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General & Hellos
9 hours ago9h

Posted by barjoe
Happy 98th Birthday to our 39th President. He's our greatest former president and our oldest living president ever. Pictured of course Jimmy Carter, his wife of 75 years Rosalyn and my buddy Jim when he was just a little guy. James Earl Carter IV. He...
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Music of the Movies
16 hours ago16h

Posted by Marionville
The Heroes Of Telemark, 1965 WW2 British film set in Norway starring Kirk Douglas and Richard Harris with original soundtrack by Malcolm Arnold. This is the main theme and opening credits…. ….showing on TV this afternoon….
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Foreign Film Fans
1 day ago1d

Posted by Ray13
Delicious (that's the title) is a 2021 French comedy/drama loosely based on the historical opening of the first restaurant in 1700s France.
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Environment, Ecology and Sustainability
1 day ago1d

Posted by Marionville
Magne Furuholmen of Norwegian band a-ha on their new album and film True North (their 13th) and the environmental concerns behind it. They are one of the most successful bands in the world having record sales to date of over 100 million, and when ...
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UK Atheists & Agnostics
1 day ago1d

Posted by Marionville
Yesterday Morten Harket, lead singer of a-ha was interviewed by Janice Forsyth on BBC Radio Scotland. He talks about a-ha’s new album and film True North (their 13th) due out next month and how the inspiration to write these songs stems from ...
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Music, Movies & Books
1 day ago1d

Posted by Marionville
Yesterday Morten Harket, lead singer of a-ha was interviewed on BBC Radio Scotland by Janice Forsyth. He talks about the band’s forthcoming new album (their 13th) and accompanying film True North, due out next month….fascinating man, ...
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Posts
1 day ago1d

Posted by Ray13
Greta Garbo as Mata Hari in 1931 film, and a photo of the real Mata Hari, executed by French firing squad in 1917 at age 41.
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Health & Happiness
1 day ago1d

Posted by BDair
A very well done heart wrenching at times but very informative documentary. Safe and Effective A Second Opinion (2022) Oracle Films News Uncut
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Music Fans
2 days ago2d

Posted by Marionville
Morten Harket of a-ha interviewed today on BBC Radio Scotland…talking about new film and album True North, its connection to climate change and concern for the environment. For @Redheadedgammy
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CLASSICAL, OPERA and CROSSOVER
3 days ago3d

Posted by rogerbenham
Anne-Sophie Mutter, Daniel Barenboim, Yo-Yo Ma – Beethoven: Triple Concerto in C Major, Op. 56 No. 2
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Religion & Spirituality
3 days ago3d

Posted by CliffordCook
Fact Check: Are There 42 Bible Verses In the Constitution? This week, a Christian Nationalist preacher at the Abundant Life Church in Lee's Summit, Missouri declared that "There’s forty-two bible verses in the Constitution, and ...
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Movie Actors & Actresses Fans
3 days ago3d

Posted by Ray13
Born on Sept. 28: One of the most famous Italian actors of the 20th Century, Marcello Mastroianni born in Fontana Liri, Italy in 1924. D: 1996. Here is a short video of him that I thought was pretty cool😉 & Peter Finch, born in South...
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Music of the Movies
4 days ago4d

Posted by Ray13
From the 2011 film The Artist soundtrack, Fantaisie D'Amour by Ludovic Bource.
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Posts
4 days ago4d

Posted by phxbillcee
MSNBC - Watch Rachel Maddow Highlights: Sept. 26
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Celebrity Pictures
4 days ago4d

Posted by Sierra4
Meat Loaf and Debbie Harry on the set of the 1980 film ROADIE.
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Movie Actors & Actresses Fans
5 days ago5d

Posted by Ray13
Remembering her on her 74th birthday - Sept. 26, 1948 - August 8, 2022: Olivia Newton-John. Twist of Fate from the 1983 fantasy film Two of a Kind.
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Music Fans
5 days ago5d

Posted by Marionville
Good morning….I hope it’s the start of a good new week for all of us. I thought I’d start it off with a clip from the a-ha film - which they describe as a letter from a-ha to the World….which accompanies their new album True North..and also...
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Foreign Film Fans
1 week ago1w

Posted by Ray13
An excellent film for Halloween: 1945 British film Dead of Night about several people gathered at a mansion estate telling stories of a supernatural experience.
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Singles/Mingle/Chat
1 week ago1w

