sagebrush

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  • Birthday November 24

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    :The gateway to the northern mines, CA
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    Silent and studio era film, musical theatre,clever TV commercials,outdoor recreational sports.

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  1. sagebrush

    Clips of your favorite scenes

    Frank Sinatra was born on this day, Dec 12th, in 1915. My very favorite song he ever sang was "I Fall In Love Too Easily" from ANCHORS AWEIGH.
  2. I think Ms Moorehead was pretty, too. I would kill to have that brow line! I think what all these actresses whose beauty is in question had in common was character, individuality and confidence. They had no choice really as to how they were to be made up in their films, though. It would take a beautiful european, Ingrid Bergman, to start that change to resist conventional film makeup and body type.
  3. sagebrush

    The Romance of Trains

    The train scene toward the ending in SHADOW OF A DOUBT is a good one. Also, last week's Noir Alley feature, CRACK UP, had that good crash build up (which we saw twice in the film).
  4. sagebrush

    2019 TCM Big Screen Classics

    I'm very lucky regarding this situation. I don't live in a big city or even right outside of a big city, yet there are three theatres within ten miles of my apartment that routinely show the Big Screen Classics.
  5. Thanks so much! It's funny how a 3 sec clip can be deceiving. It looks to me like a very serious film. I'll be looking for it, just the same.
  6. Anyone know the name of the film which is included in the TCM IMPORTS promo where the three priests are standing on a train track and the priest in the center holds his hand up to stop the train?
  7. sagebrush

    John Ford's favorite butt

    I found the "Ask Mongo" thread!
  8. sagebrush

    John Ford's favorite butt

    That sounds like a wonderful thread. I'm going to look for it and read through the pages if it still exists. Well wishes to Joe, too.
  9. sagebrush

    2019 TCM Big Screen Classics

    I was hoping it would have more films from 1939, as kind of an 80 year anniversary of "the greatest year in the history of Hollywood."
  10. sagebrush

    Famous Actors born 12/3

    Can we jump to Dec 4th? My gal Deanna Durbin was born Dec 4th, 1921!
  11. sagebrush

    Bye Bye Birdie Live

    Apparently it has been delayed until 2019 because of Jennifer Lopez' busy schedule.
  12. sagebrush

    ken berry dead at 85

    For me, Ken Barry will always be remembered as a singer/dancer. As a kid, I was so excited every time he would be a guest star on "The Carol Burnett Show". Their dances together were wonderful! Too bad most of them are blocked on YouTube now. Here is a great Barry performance I did find, however: RIP, Mr. Barry. Thanks for all the great song and dance numbers!
  13. sagebrush

    What movies did you rate a 9 or 10 this month?

    My favorite scene in THE LADYKILLERS is when the con men are all trying to pile into that little phone booth. Hilarious!😄 THIS HAPPY BREED is one of my favorite films of any era. I like how you described it as being "utterly absorbing." I love the creative use of the camera panning through the family's garden to signify the passing of time (David Lean, of course, does this in a few of his films but here it just stands out more.)
  14. sagebrush

    Star centennial birthdays

    Happy centennial birthday to Efrem Zimbalist, Jr, born on November 30th, 1918!
  15. You have an amazing public speaking voice and style! Great video, too. The early film industry history is truly fascinating.

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