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Affleck, BenActor
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Caine, MichaelActor
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Carrey, JimActor
Clooney, GeorgeActor
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Crowe, RussellActor
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Duvall, RobertActor
Eastwood, ClintActor
Estevez, EmilioActor
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Ford, HarrisonActor
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Gibson, MelActor
Levitt, Joseph GordonActor
Grant, HughActor
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Hart, KevinActor
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Hopkins, AnthonyActor
Jackman, HughActor
Johnson, DwayneActor
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Martin, SteveActor
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Murphy, EddieActor
Murray, BillActor
Neeson, LiamActor
Nicholson, JackActor
Nimoy, LeonardActor
Norton, EdwardActor
Pacino, AlActor
Patrick, DanActor
O'Toole, PeterActor
Pratt, ChrisActor
Quaid, DennisActor
Quinn, AnthonyActor
Pitt, BradActor
Pratt, ChrisActorNEW 14 June
Redford, RobertActor
Reeves, KeanuActor
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Reynolds, RyanActor
Rudd PaulActor
Russell, KurtActor
Sandler, AdamActor
Schwarzenegger, ArnoldActor
Sheen, CharlieActor
Sheen, MartinActor
Smith, WillActor
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Tatum, ChanningActor
Travolta, JohnActor
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Walken, ChristopherActor
Washington, DenzelActor
Williams, RobinActor
Willis, BruceActor
Wilson, OwenActor
Adams, AmyActress
Andrews, JulieActress
Aniston, JenniferActress
Banks, ElizabethActress
Berry, HalleActressNEW 29 May

