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        My all time every so favorite..

        LUCILLE BALL in I Love Lucy..

        I don't care how many times i have seen that crazy
        woman in that show i laugh every single time..
        My most favorite one is where she wears the fake nose trying to
        disguise herself, she lights a cigarette, and her nose catches fire!

        Another of the Classics.. were Ma and Pa Kettle..That is one
        funny couple!

        I know you all can bring back some good ol' goods!
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        Hi Imagin.

        I think my favorite all time classic movie has to be Casablanca. There is one scene in that movie that i can rewind 10x and watch it over and over.

        Bogart just saw the love of his life walk in earlier that evening in his gin joint. Having not seen her for years. When she walked in she requests a song....their song, for Sam the piano man to play.

        Bogart sitting alone in the dark now with the piano man and a bottle of booze on the table. A cigarette in one hand......a glass in the other. He says..........."of all the gin joints in all the towns....in all the world.......she walks into mine".

        Bogart tells the piano man ........."play it sam"..........Sam tells the boss he doesnt want to play it. Bogart says......"you played for her......now play it for me"

        That has to be one of the most romantic....passionate.......intense testimonials of love i have ever seen on the screen.

        ****************sigh*****************

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        You know how to whistle don't you?
        You just put your Lips together and blow.

        Weeeeeeetttt wheeeeeeeeeewwww
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        Hmmmm got a list of all time favorites... for starters...

        Second Hand Lions.
        The (what every boy should know speech put into words a mental outlook I had alway held, yet never verbalized. Sheer perfection)

        Heavy Metal 
        Rocky Horror Picture Show
        The Song Remains the Same
        Wizards

        yes all the old "Midnight Movies" both for the uniqueness of view as to the culture they inspired.

        John Waynes "The Cowboys" (Teaching boys to be Men)
        "True Grit" ("Fill your hand, you son of a bitch!")
        The Shootist ("I won't be wronged, I won't be insulted, and I won't be laid a hand on. I don't do these things to other people, and I require the same from them.")

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        The Clint Eastwood Spaghetti westerns.

        Star Wars (the first one)

        Jimmy Stewart (almost anything by him)

        Whoopi ( When she smiles for real, it is the most beautiful smile in the world)

        And thousands more that have had an impact on me.
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        i have a few fav oldies, im a movie junkie and would have listed others, liek casablanca, rebel without a cause, godfather and more one for moving the biz forward.

        one of mine old favs is: night of the living dead, by George A Romero.

        pulp fiction in 94 have to be considered a new classic, since it moved gengres and moviemaking forward.

        One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest is a clasic. with jack nicholson, who also made maby hes best roll ever in the shining, but not to forget the early biker movies.

        who who likes movies can forget about anthony perkins, who set the standard for movies liek american psycho, saw and other "horror" block busters

        silence of the lambs (even though it was the 2nd part of a serie of movies, manhunter the first) s7ven put a new standard to thriller/suspense

        i have a thing for war movies also, although i like platoon and hamburger hill, apocalypse now is my all time fav. fantastic performances of some old actors, and some young by then, legends by now.

        i could go on and on

        sorry for grammar


        -- edit --

        had to add one of my fav directors: dario argento
        in the 60s-70s italian dirctors pretty much owned the "horror" scene.
        tenebrae and deep red as 2 of my favs.
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        Jaws! When i saw it, it was already an older movie, but
        after viewing it i was scared to death to swim in the
        ocean for a long time

        But what a classic.. "we gonna a bigger boat"..


        Jimb.. The Green Berets.. good movie
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        Imagin.ation wrote:

        My all time every so favorite..

        LUCILLE BALL in I Love Lucy..

        I don't care how many times i have seen that crazy
        woman in that show i laugh every single time..
        My most favorite one is where she wears the fake nose trying to
        disguise herself, she lights a cigarette, and her nose catches fire!

        Another of the Classics.. were Ma and Pa Kettle..That is one
        funny couple!

        I know you all can bring back some good ol' goods!


        I still Love Lucy too..I watch it every night at 2:30 a.m.  I forgot all about that one with the nose..what a riot..she was a screwball, huh...vitavitavegamin!  and it taste good too!
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        LMAOOOOOOO NAL!! OMG.. That lady was a wonderful actress
        I wonder if she was really drunk!!!!
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        I had that picture of her with the bottles someone took it on me

        She really sounded like she was getting faced, huh?  It was hilarious!


        I think my all time favorite movie..probably not a classic, but old..1967, Sidney Poitier

        To Sir With Love...and I still cry at the end, every time 
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        Threes Company.. when they thought Chrissy was pregnant..
        and it was a wart!!!

        and the episode when they first met jack, walking into
        the bathroom opening the shower he is standing there
        fully dressed, and because he was in the shower out
        of instinct he does the "covering my naked body pose"
        with that face!!!!
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        The Adams family, Gilligans Island, Leave it to Beaver, The twilight zone, Happy days, Dukes of hazzard, Hawaii Five-O to name a few i just to loved to watch, would never miss an episode.
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        Gilligan..definately!!!, and Get Smart!
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        The dukes of hazzard, charlies angels, and well its not a real old classic but i always wanted a talking car when i saw this show..so knight rider was one of my favs as a youngster.

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        mondobiz wrote:

        i have a few fav oldies, im a movie junkie and would have listed others, liek casablanca, rebel without a cause, godfather and more one for moving the biz forward.

        one of mine old favs is: night of the living dead, by George A Romero.

        pulp fiction in 94 have to be considered a new classic, since it moved gengres and moviemaking forward.

        One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest is a clasic. with jack nicholson, who also made maby hes best roll ever in the shining, but not to forget the early biker movies.

        who who likes movies can forget about anthony perkins, who set the standard for movies liek american psycho, saw and other "horror" block busters

        silence of the lambs (even though it was the 2nd part of a serie of movies, manhunter the first) s7ven put a new standard to thriller/suspense

        i have a thing for war movies also, although i like platoon and hamburger hill, apocalypse now is my all time fav. fantastic performances of some old actors, and some young by then, legends by now.

        i could go on and on

        sorry for grammar


        -- edit --

        had to add one of my fav directors: dario argento
        in the 60s-70s italian dirctors pretty much owned the "horror" scene.
        tenebrae and deep red as 2 of my favs.
        Di nero in Godfather .....ooooo la la....Pacino in Godfather 2....ooooo lala!

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