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  1. I heard Ted Turner is stepping down from the Time Warner board in May. Maybe TCM will just stop then, too.
  2. I chuckled when I watched his comments for Mildred Pierce recently and heard his pronunciation of the name of Ann Blyth's character Veda. He said "vay-duh" as in Rig Veda instead of "vee-duh' as it's pronounced in the movie. Doesn't inspire much confidence that he's even seen the movie. Not that there's anything wrong with that.... exactly.
  3. Dear TCM, When are you going to let us print out the schedules for the time zones we actually live in? Thanks
  4. So sorry about the multiple posting. I kept getting a javascript error message and checked the board after each apparent failure. Then they all appeared at once ;-(
  5. > Did you watch Saturday night's "Lovers and Other > Strangers"? That movie was originally shot in a > wide-screen format and yet it was shown in an altered > pan&scan format. I'm not so sure "Lovers" was originally shot in "widescreen." It's listed as 35mm in imdb.com's tech spec section, the DVD version is in "full screen," it was produced by the ABC television network, the opening credits seem clearly designed for 4:3 presentation and overall it has the distinct production values of a made-for-TV movie. It must have been a project originally intended for TV that
  6. > Did you watch Saturday night's "Lovers and Other > Strangers"? That movie was originally shot in a > wide-screen format and yet it was shown in an altered > pan&scan format. I'm not so sure "Lovers" was originally shot in "widescreen." It's listed as 35mm in imdb.com's tech spec section, the DVD version is in "full screen," it was produced by the ABC television network, the opening credits seem clearly designed for 4:3 presentation and overall it has the distinct production values of a made-for-TV movie. It must have been a project originally intended for TV that
  7. Did you watch Saturday night's "Lovers and Other Strangers"? That movie was originally shot in a wide-screen format and yet it was shown in an altered pan&scan format. I'm not so sure "Lovers" was originally shot in "widescreen." It's listed as 35mm in imdb.com's tech spec section, the DVD version is in "full screen," it was produced by the ABC television network, the opening credits seem clearly designed for 4:3 presentation and overall it has the distinct production values of a made-for-TV movie. It must have been a project originally intended for TV that got "upgraded" to th
  8. > Did you watch Saturday night's "Lovers and Other > Strangers"? That movie was originally shot in a > wide-screen format and yet it was shown in an altered > pan&scan format. I'm not so sure "Lovers" was originally shot in "widescreen." It's listed as 35mm in imdb.com's tech spec section, the DVD version is in "full screen," it was produced by the ABC television network, the opening credits seem clearly designed for 4:3 presentation and overall it has the distinct production values of a made-for-TV movie. It must have been a project originally intended for TV that
  9. > Did you watch Saturday night's "Lovers and Other > Strangers"? That movie was originally shot in a > wide-screen format and yet it was shown in an altered > pan&scan format. I'm not so sure "Lovers" was originally shot in "widescreen." It's listed as 35mm in imdb.com's tech spec section, the DVD version is in "full screen," it was produced by the ABC television network, the opening credits seem clearly designed for 4:3 presentation and overall it has the distinct production values of a made-for-TV movie. It must have been a project originally intended for TV that
  10. > Did you watch Saturday night's "Lovers and Other > Strangers"? That movie was originally shot in a > wide-screen format and yet it was shown in an altered > pan&scan format. I'm not so sure "Lovers" was originally shot in "widescreen." It's listed as 35mm in imdb.com's tech spec section, the DVD version is in "full screen," it was produced by the ABC television network, the opening credits seem clearly designed for 4:3 presentation and overall it has the distinct production values of a made-for-TV movie. It must have been a project originally intended for TV that
  11. > The fact that a movie makes many times its cost is > good, but what if the movie had cost $60m to make? > Would you consider it to be a big success then? Only two months out of the gate, Brokeback Mountain is a substantial financial success in terms of return on investment. That was my point, and it is irrefutable.
  12. According to movies.yahoo.com, Brokeback Mountain grossed $3,846,972 in 1,600 theaters over the Feb 17-20 weekend, bringing its 11-week cumulative total to $72,089,234 That's over 5 times the film's estimated budget (source: imdb.com) of $14 million. So much for the shaggy dog spin....
  13. According to imdb.com, it had grossed over $66 million as of February 12th. That's a lot of no one.
  14. I've noticed that the ability to set the time zone has been added to, removed from and added back to the User Control Panel. I also realize that you've requested our patience while you restore the ability to print out the monthly schedule for the time zone we actually live in, but could you please give us a realistic date as to when this is going to happen? I'd like to print out the schedule for March before March actually arrives and I'D VERY MUCH LIKE TO PRINT IT OUT FOR PACIFIC STANDARD TIME. Thank you, RB
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