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All time favourite golden age hollywood actors?

I don’t know if this has already been discussed (if so I apologize) but I thought it would be fun to discuss everybody’s favourite hollywoo…

Started by Jenni Donovan

9 Nov 3
Reply by Gerda Gerrits

Dorothy McGuire?

I ran a search for discussions of Dorothy McGuire.  Amazingly, I only found four mentions of her back in 2008 and 2009.  That's it?  What a…

Started by Rodolfo (Rudy) Carreon

4 Jul 27, 2016
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Charlie Chaplin Expert Who Knocked My Socks Off

(Cross-posted from the Charlie Chaplin group) A while back I attended a performance by Dan Kamin. He is the guy who coached Robert Downey,…

Started by Rosie Sayer

1 May 6, 2015
Reply by kareng

Twenty Favorite Actresses

OK, this isn't an original idea, there's a meme going around on several movie blogs asking for a list of your 20 favorite actresses. Since…

Started by Joanne C

41 Oct 16, 2013
Reply by Leigh

Those Familiar Faces! The great Character Actors!

I didnt see a thread here talking about the great character actors so I thought, hey lets see if i can get one going! One of the great thin…

Started by Paul Petro

68 Aug 1, 2013
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Started by Judy Smith

20 Mar 24, 2013
Reply by Paul Petro

Silent Star Cameos

Can anyone please tell me the title of the 1937 (36?) Paramount film which featured a number of silent star cameos?  I thought it was eithe…

Started by Philip Leibfried

6 Mar 5, 2013
Reply by Mike Duffy

How many stars of the golden age and later years are left?

With the recent passing of Glen Ford, Gene Barry and Richard Widmark i have been wondering just how many of the great ones are left. Post a…

Started by thomas dial

14 Feb 3, 2013
Reply by Cinemaven

Which Golden Age actor would you pick to be a James Bond Villain?

One of the things I’ve always enjoyed about the early James Bond movies is their choice of super-villains.  The best were mad, megalomaniac…

Started by Mad

115 Dec 3, 2012
Reply by Catherine

Executive Suite (1954) Film

This is a William Holden film that deserves kudos for being ahead of its time. A full cast that give strong performances regarding corporat…

Started by Geri

2 Feb 19, 2012
Reply by Geri


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