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   Susannah posted on Movies & Reviews  What film made Harvard University decide never again allow a movie to be made on its campus?
November 19 at 10:06 EST .

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   StormCnter  It's not "The Graduate" because that one was filmed at USouthernCal, I think.
November 19 at 11:34 EST .

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   MeiDei  Goodwill Hunting?
November 19 at 11:57 EST .

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   Susannah  Nope. It was "Love Story."
November 19 at 12:04 EST .

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   StormCnter  What was it that upset Harvard?
November 19 at 12:06 EST .

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   Susannah  The film company really trashed the campus. They killed trees putting down the fake snow.

Harvard did allow "With Honors" to be filmed in part on the campus in 1994, but that was an exception. "The Social Network," the flick about Zuckerberg, was filmed on the Phillips Academy campus in Andover, Ma.

Film and tv companies can be pretty destructive.
November 19 at 12:28 EST .

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   Susannah posted on Movies & Reviews  Deadly Poison and Elderly Openwork Fabric.
November 17 at 20:37 EST .

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   Iacta alea est  Arsenic & Old Lace
November 17 at 20:57 EST .

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   Susannah posted on Movies & Reviews  What legendary Hollywood hunk was born R. Harold Scherer, Jr?
November 13 at 14:27 EST .

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   StormCnter  Rock Hudson. His first name was Roy. Sigh. What a waste.
November 13 at 17:30 EST .

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   Susannah posted on Movies & Reviews  Actor William Mapother has an ultra-famous actor cousin. Who's that?
November 13 at 13:33 EST .

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   StormCnter  Tom Cruise, I believe.
November 14 at 05:53 EST .

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   Susannah posted on Movies & Reviews  What 1940s sex symbol, who died relatively young and in obscurity, once said: "I never did cheesecake. I just used my hair."
November 13 at 12:59 EST .

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   StormCnter  Veronica Lake, I think.
November 13 at 17:41 EST .

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   Susannah posted on Movies & Reviews  What famous movie and television director was the first to describe actors as cattle?
November 12 at 18:55 EST .

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   StormCnter  Alfred Hitchcock, I think.
November 13 at 09:45 EST .

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   Susannah  Yep.
November 13 at 10:22 EST .

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   Susannah posted on Movies & Reviews  Joanne Woodward and George C. Scott starred in a 1971 cult movie. What was it?
November 11 at 17:43 EST .

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   StormCnter  "They Might be Giants".
November 12 at 05:57 EST .

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   Susannah  A tip of the deerstalker to you.
November 12 at 12:47 EST .

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   Susannah posted on Movies & Reviews  What famous actress and southern belle (she prided herself on it ) said: "I read Shakespeare and the Bible, and I can shoot dice. That's what I call a liberal education."
November 11 at 17:19 EST .

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   Susannah  Another of her famous quotes was: "I can say 'sh8t,' darling, I'm a lady."
November 11 at 17:40 EST .

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   Susannah  It was Tallulah Bankhead.
November 12 at 12:47 EST .

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   Susannah posted on Movies & Reviews  What very famous role in what very, very famous movie were Ryan O'Neal, Robert Redford, and Dustin Hoffman considered for, but--happily in my view--rejected.
November 10 at 17:31 EST .

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   StormCnter  Perhaps Michael Corleone?
November 11 at 09:28 EST .

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   Susannah  Yep. Can you see Robert Redford playing this part? Neither can I.
November 11 at 11:41 EST .

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   Susannah posted on Movies & Reviews  What very famous humorist hated, absolutely HATED, the 1947 adaption of his most famous short story?
November 10 at 11:09 EST .

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   Richdet  James Thurber, "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty," which starred Danny Kaye.
November 10 at 16:31 EST .

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   Susannah  You got it, Rich. Apparently Thurber stalked out of the theater after the premiere and said, with heavy sarcasm, "Did anyone happen to catch the name of this movie?"
November 10 at 17:20 EST .

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