Im4movies2

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  1. Kim Jung Un is a great fan. It is him no doubt.
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    Rex Reed would be a great TCM Host

    I'd love to have Rex Reed on board at TCM. Perhaps he could team up with Alec Baldwin on The Essentials.
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    Question of the Day: Ruby Keeler

    When they filmed "The Jolson Story" Ms. Keeler forbade them to use her real name. What a pity. It might have helped her in later years, but she "retired" to be a mother and golf pro until she came back with No No Nanette on Broadway.
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    Barbara Stanwyck's son

    Barbara and Joan Crawford tried to fix up Christina with him but of course we know that idea didn't work.
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    Note on An American in Paris

    The Broadway stage version was pale next to the original movie.
  6. I saw her play Mame on Broadway and she was fantastic.
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    Movies You Were Too Young to See But Saw

    I don't know how they didn't stop my parents from allowing my sister and I, then under 12. to see An Anatomy of Murder, then billed for "Adults Only" no one under 17 admitted but we did. I was able to follow the story perfectly with my eleven year old mind and yes I found it kind of raunchy.
  8. Unfortunately I felt the subject deserved better treatment. This documentary was very poorly done .
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    "I'd love to see a biopic about..."

    LEONARD BERNSTEIN....With Adrien Brody as Lenny and Stanley Tucci as Demitri Metropolis, his mentor and lover.
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    who's gonna play anthony bourdain in a biopic?

    TED DANSON........Looks most like him.
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    Movies You Want to End Differently

    I would have wanted the Julie Andrew's film "Star" to have ended with her portraying Gertrude Lawrence doing a scene from The King and I and her subsequent illness and death, A little morbid but it would have been very touching at the end.
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    The Roaring Twenties

    I enjoyed the Warner Brothers TV version which starred Dorothy Provine. They should revive it with new stars like Lady Gaga doing the Provine role We are entering the 20's again soon you know, so why not?
  13. Having seen the documentary I thought they could have done a better job. Such a fascinating woman deserved better. I thought it was boring.
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    Allyn Ann McLerie (1926 – 2018)

    Back in 1962 I saw her perform in a summer stock production of My Fair Lady with her husband George Gaynes.
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    Lookalikes?

    HARVEY WEINSTEIN AND WALLACE BEERY! Anyone able to post their photos?
  16. There are a number of Soundtrack Suites on Youtube you could enjoy listening to. Start off with Love Is A Many Splendored Thing or A Summer Place.
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    Question of the Day: Ruby Keeler

    Ruby Keeler refused to have her name mentioned in the Jolson Story.
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    "I'd love to see a biopic about..."

    To the Janis Joplin people, Bette Midler's movie "The Rose" is a sort of fictionalized version based on her life.
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    "I'd love to see a biopic about..."

    I'd love to see a bio-pic of Julie Andrews especially one based on her autobiography "Home" which goes from her early years up to Mary Poppins and stops there.
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    "I'd love to see a biopic about..."

    Ventriliquist Shari Lewis. The young girl who won America's Got Talent could play Shari as a young girl.
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    Thoughts about Claudette Colbert's movies

    I wonder if Stephen Colbert is related to Claudette.
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    Anarchistic Musicals

    It irks me when musicals about a certain era don't adhere to costumes and hairstyles of the era. Many musicals about the 1920's done in the 40's and 50's usually had their actors wearing clothes and hairstyles of the present and not the 20's. Those details where glossed over or forgotten about.
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    Remakes of Musicals in general

    I'll make a shocking statement and say that some of our long beloved musical films should be remade. Yes why not apply new technical advances and newer approaches with new young talent to redo some classics like: Singing In The Rain and even The Sound of Music. Although pretty perfect as they are now the way they were originally made come on now, it's been over fifty or sixty years and there isn't a fresh approach? Edited by: Im4movies2 on May 16, 2010 11:28 PM
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    Most Beautiful Musical Moments

    What are your most magical and beautiful musical moments on film for you? Mine are: 30's- 'Let's Face The Music and Dance" Fred and Ginger in Follow The Fleet 40's- "You Stepped Out of a Dream by Tony Martin in The Zeigfeld Girl. 50's- The ballet with Gene and Leslie in American in Paris. 60's- The Trapp children singing The Sound of Music to the countess.

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