Lists by tonyphil-1
Some of the biggest classic stars have had distinct and recognizable voices: Edward G. Robinson, James Cagney, Katharine Hepburn, Cary Grant, Humphrey Bogart, James Stewart and John Wayne among them.
Here are some less-recalled stars, as well as character and supporting actors, each with memorable and especially unique vocal timbre, intonation, accent, and/or speaking style. All had memorable appearances in movies of Hollywood's Golden Age.
Movies so bad they are good: over-the-top, unintentionally funny, some with a cult following. Laugh-inducing, jaw-dropping glory -- more amusing if you are punchy at the time.
I generally do not enjoy exploitation or slasher films, so those are not included here.
The worst movies, giving the most unintended laughs.
From Hollywood's "Golden Age (1927-1962)," the movies that actors, actresses and directors considered their favorite(s), or was their best work.
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