JeanneCrain

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About JeanneCrain

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  • Birthday 05/25/1925

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    As Hollywood's number one "party girl" of course my interests are Hollywood parties; partying amongst the stars is so heavenly - however, since my unwelcome heart attack in 2003 my parties have been permanently grounded at the Santa Barbara Cemetery where you can literally have a drink on me. Cheers to a wonderful yet short sweet life my friends see you soon ;-p

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  1. JeanneCrain

    Favorite Rapid Fire Insult Movies

    “Comedic” depends upon one’s point of view, while “clever, snarky and intelligent insults” are trumped by gutsy, raw, vial, “rapid fire” insulting dialog grounded in historical ignorance that hits viewers like a sledgehammer. How insulting is this “classic” movie? Well, it took the presents of historian/author Donald Bogle, a late night/early morning airing along with Ben Mankiewicz seemingly perched upon the edge of his pins-n-needles chair to introduce. With that being said, TCM should be commended for airing this movie UNCENSORED, particularly in an environment of political correctness, me too movements, along with crowds focused upon the destruction/removal of a Nation’s historical flags and statues. Can you guess the name of this movie? No, it's not "The Man Who Came to Dinner" (1942) which may "fit" the criteria being sought. 💋
  2. Who’s not “up-lifted” by a liberal latent, self-promotion gathering of “plastic-faced” wealthy entertainers? 💋
  3. For unknown reasons, two different updated browsers (Firefox v64 & Safari v12.0.2) have indicated security/privacy issues associated with TCM links apparently related to shopping at TCM…which has not only prevented my security/privacy from being breached but also my purse. 💋
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    Classical music

    Cure to the savage drumbeats of battle… 💋
  5. JeanneCrain

    Who's the new female host on TCM?

    I thought that redheaded lush with the accent pushed movies to winos. 💋
  6. JeanneCrain

    100 Best Shot Films

    Regarding cinematography… “The Passion of Joan of Arc” (1928) “I am Cuba” (1964) …are simply masterful examples of cinematography. 💋
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    Classical music