Posted by azzow2
Captured this guy on film today. I had gotten some dirt from Lowes and the seeds for the green pumpkins must have been in the soil so this year we ended up with an exciting color. The garden is waning there is still harvestable stuff growing. We had ...
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Love & Relationships
1 week ago1w

Posted by Avva
Is it fair to be biased
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PacificNorthWest
1 week ago1w

Posted by JackPedigo
A local film series posted a short video (about 6 mins) of a early black family that settle and thrived in Seattle at the turn of the century. One quick mention, at the very end was a real eye opener. I had nooo idea.
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Music of the Movies
1 week ago1w

Posted by Ray13
From the 1974 film Phantom of the Paradise, The Hell of It composed by Paul Williams who turns 82 today.
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Foreign Film Fans
1 week ago1w

Posted by Ray13
The Navigator: A Medieval Odyssey, a 1988 Australian-New Zealand fantasy/adventure film about a group of men fleeing from the Black Death who accompany a boy from the 14 century into the 20th century thru a tunnel deep in the earth.
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Movie Actors & Actresses Fans
1 week ago1w

Posted by Ray13
Born on Sept. 18th: Greta Garbo: Frankie Avalon, born in Philadelphia in 1940. Known for his many films with Annette Funicello (1942-2013) I'm posting this song they did together in the 1964 film Bikini Beach - Because You're You. ...
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Music of the Movies
1 week ago1w

Posted by Ray13
Soundtrack theme to the 1981 film Ragtime composed by Randy Newman.
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News & Links
2 weeks ago2w

Posted by snytiger6
LINKAtheists didn’t finish the job (yet), so God’s Not Dead 5 will come out in 2023
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Foreign Film Fans
2 weeks ago2w

Posted by Ray13
In memory of French director Jean-Luc Godard: the 1966 film Band of Outsiders about two couples who plan a robbery.
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Music, Movies & Books
2 weeks ago2w

Posted by Marionville
JEAN -LUC GODARD DEATH: The Iconic French Cinema Director dies by assisted suicide aged 91……. Jean-Luc Godard: Visionary director's life and films in pictures
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Foreign Film Fans
2 weeks ago2w

Posted by Marionville
JEAN-LUC GODARD….Iconic French Cinema Director’s death by assisted suicide announced today - aged 91. Jean-Luc Godard: Visionary director's life and films in pictures
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Music of the Movies
2 weeks ago2w

Posted by Ray13
The lovely Ava Gardner dancing in the 1954 film The Barefoot Contessa. This will be my last post here for a few days while I visit my son in Georgia.
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Politics
3 weeks ago3w

Posted by snytiger6
LINKWhat's inside the recalled version of Dinesh D'Souza's '2,000 Mules' book? : NPR
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Music Fans
3 weeks ago3w

Posted by phxbillcee
Happy B-Day, Dave Stewart, (70) - Eurythmics, Annie Lennox, Dave Stewart - Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This) (Official Video) - Eurythmics, Annie Lennox, Dave Stewart - Here Comes The Rain Again (Remastered) - Dave ...
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Artists, Masterminds, Makers, and Creators.
3 weeks ago3w

Posted by Davekp
Hey folks.., I have been collaborating with an Italian author and artist , Agata Borghesan for a couple of years now. She has been dealing with her Borderline Personality Disorder characterized by extreme self harm for the past 15 years. She ...
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Celebrity Pictures
3 weeks ago3w

Posted by Sierra4
Frank Sinatra and Peter Lawford on the set of the 1947 film It Happened in Brooklyn.
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News & Links
3 weeks ago3w

Posted by snytiger6
LINKWhat Is Satanic Panic? Debunked '80s Conspiracy Theory Is Making a Return
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Music of the Movies
3 weeks ago3w

Posted by Ray13
From 1951, An American in Paris. Winner of several Academy Award Oscar's - among them Best Picture, Cinematography ( for color, they had another category for b&w films) ,and Best Scoring for a Musical. This video is of a ballet- dance sequence with ...
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Posts
4 weeks ago4w

Posted by William_Mary
Serbia: Signs of War----The stark future of the Kosovo conflict This is the trailer I'm posting so you can observe that tensions are heating up in the region again. This documentary isn't available on line but can be viewed on RT's live stream. ...
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Uncommon words and their meanings.
4 weeks ago4w

Posted by Marionville
MAUDLIN. - Adjective…self-pityingly or tearfully sentimental; feeling sad and foolishly sorry for yourself, especially after drinking a lot alcohol “a bout of maudlin self-pity”; (of a book, film or song) highly sentimental “he strummed ...
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World Music
1 month ago1m

