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Who was the greatest of all movie stars?

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Who was the greatest of all movie stars?

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    Jerry Parker says:

    Lon Chaney Sr., the man of a thousand faces

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    CJ Russ says:

    Meryl Streep

  3. 3
    Mike H. says:

    Sir Laurence Olivier…and John Wayne

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    Gordon H. says:

    I would say Charleton Heston gets my vote as the best. He played in every type of movie from drama to westerns to sci-fi. The man was absolutely one of the greatest.

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    J Beabout says:

    The Duke, John Wayne. Not a great actor but a skillful protrayer of American ideal characters. He appealed to his audiences.

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    John Basham says:

    I agree with CJ Russ on Meryl Streep, to a point. The question here is "was", Streep, is the best. As the best of all time, my favorite is Claudette Colbert.

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    cmhicksusmc says:

    Ronald Reagan TOP THAT!!!!

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    Dalt says:

    James Stewart – did he ever make a bad movie.

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