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To answer this question I am recasting the female leads of DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER (1971) 

as Tiffany Case: the stunning, electric Pam Grier

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as Plenty O'Toole: the exotic and alluring Lainie Kazan 

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next: Who would you cast as James Bond if your film was made in the 1950's?

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Burt Reynolds could have played Max Schmeling.                                                                      

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Next: actor or actress with a lithp

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Just now, BunnyWhit said:

Burt Reynolds could have played Max Schmeling.                                                                      

images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQSvkHp4_h72Dad4PDXPiu       images?q=tbn:ANd9GcTMoewa_sNhVbQG6FEOlBR

Next: actor or actress with a listhp

Lissbeth Scott?

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27 minutes ago, laffite said:

george mcfarland (spanky)

next :  could have played the heavyweight champ of the world

 Next: Taking off on laffite's here, this man WAS a (light) heavyweight champ and could act too!

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On 8/5/2021 at 9:51 AM, Herman Bricks said:

next: Who would you cast as James Bond if your film was made in the 1950's?

Excuse the interruption : just wanted to comment, the above clue is thematically very interesting. This might be worthy as a thread WHO WOULD YOU CAST...

(but it won't be me who initiates it...be my guest)

Two cents.

Back to the fun, carry on!

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