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I saw Barbarella once at the movies when I was dating my (then future) wife. It wasn't that great a movie.  I probably would have also bought the Lassie series for my grandchildren for Christmas. And be watching it with them!


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How about:

 

KING KING

WOMEN IN LOVE

DUCK SOUP

ON THE WATERFRONT

JAWS

SOME LIKE IT HOT

THE 12 CHAIRS

THE WIZARD OF OZ

PSYCHO

ANNIE HALL

YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN

2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY

 

And a personal favorite:  El Santo vs. El Liga De Frankenstein

 

El Santo

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You've named a lot of classics, Frank.  I agree that your selection is timeless. 




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You've named a lot of classics, Frank.  I agree that your selection is timeless. 

 

I agree.  I would add Hitchcock's Rear Window.


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Looks like we have a lot of action here now....let me add:
Catch Me if  You Can to the list. This is a great true life adventure comedy and brilliantly acted by Leo.


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You've named a lot of classics, Frank. I agree that your selection is timeless


He forgot "CASABLANCA".

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And don't forget "Water Boy" with Adam Sandler.
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Looks like we have a lot of action here now....let me add:
Catch Me if  You Can to the list. This is a great true life adventure comedy and brilliantly acted by Leo.

 

Leo Gorcey?

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Nope.. 

Leonardo DiCaprio-  a great movie kind of based on "The Great Imposter" Staring Tony Curtis.

 

One of my all time favorites "La Strada" starring Fellini's wife....Giulietta Masina & Anthony Quinn.

 

The original "Swept Away" not Madonna's version but  Lina Wertmuller's starring Giancarlo Giannini, also Seven Beauties paring Wertmuller & Giannini again ( pure genius).  Not by coincidence Giancarlo Giannini's son recreated his dads role in the Guy Richie version...doesn't even come close.

 

Excellent choices if you get a chance to catch them..


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"Blackboard Jungle" Glen Ford, Sidney Poitier, Anne Francis, & Vic Morrow. MC in reverse.
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Eh, CASABLANCA always worked for me babe. Ya know what I mean?
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Bobby....What's her name was Judy Holliday ( always played the dumb blonde)

 

Andrea...Il Postino...I saw it in Italian..do you know the story of Massimo Troisi who played Mario in the film?  So very tragic.

 

 

Bitter Rice-Silvana Mangano, grandmother of  Giada De Laurentiis of The Food Network Fame

 

The Rose Tattoo-Anna Magnani & Burt Lanchester/earthy

 

More Current....The Mirror Has Two Faces

 

They Just don't make them like this any more....


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" Here's Looking At You Kid"...."Of All The Gin Joints In The World....."

 

........As Time Goes By.........


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Do you mean that he knew he was too sick to make the film but decided to do so anyway knowing that he would ruin his health for good?  If I remember, he died just before (or just after) the film was completed.  Very sad. 

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Andrea:

 

Yes,  if you remember the movie, since it was shot out of sequence, different segments he looked so very ill.  If not mistaken he passed away just at the conclusion of filming.  They needed to use a double for retakes. He was nominated for an Academy Award posthumously..I felt so terrible, unfortunately he didn't win.


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