Wednesday, November 27, 2013

The Impossibly Difficult Name that Movie Game

This installment of The Impossibly Difficult Name that Movie Game features a pretty English Tudor building. There is a gardener outside and a cute little old car....we thought we'd make it an easy scene this time around. Well, as easy as an "impossibly difficult" game can allow, of course....


As usual, if you are not familiar with the rules to the Impossibly Difficult Name that Movie game or the prize, click here!

Good luck guessing! 

17 comments:

  1. Could that be Manderley from Hitchcock's "Rebecca" ?? I'm not sure, but I thought I might as well guess.

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    1. Ah shucks, good guess...but no dice. I think the Manderley estate had an entrance tower, and that particular set always reminded me of the house used in "The White Cliffs of Dover"...which reminds me of the house used in "Mrs. Parkington"...which reminds me of the house used in "She Wolf of London"..which reminds me of the house....

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    2. I thought it didn't look grand enough for Manderley, but I guess I was just in a Hitchcock mindset!

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  2. I'm going to toss a guess at "Damsel in Distress".

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    1. Sorry, that's not it either....but you just introduced us to another film we have not yet seen. Thank you Caftan Woman!

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  3. Hm it looks kind of familiar to me

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  4. Still no guess on a title? You can give a stab at any film!

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  5. How about the house that Ronald Colman lives in when he's successful in Random Harvest?

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    1. One of these days we want to write a post about that Random Harvest manor, it appeared in so many films of the 1940s. Unfortunately this isn't that house, nor the right movie...but you're welcome to guess again!

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    1. Another great guess! I just love Young and Innocent ( always get that title mixed up with Rich and Strange ), but so few people know what film I'm talking about when I do talk about it. And speaking of films to love...this scene is from a spiffy little film in a similar mystery vein ( albeit it's an American picture ).

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    1. Gosh, we haven't seen that film in agggges. You'll have to go a little bit further back in time to nail this screenshot.

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  8. Is it THE WHITE CLIFFS OF DOVER?

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    1. A very good guess! But sorry, that's not it. I'll have to watch The White Cliffs of Dover again...that was a great film.

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    1. Similar house, but not the right film. Guess again!

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