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  1. I would give my right arm for an original-release My Fair Lady one-sheet. A poster from Breakfast at Tiffany's would be much more valuable, though.
  2. Since I apparently am not the only movie poster buff on these boards, it seems like we should have a thread devoted to movie poster art. Here is a tribute to my favorite star of all time, Barbara Stanwyck.
  3. Has anyone else pre-ordered the Stanwyck "Signature Collection" due out on 10/30/07? As a reminder, the titles include Annie Oakley, My Reputation, East Side, West Side, Jeopardy, Executive Suite, and To Please a Lady. Of course, these were chosen in part because they have never before been released on DVD.
  4. Blast! Yes indeed, I would have expected more of a tribute for the late great Ms. Kerr. Though I will certainly be tuning in to see, at least, separate tables, which I have never seen before.
  5. Me too!! (*giggles*) Glad you discovered your PMs, Mongo!
  6. What a great pic of FA w/George and Ira!!! thanks!!
  7. Belated thanks for those photos, everybody!!! They are great!!! :x
  8. My favorite song from Swing Time is "A Fine Romance." I downloaded it to my iPod. GINGER: A fine romance, with no kisses. A fine romance, my friend, this is. We should be like a couple of hot tomatoes. But you're as cold as yesterday's mashed potatoes. A fine romance, you won't nestle. A fine romance, you won't wrestle. I've never mussed a crease in your blue serge pants. I never had the chance. This is a fine romance. A fine romance, my good fellow. You take romance. I'll take jello. You're calmer than the seals in the Arctic Ocean. At least they flap their fins to
  9. I like the open-mouthed kiss between Laurence Olivier and Greer Garson at the end of Pride and Prejudice (1940), the pretend Astaire/Rogers kiss behind the door in Swing Time, and (of course) the John Wayne/Maureen O'Hara graveyard kiss in The Quiet Man. Too many other favorites to list them all. Message was edited by: pintorini
  10. I can't wait to watch Roberta!!!! I recorded it but haven't watched it yet. Love Irene Dunne, too.
  11. What a great thread!!! I basically agree with everything everyone has said so far. My favorite male stars are utterly different from my favorite female stars, at least as to the ones they weren't paired with. So I don't know if I could really propose a new romantic combination in seriousness. But it is fun to think about what a train wreck it could have been if some of my favorites had worked together. For example, Cary Grant and Barbara Stanwyck (ha!!!), and John Wayne and Ginger Rogers (bigger ha!!!). Maybe Clark Gable and Katharine Hepburn might have worked ... ...which r
  12. I agree--Rita, because she was such a marvelous dancer. I liked Judy and Ann Miller in Easter Parade, also.
  13. Stanwyck, Jean Arthur, Patricia Neal
  14. Dang it ... how did I miss the voting again????!??? You sleep through one lousy weekend and this is what happens. (*pouts*) But I hasten to point out that I'm pouting solely at my own inadvertently self-imposed disenfranchisement, not at the result. CONGRATULATIONS, filmlover, for the well-deserved accolade!!!!!! Once again, everyone, superb work all around. The buttons are popping off my jacket, so pride-filled am I of the reservoir of talent here on our beloved TCM messaging forum.
  15. I am definitely going to buy it if nobody gives it to me for Christmas. (It is on my Amazon wish list!!!)
  16. Yay!!! Wonderful pic! I love it, love it, love it, love it!!!!! (*beams*)
  17. I've seen that episode. I think that show is very silly but it is fun to see the places the celebs used to frequent. I always watch that show with a little trepidation, since I'm not sure how I'd feel if it were my dead relative whose spirit someone were running around trying to channel ... but since it is so plainly ridiculous, I don't think it does any harm.
  18. > One last thing--Who is supremely excited for Jean > Arthur month? I can hardly wait! Me, me!!! (Although I'm too lazy to actually go to a schedule and check when it is.) Jean Arthur is a new favorite of mine, in addition to the old favorites, a lot of which are on your list. I just bought Shane on DVD and can't wait to watch it!!! BTW, welcome!
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