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PrinceSaliano

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  1. Another October without Bela Lugosi as SOTM.
  2. I'm inclined to agree with you. TCM Underground (of all things) doesn't have host.
  3. His brand of snark does not mix with TCM.
  4. It breaks my heart when the announcer says at the end of each episode, "Now stay tuned to ANOTHER WORLD."
  5. Pat Randolph was played by Beverly Penberthy...and she was excellent.
  6. FRANKENSTEIN MEETS THE WOLF MAN was my favorite '43 release.
  7. I remember ANOTHER WORLD. It was a Procter & Gamble production and, therefore, those vintage episodes do not survive. For years, the leading characters were Steve, Alice and Rachel and that triangle became one of the most popular soap storylines. Alice's sister (Pat) and brother (Russ) were also prominent characters.
  8. She is no fan of her mother's and blames her son's mental illness on Bette! She says some far out things but I find her youtube videos fascinating nonetheless.
  9. B.D. Hyman (who appeared in Baby Jane) is now a born again minister and you can catch her on youtube. It's fascinating!
  10. Joan Crawford was always entertaining. I'm so disappointed she didn't appear in HUSH HUSH SWEET CHARLOTTE.
  11. I remember Hugh Marlowe from the daytime soap, ANOTHER WORLD. Bland is right but he had a distinctive voice.
  12. I'm happy to see DRACULA (1931) on the schedule after many years. Would love to see more classic Universal horrors on TCM (how about Lugosi as SOTM this October?). Also excited about BEYOND VICTORY (1931). I don't think this has have played on TCM. I saw it on AMC in the late 1980s.
  13. The print of THE WASP WOMAN shown on 6/11 was the same edited print shown previously. The complete version is available on youtube (or at least it was).
  14. All have played on TCM previously. How about INVASION OF THE SAUCER MEN; I WAS A TEENAGE FRANKENSTEIN; TARGET EARTH; BELA LUGOSI MEETS A BROOKLYN GORILLA; FRANKENSTEIN'S DAUGHTER; SHE DEVIL; CAPE CANAVERAL MONSTERS; MONSTER OF PIEDRAS BLANCAS, et al.
  15. Nice to see a 1933 Paramount Pic on TCM...and great quality print. Esther Ralston and Gail Patrick were pretty, but Randolph Scott and Buster Crabbe were prettier. More from Museum of Modern Art, please.
  16. This weekend, let us remember Universal war-themed films which won't be shown on TCM (PRIVATE JONES; THE ROAD BACK; UNSEEN ENEMY; HALFWAY TO SHANGHAI; GUNG HO!; WE'VE NEVER BEEN LICKED; CORVETTE K-225; TWO TICKETS TO LONDON, et al).
  17. Only Fay Wray and Constance Cummings generate any excitement...Karloff, too, but I've seen those films numerous times.
  18. Nice to see a 1934 Fox Film on TCM. Fox released 50 films that year. How about ALL MEN ARE ENEMIES; BOTTOMS UP; GRAND CANARY; HELL IN THE HEAVENS; I AM SUZANNE!; MURDER IN TRINIDAD; NOW I'LL TELL; ORIENT EXPRESS; SUCH WOMEN ARE DANGEROUS; THE WHITE PARADE...
  19. I'd post some titles, but why bother?
  20. Has TCM exhausted its accessible supply of rare 1930s Columbia titles? There are many that haven't been shown.
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