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Just joined group. Here are my top 5 movies
He really was an icon. A sweet soul and oh so funny! The movies he made with Richard Pryor, lol.
He will be sorely missed.
Rest in peace, Gene Wilder.
A theater in town is showing "Rear Window" this week. I've seen twice at the theater and would love to see it again, but am going out of town. It's always good to see Grace Kelly on the big screen.
Sadly, another great one has passed away.
George Kennedy, 91, died Sunday morning due to "old age and some health issues". Read more here.
One of his better known roles from Cool Hand Luke. Personally, I loved him best in Earthquake and Naked Gun.
May he rest in peace.
Abe Vigoda passed away this morning. He was 94.
I remember him as Fish on Barney Miller. That was a great show. And he was great on it. I vaguely recall posting a conversation between him and his wife several years ago that was very funny. Anyway...
Rest in peace, sweet Fish.
Has anyone seen this film? I really enjoyed it:
I'm sure it's been mentioned in the past, however I'm fairly new to the community. I heard on radio this morn about the lack of real tough guy actors in hollywood today. Just thining bout it some of the past actors like charles bronson, who not only looked tough n strong (before being ripped and strong was essential in action actors he was at the fore front eg look at clips of run of the arrow). He was the real deal with his background. There were other too ie. Lee Marvin Audey murphy (sp?), bruce lee, chuck norris. Who do you think are the modern day versions (if any) who have all show and go (instead of all show and no go)?
Just watched this pre-code gem. Baby Face is a great 1933 drama about a woman who sleeps her way up the ladder. Pretty interesting stuff for its time. Here's a clip:
Just watched Wife vs. Secretary with Clark Gable, Myrna Loy and Jean Harlow. Great film!
have fun Chip the Trylon is a fun place been wanting to find time to get back there
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