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    Quote Originally Posted by retread View Post
    Saw "The Naked Spur" last weekend with Jimmy Stewart. The down-on-his-luck tracker/hunter (Millard Mitchell) that joined him in that film was the marshall in "The Gunslinger" that was on last night.
    The Naked Spur is a highly overlooked masterpiece because it's a western. It's beautifully shot, fantastic script, excellent supporting cast (Robert Ryan, Millard Mitchell, Ralph Meeker and Janet Leigh) led by Jimmy Stewart who gives a very un-Jimmy Stewart like performance as the antihero.

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    It's interesting to watch the different leading men/ladies over time -- comparing Stewart, Bogey, John Wayne, etc.

    I must admit that I haven't seen a whole lot of Gregory Peck movies. Where does he rank as far as the best leading men of his time (or ever)?

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    Gregory Peck was fantastic. He made some outstanding films like Cape Fear, To Kill A Mockingbird, Pork Chop Hill, On the Beach and The Big Country just to scratch the surface. Then later in his career he pounded out even more classics like The Boys From Brazil, The Omen, Old Gringo, and Other People's Money. He's kind of a big deal.

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    Gregory Peck was fantastic. He made some outstanding films like Cape Fear, To Kill A Mockingbird, Pork Chop Hill, On the Beach and The Big Country just to scratch the surface. Then later in his career he pounded out even more classics like The Boys From Brazil, The Omen, Old Gringo, and Other People's Money. He's kind of a big deal.
    It's a very subjective question and maybe deserves its own thread. The movie-watcher's personal taste and the particular era in which the actor/actress was active play a big role in their legacy.

    I've seen quite a few Wayne and Cary Grant movies. There are several like Peck, Bogart, Cagney, etc. that I haven't seen a lot of. Plenty of great movies left to watch!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RPM View Post
    The Naked Spur is a highly overlooked masterpiece because it's a western. It's beautifully shot, fantastic script, excellent supporting cast (Robert Ryan, Millard Mitchell, Ralph Meeker and Janet Leigh) led by Jimmy Stewart who gives a very un-Jimmy Stewart like performance as the antihero.
    That whole series of Anthony Mann westerns with Jimmy Stewart are quality stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RPM View Post
    $#@! all you guys for making me quote my own post about this. If there was a mass neg rep you would have earned it.
    I watched it. Damn good stuff.

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    The Asphalt Jungle on now. One of the greatest noir/caper films. You can't say enough about the cast and John Huston's direction.

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    The Bridge on the River Kwai is on tonight at 7

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeepEastTexas View Post
    The Bridge on the River Kwai is on tonight at 7
    The director's tightest, best, and easiest to watch film.

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    Maltese Falcon starting now. Bogey, Sidney Greenstreet, Peter Lorre. Greatness.

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    Key Largo. Pure smoke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RPM View Post
    Maltese Falcon starting now. Bogey, Sidney Greenstreet, Peter Lorre. Greatness.
    So many good quotes in that one. My favorite:

    Spade: We didn't exactly believe your story, Miss O'Shaughnessy. We believed your 200 dollars. I mean, you paid us more than if you had been telling us the truth, and enough more to make it all right.

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    Bridge on the River Kwai - pure awesomeness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PittsburghTiger View Post
    Bridge on the River Kwai - pure awesomeness.
    You have to do it, boy...

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    Madness.

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    Quo Vadis is showing early tomorrow morning, worth the watch

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    The Defiant Ones is pretty dang good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RPM View Post
    Key Largo. Pure smoke.
    Yeah, Key Largo is probably my second favorite Bogey pick next to Treasure Of The Sierra Madre.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DougO View Post
    Yeah, Key Largo is probably my second favorite Bogey pick next to Treasure Of The Sierra Madre.
    Picking a favorite Bogey film is impossible for me. The best I can do is break them down into categories and rank. In the Bogey/Bacall section I score it: To Have or Have Not, Key Largo, The Big Sleep, Dark Passage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RPM View Post
    Picking a favorite Bogey film is impossible for me. The best I can do is break them down into categories and rank. In the Bogey/Bacall section I score it: To Have or Have Not, Key Largo, The Big Sleep, Dark Passage.
    In a Lonely Place often overlooked.

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    While he wasn't the star, Bogey's turn in The Roaring 20s goes way underrated. As for his best movie, give me The Big Sleep.

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    Tonight's kinda weak in a way. Obviously some great flicks (Psycho, Ben-Hur, Bullitt), but not much in the way of sleepers (i.e. great flicks that aren't household words).

    One of best for today is on now, In Cold Blood. Robert Blake does a superb job, and the film skates impressively between the "too much for me" and good overview of the crimes. One of my good ones.

    Tomorrow night's gonna be epic: To Kill A Mockingbird, The Hustler, and maybe the two best Lemmon flicks, The Apartment and The Days of Wine and Roses.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phdhorn View Post
    One of best for today is on now, In Cold Blood. Robert Blake does a superb job, and the film skates impressively between the "too much for me" and good overview of the crimes. One of my good ones.
    Powerful film. Richard Brooks did a masterful job. Would bet about 99 out of 100 Walking Dead fans never knew Hershel was a cold blooded killer. How ironic things turned out for Robert Blake. You'd think he would have learned.

