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  • i just watched "roman holiday"

    corr.

    Audrey hepburn was a bit of a looker :P

    i saw almost all of "the seven year itch" too.

    i enjoyed both of those films.

    A good twenty fours hours for golden oldies...next will be " battleship potemkin" :P

  • #2
    Is there no end to this man's thirst for cinematic knowledge? :P



    Some of the oldies are the best, eh?



    Try "Spiral Staircase", Vern.....spooky oldie

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    • #3
      not heard of that till now..i saw some old films :

      "touch of evil" , "lolita" tres gut

      and some hitchcockopian wuns..rear window, psycho, north by northwest...and i seenerated "rebel without a guaze" and the longest film ever "giant"

      ...."bringing up baby" was genius, but i think i said that already..

      i even remember seeing a film called "tea and sympathy"..always remember that title...watched when was off school for some reason...

      seven samuria was a goodum oldie too...

      i haven't seen citizen kane, which is apparently a fairly good old film.



      "short cuts" was a good recentish film.



      squeak

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      • #4
        You know that scene in Roman Holiday, where Gregory Peck sticks his hand in the mouth of a statue type thing and pretends it's been bitten off? Well that wasn't in the script , he did it as a prank on Audrey Hepburn. Her reaction was genuine. The director decided it was funny kept it in the film.



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        • #5
          good trivia!

          i liked the bit with audrey hepburn in!

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          • #6
            Favourite oldie has to be "It's a Wonderful Life" :cry:

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            • #7
              :lol:



              i am desperate for 'How to Murder Your wife', starring Jack Lemmon and Terry Thomas to come on telly, so i can tape it.



              i have scoured the internet in search of a dvd or vid to buy but alas, no success.



              it is such a great film, soo funny and so 1960's, wicked.
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              • #8
                was terry thomas the guy who says "Diiiiing , Dong!"



                hehehe *imagining the voice used to say that*

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