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Directors Working Against Type

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Best 1950s Film About Show Business

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Kevin Bacon once claimed to have worked with everyone in Hollywood or someone they had worked with after his first thirty films. His comment was the catalyst for the creation of the pop culture game, "Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon". Bess Flowers never made such a boast, but could have easily made the claim in her day. Flowers was known as the "Queen of Hollywood Extras" appearing in over eight hundred movies plus hundreds of TV episodes and short films too. She holds the record for most feature film appearances by an actor, as well as both the records for most appearances in an Oscar nominated title at one hundred and sixty-eight and most appearances in a Best Picture nominee at twenty-three. So frequent were her appearances, diehard film fans would make a game of spotting her in movies. Bess Flowers' Oscar Nominated Movie List Which of these select Oscar nominated movies featuring Bess Flowers is your favorite? Discuss the topic here.

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Iconic Quotes... on a First-Name Basis!

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