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  1. "The 7th Dawn" is the picture irishjack is looking for. Yes, Apartment For Peggy is a fun movie, but Gene Lockhart & Edmund Gwenn steal it.
  2. You might enjoy her in "Dead Reckoning" (1947) with Bogart.
  3. I can help you obtain a VHS copy of this movie. PM me for details.
  4. Hey Vallo, We meet at last. I didn't say I couldn't get the film (I can). What's this about a 50s remake? Tell me more. I only know about the '96 TVM movie with David James Elliott from JAG. Is it one of those made for TV hour long things, such as Fox did with some of their classic movies?
  5. Although some details you mention don't match, you may be thinking of the film "Quatermass and the Pit", a color film from 1967 released by Hammer films. It features a climax such as you describe.
  6. Sounds like "Holiday Affair" (1949) with Robert Mitchum and Janet Leigh.
  7. I can help you obtain a copy of this movie. PM me for details.
  8. I can help you obtain a copy of this movie. PM me for details.
  9. To One and All: I have this movie available in my collection. Anyone interested in obtaining a copy please feel free to PM me for details.
  10. I have a copy I'd be willing to trade you. What have you got?
  11. Klondike: I thank you for your gracious response to my last post. I agree that we should probably continue these chats via PM, and am willing to do so. I just KNOW you were smiling when you wrote that last line in your post! Nightwalker
  12. This is in response to the two previous posts from Klondike & Cinesage: A. You are right. I was a hasty in affixing labels. B. Having said that, I still stand by my other comments, to wit: I didn't start this little brouhaha. It was started a few posts earlier on this thread with yet another gratuitous slam against the Vice President. I may be a relative newcomer to these boards, but in the time I've been here, in addition to several against the Vice President, I've seen them against Presidents Reagan & Bush. So perhaps you might want to look to "your own house" when
  13. Just once I'd like to see one of you liberals with an original thought of your own. Can't any of you do your own thinking? It's really hard to converse with people with bumper sticker mentalities. Believe it or not, and I know you'll disagree,there are some things worth fighting and, yes, even dying for. Being Ted Kennedy's "date" for the evening isn't one of them.
  14. TCM reruns this movie every now & then, but if you just can't wait any longer, PM me.
  15. I'd rather go hunting with Dick Cheney than driving with Ted Kennedy.
  16. He was, according to the film magazine "Scarlet Street." But then again, so was everybody, according to "Scarlet Street."
  17. I can help you obtain a VHS copy of this movie. PM me for details.
  18. If you are still interested, I can help you obtain a VHS copy of this movie. PM me.
  19. You might be thinking of "The Last Valley" (1971) with Michael Caine.
  20. You may also be thinking of the movie "Flame of Barbary Coast" (1945) with John Wayne, and featuring Republic Pictures' version of the 1906 San Francisco earthquake.
  21. nightwalker

    tap roots

    I don't believe "Tap Roots" is available on DVD or VHS, but I can help you obtain a good quality VHS copy. PM me for details.
  22. Sorry to disagree with you, Sigma40, but "D-Day, the Sixth of June" was a color movie. Perhaps you saw it on a B-W TV, or maybe the print your station showed was for some reason a B-W one. Anyway, the movie is in color & it does sound like the one you're looking for. Can't help you with the other title you're looking for.
  23. Sounds like "It Grows On Trees" (1952) with Irene Dunne & Dean Jagger.
  24. Some of the plot details (but not all of them) sound like "Chamber of Horrors" (1966) with Patrick O'Neal. The movie was in color, though, and O'Neal's character definitely was NOT framed. He was a psycho killer. However, on his way to be executed, his train did crash off a bridge into water & he did cut off his hand in order to escape. Later, he did use a prosthetic hand with various weapons in it to dispatch his enemies. To the best of my knowledge, the film is not available on VHS or DVD, but if this is the movie you are looking for & if you would be interested in obtaining a c
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