Texas matchmaker

Concerns from a Casual

2020.11.23 06:05 MidnightBeggar_ Concerns from a Casual

Before I get into this, I'm a gold player. Have been since the first ranked season, hasn't changed this season. A lot of you who read this are going to think that makes my opinion invalid. Scroll on by, if you're enjoying the game right now, have at it. I'm just a concerned fan and I'm not interested in changing that for you.
I remember sitting in class when I saw a tweet from Vince Gilligan. I imagine I was one of the few who tuned into the reveal stream from there. I still remember the excitement I felt, seeing those teaser clips flash in and being excited for the next Titanfall game. Instead, we got Apex Legends. I was disappointed, sure, but the immediate launch and release of the game was more than enough to stave me over until I got home to play it.
Day one I dropped into Swamps with my brother, while I, a seasoned Titanfall vet, explained what each of the guns were to him, the whole time giddy to have my old friends back in a coat of paint. I rolled with the alternator (yes, before it was actually viable) and we lost, and lost, and lost,
But that was fine. I was having a blast with him- and on my own- playing the game, getting kills, wiping squads. Suddenly, the player numbers started exploding, the game was on top of twitch. Respawn was finally getting their well-deserved chance to shine.
I kept playing, through the connection problems, through the so-so season one battle pass, into the incredible first three seasons, three thousand games played between them.
When it comes down to it, Apex Legends is amazing and I'm so happy its stuck around this long, but as time's gone on I've come to realize this game isn't meant for people like me.
Despite the year of feedback, matchmaking remains unchanged.
The networking is still as bad as it was at launch.
The game's been tuned, tweaked, and balanced toward the sweats.
This game isn't meant for people like me.
I live in rural Texas with two different ISPs in my neighborhood: a shitty one, and an expensive incrementally less shitty one. I have a job that eats up a good chunk of my week. I don't come to play games to match against people who are *statistically* as good as me with quadruple the playtime. I don't come home to play games that feel like an uphill battle to place well in. I don't come home to requeue into every game I play because the networking is still broken for everyone without 100 megabit fiber optics.
A lot of you are rightfully going to disagree with that. I'm not here to ruin your fun.
Respawn. I love you.
You can do better. I've lived through it. Titanfall 2 day one until Postcards from the Frontier, I've seen it.
Every time I try to load in and play your game, I lose a little bit more of that affection for you and your games.
If you're not going to take the time to make this the best game it can be for everyone, please keep your next game locked up. I can't stand what's happened to this game and I don't want to go through it again with the franchise I've spent so much time with.
With love,
A Disgusting Scorch Main
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2020.11.11 20:57 Zulopi 51 Matches, and only a local server twice. What kind of trash is your matchmaking?

I played 51 matches in a row. Connected to Virginia. Only two of my matches were actually in Virginia. Why is your matchmaking trash Respawn? Why can't you put me in local lobbies? Why can't I have a consistent experience? I have 27ms ping to virginia, yet your matchmaking keeps putting me in 70+ ping servers all around the world. WTF? Hold on let me repeat that. WHAT THE FUCK?
Virginia
52.3.43.230 - Lobby Address Not Actual Server. (Port 9000)
52.55.19.178 - Lobby Address Not Actual Server. (Port 9000)
3.219.255.24 - Lobby Address Not Actual Server. (Port 9000)
52.6.64.33
52.86.226.95

Utah
206.190.154.214
67.213.219.42
67.213.210.170
107.182.237.175
107.182.237.149
209.95.51.217
209.95.51.158

Texas
66.242.8.74
107.6.100.237
107.6.100.247
204.74.224.246
204.74.224.134
204.74.224.206

New York
173.244.200.99
173.244.200.4

Netherlands
34.90.57.210
34.90.76.44
34.91.224.236
34.91.169.147
35.204.124.142
35.204.138.231

Loiusiana
63.213.210.170

United Kingdom/London
109.169.64.210
107.182.233.168

Finland
35.228.172.4
35.228.162.52
35.228.175.150

Iowa
130.211.193.234
104.197.17.180
104.197.136.10
104.197.42.178

South Carolina
104.196.43.45
35.196.104.104
104.196.8.33

Georgia
107.6.119.112
72.5.161.228
63.251.239.123
107.150.147.67
69.88.135.37

Missouri
148.72.171.218
209.239.121.82

Oregon
54.190.26.134
52.218.217.155
52.10.96.197
52.218.144.86
104.198.102.93
104.198.101.253
52.40.240.176
52.42.44.79
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2020.11.06 01:04 OfficerBob92 A few thoughts as a new player.

Where are servers located for this game? Every match I had over 100 ping and hits would rarely register. I would have played much longer but multiplayer was almost unplayable for me. Will we see more servers opened or better matchmaking for servers?
Sword is way to easy to use. People just hold it out in front and run around. Extremely boring playstyle that doesn't feel very fun in VR. Swords should require a swing percentage before being able to register damage or possibly go on cooldown after hitting once.
Other than those two complaints though the mechanics and gameplay are really good. Hoping for good things in the future VR needs a game like this.
EDIT: I am in Texas by the way for the server question.
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2020.11.04 01:01 SWGalaxysEdge ** Wed 11/4 - Christmas TV listings - ALL CHANNELS **

all times Eastern USA - check your local listings
Stealing Christmas Tomorrow, 12:00 AM / FAM-E 52 After a botched attempt at robbing a mall, a burglar evades police capture by donning a store's Santa Claus suit, only to be mistaken for a hired Santa when he flees to a small town fifty miles away.
Jingle Around the Clock Tomorrow, 12:00 AM / HALMRK 68 When a woman plans a Christmas celebration with her college friends, she is forced to work on an advertising campaign for her job, but when she finds herself working with a man with opposing views, she tries to pull off the perfect event.
Operation Christmas Tomorrow, 12:00 AM / HALLMV 84 After her military officer boyfriend is forced to deploy right before Christmas, a single mother and her children are inspired by their own difficulties to help other families of military members, with their efforts going viral.
Christmas in Louisiana Tomorrow, 12:01 AM / LIF-E 38 A successful lawyer returns home to celebrate the Sugarcane Christmas Festival in New Iberia, Louisiana, where she rediscovers the magic of Christmas and starts a little romance as revels in the holiday with her mother and grandparents.
12 Gifts of Christmas Tomorrow, 2:00 AM / HALMRK 68 A painter in need of work becomes a successful businessman's personal shopper, and when they team up to make his Christmas purchases, he tries a new approach to gift-giving and she uses her artistic abilities in an unexpected way.
I'm Not Ready for Christmas Tomorrow, 2:00 AM / HALLMV 84 When a holiday wish causes a dishonest businesswoman, who has become less compassionate while ambitiously pursuing a career in advertising, to lose her ability to hide the truth, she must rediscover her sincerity while reckoning with her lies.
A Christmas in Tennessee Tomorrow, 2:04 AM / LIF-E 38 When a real estate developer comes to White Pines, Tennessee, three bakers and the townspeople must find a way to prevent the man from building a ski resort on top of their town, but an unexpected visitor with a sweet-tooth may have a solution.
Highway to Heaven - With Love, the Claus Tomorrow, 3:10 AM / BYUTV 197 It's Christmas time and Jonathan and Mark's latest assignment is to try and get two divorce parents to grow up and act like the responsible parental figures that they are supposed to be for their child; the children need a Santa.
Sleigh Bells Ring Tomorrow, 4:00 AM / HALMRK 68 A single mother hoping for a promotion to City Manager has little time to put together a successful town parade for Christmas, but a magical sleigh with a mind of its own and a knack for playing matchmaker could be everything she is looking for.
Catch a Christmas Star Tomorrow, 4:00 AM / HALLMV 84 After a renowned pop music icon gets back together with her high school sweetheart, she soon encounters resistance from her record label and the media, and she must decide if true happiness or album sales are more important to her
My Christmas Love Tomorrow, 6:00 AM / HALMRK 68 A woman's return to her small hometown takes a turn for the mysteriously romantic as she begins receiving gifts from an anonymous holiday admirer using the "12 Days of Christmas" as inspiration, giving her hope in finding true love.
The Christmas Card Tomorrow, 6:00 AM / HALLMV 84 A soldier on leave from serving in Afghanistan goes to a small California town to seek out the stranger who sent him a handmade Christmas card while he was overseas; he soon finds himself falling for the woman, even though she has a boyfriend.
Family Matters - Christmas Is Where the Heart Is Tomorrow, 6:30 AM / TVONE 146 Carl and Urkel are surprised to be stranded on the stalled subway with a group of grouchy passengers during the Christmas season, but Steve is determined to teach everyone that Christmas can be celebrated anywhere with anyone.
Peg + Cat - The Christmas Problem Tomorrow, 7:00 AM / WEDU-DT5 617 / PBSKIDS247 / HDTV Santa Claus is in trouble, and Peg and her feline companion must save Christmas Day by learning how to make and wrap gifts for every child in the world before delivering the presents they made using 100 different sleighs.
Everybody Loves Raymond - The Christmas Picture Tomorrow, 7:30 AM / TBS 23 Once again Raymond is desperate to come up with a Christmas gift for his parents, and when he hits on the idea of a family photograph, it seems the perfect plan, but Raymond fails to count on Marie and Debra's thoughts on who counts as "family."
Four Christmases and a Wedding Tomorrow, 8:00 AM / LIF-E 38 When an event planner who's given up on romance gets hired to plan a local Christmas festival, she falls in love with one of the attendees, but strange circumstances make it so that they can only see each other at the festival for the next few years.
Pride, Prejudice, and Mistletoe Tomorrow, 8:00 AM / HALMRK 68 An entrepreneurial woman decides to spend Christmas in her hometown, where she joins forces with a former rival to plan a charity event together, but as she starts to spend time with her family, she finds herself mending past relationships.
Northern Lights of Christmas Tomorrow, 8:00 AM / HALLMV 84 When a pilot inherits her uncle's reindeer farm in Alaska, she makes plans to sell the place and buy her own plane, but after she meets the farm's handsome ranch hand and the resident reindeers, they find themselves falling for each other.
Last Christmas Tomorrow, 8:10 AM / HBO 201 A young woman who appears to have an endless amount of bad luck decides to accept a job working as an elf in a year-round Christmas store, but after a man enters her life and her life starts to change, she wonders if it's all too good to be true.
American Christmas Tomorrow, 8:40 AM / SHONXT 246 After another Christmas dinner is ruined, a woman takes a close look at her family and decides to make each member of the family confront their pasts in the hope that surprise guests will inspire her loved ones to turn their lives around.
Dorothy and the Wizard of Oz - Oz on Ice Part 1 Tomorrow, 9:00 AM / BOOM-E 124 The Wicked Witch interferes with the Christmas Eve party because she is tired of the winter holiday, and as a result of her schemes, the Christmas tree freezes everyone and everything residing in Oz just as the party begins.
Last Christmas Tomorrow, 9:30 AM / HBOL-E 207 Una joven que parece que la mala suerte la sigue a todos lados, decide aceptar un trabajo en una tienda en la época navideña, pero se tiene que disfrazar de elfo, así que cuando conoce a un apuesto joven, su vida cambia para siempre.
South Park - The Problem with a Poo Tomorrow, 9:34 AM / CMDY-E 61 Mr. Hankeys position as the director of South Park's annual Christmas pageant is threatened by the reaction to his distasteful behavior; Strong Woman and PC Principal face a new set of challenges in their relationship at South Park Elementary.
Holiday Spin Tomorrow, 10:00 AM / LIF-E 38 A man who once gave up his former career as a champion dancer after suffering an injury is paid a surprise visit from his estranged son, who asks him for help in training for a holiday-themed ballroom dance that is set to take place on Christmas Eve.
Family For Christmas Tomorrow, 10:00 AM / HALLMV 84 An ambitious investigative journalist who ended a promising relationship in order to further her career is given a magical opportunity to experience the suburban life she could have had as a stay-at-home mother with two children and her true love.
Random Acts of Christmas Tomorrow, 12:00 PM / LIF-E 38 An investigative journalist embarks on a search for the mysterious individual behind random acts of Christmas occurring around town, but a rival reporter makes her job difficult as her holiday spirit is reignited during the investigation.
A Bride for Christmas Tomorrow, 12:00 PM / HALMRK 68 A woman who abandoned three previous wedding engagements finds love with a man who, unbeknownst to her, has agreed to participate in a wager that involves persuading her to consent to marriage by the time Christmas arrives.
Charming Christmas Tomorrow, 12:00 PM / HALLMV 84 The employees at a department store are preoccupied with issues in their personal lives as they get their workplace ready for Christmas, but the arrival of the store's new Santa inspires a renewed interest in the holiday season.
Joseph Rosendo's Travelscope - Christmas Celebrations Around the Globe Tomorrow, 1:00 PM / WEDQ 605 / PBS Joseph takes a trip to Venice, Calif., where he experiences the annual holiday boat parade; Joseph makes his way to San Antonio, Texas for a trek down the River Walk; Joseph visits Lake Geneva, Switzerland for Christmas celebrations.
Home Alone 4: Taking Back the House Tomorrow, 1:15 PM / HBOF-E 204 A young boy who proves himself to be extremely resourceful sneaks away from home on Christmas Eve to spend the holidays with his newly divorced father and his rich girlfriend and attempts to protect the mansion from thieving villains.
Christmas List Tomorrow, 2:00 PM / HALMRK 68 Isobel has an extensive, detailed wish list of the things she expects for her storybook Christmas, starting with a snow-covered cottage in the Northwest, but when her boyfriend goes away, her list falls apart and a new romance changes everything.
Christmas Bells are Ringing Tomorrow, 2:00 PM / HALLMV 84 A photographer returns to her home in Cape Cod, Mass., in order to celebrate Christmas and her fathers wedding, but although she is anxious to revisit her past memories, she finds new meaning in her photography and falls in love.
Christmas 9 to 5 Tomorrow, 4:00 PM / LIF-E 38 A crime beat reporter embarks on an undercover mission at a department store, where she pretends to be a sales clerk as she investigates the true meaning of Christmas and finds the love of her life during an unforgettable holiday season.
It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas Tomorrow, 4:00 PM / HALMRK 68 Longtime rivals and neighboring New Hampshire towns mayors, a man and woman are determined to lead their communities to victory in the annual statewide competition, and they discover the holiday miracle of love along the way.
A Godwink Christmas Tomorrow, 4:00 PM / HALLMV 84 When a St. Louis antique appraiser accepts a marriage proposal from her boyfriend, her aunt invites her to her Nantucket home near Martha's Vineyard, but while there, she meets a charming inn owner and begins to fall in love with him.
South Park - Bike Parade Tomorrow, 5:30 PM / CMDY-E 61 After Kenny makes the choice to opt out of participating in South Park's Bike Parade, the other boys' chance of winning is threatened; the workers at the Amazon Fulfillment Center continue to strike, so no one gets their Christmas packages delivered.
One Crazy Christmas Tomorrow, 5:30 PM / BET J 107 A successful attorney navigates an awkward and chaotic Christmas dinner with her family when her daughter surprisingly brings home a new fiancé, who the woman realizes is a man with whom shes had a one-night stand with in the past.
Christmas Harmony Tomorrow, 6:00 PM / LIF-E 38 After she is dumped by her pop star boyfriend, a woman returns to her hometown to celebrate the holiday season and rediscovers the wonder of music, love and the true spirit of Christmas that she was missing in the big city.
Chateau Christmas Tomorrow, 6:00 PM / HALMRK 68 A world-renowned pianist returns to Chateau Newhaus to spend the holidays with her family and find her passion for music again, but while she is there, her ex-boyfriend and former bandmate convince her to headline the annual Christmas concert.
Joseph Rosendo's Travelscope - Christmas Celebrations Around the Globe Tomorrow, 6:00 PM / WEDQ 605 / PBS Joseph takes a trip to Venice, Calif., where he experiences the annual holiday boat parade; Joseph makes his way to San Antonio, Texas for a trek down the River Walk; Joseph visits Lake Geneva, Switzerland for Christmas celebrations.
The Man Who Invented Christmas Tomorrow, 6:15 PM / SHOFAM 248 Author Charles Dickens combines events from real-life with his extravagant imagination to create the unforgettable characters and scenes of "The Christmas Carol," permanently altering the holiday season into the celebratory event we know today.
Family Matters - Christmas Is Where the Heart Is Tomorrow, 6:30 PM / TVONE 146 Carl and Urkel are surprised to be stranded on the stalled subway with a group of grouchy passengers during the Christmas season, but Steve is determined to teach everyone that Christmas can be celebrated anywhere with anyone.
A Very Vintage Christmas Tomorrow, 8:00 PM / LIF-E 38 After uncovering a hidden box full of romantic mementos, the owner of Very Vintage Antiques makes it her goal to track down the items rightful owner and enlists the help of the new resident at the listed address to track down the individual.
Christmas Under the Stars Tomorrow, 8:00 PM / HALMRK 68 An investment banker gets fired from his job in the middle of the holiday season, so he decides to take a job at a Christmas tree lot, and he soon starts to fall in love with an astronomy teacher there who is facing some tough times.
Fir Crazy Tomorrow, 8:00 PM / HALLMV 84 After a woman unexpectedly loses her job, she must work at her family's Christmas tree lot to make ends meet during the holiday season, and she soon enters into a conflict with the landlord who hopes to shut down her business.
All I Want for Christmas Tomorrow, 9:00 PM / HALLDRMHD 1124 / HDTV A 10-year-old boy enters a national contest with good intentions, but his entry "All I Want for Christmas is a Husband for My Mom" brings surprising consequences for his widowed mother, who is courted in the national spotlight.
On the 12th Date of Christmas Tomorrow, 10:00 PM / HALMRK 68 Two game designers who hardly seem compatible with each other work together to organize a large scavenger hunt with a romantic "12 Days of Christmas" theme.
Christmas On My Mind Tomorrow, 10:00 PM / HALLMV 84 After a young woman gets temporary short-term amnesia from a bump on the head, she returns to her hometown in Maine for their annual Christmas celebration and rediscovers the woman she used to be and what matters most in life and finds love.
Roseanne - White Trash Christmas Tomorrow, 10:00 PM / WTTA-SD 609 / COZITV Dan and Roseanne snub the neighborhood association with their trashy Christmas decorations and then get mad when Becky gives her check to Mark and begins a waitress job at a trashy bar; Bev and D.J. surprise Darlene with a Christmastime visit.
Merry Liddle Christmas Tomorrow, 10:03 PM / LIF-E 38 A tech entrepreneur is determined to film the perfect Christmas in her new dream home with her family but finds her plans going awry when family drama and conflicting holiday traditions make it difficult for her to bring her family together.
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2020.11.01 23:28 Britneyfan456 Which Actor had the best run in the 50s?

