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Post a romantic movie photo for Valentine's Day!

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And not to get all mushy-gushy here now, but as the years roll past and the older I grow, the following dialogue Myrna Loy speaks in this scene from The Best Years of Our Lives, seems to become more and more romantic to me...

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"'We never had any trouble.' How many times have I told you I hated you and believed it in my heart? How many times have you said you were sick and tired of me; that we were all washed up? How many times have we had to fall in love all over again?"

(...okay, so I got a little mushy here...what of it!)

;)

 

 

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...some of these photos are not from classic movies-s-s-s-z-z-z..... :(. Nope. They're not.

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8 minutes ago, Sgt_Markoff said:

...some of these photos are not from classic movies-s-s-s-z-z-z..... :(. Nope. They're not.

You should try going 24 hours without complaining about something. It might not make you feel any better, but it would give the rest of us a break.

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Okay you two...get a room!

LOL

Sorry guys, couldn't resist. ;)

(...and ESPECIALLY 'cause the Sarge here said this very thing to SansFin and me yesterday!)

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The OP of this thread never said it had to be from Golden Era Hollywood films and many newer films have also appeared on TCM before. 

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14 hours ago, Sgt_Markoff said:

...some of these photos are not from classic movies-s-s-s-z-z-z..... :(. Nope. They're not.

Since you own the  copyright to what is 'noir' I assume you also are the only one allowed to define 'classic'.

So please enlighten me;  what is the definition of a 'classic' film?     The dunderheads need to be informed.  

 

 

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The title of this thread is: "Post a romantic movie photo for Valentine's Day!"

I do not see the word classic anywhere.

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38 minutes ago, Michael Rennie said:

The title of this thread is: "Post a romantic movie photo for Valentine's Day!"

I do not see the word classic anywhere.

Didn't you know that romance died with the end of the studio-era.   (wink).

 

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It's a 'Turner Classic Movies' website. Upper left-hand corner of the page. The word 'classic' is even bolded in the company logo. [They paid a lot of money to have that bolded font.]

In the middle top of the page too, notice the phrase: 'TCM Message Boards Classic Movies Forum'.

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49 minutes ago, Michael Rennie said:

The title of this thread is: "Post a romantic movie photo for Valentine's Day!"

I do not see the word classic anywhere.

"Cozy up to the C."

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4 minutes ago, Sgt_Markoff said:

It's a 'Turner Classic Movies' website. Upper left-hand corner of the page. The word 'classic' is even bolded in the company logo. [They paid a lot of money to have that bolded font.]

In the middle top of the page too, notice the phrase: 'TCM Message Boards Classic Movies Forum'.

They've also shown Le Havre, Chicago, Funny Games and other newer films on their channel. Newer films must then be Classic by that logic.

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Following Moviecollector's lead: here is the romantic couple of Lombard and Laughton.   They Knew What They Wanted is one of the only Lombard films I haven't seen.   

 

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(The right people will know it.  B) )

Then again, for "classics", there's always:

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2 hours ago, NipkowDisc said:

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he doan want his dam watch.

:D

Very true. Joe was into bucks.

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