Poll: Good vs. Good!

A poll by Paok-Kilkis

Results of 731 votes:

  1. 15

    "Grumpy Old Men" Jack Lemmon, Walter Matthau

  2. 5

    722-1039 Katharine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy in "Adam's Rib" 1949 MGM MPTV

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