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marcncleo

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  1. How about a Silent movie/serial channel!!
  2. Click on the second selection in the menu field "Main schedule flash" and over on the monthly calender to the right of your screen you can arrow over to the upcoming months. I guess things interfere with Silent Sundays is because I assume it's not popular with ratings. I hope this isn't the case. They are playing a few silent films in August and I hope it returns for Sunday nights or another designated night. I just bought 2 packs of VHS tape to save these films so I hope it does return.
  3. The TCM website does go up to August now. Try it you'll see. I got the info right on this site.
  4. I just checked TCM's schedule for August and it looks like they have gotten rid of Silent Sunday nights. This isn't good. We all must write them and demand they put it back on
  5. Sinistercinema.com has a variety of old movies that TCM should consider playing. Most of the films are rare and haven't been seen for decades. Many are sci/fi, Horror and Fantasy. B- westerns are also available. Their silent movie section is great. check it out.
  6. The Harold Lloyd marathons for silent Sunday nights were great. How about some more silent marathons of certain actors and topics. For example, have a sci/fi theme or a Tom Mix focus of the month.
  7. Yes! Clara Bow and more silent films. Less foreign films.
  8. This is super tough. Maureen O'sullivan in "Tarzan and his Mate" is tied for first place with Jane Russell in "The Outlaw". By the way. When will TCM play these films???
  9. I would love for TCM to pick up where AMC left off by playing the Three Stooges and Laurel and Hardy shorts. I would also love if they would play more Tarzan films. Perhaps a marathon of Tarzan movies for a whole day.
  10. Yes I agree. King Kong rules! when are they going to release it on DVD?
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