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July 04, 2010


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Oliver C

Happy 100th, Gloria.

I wonder who, fate permitting, will be the next cinematic centenarian? The director of 'Onibaba', Kaneto Shindo (born 1912)? Cinematographer Douglas Slocombe (1913)?

Robert Cashill

Stuart's commentary on THE OLD DARK HOUSE LD encouraged James Cameron to seek her out for TITANIC. And thus a star was reborn.

Nice Film Experience post about senior Oscar nominees and other stars/film folk getting up there: http://filmexperience.blogspot.com/2010/07/gloria-stuart-centennial-and-25-oldest.html

Owain Wilson

I have always thought that a big part of what makes Titanic work so well is the sound of Gloria Stuart's voice. I love the movie and a lot of the magic comes from her beautifully performed voice over.

Timothy John Sharp

You can watch 'The Old Dark House' for free on youtube if you've the time.

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