Posted by Marionville
We’re on a trip back to France of the 1960’s today with a song from one of the best known French actresses/chanteuses of that era…namely Sylvie Vartan. Sylvie, who was born in Sophia, Bulgaria was married to French Rock n’ Roll idol Johnny...
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Music of the Movies
1 month ago1m

Posted by Ray13
Here again (I know this has been posted a few times already) is 500 Miles by The Proclaimers, from the 1993 film Benny & Joon. I just really love this song.
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Music of the Movies
1 month ago1m

Posted by Ray13
Here is a theme from the Star Wars film series that I don't think has been posted yet: Princess Leia's Theme...composed, naturally, by John Williams.
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Foreign Film Fans
1 month ago1m

Posted by Ray13
As rumors have been around for a while now that Agnostic.com might shut down soon - I would like to post something special, to me anyway, on one of my favorite French actors Jean Marais. One is a short video of his preparations for his role as The ...
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Music of the Movies
1 month ago1m

Posted by Ray13
From the 1964 French film The Umbrellas of Cherbourg: I Will Wait For You, score by Michel Legrand, lyrics by the film's director Jacques Demy. I am posting the original opening/credits version from the film plus one sung by Matt Monro. The film was ...
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Foreign Film Fans
1 month ago1m

Posted by Ray13
Everlasting Moments, a 2008 Swedish film based on the true story of Maria Larsson (1877-1930) , a Swedish working class woman who wins a camera in a lottery and goes on to become photographer.
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Movie Actors & Actresses Fans
1 month ago1m

Posted by Ray13
Born in Butte, Montana on August 27, 1916, film, TV and stage actress, singer and comedienne Martha Raye. She received the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1993 for her service entertaining troops during WW2, Korea and Vietnam wars. D: 1994 From the ...
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Quotes
1 month ago1m

Posted by WilliamCharles
From the film "They Live" Drifter: What is wrong with having it good for a change? Now they're gonna let us have it good if we just help 'em. They're gonna leave us alone, let us make some money. You can have a little taste of that good life too. ...
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Foreign Film Fans
1 month ago1m

Posted by Ray13
Although most of the language is spoken in English I consider this a foreign film because it was made in South Africa by the South African director Jamie Uys: from 1980: The Gods Must Be Crazy.
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Politics
1 month ago1m

Posted by whiskywoman
what no beer
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Movie Actors & Actresses Fans
1 month ago1m

Posted by Ray13
Born on August 25: Actor in TV, radio & films - Van Johnson (1916-2008) And- Sean Connery:
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News & Links
1 month ago1m

Posted by snytiger6
LINKTexas church apologizes after staging illegal, Jesus-infused ‘Hamilton’
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CLASSIC ROCK RULES
1 month ago1m

Posted by Moravian
Something different. A Brian Jones composition " A Degree of Murder". Written as a film soundtrack.
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Music of the Movies
1 month ago1m

Posted by Sierra4
Elton John and Tim Rice wrote the songs for Disney’s 1994 animated film The Lion King. Elton did not sing this song in the movie, but I like his rock version.
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Music of the Movies
1 month ago1m

Posted by Ray13
From 1996 film The First Wives Club: Diane Keaton, Bette Midler & Goldie Hawn: You Don't Own Me finale.
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World Music
1 month ago1m

Posted by Marionville
This afternoon I’m going to an open air concert at The Hill Of The O’Neill in Dungannon, Co.Tyrone….which is about ten or twelve miles from my home. It’s a heritage site and concert venue which has been built beside the ruined castle which ...
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Metal music
1 month ago1m

Posted by FvckY0u
Here's one. My connection to the song is that it was featured prominently in the movie "Wild at Heart" with Nick Cage and Laura Dern. A David Lynch film. It's the only reason really I like the song. Interesting connection is that David Lynch's ...
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Music of the Movies
1 month ago1m

Posted by Ray13
More lively music tonight from the 1942 film Ship Ahoy: The Tommy Dorsey Band - with Buddy Rich on drums - The Hawaiian War Chant.
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Foreign Film Fans
1 month ago1m

Posted by Ray13
Walkabout: a 1971 Australian film about a girl and her little brother who are left stranded in the Outback by their mentally ill father.
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All Things Gaming
1 month ago1m

Posted by SpikeTalon
Hi all, any Deus Ex fans here by chance? Recently came across a mod for Deus Ex called 2027, which supposedly served as a prequel to the original despite the fact there are already two other canon prequels. So far 2027 has been fun to play, different...
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Music, Movies & Books
1 month ago1m

