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  1. Lucy did not have a good singing voice, so I'm sure it was dubbed. She was later dubbed in "Best Foot Forward" by someone who didn't sound like her at all. Check out this 1943 film and you will see what I'm talking about!
  2. You're a solid sender! Actually, I did hear about the Film Forum schedule of B-Movie faves and I'm trying to figure out how I can get 3 weeks off from work (I live in L.A.) so I can go to this film fest! There are several titles on that list I've been chomping at the bit to see ever since my musical obsession began. And many of them in new 35MM transfers no less! Hey gang, how 'bout we let TCM know that we'd love to see these films on their channel - after that we can all put on a show!!
  3. I'm hep to your jive, mister! The youthful references are really a kick. I use them all the time when I talk (I'm in my 30's) and my friend's don't usually have a clue what I'm talking about! I've actually seen most of Ann Miller's Columbia films and "Eve" is the only one she doesn't dance in at all. Be sure to check out "Reveille with Beverly" in February or March. She does an excellent number called "Thumbs Up and V for Victory"at the end. Hopefully, more of her early, forgotten work will continue to re-surface on TCM. As for the Donald O'Connor stuff, yes Universal still owns them and perha
  4. So I always get excited when TCM premieres a film they have never shown or is rarely seen. So imagine my surprise when I saw the film's "The Lady Objects" (Columbia, 1938) and "When You're Smiling" (Columbia, 1950) on the February and March calendars when I checked about a week ago. They have now disappeared altogether from the schedules! Is it possible that TCM was unable to license these titles from Sony after all? Are musicals being given the short schrift in favor of other genres? Don't get me wrong, I love the "A" musicals - but the "B's deserve a look as well! I have emailed TCM about th
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