41. Barbara Stanwyck succeeding at flipping a pancake in Christmas in Connecticut (1945). Honestly, I was as surprised as she was.
43. Van Johnson's duck hunting scene in Easy to Wed (1946). He may be rubbish at duck hunting, but he's wonderful at everything else.
44. The final scene in It's a Wonderful Life (1946). It's true what they say — every time a bell rings, an angels gets his wings. Attaboy, Clarence!
46. Lauren Bacall and Humphrey Bogart's cameo at the end of Two Guys From Milwaukee (1946). Completely unexpected, but such a nice treat.
47. Peter Lawford speaking French in Good News (1947). A man is instantly more attractive to me if he can speak more than one language. (Peter Lawford could actually speak French.)
48. Eleanor Parker folding her bed cover in The Voice of the Turtle (1947). You know, that's a pretty nifty trick she got there. I might try it some time.
49. James Stewart and Henry Fonda in On Our Merry Way (1948). Their characters in the film are called Slim and Lank. I wonder how they came up with those names...
50. Van Johnson trying to write while Richard Derr plays golf in front of him in The Bride Goes Wild (1948). Poor thing can't catch a break.
51. Gene Kelly's quadriceps in The Pirate (1948). I mean, do I even have to explain?
52. Gene Kelly's smile at the end of The Three Musketeers (1948). Has he got a perfect smile, or has he got a perfect smile? Yes.
53. Van Johnson bumping into Judy Garland in In the Good Old Summertime (1949). You can tell Buster Keaton wrote this scene.
54. The «Nuts!» scene in Battleground (1949). When the Germans demanded a surrender, General MacAuliffe said, «Nuts!» Just so we're clear, «nuts» is strictly negative.
56. James Stewart putting on his wooden leg and taking his son for a walk in The Stratton Story (1949). He learned to walk along with his son, and that warms my heart.
58. Gene Kelly's behind in An American in Paris (1951). Again, pretty self-explanatory.
59. Marlon Brando imitating a cat in A Streetcar Named Desire (1951). Is it weird that I find this scene incredibly sexy? I mean, my god! Just look at him!
60. James Dean's scene in Has Anybody Seen My Gal? (1952). I have no idea whatsoever what he ordered, but it sure sounded good.