arpirose

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  1. arpirose

    Favorite film soundtracks or film songs

    The Beatles "A Hard Days Night" is my favorite. It has great Beatles songs and a wonderful jazzy soundtrack. By THE WAY, IT IS ON THIS AFTERNOON ON TCM. I AM TAPING IT. If you can see it, it is an absolute treat.
  2. Hi; Donlevy was so comfortable being a good guy or someone inbetween. He was fantastic in The Miracle at Morgan Creek as McGinty again. I thought he was in jail but he appears again as McGinty, the governor. In "Morgans Creek" there is fantastic manic interaction between him and Akim Tamaroff. Tamaroff is another neglected actor. Well, they worked at Paramount during their early years therefore people do not view their films at much. It is a shame that young people do not have the opportunity to view Paramount films such as the films of Carole Lombard, the early Marx Brothers, Mae West and the diva Dietrich. Thank goodness that TCM is devoting May to Dietrich and her great Paramount film as "Blonde Venus". "Blonde Venus" is a must see with her "Hot Voodoo Number".
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    I Just Watched...

    hi The best MADELEINE CAROLL AND GARY COOPER FILM IS "THE GENERAL DIED AT DAWN, WHICH IS FROM A JOHN O'HARA STORY. I SAW IT ALL THE TIME FROM THE LOS ANGELES INDIE STATION KTLA, WHICH WAS THEN OWNED BY GENE AUTRY. AUTRY OWNED THE RIGHTS TO BOTH PARAMOUNT AND UNIVERSAL CLASSIC FILMS. HE WASN'T AFRAID TO SHOW THEM. IF ANYBODY REMEMBERS TOM HATTEN, HE DID THE '"FAMILY FILM FESTIVAL" EVERY SUNDAY NIGHT.THAT WAS LONG AGO. NOBODY REMEMBERS THE FILM NOW.
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    Thoughts about Claudette Colbert's movies

    I forgot to mention.The film in question, which was produced by Paramount is "No Time for Love", where she plays a photojournalist. who is loosely modeled after Margaret Burke White (the famous New Deal journalist). She befriends a sandhog played by MacMurray. All sorts of things happen in the Paramount way. Try to catch it. There are many free film services that are legal to watch.
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    Recently watched Noir

    Hello; The PROWLER IS DIRECTED BY THE GREAT JOSEPH LOSEY, WHO WAS ONE OF THE GREAT DIRECTORS . IT IS A GREAT FILM WITH A GREAT PERFORMANCE FROM VAN HEFLIN WHO ESSENTIALLY PLAYS AN AMBITIOUS PEEPING TOM.
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    Thoughts about Claudette Colbert's movies

    CLAUDETTE HAD MANY GREAT FILMS AT PARAMOUNT INCLUDING A SERIES OF FILMS WITH FRED MAC MURRAY, WHICH ARE VERY FUNNY. I AM SO SURPRISED THAT THE TCM VIEWERS DO NTO MUCH ABOUT CLASSIC PARAMOUNT FILMS, WHICH INCLUDES THEIR STARS AND CHARACTER ACTORS.
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    What has happen to AMC?

    THE FXM IS SHOWING MORE RETRO FILMS. THEY HAVE SHOWN HOW GREEN WAS MY VALLEY, DOWN ARGENTINE WAY, LEAVE HER TO HEAVEN AND THIEVES HIGHWAY TO NAME A FEW. WHEN I GET FRUSTRATED WITH TCM, I SWITCH TO FXM.
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    I Just Watched...

    BY THE WAY TO THE POSTER "DUCK SOUP" IS A PARAMOUNT MARX BROTHERS FILM. IT IS THEIR BEST FILM. THEY WERE AT THEIR BEST AT PARAMOUNT. THEIR MGM FILMS ARE SUB PAR TO PARAMOUNT DUE TO THE FACT OF THE CORNY ROMANTIC SUB PLOTS. BY THE WAY, TELL EDDIE MUELER THAT THERE WERE FOUR MARX BROTHERS NOT THREE AS THEY STATE IN THEIR WINE COMMERCIALS. I AM SO SURPRISED THAT THE TCM VIEWERS DO NOT MUCH ABOUT CLASSIC PARAMOUNT STARS OR FILMS.
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    I Just Watched...

    I JIUST WATCHED MIRACLE AT MORGAN CREEK(1944) ON LINE. A WONDERFUL UNDERRATED PRESTON STURGIS FILM THAT TCM HAS NEVER SHOWN. WHAT A SHAME.
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    Your Three Favorite Actresses of All Time

    YOU GUYS FORGOT THE WONDERFUL PARAMOUNT ACTRESS SUCH AS PAULETTE GODDARD MADELEINE CARrOLL DOROTHY LAMOUR CAROLE LOMBARD CLAUDETTE COLBERT VERONICA LAKE AND THELMA TODD \ Nowadays, people do not see too may Paramount films as I did at earlier decades. You are missing so much

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