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post #61 of 2748
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No! Just a few more left...
-Bill

Dracula, Prince of Darkness?..............
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Sigh. Someone will drag this across the finish line.

Hint: the chest in the foreground belongs to Stephanie Beacham. Looks like it should be 3D (but isn't).

-Bill
post #62 of 2748
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Looks like The Big Country.

Damn, I thought Bill would be the only one to get that.
post #63 of 2748
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Sigh. Someone will drag this across the finish line.
Hint: the chest in the foreground belongs to Stephanie Beacham. Looks like it should be 3D (but isn't).
-Bill

Can't believe no one found that one, tsssss.... Dracula AD 1972!
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post #64 of 2748
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Sigh. Someone will drag this across the finish line.
Hint: the chest in the foreground belongs to Stephanie Beacham. Looks like it should be 3D (but isn't).
-Bill
Dracula A.D. 1972
post #65 of 2748
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Sigh. Someone will drag this across the finish line.
Hint: the chest in the foreground belongs to Stephanie Beacham. Looks like it should be 3D (but isn't).
-Bill
Dracula A.D. 1972

Correct, but Morpheo gets the point.

Both SHE and the DRACULA movie were from Hammer Films with Peter Cushing.

-Bill
post #66 of 2748
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Correct, but Morpheo gets the point.

-Bill
Yeah, well...he’s Canadian, and you know about those Canadians. Those French Canadians. wink.gifbiggrin.gif
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Yeah, well...he’s Canadian, and you know about those Canadians. Those French Canadians. wink.gifbiggrin.gif

LOL! ....I'm not sure I'll help my case here, but I'm actually, simply, french. smile.gifbiggrin.gif (I just happen to live "up there" for now... tongue.gif)
post #68 of 2748
OK, this veteran actor performed in dozens of movies, including Mary Poppins. Here he is a few years - OK, quite a few years - earlier.

In what movie?


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The Good Fairy

Edited by RUR - 11/20/12 at 3:10pm
post #69 of 2748
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Speaking of which, let's see who can pass the electric kool-aid acid test....


Still available. The band is famed for concerts featuring wild light shows and a young lady dancing in a state of undress.eek.gif
post #70 of 2748
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Name that album:



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Blodwyn Pig, "Ahead Rings Out"

-Bill
Edited by wmcclain - 10/23/12 at 7:27pm
post #71 of 2748
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Name that album:

-Bill

Blodwyn Pig, Ahead Things Out


...Now I'm gonna watch a movie smile.gif
post #72 of 2748
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Name that album:

-Bill

Blodwyn Pig, Ahead Things Out


...Now I'm gonna watch a movie smile.gif

I'm going to have to give up posting albums.

Blodwyn Pig: bluesy offshoot of the early Jethro Tull.

-Bill
post #73 of 2748
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Another easy one:

Movie

Don't forget this one. ^^^


And a new one: vvv

post #74 of 2748
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The second one can only be "The Thing with Two Heads" with Ray Milland.

-Bill
post #75 of 2748
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Name that movie:



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Diamonds Are Forever

-Bill
Edited by wmcclain - 10/25/12 at 8:37am
post #76 of 2748
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The second one can only be "The Thing with Two Heads" with Ray Milland.

-Bill
Yup.
post #77 of 2748
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Don't forget this one. ^^^

I'll take an obvious guess; Stilletto (1969).


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Name that movie:

-Bill

Jill St. John has aged well through the years, and that pic looks like it was taken around 1970. However, her movies during that time period don’t fit that pic. I'll guess, The Player, and that would make Jill 52, which I find hard to believe, but it’s the only thing I can come up with.
post #78 of 2748
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Jill St. John has aged well through the years, and that pic looks like it was taken around 1970. However, her movies during that time period don’t fit that pic. I'll guess, The Player, and that would make Jill 52 in that pic, which I find hard to believe, but it’s the only thing I can come up with.

No. Sorry...

-Bill
post #79 of 2748
Diamonds are Forever
post #80 of 2748
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Diamonds are Forever

Correct. Jill St John at the shallow end of the James Bond pool.

-Bill
post #81 of 2748
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Jill St. John has aged well through the years, and that pic looks like it was taken around 1970. However, her movies during that time period don’t fit that pic. I'll guess, The Player, and that would make Jill 52, which I find hard to believe, but it’s the only thing I can come up with.

That's painful because you had it, both the person and the year.

I'll have a review of the film in the pre-1979 thread in a couple of days. She's the best thing in it.

-Bill
post #82 of 2748
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That's painful because you had it, both the person and the year.
I'll have a review of the film in the pre-1979 thread in a couple of days. She's the best thing in it.
-Bill
I looked at Diamonds are Forever but eliminated it. I didn't remember that, but I don't remember a lot of things anymore. frown.gif
post #83 of 2748
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That's painful because you had it, both the person and the year.
I'll have a review of the film in the pre-1979 thread in a couple of days. She's the best thing in it.
-Bill
I looked at Diamonds are Forever but eliminated it. I didn't remember that, but I don't remember a lot of things anymore. frown.gif

It's from the Las Vegas segment, which has a bunch of odd scenes. I almost used the one of her shooting a water pistol with a line of kids.

I thought I remembered nothing about the film, but it came back to me and was not worth remembering. Oh, well. 007!

-Bill
post #84 of 2748
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Don't forget this one. ^^^

I'll take an obvious guess; Stilletto (1969).

Nope, sorry. October themed movie.

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Name that movie:

-Bill
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Jill St. John has aged well through the years, and that pic looks like it was taken around 1970. However, her movies during that time period don’t fit that pic. I'll guess, The Player, and that would make Jill 52, which I find hard to believe, but it’s the only thing I can come up with.
I thought it was Jill St. John, too, but no clue to the movie.
post #85 of 2748
Just watched this movie last night and thought I'd throw this in. smile.gif

post #86 of 2748
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Don't forget this one. ^^^
And a new one: vvv

Django and Keith Obermann: A Love Story.

Or maybe it's the Thing with Two Heads.
post #87 of 2748
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Just watched this movie last night and thought I'd throw this in. smile.gif

I had to cheat to get this one. I'll just say, pretty darn obscure, Dude. Wowsers.

Or perhaps I should say, "Tres obscure, mon homme. Sacre bleu!".
Edited by cshawnmcdonald - 10/25/12 at 12:03pm
post #88 of 2748
2 headed transplant with Rosevelt "Rosie" Greer and Ray Milland
post #89 of 2748
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2 headed transplant with Rosevelt "Rosie" Greer and Ray Milland
I always think of "The Incredible Two Headed Transplant" (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0067245/) also when I think of Rosie Greer, but the movie is "The Thing With Two Heads": http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0069372/

larry
post #90 of 2748
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Name that movie:



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Patriot Games

-Bill
Edited by wmcclain - 10/25/12 at 3:24pm
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