Best run in terms of anything
Jack Lemmon: Some Like it Hot, Mister Roberts, Three for the Show, Phffft, It Should Happen to You, Once Too Often, Cowboy, Hollywood Bronc Busters, You Can't Run Away from It, Fire Down Below, My Sister Eileen, It Happened to Jane, Operation Mad Ball, and Bell, Book and Candle.
Max von Sydow: The Seventh Seal, Miss Julie, Ingen mans kvinna, Rätten att älska, Wild Strawberries, Prästen i Uddarbo, Kvinnlig spion 503, The Magician, and Brink of Life.
Frank Sinatra: From Here to Eternity, The Man with the Golden Arm, Pal Joey, Suddenly, Double Dynamite, Meet Danny Wilson, Young at Heart, Not as a Stranger, Guys and Dolls, The Tender Trap, Meet Me in Las Vegas, High Society, Johnny Concho, Around the World in 80 Days, The Pride and the Passion, The Joker Is Wild, Kings Go Forth, Some Came Running, A Hole in the Head, and Never So Few.
Gene Kelly: Singing in the Rain, An American in Paris, Invitation to the Dance, It's Always Fair Weather, Summer Stock, It's a Big Country, Black Hand, Love Is Better Than Ever, The Devil Makes Three, Brigadoon, Seagulls Over Sorrento, Deep in My Heart, The Happy Road, Les Girls, and Marjorie Morningstar.
Ernest Borgnine: Marty, China Corsair, Vera Cruz, From Here to Eternity, Bad Day at Black Rock, The Mob, The Whistle at Eaton Falls, Treasure of the Golden Condor, The Stranger Wore a Gun, Johnny Guitar, The Bounty Hunter, Demetrius and the Gladiators, Violent Saturday, Jubal, The Catered Affair, Run for Cover, The Last Command, The Square Jungle, The Best Things in Life Are Free, The Vikings, Summer of the Seventeenth Doll, Torpedo Run, and The Rabbit Trap.
James Stewart: Bell, Book and Candle, Vertigo, Winchester '73, The Glenn Miller Story, The Man Who Knew Too Much, The Naked Spur, Rear Window, Harvey, The Greatest Show on Earth, The Man from Laramie, Strategic Air Command, Anatomy of a Murder, The Spirit of St. Louis, Bend of the River, Thunder Bay, Broken Arrow, No Highway in the Sky, The Jackpot, Carbine Williams, Night Passage, The FBI Story, and The Far Country.
Ward Bond: The Searchers, Mister Roberts, Johnny Guitar, Hondo, The Quiet Man, Singing Guns, Riding High, Wagon Master, Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye, Operation Pacific, The Great Missouri Raid, The Halliday Brand, Rio Bravo, On Dangerous Ground, Only the Valiant, Hellgate, Bullfighter and the Lady, Thunderbirds, The Moonlighter, Blowing Wild, Gypsy Colt, The Bob Mathias Story, The Long Gray Line, A Man Alone, Dakota Incident, Pillars of the Sky, The Wings of Eagles, China Doll, and Alias Jesse James.
John Wayne: The Searchers, Hondo, Rio Grande, The Quiet Man, Rio Bravo, Operation Pacific, The Wings of Eagles, Big Jim McLain, Flying Leathernecks, The Sea Chase, Trouble Along the Way, Island in the Sky, The High and the Mighty, Blood Alley, Jet Pilot, The Conqueror, Legend of the Lost, The Horse Soldiers, and The Barbarian and the Geisha.
Paul Newman: The Rack, The Silver Chalice, Somebody Up There Likes Me, The Long, Hot Summer, The Helen Morgan Story, Until They Sail, The Young Philadelphians, Rally Round the Flag, Boys!, The Left Handed Gun, and Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.
Marlon Brando: The Men, A Streetcar Named Desire, Viva Zapata!, Julius Caesar, The Wild One, On the Waterfront, Désirée, Guys and Dolls, The Teahouse of the August Moon, Sayonara, and The Young Lions.
Orson Welles: Othello, Touch of evil, Mr. Arkadin, Royal Affairs in Versailles, The Long, Hot Summer, The Vikings, High Journey, Ferry to Hong Kong, Compulsion, Masters of the Congo Jungle, South Seas Adventure, The Roots of Heaven, Napoléon, Man in the Shadow, Moby Dick, Three Cases of Murder, Trouble in the Glen, Disorder, The Black Rose, Return to Glennascaul, Little World of Don Camillo, Man, Beast and Virtue, and Trent's Last Case.
Montgomery Clift: The Big Lift, A Place in the Sun, I Confess, Indiscretion of an American Wife, From Here to Eternity, Raintree County, Lonelyhearts, The Young Lions, and Suddenly, Last Summer.
Tony Curtis: The Prince Who Was a Thief, Flesh and Fury, No Room for the Groom, Houdini, The Black Shield of Falworth, So This Is Paris, Six Bridges to Cross, The Square Jungle, Trapeze, Mister Cory, The Midnight Story, Sweet Smell of Success, The Vikings, Kings Go Forth, The Defiant Ones, Some Like It Hot, Operation Petticoat, Sierra, Winchester '73, Kansas Raiders, Forbidden, Son of Ali Baba, Meet Danny Wilson, All American, Beachhead, The Midnight Story, The Perfect Furlough, The Rawhide Years, The Purple Mask, Francis, Woman in Hiding, I Was a Shoplifter, and Johnny Dark.
James Dean: East of Eden, Has Anybody Seen My Gal?,Rebel Without a Cause, and Giant.
Kirk Douglas: Young Man With a Horn, The Glass Menagerie, Along the Great Divide, Ace in the Hole, Detective Story, The Big Sky, The Bad and the Beautiful, The Story of Three Loves, The Juggler, 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, Man Without a Star, Lust for Life, Top Secret Affair, Gunfight at the O.K. Corral, Paths of Glory, The Vikings, Last Train from Gun Hill, and The Devil’s Disciple.
Alec Guinness: Last Holiday, The Mudlark, The Lavender Hill Mob, The Man in the White Suit, The Promoter, The Captain’s Paradise, Malta Story, The Detective, To Paris with Love, The Prison, The Ladykillers, The Swan, The Bridge on the River Kwai, All at Sea, The Horse’s Mouth, The Scapegoat, and Our Man in Havana.
Charlton Heston: Julius Caesar, Dark City, The Greatest Show on Earth, Ruby Gentry, The President’s Lady, Arrowhead, The Naked Jungle, The Private war of Major Benson, Lucy Gallant, The Ten Commandments, Touch of Evil, The Big Country, The Wreck of the Mary Deare, Ben-Hur, The Far Horizons, The Buccaneer, Three Violent People, Secret of the Incas, Bad for Each Other, The Savage, The President's Lady, and Pony Express.
Rock Hudson: The Fat Man, Bend of the River, Scarlet Angel, Has Anyone Seen My Gal?, Magnificent Obsession, All that Heaven Allows, Never Say Goodbye, Giant, Written on the Wind, Something of Value, The Tarnished Angels, The Earth Is Mine, Pillow Talk, Winchester '73, Tomahawk, Horizons West, Twilight for the Gods, A Farewell to Arms, This Earth Is Mine, Captain Lightfoot, One Desire, Seminole, Bengal Brigade, Sea Devils, Gun Fury, Back to God's Country, The Golden Blade, Taza, Son of Cochise, The Lawless Breed, Peggy, The Desert Hawk, Iron Man, Here Come the Nelsons, Bright Victory, and Air Cadet.
Burt Lancaster: The Flame and the Arrow, Mister 880, Jim Thorpe—All-American, The Crimson Pirate, Come Back Little Sheba, From Here to Eternity, Apache, Vera Cruz, The Rose Tattoo, Trapeze, The Rainmaker, Gunfight at the O.K. Corral, Sweet Smell of Success, Run Silent Run Deep, The Devil’s Disciple, Ten Tall Men, South Sea Woman, and Three Sailors and a Girl.
Elvis Presley: Love Me Tender, Loving You, Jailhouse Rock, and King Creole.
William Holden: The Horse Soldiers, Sunset Boulevard, Sabrina, Stalag 17, Picnic, The Bridge on the River Kwai, Union Station, Father Is a Bachelor, Submarine Command, Born Yesterday, Force of Arms, Boots Malone, Executive Suite, Die Jungfrau auf dem Dach, The Moon Is Blue, The Bridges at Toko-Ri, Escape from Fort Bravo, Forever Female, Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing, The Country Girl, The Key, The Proud and Profane, and Toward the Unknown.
Cary Grant: An Affair to Remember, North by Northwest, The Pride and the Passion, Houseboat, To Catch a Thief, Indiscreet, Crisis, People Will Talk, Room for One More, Dream Wife, Monkey Business, Kiss Them for Me, and Operation Petticoat.
Toshiro Mifune: Samurai Trilogy, Seven Samurai, Rashomon, Throne of Blood, Scandal, The Hidden Fortress, Conduct Report on Professor Ishinaka, Engagement Ring, Elegy, Escape from Prison, Beyond Love and Hate, Pirates, Meeting of the Ghost Après-Guerre, Fog Horn, Conclusion of Kojiro Sasaki:Duel at Ganryu Island, The Life of a Horsetrader, Golden Girl, Who Knows a Woman's Heart, Vendetta for a Samurai, The Life of Oharu, Swift Current, Tokyo Sweetheart, Sword for Hire, The Man Who Came to Port, The Last Embrace, My Wonderful Yellow Car, Sunflower Girl, Eagle of the Pacific, The Black Fury, The Sound of Waves, All is Well part 1 & 2, The Merciless Boss: A Man Among Men, No Time for Tears, I Live in Fear, Rainy Night Duel, The Under World, Settlement of Love, Scoundrel, A Wife's Heart, Rebels on the High Seas, A Man in the Storm, Be Happy, These Two Lovers, A Dangerous Hero, Yagyu Secret Scrolls 1 & 2, Downtown, The Lower Depths, Holiday in Tokyo, Rickshaw Man, All About Marriage, Theater of Life, Yaji and Kita on the Road, The Three Treasures, Life of an Expert Swordsman, Boss of the Underworld, Desperado Outpost, and The Saga of the Vagabonds.
Henry Fonda: Mister Roberts, The Wrong Man, Pictura: An Adventure in Art, 12 Angry Men, Stage Struck, The Man Who Understood Women, Warlock, The Tin Star, and War and Peace
Dean Martin: Some Came Running, Rio Bravo, Career, Ten Thousand Bedrooms, The Young Lions, Little New Orleans Girl, Pardners, Hollywood or Bust, Artists and Models, Living It Up, You're Never Too Young, 3 Ring Circus, The Caddy, Road to Bali, Money from Home, Scared Stiff, The Stooge, That's My Boy, Sailor Beware, Jumping Jacks, My Friend Irma Goes West, and At War with the Army. Anthony Perkins: The Tin Star, Friendly Persuasion, Fear Strikes Out, The Matchmaker, On the Beach, Desire Under the Elms, Green Mansions, The Actress, The Lonely Man, and This Angry Age.
Gregory Peck: Only the Valiant, Roman Holiday, Moby Dick, Captain Horatio Hornblower, Pork Chop Hill, Beloved Infidel, David and Bathsheba, The Gunfighter, Pictura: An Adventure in Art, The World in His Arms, The Snows of Kilimanjaro, Designing Woman, On the Beach, The Hidden World, The Bravados, The Big Country, Night People, Boum sur Paris, The Million Pound Note, The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit, and The Purple Plain.
Clark Gable: Mogambo, Run Silent, Run Deep, Teacher's Pet, Betrayed, Never Let Me Go, The Tall Men, Key to the City, Across the Wide Missouri, To Please a Lady, Lone Star, But Not for Me, Soldier of Fortune, The King and Four Queens, and Band of Angels.
Gary Cooper: It's a Big Country, Blowing Wild, High Noon, The Wreck of the Mary Deare, They Came to Cordura, Ten North Frederick, Love in the Afternoon, Man of the West, The Hanging Tree, Friendly Persuasion, Vera Cruz, The Court-Martial of Billy Mitchell, Garden of Evil, Springfield Rifle, Return to Paradise, Starlift, You're in the Navy Now, Distant Drums, and It's a Big Country.
Robert Mitchum: Not as a Stranger, His Kind of Woman, River of No Return, Fire Down Below, The Night of the Hunter, Macao, The Racket, Where Danger Lives, The Lusty Men, River of No Return, Angel Face, White Witch Doctor, My Forbidden Past, Second Chance, One Minute to Zero, She Couldn't Say No, Bandido, Track of the Cat, The Wonderful Country, The Hunters, Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison, The Enemy Below, Thunder Road, and The Angry Hills.
Humphrey Bogart: The African Queen, The Caine Mutiny, Road to Bali, Deadline – U.S.A., Sabrina, The Barefoot Contessa, In a Lonely Place, The Left Hand of God, Sirocco, Chain Lightning, The Enforcer, Battle Circus, We're No Angels, The Love Lottery, Beat the Devil, The Desperate Hours, and The Harder They Fall.
Sidney Poitier: Band of Angels, The Defiant Ones, Porgy and Bess, Edge of the City, Virgin Island, The Mark of the Hawk, Something of Value, No Way Out, Cry, the Beloved Country, Go Man Go, Red Ball Express, Good-bye, My Lady, and Blackboard Jungle.
Takashi Shimura: Seven Samurai, Ikiru, Rashomon, Scandal, Elegy, The Idiot, Ikari no machi, Boryōku no Machi, Ore wa yojinbo, Ma no Ogen, Shunsetsu, Tenya wanya, Ginza Sanshiro, Yoru no hibotan, Ginza Sanshiro, Ai to nikushimi no kanata e, Kedamono no yado, Mesu Inu, Aoi shinju, Nusumareta koi, Hopu-san: sarariiman no maki, Muteki, The Life of a Horsetrader, Vendetta for a Samurai, Nangoku no hada, The Life of Oharu, Bijo to touzoku, Sengoku burai, Oka wa hanazakari, Minato e kita otoko, Hoyo, Fuun senryobune, Tobō chitai, Yoru no owari, Godzilla, Taiheiyō no washi, Jirochō sangokushi: kaitō-ichi no abarenbō, Asakusa no yoru, Kimi shinitamo koto nakare, Haha no hatsukoi, Shin kurama tengu daiichi wa: Tengu shutsugen, Shin kurama tengu daini wa: Azuma-dera no ketto, Bazoku geisha, Mekura neko, Mugibue, Godzilla Raids Again, No Time for Tears, Sanjusan go sha otonashi, Shin kurama tengu daisanbu, Muttsuri Umon torimonocho, Sugata naki mokugekisha, Asagiri, Geisha Konatsu: Hitori neru yo no Konatsu, I Live in Fear, Samurai III: Duel at Ganryu Island, Shin, Heike monogatari: Yoshinaka o meguru sannin no onna, Wakai ki, Kyatsu o nigasuna, The Underworld, Godzilla, King of the Monsters!, Arakure, Narazu-mono, Tōkyō hanzai chizu, Bōkyaku no hanabira, Throne of Blood, Sanjūrokunin no jōkyaku, Kono futari ni sachi are, Yama to kawa no aru machi, Bōkyaku no hanabira: Kanketsuhen, Kiken na eiyu, Yuunagi, Dotanba, Aoi sanmyaku Shinko no maki, The Mysterians, Ohtori-jo no hanayome, Edokko matsuri, haha, Forty-seven rōnin, Seven from Edo, Ten to Sen, Uguisu-jō no hanayome, Jinsei gekijō, The Hidden Fortress, Nichiren to Mōko Daishūrai, Ken wa shitte ita, Sora kakeru hanayome, Tetsuwan tōshu Inao monogatari, Kotan no kuchibue, Taiyō ni somuku mono, Sengoku gunto-den, Kagero ezu, The Three Treasures, Beran me-e geisha, Shobushi to sono musume, and Kēdamonō no torū michi.
James Mason: 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, A Star Is Born, The Desert Fox: The Story of Rommel, North by Northwest, Journey to the Center of the Earth, Bigger Than Life, Julius Caesar, A Touch of Larceny, The Decks Ran Red, Island in the Sun, Cry Terror!, Charade, Forever, Darling, The Desert Rats, Prince Valiant, The Man Between, The Tell-Tale Heart, Botany Bay, The Story of Three Loves, Face to Face, The Prisoner of Zenda, 5 Fingers, Lady Possessed, One Way Street, and Pandora and the Flying Dutchman.
Sterling Hayden: The Last Command, The Asphalt Jungle, The Killing, Johnny Guitar, Hellgate, The Star, Journey into Light, The Golden Hawk, Denver and Rio Grande, Flaming Feather, So Big, Flat Top, Crime Wave, Fighter Attack, Kansas Pacific, Take Me to Town, Suddenly, Naked Alibi, The Come On, Top Gun, Battle Taxi, Shotgun, Timberjack, The Eternal Sea, Arrow in the Dust, Ten Days to Tulara, 5 Steps to Danger, Crime of Passion, Valerie, Gun Battle at Monterey, Zero Hour!, Terror in a Texas Town, and The Iron Sheriff.
Harry Belafonte: Calypso, Carmen Jones, Island in the Sun, Odds Against Tomorrow, The World, the Flesh and the Devil, and Bright Road.
Laurence Olivier: Richard III, Carrie, Father's Little Dividend, The Magic Box, The Beggar's Opera, The Prince and the Showgirl, and The Devil's Disciple.
Jose Ferrer: Cyrano de Bergerac, Crisis, Anything Can Happen, Producers' Showcase: "Cyrano de Bergerac", Moulin Rouge, Miss Sadie Thompson, The Caine Mutiny, Deep in My Heart, I Accuse!, The High Cost of Loving, The Great Man, The Shrike, and The Cockleshell Heroes.
James Cagney: Mister Roberts, Run for Cover, Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye, The West Point Story, Come Fill the Cup, A Lion Is in the Streets, What Price Glory, Love Me or Leave Me, The Seven Little Foys, Tribute to a Bad Man, Man of a Thousand Faces, These Wilder Years, Never Steal Anything Small, and Shake Hands with the Devil.
Farley Granger: Strangers on a Train, Our Very Own, Side Street, Behave Yourself!, Edge of Doom, O. Henry's Full House, I Want You, The Story of Three Loves, Hans Christian Andersen, Senso, Small Town Girl, The Girl in the Red Velvet Swing, and The Naked Street.
Bing Crosby: High Society, Alias Jesse James, Say One for Me, Anything Goes, The Joker Is Wild, Man on Fire, White Christmas, The Country Girl, Road to Bali, Scared Stiff, The Greatest Show on Earth, Little Boy Lost, Just for You, Son of Paleface, Angels in the Outfield, Riding High, Here Comes the Groom, and Mr. Music.
Chishū Ryū: Tokyo Story, The Munekata Sisters, Home Sweet Home, Early Summer, Carmen Comes Home, The Flavor of Green Tea over Rice, Arashi, Twenty-Four Eyes, Early Spring, Tokyo Twilight, Rickshaw Man, Floating Weeds, and Good Morning.
Ray Milland: Three Brave Men, A Man Alone, The Girl in the Red Velvet Swing, A Woman of Distinction, A Life of Her Own, Copper Canyon, Dial M for Murder, Lisbon, The Safecracker, The River's Edge, High Flight, Something to Live For, Jamaica Run, The Thief, Close to My Heart, Rhubarb, Bugles in the Afternoon, and Night into Morning.
Alan Ladd: The Badlanders, The Big Land, Branded, Captain Carey, U.S.A, Shane, Botany Bay, Boy on a Dolphin, A Cry in the Night, The Man in the Net, Island of Lost Women, The Deep Six, The Proud Rebel, Saskatchewan, Drum Beat, The McConnell Story, Desert Legion, The Red Beret, The Black Knight, Santiago, Hell on Frisco Bay, Red Mountain, Hell Below Zero, A Sporting Oasis, The Iron Mistress, Thunder in the East, and Appointment with Danger. Ben Johnson: Wagon Master, Shane, Rio Grande, Fort Bowie, War Drums, Slim Carter, Wild Stallion, Oklahoma!, and Rebel in Town.
Walter Brennan: Rio Bravo, A Ticket to Tomahawk, Singing Guns, Bad Day at Black Rock, The Far Country, Good-bye, My Lady, The Way to the Gold, Tammy and the Bachelor, God Is My Partner, Glory, At Gunpoint, Sea of Lost Ships, Come Next Spring, The Proud Ones, Surrender, Curtain Call at Cactus Creek, The Showdown, Return of the Texan, Best of the Badmen, The Wild Blue Yonder, Lure of the Wilderness, Along the Great Divide, Four Guns to the Border, and Drums Across the River.
Ralph Meeker: Kiss Me Deadly, Paths of Glory, Jeopardy, A Woman's Devotion, Glory Alley, Somebody Loves Me, Teresa, 4 Num Jeep, The Naked Spur, Big House, U.S.A., Run of the Arrow, The Fuzzy Pink Nightgown, Code Two, and Desert Sands.
Edmond O’Brian: The Turning Point, The Hitch-Hiker, 1984, The Girl Can't Help It, Julius Caesar, The Barefoot Contessa, The Greatest Show on Earth, Denver and Rio Grande, Pete Kelly's Blues, The Rack, The Restless and the Damned, The World Was His Jury, Sing, Boy, Sing, A Cry in the Night, The Big Land, Stopover Tokyo, Up Periscope, D-Day the Sixth of June, The Shanghai Story, Shield for Murder, China Venture, The Bigamist, Cow Country, Man in the Dark, Backfire, 711 Ocean Drive, The Admiral Was a Lady, The Redhead and the Cowboy, Between Midnight and Dawn, Silver City, Warpath, and Two of a Kind.
Lee J. Cobb: The Left Hand of God, On the Waterfront, 12 Angry Men, The Brothers Karamazov, The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit, Party Girl, The Trap, Green Mansions, But not for me, Man of the West, The Garment Jungle, Miami Expose, The Three Faces of Eve, The Racers, Day of Triumph, The Road to Denver, The Fighter, The Family Secret, Yankee Pasha, Gorilla at Large, The Man Who Cheated Himself, and The Tall Texan.
Karl Malden: Baby Doll, A Streetcar Named Desire, On the Waterfront, The Hanging Tree, I Confess, The Gunfighter, Halls of Montezuma, Where the Sidewalk Ends, Diplomatic Courier, Time Limit, The Sellout, Bombers B-52, Ruby Gentry, Phantom of the Rue Morgue, Ruby Gentry, Take the High Ground!, and Operation Secret. Rod Steiger: The Harder They Fall, Cry Terror!, Teresa, On the Waterfront, Oklahoma!, The Big Knife, Jubal, The Court-Martial of Billy Mitchell, Al Capone, Back from Eternity, Run of the Arrow, The Unholy Wife, and Across the Bridge.
Aldo Ray: The Marrying Kind, Pat and Mike, Let's Do It Again, Battle Cry, God's Little Acre, Nightfall, The Naked and the Dead, Men in War, The Siege of Pinchgut, Three Stripes in the Sun, The Barefoot Mailman, My True Story, and Never Trust a Gambler.
Richard Conte: I'll Cry Tomorrow, The Fighter, The Sleeping City, Hollywood Story, The Raging Tide, The Raiders, The Blue Gardenia, Desert Legion, Slaves of Babylon, Highway Dragnet, New York Confidential, The Big Combo, Mask of Dust, Full of Life, The Big Tip Off, Little Red Monkey, Bengazi, Target Zero, The Brothers Rico, This Angry Age, and They Came to Cordura.
Tab Hunter: They Came to Cordura, That Kind of Woman, Gunman's Walk, Damn Yankees, Lafayette Escadrille, The Lawless, Gun Belt, The Island of Desire, Battle Cry, Track of the Cat, While We're Young, The Steel Lady, Return to Treasure Island, The Sea Chase, Fear Strikes Out, The People Against McQuade, The Burning Hills, The Girl He Left Behind, Mask for the Devil, Forbidden Area, Hans Brinker and the and Silver Skates.
Robert Ryan: Born to Be Bad, The Secret Fury, Flying Leathernecks, Hard, Fast and Beautiful, Clash by Night, On Dangerous Ground, The Racket, Horizons West, Beware, My Lovely, Bad Day at Black Rock, The Naked Spur, Best of the Badmen, Inferno, City Beneath the Sea, About Mrs. Leslie, Alaska Seas, Back from Eternity, The Tall Men, House of Bamboo, The Proud Ones, Her Twelve Men, Escape to Burma, Men in War, Odds Against Tomorrow, Lonelyhearts, Day of the Outlaw, and God's Little Acre.
Charles Laughton: Witness for the Prosecution, The Blue Veil, O. Henry's Full House, The Strange Door, Salome, Abbott and Costello Meet Captain Kidd, Young Bess, and Hobson's Choice.
Lee Marvin: Teresa, You're in the Navy Now, The Big Heat, Gorilla at Large, The Caine Mutiny, The Glory Brigade, The Stranger Wore a Gun, Bad Day at Black Rock, Gun Fury, Attack, Seven Men from Now, Raintree County, The Rack, The Missouri Traveler, Violent Saturday, I Died a Thousand Times, Not as a Stranger, A Life in the Balance, Pillars of the Sky, Shack Out on 101, The Wild One, The Raid, Down Among the Sheltering Palms, The Duel at Silver Creek, Hangman's Knot, Eight Iron Men, Seminole, Diplomatic Courier, and We're Not Married!.
Marcello Mastroianni: Lulu, It's Never Too Late, Black Feathers, Sunday Heroes, The Mute of Portici, The Most Wonderful Moment, Fathers and Sons, Sand, Love and Salt, White Nights, Girls for the Summer, The Bigamist, Piece of the Sky, Three Girls from Rome, The Eternal Chain, Il viale della speranza, Schiava del peccato, Tom Toms of Mayumba, The Island Princess, The Miller's Beautiful Wife, Too Bad She's Bad, House of Ricordi, Lucky to Be a Woman, The Law, Ferdinando I, re di Napoli, My Wife's Enemy, Everyone's in Love, Love and Troubles, Big Deal on Madonna Street, Doctor and the Healer, Chronicle of Poor Lovers, A Slice of Life, Days of Love, Sunday in August, A Tale of Five Cities, The Accusation, Tragic Return, Eager to Live, Barefoot Savage, Paris Is Always Paris, La valigia dei sogni, Against the Law, A Dog's Life, and Hearts at Sea.
Glenn Ford: The Big Heat, Blackboard Jungle, 3:10 to Yuma, Appointment in Honduras, The Violent Men, The Man from the Alamo, Plunder of the Sun, The Americano, Cowboy, Don't Go Near the Water, Trial, Jubal, The Fastest Gun Alive, Ransom!, It Started with a Kiss, The Sheepman, The Teahouse of the August Moon, Imitation General, Torpedo Run, The Gazebo, Human Desire, Interrupted Melody, The White Tower, Convicted, The Redhead and the Cowboy, The Secret of Convict Lake, The Flying Missile, Follow the Sun, The Green Glove, Young Man with Ideas, Time Bomb, and Affair in Trinidad.
Walter Matthau: The Kentuckian, Bigger Than Life, The Indian Fighter, King Creole, A Face in the Crowd, Slaughter on Tenth Avenue, Onionhead, Voice in the Mirror, and Ride a Crooked Trail.
Jeff Chandler: Broken Arrow, Female on the Beach, Deported, Away All Boats, Abbott and Costello in the Foreign Legion, The Desert Hawk, Double Crossbones, Two Flags West, Sign of the Pagan, Taza, Son of Cochise, Drango, The Tattered Dress, Pillars of the Sky, The Lady Takes a Flyer, Man in the Shadow, Jeanne Eagels, Ten Seconds to Hell, Stranger in My Arms, The Jayhawkers!, Thunder in the Sun, Raw Wind in Eden, Foxfire, The Toy Tiger, The Spoilers, East of Sumatra, Yankee Pasha, Girls in the Night, War Arrow, The Great Sioux Uprising, Iron Man, The Battle at Apache Pass, Smuggler's Island, Meet Danny Wilson, Flame of Araby, Bird of Paradise, Son of Ali Baba, Because of You, Yankee Buccaneer, and Red Ball Express.
Vincent Price: While the City Sleeps, Serenade, The Ten Commandments, Son of Sinbad, The Fly, The Vagabond King, The Baron of Arizona, Adventures of Captain Fabian, Pictura: An Adventure in Art, Champagne for Caesar, His Kind of Woman, Curtain Call at Cactus Creek, Born in Freedom: The Story of Colonel Drake, Dangerous Mission, House of Wax, The Tingler, House on Haunted Hill, The Big Circus, The Story of Mankind, Return of the Fly, The Bat, Casanova's Big Night, The Mad Magician, and The Las Vegas Story.
Joel Mccrea: Wichita, Stranger on Horseback, Stars in My Crown, The Outriders, Frenchie, Saddle Tramp, The San Francisco Story, Hollywood Story, Cattle Drive, Rough Shoot, The Oklahoman, Black Horse Canyon, The First Texan, The Lone Hand, The Tall Stranger, The Gunfight at Dodge City, Fort Massacre, Trooper Hook, Gunsight Ridge, and Cattle Empire.
Van Heflin: 3:10 to Yuma, Shane, Gunman's Walk, The Prowler, Tomahawk, Week-End with Father, South of Algiers, Tanganyika, Black Widow, Woman's World, Wings of the Hawk, The Raid, They Came to Cordura, Tempest, Patterns, Count Three and Pray, My Son John, and Battle Cry.
Fred Macmurray: Woman's World, Borderline, Pushover, The Rains of Ranchipur, At Gunpoint, There's Always Tomorrow, Quantez, Gun for a Coward, The Oregon Trail, The Shaggy Dog, Good Day for a Hanging, Face of a Fugitive, Day of the Badman, Fair Wind to Java, The Caine Mutiny, Callaway Went Thataway, A Millionaire for Christy, Never a Dull Moment, The Far Horizons, and The Moonlighter.
Zbigniew Cybulski: A Generation, Ashes and Diamonds, Wraki, Kariera, Tajemnica dzikiego szybu, Trzy starty, Krzyż Walecznych, Night Train, and The Eighth Day of the Week.
Sam Jaffe: The Asphalt Jungle, Ben-Hur, The Day the Earth Stood Still, I Can Get It for You Wholesale, The Barbarian and the Geisha, Main Street to Broadway, and Les Espions.
Richard Widmark: Panic in the Streets, Hell and High Water, Warlock, The Tunnel of Love, Pickup on South Street, Don't Bother to Knock, Halls of Montezuma, Time Limit, Night and the City, Take the High Ground!, No Way Out, O. Henry's Full House, Destination Gobi, The Frogmen, Red Skies of Montana, My Pal Gus, Backlash, A Prize of Gold, The Trap, The Law and Jake Wade, The Last Wagon, Saint Joan, Garden of Evil, The Cobweb, Run for the Sun, and Broken Lance.
Yul Brynner: The King and I, The Ten Commandments, Anastasia, The Brothers Karamazov, The Buccaneer, Solomon and Sheba, The Sound and the Fury, and The Journey.
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2020.10.24 07:47 jotheunknownunicorn I don’t think I can do this relationship anymore

