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Female Beauty We Appreciate
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Spencer Locke ...

Spencer Locke

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Forum: Actors, Awards, & Directors 2 weeks ago
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RIP Janis Page, star of Silk Stockings and other musicals, aged 101
Posted By dadgumblah
Sad to hear. Loved her in Silk Stockings (1957)...

Sad to hear. Loved her in Silk Stockings (1957) and Romance on the High Seas (1948). Long career and very long life. Godspeed, Janis.
Forum: General Movie Discussion 2 weeks ago
Replies: 33
Favorite Songs Of Your Favorite Bands
Posted By dadgumblah
Negotiations And Love Songs 1971-1986 is a nice...

Negotiations And Love Songs 1971-1986 is a nice place to start. It's got at least 14 of the songs I listed plus a couple of more, Diamonds on the Soles of Her Feet (a good one) and Slip Slidin' Away...
Replies: 33
Favorite Songs Of Your Favorite Bands
Posted By dadgumblah
With this and your follow-up list, you show you...

With this and your follow-up list, you show you have very eclectic taste (which is very good!). I do too as I love music from the 40s through the 80s mainly.

Hank Williams
Lovesick Blues
Half...
Replies: 33
Favorite Songs Of Your Favorite Bands
Posted By dadgumblah
Great song, so smooth. Jeff Talking...

Great song, so smooth.

Jeff Talking Heads' Take Me to the River is one of my very favorite songs. Never get tired of that one.

John-Connor Why are your Elton picks off-topic? Right on...
Replies: 33
Favorite Songs Of Your Favorite Bands
Posted By dadgumblah
Great songs, all!

Great songs, all!
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Things that were supposed to make you happy as a kid, but hated
Posted By dadgumblah
I hated the show also, but I'd always watch the...

I hated the show also, but I'd always watch the opening so I could see the cute girl Bugaloo. Then I checked out. As for Land of the Lost I liked it to a degree but could not stand that character...
Forum: Actors, Awards, & Directors 3 weeks ago
Replies: 2
RIP Richard M Sherman, Mary Poppins songwriter, 95
Posted By dadgumblah
One of the greats. Not only co-wrote with his...

One of the greats. Not only co-wrote with his brother, Robert, for tons of Disney films but also non-Disney movies like Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Snoopy Come Home and Charlotte's Web. Also won 2...
Replies: 33
Favorite Songs Of Your Favorite Bands
Posted By dadgumblah
Yeah, I love Your Song but I hear it all the time...

Yeah, I love Your Song but I hear it all the time on the station I listen to, and I wanted to go for ones that hardly get any play anywhere...at least stations I listen to. I figured there might be...
Replies: 33
Favorite Songs Of Your Favorite Bands
Posted By dadgumblah
Elton John (this will be a long one---I could...

Elton John (this will be a long one---I could have chosen only a handful of hits but I think these that follow, including album cuts, are essential, at least for me)

I Need You to Turn To
Sixty...
Forum: Actors, Awards, & Directors 4 weeks ago
Replies: 8
RIP Dabney Coleman, 92
Posted By dadgumblah
Loved Coleman. I can rattle off any number of...

Loved Coleman. I can rattle off any number of films he was great in, stealing most of the scenery: Cloak & Dagger, Tootsie, Modern Problems, 9 to 5, Where the Heart Is, Dragnet, On Golden Pond...he...
Forum: Actors, Awards, & Directors 05-15-24
Replies: 14
RIP Roger Corman, 98
Posted By dadgumblah
Yes! I loved A Bucket of Blood. Dick Miller as...

Yes! I loved A Bucket of Blood. Dick Miller as the "artist" in the film, had the character name Walter Paisley. Miller would go on to use that name in quite a lot of his other films. Nice touch!
Forum: General Movie Discussion 05-14-24
Replies: 437
Noirvember 2023 - Rate the last noir you watched
Posted By dadgumblah
For some reason I was in the mood to see the...

For some reason I was in the mood to see the following film that was made in three-strip Technicolor rather than the usual Noir black and white. And that film is:

Niagara (1953)
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Forum: Actors, Awards, & Directors 05-13-24
Replies: 14
RIP Roger Corman, 98
Posted By dadgumblah
A filmmaker you could really call a legend. So...

A filmmaker you could really call a legend. So many movies of his I've loved since I was a kid. The Poe films were among my favorites. In no particular order, movies he directed and/or produced that...
Replies: 81
Favorite Stand-Up Comedians?
Posted By dadgumblah
I liked him. You're right, he is like Steven...

I liked him. You're right, he is like Steven Wright and I love that stream of consciousness type of humor, going immediately from one subject to the next. I looked up Demetri Martin on IMDB after...
Replies: 81
Favorite Stand-Up Comedians?
Posted By dadgumblah
Brian Regan is probably my favorite. In the first...

Brian Regan is probably my favorite. In the first video, he was really young and [I[very[/I] limber and manic. But funny.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JNfTuFbH_sE


Years later and he...
Forum: Actors, Awards, & Directors 05-06-24
Replies: 11
RIP Bernard Hill
Posted By dadgumblah
Can't imagine anybody else playing King Theoden...

Can't imagine anybody else playing King Theoden in the LOTR movies. He was great in The Ghost and the Darkness as the doctor. Godspeed, Bernard.
Forum: Actors, Awards, & Directors 05-05-24
Replies: 370
Actors With Great Faces
Posted By dadgumblah
My favorite Don Calfa role was in Return of the...

My favorite Don Calfa role was in Return of the Living Dead where he was a mortician who lived near a medical building. His friend, played by Clu Gulager, had subdued and chopped up a dead body...
Forum: General Movie Discussion 05-03-24
Replies: 437
Noirvember 2023 - Rate the last noir you watched
Posted By dadgumblah
No Man of Her Own sounds like a great one, CR!...

No Man of Her Own sounds like a great one, CR! Thanks for the non-spoiler review. It's already on my Watch List, so I'm glad to hear it's a winner. :cool:
Forum: Actors, Awards, & Directors 04-30-24
Replies: 1
RIP: Brian McCardie
Posted By dadgumblah
Very sad. I remember him mostly in The Ghost and...

Very sad. I remember him mostly in The Ghost and the Darkness (1996) and Rob Roy (1995). 59 is far too young. Godspeed, Brian
Forum: Movie Reviews 04-28-24
Replies: 1,901
The MoFo Top 100 Film Noir Countdown
Posted By dadgumblah
Great films to top the countdown! I like Sunset...

Great films to top the countdown! I like Sunset Blvd just a little better than Double Indemnity but that's just because the former appealed to my taste of the bizarre more. I mean, we've got a...
Forum: Movie Reviews 04-27-24
Replies: 1,901
The MoFo Top 100 Film Noir Countdown
Posted By dadgumblah
Holden Pike, I liked The Racket quite a bit. I...

Holden Pike, I liked The Racket quite a bit. I loved Robert Ryan as the bad guy in this one. Especially when he walks into a police station by himself and kills a cop! And the movie of course has...
Forum: Movie Reviews 04-26-24
Replies: 1,901
The MoFo Top 100 Film Noir Countdown
Posted By dadgumblah
Well, that tops me off with The Maltese Falcon...

Well, that tops me off with The Maltese Falcon placing in the same slot as I had it, #3. I love this movie greatly, it being one of my all-time favorites. The entire cast is perfect and John Huston...
Forum: General Movie Discussion 04-25-24
Replies: 437
Noirvember 2023 - Rate the last noir you watched
Posted By dadgumblah
Raw Deal (1948) ...

Raw Deal (1948)

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