Blanchett, Cate
Actress
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Bullock, SandraActress
Diaz, CameronActress
Fonda, JaneActress
Foster, JodieActressNEW Published 4 June
Hathaway, AnneActress
Hawn, GoldieActress
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Jolie, AngelinaActress
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Kendrick, AnnaActress
Kunis, MilaActress
Lawrence, JenniferActress
Loren SophiaActress
MacLaine, ShirleyActress
McDormand, FrancesActress
Moore, JulianneActress
Portman, NatalieActress
Reynolds, DebbieActress
Roberts, JuliaActress
Ryan, MegActress
Sarandon, SusanActress
Stone, EmmaActress
Streep, MerylActress
Streisand, BarbraActress
Theron, CharlizeActress
Best Picture Oscar WinnersCategory, Awards
Best Actor Oscar WinnersCategory, Awards
Best Actress Oscar WinnersCategory, Awards
Best Supporting Actor Oscar WinnersCategory Awards
Best Director Oscar WinnersCategory Awards
Best Supporting Actress Oscar WinnersCategory Awards
Current Actors without Oscar NominationCategory, Awards
Classic Actors without Oscar NominationCategory, Awards
Razzies 1988-2015Category, Awards
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Allen, WoodyDirector
Anderson, WesDirector
Cameron, JamesDirector
Eastwood, ClintDirector
Joel CoenDirector
DeMille, Cecil B.Director
Fincher, DavidDirector
Ford, JohnDirector
Gilliam, TerryDirector
Hawks, HowardDirector
Hill, George RoyDirector
Hitchcock, AlfredDirector
Howard, RonDirector
Huston, JohnDirectorNEW 8 June
Kubrick, StanleyDirector
Lean, DavidDirector
Nolan, ChristopherDirector
Poitier, SidneyDirector
Ramis, HaroldDirector
Redford, RobertDirector
Scorsese, MartinDirector
Scott, RidleyDirector
Scott, TonyDirector
Shyamalan, M. NightDirector
Spielberg, StevenDirector
Tarantino, QuentinDirector
Wilder, BillyDirector
Wyler, WilliamDirector
Zinnemann, FredDirector
1939 Yearly ReviewCategory, Year Review
1946 Yearly ReviewCategory, Year Review
2011 Yearly ReviewCategory, Year Review
2012 Yearly ReviewCategory, Year Review
2013 Yearly ReviewCategory, Year Review
2015 Yearly ReviewCategory, Year Review
$100 Million Dollar Movies 1930-2015Category
1418 Movies in 2013Category
Top 250 MoviesCategory
100 Best Reviewed MoviesCategory
Danny Peary Cult Movies Volume 4Category
Computer Animated MoviesCategory
Disney, WaltCategory
Hardy, AndyCategory
True Story MoviesCategory
James Bond Movies ComparedCategory
Marvel Movies vs DC Movies Category
My Top 50 Movies in 1988Category
DC MoviesCategory
Actors in Dual Iconic RolesCategory
Disney Animated Category
Dreamworks vs Pixar Movies ComparedCategory
Marvel MoviesCategory
Harry Potter MoviesCategory
Iconic Movie Roles By AgeCategory
Ma and Pa Kettle MoviesCategory
Roger Ebert TributeCategory
Star Trek MoviesCategory
Star Wars MoviesCategory
Terminator vs Looper Category
Twilight MoviesCategory
5 Movies I Only Seem To LikeCategory
Top 100 Cogerson Movie Score Sport MoviesCategory, Sports
Baseball MoviesCategory, Sports
Basketball MoviesCategory, Sports
Boxing MoviesCategory, Sports
Football MoviesCategory, Sports
Golf MoviesCategory, Sports
Hockey MoviesCategory, Sports
Olympics MoviesCategory, Sports
Racing MoviesCategory, Sports
Soccer MoviesCategory, Sports
Other Sports MoviesCategory, Sports
Top 100 Box Office Hit Sports MoviesCategory, Sports
Top 100 Best Reviewed Sports MoviesCategory, Sports
Top 400 Sports MoviesCategory, Sports
All-Time Hollywood Baseball Team Category, Sports
RFL PreviewCategory, Sports
RBL Draft SheetCategory, Sports
17 Years RFLCategory, Sports
Abbott & CostelloActor, Classic
Astaire, FredActor, Classic
Bogart, HumphreyActor, Classic
Brando, MarlonActor, Classic
Bronson, CharlesActor, Classic
Cagney, JamesActor, Classic
Chaplin, CharlieActor, Classic
Clift, MontgomeryActor, Classic
Coburn, JamesActor, Classic
Connery, SeanActor, Classic
Cooper, GaryActor, Classic
Crosby, BingActor, Classic
Dean, JamesActor, Classic
Douglas, KirkActor, Classic
Flynn, ErrolActor, Classic
Garfield, JohnActor, Classic
Fonda, HenryActor, Classic
Gable, ClarkActor, Classic
Garner, JamesActor, Classic
Grant, CaryActor, Classic
Hackman, GeneActor, Classic
Heston, CharltonActor, Classic
Holden, WilliamActor, Classic
Hope, BobActor, Classic
Hudson, RockActor, Classic
Kaye, DannyActor, Classic
Kelly, GeneActor, Classic
Lancaster, BurtActor, Classic
Lemmon, JackActor, Classic
Lewis, JerryActor, Classic
Martin, DeanActor, Classic
Marvin, LeeActor, ClassicNEW 30 May
Marx BrothersActor, Classic
Mason, JamesActor, Classic
Matthau, WalterActor, Classic
Mitchum, RobertActor, Classic
Niven, DavidActor, Classic
Olivier, LaurenceActor, Classic
Powell, WilliamActor, Classic
Newman, PaulActor, Classic
McQueen, SteveActor, Classic
Peck, GregoryActor, Classic
Perkins, AnthonyActor, Classic
Poitier, SidneyActor, Classic
Power, TyroneActor, Classic
Presley, ElvisActor, Classic
Ramis, HaroldActor, Classic
Robinson, Edward G.Actor, Classic
Rooney, MickeyActor, Classic
Sinatra, FrankActor, Classic
Stewart, JamesActor, Classic
Tracy, SpencerActor, Classic
Wayne, JohnActor, Classic
Welles, OrsonActor, Classic
Widmark, RichardActor, Classic
Bacall, LaurenActress, Classic
Bergman, IngridActress, Classic
Crawford, JoanActress, Classic
Davis, BetteActress, Classic
Day, DorisActress, Classic