I am 26f and my husband is 40. We’ve been together a little over 4yrs and married for one. The way we met was almost like a fairytale. long story shot we met while we were in Israel. He was there on business , I was there for vacation. The hotel played matchmaker and brought us together. We despite the age difference we had many interest in common and instantly. When we flew back to the states we did long distance for awhile. Eventually I decided to move to Texas to live with him.
Over the last year we’ve been having many ups and downs. When we’re good we’re good, but when we fight it’s explosive. For example. Last week I decided to pick up my co-worker’s shift due to a serious family emergency. I went home and told my husband that I was going to cover her shift from 9:30-1. My husband freaked out. He started calling me selfish and said I was inconsiderate. He told me that I should have check with him first.I told him my co-workers situation and he told me that i shouldn’t let my emotions effect my decisions. He then went on a tangent calling me all sorts of names and told me I was “stupid” and then he started bringing up my childhood and said I was bullied as a child because I was “weak” and “stupid and that I still am. He then told me that we weren’t working and he wanted to get a divorce....he gave me the silent treatment for two days. On the third day he acted like nothing happened.
After a very stressful day at work today. Ive had multiple anxiety attacks and feel like I’m going to break down at any moment. Today was one of those days where it was one thing after another. While at work I thought I lost my engagement ring. I work in a high end retail store. I went for a coffee run to Starbucks and a few minutes after I got back I realized my engagement ring was missing. My coworkers and I searched the whole store. They helped me retrace my steps, after searching and searching we had no luck. I called my husband upset and tried to explain the situation, I repeatedly apologized and took responsibility for what happened. At first he was very calm and said “don’t worry, try to breath and retrace your steps and think” and before i could even get a word out it was like a switch flipped and he said “you’re so careless, you never take responsibility for anything, that ring wasn’t cheap, it was a gift and You’re not getting another one” i remember asking him a long time ago if my ring was insured and he told me it was, today I asked if it was insured and he told me it wasn’t. I was frantic. I checked with the jeweler he purchased the ring from and found out that he did in fact have the ring insured under our house insurance. My coworkers and I searched one last time before closing today and by some chance we found my ring! When I went home I told him I found my ring, that’s when he admitted to me that my ring was in fact insured like the jeweler said. He’s been treating me awful all night and never apologize for the hurtful things he said to me earlier.
I’ve been shaken up all night. I don’t understand why he had to lie to me. I don’t understand why he couldn’t just have tried to be calm and communicate with me in a healthy way. I’m tired of him controlling every aspect of my life. I really don’t know what to do or how to move forward. I know his behavior isn’t normal.
I don’t know what to do anymore. I’m tired of feeling like I’m walking on eggshells.
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2020.10.23 02:01 N7SAIBOT ArcSys needs to trash regions

