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More unforgettable moments (to me, anyway!)

RIO BRAVO: The entire, almost silent, beginning

SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS: The barn-raising ballet of course!

GLASS MENAGERIE (50): The "gentleman caller" scene, so beautifully and delicately handled by Wyman and Douglas

ON DANGEROUS GROUND: Robert Ryan as an alineated cop, flying into a wild rage "Why do you make me do it?"

MEET JOHN DOE: That heartbreaking final scene

HEAVEN KNOWS MR. ALLISON: Mitchum's soldier explaing his feelings to nun Kerr

OKLAHOMA: That exhilarating opening sequence as golden-voiced Curly rides through the fields of corn singing "Oh What a Beautiful Morning"

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