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Movies & Reviews



   StormCnter  Under the hat, he is...?
   6 hours ago .



   Gram77  Oh great......profiles make me nuts and now I have to deal with a hat????
6 hours ago .


   Safetydude  Martin Balsam.
I think his best two parts were 'COL Cathcart' in "Catch-22" and 'Juror #1' in "12 Angry Men".
5 hours ago .




   StormCnter  These two little sisters grew up to be famous. Who are they?
   9 hours ago .



   HopeandGlory  Olivia D'Havilland and Joan Fontaine?
7 hours ago .


   StormCnter  Sounds logical, but not Olivia and Joan.
6 hours ago .


   MeiDei  Joan & Constance Bennett?
6 hours ago .


   Mike PHX  George and Lee Liberace?
2 hours ago .




   StormCnter  This quiz is slightly different. For each hint, enter a 4-letter word. The last letter of this word will be the first letter of the next word.

1.Notable body part of Pinocchio
2."Ghostbusters" goo: ____plasm
3.Shrek's species
4.First name of Stone, Watson, or Roberts
5.Band featured on the "Mamma Mia!"
soundtrack
6.Illness featured in the movie "Philadelphia"
7.Simba's evil uncle
8.Type of slippers worn by Dorothy
9.Green and old, he is
10.Alda or Arkin
9 hours ago .



   Calvinesq  1. Nose
4. Emma
6. AIDS
8. Ruby
9. Yoda
10. Alan
8 hours ago .


   Calvinesq  5. ABBA (I spelled it backwards just for fun )
8 hours ago .

 1 person like this.



   MeiDei  2 = eco
7 hours ago .


   HopeandGlory  3. Ogre
7 hours ago .


   Safetydude  The other Swedish ABBA(spelled correctly.

The Cod Roe caviar paste is a staple in our house.

http://www.orklafoods.se/english/Our-bra
nds/Abba
4 hours ago .




   MeiDei  Remember this fellow?
   10 hours ago .



   GO3  Monte Markham.
3 hours ago .


   MeiDei  Exactly right.
About an hour ago .




   MeiDei  2007 action/comedy movie. Name the movie & stars:

"East meets West again [ 3rd time] when the assassination of Ambassador Han leads to the reunion of Lee and Carter.. In Paris, the pair must stay one step ahead of Chinese gangsters, and Lee's childhood friend (Hiroyuki Sanada ), as they track down an envelope containing the identity of a powerful crime lord".

   14 hours ago .




   Mike PHX  Name the solid gold classic line that ends this...
I don't like no one touchin my stuff. So just keep your meat hooks off. If I catch any of you guys in my stuff...I'll kill ya.
And I don't like nobody touchin me. Any of you homos touch me...I'll kill ya.
   15 hours ago .



   GO3  Geez, you're killing me! It's right there but I just can't remember. Thanks for the day long distraction.
13 hours ago .


   StormCnter  And if I catch you in the shower...
6 hours ago .


   Safetydude  "Stripes". I don't remember who...
4 hours ago .


   Mike PHX  Stripes is the correct movie and these lines were by Psycho, AKA Francis. The line I was looking for was from Sgt Hulka, "Lighten up, Francis"
2 hours ago .




   StormCnter  This is a custom trailer produced by a fan. Apparently, the original trailer for "Come Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean" no longer exists. Sandy Dennis, Karen Black, Cher.




18 hours ago .



   StormCnter  also Kathy Bates
18 hours ago .




   MeiDei  Another movie quote looking for a tile:

"once heard a wise man say: There are no perfect men, only perfect intentions"
Yesterday at 16:55 EST .



   MeiDei  that's 'title' not tile ... jeez
Yesterday at 19:10 EST .


   MeiDei  "Robin Hood - Prince of Thieves"
10 hours ago .




   StormCnter  I stumbled across a sad and intriguing story while I was looking for something to post. Remember Paula Prentiss and her husband, Dick Benjamin? Anyone remember Paula's younger sister, Ann? She had a fairly successful film and television career but went haywire in some way and ended up in prison for terrorizing her family. She was convicted of making terrorist threats, assault with a firearm, battery, and solicitation to commit the murder of her brother-in-law Richard Benjamin and her father. She was sentenced to 19 years in jail for the crimes. She died in prison.
   Yesterday at 14:13 EST .



   Gram77  I never knew Paula has a sister. This story is truly sad.
Yesterday at 16:45 EST .

 1 person like this.





   MeiDei  For your viewing pleasure from the 1950's, the NYT review was snarky:
Desert Legion 1953 Alan Ladd, Richard Conte, Arlene Dahl



Yesterday at 11:28 EST .



   Tulsa  Alan Ladd looks like my Daddy. Daddy is better looking ; )
Yesterday at 12:01 EST .


   StormCnter  I wonder if Ladd had to stand on a box again for his scenes with Dahl. She was fairly tall.
Yesterday at 12:47 EST .


   Tulsa  Searched and found this:Humphrey Bogart was 5'8" but he was concerned that audiences would notice that he was smaller than Ingrid Bergman, his co-star in Casablanca. In some scenes, Bergman was told to slouch down on a sofa – with Bogart sitting on extra cushions – to level up their heights.

The Forties film noir star Actor Alan Ladd (5'6" ), who was born on September 3, 1913, in Hot Springs, Arkansas, would sometimes stand on a box to appear taller than his female co-stars. Other tricks of the trade were to make actresses wear ballerina shoes in scenes next to short actors and tall leading ladies would sometimes stand in specially dug trenches to make them appear shorter on film. Studios would also build different sets and film short actors in the sets that made them appear taller – using shorter door frames for example.
Yesterday at 17:53 EST .


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