Please keep this in mind while submitting feedback.
The prevalence of regions is just as detrimental to the game as the lack of crossplay. In most fighters you have casual and ranked as the main forms of multiplayer. In XRD and other recent ArcSys games the playerbase is split multiple ways. In xrd you pick a non instanced regional server to play what is supposed to be the main mode of multiplayer and on top of you have lobby’s and rooms.
In strive from what I can see the floor system doesn’t have background instanced matchmaking or global matchmaking so the guy playing in california is completely cut off from the guy in texas, and both are cut off from the people using the global matchmaking.
I don’t want this game to end up like xrd where people in california have to play on the east coast floor server to find a game shortly after launch because if that happens rollback isn’t gonna matter all that much. Especially because they seem to be pushing floors as the main vehicle of matchmaking.
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2020.10.02 22:19 BlueMountainDace Dungeons and Dragons for Donna Imam

Hi Y'all! Asian Democrats of Central Texas is hosting a DnD Twitch fundraiser for Donna Imam who is running for Congress in District 31. We'll be playing with Donna, Vyasar Ganesan (Indian Matchmaking), streaming personalities Erika Ishii and Zehra Fazal, and a special guest appearance by Andrew Yang!
If you donate by tomorrow, you can be part of the game! Check it out: https://secure.actblue.com/donate/api.pac.donna.1004?
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2020.09.30 20:57 Britneyfan456 Which Actress had the best run in the 50s?