de Havilland, OliviaActress, Classic
Dietrich, MarleneActress, Classic
Dunne, IreneActress, Classic
Garbo, GretaActress, Classic
Gardner, AvaActress, Classic
Garland, JudyActress, Classic
Grable, BettyActress, Classic
Harlow, JeanActress, Classic
Hayward, SusanActress, Classic
Hayworth, RitaActress, Classic
Hepburn, AudreyActress, Classic
Hepburn, KatharineActress, Classic
Kelly, GraceActress, Classic
Leigh, VivienActress, Classic
Loy, MyrnaActress, Classic
Monroe, MarilynActress, Classic
O'Hara, MaureenActress, Classic
Rogers, GingerActress, Classic
Shearer, NormaActress, Classic
Stanwyck, BarbaraActress, Classic
Taylor, ElizabethActress, Classic
Temple, ShirleyActress, Classic
Turner, LanaActress, Classic
West, MaeActress, Classic
Wood, NatalieActress, Classic
2014 Yearly ReviewCategory, Year Review
Goldman, WilliamWriterNEW 28 May
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My Dad's Top 5 MoviesRemembrance
Hanging Out With Jim "Catfish" HunterGrocery Store Tales
Price, VincentActor.Classic
Scott, RandolphActor, Classic
Ruffalo, MarkActor
Coppola, Francis FordDirector
Ford, GlennClassic Actor
Carell, SteveActor
Bowie, DavidActor
Scheider, RoyActor
King,StephenCategory
Colman, RonaldActor, Classic
Saldana, ZoeActress
Stiller, BenActor
Rogen, SethActor
Oates, WarrenActor
Jackson, Samuel L.Actor
Brennan, WalterActor, Classic
Head, EdithCategory
Colbert, ClaudetteActress, Classic
Fontaine, JoanActress, Classic
Burton, RichardActor, Classic
Chastain, JessicaActress
Winslet, KateActress
Barrymore, LionelActor, Classic
Keaton, BusterActor, Classic
Lombard, CaroleActress, Classic
Barrymore, DrewActress
Gish, LillianActress, Classic
Ladd, AlanActor, Classic
Norris, ChuckActor
Craig, DanielActor
Pickford, MaryActress, Classic
Rains, ClaudeActor, Classic
Peckinpah, SamDirector
Frank CapraDirector
Smith, KevinDirector
Ball, LucilleActress, Classic
Hughes, JohnDirector
Knightley, KeiraActress
Laughton, CharlesActor, Classic
Tarzan MoviesCategory
MacMurray, FredActor, Classic
Cube, IceActor
Beatty, WarrenActor
Reiner, RobDirector
Howard, LeslieActor, Classic
Francis, KayActress, Classic
Kerr, DeborahActress, Classic
Moore, RogerActor
Kazan, EliaDirector
Witherspoon, ReeseActress
Field, SallyActress
Brynner, YulActor
Williams, JohnComposer
Jones, JenniferActress, Classic
Keaton, DianeActress
Burton, TimDirector
Borgnine, ErnestActor,Classic
Shelley WintersActress, Classic
Fassbender, MichaelActor
Ann-MargretActress
Ryan, RobertActor, Classic
Bening, AnnetteActress
Sellers, PeterActor, Classic
Cukor, GeorgeDirector
Taylor, RobertActor, Classic
Gosling, RyanActor
Durbin, DeannaActress, Classic
Sutherland, DonaldActor
Stevens, GeorgeDirector, Classic
Fox, Michael J.Actor
Fox, Michael J.Actor
Sternberg, Josef von Director
Weaver, SigourneyActress
Murphy, AudieActor, Classic
Chase. ChevyActor
Close, GlennActress
Wanger, WalterProducer, Classic
Montgomery, RobertActor, Classic
Tierney, GeneActress, Classic
Marshall, GarryDirector
Marshall, PennyDirector
Seagal, StevenActor
Garson, GreerActress, Classic
Pidgeon, WalterActor, Classic
Jones, Tommy LeeActor
Minnelli, Vincente Director, Classic
McCarthy, MelissaActress
Brooks, MelActor, Director
Marshall, FrankProducer
Kennedy, KathleenProducer
Scott, George C.Actor, Classic
Stone, OliverDirector
Williams, EstherActress Classic
Ritter, ThelmaActress Classic
Dunaway, FayeActress
Altman, RobertDirector
Yelchin, AntonActor
Johnson, VanActor, Classic
Wilder, GeneActor
Pryor, RichardActor
O'Sullivan, MaureenActress, Classic
Hoffman, Philip SeymourActor
Hutton, BettyActress. Classic
Zemeckis, RobertDirector
Irons, JeremyActor
Barrymore, JohnActor, Classic
Oldman, GaryActor
Reagan, RonaldActor, Classic
Goddard, PauletteActress, Classic
Timberlake, JustinActor
Harryhausen, RaySpecial Effects
Plummer, ChristopherActor
Darnell, LindaActress
Crisp, DonaldActor, Classic
Arthur, JeanActress, Classic
MacDonald, Jeanette Actress, Classic
Kidman, NicoleActress
Biehn, MichaelActor
Lucas, GeorgeDirector,Producer
Russell, GailActress, Classic
Lamour, DorothyActress, Classic
Henreid, PaulActor, Classic
Mature, VictorActor, Classic
Mayo, VirginiaActress, Classic
Radcliffe, DanielActor
Fisher, CarrieActress
Talbot, LyleActor, Classic
March, FredricActor, Classic
Beery, WallaceActor, Classic
Powell, DickActor, Classic
Statham, JasonActor
Heflin, VanActor, Classic
Arliss, GeorgeActor, Classic
Gyllenhaal, JakeActor
Dreyfuss, RichardActor
Gere, RichardActor
Giamatti, PaulActor
Andrews, DanaActor, Classic
Lane, PriscillaActress, Classic
Ethan CoenDirector
Nelson, JuddActor
Patel, DevActor
Milland, RayActor, Classic
Bay, MichaelDirector
Lanza, MarioActor, Classic
Sullavan, MargaretActress, Classic
Glover, DannyActor
Hurt, JohnActor
Reed, DonnaActress, Classic
Curtis, TonyActor, Classic
Crowe, CameronDirector
Dahl, ArleneActress, Classic
Penn, SeanActor
Kingsley, BenActor
Grayson, KathrynActress, Classic
Paxton, BillActor
Watson, EmmaActress
Henie, SonjaActress, Classic
Sidney, SylviaActress, Classic
Ameche, DonActress, Classic
Diesel, VinActor
Keel, HowardActor, Classic
Webb, CliftonActor Classic
Lorre, PeterActor, Classic
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  1. Hi Bob, thanks for the review, rating and info, always appreciated.

