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Thread: Random Actress Thread: The Attack of the Superfelicias

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    Quote Originally Posted by BTN View Post
    This is a classic review of Marsha Mason. Meaner than anything here!

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    LMAO! d r a g g e d.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BTN View Post
    This is a classic review of Marsha Mason. Meaner than anything here!

    https://ibb.co/iZgdfn
    "Pushing, pushing, pushing..." I. Am. LIVING...!
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    Most of the review says : "she's plain, so she doesn't deserve to be a leading nominee" ... I'm not agree with this.


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    The Farmer's Daughter was a big commercial success and Loretta was the soul of the movie ! I really love her in it, even her swedish accent. I have always loved the scene she explains how mony things she can do ("... And I make glögg" is one of my favorite line ever ).
    I don't know ... sometimes, little movie has something special.

    I like all the 1947 nominees, except McGuire, who has an awful role and is not even confortable in it (and she is an amazing actress). Roz is powerful but very theatrical, Crawford and Hayward give one of their best performances (and I love them too ... in fact, Crawford, Hayward and Young in my top 10 actresses of the Golden Ages ... and Roz is probably 11th ! ). I think Crawford was really terrific in the 50 and most of her movies in the 50 are among the best melodramas ever (I mean Autumn Leaves ? ).

    PS : I think the Bullock comparaison is very appropriate;


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    Quote Originally Posted by francesco-natale View Post
    Most of the review says : "she's plain, so she doesn't deserve to be a leading nominee" ... I'm not agree with this.
    If "plain" is a euphemism for "evil incarnate", I'm totally on board w/ Schickel...
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    Today I saw Margaret Sullavan in The Good Fairy and

    What a natural she was god, just the way she winked...

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    She's... Bette Davis wishes she had had her talent.

    Thank you for so much

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    Quote Originally Posted by McTeague View Post
    She's... Bette Davis wishes she had had her talent.
    Two different kinds of talents. We can have and enjoy both...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pingy View Post
    Two different kinds of talents. We can have and enjoy both...


    It's a pity though that she has a small repertoire, as we can't enjoy her talents in more things (I'm yet to see some films of her though )

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    Dunne or Arthur could have been a good comparaison (especially Dunne who had exactly the same repertoire).


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    Quote Originally Posted by Pingy View Post
    Two different kinds of talents. We can have and enjoy both...
    Well duh! But I like to highlight the fact that many actresses have been as good or better than the most famous ones, and that fame or a long career depend on many factors besides talent. Gloria Grahame or Margaret Sullavan are examples of actresses who saw their careers end too soon for a number of reasons, and who, because of that and a couple other factors, don't have the prestige a Bette Davis or a Kate Hepburn have, but who are as talented or more as those two were.

    Thank you for so much

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    For Ash Wednesday. One of my all time guilty pleasure faves. And since it's Valentine's Day, we'll do it in French.


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    The pearls here are more than non-negotiable... They're ESSENTIAL...!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pingy View Post
    The pearls here are more than non-negotiable... They're ESSENTIAL...!
    Elizabeth is ESSENTIAL.

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