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  1. Yes but it reappeared when it was missing from the schedule.
  2. The movie is on the schedule once again.
  3. I wonder for whatever reason though.
  4. It looks like TCM decided not to play it after all. It is not on the schedule anymore for some unexplainable reason.
  5. I realsise now the posts are not on the first page so I ddn't see them. Still sad they couldn't show Behold My Wife, Car 99, The Glass Key, Angels With Dirty Faces, Letter Of Introduction, Winter Carnival, Thank Your Lucky Stars, Good Sam, Stella, Just Across The Street, Steel Town, Take Me To Town and Come Next Spring.
  6. Ann Sheridan month is almost over and not one person said anything about her movies and her performances.
  7. I always said that Tom Hanks reminded me of Jack Lemmom and Jimmy Stewart who could find a niche with every genre. Jimmy started in the 30's and acted until his death basically Same for Jack who started in the 50's and Tom made his movie debut in the 70'ss or 80's an dis still going strong. He and his wife Rita Wilson beat the Corona virus. But all 3 versatile actors.
  8. Too bad they left out their first film also from Paramount The Cocoanuts.
  9. The Mel Brooks classics are The producers, Blazing Saddles and Young Frankenstein, which is hit masterpiece. His earlier and most memorable films had the greatest comedic genuises of comedy. Stars like Gene Wilder, Madeline Kahn, Marty Feldman, Dom DeLuise, Harvey Korman and Cloris Leachman whom he used in a few films. Cleavon Little, Peter Boyle, Zero Mostel, Slim Pickens and Teri Garr got some memorable roles in the one outing. Once he started using current names of the 80's and 90's they were good but not as great at playing comedy like the legends I mentioned before. High Anxiety is good and so is Histoy of the World, Part I, but not in the same league as the top 3. Maybe he will get a movie night.
  10. God rest his beautiful soul. He knew how to Rock and Roll.
  11. KINGS ROW (1942) I MARRIED A WITCH (1942) I WAKE UP SCREAMING (1941) GILDA (1946) ALL ABOUT EVE (1950) THE SOUND OF MUISC (1965) BONNIE AND CLYDE (1967) YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN (1974) THE COLOR PURPLE (1985) GOODFELLAS (1990)
  12. Well actually Cyndi Lauper had top billing it was her feature film debut not sayin and Intriducing because she was already a Rock Star. She has a flair for comedy. Sort of a cross between Jean Harlow, Lucille Ball and Madline Kahn.
  13. Good point, but unless the movie had an all-star cast I can see lisiting alphabetically. The names they listed not many people know and they may not bother watching.
  14. The film Vibes makes it's TCM debut on July 31, 2020 which on the east coast is August 1, 2020 at 2:15 a.m. Funny they list the movie in the July scehdule and they don't even list Peter Falk, Jeff Goldblum or Cyndi Lauper as the stars. They list actors who had 1 scene. It is a very funny movie that bomed back in 1988)
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