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MAKEUP ARTISTS/HAIRDRESSERS DURING THE 1930S/40S/50S wow!!! WHAT A GAL!! WHAAAT???????? SONGS THAT MAKE ME TEARY-EYED... ONLY SO MANY!!! EDY!!! NOT SURE WHERE TO POST.... DULL STARS. THE MOST SCREEN CHARISMA??? View all posts >


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OMG I love the violin!! took lessons when I was about 10, after having had piano lessons, which didn't thrill me at all.....but the violin? INCREDIBLE INSTRUMENT......and for me the most beautiful one!!! (next to the human voice, if you wanna call our voice 'an instrument', which in a way it is!!) So I hope you like the violin and that you keep it up!!! it will bring much joy to your life!!! sad to say I stopped, you know how kids can be.....lol........but you? DON'T STOP.....KEEP IT UP!!! BEST WISHES!!! interesting about the "Reese's pieces' candy he ate..........at the time I recall reading that the studio asked M&Ms manufacturer if they could use M&Ms in the movie; the company said NO as they thought ET was a monster movie; had no idea what the storyline was..........sooooo as a result, Reese's Pieces sales went up 20% after the movie came out!! and THAT"S what cha get when you don't do your research, candy company.....!!!! "Rosemary's Baby" "Midnight Cowboy".....what's amazing to me about these two films is that both were done by foreigners!! and YET.....they have an 'American feel' to them!!! for me, these are two of the best ever made!!!!!!!! "Rosemary's Baby" "Midnight Cowboy".....what's amazing to me about these two films is that both were done by foreigners!! and YET.....they have an 'American feel' to them!!! for me, these are two of the best ever made!!!!!!!! I 'kind of' agree with you, with "Red Dust'.....but what about "Bombshell"??????? and "Dinner at Eight"? really showed off her comedy skills in those......... what a thoughtful reply,,,,and you are so right!!! I was bored to death in all 3 Star Wars......why the heck did I see them when I hated the first one so much??? LOL..... anyway, I read reviews, say, in Netflix DVD and wonder ...'jeeze' did they see the same movie I did? then someone praises something I didn't like...........but you are so right......thanks again!!! sorry for the very late reply.......thank you SO much for posting this.......am wondering why this is not on DVD...seems that everything else is!! LOL....but thanks again!!!!!! sorry for the late reply......but anyway. hmmmmm can't say I agree with all your choices but certainly Burt/Brad stand out for me in that 'category'...as for Clooney? little story: never liked the guy....always came across to me as a smartass......THEN I saw him in "The Descendants"......after about 3 minutes I wasn't watching George Clooney, I was watching the character he was portraying.....he WAS that guy.........which is the sign of a good actor!!!! so while I"m still not 'a fan' of the guy, I DO have a new respect for his acting chops!!!!! life's funny sometime!! LOL............again sorry for the late reply.. sorry for the late reply!! yes, he was in that one. you know you're absolutely right! she may have just not had the desire to pursue the hassle of fame, etc. Did you ever hear of Silvana Mangano? my favorite Italian actress.....WOW what a presence on the screen..she was married to a producer and just didn't 'feel like' pursuing stardom........her two biggest hits were "Bitter Rice" and "Anna"...she did a film with Clint Eastwood, of all people, called "The Witches' where she played several characters. anyway, you are right.........just never thought of that in regards to Edy........she's probably lots happier being out of the spotlight anyway, right? View all replies >