I was going to push on to "The Toast of New York" today, but I forgot I had to give the answers to Monday's trivia/screen cap fire sale. We'll talk about that movie next week.
We had some pretty good guesses, and I think Karen swept the most right answers. I'm especially amazed at guessing number 1, my favorite, from "The Narrow Margin" (1952). This sublime moment of chaos, as seemingly comic as it it intense, could be from any movie.
Number 2 is our old friend Zazu Pitts in "The Bargain of the Century" (1933).
Number 3 is James Cagney and the back of Gladys George's head in "The Roaring Twenties" (1939).
Number 4 is Jennifer Jones and John Garfield in "We Were Strangers" (1949).
Number 5 is -- Yes, Yvette! Kerwin Mathews (I never thought anybody would get that) and Brian Keith from "5 Against the House" (1955).
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