WesternElectric

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  1. WesternElectric

    Hal Roach shorts on TCM

    Thanks for the heads-up! Looking forward to Irvin S. Cobb, whose Roach shorts I've only read about.
  2. WesternElectric

    TCM/Charley Chase talkback thread

    Thanks for the heads-up on THE HASTY MARRIAGE!
  3. WesternElectric

    Hal Roach shorts on TCM

    Thanks for the heads-up on the Taxi Boys! Although I just don't get Ben Blue, he is ever-so-slowly growing on me. But I'd still take Franklin Pangborn over him any day!
  4. WesternElectric

    Hal Roach shorts on TCM

    The morning of April 16: 12:00 AM ASK FATHER (1919) In this silent film, a young man asks his girlfriend's father for permission to marry her. Cast: Bebe Daniels, Harold Lloyd, Snub Pollard. BW-13 mins, TV-G 12:20 AM AMONG THOSE PRESENT (1921) In this silent film, an ambitious young man poses as an English lord. Dir: Fred Newmeyer Cast: Harold Lloyd, BW-35 mins, TV-G 1:00 AM HAUNTED SPOOKS (1920) In this silent short, a woman must marry and live in a seemingly haunted house to collect her inheritance. Dir: Alf Goulding Cast: Harold Lloyd, BW-25 mins, TV-G 1:30 AM GET OUT AND GET UNDER (1920) In this silent short, a young actor races to get to the theatre on time despite a string of disasters. Dir: Hal Roach Cast: Harold Lloyd, BW-25 mins, TV-G
  5. WesternElectric

    TCM/Charley Chase talkback thread

    Good call, thanks for the heads-up! Nice cameo in that short.
  6. WesternElectric

    Upcoming shorts on TCM

    I'm surprised nobody mentioned the Charley Chase 3-reeler that was on last night, "Rough Seas" with Thelma Todd.
  7. WesternElectric

    Upcoming shorts on TCM

    Thank You!
  8. WesternElectric

    Upcoming shorts on TCM

    It's been said many many times but can't be said enough: Thank you MGMWBRKO! Also thanks for the heads-up on the upcoming Charley Chase.
  9. WesternElectric

    Upcoming shorts on TCM

    Last time I checked, TCM was still running plenty of feature length films so don't worry. And please be careful how you use the word "we", as you don't speak for "us". I'd be willing to bet the majority don't have a problem with the 'fillers' being shown on TCM. Beats the heck out of watching commercials like on that other station.

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