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  1. I’ve been looking for this 2 reel short subject called CLIMBING THE MATTEEHORN from 1947. It won an Oscar and was produced during the filming of HIGH CONQUEST. The UCLA Film & Television Archive doesn’t have a listing, and the Library Of Congress doesn’t have a listing. Does anyone know if this has ever played on TCM or any recommendations on how to track down a copy of this film? I don’t think any international markets have issued it but perhaps it’s a bonus feature on a Warner Brothers DVD or something? Criterion maybe?
  2. dadoonan

    30 Days

    So far, this year's 30 Days of Oscar programming has been very disappointing. There have not been two movies in a row that I've wanted to watch.
  3. JamesStewartFan95

    The Bad Seed-One Scary Little Girl

    Watching The Bad Seed and noticing just how good Patty McCormack is at playing an evil little girl. Mervyn LeRoy should have won an Oscar for directing that performance. Nancy Kelly and Eileen Heckart are also good.
  4. Hello, all! I'm collecting mp3 of songs that were nominated for an Academy Award. And of course, the hardest one to find is "Pennies for Peppino" from FLYING WITH MUSIC (1942). Now of course, I am fully aware there's very, very little chance of finding the song anywhere. But I want to know if there's anyone who have seen the movie at least once and know the lyrics to the song or if there's anything more than that they can help me out with. Yes, it's a really crazy request and I'm sure my replies will be "Nope, sorry, no dice." But you can't say I didn't try.
  5. Hey all! Earlier this year, Harry Belafonte was slated to receive the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award, an honorary Oscar, at the Governor's Awards ceremony. The event took place on Nov. 8th, and I wanted to share the video links to his acceptance speech. Listen to the whole thing, if you can; it's worth it. I'm constantly floored by the carriage and presence of this man (not to mention I found him DEVASTATINGLY handsome). He serves as a prime example of one who believes in using their platform to positively impact others. I'm glad to see that he received it, although I do believe that he, like many, should have won an Oscar competitively long before now. Enjoy, my fellow classic movie lovers!
  6. Initially one of the items on my bucket list (I actually have one) was to watch every picture that has won the "Best Picture (Production)" award from the Academy. I have now watched 82 of 86 of them. Now that I have come close to achieving my goal, I have started watching every movie ever nominated for the "Best Picture" award. I have created a spread sheet and am actively working to watch all 512 movies. I am wondering if anyone out there as done this. I have been working on it since approximately January, 2014, and have around 140 more movies to watch. I would love to be able to discuss this "quest" with anyone who is also doing this or has achieved this. Please respond and I will definitely get back to you! Thanks!

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