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  1. Thank you Mary!!! Yes That's it! Arrivederci Baby! My memory was a bit foggy but that's the movie! Now...I have to find it. Unfortunately, it's not out on DVD and chances are TCM won't be showing it because it's a PARAMOUNT film. Oh well...someday. mike
  2. Okay...here goes nothing. When I was growing up in the 70's, there was this show called DIALING FOR DOLLARS on the local ABC affiliate. Basically, they showed B-movies and gave away junk around the commercial breaks. One day, I THINK I saw a scene from one of the movies, but the memory is so vague...who knows...it could have been a dream! Anyway...please tell me if this scene sounds familiar. Could have been from some 60's exploitation flick...or a really bad suspense film...or something like that...DFD used to show a lot of AIP type stuff. Here's the scene. There's a little bo
  3. WHO SLEW AUNTIE ROO is actually availible on DVD and it's cheap! It';s one of those AIP double feature discs along with another Shelley Winters horror flick from around the same time called WHAT'S THE MATTER WITH HELEN?
  4. 1979's The Changeling with George C. Scott. Very atmospheric and creepy.
  5. All right. This may get a bit long, but I have to put my two cents in and defend TCM. I realize there are a lot of people who don't appreciate TCM going beyond the 1960's but let's put it into perspective. 1979 was almost 30 years ago. Time marches on. There were a lot of noteworthy films during the 1970's and 1980's and if TCM wants to get into this realm so be it. I've actually enjoyed a lot of films they've shown from this time period -- Godfather, Close Encounters, Tootsie, American Graffiti, etc. Sure we've all seen them before, but it's nice when they're recognized as the cla
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