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  1. True. I've been meaning to see "Citizen Kane", "The Maltese Falcon", the entirety of "Now, Voyager", the films of The Marx Brothers...Of course, TCM runs these all the time and I do work part-time, so I should probably take the opportunity to sit down and watch the network every so often.
  2. I've been away from here for a while. Family and work issues have kept me tied up. As such, I wasn't able to participate in the schedule challenge. It's probably for the best. The reason? I haven't seen enough classic movies to really be able to put together a schedule. I mean, I've seen some of the big guns of classic film ("Casablanca", "Singin' In The Rain", stuff like that), but there's so much I still need to see. I feel a little ashamed about the fact that there are so many great movies that I haven't seen yet.
  3. I've been tied up with personal issues and posting on other message boards, but I'd like to post a suggestion... I'm a tremendous fan of a woman named Sherri Stoner. She has some acting experience (mostly in 80s TV and B-movies), was the model for Ariel from "The Little Mermaid" and Belle from "Beauty And The Beast", and, most importantly, wrote for the 90s cartoons "Animaniacs" and "Tiny Toon Adventures". With the shorts she wrote or co-wrote for those shows, she displayed a great sense of entertainment, writing cartoons that paid homage to everything from The Marx Brothers to "...When Ha
  4. The word "cool" lasted for a long time, but now it's starting to fade into the annals of history. I'll still use it, though.
  5. My knowledge of film isn't nearly as extensive as that of the average poster here, but I would like to give it a go.
  6. Considering his filmic contributions over the years, do you think he'll be included in this year's "TCM Remembers" piece? Sorry for planning so far ahead, but the days go by faster and faster, sadly.
  7. While I was listening to one of my mix discs, I came across a song entitled "Welcome To The Real World" by a singer named Jane Child. If they do a month about biographical movies (or another one of those, presuming it was already done), I think that this would be a good song to include.
  8. I enjoy this movie also. "Springtime For Hitler" is one of the funniest songs ever. I especially liked Mel Brooks voice-over: "Don't be stupid, be a smarty! Come and join the Nazi Party!"
  9. I have another suggestion. I think that "Vox" by Sarah MacLachlan would be good to have as a bed for a TCM Remembers montage. They already included her song "I Will Remember You" in the 2003 version. Why not go with another one?
  10. I'd like to toss my hat in the ring and say that I want to participate. I saw prior threads along these lines and I was amazed by the knowledge in them. I would like to participate as well.
  11. I have another suggestion for a song for this year's TCM Remembers reel. I think that the song "In The Deep" by Bird York would be great to have as a backing piece. It has a cinematic and mournful quality to it that would fit well with a montage of the cinematic talents who will die this year.
  12. "It's A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World 2: Electric Boogaloo". God help us. Can't they come up with something different for a change?
  13. I have a few suggestions. -"Turn Back Time" by Aqua -"The Downtown Lights" by The Blue Nile -"Under Pressure" by David Bowie and Queen "A Lotta Love" by Nicollete Larson (I think that that's the title) -"Find The Time" by Five Star -"Just For Money" by Paul Hardcastle -"My Wildest Dreams" by Annie Haslam -"Cool Places" by Sparks and Jane Wiedlin -"Crush" by Jennifer Page -"The Heat Is On" by Glenn Frey (I think that, sooner or later, TCM will eventually dedicate a month to 80s movies. If they do, I think that they should use this song in a promo.) For this year's TCM Rememb
  14. I think I heard this song in a trailer for the Woody Allen movie "Crimes And Misdemeanors". It was an upbeat version followed by a line of dialogue: Something like "God is a luxury I cannot afford". I prefer his earlier, funnier movies.
  15. That's one thing I like about TCM's promos. They always pick out interesting artists to underscore the clips. When it comes to modern music, I lean towards the independent side of things, and now I'm looking to track down some of Robin Ella's work. She has a good voice.
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