    Glad you like the posters and stills.

    We’re back to the golden oldies after a hiatus following Roger Moore’s death last month. Ann Sheridan would be a good subject for Bruce’s movie emporium.

    Where is el capitan is he still MIA?

    Sheridan was the ‘oomph girl’ but I’ve read she didn’t like that nickname. Clara Bow was the ‘It Girl’, Dorothy Lamour ‘The Sarong Girl’, Lana Turner ‘The Sweater Girl’ and Jean Harlow ‘The Blonde Bombshell’.

    Only one Ann Sheridan movie recieved 10 out of 10 from my sources and that was the Jimmy Cagney classic Angels With Dirty Faces.

    1. STEVE

      1 Where is el capitan you ask. I understand he’s an admirer of method acting so it’s possible he’s working on an Invisible Man page!

      2 Yes and Anne Baxter was the Oscar Girl and Myrna Loy was the Stand In Girl.

  2. 1 STEVE Ann Sheridan who started in movies in the 1930s probably had her heyday in the 40s when she shared star billing with many of the male Greats of the Classic Era – Grant, Cooper, Bogie, Raft, Flynn and Cagney as well as with Bette Davis. Certainly when I began watching films in the early 1950s Ann’s movies seemed to be mostly small scale affairs though I enjoyed a few of them – Steel Town, Just Around the Corner and especially the 1956 Come Next Spring. Sadly Ann’s career vanished after 1956

    2 The excellence of the posters and stills in your video was consistent throughout and deserving of a 95.5% rating in my opinion. I loved the POSTERS for Appointment in Honduras, Naughty but Nice,Good Sam, Stella, and especially the unnerving one for Black Legion, and the saucy one for Take Me to Town, one of Ann’s 1950s routine movies that I was talking about and which I also watched s a youngster.

