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Old 05-12-2005, 17:15   #1
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Any ideas which film this still is from?

I'm thinking it's gotta be a classic film but not sure what... any input appreciated thanks.


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I'm thinking it's gotta be a classic film but not sure what... any input appreciated thanks.
The still would be nice, then someone might be able to answer. Unless I'm just not seeing the still for some reason, in which case I guess that the still is from The Lustful Turk.
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Sorry, the still is there now.
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Oh, now I see the still. That's not from The Lustful Turk, which was in color.
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Oh, now I see the still. That's not from The Lustful Turk, which was in color.
Any ideas then?
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Too small for my poor eyes.
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...still, I knew I knew it It's from Sunset Boulevard.
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There's a larger verion of that image at IMDB. They sure have some great clothes drying weather in Hollywood... or maybe it's all the lights.

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