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John McGiver.  I always liked his voice.  He was in classic TV shows including The Twilight Zone and the Dick Van Dyke Show.  He was had a memorable death in The Manchurian Candidate, getting shot while holding a milk carton and the milk pours out before he collapses.

Next:  Laurence Harvey or Dirk Bogarde

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6 hours ago, Det Jim McLeod said:

Shirley Jones, I would like to hear stories about husband Jack Cassidy

Next- Robert Young or Ozzie Nelson?

I've heard some really bad things about Ozzie-- end of story.

 Robert Young is an actor who never really got an opportunity to develop his full potential.

I have a lot of empathy for him and I'd like to hear his story.

Next:

Two best friends-- Sidney Poitier or Richard Widmark ( I'm going to give this one away because I wouldn't know which one to select.)

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Claudette Colbert - I always liked her, plus she just seems SO nice and sweet.

Carole Lombard is okay (she was really good in "MADE FOR EACH OTHER"), but I was just always fond of Claudette.

Next: Ann Miller

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or Gloria De Haven?

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These two "sassy" women look like they could be sisters.

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1 hour ago, SummerStars said:

Claudette Colbert - I always liked her, plus she just seems SO nice and sweet.

Carole Lombard is okay (she was really good in "MADE FOR EACH OTHER"), but I was just always fond of Claudette.

Next: Ann Miller

ann-miller-us-singer-dancer-and-actress-

or Gloria De Haven?

gloria-dehaven-in-a-publicity-photograph

These two "sassy" women look like they could be sisters.

I've met Ann Miller, so I would have to say Gloria DeHaven.

Next:

Humphrey Bogart or James Cagney?

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