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Vincent Price was in a lot of Houses: HOUSE OF WAX, HOUSE OF USHER, HOUSE ON HAUNTED HILL, HOUSE OF THE SEVEN GABLES, HOUSE OF THE LONG SHADOWS, HOUSE OF 1000 DOLLS, BLOODBATH AT THE HOUSE OF DEATH, and even on TV "The Hilarious House of Frightenstein"

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On 6/10/2020 at 12:27 PM, shutoo said:

Barefoot in the Park  Animated GIF

 

Barefoot in the Park was just on television recently and I couldn't resist watching it again. Such a good movie, perfect for curing pandemic blues!

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The Renaissance

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THE AGONY AND THE ECSTASY (1965)
WILL SHAKESPEARE (1978) British TV series.
ELIZABETH: THE GOLDEN AGE (2007)

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16 hours ago, TopBilled said:

This reminds me of a Private Screenings interview Robert Osborne did with Mickey Rooney. When they discussed these films, Mickey said (and I am paraphrasing): "We did so many Babes movies, that I'm surprised we didn't do one called BABES ON BABES."

I've seen that interview, but I don't recall that remark offhand.  There is a film called Babes on Swing Street, which sounds like another Mickey and Judy musical.  However, since this was a Universal film, the "babes" in that movie were Ann Blyth and Peggy Ryan.  Even though Mickey and Judy weren't in it, June Preisser (particularly memorable as Baby Rosalie in Babes in Arms) and Sidney Miller (probably best remembered as Moe in the Boys Town movies, but also featured in the Mickey/Judy musicals) were in this one, too. 

 

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53 minutes ago, starliteyes said:

I've seen that interview, but I don't recall that remark offhand.  There is a film called Babes on Swing Street, which sounds like another Mickey and Judy musical.  However, since this was a Universal film, the "babes" in that movie were Ann Blyth and Peggy Ryan.  Even though Mickey and Judy weren't in it, June Preisser (particularly memorable as Baby Rosalie in Babes in Arms) and Sidney Miller (probably best remembered as Moe in the Boys Town movies, but also featured in the Mickey/Judy musicals) were in this one, too. 

After I made my earlier comment, I thought about the Private Screening episode. It might have been a TCM Film Festival appearance that Mickey did instead.

I think Mickey said "we made made BABES ON BROADWAY and BABES IN ARMS..." then he paused and said "...and BABES ON BABES." He was clearly exaggerating for comic effect. Osborne and the audience had a good laugh. At any rate, he was poking fun at the repetitiousness of the titles.

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Prince of Foxes (1949)

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The Conclave (2006)

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Luther (2003)

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Cults

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THE SEVENTH VICTIM (1943)
ROSEMARY’S BABY (1968)
CHILDREN OF THE CORN (1984)

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Intro to Film @ Metro: Bowfinger- Implications

Bowfinger (1999)  MindHead

 

LEO MCKERN, ELEANOR BRON, HELP!, 1965 Stock Photo: 356145258 - Alamy

Help! (1965)

The Devil Rides Out (1968) 

The Master (2012) the Cause

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (2019) the Manson family 

 

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Martha Marcy May Marlene  Animated GIF

Jonestown: the Life and Death of Peoples Temple (PBS documentary)                                                                Animated GIF

 

Mr. Monk Joins a Cult  Animated GIF

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Christopher Lee devil worship cult in HORROR HOTEL, aka CITY OF THE DEAD

The surviving humans become a cult in two dystopian movies --BENEATH THE PLANET OF THE APES and THE OMEGA MAN

(There's a political joke in here somewhere...)

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Made in New Zealand

SYLVIA (1985)
AN ANGEL AT MY TABLE (1990)
WEST OF EDEN (2017)

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How about two television shows?

The Brokenwood Mysteries

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Whale Rider (2002)

Lord of the Rings (2001) 

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2 hours ago, Peebs said:

Whale Rider (2002)

 

Whale Rider is  a great movie, at least, that's how I remember it. I saw it in the theater back in the day. I should see it again, in fact.

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Race for the Yankee Zephyr (1981)

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Second Time Lucky (1984)

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LAND OF FURY (aka THE SEEKERS) is a British film that according to Wikipedia was the first big studio movie shot in New Zealand, as you can see by the poster:

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REWI'S LAST STAND was made in New Zealand by New Zealanders

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Impressed with all the unique examples of New Zealand cinema yesterday!

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Jockeys

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NATIONAL VELVET (1944) Mickey Rooney.
THE STORY OF SEABISCUIT (1949) Lon McCallister.
FAST COMPANY (1953) Howard Keel.

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The Ex Mrs. Bradford

Charlie Chan at the Race Track

Going Places  Достижение успеха (Going Places, 1938), актеры - Кино Mail.ru

Harpo's the jockey in A Day at the Races  Animated GIF

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Mickey Rooney and Ronald Sinclair were the jockeys in Thoroughbreds Don't Cry.  Judy Garland was just along for the ride - and to sing a song or two of course.

Judy Garland, Mickey Rooney, and Ronald Sinclair in Thoroughbreds Don't Cry (1937)

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5 hours ago, TopBilled said:

 

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NATIONAL VELVET (1944) Mickey Rooney.
 

Also Mickey on the TWILIGHT ZONE

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I think Mickey Rooney also played a jockey in STABLEMATES (1938).

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The other SEABISCUIT movie

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The Mole in THE GREAT ESCAPE said back in Scotland he was a professional jockey

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Even MARY POPPINS for a moment

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Also:

SARATOGA

LITTLE MISS THOROUGHBRED

BUSH CHRISTMAS

THE ROCKING HORSE WINNER

UNDER MY SKIN

BROADWAY BILL

MONEY FROM  HOME

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