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  1. AlbertInTucson

    Inaccurate Introduction

    I missed the Ben Mankiewcz intro the other evening when this aired but when I viewed the intro for OUR VINES HAVE TENDER GRAPES on the App, it still had the Michael Feinstein version which is terribly flawed. Feinstein describes Martinius Jacobson (Edward G. Robinson) as "widowed". That should come as a surprise to Anges Moorehead who played his loving wife and mother to their daughter, Margaret O'Brien. This particular intro is MONTHS old and should have been replaced & corrected by now. Looks like Mr. Feinstein or the segment producers had never actually seen this film. Sloppy work, TCM.

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