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Everything posted by Jezebel38

  1. Cinemaven, JackBurley, Lzcutter , Moira Finne and other stalwarts of the boards at that time are now over on the SilverScreenOasis Facebook group. It is a private group but Chris "Movieman 1957" pops in now and then and can probably add you to the group if you wish. Most of us broke off from the TCM board around the time "Cinemascope" was compulsively dominating all the threads in every catagory. I don't remember the Heinz57 brouhaha.
  2. It's a British movie called VACATION FROM MARRIAGE (1945) or PERFECT STRANGERS with Robert Donat and Deborah Kerr as the married couple, and Glynis Johns as the sidekick. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Perfect_Strangers_(1945_film)
  3. Virtue is a favorite movie of mine, but Virtue is in B/W - poster says the movie is in color and mentions a pink couch and a red dress in a dancing scene.
  4. Happy to have helped in identifying your film. I must say I only saw it once maybe 10-12 years ago, and I recall most of the audience gasped when this scene happened. I also have been watching classic films for decades, and this is just one of those "sticks in your mind" moments, even though I can't recall much else of the movie!
  5. Yes, I have seen this movie on the big screen at the Stanford Theatre in Palo Alto when they were having a festival of British films. It is THE BROTHERS (1947). https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0174521/?ref_=nm_flmg_act_95
  6. I looked at the full credits for Night World, and believe this is Helene Chadwick - she is listed as nightclub patron uncredited. Photos of her look like the woman in the video clip. Her age would be 35-36 here.
  7. Was it sort of a western or frontier setting? If so sounds like RACHEL AND THE STRANGER (1948) with Loretta Young, William Holden and Robert Mitchum.
  8. To answer OP : 24 HOURS (1931) Clive Brook, Kay Francis, Miriam Hopkins 2 SECONDS (1932) Edward G. Robinson I don't have TCM anymore, so doubt these are on the schedule, but both of these are really impressive films IMO.
  9. FYI - the line just before this one is "little nifties from the 50's innocent and sweet". I have no idea which neighborhoods these streets were in, but maybe the lyricist just needed something to rhyme. I danced in the chorus of a production of the stage musical, and was one of the "sexy ladies" - we were told we portrayed prostitutes!
  10. I tried to watch this on Filmstruck but gave up after a few minutes. I sent an e-mail to them complaining about the lousy print and got this reply: Thank you for contacting FilmStruck. My name is Carter and I would be happy to help with your print quality concern as best I can. I'm sorry to hear you were disappointed with the quality of Walls of Malaga. Unfortunately, some of the films in our library are on the older side and, for one reason or another, very difficult to find. A cursory search comes up with no way to buy a physical copy of this film, likely for the reason you brought to li
  11. This was in an excellent episode of the Netflix series THE CROWN (2017) http://www.imdb.com/title/tt6837072/
  12. It was briefly posted once on Youtube within the last couple years, but got pulled before I had a chance to watch it. Maybe we can all ask for it on "suggest a movie" - I'd sure love to see this too!
  13. This is from The Story of Vernon and Irene Castle: Tango
  14. I found a crummy Youtube of the film and listened to the tune he was playing, and then looked at the soundtrack listing. He is definitely playing a Tango, so my guess is that would be the Pampa Rose on the soundtrack listing, but I could not find anything further about that song.
  15. Great question, and that part of the promo always looked familiar to me, so I did some sleuthing and think I have your answer. So Ray Teal is behind the counter and he is serving two cups of coffee to a man and a woman at the bar. The man looked familiar, so I figured out it was Robert Keith - and I noticed he seems to be wearing a military or police cap. Then I looked up what movie both actors were in and came up with THE WILD ONE. If you look at the clip in the TCM promo, you can see the sign on the window reads (backwards) cafe. Then I looked at the trailer for THE WILD ONE and you can see
  16. The movie is TALL, DARK AND HANDSOME (1941) starring Cesar Romero http://www.tcm.com/tcmdb/title/92295/Tall-Dark-and-Handsome/ or it's remake LOVE THAT BRUTE (1950) with Paul Douglas (with Cesar Romero again) http://www.tcm.com/tcmdb/title/82056/Love-That-Brute/
  17. Loved Moonlighting, I taped Dream Sequence episode on VHS and kept it for years - no YT then. Here is another favorite clip - thought this was very "hollywood musical" in tone, and well choreographed:
  18. This is from a very oddball dance number in the British musical EVERGREEN (1934) with Jesse Matthews. The number is "When You've Got a Little Springtime in Your Heart" and the sequence travels back in time - this is the 1914 section where chorus girls are turned into bullets on an assembly line - or something to that effect. Here is a link to the film; you can catch this number at the 42:50 mark
  19. Hi Cavegirl - A slightly murky copy of JIGSAW is posted on Youtube, so you could fast forward to watch the end of the film. I'd hate to post a spoiler here, but if you really, really want to know you can PM me and I'll tell you...
  20. Do you remember if it was a comedy or a drama? If it was a drama, it could possibly be TODAY WE LIVE (1933).
  21. This sounds like SUSAN LENOX (1931) with Gable & Garbo. http://www.tcm.com/tcmdb/title/950/Susan-Lenox-Her-Fall-and-Rise/
  22. I agree with CaveGirl - this is a memorable film and should not be missed. Unusual pairing of actors, but both are great. FYI this film can also be viewed on Amazon Prime.
  23. The movie you are describing sounds a lot like FAITHLESS (1932) with Tallulah Bankhead and Robert Montgomery. http://www.tcm.com/tcmdb/title/1772/Faithless/
  24. Could the "very sparse" dialogue possibly have been in French? The movie you are describing sounds an awful lot like MR. HULOT'S HOLIDAY (1953).
  25. I looked up SUTTERS GOLD (1936) and the actors in the photos are: 3. Lee Tracy and 4.Montague Love.
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