I am sure about 'The Greatest Show on Earth', 'Secret of the Incas', 'The Wreck of Mary Deare,', 'Skyjacked' and 'The Private War of Major Benson'. I haven't seen 'Lucy Gallant' but I think he played a modern man there, too. Is there any from 'Ruby Gentry'? I haven't seen this one, too. Where the Rugby-playing pics are from, Chrysagon?
Nice try, Judah - at least you gave it the old college try
Actually, there are no pics from Secret of the Incas
in that spread - not sure why I skipped that one. There's one from Ruby Gentry
next to The Wreck of the Mary Deare
. The first couple are from Bad For Each Other
; the last few are from Earthquake
and Two Minute Warning
. There are couple of Airport 1975
ones mixed with Skyjacked
. The Rugby-playing pics are from Number One
And I think Andrew Jackson can also be considered as a 'modern' character... so, how about creating a photo-tribute to 'The President's Lady'?
We have a different view of what is modern, Judah. To me, modern is now and most of the 20th century. Anything before that - like the 19th century - is another era. For example, The Hawaiians
takes place much later than The President's Lady
, in the late 19th century, but it certainly does not come across as modern to me; it's a completely different time, with sailing ships and very different ways.
But, I do agree with you that The President's Lady
deserves a photo spread: