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« on: August 09, 2008, 04:13:20 PM »

Ok...I'm gonna get on the band wagon with the "100" thing too! It's kinda fun!

 The thing here is...well...B movie actors and actresses! The people who went above and beyond to give us great performances in crappy films!  (As in the previous lists...kinda wanna limit one to a post....)

 I will start with...uh...hmmmmmmmm...OH!

1. BELA LUGOSI! (didn't see that coming,eh,  Lookingup )

The man was phenomanel. Even during the succsess of DRACULA, MURDERS in the RUE MORGUE, and his Universal classics,he still had the time to do great tripe like The PHANTOM CREEPS, the MYSTERIOUS MR.WONG and  DEATH KISS. And All those PRC and Monogram films...plus his stint with Ed Wood! A trouper!
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1.Bela Lugosi
2.John Agar
3.Audey Murphy
4.Richard Johnson
5.Bruce Campbell
6.Tom Atkins
7.Linnea Quigley
8.Vincent Price
9.Jeffery Combs
10.James Karen
11.John Carradine
12.Dick Miller
13.Barbra Steele
14.Micheal Ironside
15.Cameron Mitchell
16.Pam Grier
17.Geo.Kennedy
18.Sid Haig
19.Phil Fondacaro
20.Christopher Lee
21.Mary Woronov
22.Tor Johnson
23.Buck Flower
24.Micheal Gough
25.PJ Soles
26.Bruce Dern
27.Boris Karloff
28.Rowdy Roddy Piper
29.Mamie Van Doren
30.Elisha Cook Jr.
31.Zoe Trilling
32.Brinke Stevens
33.Richard Carlson
34.Clint Howard
35.Lon Chaney Jr.
36.Dolores Fuller
37.Virginia Leith
38.Faith Domergue
39.George Zucco
40.J.Carrol Naish
41. Steve  Reeves
42.Don Johnson
43.David Carridine
44.Chelo Alonso
45.Warren Oates
46.John Saxon
47.Klaus Kinski
48.Ernest Borgnine
49.Victor Bueno
50.Micheal Berryman
51.Simon Oakland
52.Dennis Hopper
53.Tura Santana
54.Peter Lorre
55.Lionel Atwill
56.Jackie Coogan
57.Lana Clarkson
58.Candice Hilligoss
59.Rondo Hatton
60.Allison Hayes
61.Maila Nurmi
62.William Shatner
63.Sybil Danning
64.Arch Hall Jr.
65.Eduardo Cianelli
66.Maria Ouspenskaya
67.Peter Graves
68.Angelo Rossitto
69.Lee Van Cleef
70.William Smith
71.Jayne Mainsfield
72.Divine
73.Mantan Mooreland
74. The Amazing Criswell
75. Maureen O'Sullivan
76.Adam West
77.Robert Vaughn
78.Whit Bissell
79..Peter Cushing
80.James Arness
81.Harvey Lembeck
82.Chuck Conners
83.Beverly Garland
84.Russ Tamblyn
85.Fred Williamson
86.Jack Nicholson
87.Patrick Swayse
88.Dolph Lundgren
89.Elizabeth Russell
90.Randolph Scott
91.Roddy McDowall
92.Jack Elam
93.John Bloom
95.Geofrrey Lewis
96.Donald Pleasnce
97.Marjoe Gortner
98.Eddie Parker
99.Udo Kier
100. Martin Kosleck

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« Reply #1 on: August 09, 2008, 04:22:41 PM »

2. JOHN AGAR: highly entertaining in some of strangest and weirdest films of all time. Few could play over the top like Agar. His credits include THE BRAIN FROM PLANET AROUS, THE MOLE PEOPLE, JOURNEY TO THE SEVENTH PLANET, DAUGHTER OF DR. JEKYLL, TARANTULA, ZONTAR THE THING FROM VENUS, CURSE OF THE SWAMP CREATURE and WOMEN OF THE PREHISTORIC PLANET.

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« Reply #2 on: August 09, 2008, 04:26:48 PM »

GREAT CHOICE!  Thumbup I agree 100%! What would the 50's have been without John Agar?

Trivia Time: In the 1976 KING KONG big budget travesty, he played the Mayor of New York! ( I would vote for him!)
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« Reply #3 on: August 09, 2008, 04:40:29 PM »

A few more - Kenneth Tobey;
                  Morris Ankrum;
                  Faith Domerque;
                  Audie Murphy;
                 
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« Reply #4 on: August 09, 2008, 04:53:20 PM »

A few more - Kenneth Tobey;
                  Morris Ankrum;
                  Faith Domerque;
                  Audie Murphy;
                 

I don't wanna be anal retentive...but I kinda wanna do this one by one. All great  suggestions though...can you pick one for #3?

(I like how when I typed the # all I had to do was release  the button and remove my finger to type in 3...how many times does that happen?...so fantastic!)

 Those are ALL great choices...but I kinda want to limit one to a post...it just kind of makes it easier, and more fun for everyone else....
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« Reply #5 on: August 09, 2008, 05:14:50 PM »

Sorry I got carried away!
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« Reply #6 on: August 09, 2008, 05:23:27 PM »

#4. Richard Johnson, star of The Haunting, Fulci's Zombie (1980), The Monster Club, and Screamers (1979).
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« Reply #7 on: August 09, 2008, 05:26:18 PM »

Sorry I got carried away!

Iz awright! Getting Carried Away is my middle name ! (Dam my parents!)   Smile

Sooo who do you pick out of the four choices?  Question
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« Reply #8 on: August 09, 2008, 05:32:12 PM »

I'm surprised nobody has nominated him yet even though we're only 5 in but...

5.  Bruce Campbell
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« Reply #9 on: August 09, 2008, 05:41:28 PM »

I think we'll go with Audie Murphy for the slot. A highly decorated war hero who became a prolific star of numerous 'B-Westerns' of varying quality as well as a few 'A' pictures such as "The Unforgiven" and "The Red Badge Of Courage".
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« Reply #10 on: August 09, 2008, 05:47:18 PM »

I think we'll go with Audie Murphy for the slot. A highly decorated war hero who became a prolific star of numerous 'B-Westerns' of varying quality as well as a few 'A' pictures such as "The Unforgiven" and "The Red Badge Of Courage".

Audey Murphey is a great choice...one of the first "non"-actors to make it in the movie biz!  Thumbup Thumbup Thumbup
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« Reply #11 on: August 09, 2008, 06:19:40 PM »

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« Reply #12 on: August 09, 2008, 06:30:00 PM »

#6. I'll go with the immortal Linnea Quigley (she's been on my mind lately  Smile):



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« Reply #13 on: August 09, 2008, 06:51:20 PM »

I think we'll go with Audie Murphy for the slot. A highly decorated war hero who became a prolific star of numerous 'B-Westerns' of varying quality as well as a few 'A' pictures such as "The Unforgiven" and "The Red Badge Of Courage".

Audie Murphy is a from my hometown of Greenville - well, actually, Greenville, Celeste, and Farmersville all claim him - but Greenville is the county seat, and we have a museum dedicated to him with a 16 foot bronze statue out front.  Inside you can see his uniform, medals, movie memorabilia, and the instrument panel of the plane he was flying in when a crash took his life all too soon.

28 major decorations for valor from four countries . . . but he hated to be called a hero.  He said the real heroes were the guys who never made it back.
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« Reply #14 on: August 09, 2008, 06:59:20 PM »

And who can forget the "lipstick trick" from NIGHT OFTHE DEMONS---the most innoative use of a scream queen's nipples in modern exploitation history?

I saw that movie a few days ago, that scene is quite disturbing if I do say so myself.
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