Lists by blueish35
Of course, if you want to find out if someone in particular is on the list you would have to go to "List Order"and choose "Name" or "A to Z" and search them alphabetically by their "first name". If the person is on the list, unfortunately, the only way to find their group is by a regular search. Completed triplets are listed first and pairs "waiting for a third" are on the back pages.
(you might have to downsize the page (Ctl plus -) to change the box setting from 4 across to 3 across)
If you change the list to the "box" setting in the Vto keep the order intact entry 100, 200, 300... will be a unique single/spacer entry like No.100 Rondo Hatton.
I also think it's easier to take-in by scrolling up rather than down so "box" the list into threes and start at the bottom and scroll to the top of each page.
Addresses of better photos are supplied where needed. In some cases they are yet to come.iew menu (top of the list on the right) then you will get the triplet 3 across making it much easier to peruse the list. This practice will make the subsequent pages askew so
In some cases the groupings will be supplied with interesting facts gathered by our research department.
Many pairs are awaiting a third. Please feel free to offer suggestions for "thirds" or better replacements.
"He looks like that fellow in the movies (snap-snap) Ralph Bellamy." "Oh, him."
One easy way to peruse the list is by clicking the box with four solid squares and then if searching for something specific go to "list order" and make it "A to Z" or "name" to put them in alphabetical order but unfortunately it count "A"s and "The"s as the first word so there's an awful lot of "The"s. They're an alphabetical section on their own. By running the mouse over the movie poster icon the film's facts are displayed. (If you didn't already know)
These movies provide laughs whether they be intentional or not.