Arteesto

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  1. Arteesto

    TCM has a new owner

    I don't think so.... https://pagesix.com/2019/03/07/warner-bros-ceo-ensnared-in-alleged-sex-for-roles-scandal-report-reveals/
  2. Arteesto

    TCM has a new owner

    Agree. The word cloud press release distilled down pretty much says...a swan song for TCM I hope I'm wrong.
  3. I also reside in VA. Slavery being despicable...... The following article (author=Henry Louis Gates Jr) shows that not just white folk owned slaves: In life..nothing is strictly black or white: https://www.theroot.com/did-black-people-own-slaves-1790895436
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    Indiscreet

    They are wonderful together in "Notorious". Either TCM isn't showing this film very much Or..they are showing it and I keep missing it.
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    Joan Bennett for SOTM

    Is anyone aware of a book that contrasts and/or parallels the movie lives and private lives of Joan and Constance Bennett? While I do enjoy watching Constance Bennett, I think that Joan Bennett's acting style is more relaxed.
  6. Why relegate a race or ancestry to a specific time for celebration? I don't need Hollywood to remind me about Greeks or their Greekness.
  7. Don't need anybody else crowding the picture.....
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    Archaic Expressions in Films

    "Get wise to yourself."
  9. Arteesto

    Black Face in Mary Poppins

    These cheekbones for the ladies of the screen:
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    Black Face in Mary Poppins

    Self tanner isn't long for this world.
  11. Arteesto

    Noir Alley

    Maybe....every Saturday night would be good?
  12. Arteesto

    colorizing deserves another shot

    I thought the same thing while posting this picture. For B/W photography..I don't know why that would be an option As a side note...Last night I watched a documentary on the making of Grease Because most of the actors were not high schoolers...they photographed them with the purpose that they all looked exquisite...it worked. I found these 1930s examples in B/W...none have the darkness under the eyes: Also...
  13. Arteesto

    colorizing deserves another shot

    Interesting...different makeup techniques for color or black/white. .

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