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Tom Hanks and John Candy in Splash  Animated GIF

Carrie  Animated GIF

 

 

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Really bad volleyball movie -- SPIKER (hilarious with Rifftrax)

FREAKY FRIDAY -- Lindsey Lohan plays volleyball in PE

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Love Story (1970) - Ryan O'Neal plays squash with his buddy at Hemmingway. 

Saved By the Bell (1989-1993) - Tiffani Thiessen and the rest of the group play volleyball for the Malibu Sands Beach Club.

Beverly Hills, 90210 (1990-2000) Ian Ziering plays volleyball at the Beverly Hills Beach Club during seasons 2 and 3. Luke Perry also plays during opening credits for summer episodes.

The King of Queens (1998-2007) Kevin James and Victor Williams play racquetball in a season 6 episode. 

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one thousand five hundred ninety-eighth category

Characters don’t act their age

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CHARLEY’S AUNT (1941) Jack Benny dresses up as an old lady.

THE MAJOR AND THE MINOR (1942) Ginger Rogers poses as a young girl.

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Jezebel (1938) and Gone With the Wind (1939) Bette Davis' Julie and Vivien Leigh's Scarlett are both head strong and brave no doubt. But both act very childish and petty at times during their films. *Side note, love both of these films, the characters and actresses. But I have to call a spade, a spade. 

Miracle on 34th St (1947) Natalie Wood's Susan Walker, who is a child acts like a cynical adult. 

Sex and the Single Girl (1964) Tony Curtis acts as Henry Fonda, an older married man to receive therapy for an article he is writing. 

 

 

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Bugsy Malone (1976) kid gangsters

Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953) Henry Spofford III

Taxi Driver (1976). Jodie Foster

Mrs. Doubtfire ( 1993) Robin Williams

The Unholy Three (1930)  Lon Chaney dresses as an old lady

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14 minutes ago, GGGGerald said:

Monkey Business (1952)

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Such an excellent example. I love that scene!

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15 minutes ago, LonesomePolecat said:

I was thinking of ALL ABOUT EVE -- Margo turning 40 but still playing 24 year old characters

This happens with Ginger Rogers' character in FOREVER FEMALE (1953). She must be convinced to step aside and let a young new hopeful do the role in her place.

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1 minute ago, TopBilled said:

This happens with Ginger Rogers' character in FOREVER FEMALE (1953). She must be convinced to step aside and let a young new hopeful do the role in her place.

That reminds me of the I LOVE LUCY called "The Passports"  where Lucy needs her old babysitter to witness Lucy's age because she lost her birth certificate , but the old babysitter won't admit she's over 29.

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one thousand five hundred ninety-ninth category

Associated with Paramount Pictures

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Betty Hutton
Bob Hope
Veronica Lake
Cecil B. DeMille

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Rudolph Valentino!! (he is one of the original Paramount stars, and one of those stars on the logo represents him)

Maurice Chevalier!!

Gary Cooper 😉

Bing Crosby 😉

Olivia De Havilland 😍

Cary Grant 😍😍

Charlton Heston 😍

Audrey Hepburn 😍

Alan Ladd 😍

Randolph Scott 😍

 

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Clara Bow was Paramount's It girl  Animated GIF

writer/director/producer Preston Sturges  )Related image

when Jerry Lewis went it alone, he went to Paramount (6 films in the early 60s.) including The Errand Boy  Animated GIF

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Mae West

The Marx Brothers

Jean Arthur

Elvis Presley

Marlene Dietrich

Alfred Hitchcock

Tom Cruise

Tom Hanks

Harrison Ford

Steven Speilberg

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23 minutes ago, Peebs said:

Mae West

The Marx Brothers

Jean Arthur

Elvis Presley

Marlene Dietrich

Alfred Hitchcock

Tom Cruise

Tom Hanks

Harrison Ford

Steven Speilberg

Thanks for mentioning more recent examples.

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one thousand six hundredth category

True / false

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TRUE CONFESSION (1937)
TRUE ROMANCE (1993)
TAKE ONE FALSE STEP (1949)
ONE FALSE MOVE (1992)

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Madonna: Truth or Dare (1991)

The False Madonna (1931)

False Pretenses (1935)

Take One False Step (1949)

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False Colors (1943)

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This topic also reminded me of the old tv game show "The Liar's Club"

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1 hour ago, Peebs said:

 

This topic also reminded me of the old tv game show "The Liar's Club"

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And how about the television game show To Tell the Truth.

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On 1/27/2020 at 9:57 AM, shutoo said:

 

 

when Jerry Lewis went it alone, he went to Paramount (6 films in the early 60s.) including The Errand Boy  Animated GIF

The guy to the left of Jerry Lewis reminds me of Alex Moffat of SNL fame. Anyone know who he is?

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53 minutes ago, Marianne said:

The guy to the left of Jerry Lewis reminds me of Alex Moffat of SNL fame. Anyone know who he is?

Bill Richmond---? pretty sure...he was also a writer, worked a lot with Lewis, according to his NYT obit...and they use this scene as pic

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