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FredGoodwin

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  1. I wouldn't call these my all-time favorites, but they are all I can think of at the moment: "Zip-a-dee-do-da" from Song of the South, and "Easter Bonnet" from Easter Parade.
  2. movieman1957 asks: > Does anyone think the cell phone has altered the way > "telephone moments" are done? What way is it > different? I recall a scene, I think it was "Annie Hall", where the Tony Roberts character keeps calling his office to give his itinerary in 15-minute increments. With cell phones, you'd never have to do that today, but at the time I thought it was a great way to illustrate the character's sense of self-importance. Of course now, people can demonstrate just how important they are (and let everyone around them know it, in case they don't already) by
  3. I was watching "Trading Places" on DVD a couple of nites ago, and just recalled a question I wanted to post about it: In the scene where the Jamie Lee Curtis character is eating a salad in the home of the Dan Akroyd character, she is watching television, and just before the news article about Mr. Beeks, a very brief scene from a movie flashes on the TV screen. Its a scene of what appears to be a dance or procession of some sort, and a woman is wearing a bluish-white dress, very fancy. It appears to be a scene from a 50s era movie, set in the late 1800s. Is this a real movie, and if so,
  4. I probably should have posted this in "Information, please"; sorry about that.
  5. I was watching "Trading Places" on DVD a couple of nites ago, and just recalled a question I wanted to post about it: In the scene where the Jamie Lee Curtis character is eating a salad in the home of the Dan Akroyd character, she is watching television, and just before the news article about Mr. Beeks, a very brief scene from a movie flashes on the TV screen. Its a scene of what appears to be a dance or procession of some sort, and a woman is wearing a bluish-white dress, very fancy. It appears to be a scene from a 50s era movie, set in the late 1800s. Is this a real movie, and if s
  6. "Trading Places" comes to mind, with the party on the Amtrak, but not exactly TCM fare. Others?
  7. I visited her website, http://www.zuzu.net/ and she answered my email to her! Of course, I can't confirm that it was actually her (I imagine her email address is spammed to death), but it certainly read like a personal response. She is indeed alive and well!
  8. It Happened on 5th Avenue on DVD This is available on DVD from http://www.freemoviesondvd.com/ for $9. I have nothing to do with the company, but I bought a copy, and although the video quality is very poor (appears to be a transfer from a VHS copied directly from a TV broadcast), at least I can now appreciate a wonderful movie I had never seen before. It also available on DVD for $20 here: http://ihofa.gspband.com/ And from the official Gale Storm website for $25: http://tinyurl.com/y694n9 Best wishes for a Happy New Year!
  9. It Happened on 5th Avenue on DVD This is available on DVD from http://www.freemoviesondvd.com/ for $9. I have nothing to do with the company, but I bought a copy, and although the video quality is very poor (appears to be a transfer from a VHS copied directly from a TV broadcast), at least I can now appreciate a wonderful movie I had never seen before. It also available on DVD for $20 here: http://ihofa.gspband.com/ And from the official Gale Storm website for $25: http://tinyurl.com/y694n9 Best wishes for a Happy New Year!
  10. Its also available from the official Gale Storm website for $25: http://tinyurl.com/y694n9
  11. It Happened on 5th Avenue on DVD This is available on DVD from http://www.freemoviesondvd.com/ for $9. I have nothing to do with the company, but I bought a copy, and although the video quality is very poor (appears to be a transfer from a VHS copied directly from a TV broadcast), at least I can now appreciate a wonderful movie I had never seen before. It also available on DVD for $20 here: http://ihofa.gspband.com/ Best wishes for a Happy New Year!
  12. It Happened on 5th Avenue on DVD This is available on DVD from http://www.freemoviesondvd.com/ for $9. I have nothing to do with the company, but I bought a copy, and although the video quality is very poor (appears to be a transfer from a VHS copied directly from a TV broadcast), at least I can now appreciate a wonderful movie I had never seen before. Best wishes for a Happy New Year! Fred Goodwin San Antonio, TX
  13. It Happened on 5th Avenue on DVD This is available on DVD from http://www.freemoviesondvd.com/ for $9. I have nothing to do with the company, but I bought a copy, and although the video quality is very poor (appears to be a transfer from a VHS copied directly from a TV broadcast), at least I can now appreciate a wonderful movie I had never seen before. Best wishes for a Happy New Year! Fred Goodwin San Antonio, TX
  14. It Happened on 5th Avenue on DVD This is available on DVD from http://www.freemoviesondvd.com/ for $9. I have nothing to do with the company, but I bought a copy, and although the video quality is very poor (appears to be a transfer from a VHS copied directly from a TV broadcast), at least I can now appreciate a wonderful movie I had never seen before. Best wishes for a Happy New Year! Fred Goodwin San Antonio, TX
  15. It Happened on 5th Avenue on DVD This is available on DVD from http://www.freemoviesondvd.com/ for $9. I have nothing to do with the company, but I bought a copy, and although the video quality is very poor (appears to be a transfer from a VHS copied directly from a TV broadcast), at least I can now appreciate a wonderful movie I had never seen before. Best wishes for a Happy New Year! Fred Goodwin San Antonio, TX
  16. It Happened on 5th Avenue on DVD This is available on DVD from http://www.freemoviesondvd.com/ for $9. I have nothing to do with the company, but I bought a copy, and although the video quality is very poor (appears to be a transfer from a VHS copied directly from a TV broadcast), at least I can now appreciate a wonderful movie I had never seen before. Best wishes for a Happy New Year! Fred Goodwin San Antonio, TX
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