    3 Superb STILLS were those from They Drive by Night with Bogie/Raft, with Flynn and gun in Edge of Darkness, with Cagney in Angels with Dirty Faces and the ones of Ann and cat and her horizontal in slinky pose But I thought that topping even those were the sultry Ann in Navy Blues and Ann with Mr President In King’s Row, a collector’s item for fans of both .movies and politics.

    4 I am surprised that there is no WH Sheridan page as Ann made most of her great films with Warner Bros for whom Bruce has the ledgers of those times. However he has listed on the pages of Ann’;s co-stars all of the movies in your Top 5 and his average for the 5 is approx 79% within a whisker of your own 80%. A good entertaining video overall.

  3. Cogerson

    I better post on the 1970’s as you don’t waste time getting your decade charts up.

    I pick Robert Redford to be the box-office star of the 1970’s. Clint Eastwood and Burt Reynolds will be in the hunt, but I don’t think they had the monster hits needed in this decade. Marlon Brando made only a handful of movies, but had a few big hits, so should do very well in the averages. Hollywood had changed by the 1970’s and it was becoming blockbuster or bust. I think actors who got into blockbusters will be near the top of the list–Richard Dreyfus, Robert Shaw, and Roy Scheider. Charles Bronson was a top international star, but I don’t think on the whole did that well in the American market. Harrison Ford will be impressive because of Star Wars, although he really came into his own in the 1980’s.

    For the actresses, Barbra Streisand should win. Madeline Kahn was in quite a number of Mel Brooks’ hits. Diane Keaton should be in the hunt. Not many actresses had a good box-office decade on the whole. Faye Dunaway did decently at the box office and had quality films.
    As for the Teresa Wright award for an actress with a top critical rating, I go with Liv Ullmann.

    For the men on critical ranking, I expect Jack Nicholson and Gene Hackman to do well, as will Brando. George C. Scott gets my Joseph Cotten award.
    As for the decade defining performers, a slightly different issue, I go with Eastwood and Bronson as well as Brando and Scott among the men and Faye Dunaway and Lisa Minnelli among the women. And Al Pacino if only for Michael Corleone.

    This is a tough decade to predict on compared to the fifties or sixties.

    1. Cogerson

      I forget to mention that I go with Redford as the overall star of the decade.

      For the actresses, Faye Dunaway.

    2. HI JOHN

      1 For old time’s sake I tried hard to think up some half a** reason for disagreeing with your take of the 1970s but gave up in the end because whilst I might have slightly different predictions around the edges of the names you mention I believe you have hit the nail on the head regarding what I personally consider are two of the more important considerations –

      (1) BLOCKBUSTER ERA To paraphrase one of your own sayings, the blockbuster itself was almost the star of the 1970s

      (2) However they still required actors and in that respect what is more important than my agreeing with you is that Paul Newman did. In an interview during the decade he said “Redford is now THE superstar,”

      2 However whilst you and I might be free to speculate a magician never lets you see his tricks until he’s ready to perform them so we’ll just have to wait and see precisely what the Work Horse comes up with when he does release his 1970’s page.

  4. Cogerson

    Well, I thought I did pretty good on the 1950’s before a mediocre performance on the 1930’s (in my judgment)
    so the 1960’s
    I pick Julie Andrews to win as the star of the decade among the actresses. Natalie Wood I think will be in the hunt. Doris Day will be just slightly behind those two. Audrey Hepburn will be impressive in averages, perhaps at the top in average critic rating, but I don’t think she made enough big hit films to match Andrews. Faye Dunaway will be similar as she came late in the decade. Elizabeth Taylor had too many flops late in this decade to rate near the top, I think. It will be interesting to see how she does. Sophia Loren was more an international star and will not be among the leaders at the American box-office. Anne Bancroft wins the Teresa Wright surprise quality award.
    Among the men, Paul Newman, Steve McQueen, and Sean Connery stand out among the young stars. Tough pick, but I figure McQueen will edge out the other two. Richard Burton is going to be right near the top. He will do better than Liz as he not only has the Liz and Dick movies, but quite a few quality films on his own. But all the late decade Liz and Dick flops will probably keep him from the top spot. Clint Eastwood was a comer, but I don’t think did enough in this decade to rate high. He came into his own in the 1970’s. I will go out on a limb though and pick John Wayne to end up the male star of the decade with a solid, steady performance throughout the whole decade. Cogerson will undoubtedly saw my limb off but the Duke’s my pick. The Joseph Cotton under the radar male star? George Peppard.
    As for the star of the decade, a tough pick, but I think Julie Andrews will edge Wayne mainly because of the impact of the Oscars.

