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  1. MovieGal53

    News about Robert Osborne

    Best wishes, Mr. Osborne, for a speedy recovery. My hope is that you are feeling better very soon.
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    I'll Be Seeing You DVD

    Kid_Dabb, you've expressed my sentiments exactly! Thank you!
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    I'll Be Seeing You DVD

    Since I have not been able to purchase this film a big THANKS to you both for posting the air dates for I'll Be Seeing You. My DVR will be set.
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    I'll Be Seeing You DVD

    Kid_Dabb, Jezabel38, thank you for responding. I could kick myself for not purchasing this film last Christmas when it was available. I will try your suggestions. Also thanks for the link to the customer reviews.
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    I'll Be Seeing You DVD

    Does anyone know the reason why this DVD is no longer available? I've tried ShopTCM and Amazon. The latter is offering a copy that is priced at $84 dollars! Is this film out of print? Any information would be appreciated.
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    It's time for commericals on TCM to save the channel

    fxreyman, Mrs. Capuchin Thank you for your posts. You have made me feel optimistic as to the outcome of the budget cuts. Management has to know how much TCM means to all of its fans. I am now of the hope that whatever cuts Turner Broadcasting chooses to make will help to preserve the channel and not speed up its demise. I do not mind the end of original programming if it helps keep the classics on the air commercial free, uncut with Robert Osborne and Ben Mankiewicz as hosts.
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    It's time for commericals on TCM to save the channel

    I don't post anymore but after reading this thread and the news in regard to the budget cuts that are occurring at TCM I'm filled with questions. None can be answered until Turner Broadcasting announces their plans for the channel but it all makes me terribly sad. My cable company did not add Turner Classic Movies to their lineup until the fall of 2006. I was not able to view the channel in it's infancy like most of you but, nonetheless, for the past eight years it has been an oasis for me. I truly would be lost without it. As far as fading away I hope not, TopBilled. Hopefully some of our questions will be answered during the Classic Cruise this year.
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    Names of Two Films

    Thank you for mentioning Primrose Path. I will add it to my collection.
  9. MovieGal53

    Happy 90th Birthday, Doris Day!

    TopBilled, Just left SueSueApplegate's thread and the photo's of Doris were wonderful. Thanks for the suggestion.
  10. MovieGal53

    SUE SUE II...

    SueSue, A big THANK YOU for posting the photo's of Doris Day's birthday celebration. I have been a huge fan of hers since childhood so these recent photo's are a gift!
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    Happy 90th Birthday, Doris Day!

    TopBilled and noah80, Thank you for the recent photo's of Doris. She was beautiful years ago and still is. Robert Osborne's phone interview was such a treat. The photo's are icing on the cake.
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    New boards

    My posts are few and far between now but I had to give the new boards a try. It was very easy to re-register and posting seems to be effortless. So far, so good.
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    Names of Two Films

    Fedya, I have been racking my brain trying to remember the titles. Hopefully they are both on DVD. Thank you so much for your response.
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    Names of Two Films

    The first film stars Ginger Rogers and Joel McCrea. They grew up and live in a small town. He works at a gas station and she brings him lunch every day. She's in love with him but he marries someone else. I can't recall the names of the actors in the second film but it's about a wife going to live on an army or air force base while her husband is in the service. She's either a famous actress or writer. Would like to purchase these two films so any information in regard to the titles would be greatly appreciated.
  15. *White Banners* starring Faye Bainter and Claude Rains. Without giving away too much of the plot, Faye Bainter plays the role of Hannah who by pure chance comes to the unselfish aid of the Ward family. Through her kind heart she is able to find what is most valuable to her. TCM aired it a few years ago during a tribute to Claude Rains and I have never forgotten it. That was the first time I had ever seen or heard of this sweet gem of a film and would love to see it shown in the future if possible.

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