There was a minor dispute about whether or not the table tennis bat was infact a racquet, and a polite enquiry about including a television show, but, apart from that, this list was compiled in an orderly fashion. Thank-you as always to all those who suggested titles. I thought it would be trickier than trains, and so it proved. Match Point was a popular one, but I went for Annie Hall as the Woody Allen. Tati’s Les Vacances De Monsieur Hulot was another one, but couldn’t be included because I generally try to avoid putting the same title on more than one list. There’s no Hitchcock this week for the same reason.
In no particular order then.
Terry Thomas in School For Scoundrels (Robert Hamer, 1960).
Michelle Pfeiffer in The Witches of Eastwick (George Miller, 1987). Nominated by @kpak0123.
Mime in Michelangelo Antonioni’s Blow Up (1966). @maskeli_kedi nominated this one.
Jack Lemmon with Shirley Maclaine in The Apartment (Billy Wilder, 1960). Thanks @allanholloway.
Gerard Falconetti and Laurence De Monaghan Claire’s Knee (Eric Rohmer, 1960). @RomantikKurbaa offered this one.
Dianne Keaton and Woody Allen, Annie Hall (1977). @kpak0123 and somebody going by the name of @matti_pellonpaa offered this one.
Fabio Testi and Helmut Berger in The Garden Of The Fitzi Continis (Vittorio De Sica, 1970). @dean_frey can be thanked for this one.
Sally Forrest with Carleton G. Young in Hard, Fast And Beautiful (Ida Lupino, 1951). And @dean_frey can be thanked for this one too.
Katharine Hepburn. Pat And Mike (George Cukor, 1952). Suggested by @terrificmind and @maskeli_kedi.
Michael York, Dirk Bogarde, Stanley Baker and Jacqueline Sassard in Joseph Losey’s Accident (1967). Thanks to @annatwigg.
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