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Everything posted by SueSueApplegate

  1. Alex Trebek preparing the surprise for Robert Osborne at his #TCMFF tribute in 2014.... R.I.P. Alex Trebek, a good friend of TCM.
  2. R.I.P. Carol Arthur DeLuise, friend of #TCMFF (Pictured here with actor Glenn Taranto). Carol attended the 2014 screening of Blazing Saddles where she was featured as the school marm. Read more about Carol Arthur DeLuise here.
  3. My review of THE ESSENTIALS, Volume II, by Jeremy Arnold....
  4. My review of The Essentials, Volume II....
  5. R.I.P. #TCMFF Special Guest Marge Champion....😢
  6. Congratulations to author Jeremy Arnold on the publication of The Essentials Vol. 2 from TCM’s Running Press! I’m enjoying my copy now. It has even more of my personal favorites than Volume 1! Larry Edmunds Bookstore is one of the many independent booksellers where you can order a copy.
  7. Congratulations to Professor Jacqueline Stewart on her new position at The Academy!
  8. 2010 Eddie Muller interview with Rhonda Fleming and Richard Erdman At The Egyptian...
  9. Rest In Peace, Miss Rhonda Fleming, #TCMFF Special Guest in 2012.
  10. A small hint to why the changes occurred might be obvious when you click on the "Press” link at the bottom of the page....
  11. Den of Geek Article about the Mank Trailer here.
  12. The Importance of Film Preservation on TCM's Tumblr by Kim Luperi.... “You react against the devaluation of cinema and movies by showing up,” Martin Scorsese remarked after accepting the inaugural Robert Osborne Award at the 2018 TCM Classic Film Festival. Scorsese’s nonprofit organization, The Film Foundation (TFF), has been showing up by promoting the preservation of our cinematic heritage for 30 years. This month, TCM salutes that anniversary by showcasing five evenings of TFF-supported restorations. Recently, I had the opportunity to ask the TFF team about their hist
  13. TCM’s Eddie Muller and Professor Jacqueline Stewart comment on this new restoration of 1951’s Native Son starring the author Richard Wright now playing on the Museum of Fine Arts Houston’s Virtual Cinema...
  14. Celebrating June Allyson on her birthday....🎂
  15. The 2021 TCM Classic Film Festival Will Be Presented As A Virtual Experience Additional Dates and Details To Be Announced Given our ongoing commitment to producing a safe event for all attendees, staff and partners, and the current status of the global pandemic, we will forgo hosting an in-person event and instead be presenting the 2021 TCM Classic Film Festival as a virtual experience. The TCM staff are already hard at work on building an engaging and unique experience for our fans that will feature exciting discussions and panels, memorable TCM Classic Film Festival moment
  16. The issues with the COVID 19 pandemic have put an announcement about our beloved #TCMFF on hold as we usually have had an announcement about its dates by this time of the year. Whenever we hear about a decision, whether the festival will be online or in Hollywood, dedicated fans will certainly be in attendance. If the festival happens online, fans who ordinarily might not have the funds or vacation time to travel to California will have the opportunity to experience the excitement that has made the festival such a popular event. If the festival happens in person, it is likely passes will s
  17. Last day of TCM's End of Summer Tour!
  18. Tonight? FOSSE, FOSSE, FOSSE!!!! DIRECTED BY BOB FOSSE - 9/2 Arguably one of the most influential and visionary choreographers of the 20th century, Bob Fosse brought style and sexuality to the Broadway stage through his dances for such memorable musicals as "The Pajama Game" (1954), "Damn Yankees" (1958), "Sweet Charity" (1966), "Pippin" (1972) and "Chicago" (1975), as well as his direction on such films as Cabaret(1972), Lenny (1974) and All That Jazz (1979). Fosse began his career as a dance
  19. WOMEN MAKE FILM - TUESDAYS IN SEPTEMBER TCM kicks off its monumental three-month-long festival, Women Make Film, celebrating female filmmakers with one groundbreaking, 14-part documentary from Mark Cousins, Women Make Film: A New Road Movie Through Cinema (2020), and three dozen movies by women directors. Cousins' extensive documentary is a TCM premiere, as are 23 of the 36 films in this installment of the festival. By the time it is completed, we will have paid tribute to 100 films and 100 filmmakers spanning six continents, 44 countries and 12 decades! Filmmaker Barba
  20. Dolores Del Rio Day! Interesting article about Dolores here.
  21. Happy Hundredth Birthday to Maureen O'Hara from the team of Cinemanavia.... Enjoy Maureen's day on TCM's Summer Under The Stars, and her Vanity Fair Proust Questionnaire.....
  22. 6:00 AM The Honeymoon Machine (1961) 7:
  23. John Barrymore day! 6:00 AM Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1920) 7:15 AM Don Juan (1926) 9:15 AM When a Man Loves (1927) 11:15 AM State's Attorney (1932) 12:45 PM Rasputin and the Empress (1932) 3:00 PM Night Flight (1933) 4:30 PM Bulldog Drummond Comes Back (1937) 5:31 PM How To Be A Detective (1936) 5:45 PM Maytime (1937) 8:00 PM Grand Hotel (1932) 10:00 PM Dinner at Eight (1933) 12:00 AM Night Club Scandal (1937) 1:30 AM Arsene Lupin (1932) 3:00 AM Svengali (1931) 4:30 AM The Great Man Votes (1939)
  24. Tomorrow is Goldie's day! The enduring star power of Goldie Hawn is a fairly unusual phenomenon for a contemporary Hollywood actress. She first gained celebrity through a brief stint as a "dumb blonde" dancer-comedienne on TV in the late 1960s and segued to the movies as an acclaimed supporting player before quickly achieving star status. The now gracefully middle-aged showbiz veteran has maintained her celebrity and pumped up her industry muscle without any major tinkering with her persona. Sharp-eyed viewers may have detected a subtle evolution but, to the general pub
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