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  1. Ooh! Ooh! Fred... "Triumph of the Will" and "Olympia" are AWESOME documentaries ("The Terrible Wonderful Life of Reni R." ain't half bad, either)... "Nanook," I've heard of but never seen (want to), "River" is new to me, but am sure I'd love. Somehow, I don't know... "Brando" by TCM -- esp. when it consists largely of Johnny Depp's pretentious talking head -- doesn't seem to fit in this category... Sad commentary as to what passes for "documentary" today; good old days!
  2. Loved "Grizzly Man" (love documentaries, period)...
  3. Taped it, Tibor... Looking forward to watching at some (undetermined) point in the future!!!
  4. SORRY FOR THE REPOSTS!!! My computer went flooey... You might also post this "request for info" on the "Information, please!" thread...
  5. Can always count on you to jog my memory, Jack; now if I could just get you to jog my body??? Thanks!
  6. Can always count on you to jog my memory, Jack; now if I could just get you to jog my body??? Thanks!
  7. Can always count on you to jog my memory, Jack; now if I could just get you to jog my body??? Thanks!
  8. Can always count on you to jog my memory, Jack; now if I could just get you to jog my body??? Thanks!
  9. My mind is obviously going... What was the one called "Jules and ???"; about the love triangle??? Great... Also the one with that actress Audry (no, not Hepburn), although it was a bit of girl-movie fluff -- esp. the storybook ending... I encourage everyone who loves foreign film to go to "suggest a movie" and request that TCM set aside a weekly two-hour slot for this purpose; it's too important a genre (and there are too many great FFs out there) for them not to.
  10. I must be showing my age but, while I've always been a Marx Bros. fan, I've never found Groucho "hot" before...??? Not sure of HIS age in some of these ("Duck Soup," "Horse Feathers"), but I could definitely have gone for him, LOL!!! Quite a change from what I mostly remember of him, which is "You Bet Your Life" (when he was in his, what, 80s??? Although he got a young wife then, so...) Again, how talented were people then compared to now??? (Chico on the piano, Harpo on the Harp, even Zeppo singing!!!) I reiterate my pessimistic belief based on today's films than man has seen his zenith
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