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Posts tagged: Ronald Reagan

Have A Smoke!

Two of our favorite people here at Rancid Popcorn, Ronald Reagan and Joan Crawford, sure know how to take care of loved ones at Christmastime:

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Great Punches In Cinema History #7

Reagan Versus Dickinson Versus Cassavetes!

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A love triangle turns brutal. I just wish Norman Fell would jump in and make it a quadrangle.

First, the Fortieth President of the United States of America hauls off and gives a righteous slap to Angie Dickinson’s unfaithful mug (but who really believes he was the first President to do that?).

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Then Cassavetes returns fire, slugging Ronnie to defend Angie.

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The results –

Bullied Angie:

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Bloodied Ron:

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Defiant John:

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Again, if Norman Fell would just jump into the middle of this, declare his affection for one of these three and slug someone, why then you’d really have a movie.

Rummaging Through Life #3

Ronnie In The Pool
“1940: American actor Ronald Reagan grasps a beach ball in a swimming pool as six female actors wearing swimsuits sit on the edge of the pool, on board the SS America. L-R: 3 unidentified women, Alexis Smith, Marguerite Chapman, and Maria Montez.”

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