Old Movie Stars

Discussion in 'Movie Stars' started by flowerchild23-91, Aug 19, 2007.

  1. mizanthrope

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    vincent price!
     
  2. KingWOaCrown

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    marlon brando
     
  3. RoseW

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    James Dean. Best ever.
     
  4. lunarverse

    lunarverse The Living End

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    Vincent Price

    Bela Lugosi

    Marlon Brando

    Paul Newman
     
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    heddy lamar
     
  6. SamanthaHazelEyes

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    Greta Garbo
    Vivien Leigh
    Marlene Dietrich
    Vivien Leigh
    Bette Davis
    Katharine Hepburn
    Rosalind Russell
    Carole Lombard
    Jean Arthur

    Cary Grant
    Clark Gable
    Charlie Chaplin
    William Powell
     
  7. QueerPoet

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    Frances Farmer. Her two best films are: COME AND GET IT and SON OF FURY. Kurt Cobain wrote a song about her.

    --QP
     
  8. scratcho

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    Nice choices.Who was the female star in "The Snake Pit"?Damn ,she was beautiful.She might still be alive in Texas.---------Gary Cooper,Wallace Beery,Ethyl Barrymore(and her brother--*the bad banker in It's a wonderful life).Robert Ryan and others whose names elude me.
     
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    yellowcab Fresh baked

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    Jimmy Stewart/Bettie Davis
     
  10. QueerPoet

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    Robert Ryan was a really cool actor. He usually played the bad guy, but was a cool dude in real life. :cheers2:

    --QP
     
  11. scratcho

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    Oh,I forgot=Robert Mitchum.Got busted in 1949 for weed,didn't give a shit and carried on with his career.
     
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    James Stewart and Cary Grant. They were Hitchcock's favorites. Grace Kelly. She too was Hitchcock's favorite. Other favorites: Burt Lancaster and William Holden, Audrey Hepburn and Eva Marie Saint.
     
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    James Stewart
    Humphrey Bogart
    John Wayne
    Vincent Price (not just a great Horror star, but a great actor, period. I highly recommend The Baron Of Arizona, if you have not had the pleasure of seeing it.)
    Cary Grant
    William Powell
    James Cagney

    (Will add women later.)
     
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    Angelmama Angel Lifetime Supporter

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  16. wilsjane

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    His daughter, Jane, never quite lived up to his reputation. She worked well with Fred Zinnemann on Julia, but was a bit of a lame duck when she stared alongside her father in Golden Pond.
    His grandson, Troy also played the part of Billy Ray (as a child) in Golden Pond, but was not credited, we believe at his mothers request.
     
  17. Bilby

    Bilby Lifetime Supporter and Freerangertarian Super Moderator

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    Did you ever see Klute?
     
  18. wilsjane

    wilsjane Senior Member

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    Unfortunately not.
    Working in film production, going to the cinema on my rare days off was too much of a bus-mans holiday. :yum::yum::yum:
     
  19. Bilby

    Bilby Lifetime Supporter and Freerangertarian Super Moderator

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    If you ever see going cheap on DVD I would recommend you grab it. Not every film an actor participates is going to be a classic. Some films s/he will shine in, others get to be forgotten about. On Golden Pond was Peter and Jane Fondas' lives being played out on the screen. Sometimes two people just don't connect even if they have much in common. One of life's mysteries.
     
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  20. wilsjane

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    Did you enjoy Julia.? It was one of the first films that I worked on. However most of my work was with Fred Zinnemann, post production, on the final edit, grading and sound.
    He was quite a character and would not think twice about calling me at 2'am in the morning. It was the day before the Cannes film festival and he was getting in a flap, so I did not mind too much. In this case it was on The Day of the Jackal.
     

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