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Sophia Loren

Sophia Loren

  • Arabesque (1966, August 26 (ET) - Reminder REMINDER
  • Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow (1963, August 26 (ET) - Reminder REMINDER
  • Ghosts - Italian Style (1969, August 26 (ET) - Reminder REMINDER
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  • Big Fan

    • yolanda
    • 2014-02-16

    I remember watching her movies and thinking how sassy she was. Loved when she could get her way. She was so feisty, so sensual, growing up I loved her movies. My favorite is "Houseboat"

  • "Lovely Lady"

    • Laverne D. Jordan
    • 2011-09-16

    The first movie I viewed with Ms. Lauren was, It Started in Naples, I was maybe 9 or 10 years old. I fell in love with her charm and "EYES". She was so funny and poised that I tried to play her part on the stairs leading to her apartment..the balloon scene. My mom that I did it just great!!!!! To my surprise about 20 or so years ago I was in a Target store in Minneapolis MN. In walked Ms. Lauren with an elderly lady. She wore all black even the sunglasses LOL...I notice her right away but played to innocent role of her being just another shopper. I had my 2 daughter with me. My oldest said " mommy that's the lady you watch on t.v. all of the time. I said to her I know, let us not get to loud she has a life of her own..When I went to the check out there was a not so nice fellow who made a racist remark about me I guess because I had two carts. (I am African American) My babies was in one cart and goods was in the other. He got out of line and went to get something other than what he had and was gone for at least 2 minutes. He came back and wanted to get back in line, well I had put the good on the belt to be scanned that is when he said what he said to me. Ms.Lauren was one lane over gave him some words on my behalf. Then the manager came over and asked what had took place, she told him what happened, and some way all of my groceries got paid for. I love her to this day. Who would have thought that my childhood star would one day come to my aide. SHE IS SENT FROM HEAVEN!!

  • My request

    • Octavia scott
    • 2011-07-24

    I would like TCM to show Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow, 1963 movie with Sophia Loren. I remember seeing this movie as a child and I never forgot it. I've always looked for this movie to show on TCM, I would love to see this movie in the near future on TCM. PLZZZZZZZZZZ!!!!

  • Miss Marple, agatha christie

    • Ana Vangelena
    • 2010-07-16

    I wish that there could be another Margaret Rutherford, (and her husband) Fantastic!

  • 5 stars

    • michelle
    • 2010-03-11

    She is a wonderful actress one of a kind. love all of her movies.

  • 5 stars

    • Ana Vangelena
    • 2010-02-27

    The stars today should learn how to be a star, like Sophia a mother, wife and a class act! timeless

  • 5 stars

    • Ana Vangelena
    • 2010-02-27

    I think she is a classic, one of a kind movie star!!!

  • Once in a life time, no other will follow!

    • Ana Vangelena
    • 2009-04-14

    Looks, class and a great mother... She cooks and still is very beautiful. Class Act, no one in Hollywood comes close!

  • fan of sofia loren

    • maria esther
    • 2009-03-13

    io credo che sofia a la grande artista del mondo !!!!!!!!!!!!!!mi piaceno tutte le sue pelicolas.......sarebe molto contenta si potresse recibere una fotografia dedicata a me !!! L a ho seguito durante tutta la sua carrera artistica e io sono piu vecchia di lei.....grazie tanti

  • loren

    • lauren
    • 2008-12-09

    i was named after sophia

  • Sophia Loren

    • Elaine
    • 2008-03-30

    I would love to meet her before and watch all her movies. She will always be young and loved by me. She is my mentor Love always Elaine

  • lovley lady

    • robert yates
    • 2006-12-23

    i first obtained a picture of sophia from the film boy on a dolphine when i was fifteen i loved her from that day to this i would love to have talked to her, thats it still the lolvlest of all time

  • tough and beautiful

    • gerald
    • 2006-09-20

    I had a crush on her when i was in high school(1967) and still do to this very day. Her performance in two women was the greatest of all time and made you love her as a mother. If only the leading ladies of today could have her class.

  • Sophia Loren

    • Irene
    • 2006-09-09

    She was Beautiful and Liberated Actress. The Performance she gave in the movie Two Women 1960, I do not think people that time period was ready for a true story.

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