ladymoviebuff

TCM_allow
  • Content Count

    15
  • Joined

  • Last visited

    Never

Everything posted by ladymoviebuff

  1. ladymoviebuff

    Rodgers & Hammerstein

    What's your favorite Rodgers & Hammerstein musical? And why? I have always loved Rodgers & Hammerstein... because their works are musical beauty to my ears and soul. I'm truly amazed that I still haven't seen "State Fair" because I'm so completely in love with Rodgers & Hammerstein that when the subject of movie musicals comes up anywhere they are "it" for me (though, Lerner & Lowe do trail very closely behind them). My favorite R&H musicals are, in order (with #7 being the lesser, and #1 being the greater favorite): 7) Flower Drum Song 6) South Pacific 5) The Sound Of Music 4) The King And I 3) Oklahoma! 2) Cinderella... and 1) CAROUSEL
  2. Why aren't "Nightmare Alley" and "The Luck Of The Irish" available on video tape or DVD? And why have they never been available? At all? EVER? "Out of print" videos were, at least, once available for sale... but these two Tyrone Power movies NEVER were. And how do I get a copy of these two movies on both VHS tape and DVD?? I know that some of you love these two Tyrone Power movies as much as I do. Please advise. Thanks. (P.S. "Nightmare Alley" is the 'film noir' movie of the two titles I mention here.)
  3. ladymoviebuff

    MOVIE: "No Time For Love" (1941)

    Okay... who else loves this movie as much as I do?? I need to know because I've never met anyone who does... I've never met anyone who even knows this wonderful movie (I still can't believe that!)... you know... its got Claudette Colbert and a super-buff and tough Fred MacMurray in it (he's nothing like his sweet and bumbling role as the father in the TV show "My Three Sons" which is how I grew up knowing him and is the only way I could picture him and his personality until I saw him in this gem of a movie. It's an incredible movie, I just adore it and I really need to chat with others who do too! There's just no way I'm the only one who's gaga about this movie!! Thanks.
  4. ladymoviebuff

    MOVIE: "No Time For Love" (1941)

    I noticed too late that there is no way to delete something I post here. I'm not sure that's a good thing. Gotta go. Bye.
  5. ladymoviebuff

    Your Favorite All-time Horror Flick!

    I would have to say my personal favorite Horror flick of "all time" isn't an old classic but a quite recent new one... "The Sixth Sense" with Bruce Willis and Haley Joel Osment. But of the old ones I love "Nightmare Alley" (with Tyrone Power) and when I was a little girl the black & white movie "The House On Haunted Hill" with Vincent Price, Richard Long and Elisha Cook scared the heck out of me terribly... then I saw it again about ten or fifteen years ago when I had grown to adulthood and I laughed at how campy and dumb and unbelievable that movie is and found the difference in the mentality and innocence I had when I was a five-year old little girl and now how I am as an adult about a campy movie that scared me really so badly back then. "The House On Haunted Hill" just didn't have staying power once I hit adulthood. But it does give me an occasional giggle to watch it.
  6. ladymoviebuff

    MOVIE: "No Time For Love" (1941)

    ...and my 45th birthday is this Sunday, April 27th... I really don't need any more crap in my life! I've had too much crap and cruelty and stupidity and misunderstandings and people misunderstanding me throughout the course of my entire life and every single day of my entire life (no exaggeration) and that's way too much already. I need peace and happiness and joy and good things and kindness and generosity and a change in the quality of my life!! I like people who don't play games with me or other people and a human life!! Not sneaky, cruel jerks like nedlato and bradf516!!
  7. ladymoviebuff

    MOVIE: "No Time For Love" (1941)

    Some of you are defending nedlato and bradf516 for their "signal" posts in response to mine (signalling me in a sneaky way that others who are genuinely unaware of one of the many cruel games that have been played on me and at MY expense... that they know me, who I really am, and even doing it in a way they knew would drive me up a wall just to intentionally drive me up a wall). If you genuinely don't know that they did this then you're only a minor problem for me easily ignored and forgotten, but if you DO know them and the real truth that they did this ugly thing on purpose and you're defending THEM, then that's what my enemies do... they defend people who hurt me and that makes you my enemies too!!
  8. ladymoviebuff

    MOVIE: "No Time For Love" (1941)

    Dear antarcticexile: Yes, I'm quite touchy. VERY touchy. At the slightest thing. As always.
  9. ladymoviebuff

    MOVIE: "No Time For Love" (1941)

    Dear lolmsted: I agree that these boards are for movies and people who truly love movies... not people like nedlato and bradf519 who my enemies told my real identity (I'm not famous, just need my privacy, or at least SOME genuine privacy) know my real identity and they left messages written in a way that made sure I would know that they knew ME. But I doubt that they love movies. Quite frankly, if I had a "life", I wouldn't love or be "into" movies as much as I am. I have valid reasons to be upset with nedlato and bradf516 for the posts they left in response to mine, whether you realize it, or not.
  10. ladymoviebuff

    MOVIE: "No Time For Love" (1941)

    Dear Moira: I'm amazed that I have never seen "The Egg And I" at all, but thank you for telling me a lot about "No Time For Love" and about Fred MacMurray and Claudette Colbert too. But you didn't LOVE "No Time For Love" and I need to find someone who loves it as much as I. I will feel all alone on this until I do. Surely there must be someone out there who loves it too. But I'm glad if "The Egg And I" really does it for you (unless you were defending nedlato's and the other persons cruel game they were playing with me -- my enemies told them my real identity and they were jerking me around on purpose. I need sincerety). I just wanted to find someone who loves "No Time For Love" as much as I do. That's all.
  11. ladymoviebuff

    MOVIE: "No Time For Love" (1941)

    No, it's not "The Egg And I"... but you know that already. People like you and nedlato pervert these message boards here at turnerclassicmovies.com... go away. You don't belong here.
  12. ladymoviebuff

    MOVIE: "No Time For Love" (1941)

    No, this isn't the one where they start a chicken farm, South Carolina.
  13. ladymoviebuff

    Who Likes James Cagney?

    I do! I do! My all-time favorite movie of his is "City For Conquest", next is "The Roaring Twenties", then "Yankee Doodle Dandy".
  14. ladymoviebuff

    Funniest Romantic Comedies

    There's no way I can read all the replies to this topic, so I'll just say that one of my favorite romantic comedies of all time is "No Time For Love" (1941, b/w, with Claudette Colbert and Fred MacMurray). I just adore it.

New Members:

Register Here

Learn more about the new message boards:

FAQ

Having problems?

Contact Us