Richard Boone or David Janssen?

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This quiz is about two guys on the move.

There's Richard Boone. He's saddled up and cruising the West on Have Gun — Will Travel.

Then we have David Janssen. He's on the lam in The Fugitive.

Let's see if either has ever slowed down enough for you to know some of their biographical details. Are you familiar with either's work outside these shows? Let's find out with this handy-dandy quiz! Be sure to share your score in the comments section below.

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  1. Any idea which one of these actors starred on Broadway?
  2. Who starred in Harry O?
  3. Who was in The Green Berets with John Wayne?
  4. Who won an Emmy for the lead role in Medic?
  5. Who was the title role in Hec Ramsey?
  6. Who was Richard Diamond, Private Detective?
  7. Do you remember the 1968 movie The Shoes of the Fisherman? More importantly, who starred in it?
  8. Who starred in The Shootist?
  9. This actor voiced Smaug in the 1977 animated Tolkien adaptation The Hobbit.
  10. This one's a gimme: Who hosted The Richard Boone Show?

Richard Boone or David Janssen?

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texasluva 5 days ago

MrsPhilHarris not afraid of no monsters and claimed victory. Congrats MPH
Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein (1948) Comedy--Family--Fantasy-
Charles Barton---Walter Lantz-
Bud Abbott---Lou Costello---Lon Chaney Jr.---Bela Lugosi-
Glenn Strange---Lenore Aubert---Jane Randolph---Frank Ferguson-
The Wolf Man tries to warn a dimwitted porter that Dracula wants his brain for Frankenstein monster's body.
texasluva 5 days ago
Movie Quiz 05-24-2024 and movies + Entertainment

Sometimes all you need is a good laugh, complexity be damned. Sometimes all you want is a warm bath of familiarly, dually titillated by belly laughs of the most finely honed, classic slapstick, while shivering in reverence (maybe even in fright, if you're of the right disposition) at some of Universal's finest xxxxxxx mayhem. Which is why, sometimes, you can't do any better than romp around with xxx xxxxx & xxx xxxxxxxx, and their meeting with xxxxxxxxxxx (and friends) is arguably the most purely joyful escapist fun any of their mashes have to offer.
This is the film that really sparked my interest in horror films. IT is a comedy laced with horrific elements. It is a wonderful blend of the absurd with the scary There is so much good about this film that it is hard to begin. This is probably their best film outing both in their comic timing and their ability to play off each other so convincingly. Land this movies name and we all watch.

Sergio Mendes & Brasil '66 - Mas Que Nada (1966) -

The America We Knew SPECIAL: October 1970-

Columbo Gets a Confession -

Coming your way next week: Big Time Directors-
Billy Wilder:
Witness for the Prosecution (1957) ORIGINAL TRAILER- The ending will shock you.

William Wyler:
The Big Country (1958) ORIGINAL TRAILER --

Joseph L. Mankiewicz:
A Letter to Three Wives(1949)

Tall Blonde Lingerie Model on "What's My Line?"-

Human League - Don't You Want Me (1982) [REMASTERED HD]--

Your Movies for Tonight--

Jaws (1975) Adventure--Mystery--Thriller-
Steven Spielberg
Roy Scheider---Robert Shaw---Richard Dreyfuss-
Lorraine Gary---Murray Hamilton--
When a killer shark unleashes chaos on a beach community off Cape Cod, it's up to a local sheriff, a marine biologist, and an old seafarer to hunt the beast down.

The Maltese Falcon (1941) Crime--Film-Noir--Mystery-
John Huston
Humphrey Bogart---Mary Astor---Gladys George---Peter Lorre--Elisha Cook Jr.-
Barton MacLane---Lee Patrick---Sydney Greenstreet---Ward Bond-
San Francisco private detective Sam Spade takes on a case that involves him with three eccentric criminals, a gorgeous liar and their quest for a priceless statuette, with the stakes rising after his partner is murdered.

