Bogie56

HITS & MISSES: Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow on TCM

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7 hours ago, Bogie56 said:

Saturday, February 23/24

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1:15 a.m.  The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948).  Great John Huston film.

 

Ann Sheridan spoke in an interview a few years before her death of how she played a prostitute in a cameo in this film. Her scene was cut, replaced by another actress. I was a little surprised, though, that Sheridan didn't realize this was done. I can only conclude that the lady presumably never saw the John Huston classic.

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41 minutes ago, TomJH said:

Ann Sheridan spoke in an interview a few years before her death of how she played a prostitute in a cameo in this film. Her scene was cut, replaced by another actress. 

Maybe Ann's price was too high.

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1 hour ago, scsu1975 said:

I still say that guy in the middle looks  like Tom.

And I used to get mistaken for the guy on the right until I went to the surgeon.

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23 minutes ago, Bogie56 said:

And I used to get mistaken for the guy on the right until I went to the surgeon.

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Yes, your looks have dramatically improved.

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Sunday, February 24

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2:15 p.m.  The Music Man (1962).  I can’t deny that it has some catchy tunes.

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Monday, February 25

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8 p.m.  The Public Enemy (1931).   You dirty rat!

 
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Tuesday, February 26

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10 a.m.  Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo (1944).  Not as entertaining as Sloppy Seconds Over Tokyo.

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Wednesday, February 27

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4 p.m.  White Heat (1948).  With James Cagney.  Just don’t get him started about his mother.

 
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Thursday, February 28 

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8 p.m.  The Great White Hope (1970).  Good performances from James Earl Jones and Jane Alexander.

 
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tonight at 8:00,

Fact: I have no soul and do not cast a reflection in mirrors, but even I am moved emotionally by THE HUMAN COMEDY (1943)

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It's not a perfect film, and it's not a film for everyone, but- damn it- it moves me deeply every time I see it and it is one of my very FAVORITE FILMS from one of my FAVORITE FAVORITE FAVORITE years for film ever ever EVER.

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Friday, March 1

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6:45 a.m.  Only Angels Have Wings (1939).  Great ensemble in this Howard Hawks film.

 

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On 2/27/2019 at 12:49 AM, Bogie56 said:

Thursday, February 28 

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8 p.m.  The Great White Hope (1970).  Good performances from James Earl Jones and Jane Alexander.

 

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James Earl Jones, in preparation for his role based on Jack Johnson, sparring with Muhammad Ali. Ali always maintained that Johnson was the second greatest heavyweight champion, after himself, of course.

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Saturday morning, 12:15 a.m.

Forever Amber (1947)

Is this a premiere? If not, it's a rare showing. Story is ok, Linda Darnell looks great, Cornel Wilde is dull, Richard Greene steals his scenes, George Sanders has some cute dogs. Great score by David Raksin.

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40 minutes ago, scsu1975 said:

Saturday morning, 12:15 a.m.

Forever Amber (1947)

Is this a premiere? If not, it's a rare showing. Story is ok, Linda Darnell looks great, Cornel Wilde is dull, Richard Greene steals his scenes, George Sanders has some cute dogs. Great score by David Raksin.

It's one of those films that you might get through on a first time viewing (overlong as it is) but you will probably never want to go there again.

Linda does look great, though, as you said, even in blonde hair but, dramatically, it's far from her best work.

Cornel Wilde is dull? Here's a test: name a film in which he wasn't (outside of The Naked Prey).

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1 hour ago, scsu1975 said:

Saturday morning, 12:15 a.m.

Forever Amber (1947)

Is this a premiere? If not, it's a rare showing. Story is ok, Linda Darnell looks great, Cornel Wilde is dull, Richard Greene steals his scenes, George Sanders has some cute dogs. Great score by David Raksin.

I think it is. Arturo would know.

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4 hours ago, TomJH said:

 

James Earl Ray, in preparation for his role based on Jack Johnson, sparring with Muhammad Ali. Ali always maintained that Johnson was the second greatest heavyweight champion, after himself, of course.

Was this before he shot MLK?

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22 minutes ago, LawrenceA said:

Was this before he shot MLK?

Yes, just afterward. They let Ray out of prison just to make this film. But no wonder Ali really wanted to punch him out.

Okay, thanks for the correction, Lawrence. I'll correct the name.

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18 minutes ago, TomJH said:

Yes, just afterward. They let Ray out of prison just to make this film. But no wonder Ali really wanted to punch him out.

Okay, thanks for the correction, Lawrence. I'll correct the name.

LOL!

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6 hours ago, TomJH said:

 

Cornel Wilde is dull? Here's a test: name a film in which he wasn't (outside of The Naked Prey).

I didn't think he was dull in The Greatest Show On Earth ... although most of the film was.

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7 hours ago, scsu1975 said:

Saturday morning, 12:15 a.m.

Forever Amber (1947)

Is this a premiere? If not, it's a rare showing. Story is ok, Linda Darnell looks great, Cornel Wilde is dull, Richard Greene steals his scenes, George Sanders has some cute dogs. Great score by David Raksin.

yes, a TCM Premiere........... :)

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Forever Amber (1947)

Synopsis:  " Amber St. Clair goes from foundling child to the wife of an earl to the mistress of the king himself, but the one thing she couldn't have was the man she really loved, the father of her child, ....."

  see: http://www.tcm.com/tcmdb/title/75410/Forever-Amber/articles.html

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56 minutes ago, scsu1975 said:

I didn't think he was dull in The Greatest Show On Earth ... although most of the film was.

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"Help me walk, big Boss Man. And tell that clown to stop squeezing my ***."

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Saturday, March 2

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2:45 a.m.  The Last Picture Show (1971).  This proved to be the best film of the careers for many of the people involved.

 
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