Love old movies....can't resist actors/actresses....challenge me!

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      These are actresses and actors I usually can't resist.
      Thelma Ritter...Pickup on South street,Pillow talk,A hole in the head,How the west was won,Rear window, A letter to 3 wives,The mating season
      Glen Ford...Cimarron, Dearheart,Ransom
      Lucille Ball...The long long trailer,Yours mine and ours, The Big street
      Marilyn Monroe...The 7 year itch, Some like it hot, The asphalt jungle, How to marry a Millionaire,Don't bother to knock, Monkey business
      Richard Widmark...Pickup on south street, Don't bother to knock,Panic in the streets,Kiss of death (Gotta see this one!!)
      Juano Hernandez...Intruders in the dust,Young man with a horn, St.Louis Blues (An ahead of his time African american actor, actually was Puerto Rican)
      Sophia Loren...House boat,It started in Naples, etc.
      Cary Grant...Oh gawd so many, House boat, Monkey business Bringing up baby,Mister Blandings builds his dream house,Father Goose
      John Garfield...So many again
      Fred Astaire....Top hat, Daddy long legs,Shall we dance,Swingtime, Follow the fleet
      Ginger Rogers...Swingtime, Follow the fleet, Kitty Foyle,The Major and the Minor,Monkey Business,(with Cary Grant,and Marilyn Monroe)
      Leslie Caron...Lili,Daddy long legs,Gigi,An American in Paris,Father Goose
      Juanita Moore...Imitation of life,A child is waiting,Ransom, Womens prison
      Audrey Hepburn...Breakfast at Tiffanys, Sabrina,My Fair lady, Roman holiday

      Show me a pic of an actor/actress from an old movie,and chances are I will be able to name them....I will take any challenges,send a pic and see!
      I love the 3 Stooges,and Jerry Lewis,Laurel and Hardy,and Abbott and Costello
      ok so I have a "goofy" streak, but I love to laugh and they crack me up!
      Prison movies, Ida Lupino,Gene Kelly movies, I could go on and on.
      Please share your old favorites too!!
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      A very famous actor.
      • Who is it
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      Isn´t this the young James Cagney?
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      rokko wrote:

      Isn´t this the young James Cagney?


      It is indeed.  Well done rokko.  Top of the world Ma.

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      Wow, he and Buster Crabbe look more alike than I thought, Buster Crabbe was the guy who played Flash Gordon,(ok so I'm old) This was a good find Blue, this is such a young pic of Cagney he looks different.Wtg Rokko!
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      Here is a real (class) classic one:



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      The old Flash Gordon´s were reallly cool. But I remeber more the cigarette-smoke-driven spaceships than Buster Crabbe. But if I think of it now, they look similar.
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      Speaking of fake looking props, do you remember the puppet show (but popular), Thunderbirds are go?! AND...Diver Dan? The funny lip movements of Clutch cargo and (his pals Spinner & Paddlefoot?)
      Ahhh Saturday morning television was Heaven when I was a kid,Bullwinkle, Fractured fairytales,Underdog, Magilla gorilla,Fantastic four,Tennessee tuxedo,Atom ant etc etc etc
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      THERE IS NOTHING FAKE ABOUT THUNDERBIRDS!

      If you think of it, the 1960s Supermarionation was something like handmade CGI-effects, brilliant then, brilliant today.
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      Here's one...




      Speaking of Thunderbirds.. on one of my cable TV channels they held a Marathon of the Thunderbirds.. me and my daughter adored it.. we'd watch them over and over if we could!

      Another one we seen was GIGANTOR! and Felix the Cat!
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      rokko wrote:

      THERE IS NOTHING FAKE ABOUT THUNDERBIRDS!

      If you think of it, the 1960s Supermarionation was something like handmade CGI-effects, brilliant then, brilliant today.
      Ok now, simmer down , bad phrasing sorry, I think what seemed fakish and odd were the quirky movements, remember I was watching through the eyes of a little kid in awe of these "people" like things moving around in glamourous costumes and backgrounds, yet they were not people....mind blowing!!
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      Here's one...




      Speaking of Thunderbirds.. on one of my cable TV channels they held a Marathon of the Thunderbirds.. me and my daughter adored it.. we'd watch them over and over if we could!

      Another one we seen was GIGANTOR! and Felix the Cat!
      Myrna Loy and super fine azz Robert Taylor!! Lucky Night
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      rokko wrote:

      Here is a real (class) classic one:




      Myrna Loy....she was pretty, loved her in Mr. Blandings builds his dream house, and The Batchelor and the Bobby soxer, and all the Thin man movies too.
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      Third Man is really cool. But speaking of funny hats:


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