slaytonf

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  1. Then there's only one conclusion. The movie doesn't exist.
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    The Little Kidnappers

    Here's some info: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0100033/?ref_=nv_sr_2
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    Fill In Segments

    Do you mean The Great Race (1965)? If so, that filler was Prophet Without Honor (1939): https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0031827/ Lots of short movies like this are listed on the schedules. Go to the top of almost any TCM Webpage and click on the SCHEDULE tab. Select either the FULL TCM SCHEDULE, or MONTH SCHEDULE to find them. Sometimes they are posted on YouTube:
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    That's a nice car!

    Dusters have a long and venerable history in movies and TV, including Streets of San Francisco, Cagney and Lacey, Kojak, The Deer Hunter (1978), and Car Wash (1976). But aces in my books is its appearance in Alice in the Cities (1974):
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    That's a nice car!

    So there you are, blithely watching something--a movie, or TV show, or something, all unsuspecting, and someone drives up, and gets out, and--wait a minute. . . .you can't help saying to yourself: That's a nice car!: or:
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    Old King Arthur Movies

    Of which the above movies are on the IMDb list. The question is what would be the cutoff date for the Original Poster's definition of old movie. Most Arthur related movies seem to have been made post-2000.
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    Old King Arthur Movies

    Not as many as one would think, considering the prominence of the myth. Go to IMDb, type in King Arthur. In the dropdown menu click on See all results for "King Arthur" and then look for the key-words option. You can scroll to your hearts delight. Some titles include Prince Valiant (1954), and Knights of the Round Table (1953).
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    more interesting movie photos..........

    Without going to the trouble of watching the movie: that should be from the part of the movie when he (Howard) goes to the nut-case's (played by De Havilland) house. And the woman with her back to us has a hair style similar to hers. And she has a petite figure. So that could be her.
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    more interesting movie photos..........

    I think I have it. The image is from The Divine Woman (1928). Compare: So my guess is it is Lars Hanson.
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    more interesting movie photos..........

    so. . . .who's the guy? Antonio Moreno?
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    For the “Black Month Crowd”

    Hey! That's my vid!
  12. . . . your computer's search engine. TCM's search function is erratic, inconsistent and unreliable.
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    Bait-n-Switched

    I know this from personal experience. It is the pure distilled essence of evil.
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    For the “Black Month Crowd”

    I believe it's "Black History Month."
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    Bait-n-Switched

    I assure you, it is more evil.
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    Bait-n-Switched

    Although they may not have aired on the scheduled date, quite a few of the titles you list have been aired.
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    Jerry Lewis

    I guess that means his whole career was a waste.
  18. Oh lord, now another thing to worry about.
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    All Quiet on the Western Front (1930)

    True, as kangaroo rats are not really rats, so oval teals are not really oval. They are elliptical. Not to be confused with elliptical eels, which go very long about giving you a shock.
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    All Quiet on the Western Front (1930)

    You never heard of oval-teals?
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    All Quiet on the Western Front (1930)

    Anti-war movies by war: WW I: All Quiet on the Western Front (1930) The Big Parade (1925) WW II: Bridge on the River Kwai (1957) American Civil War: Gone With the Wind (1939) Korean War: Pork Chop Hill (1959) Vietnam War : Take your pick, mine is The Deer Hunter (1978)
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    All Quiet on the Western Front (1930)

    got it! Ovaltine!
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    Could someone remind me how to post photos?

    Perhaps that's because you were uploading a pic directly from your computer to the TCM site. You can do that, but only to a limited extent. I don't know if each pic you upload directly has a limit, or there is just a total limit for all your pics. I found this out but running into the same thing. Now, every time I want to upload a pic, I just use the methods above.
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    Could someone remind me how to post photos?

    Well, natch, if I'm gonna look for a sample pic. I won't choose Ned Sparks.

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