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DearHeart

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  1. I have my doubts...when I see movies like "Little Darlings", "Modern Girls" (1986-Cynthia Gibb), and "Possession" (1981) showing up on the schedule, I really wonder who would ever consider these movies "Classics". I don't have a problem with more modern movies on the schedule. I think there are modern classics-Kramer Vs Kramer, Norma Rae, Network, China Syndrome, etc., but these other movies are definitely not classics in any sense of the word. I realize that a lot of the old movies aren't four star movies, yet none of them are as bad as some of the movies put out in the 80s. I was a teen in the 80s and I didn't want to see them then and I really don't want to see them on TCM. I really hope this trend stops...I love TCM and don't want it to go the way of AMC and Fox Movie Channel.
  2. I've been listening to the fabulous Dinah Washington! My favorite song of hers is "Teach Me Tonight" and "Stairway to the Stars"
  3. Loved this movie! I love Ida Lupino and Elsa Lanchester! I love the classic gothic horror stories and I agree that they are fantastic to watch in the dark and with a great, booming thunderstorm going on outside my window!! This was a thoroughly enjoyable movie-glad I watched it!
  4. Rita Hayworth was in "Cover Girl" with Gene Kelly
  5. Deleted Edited by: DearHeart on Oct 18, 2009 10:26 PM
  6. Joseph Cotten was in Love Letters with Jennifer Jones
  7. Quail, Audrey-Angela Lansbury in The Red Danube
  8. Is this a recent movie, within the past 6 months to a year? If it was, it might be called the Perfect Man with Heather Locklear, Chris Noth and Hillary Duff. The mother was a baker in a store and the man owned a restaurant? If you have HBO, they've been running it lately. Hope this helped you!
  9. I believe the movie was called "Down Among the Sheltering Palms" with William Lundigan and Mitzi Gaynor http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0045702/
  10. These are the ones that get me sobbing everytime I watch them: Steel Magnolias Penny Serenade Since You Went Away Waterloo Bridge In Name Only The Way We Were The Notebook Best Years of Our Lives Return To Me Holiday An Affair To Remember It's A Wonderful Life Titanic City of Angels and Sleepless in Seattle
  11. Here are a couple of more: The Apartment (Jack Lemmon) Holiday (Cary Grant) Penny Serenade (Cary Grant) Sleepless In Seattle While You Were Sleeping Someone Like You Waterloo Bridge has a great scene that's not actually a New Year's Eve scene, but, they dance to Auld Lang Syne.
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