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   StormCnter posted on Movies & Reviews  Who are they? It's too easy to name the movie, but what's the title?
   4 hours ago .



   Gram77  Of course we are looking at the 3 Musketeers with Van Heflin, Kelly and (stuck there ). TCM hardly ever plays this any more but when it was still popular I never missed a chance to watch it. Lana Turner and June Allyson also were in this.
About an hour ago .


   StormCnter  Good morning, Gram. You're correct on the title and correct on the man at the right and at the center. Musketeer #3 has been touted here on the Wall as being the best-dressed man in Hollywood in his glory years.
About a minute ago .




   StormCnter posted on Movies & Reviews  She was described in a 1963 magazine article as "the swingingest sexpot in show business." She attracted attention for her suggestive comments such as "Jayne Mansfield may turn boys into men, but I take them from there", and also commented that she was considered "too sexy in Italy" Famed more for her appearances in Italian movies, she lit up the domestic television screens with appearances on various talk shows, sometimes with her husband. Her last US film appearance was in "Twilight Zone: The Movie" in a minor role.
   4 hours ago .



   MeiDei  Did she have a career using a camera?
15 minutes ago .




   StormCnter posted on Movies & Reviews  This was a fun movie, but the book was better, in my opinion. Can you name the title and this actor?
   4 hours ago .



   Gram77  He sort of looks like Michael Douglas but I haven't the faintest for the movie.
About an hour ago .


   MeiDei  I was thinking maybe War of the Roses.
20 minutes ago .




   StormCnter posted on Movies & Reviews  Yes, he is in costume. Who is he? What was the film?
   18 hours ago .



   Gram77  He is Cedric Hardwicke and he was the big shot in The 10 Commandments until Moses showed up.
16 hours ago .


   StormCnter  He most certainly is and he most certainly was. Well done, Gram. When the Ten Commandments came to our area, it was a roadshow only and the theater was in Dallas. The boy I was dating (and married later ) was taking me to see it. Halfway through the movie, I realized it was going way past my parental curfew, so I had to call my mother to get permission to watch the rest of that epic movie and miss curfew. That was in the days when parents had curfews for teenagers.
4 hours ago .




   StormCnter posted on Movies & Reviews  Actor? Film?
   20 hours ago .



   Richdet  Alan Alda wreaking havoc for Audrey Hepburn in "Wait Until Dark." "Two for the Road" and this came out within months of each other in 1967, and were the last two movies AH made before she walked away from movies for about a decade or so. Basically going out on top, and choosing to focus more on her private life as she was turning 40. She came back playing Marian to Sean Connery's Robin in "Robin & Marian." She nearly did "The Turning Point," but for some reason that didn't happen.
19 hours ago .


   StormCnter  Who knew Alan Arkin could look so evil. Great film. Good and complete answer, Rich.
18 hours ago .




   StormCnter posted on Movies & Reviews  We've done this one before, but it's been a while. I loved this film. Actors? Title?
   20 hours ago .



   Richdet  Albert Finney & Audrey Hepburn, "Two for the Road." Story of a marriage structured as a road movie. Very inventive. Wonderful performances. Jacqueline Bisset first got attention for her supporting role in this movie.
19 hours ago .


   StormCnter  Rich is right, again. This is a really good movie and I'm a bigger fan of Albert Finney than Audrey Hepburn.
18 hours ago .




   StormCnter posted on Movies & Reviews  1948 film: Two brilliant young aesthetes, Brandon Shaw and Phillip Morgan , strangle to death their former classmate from Harvard University, David Kentley , in their Manhattan penthouse apartment. They commit the crime as an intellectual exercise; they want to prove their superiority by committing the "perfect murder".
   Yesterday at 07:07 EST .



   Safetydude  "In Cold Blood" based on the Truman Capote book.
Robert Blake and John Forsythe are the only two actors I remember.
Yesterday at 08:33 EST .


   MeiDei  I don't know Safety, the guy seated is a young (1948 ) Jimmy Stewart I believe - can't put a name to the other two or a title.
23 hours ago .


   Safetydude  My bad !!!

I had not had any coffee this morning.
After a quick google check I take back my rash answer.
23 hours ago .


   StormCnter  The plot of this film sounds as if it might have been based on, or at least inspired by the Leopold/Loeb crime and trial. I'll research it a bit further. Yes, that is Jimmy Stewart. And Safetydude did need that cup of coffee.
20 hours ago .


   StormCnter  further hint: It's a Hitchcock film.
20 hours ago .


   Richdet  Hitchcock's "Rope" with (left to right ) Farley Granger, John Dall (Morgan in "The Corn Is Green," if you remember that ), and James Stewart. Definitely worth seeing for Hitchcock's claustrophobic setting (one apartment ), use of "real time" (the events confined to a couple of hours ), and the long continuous camera takes. Disturbing even today, and well acted and full of interesting technical touches.
19 hours ago .


   StormCnter  Thank you, Rich. Wikipedia says the film is based on a 1929 play which was said to have been inspired by the Leopold and Loeb case.
18 hours ago .




   StormCnter posted on Movies & Reviews  Somehow I missed this film. I enjoy Robert Duvall. It was originally to be titled "Grace Under Fire", but that title faced a conflict. 1995 movie.




Yesterday at 06:49 EST .



   Gram77  This is a fun movie with quite a few good actors. If anyone gets a change to watch it, please do so
16 hours ago .




   StormCnter posted on Movies & Reviews  The year is 1958. The child is the son of the very young-looking actor, famed for western roles in film and on television. Got a guess?
   Yesterday at 13:56 EST .



   Gram77  Stumped by a profile.
Yesterday at 16:26 EST .


   StormCnter  Focus on the chin, Gram.
Yesterday at 17:02 EST .


   HopeandGlory  Is he James Arness?
Yesterday at 18:17 EST .


   StormCnter  Yes,he is James Arness. Nice solve, Hope.
Yesterday at 06:36 EST .




   StormCnter posted on Movies & Reviews  Opening lines, 2000 film:
"When I was lying in the V.A. hospital with a big hole blown through the middle of my life, I started having these dreams of flying. I was free. But sooner or later, you always have to wake up."
Monday at 07:31 EST .



   StormCnter  Hint: Hugely successful 3-D science fiction film.
Yesterday at 06:38 EST .


   StormCnter  The protagonist in "Avatar".
20 hours ago .


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