Sep 3, 2011

When I say, you say #6: Book

Welcome, welcome to a new edition of When I say, you say, the game in which I say a word and you share your first (first) classic movie related thought. Film titles, movie scenes, characters, passages from actors' biographies, etc, etc...

So, when I say BOOK, you say....


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14 comments:

  1. The Heiress !
    I love the book, the play and the movie.
    - Java

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  2. Clara, I admit that "bookie" immediately leapt to my mind because of my latest blog post about the 1941 bookmaker/gamblers vs. Nazis/Fifth Columnist comedy-thriller ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT. :-) Otherwise, my novel-in-progress THE PARANOIA CLUB would have come into my head first. Yeah, I know -- me, me, me, it's always about me! I'm so ashamed! :-) But seriously, your word games are always fun!

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  3. The Big Sleep! I love the movie and the book.

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  4. To Kill a Mockingbird was my first thought :D

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  5. "Gone With the Wind."
    And, also, "To Be or Not To Be" - the scene where Carole Lombard is at the bookstore looking for a copy of Anna Karenina. :)

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  6. "Candle", thinking of the mobie "Bell, Book, and Candle".

    Yeah, that's probably not what you had in mind.

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  7. Patricia (Caftan Woman)September 4, 2011 at 11:56 AM

    Jo March writing in her attic.

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  8. The Eleanor Parker and Ronald Reagan movie "One of the Book" (Also known as "Voice of the Turtle") :)

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  9. Buenos días Clara!
    Book me recuerda a una serie de libros escritos por Terence Moix, se llama Mis Inmortales del Cine, y es una recopilación, siempre según el autor, de los mejores actores y actrices entre las décadas de los 30 hasta los 70. El origen de estos libros, fue uno pequeñito que se llamaba Hollywood Stories, que contaba una serie de anécdotas de la época de oro del cine norteamericano.
    Saludos,

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  10. Isn't there a scene in *Leave Her to Heaven* where Gene Tierney reads a book? I haven't seen that film (yet) but I have seen images of her reading from that film.

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  11. I think of Katherine Hepburn talking to Jimmy Stewart on the way back from the library in "Philadelphia Story."

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  12. the_old_movie_houseSeptember 6, 2011 at 6:39 PM

    I think of Kim Hunter reading her lovers books while he's in a doctors care in the film A Matter Of Life And Death (released in states as Stairway To Heaven)

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  13. the ghost and mrs. muir; not everyday i see a film about a ghost and a lady collaborating in writing a book together. and then fall in love with each other!

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