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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
  14. Do the movies Cat Woman and/or Cat People qualify as cult movies?
  15. Did you ever notice that there is no left handed munster cheese?
  16. I see this girl with a wooden leg, so I says, "Hiya, Peg."
  17. Good thread topic. I don't know that a movie helped me choose a path in life (none have that I know of), but from time to time, a line from one or another may come to mind regarding certain situations and certainly movies are powerful images that help form opinions and ideas. 2 movies come to mind: 1) It's A Wonderful Life - for the same reason as the previous poster whom mentioned it. Truly an inspiring movie for those who might be down on themselves for any reason. 2) Oddly enough, The Purple Heart comes to mind as a movie, that I saw a few times as a child, that helped make
  18. Thanks to Stoneyburke, SavageKnife and all the rest who contributed to the greater NY television experience of the 50/60s. I wrote a much longer post with a few special memories relating to all that was written, but it was lost when I tried to post it. Maybe I'll try again later. Suffice to say, that you've brought back many, many very sweet childhood memories for me. Don't forget the Geeba Geeba puppet from Sandy Becker!
  19. Interesting reads from both Vecchiolarry and classicblackand white. As I'm new here, I don't really know the 'players' here and their backgrounds. But it's interesting finding out. classicB&W, I hope all is well in your life now. Vecchiolarry, sounds like you've lived quite a life, and have a peak at the actors that most do not.
  20. Put me the Colbert fan club. I don't know a lot of her work, but I really enjoy what I've seen, starting with Since You Went Away.
  21. This is a fun thread... but I'm surprised you put The Amazing Colossal Man on it. I thought that was a great movie. "I laughed. I cried. I laughed." It's not easy being big.
  22. Re: the question -absolutely. I've yet to see any movies starring Bill Clinton or George Bush and I'm going to try not to for my whole life. "Clowns to the right of me, jokers to the left. Here I am, stuck in the middle with you." (head bobbing to the beat)
  23. I actually remember that one as well. It was a little different and I liked it. I enjoy many of the shorts they show. The more off beat or 'dated' the better. But this one was a decent little vignette.
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