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    The Mystery Of Mr. X (1934)

    Oh yes, I've seen it once and I enjoyed it.
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    Help identify this film

    There is one alley in this movie which is considered important. I think it's called "Salem Alley" or something like that.
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    Help identify this film

    It's a movie from the forties called "The Unseen", starring Joel McCrea and Gail Russell.
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    Name Movie Scenes Where The MUSIC Really Moves You

    Sabrina (1954): any scene where there is background music.
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    Recommend some seventies movies please

    Thanks for the suggestions, everyone! I think this is a good start.
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    Spring Fever (1927) Madame X (1937) Thunder in the City (1937) Undercurrent (1946) The House on Telegraph Hill (1951)
  7. Please recommend some movies from the seventies for me. I like comedy, drama, and mystery. I don't like westerns and horror.
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    Film Noir Recommendations?

    Laura Where the Sidewalk Ends The Strange Love of Martha Ivers Undercurrent In a Lonely Place On Dangerous Ground The House on Telegraph Hill The Woman in the Window The Window Pushover The Man Who Cheated Himself The Asphalt Jungle Elevator to the Gallows Night of the Hunter No Way Out House of Strangers Lured
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    Annette Funicello

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    ever met a person who looked like a classic film star ?

    Years ago, I used to know a man who looked exactly the way Leslie Nielsen looked in the Naked Gun series. This man used to joke around about it. I don't know what happened to him. I don't know anyone who looks (or looked) like a film star from the Golden Age of movies.
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    Jay Leno, Jimmy Fallon, Richard Troxell

    Thanks for the information!
  12. I must be very old-fashioned. I have no idea what's meant by "streaming". I like my VHS, DVD, and TV set.
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    TCM's pet movies I'd like to see scheduled for the late nite hours.

    "Gone with the Wind" could be aired late night only. It's on DVD, after all. Why don't they air the hard-to-find movies during the day and evening?
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    British/American "Equivalents"

    For some reason, I keep thinking of Angela Lansbury as Jessica Fletcher, and the various actresses who have played Miss Marple. Maybe it's not the best example.
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    Scheduling for insomniacs

    It would be nice if they could show everything during prime time. "Mr. Hobbs Takes a Vacation" is one of those that should be shown during prime time, or in the middle of the day on weekends. I saw part of it and it's a good movie for families. I would like to see the rest of it someday.

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