patful

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    RICH'S B (AND WORSE) HORROR MOVIE THREAD

    I like a good bongo movie. Evidently, this isn't one of them.
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    RICH'S B (AND WORSE) HORROR MOVIE THREAD

    Thanks, Rich. They spared no expense on that car wreck. I love the perfectly-sized hole in the door.
  3. Dang! Now I have to watch War of the Colossal Beast. And I want that waving woman painting. Thanks, Rich.
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    Suggest a Movie Spam attacks

    Not sure how spammers are getting in. The page won't even allow me to log in to make a suggestion.
  5. Well, somebody else will have to suggest this movie. I can't for the life of me figure out how to use Suggest A Movie anymore. They won't even accept my password.
  6. Thanks, Rich. This one actually sounds watchable. Excuse me while I run to the Suggest a Movie page.
  7. Dang it! I missed this last month. Maureen Arthur's coming after you for picking possibly the worst screen capture of her career. Looks like a drag queen! Thanks, Rich. Looking forward to Teddy Bear.
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    RICH'S B (AND WORSE) HORROR MOVIE THREAD

    Good stuff. This is one of my favorite features of this place. Thanks, Rich.
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    *CANDIDS* 2

    That could be the oddest photo you've ever posted, Mongo.
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    *CANDIDS* 2

    Yep, they filmed the concert in 1975 and released it as Welcome to My Nightmare. Our local horror guy would show it at least twice a year late Friday nights. Preacher's kid Cooper was drinking buddies with Jim Morrison and Glen Campbell.
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    *CANDIDS* 2

    Ha! You might find it interesting that Price did the intro to the song The Black Widow on the album...wait for it...Welcome to My Nightmare. I was a big fan.
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    *CANDIDS* 2

    Wowsers! Carroll might have been Cher's inspiration.
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    RICH'S B (AND WORSE) HORROR MOVIE THREAD

    Hmm...Troy Donahue...it must be good.
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    Any anti war movies made during WW2 years?

    Didn't know that. Thanks, ma'am. My dad worked a second job as bartender at Dyess in the early 60's, and would serve Stewart drinks when he'd fly in.
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    Any anti war movies made during WW2 years?

    Uh, you do realize that he had joined the Army (after several failed attempts) before the war ever started, flew 20+ sorties during the war, and continued flying through Vietnam?
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    TCM Family Recipes

    Eggs, oil, and a little sugar. Not too sweet unless you top it with overly-sweetened goodies. Google "Anne Burrell" and "olive oil cake". It's at Food Network. I leave out the mascarpone in the topping. It has overtaken my beloved carrot cake as my favorite. I don't even need any topping on it.
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    TCM Family Recipes

    I thought I was the resident teetotaler. Never drank a drop in my life, but do use wine and liquor in cooking. And I cook it to DEATH to make sure every last drop of alcohol is gone and nothing's left but the sugars. I feel terrible every time I have to purchase more. Just used the last of my sherry in an olive oil cake this morning.
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    SUE SUE II...

    Augh! I'm eating lunch and looking at Harold Lloyd's fake fingers! Looks like a mummy's. Thanks for your festival updates and photos.
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    Festival adventure dribbles...

    Thanks for all the updates and photos from the festival. Nice to see everyone's faces. And your dresses are gorgeous.
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    Festival adventure dribbles...

    Hopefully not Smokey and the Bandit or Porky's.
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    *CANDIDS* 2

    Sandy Dennis has always been a favorite of mine, but all those cats are unnerving. Thanks for all the photos, Mongo.
  22. Love me some Thin Lizzy, but Whiskey in the Jar is a 17th century tune, I believe.
  23. Vautrin, the B-side of Seasons in the Sun is hilarious. It's called Put the Bone In. Give it a listen sometime, hard to believe it's the same guy.
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    Need help with a movie title for my mom

    Dancing at Lughnasa (1998) is more than likely your movie, though not B&W. Not sure if TCM has shown it.

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