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21 minutes ago, shutoo said:

Van Heflin finds the Kid Glove Killer using new (for '42) forensic science techniques     Kid Glove Killer (1942) / AvaxHome

MGM revisited the forensic science stuff a bit later in MYSTERY STREET (1950).

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one thousand six hundred seventieth category

Singing in the church choir

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ONE FOOT IN HEAVEN (1941)
THE PREACHER’S WIFE (1996)
Amen

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28 minutes ago, Princess of Tap said:

Meryl Streep has an accent?

Yesterday's category was not stars who have accents, but stars known for accents. And Streep is known for using many different accents in the roles she plays. :) 

Another one is J. Carrol Naish. He employs different accents in his various ethnic roles.

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one thousand six hundred seventy-first category

On an escalator

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AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON (1981)
RAIN MAN (1988)
ELF (2003)

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No Way Out (1987): Kevin Costner uses an escalator in a mall to get to Iman working in an upscale shop before two hit men find her; she has to go into hiding to save her life.

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