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Ray Milland

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Come to movie business rather by accident, his career on screen finally reached from the late 20s to the 80s – he actually never retired. Well deserved he received an Oscar for his impressive performance in „The Lost Weekend“, yet this was already the 65th(!) picture he made. Without doubt Ray Milland belongs to the row of actors, who had their share in the fact, that Hollywood had its Golden era.

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Comment by OSWALDO LOBATO on May 22, 2010 at 10:28pm

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Comment by Henry X Harper on January 28, 2010 at 3:20pm
Well, I'm just saying, that it's often hard to find inroads with these boys - they are very much products of their time and there is usually a big hurdle just to get them to sit through a B/W film. They usually resist my "old movies", but after seeing Beau Geste, the youngest (the toughest nut) asked if we could please see more films like it!
Comment by Millie on January 28, 2010 at 1:37pm
Haha, Henry, about "kids these days"...I'm 15. And Ray Milland is my favorite actor (tied with a couple others). But, yes, I totally understand...
Comment by Henry X Harper on January 26, 2010 at 3:55pm
Thanks for the invite to this group!! We just watched Beau Geste last Saturday with our boys (ages 15 and 10) and they loved it! I was so happy for that. You never know with kids these days. Anyway, Ray Milland's role was a nice one. In recent months, we've also watched The Uninvited, which was again a big hit with the boys, Easy Living, which I love! and Dial "M" for Murder. I think my personal favorite of his is the Fritz Lang thriller, Ministry of Fear.
Comment by Luzette on January 25, 2010 at 1:29am
Thanks for this group !! I first was introduced to R.M. through my father, who loved him ( R.M., Robert Taylor, Tyrone Power & Errol Flynn were his idols growing up in Cuba). My dad never forgot the first time he saw "The Lost Weekend" ... he told me about it. I grew up watching "Dial M For Murder" ... plus his other great films. My favs include "Kitty", "The Major & the Minor" , "Golden Earrings", "The Uninvited" and of course "The Lost Weekend". He was dashing, spoke beautifully and had such presence !
 

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