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Wow, had no idea that there was a earlier-era "Harrison Ford".

(...wonder how many people also don't?)
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KayFrancis wrote: February 18th, 2023, 3:34 am The Harrison Ford film was The Nervous Wreck 1926 comedy

The musical comedy remake was 1930 Whoopee starring Eddie Cantor

Up In Arms starring Danny Kaye was a musical comedy (1944 ) also based on both films
???
I'm bumping my answer up since it's on the previous page so Coffeedan can see the answer. We'll give him till tomw, then I'll post the next one so the thread isn't tied up.
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KayFrancis wrote: February 18th, 2023, 3:34 am The Harrison Ford film was The Nervous Wreck 1926 comedy

The musical comedy remake was 1930 Whoopee starring Eddie Cantor

Up In Arms starring Danny Kaye was a musical comedy (1944 ) also based on both films
???
Correct on both counts! I saw THE NERVOUS WRECK at Cinevent a few years ago. It's a pretty funny film in its own right.

Didn't know about UP IN ARMS, though. I'll have to take a closer look at that.

Sorry about the delay in responding -- I was getting my computer serviced today. Carry on!
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Thanks.

Next: A woman is in an ambulance with her husband who shot himself because she left him and he needs money. She tells him she loves him and will give him back all the jewels he had given her
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Delete duplicate post. Post is above
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KayFrancis wrote: February 19th, 2023, 12:55 pm Thanks.

Next: A woman is in an ambulance with her husband who shot himself because she left him and he needs money. She tells him she loves him and will give him back all the jewels he had given her
Baby Face (1933)
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Swithin wrote: February 19th, 2023, 10:44 pm
KayFrancis wrote: February 19th, 2023, 12:55 pm Thanks.

Next: A woman is in an ambulance with her husband who shot himself because she left him and he needs money. She tells him she loves him and will give him back all the jewels he had given her
Baby Face (1933)
Yes, it's Baby Face. Love this film and Barbara Stanwyck's performance was terrific . One of my very favorite pre-codes. So happy you know the film, every classic film lover should know this one. Your turn Swithin
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Professor is addressing an outdoor gathering at his university. He embraces a woman, who mentions her underwear.
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KayFrancis wrote: February 19th, 2023, 10:55 pm . . . every classic film lover should know this one . . .
Piffle! No movie should be known by every classic film lover!
"Start every day off with a smile and get it over with." -- W.C. Fields
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EP Millstone wrote: February 20th, 2023, 9:42 pm
Piffle! No movie should be known by every classic film lover!
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Watching until the end.
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LawrenceA wrote: February 20th, 2023, 9:44 pm Image
. . . but only when fully medicated!
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Swithin wrote: February 20th, 2023, 8:48 pm Professor is addressing an outdoor gathering at his university. He embraces a woman, who mentions her underwear.
Quoting myself -- I don't understand the Gummo interruption, EP, much as I love that film. My clue is above, here it is again:

Professor is addressing an outdoor gathering at his university. He embraces a woman, who mentions her underwear.
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Swithin wrote: February 20th, 2023, 8:48 pm Professor is addressing an outdoor gathering at his university. He embraces a woman, who mentions her underwear.
Hint: A duck plays an important role in the film.
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aah-hah...
Journey to the Center of the Earth
w/James Mason ?

:smiley_chinrub:
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ziggy6708a wrote: February 22nd, 2023, 12:12 am aah-hah...
Journey to the Center of the Earth
w/James Mason ?

:smiley_chinrub:
That's right ziggy. The clue about the underwear refers to Madame Goteborg, who utters the last line of the film (apart from the song): "I warn you, I'm wearing stays again!"
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