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I can only do one. That trumpet's part of me. It's the best part. You almost made me forget that. You're so confused yourself, you got me confused. I'm fed up with you. I'm sick of you trying to touch me. I'm sick of the sound of brass. I never want to hear a trumpet again.

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Get these records out of here. I don't wanna listen to them again! What a dope I was. I thought you were class, like a real high note you hit once in a lifetime. That's because I couldn't understand what you were saying half the time. You're like those carnival joints I used to work in. Big flash on the outside, but on the inside nothing but filth. What a swell combination we were. You said you wanted experiences, Amy. Well, here's one for ya - I'm leaving you. You're a sick girl, Amy. You'd better see a doctor. The film ended with a tacked-on happy ending requested by the studio, in which the loyal Jo helped Rick to recover.

Various elements in the plot of the John Huston adventure film The African Queen , based on the novel of the same name by English novelist C. Forester, were toned down in its story of the unlikely romance and unmarried cohabitation between:. Negative references to missionaries, gross profanities, and nudity were non-existent.

During their implausible love affair, they kissed once - triumphantly happy after avoiding being shot at by guns from a German fort, and for having miraculously navigated the rapids. After their spontaneous embrace and lip-smacking kiss, Charlie loaded fuel into the furnace - his face reflected both skeptical dismay - and then a freeze-frame of pleasurable shock and incredulity. In the final scene not in the book , the two were married on the German ship Louisa just before they were to be hanged, in order to avoid censorship.

Their kissing scene couldn't be prolonged or lustful either, although she did express her physical enthusiasm for a ride down the rapids:. Sophia Loren - in the s and 60s and Beyond.

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Long before Sophia Loren earlier credited as Sofia Lazzaro and Sofia Scicolone became an international star and Oscar-winning actress, she was a beauty pageant contestant. At the age of 16, she owed her future film success to producer Carlo Ponti her future husband who married her in , who judged her second place in the Miss Rome competition.

See below one of her earliest film appearances as a 17 year-old extra - in Era lui, SI, SI! Yes, Yes! Soon after, she starred in a number of low-budget campy foreign language films, and was sometimes required to appear semi-nude. In later years, she admitted: "I can't bear being seen naked. I'm not exactly a tiny woman. When Sophia Loren is naked, this is a lot of nakedness.

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One Summer of Happiness , Swe. It was cited as an example of why censorship was important to shield audiences from "immoral" images and candid nudity - because of "a scene where a boy, nineteen, and a girl, seventeen, spending a vacation together, swim and embrace in the nude. The film revolved around an idyllic summer at the farm of Anders, the uncle of 19 year-old, rich university city student Goren Folke Sundquist.

There, he fell in love with teenaged country girl Kerstin Ulla Jacobsson - class-crossed lovers. In the film's most sensational skinny-dipping scene, the two young people were in a wooded area next to a lake, sharing their affection for each other, but worried about his departure in the fall back to school:. Goran: "When I have you all to myself, everything is just fine.

Nothing could make me leave. No one can make me. No one else can do that. Look at the water, Goran. It's full of silver. It's as if you are a part of me. Like we've always belonged together. I'll race you in. Both of them splashed and frolicked in the water, backlit by the sparkling sun shining behind them.

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Suddenly, they stopped, shared a nude embrace and kissed she implored: "Goran, don't forget me" , and then he picked her up. The two returned to the shore where she laid down beneath him - with her breasts briefly visible. He answered her request: "Never, I'll never forget you, darling Kerstin.

I'll stay with you forever. Would that make you happy? In the film's tragic and abrupt ending, after a motorcycle accident when she was thrown from the back of Goran's vehicle and suffered lethal wounds, she succumbed in his arms. After he sent for an ambulance, he returned to her side where she spoke her final words to him: "Don't leave me.

Stay here Come and lay down next to me. Why is it so cold? It's not winter yet. It was summer today.

After her funeral, Goran sadly sat alone and remembered Kerstin's words to him in voice-over : "Goran, don't forget me. My name is Kerstin" - as the camera zoomed back from him and the film concluded. Director George Stevens' tragic romantic drama A Place in the Sun updated Theodore Dreiser's novel An American Tragedy , and dared to confront themes forbidden by the Production Code: out-of-wedlock pregnancy and oblique references to abortion a no-no word. In one of the most romantic performances ever filmed, in an extended scene of budding romance, this George Stevens film captured the sensuous and sexually-electrifying romantic interplay between:.

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In an electrifying series of images as they danced together and talked intimately with each other, George finally confessed his love to Angela - hers was the promise of the love of an ideal woman which had now been discovered:. I've loved you since the first moment I saw you. I guess maybe I even loved you before I saw you. Breathlessly, Angela was worried that they were being watched, so they retreated to an outer balcony terrace for more privacy, where she began to confess her love for him in kind: "I love you too.

It scares me.

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But it is a wonderful feeling. They made plans to be together for the entire summer when he wasn't working on weekends, as she told him:. You'll come up and see me. Oh, it's so beautiful there.

You must come. I know my parents will be a problem, but you can come on the weekends when the kids from school are up there. You don't have to work weekends. That's the best time. If you don't come, I'll drive down here to see you. I'll pick you up outside the factory. You'll be my pick-up. Oh, we'll arrange it somehow, whatever way we can, and we'll have such wonderful times together, just the two of us. George was overwhelmed during these powerfully-erotic moments. Enormous, extreme closeups of their faces filled the screen as they revealed innermost, heightened emotions and inflamed passions, and they pledged themselves to each other.

George confessed: "I'll be the happiest person in the world" - but Angela corrected: "The second happiest. I can only tell you all" - and she comforted him: "Tell Mama. Tell Mama all" as they closely embraced and kissed passionately, caught up in an all-consuming relationship over which they had no control.

A Streetcar Named Desire Elia Kazan's sizzling melodrama A Streetcar Named Desire was stripped of many of its 'objectionable' elements i. A restored version or "Director's Cut" of the film was released to theatres and video in In perpetual conflict with each other were the film's two main characters:. The film was also noted for the sex-related scene of the lonely Blanche pathologically desperate and yearning for sexual attention.

She was attracted to a young newspaper delivery boy Wright King who came to her door one rainy afternoon.

THE SUNSET BOULEVARD DIALOGUES (Rich Hazzard mystery series Book 2) THE SUNSET BOULEVARD DIALOGUES (Rich Hazzard mystery series Book 2)
THE SUNSET BOULEVARD DIALOGUES (Rich Hazzard mystery series Book 2) THE SUNSET BOULEVARD DIALOGUES (Rich Hazzard mystery series Book 2)
THE SUNSET BOULEVARD DIALOGUES (Rich Hazzard mystery series Book 2) THE SUNSET BOULEVARD DIALOGUES (Rich Hazzard mystery series Book 2)
THE SUNSET BOULEVARD DIALOGUES (Rich Hazzard mystery series Book 2) THE SUNSET BOULEVARD DIALOGUES (Rich Hazzard mystery series Book 2)
THE SUNSET BOULEVARD DIALOGUES (Rich Hazzard mystery series Book 2) THE SUNSET BOULEVARD DIALOGUES (Rich Hazzard mystery series Book 2)
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