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    Spencer Tracy, Burt Lancaster & Richard Widmark in Judgement at Nuremberg right now. Kick ass flick. Spencer Tracy was just amazing. Judy Garland and William Shatner were in the film. And so was Werner Klemperer, whom I did not know was a refugee from Nazi Germany.
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    Dr. Strangelove, then The Sand Pebbles after Nuremberg.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PittsburghTiger View Post
    Spencer Tracy, Burt Lancaster & Richard Widmark in Judgement at Nuremberg right now. Kick ass flick. Spencer Tracy was just amazing. Judy Garland and William Shatner were in the film. And so was Werner Klemperer, whom I did not know was a refugee from Nazi Germany.
    His father became conductor of the LA Symphony.

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    Spencer Tracy is an actor I learn to appreciate more as I get older. The way he acts is just so subtle. He doesn't take over the screen like some of the other actors I love, but he is perfect in everything he does. Never goes over and is always believable.

    And he $#@!ed Katherine Hepburn for a great number of years, so he had that going for him.

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    Spencer kicks so much ass in Bad Day at Black Rock it's not even funny. It's my personal favorite of his as he's supposed to be playing a one armed man but he plays it as a paralyzed arm and you buy every second of it even in the fight scenes. BDABR also has a strong supporting cast Ernest Borgnine, Lee Marvin, Dean Jagger, Anne Francis and Walter Brennan. It's a crying shame the film didn't get nominated for Best Picture that year, but John Sturges did for Best Director, Millard Kaufman for Best Screenplay and Spencer for Best Actor. None won and Spencer lost to his newcomer co-star Ernie Borgnine for Marty. Awkward...

    That was a crowded year at the Oscars. BDABR, Rebel Without a Cause, Mister Roberts, Marty, Blackboard Jungle, Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing, Guys and Dolls, The Rose Tattoo, East of Eden... not a bad year for Hollywood.

    Can't believe I avoided that film for as long as I did. Watch it if you get the chance.

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    TCM crapped out here right before the Sand Pebbles came on and was out all night (the HD feed anyway). Oh well, at least I still have Vikings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tuco Ramirez View Post
    Spencer Tracy is an actor I learn to appreciate more as I get older. The way he acts is just so subtle. He doesn't take over the screen like some of the other actors I love, but he is perfect in everything he does. Never goes over and is always believable.

    And he $#@!ed Katherine Hepburn for a great number of years, so he had that going for him.

    Even with the bad, made up accent, Captains Courageous is something I can't avoid watching ever time it comes on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DougO View Post
    Even with the bad, made up accent, Captains Courageous is something I can't avoid watching ever time it comes on.
    I tink maybe you like Manuel, eh Leetle Feesh?

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    YOU DAMN DIRTY APES!!

    On next, ohboyohboyohboyohboy...

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    When you pry it from my cold dead... oh, wait. Get your stinking paws off of me you damned dirty ape!
    Sorry got my Heston hand speeches confused.
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    Easy Rider starting now.

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    Had this poster hanging on my wall all thru Jr High.

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    MY DVR is pretty much full just from stuff I have recorded off of TCM this month.

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    Cool poster. I love this movie, cheese and all.

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    I always liked this scene with the rancher shoeing his horse while the bikers fix the chopper's flat. Nice touch.

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    I always liked this scene with the rancher shoeing his horse while the bikers fix the chopper's flat. Nice touch.
    Same here. That's as real a person as they meet on their trip. "It's not every man that can live off the land, you know. You do your own thing in your own time. You should be proud." Here come two different looking strangers rolling up and he offers them a place to change their tire and a meal. In a nature vs. technology moment, all he does is ask them to turn their engines off so they don't scare his horses.

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    Here's to old D.H. Lawrence. Nik,nip,nit.... aaaah... Indians!
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    One of the most beautifully photographed movies in history. Nominated but didn't win. Lost to Ryan's Daughter.

    Should not have. Symbolic of Patton's view of the beauty of war/combat. For Patton, war was glory/destiny/beauty. The scenery, besides itself being gorgeous (most of it filmed in Spaghetti Western Country in Spain), is starkly dazzling. This to me is the best part of Patton, really. The colors are amazing as well as some of the landscapes.

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    2001: A Space Odyssey just started. Such a brilliant film. Although the pre-broadcast intro by Manckiewickz (sp) was pretty $#@!ty. It'll be a sad day when Robert Osborne passes on.

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    I have almost all of today's lineup on DVD. I just got rid of 2010 recently but other than that The Man Who Would Be King is the only one I don't own. I've never seen that one. Sean Connery and Michael Caine? I'm in.

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    HAL sonofabitch.

    2001 is the most perfectly realized piece of art in modern history.

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