• Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Everything posted by shutoo

  1. The Halloween Horror Quiz!! And this year, the clues are....ALIVE! Below are clips from 25 horror films...and to make it easier (for me, not you) I picked my favorite horror films, made a little giphy of a scene...and you get to watch each...and name the movie. I didn't use any obscure films, but tried to make the clues range from easy to kind of hard. See how many you recognize... (when you answer, please don't use quote-- repeating all the pics will make it sooooo long) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.
  2. Ah, I had a feeling you'd show up for horror films, hehe All right..except much as I like Wiliam Castle, this isn't one of his.. Only 14 and 22 left...
  3. Impressive! It was hard to find a snippet that wasn't too obvious (same with Psycho ..all so familiar)
  4. And interesting that the woman being fried by the hair dryer (Coral Brown) would be Mrs Price soon after this 🤔 So far, every guess has been correct! Just 9 left..
  5. shutoo

    It's A Wonderful Town favorite film opening
  6. shutoo

    *A to Z of Movies*

    Our Betters
  7. shutoo

    First Movie SONG That Comes to Mind

    No Strings - Fred Astaire in Top Hat (nice hotel rooms, eh?) next--another with 'No' in the title
  8. shutoo


    The Bangles video of their version of A Hazy Shade of Winter is full of images from Less Than Zero The Beach Boy's music video of Kokomo includes clips of Cocktail Glenn Frey's video of The Heat is On has scenes from Beverly Hills Cop The Kenny Loggins Footloose video is entirely clips of...Footloose
  9. shutoo


    Four Wives (1939) and Four Mothers (1941) were sequels to 1938's Four Daughters 1934's The Thin Man was followed by After the Thin Man, Another Thin Man, Shadow of the Thin Man, The Thin Man Goes Home, Song of the Thin Man ... interestingly, the title character was only seen in the original
  10. shutoo


    Rear Window Butterflies Are Free Breakfast at Tiffany's Manhattan Murder Mystery Barton Fink Little Women Bachelor in Paradise In a Lonely Place My Sister Eileen The Seven Year Itch tv: I Love Lucy (The Mertzes) The Bob Newhart Show (Howard Borden) The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show (The Mortons) The Honeymooners (The Nortons) Laverne and Shirley (Lenny and Squiggy) Everybody Loves Raymond (Marie and Frank..and Robert usually) Seinfeld (Kramer) The Mary Tyler Moore Show (Rhoda and Phyllis--first four - best - seasons)
  11. shutoo

    Your Favorite Potent Potable with a Movie

    You just gave me a flashback--my first college roommate was from the south, she was all sweetness and proper...and she kept a bottle of Southern Comfort in her boot in the closet 😄
  12. Tell them to go jump...I traded in my $$$directv for Hulu live, half the cost, and I get both streams of TCM and everything in the Watch TCM app (and fx movies) to stream.
  13. shutoo

    People Pictures

    Havana Widows (Joan & Glenda...couldn't resist a pic..)
  14. shutoo

    *A to Z of Movies*

    Three on a Match
  15. shutoo

    First Movie SONG That Comes to Mind

    Let's Do It, Let's Fall in Love--Alanis Morissette from De-Lovely next--oh I like Cole Porter...let's do another
  16. shutoo

    A to Z of Characters

    Wendice, Margot--Grace Kelly in Dial M for Murder
  17. shutoo

    The First Film That Comes to Mind...

    Tommy next--music lessons
  18. shutoo

    *A to Z of Movies*

    Fixer Dugan
  19. shutoo

    A to Z of Characters

    Kockenlocker, Trudy--Betty Hutton in The Miracle of Morgan's Creek
  20. shutoo

    The First Film That Comes to Mind...

    Moonstruck next--impulse purchase
  21. shutoo


    Christine Diary of a Madman House The Skull The Legend of Hell House
  22. shutoo

    I Just Watched...

    The Brothers Warner (2007): The title of this PBS documentary tips you off that the emphasis is on the family, not the films... it is Cass Warner's recollections and research on her grandfather Harry, and their famous family. Cass Warner, the writer, director and narrator, shares family stories, photos, and gossip starting with the family's emigration from Russia, and how great-grandfather Benjamin hocked his gold watch and sold the horse to help finance the purchase of a movie theater for three of his sons. We learn about the growth of the company, expanding from a film exchange company to a true movie studio, but the interesting stuff is the personal pictures, the stories about the wives and relationships, and the vastly different personalities of each of the (eventual) four brothers. I already knew a lot of the 'business' background, but I never really knew about Lewis. Lewis was Harry's only son, reportedly a very charming fellow, who his father was grooming to inherit the film empire...but he died unexpectedly when he was just 23 (from an infection that began in an impacted tooth). Then there's the story of Sam, who was the force behind acquiring Vitagraph and pushed for talking pictures, who died just one day before the film that would prove him right, The Jazz Singer, opened. Sam's wife Lina, who was disliked by the family - in part because she pressured Sam to take Vitagraph to Paramount - is just one of the women that created cracks in the Warner family solidarity. Lots of family drama going on here, but of course the final break was Jack's double- crossing Harry regarding the sale of the studio in the 50's. Cass Warner manages to tell her family story without much sugar-coating and uses the comments of film historians and celebrities to round out the picture. I like these newsy/nosy 'inside looks', and missed it when it was initially on PBS...glad I found a link to watch.
  23. shutoo

    First Movie SONG That Comes to Mind

    Get Me to the Church on Time--My Fair Lady next--a group number in a small town
  24. shutoo

    All about FOOD

    Cannibal Women in the Avocado Jungle of Death
  25. shutoo

    Three in One

    Scrooge next: Walter Pidgeon, Eddie Kane, William Powell

New Members:

Register Here

Learn more about the new message boards:


Having problems?

Contact Us