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Which actors played The villains in the Batman series?

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For "Batman", the 1966 television series (This list is not complete): The Penguin...Burgess Meredith The Joker...Cesar Romero Catwoman...Julie Newmar: 14 episodes 1966-1968 Catwoman...Eartha Kitt: 3 episodes 1967-1968 The Riddler...Frank Gorshin: 11 episodes 1966-1968 The Riddler...John Astin: 2 episodes 1967 King Tut...Victor Buono Egghead...Vincent Price The Minstrel...Van Johnson The Bookworm...Roddy McDowall Mr. Freeze...Otto Preminger: 2 episodes 1966 Mr. Freeze...George Sanders: 2 episodes 1966 Mr. Freeze...Eli Wallach: 2 episodes 1967 The Sandman...Michael Rennie Black Widow...Tallulah Bankhead The Siren...Joan Collins
Asked in Movies, Action & Adventure Movies, Actors & Actresses

What do people mean when they say the tough action man or action woman needs to look convincing?

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Looking convincing means they need to look tough -- they need to be muscular and fit, they need to be able to look mean and act like they mean business.
Asked by Jadyn Sporer in Movies, Animated and Children's Movies

What's the scariest scene in a kid's movie?

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what the sacriest sceme in a kid movie my forozen
Asked by Gabriella Roob in Movies, Oscars

What was the best movie of 2019?

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2019 was a very strong year for the film industry. Avengers: Engame became the highest-grossing film of all time, the Star Wars Saga came to a close, and many unique and interesting independent films were released and well-received. I have a hard time narrowing down just one movie, so here's my Top 5 of 2019 (in order): Parasite (dir. Bong Joon-ho) I was already a major fan of South Korean director Bong Joon-ho, and was certainly looking forward to his latest project. This movie absolutely floored me and after seeing it four times now, I can comfortably call it his masterpiece. This is one of those films that I think is best to go in as cold as possible, knowing very little about the plot or the themes. The Lighthouse (dir. Robert Eggers) Eggers' period piece horror film The Witch (2015) is easily one my favorite horror films in recent years, and his sophomore effort is something entirely different and wonderful. The Lighthouse offers career-best performances from both Willem Dafoe and Robert Pattinson, eery sound design, incredibly realistic period-specific dialogue, and a Lovecraftian madness that is sure to delight horror fans. Once Upon A Time...In Hollywood (dir. Quentin Tarantino) Tarantino's filmography has been pretty hit-or-miss for me, as I find the tone of most of his movies a little too similar. However, his newest entry really impressed me with its authentic laid-back take on 1969 Hollywood. Brad and Leo give some stellar, nuanced performances as well. Definitely a fun and nostalgic ride! Under the Silver Lake (dir. David Robert Mitchell) After being impressed with Mitchell's debut effort It Follows (2014), I was definitely on the lookout for his next project. And yes, I do know that Under the Silver Lake is technically a film from 2018, but I live in the United States and it was released here the following year, so I'm counting it. This cryptic and frantic comedy-thriller had an extremely unique tone and an excellent performance from Andrew Garfield. Check this one out if you are looking for a brain teaser-type of experience. Avengers: Engame (dir. Joe & Anthony Russo) While I'm not the biggest fan of comic book movies or blockbusters in general, I think the monumental achievement that is the Marvel Cinematic Universe is really something to behold. Never before had we seen such a vast collection of films in one series that encompassed so many varying characters, themes, and stories. I'd even go so far as to call Avengers: Endgame more than a movie. To me, it felt like a huge cultural event that the whole world of moviegoers got to experience together, and that was truly special.
Asked by Reanna Von in Ghostbusters, Movies

What's your weirdest pet peeve?

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when people call you a b for no reason. and people that laugh at you when you get a bad grade, but they have a even worse one.
Asked in Movies, Pakistan, Bollywood

Are Bollywood films popular in Pakistan?

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Yes, Bollywood films are very much popular in Pakistan.
Asked in Movies, Disney

Is there a real town named radiator springs?

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No. Radiator Springs is a fictional town on the real Route 66. While Radiator Springs somewhat resembles the Route 66 town of Peach Springs, AZ, it is most likely a composite of many small towns along Route 66.
Asked in Movies, Oscars, Movie Genres

What film won the Oscar for Best Picture in 2005?

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The Academy Award for Best Picture in 2005 went to "Crash." The other nominees were: "Brokeback Mountain" "Capote" "Good Night and Good Luck" "Munich"
Asked by friendus Staff in Drama and Acting, Movies, Ask Me Anything, Celebrities

friendus with Cary Elwes?

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Finally, can you still do an impression of Fat Albert? (Laughs) Hey, Hey, Hey! (in Fat Albert voice)
Asked by Kaleb Becker in James Bond, Movies, Action & Adventure Movies

Which actor was the best James Bond?

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For me it has to be Sean Connery. He was the "original" James Bond. Even Ian Fleming,the creator of 007 was on record as saying that Connery was the best image he had envisaged for the character. Most memorable quote:- Bond "Do you expect me to talk?" Goldfinger " No Mr Bond,I expect you to DIE " Classic :)
Asked in TV and Movie Music, Movies

What cancer did the dad in the movie the last song die from?

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Ronnie's dad from The Last Song died from Lung Cancer
Asked in Movies, Celebrities, Celebrity Relationships, Actors & Actresses, Charlie Sheen

Are Michael Sheen and Charlie Sheen brothers?

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No. Michael Sheen is Welsh whilst Charlie is American. Michael's father is a part-time Jack Nicholson look-alike!
Asked in Movies, Comedies and Funny Movies

Who is Jackie Q?

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Jackie Q is a fictional character from the movie "Get him to the Greek". Posing as a Celebrity Star and Ex-Wife of the Lead Character of the Movie, Aldous Snow.
Asked in Drama and Acting, Movies

Did peter schneider get fired from sister act?

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not exactly. He and his partners decided to bring someone else in to help. he is till involved. judging by the show last night he and all the creative team have worked really wel together and the show could well be a big hit.
Asked in Movies, Baby Names

In The Incredibles what is the baby's name?

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The baby's name is Jack Jack.
Asked in Movies

Where can you find So B It the movie?

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For now So B. It has not been made into a motion picture, but in early May 2011 the author, Sarah Weeks, blogged that it was being looked into. Official details have not been given out yet, but Sarah Weeks has revealed that a scrpit was being written.
Asked in Movies, Actors & Actresses, Sandra Bullock

What is the last line in the film practical magic?

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"Can love really travel back in time and heal a broken heart? Was it our joined hands that finally lifted Maria's curse? I'd like to think so. But there are some things I know for certain: always throw spilt salt over your left shoulder, keep rosemary by your garden gate, plant lavender for luck, and fall in love whenever you can. "
Asked in Celebrities, Movies, Oscars, India Entertainment and Arts

How many Indians have won an Oscar?

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1) Bhanu Athaiya won Best Costume Design (with John Mollo) for Gandhi (1982) 2) Satyajit Ray received an honorary Academy Award in 1991. 3) Russell Pookutty won Best Sound Mixing (with Ian Tapp and Richard Pryke) for Slumdog Millionaire (2008). 4) AR Rahman won Best Score and Best Original Song (music) for Slumdog Millionaire (2008) 5) Gulzar won Best Song (lyrics) for Slumdog Millionaire (2008). [He was not present at the ceremony to collect his Oscar.]

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