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  1. I'm inclined to agree with you. TCM Underground (of all things) doesn't have host.
  2. His brand of snark does not mix with TCM.
  3. Dana Andrews starred on an NBC soap called BRIGHT PROMISE (1969-72).
  4. I looked like 80s Brit pop singer Rick Astley, back in the day.
  5. Many of the Wheeler & Woolsey pre-Codes are filled with sexual innuendos and double entendres.
  6. Check out WHITE WOMAN (Paramount, 1933)...iIf TCM ever airs it (it would be nice to see a Paramount pic that doesn't feature Hope & Crosby, Betty Hutton or Alan Ladd).
  7. CALL HER SAVAGE, RED-HEADED WOMAN, RED DUST, BABY FACE, SHE DONE HIM WRONG and I'M NO ANGEL immediately come to mind.
  8. > {quote:title=Arturo wrote:}{quote} > *Most of the Fox films (pre 1935) are almost impossible to find. The Fox Movie Channel rarely shows any of their pre 20th Century Fox films. TCM will show a Fox film once in a while. Otherwise, the only time there might be one showing is at a film festival.* > *I would love to see Goldie with Jean Harlow. I'd also like to see some of Spencer Tracy's Fox films such as "Quick Millions". In addition I'd enjoy seeing some of the Janet Gaynor/Charles Farrell Fox films such as "High Society Blues", "Merely Mary Ann", "Tess Of The Storm Country" and "
  9. It was basically a mummy movie. I remember seeing it on WNEW's (Channel 5) Creature Feature out of New York City as a kid.
  10. JOURNEY'S END (1930) BAD COMPANY (1931) NIGHT CLUB LADY (1932) IS MY FACE RED? (1932) TRICK FOR TRICK (1933)
  11. > {quote:title=kriegerg69 wrote:}{quote} > > {quote:title=Scottman wrote:}{quote} > > > {quote:title=PrinceSaliano wrote:}{quote} > > > There are a number of differences between the B&W DOCTOR X and the now-available color version. > > > > Thanks, I wasn't sure if there were any differences. In that case it would be interesting to see what they are. > > The differences can't be that much. As someone who has seen both versions, I can say I was surprised by the differences. VIDEO WATCHDOG did an excellent article about it.
  12. > {quote:title=traceyk65 wrote:}{quote} > > {quote:title=PrinceSaliano wrote:}{quote} > > RED DUST should not be hard to find. THE BOWERY has played on Fox Movie Chanel. > > I've seen Red Dust on vhs, but not dvd. Of course, I haven't gone bootleg yet... It plays on TCM.
  13. Oh, my. I remember that on WPIX's (Channel 11) Chiller on Saturday nights.
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