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  2. Shouldn't be too hard to remember the post: Easter Monday 2019!
  3. Tuesday, April 23 2:15 p.m. Fort Apache (1948). John Wayne is purdy darned good in this one.
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  5. Bogie56

    Trump's Biggest Whoppers

    And then read them a story about the 7 angry democrats ... Sleepy, Crazy, Pencil Neck ...
  6. theyshootpictures top 1000 movies A Moment of Innocence Mohsen Makhmalbaf, Iran #417 Jonathan Rosenbaum top 1000 movies The Ceremony Claude Chabrol, France Goodbye, South, Goodbye Hou Hsiao-hsien, China (Taiwan) Irma Vep Olivier Assayas, France Mahjong Edward Yang, China (Taiwan) Oriental Elegy Alexander Sokurov, Russia Thieves Andre Techine, France Whispering Pages Alexander Sokurov, Russia Note that dates are not exact.
  7. LawrenceA

    I Just Watched...

    LA 2017 (1971) - 5/10 Episode of the series The Name of the Game directed by Steven Spielberg, later re-shown as a standalone TV movie. Series star Gene Barry is on his way to a conference when he has a car accident that renders him unconscious. He's awakened in the year 2017 in a dystopian future-Los Angeles that has relocated underground following an ecological disaster that has left much of the planet uninhabitable. Barry tries to learn what exactly led to this nightmare scenario, and is disturbed by the fascist government led by Barry Sullivan. Also featuring Sharon Farrell, Paul Stewart, Severn Darden, Edmond O'Brien, Louise Latham, Michael C. Gwynne, and Geoffrey Lewis. This "glimpse into the future" gets much of it wrong, as usual, but it's still amusing to see the worries of the day, most of which are still present. Some noteworthy touches: the cops are also degree-holding psychiatrists that spout psycho-babble; milk is a luxury and status symbol; a visit to a nightclub features an elderly acid rock band performing for a bunch of geriatric hippies; and a discussion about a "supposed sighting of a real Negro in Cleveland", which hasn't been seen since "the riots of '86". Source: YouTube
  8. MilesArcher

    Classic Westerns: Great Horse Riding Footage?

    One of the best horsemen was Ben Johnson, who had been a rodeo cowboy. In this clip from "She Wore A Yellow Ribbon", you will see that he does all of his own riding in this chase scene.
  9. LonesomePolecat

    Movies by Number

    Three Hearts for Julia (1943)
  10. LonesomePolecat

    Name a Celebrity - Name a Movie

    Douglas Fairbanks Jr was in HAVING WONDERFUL TIME with Eve Arden
  11. LonesomePolecat

    A to Z of Characters

    Queen Victoria -- Anna Neagle in VICTORIA THE GREAT
  12. LonesomePolecat

    The First Film That Comes to Mind...

    Since it's been 2 days, might I submit a new one? next Cavalry
  13. LonesomePolecat

    ONE word titles

    Heldorado (1946)
  14. Keith Richards (the one in THE TEN COMMANDMENTS) next G.M.
  15. LonesomePolecat

    *A to Z of Movies*

    Zangbo and the Zing Zing Bar (1977) (I hope that's not a porno or something--harder and harder to find new "Z" titles!)
  16. NipkowDisc

    Hey, Canadians...

    strange brew
  17. NipkowDisc

    Hey, Canadians...

    Death Hunt definitely. a winner! very underrated adventure film with great music by Jerrold immel.
  18. but will tcm show Hot Spell sometime in the next 25 years?
  19. TopBilled

    Actor/Movie Association Game

    Judith Anderson
  20. Princess of Tap

    Actor/Movie Association Game

    Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
  21. MilesArcher

    GUESS WHO?

    This has lingering long enough. #3 is Woodrow Parfrey.
  22. Gershwin fan

    Theme Songs That Fit A Movie or TV Show Perfectly

    Chaplin composed so many great scores.
  23. Gershwin fan

    Great One-Liners

    The silent version of King of Kings is coming on tonight and it reminded me of this one liner given by a film critic of the time - "saw the picture, loved the book."
  24. hamradio

    TCM and aspect ratio

    My new Directv Genie selected the best picture format. When I close Native on the TV's picture size setting, the "King of Kings" in 1.85, Full only very slightly changed the height, rest fills the screen. had to install an HDMI switch.
  25. TopBilled

    Deanna Durbin

    Yes I think so. Definitely "A" budget set design. And this was only one room of that house! The bedroom where Charles Laughton was supposedly dying was equally huge.
  26. I will definitely remember I wrote that. I wrote that for a reason and made sure I posted it. It amuses me that people go along with these chicken little sky is falling theories about TCM. This has been happening for years. Will TCM continue to change and grow? Yes. It won't stay the same. But it won't go away. To perpetuate the notion that it will go away is some desperate ploy to create "news" where there is none.
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