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    Hot TV Guys

    Chandler Massey as Will Horton in "Days of Our Lives" -
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    I Just Watched...

    With Woody Allen, from year to year, you never know what kind of movie you are going to get. Look at "To Rome,With Love", it is almost totally disposable. And, yet, it is full of an quirky charm that is irresistible.
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    Classic Images - Gay Films -

    "Making Love" - 1982 -
  4. You are one lucky dude!
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    TCM and Other Sources for Classic Film

    "Tomorrow The World" has such a happy ending - a happy ending that doesn't fit.
  6. Yes, I remember watching "Pufnstuf" on Saturday mornings. How did you find the DVD set? "The Pied Piper" with Donovan, is a very interesting film. It was directed by the man who gave us "The Umbrellas of Cherbourg". I am so glad that you enjoyed "Flight of the Doves". I'd like to read the book.
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    No Words

    It must've been that delightful derriere.
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    No Words

    Below, John David Carson as the gorgeous young man who saves us from the giant ants in "Empire of the Ants" (1977) - unfortunately, not fast enough, the star, Joan Collins, gets eaten by a giant ant (?!) -
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    No Words

    You have an affinity for "dreamboats".
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    Night of films to commemorate Stonewall

    Late in life, Carlton Carpenter wrote a series of gay mysteries. And, yet, I am unable to track them down. Does anyone have any of them?
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    "Bohemian Rhapsody"(2018)

    Rami Malek seemed such an unlikely choice for Freddie Mercury - and yet he was so brilliant and won the Best Actor Oscar.
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    A Very English Scandal

    Might "A Very English Scandal" be available On Demand?
  13. I've never heard of "Melody". But, believe me, "Flight of the Doves" is a fine film.
  14. Jack Wild and Helen Raye in "The Flight of the Doves" -
  15. There are just so many so-called straight films that actually turn out to be gay. A recent example is "Dead Reckoning" with Humphrey Bogart and Lizabeth Scott. In the film, Bogart goes through hell and high water to prove that his war buddy was murdered and the reasons for it. At the end of the film, Lizabeth Scott, who is going to be brought to justice by Bogart, says to him, "Don't you love me?" He says to her simply, "Of course, but I loved him more.". Suddenly, the film is thrown into an entirely different light. Also, throughout the film, the overall narration by Bogart has some definite gay vibes, which do point the way to the unexpected conclusion.
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    Memorable Music!

    Bronski Beat and Marc Almond - "I Feel Love"/"Johnny Remember Me" - listen to second version first -
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    Memorable Music!

    It's a beautiful song.
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    Classic Images - Gay Films -

    What is Jack thinking - "Ennis, there's nobody but you."
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    Classic Images - Gay Films -

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    I Just Watched...

    Dennis Hopper was always interesting in films - and he became a movie director, too.
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    Classic Images - Gay Films -

    Ennis and Jack -
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    Classic Images - Gay Films -

    "Brokeback Mountain" -
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    Hot TV Guys

    They were "the hottest"!
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    Male Beauty In The Movies

    Throughout the years in the movies, there have been many, many examples of actors who became a major component in a film's success due to their youth, beauty and charm. And most of them have gone on to become genuine stars, too. It can be said of these actors that "The camera loved them." And they, in turn, responded without restraint to the camera. Whether they could act or not was never that important. Because what they brought to the camera - in terms of their over-all presence - was always an indelible ingredient of any film that they chose to inhabit. And, here is just one early example:
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    Male Beauty In The Movies

    He's a "dreamboat".

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