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   StormCnter posted on Movies & Reviews  He made a career with his eerie, immobile eye, which was caused by a fight with another kid at age 12. It happened during a Boy Scout meeting when another boy took a pencil, threw it, and it jabbed his eyeball. Who was he?
14 hours ago .



   Gram77  Maybe Jack Elam?
12 hours ago .




   StormCnter posted on Movies & Reviews  From its nine Academy Award nominations, how many Oscars did The King and I (1956 ) win?
One
Three
Five
Seven
14 hours ago .




   StormCnter posted on Movies & Reviews  1992 movie speech quote: "...No, I'm just gettin' warmed up. I don't know who went to this place - William Howard Taft, William Jennings Bryan, William Tell, whoever. Their spirit is dead, if they ever had one. It's gone. You're buildin' a rat ship here. A vessel for sea-goin' snitches. And if you think you're preparin' these minnows for manhood, you better think again..."
14 hours ago .

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   StormCnter posted on Movies & Reviews  You know the film, you know the guys, but who is the happy woman in front?
   18 hours ago .

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   MeiDei  This picture reminds me of Ferguson .... : (
18 hours ago .


   StormCnter  It's "The Blues Brothers", of course, and that is Aretha joining in the locomotion.
13 hours ago .


   MeiDei  Aretha Franklin of "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face" ? Never would have guessed that!
13 hours ago .


   Safetydude  Mei...

Aretha may have covered "The First Time,etc..." but maybe you're thinking about Roberta Flack?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vM4glPis
Jo4
7 hours ago .


   MeiDei  Mei is operating out of the zone last week & this ... yes, of course, it's Roberta Flack, no one can sing it as well. The song, for the most part, had special meaning at one time ... VN cancelled that; a memory long stored. Thanks for the link.
6 hours ago .


   Safetydude  Mei...,
I don't believe anyone in love or that has ever been in love could listen to that song without it having a special meaning.
I'm sorry for your loss but the music goes on.
Never let go of your memories...
6 hours ago .


   Safetydude  This is my heartbreaker.
We all lived for the letter.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cKMfozWm
fX4
5 hours ago .




   StormCnter posted on Movies & Reviews  Good morning, everyone. It's Monday and the day's a wasting. Come on in for a cup of coffee and a brain teaser or two.
22 hours ago .

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   StormCnter posted on Movies & Reviews  On to the younger generation of stars. Who are these?
   22 hours ago .

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   MeiDei  He's Daniel Ratcliffe of Harry Potter fame.
20 hours ago .


   Richdet  That's Kristen Stewart, leading poor Harry into the "Twilight" populated by her discarded vampires, werewolves, and married film directors. She just won the French equivalent of the Oscar, so after a lot of damaging publicity Kristen is heading into her "second act" for sure.
19 hours ago .


   StormCnter  Mei and Rich are correct, but my question is what is she doing with her hand behind her back? Scratching? Holding the zipper in place? Checking for an exposed tag?

Mei and Rich are awarded passes to be seat-fillers for next year's Oscars. Wear running shoes.
18 hours ago .




   StormCnter posted on Movies & Reviews  This picture makes me smile, because it is so appropriate to the title of the film it's from. You know the actors. What is the film?
   22 hours ago .

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   MeiDei  I can think of 1/2 dozen titles - but I'll behave myself & post a quiz instead - busy day, no energy : )
21 hours ago .


   StormCnter  Mei, the title of this movie, I kid you not, is "The Big Hangover".
19 hours ago .


   MeiDei  Well, that proves it: we're two saucy ladies, but otherwise harmless! : )
19 hours ago .




   StormCnter posted on Movies & Reviews  1895-1966: He was given his nickname by Harry Houdini, after he tumbled down a flight of stairs at age 6 months and was unharmed. Houdini, along with W.C. Fields, Bill Robinson ("Bojangles" ), Eddie Cantor and Al Jolson shared headlines with the baby's family act, which included the child, his mother and his father. Their act, one of the most dangerous in vaudeville, was about how to discipline a prankster child. The little one was thrown all over the stage and even into the audience. No matter what the stunt, he remained stoic, thus the nickname. By age 21, his father was so alcoholic the stunts became too dangerous to perform and the act dissolved.
Who did he grow up to be?
22 hours ago .

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   StormCnter  Buster Keaton. His birth name was Joseph Frank Keaton.
17 hours ago .




   StormCnter posted on Movies & Reviews  For those of you who have seen "Unbroken", or if you have read the book, here is a video interview with Louis Zaperini. It includes photos and video clips from his life.
http://youtu.be/wyhFPqRZE9c
22 hours ago .

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   StormCnter posted on Movies & Reviews  1992 movie speech quote: "No. You stay alive. If they don't kill you, they'll take you north, .... Submit, do you hear? You're strong, you survive. You stay alive, no matter what occurs! I will find you. No matter how long it takes, no matter how far, I will find you!"
22 hours ago .

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   Gram77  This could be from the movie The Last of the Mohicans. Totally a guess because it's been years since I've seen that movie.
22 hours ago .


   MeiDei  Agree - Daniel Day-Lewis to Madeline Stowe, in the cave behind the waterfall.
21 hours ago .


   StormCnter  Gram and Mei are right. We've given away kayak paddles, but canoe paddles? If neither of you have one, a trusty paddle is on its way.
21 hours ago .


   MeiDei  First read the book in grammar chool, then again after seeing this movie because it seemed so different - this is one where I like the movie more than the book. I thank you for the paddle, it seems I'm in need of one...and someone to paddle for me.
17 hours ago .


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