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  1. programming changed

    TCM has changed. I’m very disappointed. Every time I sit down to watch - what used to be "classic movies" - I find new programming. A new classic, I guess. I’ve lost my favorite place and I scroll the TV guide looking for another station playing 1940s, 30s, 20s American films like TCM use to play. Very sad days. Previously, I would have been proud to wear a TCM T-shirt, but TCM is not my TCM anymore. I must have missed the memo that this was going down. Sorry to say good-bye
  2. Hey TCM - where ar the Christmas movies this year? Showing "Christmas in Connecticut" over and over doesn't count. The only thing Christmasy about CinC is the title and one brief scene with a Christmas tree. Otherwise it's simply a charming mistaken identity romantic comedy. Similarly, while Going My Way has a religious theme, it has nothing to do specifically with Christmas. OK, so Holiday Affair was good, but where is The Bishop's Wife? Since You Went Away? Holiday Inn? White Christmas? Buncha Grinches.
  3. Now that 31 Days of Oscar is over, I am wondering about the memorial tribute videos or programming plans. I know that because Robert Osbourne has been ill and there has been scheduling conflicts that everything is being done in a different way this year, but I am wondering: Is there a memorial tribute video for George Kennedy or anyone else up yet? I don't see any reference to the topic on the main TCM page. I don't go to youtube unless I have an actual link as I can get distracted by cat videos. Any word? I know TopBilled, Barton, and Jakeem seem to know about these topics before others do.
  4. Hi everyone, I have a couple of questions that hopefully some of you classic film experts can help me with. I have been a huge fan of classic films for years. I've also been a writer and am going to self-publish my work next year. To that end, I launched my author website which includes a blog where, among other topics, I write about classic films. Up until now, I've been using images from classic films from the usual places that have public domaine/Creative Commons images (Google images with filtering, Flickr with filtering, Wikimedia Commons). However, sometimes it's a challenge to find images that are in the public domain and that I can use. Since they're not like other images which are more general and easier to find (for example, if you're writing about computers, you can use a ton of images that are more general). These are creative works, so the copyright is very strict and I'm being extremely careful. So are there other places besides the ones I mention above where you can find PD images from classic films and classic actors, directors, etc., that I can use that I just don't know about? Also, I have an author newsletter that I want to send each month. Part of what I want to include, to try and encourage people to see more classic films, is a few recommendations of films that I've seen/liked that are showing on TCM each month. So, for example, if I send a newsletter for September, I want to check out the TCM schedule for that month, see what films I have seen and liked, and recommend them. Am I allowed to do that without any legal ramifications? I would just be mentioning the film and probably linking to the TCMdB page for the film so people could check out more about it. I tried to ask this question on the TCM page on FB but never received an answer so I'm asking here, if anyone might know. Thank you for your help! Tam www.tammayauthor.com
  5. Here's a space for us to post our dream SUTS schedules. Which lineup of actors would constitute a perfect month for you, that would keep you smiling once it ended? Would you like to see a month full of character actors, or underrated performers? You don't have to post the entire month if you don't want to sharing a few choices is perfectly fine. Feel free to also share why you've picked who you've picked. I can't wait to see what you all come up with!
  6. If you're like me, you spend a certain part of your TCM time thinking about who's going to receive a day during the SUTS schedule. Here's a place for you to post your dream schedule for August. What would constitute an awesome month for you? Which people people would you LOVE to see? I can't wait to hear what you all come up with!

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