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Megg

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  1. Awards don't influence what I watch either. I wasn't surprised that more "cable" channels received emmy awards than any other outlets. I watched Mad Men for the first time this weekend and thoroughly enjoyed it. I can't see that Mad Men or other programming will influence TCM. TCM stands alone as an all movie, no commercial station.
  2. It was refreshing to see the return of glamour. The women were not "hanging" out of there dresses and the men left the bling at home. Meryl Streep looked down right sloppy. She may be the best actress of this generation but her sense of style is questionable at best.
  3. I had no idea that so many of my childood song memories were written by Ray Evans ... Thank you for this thread ... I am off to read more about Mr. Evans ... and go back down memory lane for an hour or so.
  4. Stoney ... I come here ...read the message boards and I have to say Kudoos. I find I'm ususally in total agreement with your comments and had to laugh at your honest statement about meandering threads and the goose stepping attitudes of some when one "wanders". Sticking to the thread, do I like musicals? I love them. First time seeing Blue Skies .. it was just okay for me Bing and Fred together.. terrific! I didn't think Joan Caulfied was great in her role.
  5. I too made time to watch Cheers for Miss Bishop and found it to be a good as I call them escape movie ... where you could just sit back and relax. Martha Scott was wonderful in the roll of Miss Bishop she was believable and made the roll hers. Her charactor was a dedicated teacher but she made bad choices when it came the men in her life. It was nice to see an older film for a change.
  6. I too love Jimmy Stewart as Elwood P.Dowd in Harvey. I treasure Robert Donat in Goodbye Mr. Chips and who couldn't resist Bart Lahr as he said "put em up" ... what an old scaredy cat but so lovable.
  7. I would just like to thank everyone who took the time to respond especially HlywdKJK who addressed each of our concerns or comments. Although not as knowledgeable about films as others on this message board it was nice to know that we can say how we feel and have someone actually listen. Thanks again and may your day include at least one great movie. ps ... New or not I'm not giving up my fight to keep TCM "classic"
  8. "Newbie Alert" I am a newbie perhaps some of you were "newbies at one time? As a newbie I find it disheartening that because some cannot spend a lot of time on these boards we are dismissed as "know-nothings". Some of us are just regular folk who enjoy a classic movie and are not film affeciandos. Some here have spent time discussing the TCM programming changes while "newbies" just come in to see what all the TCM changes are about. Yes, some of us are "newbies" many of us do not do "RESEARCH" we are just viewers with our own opinions, suggestions and questions. Please be more tolerant
  9. In reply to your remarks about where are the Classic films ... just want to add that I'm in total agreement that the program changes are questionable. If I wanted run of the mill newer films I can find them on HBO, Starz even AMC .. how very sad that classic is no longer classic.
  10. In reply to your remarks about where are the Classic films ... just want to add that I'm in total agreement that the program changes are questionable. If I wanted run of the mill newer films I can find them on HBO, Starz even AMC .. how very sad that classic is no longer classic.
  11. It was always a tradition with us to watch the older Christmas movies. We thought we could always depend on TCM instead we have found only 2 Christmas movies while during Halloween we were inundated with horror films. Where is "Scrooge with Allistar Sims? Holiday Inn? White Christmas? The BIshop's wife? Meet me in St. Louis? and more ... I did find Miracle on 34 St on AMC. I wrote once before and was told TCM is looking for a younger audience ... have they found them yet? There are people who simply want to come and find the comfort of something from their childhood but alas we are disappoi
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