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  2. Terrence1

    Actor/Movie Association Game

    John Hodiak
  3. jamesjazzguitar


    People have provided concrete evidence that TCM shows Cagney films A LOT (since TCM is very Warner Brother studio focused due to that being a key studio as part of the Turner library of films that started this network). Isn't that showing respect? Isn't that remembering him? Isn't it lot more important that TCM show Cagney films during the either YEAR, than just one day, that happens to be his birthday?
  4. jimmymac71

    Tiffany Vasquez

    Well, it is Sunday. I kind of think Ben turns off the lights when leaving the studio. Have no proof anyone else works there.
  5. MarshaKatz

    The First Film That Comes to Mind...

    THE GOOD EARTH Next: Cold War spy switch
  6. lavenderblue19

    Name the pre-1970 film

    Let's wrap this one up. One of the characters is superstitious
  7. LeeDonely


    No James it's not that at all but once in awhile.
  8. Princess of Tap


    6) Anthony Zerbe
  9. MarshaKatz

    Actor/Movie Association Game

  10. Princess of Tap


    1. Lionel Atwill-- The greatest and the one and only Moriarty
  11. LeeDonely


    I have all of his movies and no it's not that at all. Forgotten, disrespected yes.
  12. jimmymac71

    What Are You Watching Now?

    I loved the short between the two movies. Arsenic And Old Lace was never a favorite. Maybe I'm not a Cary Grant fan. Forgive me, but we do not agree on Betty Hutton. I love musicals, and this one is fun. Not sure Doris Day would have been good in the part. According to Alicia, the role started with Judy Garland. Don't get me started with Alicia. I have purchased her book, twice. Paperback and audio. She DID NOT do the reading. They make fun gifts. Someone recently called you 'speedy,' which we all should remember from the Alka-Seltzer days. I remember Speed Racer, and the car number 5. Some claim it was a Japanese cartoon, as the voices didn't match in English. Could be a long shower. We don't have that kind of water down here in CA. <smiling>
  13. LeeDonely


    No significance it's just another year without a B'day Tribute. There is no one else born on that day other then Donald Sutherland, Phyllis Diller I guess, so no reason why he's always left out. A movie here and there isn't enough of what he deserves. I'm tired of it and have support on why there isn't a marathon etc of a great actor. I've bucked up for many years and said nothing until now, it's a joke. Look at the montages he's in ONE! But that's for another day.
  14. MarshaKatz

    *A to Z of actresses and actors*:)

    Ansara, Michael
  15. jamesjazzguitar


    I agree; TCM should do away with all birthday tributes expect maybe a 100 year one. (i.e. that star would be 100 today if they were still alive). Because as you say when TCM does it for some, it always raises the question of why TCM didn't do it for others. Note that Cagney has been Star of the Month twice (and only a handful of stars have 2 or more). 1998 and 2008. So hang in there, TCM might have him as STOM in 2019.
  16. MarshaKatz

    First movie that comes to mind. --- geography

    THE UNSINKABLE MOLLY BROWN Next: a French heist film
  17. scsu1975

    I Just Watched...

    Thanks for that review. It was a surprising good film, despite being one of the most depressing films I'd ever seen. There were some scenes which seemed out of place, almost comical; the old women whispering about what the Germans do to prisoners, for instance, and Elizabeth Patterson packing heat and poison in case she gets captured. This film should have been subtitled They Made Me a Hun.
  18. Looks like evangelicals are more racist than Christian.
  19. TopBilled

    *A to Z of actresses and actors*:)

    Zane, Billy
  20. TopBilled

    First movie that comes to mind. --- geography

    STATE FAIR Next: Colorado
  21. MarshaKatz

    *A to Z of actresses and actors*:)

    York, Michael
  22. TopBilled

    Actor/Movie Association Game

    William Bendix
  23. jamesjazzguitar

    Why Do?

    As for play in a steering wheel; maybe I don't understand what 'play' is but prior to power steering, one had to turn the steering wheel 'forever' to make a turn, especially a U-turn. Isn't that a reason drivers wore gloves or had rubber grips put on the steering wheel?
  24. LawrenceA

    Films of 2018

    Major releases in August August 3 Christopher Robin - Disney live-action family film about a grown Christopher Robin (Ewan MacGregor) reconnecting with his boyhood when he hangs out with old pal Winnie the Pooh. The Darkest Minds - Another adaptation of a Young Adult science fiction book, this one concerns a group of young people with extraordinary powers who break free from their adult-imposed incarceration. Featuring Mandy Moore, Bradley Whitford, Gwendoline Christie, and a bunch of newcomers. I don't know a lot about this one, but it sounds like a mix of X-Men and The Maze Runner, or maybe Divergent, or maybe The Hunger Games, or maybe... Searching - John Cho stars as a father desperately searching for his missing daughter. This is a gimmick flick which is shot so that all scenes are presented as if viewing online or on your phone. I watched Unfriended, a horror film shot in this manner, and hated it. The Spy Who Dumped Me - Action-comedy starring Mila Kunis as the ex-girlfriend of a super-spy who, along with gal pal Kate McKinnon, gets pulled into the dangerous world of cloak and dagger. August 10th Dog Days - A group pf dog owners interact with each other in this ensemble comedy-drama. Lots of pretty young and youngish people make cute, plus dogs. The Meg - Jason Statham fights a giant prehistoric shark. Looks dumb and/or fun. Slender Man - Horror film based on the online urban legend that inspired a real-life murder. Slender Man is a mysterious boogey man who kills teens and young children, or something. August 15th Crazy Rich Asians - There's a lot of positive buzz about this comedy based on a best-seller about an Asian-American woman (Constance Wu) traveling to Singapore to meet her boyfriend's family. August 17th Alpha - A young man and his wolf companion brave the frigid wilderness 20,000 years ago. Mile 22 - Director Peter Berg and star Mark Wahlberg reunite for this white-knuckle action film about intelligence agent's efforts to keep a valuable witness alive. Also featuring Lauren Cohan, Iko Uwais, Ronda Rousey, and John Malkovich. August 24th A.X.L. - PG-rated sci-fi about a young man and his experimental robot dog. The Happytime Murders - Shades of Who Framed Roger Rabbit in this raunchy comedy about cops trying to solve a series of murders in a world where humans co-exist with living, breathing puppets. Featuring Melissa McCarthy, Elizabeth Banks, Maya Rudolph, and Joel McHale. August 31st Kin - A troubled kid finds a high-tech supergun and takes it to his ex-con older brother. They soon get into trouble with it, drawing the attention of the cops, as well as the mysterious owners of the gun. Featuring James Franco, Carrie Co-on, Zoe Kravitz, and Dennis Quaid.
  25. MarshaKatz

    First movie that comes to mind. --- geography

  26. TopBilled

    *A to Z of actresses and actors*:)

    William, Warren
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