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The thread is asking about the "less popular ones."

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Old 05-26-2008, 03:16 PM
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So many cool flicks already listed. Here are a few off the top of my head.

The Big Wheel with Mickey Rooney

The First Auto withBarney Oldenfiend

I'm A Fool with James Dean

The "Andy Hardy" movies

The "Topper" movies
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The thread is asking about the "less popular ones."
If this comment is aimed at my reply:
Cool Hand Luke is more popular the Raging Bull and Deer Hunter?
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Old 05-26-2008, 04:39 PM
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Umm... Gumball Rally!!
I may get flamed about "less popular" but I have only met a hand-full of people that even know of it! (outside of die-hard car fanatics)
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I'll play:Local Hero
True that. While Bill Forsyth had no idea at the time, he made an incredibly nuanced film that encapsulates the entire ethos off the '80's better than anything before or since, in my opinion, with the possible exception of Albert Brooks' great Lost in America. Plus, LH opens with a tracking shot of a 930 as well...

Local Hero is a timeless piece of work, with a superlative Mark Knopfler soundtrack as a bonus. Its on my desert island list.







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A Face in the Crowd - 1957 directed by Elia Kazan.

Andy Griffith before he moved to Maybury and could act his azz off... in this compelling drama
that still has resonance in today's world.

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A Face in the Crowd - 1957 directed by Elia Kazan.

Andy Griffith before he moved to Maybury and could act his azz off... in this compelling drama
that still has resonance in today's world.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0050371/

YEA VERILY....I missed one..

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It's not a classic, or really old, but I liked it.
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Mr. Smith builds a House (I think)

Mr. Smith goes to Washingon (both Jimmy Stuart)

White Wedding (amazing dance scene where Fred Astaire dances along the floor, walls and ceiling)
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Are you perhaps referring to Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House, with Cary Grant and Myrna Loy?

One of my wife's favorite movies, for some reason. No Jimmy Stewart, but Melvyn Douglas in a very Stewart-like supporting role.





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No one mentioned the Days of Wine and Roses? Lee Remick is a goddess. And Jack Lemmon was pretty good too.
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Second on The Year of Living Dangerously - a favorite.

Jack Lemmon - The Apartment, Some Like It Hot
Bogart - Treasure of the Sierra Madre, The Big Sleep, Maltese Falcon, Petrified Forest, and on and on.
Hitchcock - anything in B & W and Rear Window.
Cary Grant - Holiday, Notorious, My Favorite Wife, The Awful Truth
Chaplin - City Lights, Modern Times, The Little Dictator
The Thin Man
My Man Godfrey.

Saw the movie "Boeing, Boeing" over the weekend. It wasn't supposed to be very good (and it wasn't) - but I saw the new play adaptation in London last year - it's in NY now - really funny and very politically incorrect. If you get a chance to see it.....the play, that is....go see it
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