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About gumbogrrl

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  1. Thanks!! I will look into this...I remember seeing it when I was very sick as a child, laying in bed with a high fever...but I was riveted to the movie. It was one of the first classic movies that I remember and it was the beginning of a passion for wonderful old movies... Thanks for the kind words about New Orleans...Although, some many other disasters are happening and have happened since August 2005, New Orleans still needs so much help. I don't think most of the country realizes this...my heart goes out to all who live through a natural disaster. It takes forever for the help to com
  2. Fred, I do remember that the mother was a blonde headed actress...that is all I remember. Thanks for sharing your memories of New Orleans. I am born and raised and I love this city more than a lot of people of know! John Scott, an amazing visual artist who just passed away said, "I need New Orleans more than New Orleans needs me." I could not say it any better. I hope someone remembers this movie!
  3. Fred, that sounds just like the movie! That has to be it! Maybe someone will remember the name of it...I sure hope so! I saw it long before I became a classic movie fan and did not pay attention to the actors... Merci beaucoup from New Orleans!
  4. I am going out on a limb here...this is a real long shot... Does anyone know of a 1940's or early 1950's movie (black and white) that had a plot based on a child being run over in their driveway or somewhere near their home. I saw this movie in the early 1980's on TBS when Ted Turner used to run his movie classics on that channel. I remember that it was b&w, set in the 40's or 50's. A married couple was dealing with lots of internal strife within their marriage and one of their children dies in the above mentioned accident. If anyone recalls such a movie, please post.
  5. I have been very disappointed with the programming in the last 6 months or so. Possibly longer. It seems that everytime I turn on TCM I am either tuning into a western, a war movie or some "new" movie from the 1960's or 70's. I suppose that I am a purist. I enjoyed programming about 3 years ago when I would regularly tune in to see Bette Davis, Humphrey Bogart or Joan Crawford. I don't know what is going on at TCM, but I am not happy with the current movies they are showing. Some seem like movies that would more appropiate to be on AMC or one of those channels. As far as wh
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