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  1. #41
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    Post Re: Movie Game

    There are some actresses I like, Laura Linney for example.
    But I wouldn't put her in the "classy broad" category.
    I think that is an extinct breed of women.
    Except for you and I, Annie.

    Montgomery Clift was in "From Here To Eternity" with Burt Lancaster.
    Who falls into the "rugged actor" category, that also seems to have become extinct.

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    Re: Movie Game

    Burt Lancaster was in Elmer Gantry with Shirley Jones

    (wanted to use Local Hero, a favorite of mine, but can't remember who else was in it)
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    Re: Movie Game

    Shirley Jones was in "Music Man" with Ron Howard.


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    Ron(ny) Howard was in American Graffiti with Cindy Williams
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    Cindy Williams was in "Tricks of the Trade" with Markie Post.

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    Re: Movie Game

    Another tough one. And whatever happened to Markie Post?

    Markie Post was in Something About Mary with Matt Dillon
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    Re: Movie Game

    Matt Dillon was in "Little Darlings" with Tatum O'Neal.

    Haven't really seen much of Markie Post since "Night Court".


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    Re: Movie Game

    Tatum O'Neal was in Bad News Mears with Walter Matthau.

    (The hardest part of this one will be deciding which of Matthau's many movies to choose!) :-)

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