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Old 09-04-2005, 03:48 PM
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Wow great work done LadyMacAlpine. Thank you!!!
You are welcome I'm just getting started there are more movies and photo's to add I have. I'm trying to group them by movie to make it easier to view. It's also nice to have a beautiful subject to work with as Grace was. Her heart was good before she ever became a Princess as the photo's and captions of the charities she used her fame to help. She used her status as a Princess to further it for those in need. I will be updating each as I come across new info as I just did.
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Old 09-04-2005, 04:23 PM
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Rear Window 1954

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http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0047396/trailers

For more information on the movie itself http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0047396/

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Plot Outline: A wheelchair bound photographer spies on his neighbours from his apartment window and becomes convinced one of them has committed murder.
Newest link http://www.filmsite.org/rear.html
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I located some trailers for the movies I haven't seen them yet only attached them for viewing. As I located I will add them as more photo's.
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I just came across this TV listing American movie watchers you can still catch a few this month. Grace Kelly Current Month TV Schedule http://www.tv-now.com/stars/grace.html
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Voice Clips

This link will take you to voice clips from the films High Society, Rear Window, To, Catch a Thief http://www.geocities.com/Hollywood/Academy/5003/?20054
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Fourteen Hours

Work in progress looking for photo's on this one. Beamovclassics.club.fr
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Old 09-05-2005, 09:41 AM
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Here are 3 photo's of Princess Grace that I like very much. The second is a personal photo I have beside my computer. Filmbug
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she was beautiful. A shame she died so tragically.
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Old 09-22-2005, 01:47 PM
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LOVED To Catch A Thief and High Society.

I've never seen The Country Girl or The Swan though, is anyone able to give a brief idea of the storylines?
I've seen a remake of Rear Window, but have no idea if it's anything like the original, it probably isn't because I'm a fan of Alfred Hitchcock and I don't think anyone can remake his films with anywhere near the same quality.
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LOVED To Catch A Thief and High Society.

I've never seen The Country Girl or The Swan though, is anyone able to give a brief idea of the storylines?
I've seen a remake of Rear Window, but have no idea if it's anything like the original, it probably isn't because I'm a fan of Alfred Hitchcock and I don't think anyone can remake his films with anywhere near the same quality.
Check this link I posted photo's, trailers and links on it for her movies. http://www.theroyalforums.com/forums...378#post277378
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To Catch A Thief - Most Definitely!!!!! I love the sharp dialogue and the looks between Cary Grant and Grace Kelly - lots of inuendo and leaves much to the imagination of the viewer. Her outfits were just gorgeous especially today and so feminine! Definitely a classic movie with two great actors!
I second that!
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Check this link I posted photo's, trailers and links on it for her movies. http://www.theroyalforums.com/forums...378#post277378
Thanks alot!:)
I found it really helpful. The pics were great!
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Thanks alot!:)
I found it really helpful. The pics were great!
You're welcome
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I find it interesting that while the movie channels run "The Philadelphia Story" nearly every month, I have yet (in seven months of weekly searching) to see "High Society" shown. Its the same story for %^&* sakes.

And in nearly eighteen months, I have neither found "The Swan" or "The Country Girl" but I have seen/found nearly every Marilyn Monroe movie!!

I thought for sure that when her husband died, her son took the throne and/or the anniversary of her death would spark more than the same ol' "To Catch a Thief", "Dial M for Murder" and "Rear Window" reruns.

Don't get me wrong, they are good films and Grace is excellent in them but I would so like to see her full body of work. It was truly a treasure to finally watch "Mogambo" and see what all the fuss was with her and Clark Gable. Next on the 'hit list' is "Green Fire".

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I find it interesting that while the movie channels run "The Philadelphia Story" nearly every month, I have yet (in seven months of weekly searching) to see "High Society" shown. Its the same story for %^&* sakes.

And in nearly eighteen months, I have neither found "The Swan" or "The Country Girl" but I have seen/found nearly every Marilyn Monroe movie!!

I thought for sure that when her husband died, her son took the throne and/or the anniversary of her death would spark more than the same ol' "To Catch a Thief", "Dial M for Murder" and "Rear Window" reruns.

Don't get me wrong, they are good films and Grace is excellent in them but I would so like to see her full body of work. It was truly a treasure to finally watch "Mogambo" and see what all the fuss was with her and Clark Gable. Next on the 'hit list' is "Green Fire".

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You might try Block Busters videos they have her movies here. They can also order one or you can over the Internet how I found the movie Albert is in.
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You might try Block Busters videos they have her movies here. They can also order one or you can over the Internet how I found the movie Albert is in.
By the way, how was the movie that Prince Albert was in?
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By the way, how was the movie that Prince Albert was in?
It wasn't the best movie I have seen he had a few lines. Will be posting photo's of him later from it I need to upload them to a site.
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This link will be for a limited time only its on EBay and you can't copy the photo. http://cgi.ebay.com/1956-Lustre-Crem...QQcmdZViewItem
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Here it is! Ciao!
Good for you you were able to copy it and at the very bottom you can see 'The Swan'
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I would have to say that "To Catch a Thief", after seeing it only recently, is probably my favourite Grace movie, followed very, very, closely by "Rear Window". I like "Dial M for Murder" as well, but her performance couldn't make up for the rest of the film. It was still really good, but not Hitchcock's best 'creation'. Another favourite of mine is "High Society". It was one of my grandmother's favourite movies, and after she died, I was given her copy of the movie and really enjoyed it.
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