Posted by Ryo1
On this date (Aug. 17) in 1979, "Monty Python's Life of Brian" was released in the US. The film was originally financed by EMI, which backed out because it considered the script blasphemous. The Pythons sued EMI and settled out of court. George ...
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Celebrity Pictures
Aug 16Aug 16

Posted by Ray13
Lon Chaney Jr. (1906-1973) with his Dad, Lon Chaney - (1883-1930) the star of many silent films.
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Music of the Movies
Aug 16Aug 16

Posted by Ray13
From the 1954 film River of No Return, although most critics gave it a 👎, it did have a lot of beautiful scenery and Marilyn Monroe singing occasionally.
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Foreign Film Fans
Aug 16Aug 16

Posted by Ray13
Babette's Feast, a 1987 Danish film set in an isolated coastal village in 1870's Denmark about two elderly spinster sisters to hire a French refugee, Babette, as their new cook. Winner of Best Foreign Language Oscar.
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News & Links
Aug 16Aug 16

Posted by snytiger6
LINKChildren's Protective Services worker fired for telling 14-year-old to engage in prostitution - Face2Face Africa
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Music, Movies & Books
Aug 15Aug 15

Posted by Ryo1
Alfred Hitchcock, when accepting the American Film Institute Life Achievement award: "I beg permission to mention by name only four people who have given me the most affection, appreciation, and encouragement, and constant collaboration. The first of...
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Music of the Movies
Aug 15Aug 15

Posted by Marionville
From the delightful 1964 movie Zorba The Greek…Sirtaki Zorbas…or Zorba’s Dance composed by Mikis Theodorakis. This dance scene from the film shows the boisterous Cretan local Zorba (Anthony Quinn) introducing the local dance steps to a ...
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Music of the Movies
Aug 14Aug 14

Posted by Ray13
From the soundtrack of The Lost Boys: People Are Strange...it was originally done in the film along with the opening credits and performed by Echo & the Bunnymen, but because of a lot of background noise in the movie scene I'm posting a video with ...
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Music of the Movies
Aug 14Aug 14

Posted by Sierra4
What’s it all about? Here we have the final scene of the 1966 British film ALFIE starring Michal Caine and the theme song sung by Cher.
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Celebrity Pictures
Aug 13Aug 13

Posted by Sierra4
Tom Hanks and Elizabeth Perkins from the 1988 film BIG
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Music of the Movies
Aug 13Aug 13

Posted by Ray13
From the classic 1942 film Casablanca, As Time Goes By, but instead of a scene from the movie here it is sung to Ms Ingrid Bergman by a familiar face, in 1979.
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General & Hellos
Aug 12Aug 12

Posted by MizJ
Film at 11. I think Liz Cheney should be given the video of the search at Mar-a-Lago to narrate on national TV. "And here we have the agents opening the first box, the red 'Top Secret' stamp can clearly be seen". The MAGAs have destroyed her ...
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Music of the Movies
Aug 12Aug 12

Posted by Ray13
From the 1970 film Darling Lili: theme music Whistling Away the Dark by Henry Mancini, lyrics by Johnny Mercer and sang to perfection by Julie Andrews.
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Music of the Movies
Aug 11Aug 11

Posted by Ray13
From the 1952 film Limelight, the theme, aka Terry' Theme & Eternally, composed by Charlie Chaplin. It won an Oscar for Best Original Dramatic Score st the 1973 Academy Awards. Yes, 1973 is correct. The reason: in 1952 many theaters in ...
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Movie Lovers
Aug 11Aug 11

Posted by AlanCliffe
Black Narcissus was interesting. All done in studio sets with painting on glass for the Himalayan scenery, but you could have fooled me. One of Scorsese's favorite films. The only trouble was, I couldn't tell the nuns apart because they were all ...
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Music Fans
Aug 10Aug 10

Posted by Marionville
Tonight at bedtime I’m posting Walking In The Air a cover by Finnish Metal Rock Band - Nightwish - in tribute to Raymond Briggs, illustrator and children’s author who died today aged 88. The song is the theme from the aminated 1982 TV film ...
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News & Links
Aug 10Aug 10

Posted by snytiger6
LINKCutting-edge American technology given away to Chinese company : Consider This from NPR : NPR
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Workout Warriors
Aug 10Aug 10

Posted by Mitch07102
CrossFit at its finest. (Watch to the end)
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Movie Actors & Actresses Fans
Aug 10Aug 10

