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   StormCnter posted on Movies & Reviews  Samson brings down the temple. This is from "The Bible" miniseries and is a better enactment than the Victor Mature movie version. Click on full screen to see it best.
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   StormCnter posted on Movies & Reviews  Blessed Sunday morning to you all. Maybe there's time to visit before church.
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   StormCnter posted on Movies & Reviews  1981 film: From the sight of a police officer this movie depicts the life in one of New York's most infamous precincts. The officers have a nickname for their police station, which really seems like an outpost in enemy's country. The story follows officer Murphy, who seems to be a tough cynic, but in truth he's a moralist with a sense for justice.
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   StormCnter posted on Movies & Reviews  Who is he?
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   StormCnter posted on Movies & Reviews  Who is she?
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   StormCnter posted on Movies & Reviews  1987 film speech: "When I close my eyes, I see you again and again. Your eyes, your face. The way you walk. And your style. Your wit. And your nose, Charlie...I went inside and I thought what it was about Chris that attracted me. It wasn't the way he looked. Well, that's not true - at first it was the way he looked. But it was how he made me feel. He made me feel romantic, intelligent, feminine. But it wasn't him doing that to me. It was you. All these other men, Charlie, they've got flat, featureless faces. No character! No fire! No nose! Charlie - you have a big nose. You have a beautiful, great big, flesh-and-bone nose! I love your nose! I love your nose, Charlie. I love you, Charlie. Well?"
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   StormCnter posted on Movies & Reviews  In the comedy-drama Love With the Proper Stranger (1963 ), New Yorker salesgirl Angie Rossini (Natalie Wood ) worked in what department store?
Lord & Taylor
Saks Fifth Avenue
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   StormCnter posted on Movies & Reviews  Whose career was launched with an appearance in The Lion in Winter (1968 )?
Richard Burton
Katharine Hepburn
Anthony Hopkins
Peter O'Toole
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   StormCnter posted on Movies & Reviews  1960 film. Good movie, good book.

In the beginning, Captain Wade Hunnicutt , the wealthiest and most powerful person in his East Texas town, is wounded by a jealous husband. Wade is a notorious womanizer, who lives with his beautiful wife Hannah who scorns him. She has raised their son Theron to be dependent upon her, but as he reaches adulthood Theron seeks his father’s help in becoming a man.

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   MeiDei  Robert Mitchum seated. I saw this one but don't remember the title or anyone else in it... was the wife a blonde?
17 hours ago .

   Gram77  That is Hamilton with his back to us, also Peppard, Parker, and Patten. The move is Home From The Hill.
15 hours ago .

   StormCnter  Yes on all counts. Whatever happened to Luana Patten? I'll have to do a bit of research. Mei and Gram are invited to dinner at the plantation. The entree is son-of-a-gun stew, Eleanor Parker's specialty.
3 hours ago .

   StormCnter posted on Movies & Reviews  1975 film: A biplane pilot who had missed flying in WWI takes up barnstorming and later a movie career in his quest for the glory he had missed, eventually getting a chance to prove himself in a film depicting the dogfights in the Great War.
   21 hours ago .

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   MeiDei  Is that a young Susan Sarandon?
19 hours ago .

   Richdet  The male star was Robert Redford, and that is definitely SS. I can't think of the title. It was something like "The Amazing Robert Redford" or might as well have been. He had recently been "The Great Gatsby." Let's say he was "The Amazing Joe Blow" in this one. RR was never one to hide his light under a bushel, so these titles suited him.
19 hours ago .

   StormCnter  The title is "The Great Waldo Pepper" and did, indeed, feature Robert Redford at his dashing best. Susan Sarandon is a wing-walker in the movie. Mei wins the white silk scarf, Rich gets the goggled-helmet.
18 hours ago .

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