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LilyVautier

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  1. Hey TCM Folks, Thanks for all these great ideas! I'll have to check out "Snows of Killimanjaro" (can't believe I haven't seen it) and "Enemy..." You all are a great help. Thanks again, LilyVautier
  2. Thanks Folks! All these suggestions are great. I DID check out Idiot's Delight (can't believe I'd never seen it) and the scene at the end is FABULOUS... On the "popular" movie basis, I may have to go with GWTW... Again, thanks to all! LilyVautier
  3. Hi, I am working on a writing project and need to reference a VERY popular, VERY well known film that contains a well known scene where a couple (yes, a man and a woman) share a romantic moment (kiss, make out, declare their love, any of the above) while war rages around their heads, preferably with bombs bursting, guns firing, tanks rolling, whatever... Can you think of anything? If anyone can, it's you clever TCM fans! Thanks for your help! LilyVautier
  4. Hi, I am working on a writing project and need to reference a VERY popular, VERY well known film that contains a well known scene where a couple (yes, a man and a woman) share a romantic moment (kiss, make out, declare their love, any of the above) while war rages around their heads, preferably with bombs bursting, guns firing, tanks rolling, whatever... Can you think of anything? Thanks for your help! LilyVautier
  5. It came to me that is must be Debussy, but I can't identify the exact piece. Anyone? Lily V
  6. Can anyone identify the lovely, haunting piano music used in the gorgeous TCM network bumper that starts out showing what looks like a black and white animation of a nighttime Gotham-like skyline with all the lights of the city. The "camera" then finds a central skyscraper and as it pans down the edifice, all the lights in the windows seem to cascade from the sky like stars, choreographed to the corresponding music in question. I've only just started seeing this in the last couple of weeks or so. (May 2006). It's a wonderful bumper, and the question of the composer of the music is driving me nuts. It's either a late Romantic piece, or early Expressionist-- I think. Thanks for any of you music afitionados. Lily V
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