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    Deanna Durbin

    My hope is that Deanna did not forget to use her talents completely when she "retired". Did she continue to sing for her local church on holidays and weddings? Did she help and instruct young singers with vocal lessons in her little town where she lived? If anyone knows if she did I'd like to know. It would have been a great waste if she hadn't. In my mind I think she did continue to share her gifts in what ever small way she could. May she rest in peace.
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    RECONSTRUCTION: America After the Civil War

    Quite frankly I fell asleep in the middle of it which usually happens when watching a Ken Burns film.
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    What's The Funniest Movie You Ever Saw?

    My Big Fat Greek Wedding.
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    Fosse/Verdon series

    Before her death I was able to attend an interview session moderated by James Lipton at the Actors Studio in NYC that had Gwen . She was recovering from a cold and her voice was rather weak and hoarse but she gave it her best effort. She was such a dear and something made me want to go up and give her hug. May she rest in peace.
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    NO ONE. They went on without even better than usual.
  6. During the Memorium segment couldn't they have at least made mention? Maybe next year.
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    Sadly Neglected Performances by Children

    Who can forget that sweet little boy in Mrs. Miniver? I understand he didn't have much of a film career and had died recently an elderly man in his 70's. I am unable to get his name.
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    February 2019 schedule is up

    So many of the Oscar nominated pictures have been left out. Here are just a few; Arrowsmith (1931) Blossoms in the Dust (1941) The Country Girl (1954) Darling (1965) Five Easy Pieces (1970) Hannah and her Sisters (1986) Remains of the Day (1993) More of the nominated films for best picture would be geat. Perhaps next year?
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    Thelma Ritter and Judge Judy.
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    Character actress of the early 1930's, Beryl Mercer and TV's Aunt Bee of the 60's Frances Bavier.
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    Actress Carol Channing (1921-2019)

    She lived to be 97 because she took good care of her health. She was very strict on her diet and what she ate. During the run of Hello Dolly during an "eating" scene she brought her own food from home and actually ate her supper during the show. She never trusted fast food places and most restaurants. Only Sardis, since she was a friend of owner Vincent and the head chef.
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    A Night At The Movies

    Before TCM All three major networks had their "Night" At The Movies series, usually once a week on a Friday, Saturday, or Sunday night. Naturally cut up for commercial space. Openings began with a shot of a brilliantly lighted marquee. You could almost smell the popcorn.
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    Everything from 1923 is Public Domain Now.

    That means if I wanted to adapt a portion of the 1923 version of The Ten Commandments into a new work I can do so without asking permission rights to do so?
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    Judy Garland, Ideally

    HAD Judy lived she probably would have taken time off to get her act together. She would have taken a role in Sondheim's Follies and continued as guest on game shows like Match Game and Password. She may have tried Broadway again as Miss. Hanigan in Annie and after one or two more attempts at concert giving retire once and for all and die a peacful death.
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    Ever had a bad experience at a movie theater?

    I was about ten years old when I went to the movies with the wrong friend. This friend was a perpetual trouble maker at school and I knew better not to hang out with him but I did any way. Just as the picture started as we sat in our seats Mickey started his mayhem, with me following suit from making noises, running up the aisles, throwing popcorn and candy all around until ushers with flash lights came and grabbed us and brought us to the manager's office. Our parents were called and we waited to be picked up by our angry mothers. The manager warned that we were never to come back to the theatre again and if we did he'd throw us out. Well, about a whole month went by before my nother let me go back to the movies, but without Mickey. My first time back I was able to get in with no problem and I was well behaved throughout. Mickey never asked me to go to the movies with him again and I never did.

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