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Favourite Barbra Streisand Film?

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Stephane Grappelli

No ****ing about here, for me it has to be "The Way We Were". Her and Redford are just ****ing immense in it.

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Samuel Camazzola

Meet The Fockers

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John Findlay

Funny girl.

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Stephane Grappelli

Two ****ing excellent ****ing choices lads. Hopefully some other ***** will chip in anaw.

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Rousset1

Big Hooter 2: The Legend Of Barbra's Snout

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Dawnrazor

I always thought she was proper sexy, not really beautiful but sexy, I so would :clumshot:

Yentl, A Star is Born or What's Up Doc? are the films Mrs Dawnrazor says are her best and Mrs Dawnrazor has got me a ticket to see Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds so in my book Mrs Dawnrazor is the coolest women on the planet and so she must be right...........right :thumbsup:

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jambos are go!

Loved The Owl and the Pussycat alongside George Segal.

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martoon

Not certain, as I watched it once about 35 years ago, but was she in a film called "What's Up Doc"?

 

Made me laugh as a teenager.

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Zico

Mecha-Streisand

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Cade

An absolute hound, and always was.

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Jambothump

Can't remember which film it was but she sings a song sitting on top of a piano (What's up Doc ?)

 

Very sexy lady with limited classical attractive looks.

 

Charisma and talent by the bucket loads, so many great films she starred in, question should be asked where she "bombed" ? Can't think of a film ?

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jonnothejambo

She used to have a natty frame but the bugle would put me off a bit.

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Dawnrazor

She used to have a natty frame but the bugle would put me off a bit.

Amateur!

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TheBigO

Shitf*** 2

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Stephane Grappelli
Posted (edited)

Mind that woman who went to the hairdressers and said she wanted to look like Barbra Streisand? The boy smashed her nose with a hair brush.

 

That is a true story.

Edited by The Gorgie Gatsby

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Tommy Brown
Posted (edited)

Up the Sandbox

 

:oohmatron:

 

She played the role of ***** Brice in a couple, too.  (Edit, rhymes with nanny)

 

:oohmatron:

Edited by salecc

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hueyview

Not certain, as I watched it once about 35 years ago, but was she in a film called "What's Up Doc"?

Made me laugh as a teenager.

Loved this picture, Mel's brookish, at the odeon in the bridges...was at school.... Early 70s.......

 

Will be shown at the open air st Andrew square screening Fri 16th June.....

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The Frenchman Returns

Yentl

 

Her directing debut as well as starring in it. Spielberg described it as the best directorial debut since Citizen Kane.

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jb102

Stefano Salvatori in drag.

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Stephane Grappelli

I also have to say that "Hello, Dolly" is pretty ****ing excellent.

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luckyBatistuta

Never been a fan, but I suppose she was quite good in A Christmas Carol

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PsychocAndy

A star is born

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Jamhammer

A star is born

This.

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