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  1. When I saw Temple Drake on the list of films to be shown in L.A., I hoped it meant TCM would be broadcasting it soon. I've always seen it listed in the pre-code books and hope to see it someday!
  2. Just saw Mind Reader when TCM showed it recently. Love Skyscraper Souls and Employee's Entrance. Those two movies made me a fan of Warren William - try to watch his films when they're on TCM.
  3. Kay Francis Barbara Stanwyck Jean Harlow - especially Red Headed Woman Also like Ann Dvorak although I haven't seen alot of films, mainly Molly Louvain and Heat Lightning'
  4. Elizabeth Taylor in Father of the Bride. I cry everytime when Spencer Tracy talks about his daughter. It has many funny scenes but it still comes down to a father losing his daughter to another man and the mixed emotions he has when that wedding day comes.
  5. I watched Heat Lightning last week (on DVR) and really liked it alot, especially since it had many of my favorite actors/actresses in it. I've enjoyed discovering Aline MacMahon and Ann Dvorak on TCM. My DVR only caught the last 15 minutes of Lily Turner so I'm waiting for TCM to show it again since I was looking forward to seeing this film. I also hope that TCM will schedule Temple Drake on TV since they are showing it at the film festival (which I really wish I could attend).
  6. Delightfully demented is a great way to describe Sign of the Cross. I haven't heard of Me and My Gal with Spencer Tracy. I'll have to watch for that one!
  7. I just saw Murders In the Zoo and liked it alot! Loved the opening shot in the jungle - I thought that was quite a shocker for that time period. I've seen alot of those listed but haven't seen Frisco Jenny, Lilly Turner or One Way Passage. I'll have to be on the look-out for these films. I really enjoy the Lee Tracy movies, there are still several pre-codes of his that I haven't seen yet. One movie I'm surprised hasn't been listed is Sign of the Cross. I saw this last year and couldn't believe that alot of made it past the censors! It wasn't a very good movie overall, but was worth w
  8. Mary Wickes was in The Man Who Came To Dinner with Jimmy Durante
  9. Some of my favorites are: Top Hat Gold Diggers of 1933 Holiday Inn Singin In the Rain Pajama Game Seven Brides for Seven Brothers Kiss Me Kate Sound of Music Little Shop of Horrors Chicago I think my all-time favorite is Kiss Me Kate. I love listening to the soundtrack too - especially Howard Keel - Hubba Hubba!! Jolene
  10. I forgot about Red Headed Woman - I love that movie!! Never seen Call Her Savage. I've seen "It" and I wasn't too crazy about it. I also like Skyscraper Souls and Employee Entrance.
  11. What are some of your favorite pre-code films? Some of my favorites are Baby Face, Night Nurse, Trouble In Paradise and anything with Warren William or Kay Francis. I'd love to add some new ones to my list! Jolene
  12. Judy Garland was in A Star Is Born with James Mason.
  13. Kiss Me Kate and Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. I fell in love with Howard Keel after seeing him in Kiss Me Kate! I also loved Gene Kelly and he never looked better than in The Pirate. The Band Wagon had some of my favorite music so it ranks high on my list of favorites.
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