It could be best run in terms of anything
Ingrid Bergman: Fear, Europe '51, Stromboli, Anastasia, Journey to Italy, Joan of Arc at the Stake, Elena and Her Men, and The Inn of the Sixth Happiness.
Dorothy Dandridge: Bright Road, Carmen Jones, Island in the Sun, Tamango, The Decks Ran Red, Porgy and Bess, Remains to Be Seen, The Harlem Globetrotters, and Tarzan's Peril.
Doris Day: Young Man with a Horn, Tea for Two, The West Point Story, Storm Warning, Lullabye of Broadway, On Moonlight Bay, April in Paris, Calamity Jane, Young at Heart, Love Me or Leave Me, The Man Who Knew Too Much, Teacher’s Pet, and Pillow Talk.
Grace Kelly: High Noon, Dial M for Murder, Rear Window, The Bridges at Toko-Ri, The Country Girl, To Catch a Thief, and High Society.
Jayne Mansfield: Female Jungle, The Girl Can’t Help It, The Wayward Bus, The Burglar, Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter, Kiss Them for Me, The Sheriff of Fractured Jaw, Illegal, Hell on Frisco Bay, Pete Kelly's Blues, and Underwater!.
Marilyn Monroe: All About Eve, The Asphalt Jungle, Monkey Business, Niagara, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, How to Marry a Millionaire, There’s No Business Like Show Business, The 7 Year Itch, Bus Stop, The Prince and the Showgirl, Some Like It Hot, We're Not Married!, Bus Stop, Don't Bother to Knock, Love Nest, O. Henry's Full House, Let's Make It Legal, River of No Return, A Ticket to Tomahawk, As Young as You Feel, The Fireball, Home Town Story, and Right Cross.
Kim Novak: Pushover, Picnic, The Man with the Golden Arm, The Eddy Duchin Story, Pal Joey, Vertigo, Bell Book and Candle, Middle of the Night, The French Line, 5 Against the House, Jeanne Eagels, Pushover , Phffft, and Son of Sinbad.
Thelma Ritter: All About Eve, Perfect Strangers, As Young as You Feel, The Model and the Marriage Broker, With a Song in My Heart, Titanic, Pickup on South Street, Rear Window, Daddy Long Legs, The Proud and Profane, A Hole in the Head, and Pillow Talk.
Jane Russell: His Kind of Woman, The Las Vegas Story, Macao, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, Underwater!,Road to Bali,Foxfire, Double Dynamite, Macao, Son of Paleface, Hot Blood, Gentlemen Marry Brunettes, The French Line, The Revolt of Mamie Stover,Montana Belle,The Tall Men, The Fuzzy Pink Nightgown, and The Revolt of Mamie Stover.
Elizabeth Taylor: The Last Time I Saw Paris, Quo Vadis, Beau Brummell, Father of the Bride, A Place in the Sun, Ivanhoe, Giant, Raintree County, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Elephant Walk,Love Is Better Than Ever,The Big Hangover, and Suddenly Last Summer.
Deborah Kerr: Quo Vadis, From Here to Eternity, The King and I, An Affair to Remember, Tea and Sympathy, Separate Tables, Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison, Julius Caesar, Dream Wife, Young Bess, King Solomon's Mines, The Proud and Profane, and Bonjour Tristesse.
Anne Baxter: All About Eve, The Ten Commandments, I Confess, Chase a Crooked Shadow, The Blue Gardenia,Three Violent People, The Come On, One Desire, The Spoilers, Follow the Sun, A Ticket to Tomahawk, The Outcasts of Poker Flat, My Wife's Best Friend, O. Henry's Full House, Carnival Story, Bedevilled, and Summer of the Seventeenth Doll.
Audrey Hepburn: Sabrina, Funny Face, Roman Holiday, Love in the Afternoon,The Nun's Story,War and Peace, One Wild Oat, The Lavender Hill Mob, Monte Carlo Baby, Secret People, Laughter in Paradise, Green Mansions, and Young Wives' Tale.
Gloria Grahame: In a Lonely Place , The Big Heat, Human Desire, Sudden Fear, The Bad and the Beautiful, Odds Against Tomorrow, The Man Who Never Was, Naked Alibi, Macao, Man on a Tightrope, The Glass Wall, and The Greatest Show on Earth.
Katharine Hepburn: The African Queen, Suddenly, Last Summer, The Rainmaker, Summertime, Pat and Mike, and Desk set.
Giulietta Masina: Nights of Cabiria, La Strada, Buonanotte... avvocato!, Fortunella, Europe '51, and Without Pity.
Shelley Winters: The Diary of Anne Frank, A Place in the Sun, The Night of the Hunter, Odds Against Tomorrow, The Big Knife, I Am a Camera, Playgirl, Mambo, Tennessee Champ, Executive Suite, To Dorothy a Son, Saskatchewan, Phone Call from a Stranger, Untamed Frontier, My Man and I, Meet Danny Wilson, Winchester '73, Frenchie, Behave Yourself!, South Sea Sinner, He Ran All the Way, and The Raging Tide.
Setsuko Hara: Tokyo Story, Early Summer, Shuu, Shirayuki-sensei to kodomo-tachi, Repast, The Idiot, Sound of the Mountain, oban, a holiday in Tokyo, Non-chan Kumo ni Noru, Oban, The Three Treasures, and Tokyo Twilight.
Natalie Wood: The Searchers, Rebel Without a Cause, Marjorie Morningstar, Kings Go Forth, The Girl He Left Behind, Bombers B-52, A Cry in the Night, The Burning Hills, Just for You, one desire, The Silver Chalice, No Sad Songs for Me, The Jackpot, Our Very Own, Never a Dull Moment, The Blue Veil, and The Rose Bowl Story.
Lee Remick: A Face in the Crowd, Anatomy of a Murder, The Long, Hot Summer, and These Thousand Hills.
Eva Marie Saint: On the Waterfront, North by Northwest, Raintree County, A Hatful of Rain, and That Certain Feeling.
Bette Davis: The Star, All About Eve, Another Man's Poison, Phone Call from a Stranger, The Catered Affair, Storm Center, The Scapegoat, The Virgin Queen, and John Paul Jones.
Kim Hunter: A Streetcar Named Desire, Storm Center, The Young Stranger, Deadline – U.S.A., Money, Women and Guns, Bermuda Affair, and Anything Can Happen.
Sophia Loren: Houseboat, That Kind of Woman, It Started in Naples, The Pride and the Passion, Anna, Attila, Aida, Era lui... sì! sì!, The Piano Tuner Has Arrived, Quo Vadis, Owner of the Vapor, Brief Rapture, Milano miliardaria, Hearts at Sea, Bluebeard's Six Wives, Io sono il capataz, Il voto, Totò Tarzan, La Favorita, The Dream of Zorro, We Find Ourselves in the Gallery, The Country of the Campanelli, Woman of the Red Sea, Good Folk's Sunday, Two Nights with Cleopatra, Girls Marked Danger, The Anatomy of Love, A Day in Court, A Slice of Life, The Key, The Black Orchid, That Kind of Woman, Lucky to Be a Woman, Boy on a Dolphin, Desire Under the Elms, Legend of the Lost, Too Bad She's Bad, The River Girl, The Miller's Beautiful Wife, Scandal in Sorrento, The Sign of Venus, Poverty and Nobility, Neapolitan Carousel, and The Gold of Naples.
Donna Reed: From Here to Eternity, The Whole Truth, Backlash, Beyond Mombasa, The Far Horizons, Rainbow 'Round My Shoulder, Scandal Sheet, Hangman's Knot, Saturday's Hero, Raiders of the Seven Seas, Gun Fury, Three Hours to Kill, The Last Time I Saw Paris, The Caddy, They Rode West, Ransom!, and The Benny Goodman Story,
Lana Turner: Diane, The Bad and the Beautiful, Betrayed, Peyton Place, Imitation of Life, The Sea Chase, Another Time, Another Place, The Lady Takes a Flyer, The Rains of Ranchipur, The Prodigal, Latin Lovers, Flame and the Flesh, The Merry Widow, A Life of Her Own, and Mr. Imperium.
Judy Garland: A Star Is Born and Summer Stock.
Patricia Neal: A Face in the Crowd, The Day the Earth Stood Still, Something for the Birds, Week-End with Father, Raton Pass, Bright Leaf, The Breaking Point, Operation Pacific, Three Secrets, Stranger from Venus, La tua donna, Diplomatic Courier, and Washington Story.
Joan Crawford: Johnny Guitar, The Damned Don't Cry, Sudden Fear, Torch Song, Goodbye, My Fancy, Sudden Fear, Female on the Beach, Autumn Leaves, This Woman Is Dangerous, Harriet Craig, The Story of Esther Costello, Queen Bee, and The Best of Everything.
Judy Holliday: Born Yesterday,The Marrying Kind, Phffft, It Should Happen to You, Full of Life, and The Solid Gold Cadillac .
Brigitte Bardot: Manina, the Girl in the Bikini, Crazy for Love, His Father's Portrait, Act of Love, The Long Teeth, Concert of Intrigue, Royal Affairs in Versailles, The Light Across the Street, Doctor at Sea, School for Love, The Grand Maneuver, Nero's Weekend, Caroline and the Rebels, La Parisienne, Babette Goes to War, The Night Heaven Fell, The Female, Come Dance with Me, The Bride Is Much Too Beautiful, In Case of Adversity, Helen of Troy, Naughty Girl, Plucking the Daisy, and And God Created Woman.
Lauren Bacall: How to Marry a Millionaire, Designing Woman, Blood Alley, Young Man with a Horn, Written on the Wind, Woman's World, The Cobweb, The Gift of Love, and North West Frontier.
Gloria Swanson: Sunset Boulevard, Nero's Weekend, and 3 for Bedroom C.
Vivien Leigh: A Streetcar Named Desire and The Deep Blue Sea.
Shirley MacLaine: Some Came Running, The Trouble with Harry, Around the World in 80 Days, Artists and Models, Hot Spell, Career, The Matchmaker, The Sheepman, and Ask Any Girl.
Debbie Reynolds: Singin' in the Rain, Three Little Words, The Affairs of Dobie Gillis, Tammy and the Bachelor, The Catered Affair, Bundle of Joy, Susan Slept Here, Athena, Skirts Ahoy!, The Tender Trap, Hit the Deck, I Love Melvin, Give a Girl a Break, Meet Me in Las Vegas, The Daughter of Rosie O'Grady, Two Weeks with Love, The Gazebo, It Started with a Kiss, This Happy Feeling, The Mating Game, and Say One for Me.
Cyd Charisse: The Band Wagon, Meet Me in Las Vegas, Singin' in the Rain, Brigadoon, Silk Stockings, Party Girl, Twilight for the Gods, Easy to Love, Deep in My Heart, It's Always Fair Weather, Tension, The Mark of the Renegade, The Wild North, and Sombrero.
Isuzu Yamada: Epitome, Home Sweet Home, Gendai-jin, Hakone Fūunroku, Boshizō, Tōjin Okichi, Takekurabe, Christ in Bronze, Neko to Shōzō to Futari no Onna, Throne of Blood, Nagareru, The Lower Depths, Black River, and Tokyo Twilight.
Barbara Stanwyck: All I Desire, Jeopardy, The File on Thelma Jordon, The Furies, No Man of Her Own, Titanic, To Please a Lady, Clash by Night, The Man with a Cloak, The Moonlighter, Blowing Wild, Witness to Murder, Executive Suite, Cattle Queen of Montana, The Violent Men, Escape to Burma, There's Always Tomorrow, Forty Guns, The Maverick Queen, and Trooper Hook.
Ava Gardener: Pandora and the Flying Dutchman, Show Boat, Mogambo, Barefoot Contessa, Bowhani Junction, The Snows of Kilimanjaro, On the Beach, The Band Wagon, Lone Star, My Forbidden Past, Ride, Vaquero!, Knights of the Round Table, The Sun Also Rises, The Naked Maja, and The Little Hut.
Janet Leigh: Angels in the Outfield, Scaramouche, The Naked Spur, Safari, Living It Up, Touch of Evil, Two Tickets to Broadway, It's a Big Country, Strictly Dishonorable, Houdini, Just This Once, Fearless Fagan, Prince Valiant, Walking My Baby Back Home, Jet Pilot, Confidentially Connie, Pete Kelly's Blues, My Sister Eileen, The Black Shield of Falworth, The Vikings, Rogue Cop, and The Perfect Furlough.
Jane Wyman: So Big, Stage Fright, Magnificent Obsession, All That Heaven Allows, Here Comes the Groom, The Glass Menagerie, Three Guys Named Mike, Three Lives, The Blue Veil, Just for You, The Story of Will Rogers, The Story of Will Rogers, Lucy Gallant, and Holiday for Lovers.
Claire Trevor: Borderline, Lucy Gallant, Best of the Badmen, Hard, Fast and Beautiful, My Man and I, Stop, You're Killing Me, The Stranger Wore a Gun, Hoodlum Empire, Marjorie Morningstar, The High and the Mighty, The Mountain, and Man Without a Star.
Maureen O'Hara: The Quiet Man, Rio Grande, The Wings of Eagles, Comanche Territory, At Sword's Point, Kangaroo, Against All Flags, Malaga, War Arrow, The Long Gray Line, The Magnificent Matador, Lady Godiva of Coventry, Lisbon, Everything but the Truth, Our Man in Havana, and Flame of Araby.
Claudette Colbert: Texas Lady, Royal Affairs in Versailles, Three Came Home, Thunder on the Hill, The Secret Fury, Let's Make It Legal, The Planter's Wife, and Daughters of Destiny.
Simone Signoret: Room at the Top, Manèges, La Ronde, Gunman in the Streets, Swiss Tour, Casque d'Or, Without Leaving an Address, Thérèse Raquin, Shadow and Light, Les Diaboliques, Death in the Garden, Mother Courage and Her Children, and The Crucible.
Anna Magnani: The Rose Tattoo, Bellissima, Camicie rosse, Volcano, Le Carrosse d'or, Carosello del varietà, Wild Is the Wind, The Awakening, and Nella città l'inferno.
Susan Hayward: Woman Obsessed, Thunder in the Sun, I Want to Live! , Top Secret Affair, The Conqueror, I'll Cry Tomorrow, Untamed, Soldier of Fortune, Garden of Evil, Demetrius and the Gladiators, White Witch Doctor, The Lusty Men, The President's Lady, The Snows of Kilimanjaro, With a Song in My Heart, Rawhide, David and Bathsheba, and I Can Get It for You Wholesale.
Olivia de Havilland: The Proud Rebel, Libel, That Lady, Not as a Stranger, The Ambassador's Daughter, and My Cousin Rachel.
Ruby Dee: The Jackie Robinson Story, No Way Out, The Bitter Cup, The Tall Target, Go, Man, Go!, Edge of the City, The Great American Pastime, Virgin Island, St. Louis Blues, and Take a Giant Step.
Diana Dors: Passport to Shame, Tread Softly Stranger, La ragazza del palio, The Long Haul, I Married a Woman, The Unholy Wife, Yield to the Night, Value for Money, An Alligator Named Daisy, Miss Tulip Stays the Night, A Kid for Two Farthings, The Lovely Place, As Long as They're Happy, The Weak and the Wicked, It's a Grand Life, The Great Game, The Saint's Return, Dance Hall, Is Your Honeymoon Really Necessary?, Face to Face, The Last Page, My Wife's Lodger, Worm's Eye View, and Lady Godiva Rides Again.
Lucille Ball: I Love Lucy Christmas Show, Forever, Darling, The Long, Long Trailer, The Magic Carpet, Fancy Pants, and The Fuller Brush Girl.
Jeanne Crain: Cheaper by the Dozen, Take Care of My Little Girl, People Will Talk, The Model and the Marriage Broker, Belles on Their Toes, I Full House, Vicki, Dangerous Crossing, City of Bad Men, Duel in the Jungle, Man Without a Star, Gentlemen Marry Brunettes, The Second Greatest Sex, The Girl Who Wasn't Wanted, Airborne Honeymoon, The Fastest Gun Alive, The Joker is Wild, The Tattered Dress, Escape to Memphis, Wait till Spring, The Great Gatsby, and The Trouble with Ruth.
Joan Collins: Facts and Fancies, Lady Godiva Rides Again, The Woman's Angle, Judgment Deferred, I Believe in You, Cosh Boy, Decameron Nights, Turn the Key Softly, Rally 'Round the Flag, Boys!, Sea Wife, The Bravados, Island in the Sun, The Wayward Bus, The Opposite Sex, The Girl in the Red Velvet Swing, The Virgin Queen, Land of the Pharaohs, The Good Die Young, Our Girl Friday, and The Square Ring.
Gene Tierney: Where the Sidewalk Ends, Night and the City, The Mating Season, Plymouth Adventure, The Secret of Convict Lake, On the Riviera, Close to My Heart, Way of a Gaucho, The Left Hand of God, Black Widow, Never Let Me Go, The Egyptian, and Personal Affair.
Agnes Moorehead: Tempest, The Bat, Night of the Quarter Moon, Raintree County, The True Story of Jesse James, Jeanne Eagels, The Story of Mankind, Untamed, All That Heaven Allows, The Left Hand of God, Magnificent Obsession, Pardners, The Revolt of Mamie Stover, The Swan, The Conqueror, Meet Me in Las Vegas, The Opposite Sex, Scandal at Scourie, Main Street to Broadway, Those Redheads from Seattle, Caged, The Story of Three Loves, Show Boat, Black Jack, Adventures of Captain Fabian, Fourteen Hours, The Blue Veil, and The Blazing Forest.
Celia Johnson: The Astonished Heart, The Holly and the Ivy, The Captain's Paradise, I Believe in You, A Kid for Two Farthings, and The Good Companions.
Vera Miles: Tarzan's Hidden Jungle, The Searchers, A Touch of Larceny, The Wrong Man, The FBI Story, Beau James, Beyond This Place, Wichita, Pride of the Blue Grass, 23 Paces to Baker Street, Autumn Leaves, The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms, So Big, The Charge at Feather River, Two Tickets to Broadway, When Willie Comes Marching Home, For Men Only, and The Rose Bowl Story.
Jan Sterling: Ace in the Hole, The High and the Mighty, Caged, The Skipper Surprised His Wife, Gun Fire, Mystery Street, Union Station, Flesh and Fury, Rhubarb, Appointment with Danger, Split Second, Alaska Seas, Sky Full of Moon, Pony Express, The Mating Season, The Vanquished, Slaughter on Tenth Avenue, Kathy O', 1984, Man with the Gun, The Female Animal, High School Confidential, The Harder They Fall, The Human Jungle, Women's Prison, Return from the Sea, Female on the Beach, and Snow Dog.
Jean Simmons: Guys and Dolls, Young Bess, The Robe, Trio, So Long at the Fair, Androcles and the Lion, The Clouded Yellow, Angel Face, Cage of Gold, The Actress, Affair with a Stranger, A Bullet Is Waiting, She Couldn't Say No, The Egyptian, Demetrius and the Gladiators, Désirée, Hilda Crane, Footsteps in the Fog, Home Before Dark, This Earth Is Mine, This Could Be the Night, and The Big Country, Until They Sail.
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2020.09.27 15:24 Britneyfan456 Which Actor had the best run in the 50s?

