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Senmut

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  1. May your teeth caps get rust!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! You got it. Your turn!
  2. No, again! BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Okay, clue...One of the stars is buried in Arlington.
  3. Ok--- "I'm going to buy them their Christmas turkey." "Buy? Do you really mean 'buy'"? "Yes, buy! In the Spirit of Christmas. The hard part's going to be stealing the money to pay for it."
  4. Nope. One of the actors was never seen in films again after this one.
  5. Picky, picky!!!!!!!!! One of the leads was a major fashion model of the era.
  6. Okay, the clues.... 1. Famous media personality 2. Mysterious interloper 3. Beautiful, adulterous woman 4. Someone "returns" from the dead unexpectedly 5. Drunken husband. Go for it!
  7. Okay, the clues.... 1. Famous media personality 2. Mysterious interloper 3. Beautiful, adulterous woman 4. Someone "returns" from the dead unexpectedly 5. Drunken husband. Go for it!
  8. Okay, what's the next clue/question/whatever? Anxiously awaiting...
  9. Thanks. You are, as always, a trooper!
  10. Senmut

    CDNP Series

    49 altogether, I believe. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0037863/ Cool series. A window on another time.
  11. Let's hope so. Would be cool to see it again.
  12. Has anyone been recording these shorts of late? Due to RL, I have missed a few, and would like to get them if possible. The ones I would like to get are: An Old Spanish Custom, Old New Mexico, and Wandering Here And There, which were shown on Jan 11th, and Glimpses Of Old England, shown on the 17th. If anyone has these, please contact me off list.
  13. MGMWBRKO, you are a Godsend. A Merry and Blessed Xmas to you and yours! S.
  14. Perhaps not the greatest, but those shorts were never meant to be Shakespeare.
  15. I have that short somewhere. They called them "differential analyzers" in those days. The machine was even used, in stock footage, in When Worlds Collide. Does anyone know if TCM has the rights to those shorts? Would be cool to see them all. Message was edited by: Senmut
  16. Not to mention the TravelTalks!!!!!!! BTW, does anyone know if Turner has the rights to the old Popular Mechanics or Popular Science shorts of the 30s and 40s?
  17. New list of shorts! New lists of shorts! Pant! Gasp!
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