    Classic Tunes? Dazed and Confused (1993) happens to be loaded with classic tunes... Soundtrack Credits Sweet Emotion Written by Steven Tyler and Tom Hamilton Performed by Aerosmith Courtesy of Columbia Records By Arrangement with Sony Music Licensing Highway Star Written by Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Paice, Jon Lord, Ian Gillan, and Roger Glover Performed by Deep Purple Courtesy of Warner Bros. Records Inc. By Arrangement with Warner Special Products School's Out Written by Alice Cooper, Glen Buxton, Michael Bruce, Dennis Dunaway and Neal Smith Performed by Alice Cooper Courtesy of Warner Bros. Records By Arrangement with Warner Special Products Jim Dandy Written by Lincoln Chase Performed by Black Oak Arkansas Courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corp. By Arrangement with Warner Special Products Why Can't We Be Friends Written by Jerry Goldstein, Harold R. Brown, Thomas Allen, Morris D. Dickerson (as B.B. Dickerson), Howard E. Scott (as Howard Scott), Lonnie Jordan, Lee Oskar, and Charles Miller Performed by War Courtesy of Rhino Records/Avenue Records Stranglehold Written and Performed by Ted Nugent Courtesy of Epic Records By Arrangement with Sony Music Licensing No More Mr Nice Guy Written by Alice Cooper and Michael Bruce Performed by Alice Cooper Courtesy of Warner Bros. Records Inc. By Arrangement with Warner Special Products Do You Feel Like We Do Written by John Siomos, Peter Frampton, Rick Wills, and Mickey Gallagher (as Mick Gallagher) Performed by Peter Frampton Courtesy of A&M Records, Inc. Low Rider Written by Jerry Goldstein, Harold R. Brown, Thomas Allen, Morris D. Dickerson (as B.B. Dickerson), Howard E. Scott (as Howard Scott), Lonnie Jordan, Lee Oskar, and Charles Miller Performed by War Courtesy of Rhino Records/Avenue Records Hurricane Music by Bob Dylan Lyrics by Bob Dylan and Jacques Levy Performed by Bob Dylan Courtesy of Columbia Records By Arrangement with Sony Music Licensing I Just Want To Make Love To You Written by Willie Dixon Performed by Foghat Courtesy of Rhino Records, Bearsville Records Love Hurts Written by Felice Bryant and Boudleaux Bryant Performed by Nazareth Courtesy of A&M Records, Inc. Paranoid Written by Tony Iommi (as Anthony Iommi), Bill Ward (as William Ward), Geezer Butler (as Terrance Butler), and Ozzy Osbourne (as John Osbourne) Performed by Black Sabbath Courtesy of Warner Bros. Records Inc. By Arrangement with Warner Special Products There's Never Been Any Reason Written by Mike Somerville Performed by Head East Courtesy of A&M Records, Inc. Tush Written by Billy Gibbons, Frank Beard, and Dusty Hill Performed by ZZ Top Courtesy of Warner Bros. Records Inc. By Arrangement with Warner Special Products Fox On The Run Written by Brian Connolly, Steve Priest, Andy Scott and Mick Tucker Performed by Sweet Courtesy of Capitol Records By Arrangement with CEMA Special Markets Slow Ride Written by 'Lonesome' Dave Peverett (as Dave Peverett) Performed by Foghat Courtesy of Rhino Records/Bearsville Records Rock & Roll **** Koo Written and Performed by Rick Derringer Courtesy of Blue Sky/Epic Records By Arrangement with Sony Music Licensing Show Me The Way Written and Performed by Peter Frampton Courtesy of A&M Records, Inc. Lord Have Mercy On My Soul Written by Jim Dandy (as Jim Mangrum) and Harvey Jett Performed by Black Oak Arkansas Courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corp. By Arrangement with Warner Special Products Balinese Written by Billy Gibbons, Dusty Hill, and Frank Beard Performed by ZZ Top Courtesy of Warner Bros. Records Inc. By Arrangement with Warner Special Products Rock & Roll All Nite Written by Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley Performed by KISS Courtesy of PolyGram Special Markets A division of PolyGram Group Distribution Right Place, Wrong Time Written by Dr. John (as Malcolm J. Rebennack) Performed by Dr. John Courtesy of Warner Bros. Records Inc. By Arrangement with Warner Special Products Living In The USA Written and Performed by Steve Miller Courtesy of Capitol Records By Arrangement with CEMA Special Markets Hey Baby Written by Derek St. Holmes Performed by Ted Nugent Courtesy of Epic Records By Arrangement with Sony Music Licensing Cherry Bomb Written by Joan Jett and Kim Fowley Performed by The Runaways Courtesy of PolyGram Special Markets A division of PolyGram Group Distribution Summer Breeze Written and Performed by Seals & Crofts Courtesy of Warner Bros. Records Inc. By Arrangement with Warner Special Products Tuesday's Gone Written by Allen Collins and Ronnie Van Zant Performed by Lynyrd Skynyrd Courtesy of MCA Records Free Ride Written by Dan Hartman Performed by The Edgar Winter Group Courtesy of Sony Music Entertainment Inc. Rock-n-Roll Sweeties 💋
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    Classical music

    When I think of “classic” music it’s a non-greatest hits album where every song is great, such as… Led Zeppelin IV (1971) Pink Floyd Dark Side of the Moon (1973) Boston Boston (1976) Fleetwood Mac Rumours (1977) However, if you’re seeking a pretty darn good movie filled with Beethoven tunes…. Immortal Beloved (1994) Comes to mind. 💋
  11. 1/5/2019 @ 1a pst - schedule indicated "Frogs 1972"...now "Stranger Than Paradise 1984" Which one is really going to hop upon our TCM airwaves?
  12. JeanneCrain

    DirecTV price increase

    Due to increased costs of programming, an adjustment in the price of our programming packages is necessary. New rates will be in effect on January 20, 2019. Thanks AT&T for passing your programming cost increases onto us subscribers.
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    Unable to request movie

    While being logged in...went to recommend movie section, which didn't recognized that I was already logged in thus requiring me to log in again - attempted to log in as required at this section but couldn't. Please investigate and repair.
  14. Until the end of the year, Showtime is offering DirecTV customers a special $6.99/month (Regularly $13.99/month) price for 12 months. Pass or Grab this special one year Showtime offer?
  15. JeanneCrain

    Begone era of the Scrapbook

    Indeed RBGfan, check out the solid motor and metal component castings along with the intricate wood-grain craftsmanship cabinetry incorporated in that piece – home as well as commercial built quality unlike the mass produced junk made today…in china! A fine example of our history when pride, detail, longevity and practical use was encapsulated into a component hosting appealing artistic crafted beauty. Reminiscent of the first vehicle I drove, a 1949 Ford Pickup with a “granny” first gear you had to “double clutch” to synchronize the gears before shifting - equipped with metal fenders so thick and solid you could jump on them without denting.

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