Best run in terms of anything
Jack Lemmon: Some Like it Hot, Mister Roberts, Three for the Show, Phffft, It Should Happen to You, Once Too Often, Cowboy, Hollywood Bronc Busters, You Can't Run Away from It, Fire Down Below, My Sister Eileen, It Happened to Jane, Operation Mad Ball, and Bell, Book and Candle.
Max von Sydow: The Seventh Seal, Miss Julie, Ingen mans kvinna, Rätten att älska, Wild Strawberries, Prästen i Uddarbo, Kvinnlig spion 503, The Magician, and Brink of Life.
Frank Sinatra: From Here to Eternity, The Man with the Golden Arm, Pal Joey, Suddenly, Double Dynamite, Meet Danny Wilson, Young at Heart, Not as a Stranger, Guys and Dolls, The Tender Trap, Meet Me in Las Vegas, High Society, Johnny Concho, Around the World in 80 Days, The Pride and the Passion, The Joker Is Wild, Kings Go Forth, Some Came Running, A Hole in the Head, and Never So Few.
Gene Kelly: Singing in the Rain, An American in Paris, Invitation to the Dance, It's Always Fair Weather, Summer Stock, It's a Big Country, Black Hand, Love Is Better Than Ever, The Devil Makes Three, Brigadoon, Seagulls Over Sorrento, Deep in My Heart, The Happy Road, Les Girls, and Marjorie Morningstar.
Ernest Borgnine: Marty, China Corsair, Vera Cruz, From Here to Eternity, Bad Day at Black Rock, The Mob, The Whistle at Eaton Falls, Treasure of the Golden Condor, The Stranger Wore a Gun, Johnny Guitar, The Bounty Hunter, Demetrius and the Gladiators, Violent Saturday, Jubal, The Catered Affair, Run for Cover, The Last Command, The Square Jungle, The Best Things in Life Are Free, The Vikings, Summer of the Seventeenth Doll, Torpedo Run, and The Rabbit Trap.
James Stewart: Bell, Book and Candle, Vertigo, Winchester '73, The Glenn Miller Story, The Man Who Knew Too Much, The Naked Spur, Rear Window, Harvey, The Greatest Show on Earth, The Man from Laramie, Strategic Air Command, Anatomy of a Murder, The Spirit of St. Louis, Bend of the River, Thunder Bay, Broken Arrow, No Highway in the Sky, The Jackpot, Carbine Williams, Night Passage, The FBI Story, and The Far Country.
Ward Bond: The Searchers, Mister Roberts, Johnny Guitar, Hondo, The Quiet Man, Singing Guns, Riding High, Wagon Master, Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye, Operation Pacific, The Great Missouri Raid, The Halliday Brand, Rio Bravo, On Dangerous Ground, Only the Valiant, Hellgate, Bullfighter and the Lady, Thunderbirds, The Moonlighter, Blowing Wild, Gypsy Colt, The Bob Mathias Story, The Long Gray Line, A Man Alone, Dakota Incident, Pillars of the Sky, The Wings of Eagles, China Doll, and Alias Jesse James.
John Wayne: The Searchers, Hondo, Rio Grande, The Quiet Man, Rio Bravo, Operation Pacific, The Wings of Eagles, Big Jim McLain, Flying Leathernecks, The Sea Chase, Trouble Along the Way, Island in the Sky, The High and the Mighty, Blood Alley, Jet Pilot, The Conqueror, Legend of the Lost, The Horse Soldiers, and The Barbarian and the Geisha.
Paul Newman: The Rack, The Silver Chalice, Somebody Up There Likes Me, The Long, Hot Summer, The Helen Morgan Story, Until They Sail, The Young Philadelphians, Rally Round the Flag, Boys!, The Left Handed Gun, and Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.
Marlon Brando: The Men, A Streetcar Named Desire, Viva Zapata!, Julius Caesar, The Wild One, On the Waterfront, Désirée, Guys and Dolls, The Teahouse of the August Moon, Sayonara, and The Young Lions.
Orson Welles: Othello, Touch of evil, Mr. Arkadin, Royal Affairs in Versailles, The Long, Hot Summer, The Vikings, High Journey, Ferry to Hong Kong, Compulsion, Masters of the Congo Jungle, South Seas Adventure, The Roots of Heaven, Napoléon, Man in the Shadow, Moby Dick, Three Cases of Murder, Trouble in the Glen, Disorder, The Black Rose, Return to Glennascaul, Little World of Don Camillo, Man, Beast and Virtue, and Trent's Last Case.
Montgomery Clift: The Big Lift, A Place in the Sun, I Confess, Indiscretion of an American Wife, From Here to Eternity, Raintree County, Lonelyhearts, The Young Lions, and Suddenly, Last Summer.
Tony Curtis: The Prince Who Was a Thief, Flesh and Fury, No Room for the Groom, Houdini, The Black Shield of Falworth, So This Is Paris, Six Bridges to Cross, The Square Jungle, Trapeze, Mister Cory, The Midnight Story, Sweet Smell of Success, The Vikings, Kings Go Forth, The Defiant Ones, Some Like It Hot, Operation Petticoat, Sierra, Winchester '73, Kansas Raiders, Forbidden, Son of Ali Baba, Meet Danny Wilson, All American, Beachhead, The Midnight Story, The Perfect Furlough, The Rawhide Years, The Purple Mask, Francis, Woman in Hiding, I Was a Shoplifter, and Johnny Dark.
James Dean: East of Eden, Has Anybody Seen My Gal?,Rebel Without a Cause, and Giant.
Kirk Douglas: Young Man With a Horn, The Glass Menagerie, Along the Great Divide, Ace in the Hole, Detective Story, The Big Sky, The Bad and the Beautiful, The Story of Three Loves, The Juggler, 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, Man Without a Star, Lust for Life, Top Secret Affair, Gunfight at the O.K. Corral, Paths of Glory, The Vikings, Last Train from Gun Hill, and The Devil’s Disciple.
Alec Guinness: Last Holiday, The Mudlark, The Lavender Hill Mob, The Man in the White Suit, The Promoter, The Captain’s Paradise, Malta Story, The Detective, To Paris with Love, The Prison, The Ladykillers, The Swan, The Bridge on the River Kwai, All at Sea, The Horse’s Mouth, The Scapegoat, and Our Man in Havana.
Charlton Heston: Julius Caesar, Dark City, The Greatest Show on Earth, Ruby Gentry, The President’s Lady, Arrowhead, The Naked Jungle, The Private war of Major Benson, Lucy Gallant, The Ten Commandments, Touch of Evil, The Big Country, The Wreck of the Mary Deare, Ben-Hur, The Far Horizons, The Buccaneer, Three Violent People, Secret of the Incas, Bad for Each Other, The Savage, The President's Lady, and Pony Express
Rock Hudson: The Fat Man, Bend of the River, Scarlet Angel, Has Anyone Seen My Gal?, Magnificent Obsession, All that Heaven Allows, Never Say Goodbye, Giant, Written on the Wind, Something of Value, The Tarnished Angels, The Earth Is Mine, Pillow Talk, Winchester '73, Tomahawk, Horizons West, Twilight for the Gods, A Farewell to Arms, This Earth Is Mine, Captain Lightfoot, One Desire, Seminole, Bengal Brigade, Sea Devils, Gun Fury, Back to God's Country, The Golden Blade, Taza, Son of Cochise, The Lawless Breed, Peggy, The Desert Hawk, Iron Man, Here Come the Nelsons, Bright Victory, and Air Cadet.
Burt Lancaster: The Flame and the Arrow, Mister 880, Jim Thorpe—All-American, The Crimson Pirate, Come Back Little Sheba, From Here to Eternity, Apache, Vera Cruz, The Rose Tattoo, Trapeze, The Rainmaker, Gunfight at the O.K. Corral, Sweet Smell of Success, Run Silent Run Deep, The Devil’s Disciple, Ten Tall Men, South Sea Woman, and Three Sailors and a Girl.
Elvis Presley: Love Me Tender, Loving You, Jailhouse Rock, and King Creole.
William Holden: The Horse Soldiers, Sunset Boulevard, Sabrina, Stalag 17, Picnic, The Bridge on the River Kwai, Union Station, Father Is a Bachelor, Submarine Command, Born Yesterday, Force of Arms, Boots Malone, Executive Suite, Die Jungfrau auf dem Dach, The Moon Is Blue, The Bridges at Toko-Ri, Escape from Fort Bravo, Forever Female, Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing, The Country Girl, The Key, The Proud and Profane, and Toward the Unknown.
Cary Grant: An Affair to Remember, North by Northwest, The Pride and the Passion, Houseboat, To Catch a Thief, Indiscreet, Crisis, People Will Talk, Room for One More, Dream Wife, Monkey Business, Kiss Them for Me, and Operation Petticoat.
Toshiro Mifune: Samurai Trilogy, Seven Samurai, Rashomon, Throne of Blood, Scandal, The Hidden Fortress, Conduct Report on Professor Ishinaka, Engagement Ring, Elegy, Escape from Prison, Beyond Love and Hate, Pirates, Meeting of the Ghost Après-Guerre, Fog Horn, Conclusion of Kojiro Sasaki:Duel at Ganryu Island, The Life of a Horsetrader, Golden Girl, Who Knows a Woman's Heart, Vendetta for a Samurai, The Life of Oharu, Swift Current, Tokyo Sweetheart, Sword for Hire, The Man Who Came to Port, The Last Embrace, My Wonderful Yellow Car, Sunflower Girl, Eagle of the Pacific, The Black Fury, The Sound of Waves, All is Well part 1 & 2, The Merciless Boss: A Man Among Men, No Time for Tears, I Live in Fear, Rainy Night Duel, The Under World, Settlement of Love, Scoundrel, A Wife's Heart, Rebels on the High Seas, A Man in the Storm, Be Happy, These Two Lovers, A Dangerous Hero, Yagyu Secret Scrolls 1 & 2, Downtown, The Lower Depths, Holiday in Tokyo, Rickshaw Man, All About Marriage, Theater of Life, Yaji and Kita on the Road, The Three Treasures, Life of an Expert Swordsman, Boss of the Underworld, Desperado Outpost, and The Saga of the Vagabonds.
Henry Fonda: Mister Roberts, The Wrong Man, Pictura: An Adventure in Art, 12 Angry Men, Stage Struck, The Man Who Understood Women, Warlock, The Tin Star, and War and Peace
Dean Martin: Some Came Running, Rio Bravo, Career, Ten Thousand Bedrooms, The Young Lions, Little New Orleans Girl, Pardners, Hollywood or Bust, Artists and Models, Living It Up, You're Never Too Young, 3 Ring Circus, The Caddy, Road to Bali, Money from Home, Scared Stiff, The Stooge, That's My Boy, Sailor Beware, Jumping Jacks, My Friend Irma Goes West, and At War with the Army.
Anthony Perkins: The Tin Star, Friendly Persuasion, Fear Strikes Out, The Matchmaker, On the Beach, Desire Under the Elms, Green Mansions, The Actress, The Lonely Man, and This Angry Age.
Gregory Peck: Only the Valiant, Roman Holiday, Moby Dick, Captain Horatio Hornblower, Pork Chop Hill, Beloved Infidel, David and Bathsheba, The Gunfighter, Pictura: An Adventure in Art, The World in His Arms, The Snows of Kilimanjaro, Designing Woman, On the Beach, The Hidden World, The Bravados, The Big Country, Night People, Boum sur Paris, The Million Pound Note, The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit, and The Purple Plain.
Clark Gable: Mogambo, Run Silent, Run Deep, Teacher's Pet, Betrayed, Never Let Me Go, The Tall Men, Key to the City, Across the Wide Missouri, To Please a Lady, Lone Star, But Not for Me, Soldier of Fortune, The King and Four Queens, and Band of Angels.
Gary Cooper: It's a Big Country, Blowing Wild, High Noon, The Wreck of the Mary Deare, They Came to Cordura, Ten North Frederick, Love in the Afternoon, Man of the West, The Hanging Tree, Friendly Persuasion, Vera Cruz, The Court-Martial of Billy Mitchell, Garden of Evil, Springfield Rifle, Return to Paradise, Starlift, You're in the Navy Now, Distant Drums, and It's a Big Country.
Robert Mitchum: Not as a Stranger, His Kind of Woman, River of No Return, Fire Down Below, The Night of the Hunter, Macao, The Racket, Where Danger Lives, The Lusty Men, River of No Return, Angel Face, White Witch Doctor, My Forbidden Past, Second Chance, One Minute to Zero, She Couldn't Say No, Bandido, Track of the Cat, The Wonderful Country, The Hunters, Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison, The Enemy Below, Thunder Road, and The Angry Hills.
Humphrey Bogart: The African Queen, The Caine Mutiny, Road to Bali, Deadline – U.S.A., Sabrina, The Barefoot Contessa, In a Lonely Place, The Left Hand of God, Sirocco, Chain Lightning, The Enforcer, Battle Circus, We're No Angels, The Love Lottery, Beat the Devil, The Desperate Hours, and The Harder They Fall.
Sidney Poitier: Band of Angels, The Defiant Ones, Porgy and Bess, Edge of the City, Virgin Island, The Mark of the Hawk, Something of Value, No Way Out, Cry, the Beloved Country, Go Man Go, Red Ball Express, Good-bye, My Lady, and Blackboard Jungle.
Takashi Shimura: Seven Samurai, Ikiru, Rashomon, Scandal, Elegy, The Idiot, Ikari no machi, Boryōku no Machi, Ore wa yojinbo, Ma no Ogen, Shunsetsu, Tenya wanya, Ginza Sanshiro, Yoru no hibotan, Ginza Sanshiro, Ai to nikushimi no kanata e, Kedamono no yado, Mesu Inu, Aoi shinju, Nusumareta koi, Hopu-san: sarariiman no maki, Muteki, The Life of a Horsetrader, Vendetta for a Samurai, Nangoku no hada, The Life of Oharu, Bijo to touzoku, Sengoku burai, Oka wa hanazakari, Minato e kita otoko, Hoyo, Fuun senryobune, Tobō chitai, Yoru no owari, Godzilla, Taiheiyō no washi, Jirochō sangokushi: kaitō-ichi no abarenbō, Asakusa no yoru, Kimi shinitamo koto nakare, Haha no hatsukoi, Shin kurama tengu daiichi wa: Tengu shutsugen, Shin kurama tengu daini wa: Azuma-dera no ketto, Bazoku geisha, Mekura neko, Mugibue, Godzilla Raids Again, No Time for Tears, Sanjusan go sha otonashi, Shin kurama tengu daisanbu, Muttsuri Umon torimonocho, Sugata naki mokugekisha, Asagiri, Geisha Konatsu: Hitori neru yo no Konatsu, I Live in Fear, Samurai III: Duel at Ganryu Island, Shin, Heike monogatari: Yoshinaka o meguru sannin no onna, Wakai ki, Kyatsu o nigasuna, The Underworld, Godzilla, King of the Monsters!, Arakure, Narazu-mono, Tōkyō hanzai chizu, Bōkyaku no hanabira, Throne of Blood, Sanjūrokunin no jōkyaku, Kono futari ni sachi are, Yama to kawa no aru machi, Bōkyaku no hanabira: Kanketsuhen, Kiken na eiyu, Yuunagi, Dotanba, Aoi sanmyaku Shinko no maki, The Mysterians, Ohtori-jo no hanayome, Edokko matsuri, haha, Forty-seven rōnin, Seven from Edo, Ten to Sen, Uguisu-jō no hanayome, Jinsei gekijō, The Hidden Fortress, Nichiren to Mōko Daishūrai, Ken wa shitte ita, Sora kakeru hanayome, Tetsuwan tōshu Inao monogatari, Kotan no kuchibue, Taiyō ni somuku mono, Sengoku gunto-den, Kagero ezu, The Three Treasures, Beran me-e geisha, Shobushi to sono musume, and Kēdamonō no torū michi.
James Mason: 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, A Star Is Born, The Desert Fox: The Story of Rommel, North by Northwest, Journey to the Center of the Earth, Bigger Than Life, Julius Caesar, A Touch of Larceny, The Decks Ran Red, Island in the Sun, Cry Terror!, Charade, Forever, Darling, The Desert Rats, Prince Valiant, The Man Between, The Tell-Tale Heart, Botany Bay, The Story of Three Loves, Face to Face, The Prisoner of Zenda, 5 Fingers, Lady Possessed, One Way Street, and Pandora and the Flying Dutchman.
Sterling Hayden: The Last Command, The Asphalt Jungle, The Killing, Johnny Guitar, Hellgate, The Star, Journey into Light, The Golden Hawk, Denver and Rio Grande, Flaming Feather, So Big, Flat Top, Crime Wave, Fighter Attack, Kansas Pacific, Take Me to Town, Suddenly, Naked Alibi, The Come On, Top Gun, Battle Taxi, Shotgun, Timberjack, The Eternal Sea, Arrow in the Dust, Ten Days to Tulara, 5 Steps to Danger, Crime of Passion, Valerie, Gun Battle at Monterey, Zero Hour!, Terror in a Texas Town, and The Iron Sheriff.
Harry Belafonte: Calypso, Carmen Jones, Island in the Sun, Odds Against Tomorrow, The World, the Flesh and the Devil, and Bright Road.
Laurence Olivier: Richard III, Carrie, Father's Little Dividend, The Magic Box, The Beggar's Opera, The Prince and the Showgirl, and The Devil's Disciple.
Jose Ferrer: Cyrano de Bergerac, Crisis, Anything Can Happen, Producers' Showcase: "Cyrano de Bergerac", Moulin Rouge, Miss Sadie Thompson, The Caine Mutiny, Deep in My Heart, I Accuse!, The High Cost of Loving, The Great Man, The Shrike, and The Cockleshell Heroes.
James Cagney: Mister Roberts, Run for Cover, Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye, The West Point Story, Come Fill the Cup, A Lion Is in the Streets, What Price Glory, Love Me or Leave Me, The Seven Little Foys, Tribute to a Bad Man, Man of a Thousand Faces, These Wilder Years, Never Steal Anything Small, and Shake Hands with the Devil.
Farley Granger: Strangers on a Train, Our Very Own, Side Street, Behave Yourself!, Edge of Doom, O. Henry's Full House, I Want You, The Story of Three Loves, Hans Christian Andersen, Senso, Small Town Girl, The Girl in the Red Velvet Swing, and The Naked Street.
Bing Crosby: High Society, Alias Jesse James, Say One for Me, Anything Goes, The Joker Is Wild, Man on Fire, White Christmas, The Country Girl, Road to Bali, Scared Stiff, The Greatest Show on Earth, Little Boy Lost, Just for You, Son of Paleface, Angels in the Outfield, Riding High, Here Comes the Groom, and Mr. Music.
Chishū Ryū: Tokyo Story, The Munekata Sisters, Home Sweet Home, Early Summer, Carmen Comes Home, The Flavor of Green Tea over Rice, Arashi, Twenty-Four Eyes, Early Spring, Tokyo Twilight, Rickshaw Man, Floating Weeds, and Good Morning.
Ray Milland: Three Brave Men, A Man Alone, The Girl in the Red Velvet Swing, A Woman of Distinction, A Life of Her Own, Copper Canyon, Dial M for Murder, Lisbon, The Safecracker, The River's Edge, High Flight, Something to Live For, Jamaica Run, The Thief, Close to My Heart, Rhubarb, Bugles in the Afternoon, and Night into Morning.
Alan Ladd: The Badlanders, The Big Land, Branded, Captain Carey, U.S.A, Shane, Botany Bay, Boy on a Dolphin, A Cry in the Night, The Man in the Net, Island of Lost Women, The Deep Six, The Proud Rebel, Saskatchewan, Drum Beat, The McConnell Story, Desert Legion, The Red Beret, The Black Knight, Santiago, Hell on Frisco Bay, Red Mountain, Hell Below Zero, A Sporting Oasis, The Iron Mistress, Thunder in the East, and Appointment with Danger.
Ben Johnson: Wagon Master, Shane, Rio Grande, Fort Bowie, War Drums, Slim Carter, Wild Stallion, Oklahoma!, and Rebel in Town.
Walter Brennan: Rio Bravo, A Ticket to Tomahawk, Singing Guns, Bad Day at Black Rock, The Far Country, Good-bye, My Lady, The Way to the Gold, Tammy and the Bachelor, God Is My Partner, Glory, At Gunpoint, Sea of Lost Ships, Come Next Spring, The Proud Ones, Surrender, Curtain Call at Cactus Creek, The Showdown, Return of the Texan, Best of the Badmen, The Wild Blue Yonder, Lure of the Wilderness, Along the Great Divide, Four Guns to the Border, and Drums Across the River.
Ralph Meeker: Kiss Me Deadly, Paths of Glory, Jeopardy, A Woman's Devotion, Glory Alley, Somebody Loves Me, Teresa, 4 Num Jeep, The Naked Spur, Big House, U.S.A., Run of the Arrow, The Fuzzy Pink Nightgown, Code Two, and Desert Sands.
Edmond O’Brian: The Turning Point, The Hitch-Hiker, 1984, The Girl Can't Help It, Julius Caesar, The Barefoot Contessa, The Greatest Show on Earth, Denver and Rio Grande, Pete Kelly's Blues, The Rack, The Restless and the Damned, The World Was His Jury, Sing, Boy, Sing, A Cry in the Night, The Big Land, Stopover Tokyo, Up Periscope, D-Day the Sixth of June, The Shanghai Story, Shield for Murder, China Venture, The Bigamist, Cow Country, Man in the Dark, Backfire, 711 Ocean Drive, The Admiral Was a Lady, The Redhead and the Cowboy, Between Midnight and Dawn, Silver City, Warpath, and Two of a Kind.
Lee J. Cobb: The Left Hand of God, On the Waterfront, 12 Angry Men, The Brothers Karamazov, The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit, Party Girl, The Trap, Green Mansions, But not for me, Man of the West, The Garment Jungle, Miami Expose, The Three Faces of Eve, The Racers, Day of Triumph, The Road to Denver, The Fighter, The Family Secret, Yankee Pasha, Gorilla at Large, The Man Who Cheated Himself, and The Tall Texan.
Karl Malden: Baby Doll, A Streetcar Named Desire, On the Waterfront, The Hanging Tree, I Confess, The Gunfighter, Halls of Montezuma, Where the Sidewalk Ends, Diplomatic Courier, Time Limit, The Sellout, Bombers B-52, Ruby Gentry, Phantom of the Rue Morgue, Ruby Gentry, Take the High Ground!, and Operation Secret.
Rod Steiger: The Harder They Fall, Cry Terror!, Teresa, On the Waterfront, Oklahoma!, The Big Knife, Jubal, The Court-Martial of Billy Mitchell, Al Capone, Back from Eternity, Run of the Arrow, The Unholy Wife, and Across the Bridge.
Aldo Ray: The Marrying Kind, Pat and Mike, Let's Do It Again, Battle Cry, God's Little Acre, Nightfall, The Naked and the Dead, Men in War, The Siege of Pinchgut, Three Stripes in the Sun, The Barefoot Mailman, My True Story, and Never Trust a Gambler.
Richard Conte: I'll Cry Tomorrow, The Fighter, The Sleeping City, Hollywood Story, The Raging Tide, The Raiders, The Blue Gardenia, Desert Legion, Slaves of Babylon, Highway Dragnet, New York Confidential, The Big Combo, Mask of Dust, Full of Life, The Big Tip Off, Little Red Monkey, Bengazi, Target Zero, The Brothers Rico, This Angry Age, and They Came to Cordura.
Tab Hunter: They Came to Cordura, That Kind of Woman, Gunman's Walk, Damn Yankees, Lafayette Escadrille, The Lawless, Gun Belt, The Island of Desire, Battle Cry, Track of the Cat, While We're Young, The Steel Lady, Return to Treasure Island, The Sea Chase, Fear Strikes Out, The People Against McQuade, The Burning Hills, The Girl He Left Behind, Mask for the Devil, Forbidden Area, Hans Brinker and the and Silver Skates.
Robert Ryan: Born to Be Bad, The Secret Fury, Flying Leathernecks, Hard, Fast and Beautiful, Clash by Night, On Dangerous Ground, The Racket, Horizons West, Beware, My Lovely, Bad Day at Black Rock, The Naked Spur, Best of the Badmen, Inferno, City Beneath the Sea, About Mrs. Leslie, Alaska Seas, Back from Eternity, The Tall Men, House of Bamboo, The Proud Ones, Her Twelve Men, Escape to Burma, Men in War, Odds Against Tomorrow, Lonelyhearts, Day of the Outlaw, and God's Little Acre.
Charles Laughton: Witness for the Prosecution, The Blue Veil, O. Henry's Full House, The Strange Door, Salome, Abbott and Costello Meet Captain Kidd, Young Bess, and Hobson's Choice.
Lee Marvin: Teresa, You're in the Navy Now, The Big Heat, Gorilla at Large, The Caine Mutiny, The Glory Brigade, The Stranger Wore a Gun, Bad Day at Black Rock, Gun Fury, Attack, Seven Men from Now, Raintree County, The Rack, The Missouri Traveler, Violent Saturday, I Died a Thousand Times, Not as a Stranger, A Life in the Balance, Pillars of the Sky, Shack Out on 101, The Wild One, The Raid, Down Among the Sheltering Palms, The Duel at Silver Creek, Hangman's Knot, Eight Iron Men, Seminole, Diplomatic Courier, and We're Not Married!.
Marcello Mastroianni: Lulu, It's Never Too Late, Black Feathers, Sunday Heroes, The Mute of Portici, The Most Wonderful Moment, Fathers and Sons, Sand, Love and Salt, White Nights, Girls for the Summer, The Bigamist, Piece of the Sky, Three Girls from Rome, The Eternal Chain, Il viale della speranza, Schiava del peccato, Tom Toms of Mayumba, The Island Princess, The Miller's Beautiful Wife, Too Bad She's Bad, House of Ricordi, Lucky to Be a Woman, The Law, Ferdinando I, re di Napoli, My Wife's Enemy, Everyone's in Love, Love and Troubles, Big Deal on Madonna Street, Doctor and the Healer, Chronicle of Poor Lovers, A Slice of Life, Days of Love, Sunday in August, A Tale of Five Cities, The Accusation, Tragic Return, Eager to Live, Barefoot Savage, Paris Is Always Paris, La valigia dei sogni, Against the Law, A Dog's Life, and Hearts at Sea.
Glenn Ford: The Big Heat, Blackboard Jungle, 3:10 to Yuma, Appointment in Honduras, The Violent Men, The Man from the Alamo, Plunder of the Sun, The Americano, Cowboy, Don't Go Near the Water, Trial, Jubal, The Fastest Gun Alive, Ransom!, It Started with a Kiss, The Sheepman, The Teahouse of the August Moon, Imitation General, Torpedo Run, The Gazebo, Human Desire, Interrupted Melody, The White Tower, Convicted, The Redhead and the Cowboy, The Secret of Convict Lake, The Flying Missile, Follow the Sun, The Green Glove, Young Man with Ideas, Time Bomb, and Affair in Trinidad.
Walter Matthau: The Kentuckian, Bigger Than Life, The Indian Fighter, King Creole, A Face in the Crowd, Slaughter on Tenth Avenue, Onionhead, Voice in the Mirror, and Ride a Crooked Trail.
Jeff Chandler: Broken Arrow, Female on the Beach, Deported, Away All Boats, Abbott and Costello in the Foreign Legion, The Desert Hawk, Double Crossbones, Two Flags West, Sign of the Pagan, Taza, Son of Cochise, Drango, The Tattered Dress, Pillars of the Sky, The Lady Takes a Flyer, Man in the Shadow, Jeanne Eagels, Ten Seconds to Hell, Stranger in My Arms, The Jayhawkers!, Thunder in the Sun, Raw Wind in Eden, Foxfire, The Toy Tiger, The Spoilers, East of Sumatra, Yankee Pasha, Girls in the Night, War Arrow, The Great Sioux Uprising, Iron Man, The Battle at Apache Pass, Smuggler's Island, Meet Danny Wilson, Flame of Araby, Bird of Paradise, Son of Ali Baba, Because of You, Yankee Buccaneer, and Red Ball Express.
Vincent Price: While the City Sleeps, Serenade, The Ten Commandments, Son of Sinbad, The Fly, The Vagabond King, The Baron of Arizona, Adventures of Captain Fabian, Pictura: An Adventure in Art, Champagne for Caesar, His Kind of Woman, Curtain Call at Cactus Creek, Born in Freedom: The Story of Colonel Drake, Dangerous Mission, House of Wax, The Tingler, House on Haunted Hill, The Big Circus, The Story of Mankind, Return of the Fly, The Bat, Casanova's Big Night, The Mad Magician, and The Las Vegas Story.
Joel Mccrea: Wichita, Stranger on Horseback, Stars in My Crown, The Outriders, Frenchie, Saddle Tramp, The San Francisco Story, Hollywood Story, Cattle Drive, Rough Shoot, The Oklahoman, Black Horse Canyon, The First Texan, The Lone Hand, The Tall Stranger, The Gunfight at Dodge City, Fort Massacre, Trooper Hook, Gunsight Ridge, and Cattle Empire.
Van Heflin: 3:10 to Yuma, Shane, Gunman's Walk, The Prowler, Tomahawk, Week-End with Father, South of Algiers, Tanganyika, Black Widow, Woman's World, Wings of the Hawk, The Raid, They Came to Cordura, Tempest, Patterns, Count Three and Pray, My Son John, and Battle Cry.
Fred Macmurray: Woman's World, Borderline, Pushover, The Rains of Ranchipur, At Gunpoint, There's Always Tomorrow, Quantez, Gun for a Coward, The Oregon Trail, The Shaggy Dog, Good Day for a Hanging, Face of a Fugitive, Day of the Badman, Fair Wind to Java, The Caine Mutiny, Callaway Went Thataway, A Millionaire for Christy, Never a Dull Moment, The Far Horizons, and The Moonlighter.
Zbigniew Cybulski: A Generation, Ashes and Diamonds, Wraki, Kariera, Tajemnica dzikiego szybu, Trzy starty, Krzyż Walecznych, Night Train, and The Eighth Day of the Week.
Sam Jaffe: The Asphalt Jungle, Ben-Hur, The Day the Earth Stood Still, I Can Get It for You Wholesale, The Barbarian and the Geisha, Main Street to Broadway, and Les Espions.
Richard Widmark: Panic in the Streets, Hell and High Water, Warlock, The Tunnel of Love, Pickup on South Street, Don't Bother to Knock, Halls of Montezuma, Time Limit, Night and the City, Take the High Ground!, No Way Out, O. Henry's Full House, Destination Gobi, The Frogmen, Red Skies of Montana, My Pal Gus, Backlash, A Prize of Gold, The Trap, The Law and Jake Wade, The Last Wagon, Saint Joan, Garden of Evil, The Cobweb, Run for the Sun, and Broken Lance.
Yul Brynner: The King and I, The Ten Commandments, Anastasia, The Brothers Karamazov, The Buccaneer, Solomon and Sheba, The Sound and the Fury, and The Journey.
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2020.09.25 14:24 X-Bahamut89 Artifact 2.0 - My Personal Review

