In the movie, Gone With the Wind, the character Rhett Butler is from Charleston, South Carolina. Cathleen Calvert tells Scarett O'Hara, "My dear, don't you know? That's Rhett Butler. He's from Charleston. He has the most terrible reputation." The novel describes Rhett as "a visitor from Charleston;...
in an interview with Kim Novak [see here], Novak's take on it is that Judy threw herself off the tower. She was so desperate to be loved that she had let one man turn her into Madelaine and involve her in a murder because she thought he loved her, then another because she hoped he would love her....
In Grease (1978) the main female character was Sandy Olsson played by Olivia Newton John and in Grease 2 the main female character was Stephanie Zinone played by Michelle Pfeiffer.
Either 46 or 47 films - one 10-minute short film was lost.Blackmail (1929) had two versions, one with sound and one silent.There were also 2 French propaganda films for World War 2 releasedwith sound.
No, but she did act in "The Blue Veil" (1951). Also stars Jane Wyman, Charles Laughton, Joan Blondell, Agnes Moorehead.
Many of the collector plates are worth close to $10 each. The price will vary depending upon the exact plate and its condition.
Rap song with rocky balboa speech to son in the intro?
It was George Ashley Wilkes.
I have heard this before so I decided to do a little research. This episode of Beverly Hillbillies was from the late 1960's (1967, I think). The facade of Tara from Gone With the Wind, was dismantled and sold in 1959. I haven't seen this episode in years, but I don't see how it could be the same.
Clark Gable was married to Carol Lombard until she died in an airplane crash.
to get animals you need to go the order list and buy them
Not as hard as me. He stole my bike.
It is called a cyclone in the original., it transports Dorothy and Toto from Kansas to the mythical land of Oz, in realilty the whole thing is a nightmare.
It was a southern romance. search Gone with the Wind in Wikipedia for the full storyline.
The American Civil War, especially emphasizes the fall of Atlanta
The resolution in Gone with the Wind occurs when Scarlett realizes the value of Tara in her heart, after Rhett leaves her. She vows to continue to work and love this land and wait for Rhett's return because "Tomorrow is another day".
Liza Minnelli, Lorna Luft, & Joey Luft.
"After all, tomorrow is another day"
"Lady in the Lake" (1947). Stars Robert Montgomery, Lloyd Nolan, Jayne Meadows. Also directed by Robert Montgomery.
Ashley Wilkes, a man who led Scarlett on, though he was married to the finest portrayal of a woman, Christian and wife that Hollywood ever showed - Melanie Wilkes.
The diner's name was Frosty Palace.
A double Polar burger with everything, and a cherry soda with chocolate ice cream
How come there are, like, 20 copies of this question? The film is renowned for its innovative music and narrative structure, as well as its amazing cinematography.
$21 million soon to sell out
You're thinking of "The Right Stuff" (1983). Chuck Yeager did have a part in this film. He played 'Fred'. Other stars are Sam Shepard, Scott Glenn, Ed Harris, Dennis Quaid, Fred Ward, Barbara Hershey, Kim Stanley, Veronica Cartwright, Pamela Reed, Lance Henriksen. The film covers the history of the...
The first full length movie to combine film and animation was Song of the South in 1946. The first short film that combined film and animation was Out of the Inkwell in 1921. Between 1921 to 1946 there were many film shorts that featured animation and live action.
He canceled his honeymoon and used the money when there was a run on the Savings & Loan.
a jury debates the guilt or innocence of an hispanic murder suspect.
After the Preliminary vote, the results were: Eleven voting in favor of Guilty and one hold-out (Juror #8) for Not Guilty.
The Godfather trilogy, Casablanca, Fight Club, Avatar...I could go on and on. Anything with John Wayne, Brad Pitt, Clint Eastwood, Morgan Freeman, or Denzel Washington is going to be great!
Some popular films in 1995 were Die Hard with a Vengeance, Toy Story, Apollo 13, and Seven. Other popular films of 1995 were Braveheart, Leaving Las Vegas, and Sense and Sensibility.
Dear George, remember no man is a failure who has friends. Thanks for the wings, Love Clarence
Debbie Reynolds played Tambey 'Tammy' Tyree in Tammy and the Bachelor.
The antagonist to Scarlett O'Hara, and the foil of Ashley Wilkes. He is a Southern man of rich background who is expelled from Charleston due to the fact he didn't abide by social etiquette. He pops up often in the novel/movie and his scenes are seen as climaxes given the chemistry between Scarlett...
