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Hyde Park Corner (1935)

Hyde Park on the Hudson (2012)

Mansfield Park (1999) 

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Just now, LonesomePolecat said:

Or the Adult version, WESTWORLD

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I still haven't seen this one.

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30 minutes ago, TopBilled said:

I still haven't seen this one.

I finally did quite recently, and thought it was a fun thrill, though it really is Jurassic Park -- state of the art theme park starts to kill people, but with Yul Brynner as the T-Rex :) The scariest part of the whole movie to me was that James Brolin looks like Christian Bale... but they're not related!!!!!!  AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!!!

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Another theme park in a movie -- Disneyland was featured heavily in Tony Curtis' Little Miss Marker remake 40 POUNDS OF TROUBLE:

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The full credits only appear at the end

AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS (1956)
THE VIKINGS (1958)
WEST SIDE STORY (1961)

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Woodstock --actually starts with a man named Sidney talking, then 'farmland' scenes...Animated GIF

 

The Magnificent Ambersons no title or credits, just Orson  Welles narration about family  Animated GIF

one of my favorite openings...Manhattan , no title, no credits                 Animated GIF

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How about The List of Adrian Messenger (good movie and wish they would show it)?  I'm not sure if Bruce Willis is listed in the opening credits of Nobody's Fool.  Nowadays, to see the complete cast and everyone else who worked on the film, you have to stay in your seat for at least five minutes (and, after the credits in Black Panther, you got a sort of coming attraction).  I remember sitting through the end of Goodfellas because I love the Kick-Butt version of Layla.

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2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)

A Clockwork Orange (1971)

Ex Machina (2015)

The Exorcist (1973)

 

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one thousand seven hundred thirty-sixth category

Notable age gap between the two lead characters

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HAROLD AND MAUDE (1971)
HARRY AND TONTO (1974)
CAMILLA (1994)

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Tea and Sympathy

40 Carats

Notes on a Scandal

Bernie

Baby Doll

Manhattan

Limelight

The Band Wagon

Sunset Blvd.  Animated GIF

Susan Slept Here  Animated GIF

 

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Love in the Afternoon (1957)

Sabrina (1954)

Daddy Long Legs (1955)

Paper Moon (1973)

The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane (1976)

To Have and Have Not (1944)

Autumn Leaves (1956)

In His Own Words | The Official Website of Cliff Robertson

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On 6/11/2020 at 6:44 AM, TopBilled said:

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one thousand seven hundred thirty-fifth category

The full credits only appear at the end

AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS (1956)
THE VIKINGS (1958)
WEST SIDE STORY (1961)

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The LORD OF THE RINGS trilogy

STAR WARS (stay for John Williams' great score!)

 

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7 hours ago, TopBilled said:

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one thousand seven hundred thirty-sixth category

Notable age gap between the two lead characters

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MIRACLE ON 34TH STREET

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Personally, I like Sabrina.  Love in the Afternoon is a stretch.  Bogey and Bacall carried over to real life.

Some movies have age differences that were meant to be shown (for example, Sweet Bird of Youth or Breakfast at Tiffany's - males in both cases were highly paid prostitutes).

Bette Davis is older than Gary Merill (sp?) in All About Eve but it is written into the script.

Bill Robinson and Shirley Temple (he could only dance with a little girl?).  Also, Rex Harrison is older than Audrey Hepburn.  

 

As an example of what Goldie Hawn says in character about Sean Connery in First Wives Club, Sean Connery is Monique's girlfriend.

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1 hour ago, chaya bat woof woof said:

Some movies have age differences that were meant to be shown

Exactly. This is why I included Harry and Tonto as an example. Obviously the cat is quite a few years younger than the old man. Not only do we have a considerable age gap, but they are two different species having this "relationship" cross country.

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The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone (1961)

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Blame It on Rio (1984)

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My Tutor (1983)

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THE BACHELOR AND THE BOBBY SOXER

CHARADE

and any movie where the main character is a baby such as:

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BACHELOR MOTHER

BUNDLE OF JOY

THE 3 GODFATHERS

WILLOW

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3 hours ago, Peebs said:

Wizard of Oz (1939)

Dementia Friendly Cinema: The Wizard of Oz - Tyneside Cinema

What about the wizard? He was much older than all of them. Then there was young Toto.

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Nice answers yesterday!

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The main character is a child prodigy

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AMADEUS (1984)
SEARCHING FOR BOBBY FISCHER (1993)
MATILDA (1996)

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