Posted by Ray13
Born on August 10: A happy 62nd birthday to Antonio Banderas, born in 1960 in Malaga, Spain. & Norma Shearer 1902-1983. She was a big star in the 1930s...but retired from making movies in 1942 so her films today are rare.
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Politics
Aug 10Aug 10

Posted by lerlo
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Posts
Aug 9Aug 9

Posted by glennlab
Few things worse than watery bread. Dare you to name a few.
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Movie Actors & Actresses Fans
Aug 9Aug 9

Posted by Ray13
Born on August 9, 1927 in Manchester, England: film, stage, author, & WW2 veteran Robert Shaw. D: 1978
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Music of the Movies
Aug 8Aug 8

Posted by Sierra4
I have never watched the 1970 film The Molly MaGuires, but have always liked the Henry Mancini theme song.
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Movies that promote deep thought.
Aug 7Aug 7

Posted by Ray13
Koyaanisqatsi: a 1983 'experinental' documentary that has no story, simply an 87 min. journey across the USA with images of landscapes, people & technology that challenge the enviroment - shown in real time, time lapse and slow-motion. The title is a...
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World Music
Aug 7Aug 7

Posted by Marionville
Today it’s an all-Celtic affair with a Breton-Irish collaboration from Briezh Pan Celtic, a tie-up between a traditional Celtic music group in Brittany and a school of traditional harpists in Laois, Ireland. They perform the theme from the 1992 ...
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Music, Movies & Books
Aug 6Aug 6

Posted by Beowulfsfriend
The Animals doing Dylan. Was watching this film.
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General & Hellos
Aug 6Aug 6

Posted by Secretguy
There were some really great looking women in 3 Stooges films. This concludes today's Public Service Announcement.
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Foreign Film Fans
Aug 6Aug 6

Posted by Ray13
The Lion Woman, a 2016 Norwegian-language film about a girl born with hypertrichosis in 1920s Norway.
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Movie Actors & Actresses Fans
Aug 6Aug 6

Posted by Ray13
Two birthdays for today, August 6: Robert Mitchum, star of many classic films, born in 1917 in Bridgeport, Connecticut. D: 1997 & Lucille Ball, film, stage & TV star born in 1911. Received 13 Emmy nominations, winning 5. D: 1989 ...
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Music of the Movies
Aug 5Aug 5

Posted by Sierra4
From the 1989 Ron Howard film Parenthood here is Love To See You Smile written and performed by Randy Newman.
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Foreign Film Fans
Aug 5Aug 5

Posted by Ray13
The Diving Bell & The Butterfly, a 2007 French film based on the autobiography of Jean-Dominique Bauby (1952-1997), editor of Elle magazine, who was left almost completely paralyzed after he suffered a stroke in 1995.
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Silly, Random & Fun
Aug 5Aug 5

Posted by BD66
I need a drone so I can film bobcats:
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Posts
Aug 5Aug 5

Posted by digifilm4
I am a filmmaker by trade. Started off in 1999 shooting 16mm that got the attention of people that sent me on a trajectory of exploration that I am currently continuing today. Anyway, I have been experimenting with AI's recently. I have made many ...
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COVID CULT
Aug 5Aug 5

Posted by BDair
COVID BOOSTERS GO BUST
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Music of the Movies
Aug 4Aug 4

Posted by Ray13
Some atmospheric music, from the title sequence, of the1965 suspense thriller Bunny Lake is Missing, by Swiss-American composer Paul Glass. If you've never seen this movie it is very much in the style of a Hitchcock film.
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Music of the Movies
Aug 4Aug 4

Posted by Sierra4
Born on this date in 1901 here is Louie Armstrong singing Hello Dolly from the 1969 film. He had a number one hit of the song in 1964 when Hello Dolly was on Broadway.
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Music of the Movies
Aug 3Aug 3

Posted by Sierra4
Rhondashotwell posting of Stephen Bishop’s On and On made remember a favorite movie of mine and movie song. It Might Be You by Bishop from the film Tootsie in 1982.
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General & Hellos
Aug 2Aug 2

Posted by skado
Do we like our friends because they stink like we do? .
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Foreign Film Fans
Aug 2Aug 2

Posted by Ray13
Here is a film from Japan made in 1953 (not released in the US until 1972) that I have watched several times. It is a hard film to describe so I will let N.Y. Times film critic A. O. Scott do it....Tokyo Story. Apparently that video won't...
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