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one thousand four hundred eighty-ninth category

Underwear or lingerie scenes

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Mary Peach wears panties during the opening credits of A PAIR OF BRIEFS (1962).

Tom Cruise dances in his white briefs in RISKY BUSINESS (1983).

Michael J. Fox wears Calvin Klein underwear in BACK TO THE FUTURE (1985).

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Jamie Lee Curtis in "True Lies" (1994)

Janet Leigh in "Psycho" (1960)

 

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Bridget Jones' **** dilemma  Image result for bridget jones diary panties gif

 

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and her co-star Colin Firth walked around the Savoy in his boxers in Gambit  

 

edit: omg...I just realized they deleted the word...how about panteee

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Anne Bancroft as Mrs. Robinson in "The Graduate"

Elizabeth Taylor in "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof"

 

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"Cat On A Hot Tin Roof," Elizabeth Taylor & Paul Newman.

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Sophia Loren in "Marriage Italian Style" 

Sophia Loren doing a strip tease in "Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow"

Barbara Streisand in "The Owl and the Pussycat"

The opening scene of "Lost in Translation" 

 

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The Owl and the Pussycat Poster

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Catherine Deneuve in Belle de Jour

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Natalie Wood, Dyan Cannon, Elliott Gould, and Robert Culp in Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice

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Goldie Hawn in Cactus Flower

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9 minutes ago, starliteyes said:

Barbara Stanwyck, Joan Blondell and friend in Night Nurse:

Joan Blondell and Barbara Stanwyck in Night Nurse (1931)

 

Seems like there would be a lot of examples like this from pre-code movies...

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one thousand four hundred ninetieth category

Drowning their sorrows

DROWNING BY NUMBERS (1988)
DROWNING MONA (2000)
OPHELIA (2018)

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hmmm, my first thought of 'downing their sorrows' was Elwood P. Dowd's saying '...nobody ever brings anything small into a bar' in Harvey  Image result for harvey 1950 bar

but, literally drowning their sorrows, I thought of Fredric March walking into the ocean in A Star is Born                                                                                                                                Animated GIF

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How about Geraldine Page in INTERIORS and she almost drowns her daughter Mary Beth Hurt with her.

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Nicole Kidman as Virginia Woolf in "The Hours"

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George Kennedy in "Charade"

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Nicole Kidman in "To Die For" (1995)

Alice Krige in "Ghost Story" (1981)

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Casino Royale (2006)

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The End (1978)

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8 hours ago, shutoo said:

but, literally drowning their sorrows, I thought of Fredric March walking into the ocean in A Star is Born                                                                                                                                Animated GIF

Leaving Las Vegas (1995)

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Herbert Marshall in Foreign Correspondent (Talk about spoilers!)

Figuratively:

Ray Milland in The Lost Weekend

Mickey Rourke and Faye Dunaway in Barfly

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Creative answers yesterday!

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one thousand four hundred ninety-first category

Over 70 and starring in a film

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Bette Davis was 79 when she appeared in THE WHALES OF AUGUST (1987).

Jessica Tandy was 83 when CAMILLA (1994) was made.

Clint Eastwood was 88 when THE MULE (2018) was released.

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Eli Wallach was 95 in The Ghost Writer (2010)

George Burns was 92 in Eighteen Again! (1988)

Dick Van Dyke (81), Mickey Rooney (86), and Bill Cobbs (72) as the security guards in Night at the Museum (2006)

C. Aubrey Smith was 86 in Little Women (1949)

 

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Katharine Hepburn (74) and Henry Fonda (76) in "On Golden Pond" (1981)

Clint Eastwood (82) in "Trouble with the Curve" (2012)

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Ethel Barrymore was 75 in "Young at Heart" (1954)

John Gielgud was 94 in "Elizabeth" (1998)

Maggie Smith was 85 in "Downton Abbey" (2019)

Richard Farnsworth was 79 in "The Straight Story" (1999)

Michael Caine was 84, Alan Arkin was 83, Ann-Margaret was 76, Morgan Freeman was 80 in Going in Style (2017)

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