dumplingDespite the best efforts of the Millennials (a.k.a., the Generation Y, as in “Y do they exist?” collective) to dismiss the very existence of anyone over the age of 30 (which puts the elder of their clique against the firing squad wall…sorry kids), there have been an abundance of remarkable performances played by those eligible for the AARP. In an effort to counteract00August the popular wave of ageism pervading the land by those still living at their parent’s homes, this month’s Monthly Photo Quiz will feature those wonderful actors and actresses who dared to annoy the youth of the world by daring to star in a film, and not be dependent on comic book tomfoolery or CGI enhancement in order to amuse their ADHD addled minds. To further compound insult with injury, this month’s quiz will be 21 photos rather than the usual 12, so those who feel energy compromised might want to take a nap or gulp an energy drink before proceeding. As usual, the first to identify all of the following films will receive a special prize of instant gratification and the knowledge that life isn’t over at thirty (those familiar with the finale of “Wild in the Streets” will appreciate the irony of CSRCULTURESHOCKAWARDthat message). Good luck. And genuflections and kudos to long-time reader quimedelivera for correctly solving the June Classic Film Images Quiz, thus becoming the first recipient of the coveted, oft imitated but never pawnable CSR CULTURE SHOCK AWARD. Congratulations!

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I've been a puppet, a pirate, a pauper, a poet, a pawn and a king, not necessarily in that order. My first major movie memory was being at the drive-in at about 1 1/2 yrs. old seeing "Sayonara" so I suppose an interest in film was inevitable. (For those scoring at home- good for you- I wasn't driving that evening, so no need to alert authorities.)Writer, critic and confessed spoiler of women, as I have a tendency to forget to put them back in the refrigerator. My apologies.
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