      1. Hey John…your claim of being a big Joseph Cotten fan are being seriously questioned when time after time you do not know how to spell his name correctly….lol. 🙂 Just picking with you.

    1. Good guesses….actually…..pretty much knowing the results already….I think you have the right answer for top actor and actress of the decade….at least in the way I look at the numbers. I still think your 1930s guesses were pretty good.

      Of all the names you mentioned…..I will have to do some quick research on Anne Bancroft and George Peppard….as neither is in my database yet….though they have plenty of movies in the database already.

      Currently when looking at the Top 20 box office leaders….you have most of the names…listed….though one major star…..looks like he will top our UMR list….as well as being in the Top 10 in box office….yet he does not even get even a brief mention.

      Should be interesting….I will be sure to pull this comment over when I am done.

      1. Cogerson
        Concerning Joseph Cotten—I certainly have it coming.

        Yeah, I forgot Jack Lemmon. But it would be unfair to try to inject him now after you gave me such a strong hint. I also didn’t mention Dustin Hoffman or Warren Beatty, but neither I think made enough movies. A relatively few movies that are successful puts one at the top of the averages, but so be it.

        1. Since adding some new performers Mr. Lemmon has fallen out of the Top 10 when looking at box office grosses.

          But yes you guess us corrrect it was Mr. Lemmon I was hinting at. Might have the page done by bedtime tonight…though Sherlock Holmes’ investigators could find the table now.

    2. John,
      Seems we’ve been thinking the same way (this time) as I had encouraged Cogerson to go from 50s to the 60s, but I understand there was a higher interest on this site for the 30s. You may be right about Julie Andrews, but her performance in the rankings may depend on whether Cogerson sets a limit of more than 7 films as that seems to be all she did in the decade 🙂
      I think Newman, Lemmon and McQueen are the definite male stars of the 60s. McQueen is my favorite but he really hit his peak at the end of the decade with Bullitt and in the early 70s. Connery was great of course, but he couldn’t seem to get a hit outside of his James Bonds in the 60s (though The Hill is an excellent film). Sidney Poitier was another force of the 60s, though he really became a top star in 1967. Cary Grant, Frank Sinatra and Rock Hudson also had a lot of success, but mostly early in the decade. Burt Lancaster should perform well on the critical scale as he did some outstanding movies in the first half of the 60s. Charlton Heston is another big star of the 60s (bigger than in the 1950s in my view), while Dean Martin and James Garner enjoyed a lot of popularity. Peppard had some big hits, and notably held the longest role in How the West Was Won – too bad he fizzled out at the end of the decade. So along with the other ones you mentioned, there’s quite a competition, and we left out some important ones!

      1. Hey Phil
        1. I am actually done with the main table…which means our look at the 1960s is almost ready.
        2. I think for the 1960s I am going to lower the minimum to 7 movies…not only because of Andrews but because the movies made really dipped in that decade.
        3. Roddy McDowall will be the name people will question my sanity when they see the box office leaders….with Omar Shariff being a close second….but both had very good 1960s decades.
        4. I will have about 133 thespians and 1 fictional character listed on the page….did a cut off of earning at least a quarter of billion to make the table.
        5. Chuck Heston ended up 34th for the decade after being 1st for previous decade.
        6. Newman and Lemmon did very well….McQueen was not as stout as I thought he would be…but he still did pretty well.
        Thanks for you forecasts…I am having fun doing these pages. After years of collecting these stats I am finally getting a chance to play with them….lol.

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