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Reb6126 Aug 27
The exquisite flower detail on the neckline!
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Lisa Smithstead πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆ Oct 5
Favourite film of the teaching term this week. β€œHe says that I’m spoiled and selfish and pampered and thoroughly insincere… β€œ β€œNow that’s a fine man to fall in love with.” β€œOh, he’s MARVELLOUS!"
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β›© 𝑫𝒆𝒂𝒕𝒉 π’ƒπ’š π‘―π’Šπ’ƒπ’‚π’„π’‰π’Š β›© 15 Nov 19
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KSCA 25 Nov 19
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Lewis Anderson Feb 24
New Blu-Ray purchases: 1. Roma (2018) Criterion Dir. . 2. It Happened One Night (1934) Criterion. Dir. Frank Capra. . πŸ“½
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Abigail Edwards πŸ“š Aug 27
So, I have been using as my inspiration for a scene in my MS where my hero and heroine get stuck in a cabin and then this movie is suddenly TRENDING?! A sign I’m on the right track?
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Lorraine Hickman Aug 27
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Musa ParadisΓ­aca Nov 4
Part One The HARBOR at Miami Beach FADES IN, providing quick VIEWS of yachts, aquaplanes, and luxurious ship-craft lying at anchor in the calm, tranquil waters of tropical Florida. This dissolves to the NAME PLATE on the side of a yacht,...
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Sarah Uthoff Aug 27
I love this couple talking about them. I think it's the rare exception to the rule of show don't tell.
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Aye Em Miles Aug 27
Replying to @Lady_Brightwood
Twitter is filled with a bunch of Shipleys
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HazelFlagg 12 Nov 19
A candid shot of adorable and . He added lunacy to some of the best screwballs ever made. , . Sometimes he was the sole reason for a movie to be (She Couldn't Take It).
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Reb6126 Aug 27
Such a perfect ending.
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The Criterion Project Nov 12
New episode! We are talking about the classic IT HAPPENED ONE NIGHT Available wherever you listen to podcasts
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Lorraine Hickman Aug 27
Clark Gable had trouble talking & undressing in the cabin scene. So he ditched the tee and destroyed the men's undergarment industry. It became cool to not wear an undershirt, which resulted in a large drop in undershirt sales around the country.
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Gigih Setiawan May 30
5 Oscars Winner of 1935 πŸ‘Œ Clark Gable and Claudette Colbert directed by Frank Capra πŸ‘
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Julie... Aug 27
I can't adequately express just how much I adore this movie ❣️😍
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πŸ“½πŸŽž'β„‚π”žπ”―πš’ 𝕠𝖓, 𝕆𝔩𝕕 β„π˜°π–‘π–‘π•ͺπš π–”π–”π••!πŸŽ„πŸŽ…πŸ» Dec 19
The scene that tanked undershirt sales in 1934!πŸ˜‚ takes it off & makes in , 1934.πŸ“½ , , & !β˜€οΈπŸ˜΄πŸ₯³
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RD Bacon Aug 27
Clark Gable mansplaining donut dunking to Claudette Colbert
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Mohammed Olokode Aug 27
And so, Peter and Ellen are now Mr and Mrs. Warne. ❀️❀️❀️❀️
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Oscar Loves Film Club Nov 17
NEW EPISODE KLAXON! Oscar Loves... The Open Road. It Happened One Night (1934) and Midnight Cowboy (1969). Join the club and listen at or wherever you find your podcasts.
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