She is atop the staircase at the Twelve Oaks Plantation (Ashley Wilkes' home) when she and her sisters begin discussing a scandal involving Rhett. The first time they speak is in the Twelve Oaks library after Scarlett and Ashley have a fight.
Scarlett gives herself the most trouble. Her narcissism, ambition, stubborness, and lack of empathy for the feelings of others often bring about negative situations throughout the film. However, these character traits are the same ones that allow her and her family to survive and thrive during the...
There was no character named Marcie in Gone with the Wind.
== Answer == Badinov or badinoff "Badenov"(Based upon the real life actor Akim Tamiroff .)
The movie was not based on Raymond Patriarca. The Godfather (1972) was adapted from the novel by Mario Puzo. Puzo modeled the character of Don Vito Corleone on New York mob bosses Joe Profaci and Vito Genovese. Many of the events of his novel are based on actual incidents that occurred in the lives...
Dont be afraid of the dark is the movie your looking for i think
Charles Chaplin came to the United States in 1910.
Scarlett O'Hara was played by Vivian Leigh.
perhaps you are thinking of disc or videocassette covers of the palace of King Neptune from LITTLE MERMAID- which were said to have resembled male genitals- nothing dirty about Oz.
Clarence P. Odbody (played by Henry Travers).
The World, the Flesh , and the Devil, not occult but anti-Nuclear fright film.
Sissy Spacek played Loretta Lynn in the movie.
"Frankly my dear, I don't give a ( next word begins with "d" and rhymes with "ram")
One half of the comedy team Laurel and Hardy. one was fat, one skinny. it was Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy. oddly sounds rather Christmassy.
Alfred Hitchcock died April 29, 1980. "Ghost" was made in 1990. It was directed by Jerry Zucker.
Chase The Wild Pigeons: A novel of the Civil War
At the end of the movie, Clarence gave George Bailey the book "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer" with the inscription, "Remember, George. No man is a failure who has friends."
Loews Theater on December 15th 1939.
Because Corleone, Sicily, was too developed even in the early 1970s, the Sicilian town of Savoca, outside Taormina, was used for shooting the scenes where Michael is in exile in Italy.
Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall were married in a small ceremony at the country home of Bogart's close friend, Louis Bromfield at Malabar Farm in Lucas, Ohio on May 21, 1945.
The year was 1952, the stars were John Wayne and Maureen O'Hara. The setting was Ireland, and it was an excellent movie. Of interest was the strong character of O'Hara.
From "Snow White" -- Sleepy, Grumpy, Bashful, Sneezy, Doc, and Happy (Dopey is mute and cannot sing).
As soon as they show interest - Great Book for readers of all ages. It is much cleaner than many current novels, so children as young as nine or ten might be interested in reading if they are strong readers.
Samantha sang for herself.
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Telling Gandhis story to the world
Answer: never. http://www.esplatter.com/news.php?id=753
Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman
In Gene Wilder's movie, the oompa loompas had orange bodies and green hair
No. The movie was made in 1939 and he was a child of 10. His father was a minister and the family had nothing to do with movies.
It's hard to tell. While it isn't actually notated anywhere, if you look at the cover of the animated Disney movie, she is holding the wand in her right hand, suggesting that she is right-handed. However the 1991 movie Hook has Julia Roberts playing Tink and since Roberts is left-handed, so...
Clint Eastwood (Blondie), Lee Van Cleef (Angel Eyes) and Eli Wallach as Tuco.
A Smith & Wesson .44 Magnum revolver.
== Answer == "I'll think about that tomorrow" Considering the fact that she is the main character... there are to many to list here. Some well known lines are "Fiddle-dee Ashely says he likes a girls with a healthy appetite." "I'll think about it tomorrow, after all tomorrow...
Gerald O'Hara was originally from County Meath, Ireland.
The actor did not want to be recognised in the street anymore.
I always thought it was Sunset Boulevard. But the imdb entry for the movie (see the Related Link) alternately refers to the place where he picks her up as "Sunset Boulevard" and "Hollywood Boulevard," which I just don't understand. Perhaps he picked her up at the intersection of Sunset and Hollywood...
Julie Andrews. And its Poppins, not "Poopins".
It's possible but it should be noted that the book and film were done after she died. So she was not around to defend herself.
Gregory Peck was of Irish, English, and Scottish ancestry. Vivien Leigh was of English, Irish, and Armenian ancestry.
I do not think he is. Yes, he did look and sound a bit so in Maximum Overdrive, but I doubt he is in real life.