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StolenJones

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  1. For the past many months, early every Saturday, TCM has been broadcasting a movie from a series of movies. There was the weekly Johnny Weismuller Tarzan movie, then his Jungle Jim movies. And Johnny Sheffield's Bomba movies. Recently, TCM ended its weekly run of The Saint movies.

     

    What other movie series should TCM show on Saturday mornings? I suggest the some 28 Penny Singleton-Arthur Lake Blondie movies. I have a handful of them on DVD, but I would love to see them all again, week-by-week.

  2. Around Thanksgiving I found another site devoted to just this movie (I can't locate the site now). She was selling a DVD for $20 of a VHS transfer of a television broadcast. That, too, was not the best quality transfer, but it was good enough. I watched just the first ten minutes to make sure it was the movie I was indeed thinking of. It was. Then I brought it with me to the family Christmas gathering and we all watched it. They all loved it. It's a fun, charming, and enjoyable film.

  3. I remember seeing, back in 1978 on Los Angeles TV, this old black-n-white film, from circa mid-1940s. The plot was something like this: Every winter this rich family would leave their palatial New York City home and move to Florida for a few months. And every year this "bum"--who knew the family moved south each winter--would sneak into their home and live there until spring, when the family returned, never knowing he had been there.

     

    Well, this winter, circumstances become such that the "bum" allows a young woman to temporarily stay with him in this huge mansion, but only for a while. Then one-by-one, more people move in, and chaos ensues. It was a romantic-comedy, I think.

     

    I don't remember all the details. I definitely don't recall the film's title. But I DO know that I enjoyed watching it very much. Anyone recall this film?

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