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LarryDarrow

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  1. > > Also, I loved, and was terrified by "Invasion of the > Body Snatchers". What a great period piece! Although > I found an incontinuity in Dana Wynter's 'conversion' > in the mine tunnel since there was NO pod placed > nearby while she slept. lol! I noticed that too, but hey, why ruin a good flick with consistency and logic. Cool movie anyway.
  2. > Larry: > I would check out World Without End as a close match > to your description. Hugh Marlowe is the earthling > who enters into (& wins!) a hand-to-hand contest with > a mutant,& Aussie male starlet Rod Taylor has a > prominent supporting part.Like Planet of the Apes, we > are(maybe for the 1st time) on Future Earth. Thanks a > lot, you damn dirty apes..... Ha! Ha! Thanks, bunky. I'm sure that's it. Something funny is going on. I did get some answers to this question when I originally asked it, but they've disappeared (deleted). Hmmm...mayb
  3. Ahhh, yes. Good times, eh Bruce? I had forgotten about the bazooka. I've got to see that movie again sometime soon. Nogahide - lol! Back to the future - as it were.
  4. I'm guessing that the answer to my question, "Will that be soon?" .....is uhm....no. Will a little begging help?
  5. Dear TCM Web, It's still happening - and it is quite annoying. When you said you would check it out, did you mean.......soon?
  6. I just changed from 'tell me when a new post occurs' to 'stop telling me' at my e-mail address - but nothing has changed. I keep getting all the notices anyway. Help! LarryD
  7. Thanks for a lot of good tips on moivies to check out, if I ever get the time. It's always interesting to see what people are recommending. My problem is that I haven't seen very many new movies. I just don't have the time to to go very often. But to add a not-so-recent movie..... I thought that A Few Good Men was excellent entertainment. I was impressed that it told an engaging, even compelling story with out the benefit of action and sexual content. It was, to me, a throwback movie in many ways. It told a good story and developed it's plot, diologue and characters as you went alo
  8. Thanks for a lot of good tips on moivies to check out, if I ever get the time. It's always interesting to see what people are recommending. My problem is that I haven't seen very many new movies. I just don't have the time to to go very often. But to add a not-so-recent movie..... I thought that A Few Good Men was excellent entertainment. I was impressed that it told an engaging, even compelling story with out the benefit of action and sexual content. It was, to me, a throwback movie in many ways. It told a good story and developed it's plot, diologue and characters as you went alo
  9. Thanks for a lot of good tips on moivies to check out, if I ever get the time. It's always interesting to see what people are recommending. My problem is that I haven't seen very many new movies. I just don't have the time to to go very often. But to add a not-so-recent movie..... I thought that A Few Good Men was excellent entertainment. I was impressed that it told an engaging, even compelling story with out the benefit of action and sexual content. It was, to me, a throwback movie in many ways. It told a good story and developed it's plot, diologue and characters as you went alo
  10. Thanks for a lot of good tips on moivies to check out, if I ever get the time. It's always interesting to see what people are recommending. My problem is that I haven't seen very many new movies. I just don't have the time to to go very often. But to add a not-so-recent movie..... I thought that A Few Good Men was excellent entertainment. I was impressed that it told an engaging, even compelling story with out the benefit of action and sexual content. It was, to me, a throwback movie in many ways. It told a good story and developed it's plot, diologue and characters as you went alo
  11. Thanks for a lot of good tips on moivies to check out, if I ever get the time. It's always interesting to see what people are recommending. My problem is that I haven't seen very many new movies. I just don't have the time to to go very often. But to add a not-so-recent movie..... I thought that A Few Good Men was excellent entertainment. I was impressed that it told an engaging, even compelling story with out the benefit of action and sexual content. It was, to me, a throwback movie in many ways. It told a good story and developed it's plot, diologue and characters as you went alo
  12. I don't remember Old Yeller as a sad movie. Quite the contrary. As an adult, I realized why. It was shot with lots of bright daylight scenes. Those always seem so happy and positive to me. I wondered how cool it would have been to live where they were and with such a cool dog.
  13. I also remember watching old reruns of Topper with Leo G. Carroll in the morning. I loved them. I think it came on after the Sandy Becker Show. Anyone remember the cartoon adventures of Crusader Rabbit (and Ragland T. Tiger)? I think that kids today would still enjoy the Might Mouse Show. Yancy Derringer (with his Indian sidekick - Pahoo) was on late Sat. mornings. I loved that he had a derringer in his hat and another up his sleeve. Slick devil. Don't forget the Paul Winchell Show with Jerry Mahoney and Knucklehead Smiff. I always thought his name was Smith. I never thou
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