Hey guys, Ive been planning to do this for quite some time, because I want this game to succeed and the best way to do that is give feedback of course. I didnt just want to talk out of my ass, so I decided to play the game until I thought I could actually give useful feedback. I got into the beta with the very last wave of players, so I havent been playing that long, yesterday however I reached Immortal rank so I feel like I played the game enough for my opinion to have some weight and it had enough time to develop properly. In general Im very positive on A2 and have quite a few bad things to say about A1, but I will try to give reasons for everything I say and also give positive and negative feedback.
So my way of starting the game was, I played the campaign all of the mssions except the hunger ones and hero draft until I had a full collection and then waited a little more until I reached Ancient rank so I could experiment in constructed without losing ranks. So I basically got the new player experience the way it was intended, even though of course Im not a new player really, because I played A1 and Im an experienced card game player. I will still give my opinion on this system. So here we go.
The campaign:
Playing the campaign didnt really scratch too much of an itch. A lot of the missions were super easy and therefore not fun to play at all. Thats kinda expected from beginner missions, but as a lot of other people already pointed out it also didnt really do a good job of explaining the game. Now I know that a proper tutorial is planned, but if thats the case maybe making the first mission a little bit more difficult might be a good idea so they dont feel like a complete waste of time. The later missions like the meepo one were well designed and fun to play, but we need more of those if campaign is gonna be a thing in A2. Also on another note: I actually had a good idea to complement the new tutorial. I didnt see any other game do it, but I think its a good idea and might be downright needed for a complex game like A2. You could have a menu in the main menu thats called rulebook or something, that you can open where you can read about all the game mechanics and keywords. I think this would help newer players a lot since often times you cant remember everything just because you played it in a tutorial once and playing the tutorial again is not fun at all. So having a place thats easy to navigate where you can read up on stuff you forgot would be super helpful.
Hero Draft:
When I didnt have access to the game yet I was kinda sold on the idea of hero draft. Now after playing it, Im a bit more sceptical. It looks like a fun concept on paper, and as a casual game mode it totally is, but it has several problems that Im gonna point out. First of all as many players pointed out, playing hero draft until you have a full collection in general is not a good experience, because on the way there you really get excited to play other modes. In general the mode does a good job of showcasing the mechanics of A2 and why they are great and what you can do in theory, but once youve realized that, you actually wanna start DOING these things instead of just theorizing about them. So basically you grow out of hero draft at some point, and for experienced card gamers that doesnt take long. Now whether thats a problem or not depends on whether there is a grind for cards in the full game ( which Im expecting there is), because that basically locks constructed away. Even if the matchmaking takes into consideration the card pools of the players, people are just not interested in playing constructed with limited card pools, and I wasnt either. This concept doesnt work, because if players like the concept of playing around and managing limitations, then phantom draft is likely where they wanna go. So I guess it all depends on at what point phantom draft will be available for new players. So the problem with hero draft and why it wont be a permanent game mode for most people is, that it lacks competitive integrity, and I think the crowd this game will attract will mostly be competitive people. I have a few suggestions that can help mitigate this problem, but I feel like hero draft just cant get to a point where people will respect this game mode and therefore it probably shouldnt be a ranked game mode. The first thing you can do is to improve the random decks created. I still remember having some really shitty decks and the game should generally make efforts to create a useful deck. I still remember one game where I played mono blue and my hand was complete garbage, to a point where I overdrew and had to struggle to get rid of cards in my hand to get to my items and newly drawn cards, because all the cards that were sitting in my hand were useless. Of course this is also kind of a balance problem, but if the variance in deck strength in general is too high the mode kinda becomes coinflip simulator instead of a deep strategy game. So this could definitely use some improvement. The other thing is the card pool. Currently the game uses a combined card pool of both players, but that gives the more experienced player an unfair advantage, on top of the fact that he already has an advantage because hes more experienced. This game mode matched me with a lot of players that had way bigger card pools than me and I assume this will stay this way for full release since people will leave this game mode fairly quickly and the ques wont be populated that much. Therefore Im suggesting that you change the card pool to only using cards that are in both players collection. This shouldnt be a problem because the starting card pool is big enough to play this mode, and it actually has benefits for both groups of players. The newbies dont get needlessly disadvantaged when playing against more experienced players, since they are already likely to lose, but this could actually help make these games less stompy and feel more like meaningful games. On top of that the experienced players that will likely only come to this mode for casual games, get a different experience from their play-with-full-card-pool-games, they get in the other game modes, depending on who they are facing and how progressed their collection is at this time. So that might make the game mode more interesting for them as well.
Constructed:
Im not gonna say too much about constructed, because in general I feel constructed is great in this game. Im mainly a constructed player, I played constructed only after reaching Ancient rank with hero draft, and I got Immortal rank in it yesterday. The quality of constructed mainly comes down to the game mechanics and card balance. I think the game mechanics were pretty much made for constructed play and Im also very pleased that you take card balance so seriously. Theres something for everyone, great ways to come up with creative decks that noone plays except you and have success, but also the "Im gonna netdeck an already optimized deck and play with it"-experience, that a lot of people seek. The good thing is that playing the game has a really high skill ceiling, which makes netdecking in this game not op, because you have to learn how to play the deck properly if you want to have success. Last thing I wanna say is that I hope you guys nail phantom draft as much as constructed, so theres a home for every type of player in Artifact.
Mechanics that were changed from A1, and why those were good changes:
In the next paragraph Im gonna go over things that changed from A1, and why these changes made the game better, because a lot of people still demand that specific mechanics go back to the way they were in A1, however I dont think there is a single change they made over A1 that is not an improvement, so Im gonna explain myself.
  1. Lets start with the elephant in the room. The mana system in A2 imo is pretty good, even though it could still use some tweaks and Im gonna adress that a little later. But whats more important is, to realize why the A1 mana system was deeply flawed and imo the main reason why A1 failed, from the gameplay side of things. Imagine there was a card in Hearthstone, that read: "Destroy 1 minion your opponent controlled and burn 3 of their mana" and costs 7 mana. Would that be balanced? Maybe, Im not a HS expert. Would that be fun to play against? Hell no! What I just decribed to you Is what the average assassinate in A1 would do. You can say a lot about modern card games, and how most of them are dumb as hell, and I would mostly agree with you. But the thing is the card game industry figured some things out over the past couple decades. And one of those things is: Which mechanics are unfun, and therefore shouldnt be in our game. Mana burn is actually one of them (funny thing is mana burn does exist in A2, but is far from a competitive concept, so I guess we are in the clear for now). The mechanics of A1 are designed in a way, that the whole game revolves around this concept, a concept that is deemed unfun by the vast majority of the card game industry, and for good reason I want to add. It has always been an unwritten rule of card games that, if you can prevent your opponent from playing the game at all, then that will always be a winning strategy. I used to play a lot of old school Yu-gi-oh! back in the day. And back then cards existed in the game like " The Forceful Sentry", "Confiscation" and "Trap Dustshoot", that had the effect that you could look at your opponents hand and then take away one of their cards. All of these cards are still banned to this day in modern Yu-gi-oh! and the reason is simple: Looking at your opponents hand and taking away one of their cards is such a powerful concept, that it will decide games on the spot way too often and create an unfun experience in the process. And from my understanding, card game developers understood this, because this mechanic simply doesnt exist anymore in modern card games ( sure there probably are some exceptions, and funny enough Imperia in A2 is one of them, but you get the idea). And this is where A1 went wrong and why A2 is doomed to fail again if the developers should ever go back to the old mana system: The fact that you can deny a big chunk of your opponents mana pool by clearing all the heroes from a lane. As long as this is a thing, the game will always revolve around this mechanic, because the concept of denying your opponent actions is just too powerful of a concept to not use if its available. Sure you could design your cards in a way that this is not easily achievable, but why would you limit your design space this much, when the answer is simple: Just dont have your game have mana burn as a major mechanic because its not fun! Sure disruption is still a concept that exists in card games and its always gonna be powerful, because its simply impossible to design a game without having at least unintended interaction, that limit plays for the opponent. But it is from my point of view a consensus that the card game industry came to, that games are generally more fun if both players get to do what they want and noone gets shut out of the game. This of course is a utopia, not every single game can be a back and forth, but this is also an utopia that is worth working towards, and in my humble opinion A2 does a great job at that. And A1 just didnt respect this at all. A1 to me always felt more about shutting the opponent out of the game and therefore preventing them from executing their strategy at all, rather than letting the strategies of both players clash head on. And that is why I think A1's gameplay was incredibly unfun for the vast majority of players, and the mana system is to blame imo.
  2. The deployment phase I think we all agree on is a straight up improvement from A1. Flops could be super frustrating and downright game deciding in A1 and A2 didnt completely eliminate this problem, but made some improvements to mitigate snowballing from the flop and those are very welcome. Deploying heroes after the flop also just got way better. No more random position for heroes, which I think a lot of people wanted, and rightfully so, because more player agency also means more room for skill expression.
  3. Removing the random arrow was very important in my opinion, because this was just a source of needless frustration. Yes you could influence the arrows in A1, but a) this concept was not nearly prominent enough in the game to fight the bullshit rng that came from the random arrows, and b) even if you do have quite a lot of ways to influence arrows, it would still be randomly decided whether you needed to use that limited resource or not, which is still not ok. I dont think you would be cool with havin a random chance to discard your cheapest card and burn one of your mana at the start of your turn in A2, would you? I could go on my rng rant right here, but I will save that for later so lets move on.
  4. So the shop is an interesting one. I already said, that I think it is an improvement over the old shop. But this is for me the mechanic, that still needs the most tweaks. But I will have a seperate section on how I would change the shop. This is about whats wrong with the A1 shop and why it needed to change. The obvious one are the consumables. People have complained about TP scroll randomness for ages and for good reason. Having one consumable that shows up at random and is like 10 times more impactful that the other consumables on top of also being cheaper is just straight up bad design. But also the item deck was very flawed. Not only that you could get crazy strong items on turn 2 or 3 if you highroll with an econ deck and decide the game then and there, you could also never really put high cost items into non-econ decks because they could show up at random and block you for the turn, which led to this really stale item meta especially in draft. The A2 shop improves on that by giving the player some agency over which items show up and therefore eliminate the problem of items blocking you like that, on top of the fact that they always allow you to run high cost items and then decide during the game that its not worth upgrading the shop because youre not gonna be able to afford pricey items. Also im not a big fan of the secret shop either, but ill go into that a bit later. The A2 shop still needs improvement for sure, but its already a sizeable improvement over the A1 shop, which was a complete dumpster fire imo.
  5. The hero designs in A2 are so much better. Interesting cards are very important for a game to be succesful and A1 had way too few of them, which led to this super solved meta/tier list, mostly because the game didnt give a lot of reasonable alternatives. Now this is also a balance issue, but having simple cards also pushes this kind of development. Because the simpler a card is, the easier it is to evaluate its power level, on top of the fact that simple cards are also more boring to play with. If it was for me, I would probably have given every hero1 passive and 1 active, but Im fine with the way things are currently on the hero front. More complex heroes = more room for experimentation = more stuff for Timmies to do, which cannot be understated for a card game that wants to be succesful. But this also raises the skill ceiling, which is something that a Spike can appreciate as well.
  6. The overdraw pile is also quite controversial, I still like it better than having no hand limit at all though. Havin no hand limit promotes this do-nothing-and-accumulate-cards-playstyle, that Im not a big fan of. For the same reasons items and abilities now cost money and I like that as well. I think having too many cards in a card game needs to be punished, because if it isnt, this will create unhealthy playstyles. The funny thing is, as bad as the overdraw pile feels sometimes, I even like this solution more that the standard cards-get-discarded-if-you-have-too-many-approach. Because artifact has items unlike most of these games, and your hand needs to be able to contain them. But I still stand by the stance that no hand limit is unhealthy for games, and this imo even apllies to items. Players SHOULD get punished for not playing cards imo, this also changes the flow of the game towards more proactivity, which is a good thing imo. The one thing that needs to change about the overdraw pile though is, that you need to see which cards are in it and in what order, but Im sure this will be a thing at some point.
  7. For the last one Im gonna talk about a change thats fairly underrrated imo and therefore needs some attention, because it shows to me, that the devs DO KNOW their stuff about card games and are able to identify problems with the design, that dont get circlejerked in the community. Lets talk about why the armor changes are a nice improvement. One thing that the hero/item system in artifact brings with it is, that heroes over the course of the game can become unkillable behemoths, which feels really bad if youre on the other side of the board from that. This is still a thing in A2 by the way, which is for example why I think a card like Lady Anshu is somewhat problematic. The armor changes are a step in the right direction though. In A1 it felt like games were frequently coming to a point where instakill cards like Coup de Grace, Annihilation or Assassinate would become a neccesity, because key heroes couldnt be killed in other ways anymore, which is really bad for card balance. The armor changes are not the most important change in A2, but they are a step in the right direction. It always feels bad, and this still applies to A2, if you look at a hero and think to yourself "I will never kill this hero...", because it is either not possible or simply not worth the effort it would take to do so. This for example is my main problem with Tidehunter atm in A2. He is way too hard to kill for how annoying he is on the board, and that makes it pretty unfun to play against him.