Saboteur (1942) Thriller--War-One of my favorite early Hitchcock with drama and some fun.
Alfred Hitchcock
Priscilla Lane---Robert Cummings---Otto Kruger---Alan Baxter-
Clem Bevans---Norman Lloyd (the bad guy in this died just 3 years ago at 106)
A young man accused of sabotage goes on the run to prove his innocence.

Backfire (1950) Crime-Film--Noir--Mystery-
Vincent Sherman
Viveca Lindfors---Dane Clark---Virginia Mayo-
Edmond O'Brien---Gordon MacRae---Ed Begley-

Road To Bali (1952) Adventure--Comedy--Fantasy -
Hal Walker
Bing Crosby---Bob Hope---Dorothy Lamour---Murvyn Vye-
Two unemployed show-biz pals accept treasure-diving work in Bali for a local princess and they find treasure, love and trouble.

Zero Hour! (1957) Action--Adventure--Drama-
Hall Bartlett
Dana Andrews---Linda Darnell---Sterling Hayden---Elroy 'Crazylegs' Hirsch-
Geoffrey Toone---Peggy King---Jerry Paris---Patricia Tiernan-
In 1950s Canada, during a commercial flight, the pilots and some passengers suffer food poisoning, thus forcing an ex-WWII fighter pilot (Dana Andrews) to try to land the airliner in heavy fog.

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Someone or someone's were using bots to overcrowd IA so it would not function. It went bad again today but back up again after another 5 hours kaput. It was called a DDOS attack. Why? Maybe just because someone could. Maybe they wanted to put it down because of American's Memorial Day or others. This is is the world state of affairs goings on. Hacking, stealing, making others pay to bring sites back up. Many nations sponsor it.

Glad you enjoyed Columbo. I did myself.
We had an attack on drug store chain. It was the Russians. They wanted $25 million or would post the info they hacked. Drugstore said no.

Columbo was great. Got a kick out of it.
I am without power last 12 hrs. Storm was a bad one. Maybe tonight, tomorrow or? In car garage charging cell. Get back to you later
Wow! I hope you are safe.
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texasluva 4 days ago
It is easy sometimes until you really know a person in their own environment. You fall in love then ("Oh wait a minute!) Wrong choice 😬
KJExpress 4 days ago
That "badges" quote was used by someone in my office not too long ago. I couldn't place it at the time. There's another actor who played a lot of Mexican characters. I get the two of them mixed up. Pedro Gonzalez Gonzalez.

Vera Miles was in some great movies. Also several Disney movies and she was a guest star on many TV shows. I always liked her performances and she was attractive without that "glamorous" look so many actresses go for.
texasluva 3 days ago
I have another great movie showing on Friday besides the other 3 I touted and a couple of movies for the Memorial Day week. It is called Autumn Leaves. It stars Joan Crawford--Cliff Robinson, Vera Miles and Lorne Green play some shady characters. I thought it was a great movie and a ton of Drama. For sure an edge of your seat one. Opens with a song sung by Nat King Cole (wonderful) . Starts innocent enough but then some crazy things happen which not only put the characters into a serious situations but the viewers also. I know that some think of Crawford's storied past and may not feel comfortable but I had no such feelings since I knew little about Joan's history. Even thought the movie should have scored a little higher. Kind of liked her hair-do she usually is not known for.
KJExpress 3 days ago
Sounds interesting. I have not seen that movie before. Sounds like a good cast and I like Nat King Cole's music.
Virginia_Field 14 days ago
9 out of 10. Both are favorites of mine.
bukhrn 16 days ago
9/10, Missed #4, as I've never heard of Medic
ww245 18 days ago
8/10 Bad guesses lol....knew the rest.....
ironman2000 18 days ago

10 of 10, big fan of both of them.
FestusFan2312 18 days ago
10/10. I always liked Richard Boone. For the most part, his presence and abilities were wasted by movie producers. Extremely powerful in any medium. Everyone thinks of him in the iconic Have Gun Will Travel but I loved Hec Ramsey just as much. It’s a shame Hec appeared in only 6 or so episodes of NBC Mystery Theatre. Hec was every bit as good as Columbo but a little “edgier”.
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