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    There are 31 replies in this Thread. The last Post () by ethanedwards.

    • Re: Screen Legends- Discussion

      Screen Legends is for actors
      who did NOT appear with Duke.

      All other Screen Legends, that did, are in Pals Of The Saddle

      So Henry Fonda, Jimmy Stewart, and the others are all there, so there is no duplication.

      Clint Eastwood of course appears in Screen Legends,
      but so far, not Spencer Tracy

      Stumpy wrote:

      I personally think Henry Fonda should be listed in the index. He was definitely a star of the Golden Era.

      I can also think at 15 or 20 ladies who should be included in the index.


      I agree Jim, although for example when I profiled
      Vivien Leigh,
      there was no response!

      Screen Legends forum, was posted so that
      we could acknowledge other movie stars.

      So if anyone wishes this sub-forum extended
      to include other actors, please let me know.
      Best Wishes
      Keith
      London- England

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    • Re: Screen Legends- Discussion

      Got a few if not minded and none as far as I know--worked with Duke.

      Richard Greene.
      John Mills.
      Nigel Greene.
      Trevor Howard.
      Michael Caine.
      Roger Moore.
      Sean Connery (I know he appeared in The Longest Day) but?
      Harry Andrews.
      Charles Laughton.
      Richard Burton.(Ditto)
      Dana Andrews.
      Telly Savalas.
      Richard Basehart.
      Richard Harris.
      Basil Rathbone.
      David Niven.
      Robert Newton.
      Michael Redgrave.
      Anthony Hopkins.
      Richard Attenborough.


      As you can tell--a lot of "untouched" names. :lol:



      Es Ist Verboten Mit Gefangenen In Einzelhaft Zu Sprechen..

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    • Re: Screen Legends- Discussion

      The Ringo Kid wrote:

      Got a few if not minded and none as far as I know--worked with Duke.

      Richard Greene.
      John Mills.
      Nigel Greene.
      Trevor Howard.
      Michael Caine.
      Roger Moore.
      Sean Connery (I know he appeared in The Longest Day) but?
      Harry Andrews.
      Charles Laughton.
      Richard Burton.(Ditto)
      Dana Andrews.
      Telly Savalas.
      Richard Basehart.
      Richard Harris.
      Basil Rathbone.
      David Niven.
      Robert Newton.
      Michael Redgrave.
      Anthony Hopkins.
      Richard Attenborough.


      As you can tell--a lot of "untouched" names. :lol:




      How could you forget Richard Attenborough was in Brannigan! Tenuous link between Duke and Telly in The Greatest Story Ever Told aswell
    • Re: Screen Legends- Discussion

      Hi


      it seems as if all our screen legends appear to be male. Hows about some female company.


      Olivia De Havaland
      Ava Gardner
      June Allison
      Greta Garbo
      Julie Adams
      Ursula Andress
      Anne Bancroft
      Theda Bara
      Brigitte Bardot
      Ethel Barrymore
      Anne Baxter
      Barbara Bel Geddes
      Ingrid Bergman
      Anne Blyth
      Leslie Caron
      Doris Day
      Bette Davis
      Gloria De Haven
      Dolores Del Rio
      Ginger Rogers

      The list goes on and on

      Regards

      Arthur
      Walk Tall - Talk Low
    • Re: Screen Legends- Discussion

      The Irish Duke wrote:

      Maybe to make it easier for you to do maybe we could all nominate 5 each of both males and females and see who's most popular for you to profile?

      OK Duke, perhaps I can ask you to do that
      Best Wishes
      Keith
      London- England
    • Re: Screen Legends- Discussion

      arthurarnell wrote:

      Hi


      it seems as if all our screen legends appear to be male. Hows about some female company.


      Olivia De Havaland
      Ava Gardner
      June Allison
      Greta Garbo
      Julie Adams
      Ursula Andress
      Anne Bancroft
      Theda Bara
      Brigitte Bardot
      Ethel Barrymore
      Anne Baxter
      Barbara Bel Geddes
      Ingrid Bergman
      Anne Blyth
      Leslie Caron
      Doris Day
      Bette Davis
      Gloria De Haven
      Dolores Del Rio
      Ginger Rogers

      The list goes on and on

      Regards

      Arthur


      I especially agree with Art's choice of Olivia de Havilland, Errol Flynn's best co-star. I also think Jean Simmons, Claudette Colbert and Janet Leigh belong on the list of great female stars.

      As Art said, the list goes on and on. Nowadays, my old memory has problems remembering my own name but if I referred to IMDB, I could probably select quite a few more.
      De gustibus non est disputandum
    • Re: Screen Legends- Discussion

      Stumpy wrote:

      I especially agree with Art's choice of Olivia de Havilland, Errol Flynn's best co-star. I also think Jean Simmons, Claudette Colbert and Janet Leigh belong on the list of great female stars.

      As Art said, the list goes on and on. Nowadays, my old memory has problems remembering my own name but if I referred to IMDB, I could probably select quite a few more.


      Thanks Jim,
      I have now added many more of our lovely ladies, including lots you've mentioned
      and here is the
      Screen Legends- Index
      Best Wishes
      Keith
      London- England

      The post was edited 1 time, last by ethanedwards ().

    • Re: Screen Legends- Discussion

      arthurarnell wrote:

      Hi

      And as an add on to our male legends one of my own personal favourite Barry Sullivan star of many westerns and opponent of james Stewart in the never to be forgotten Winchester 73

      Regards

      Arthur


      Arthur, it was Steven McNally who was Jimmy Stewarts opponent in Winchester 73, not Barry Sullivan. Common mistake, though, they both resembled each other and had a deep gravelly voice. And I got them mixed up on occasion myself.