Things that you should/could change about A2:
  1. Lets start with the mana system again. I think the mana system of having one mana pool for all the lanes is good and needs to stay. I also think that items and actives costing mana is a good change, because these chages reduce the stalling, but also create meaningful decision, because mana is a limited resource and you cant do everything you want in a turn, so you have to evaluate, which action is the best to take out of your options. Its still a common opinion here that people want to take more actions a turn and that high cost cards should have more impact in general. A solution or maybe its more fitting to say improvement for this that I would at least try is: Remove the courier and start the game with 4 mana. This can improve a couple of problems at once. First of all it is widely known that the current iteration of the courier is a bandaid and that it will be changed in some way in the future. But even if the courier becomes a standard game mechanic in the future and not a card, is that really good for the game? The courier as is, is a pretty confusing mechanic for players new to the game. I doubt that it would be more clear if the courier is not a card anymore, it will likely be even more confusing even if there is a visual indicator for it. Removing the courier and starting at 4 mana would be in net the same as having the courier and playing an item every turn, which from my experience you do not. So this change would not only mean that you remove confusion from the game, players would also have a little more mana to spend and they would get earlier into the turns where they can play high cost cards. So it at least adresses some of the problems the players are having currently. I think its worth a try.
  2. The shop is a pretty hard one to solve and still has many flaws. Im gonna focus on the one that is the most prominent to me for now. This also ties back to why I think the secret shop was a dumb concept in A1. I know this is probably a controversial statement, but I think the shop still has too much RNG. Having random items pop up in the shop, when theres so many items that are straight up hard counters for certain strategies is just unfun in general and should never decide any games. In my perfect vision of the shop, the shop becomes a toolbox for you to have at your disposal, where you can put items that complement your strategy or disrupt the opponents strategy, IF and only IF, you have identified that you need answers to that strategy. So what I think is, that a player should be able to design their entire item deck if they wish to do so, and further doing this should be mandatory at least in official tournaments. Now this would never be a good addition to be mandatory in regular ladder play, because it would just create an inconvenience for players to add items to tiers they know they wont be using. So autofilling the items deck still needs to be a thing, especially in draft because you wont have enough items, but the item deck should not be random if the player piloting a constructed deck doesnt want it to be and on top of that all the items in the opponents and your deck should show up in the deck tracker even if they were generated randomly, so that you dont get blindsided by a hard counter that just happened to be in the opponents item deck without you knowing. Easy examples for that would be hooked net for creep based strategies, jasper daggers for decks with lots of crowd control or demagicking maul for tower enchantment based strategies. You should never lose to a randomly created counter in your opponents item without at least knowing its in there and you should not be able to counter anything in tournaments unless you decided you want to counter this specific strategy, thats a tleast my opinion. Now I know this is basically a debate about rng in card games, which is obviously needed, but even then the shop will still have rng over which items show up, just then all the items that could show up were chosen by you, and theres still draw rng and in draft your deck is also rng, I dont really think this rng is needed at all. Managing rng is an interesting concept, and A1 wanted to be that kind of game, but I dont think theres a place for that in the current market, and even if there was A1 just didnt execute this concept well enough to be succesful. Hearthstone and autobattlers are somewhat successful in that genre, but the harsh truth is, none of these games will ever get close to the behemoth that is Texas Holdem Poker. Truly the king of all rng management games, it offers benfits to lovers of this type of gameplay that even Hearthstone can only dream of. It offers way more money to you for being succesful in it, while also giving you a way bigger edge over your opponents, if youre good at it, while also being quite fun. Its hard to compete with THP for any of these games, when its just the obvious go to for rng-lovers. And I always hear this argument "But when we remove all the rng out of card games they will just become chess!", and I have to say, that is such a dumb argument its not even funny. Chess is a full information, almost all-skill-game. A card game could never hope to get anywhere close to that! The only rng in chess is the coinflip at the start of the game, thats it. In card games there will always be draw rng, which already puts like a 1000 times more rng in a card game then in chess, there will almost always be the fact that you cant see whats in your opponents hand, and in Artifact, even with the shop changes I suggested, there will always be shop rng. The compasison between A2, which reduced the rng significantly from A1, and chess is so far fetched, you need to be a complete moron to think thats even somewhat close to being accurate. The only thing this achieves is, that it gets further away from being a slot machine, which is a good thing at least for me. Im not a chess player personally, because its a bit too boring for my taste, but I would probably play chess if you could choose your own pieces out of like 50 different options, because thats basically what card games feel like to me, and why I like them in the first place. If they are executed well, they feel like some customizable version of chess with rng sprinkled in, these are the ones I want to play, the bad ones feel like slot machines, and those are the ones I stay away from. Whether you lean more towards the Chess or the THP side is a matter of personal taste, both are excellent games. What we need to understand though is, for a card game to be successful, it needs to have some legitimacy when compared to these games, because at the end of the day card games are in the same overall genre of strategy games. So the best case scenario is, that you position yourself somewhere in between those two, because no game can become successful by being a shitty ripoff of any of those two games ( except Hearthstone I guess, because they were the first digital card game with a masive IP behind them...). And I understand, that a lot of you are afraid that A2 will become a shitty version of chess, which I think we are still quite far away from, but I couldnt help but feel, that A1 already was a shitty version of THP, which made me not wanna play it.
OK, this is all I can think of for now. I probably forgot some things and I will edit them if I think they are important, but this needs to do for now. I hope this is some useful feedback, and I will of course be here and in other threads for discussion in the future. I hope this game becomes a success, even though the road there is still long and rocky. Devs keep up the good work!
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