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About fxreyman

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    I never shot nobody I didn't have to.
  • Birthday 02/05/1960

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    My Favorite films: historical, westerns, dramas, bios, sci-fi, everything Star Trek, Suits, House of Cards, Doc Martin, John Wayne, Ronald Coleman, Errol Flynn, Spencer Tracy, Burt Lancaster, Anthony Hopkins, Emma Thompson

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  1. Irv Cross, pioneering Black sports analyst, dies at 81 https://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/30982530/irv-cross-pioneering-black-sports-analyst-dies-81
  2. I just used the third column, count of unique features. Did I use the right one?
  3. As I just posted a new thread today titled: Digesting and calculating MovieCollectorOH's American Studio Films by years, I think you may find the following American made studio films by periods of time very interesting: 1994 - 2020 60,653 total American Studio Films shown on TCM (no repeats) 1915 - 1959 48,205 films 79.5% 1915 - 1969 55,376 films 91.3% 1960 - 2020 12,438 films 20.5% 1970 - 2020 5,157 films 8.7%
  4. Having read and reread all comments from the thread titled: Started by Arbogast on December 2, 2020, I felt the need, or possibly the desire to look more closely into any numbers associated with total amount of films from certain time periods that have been First of all I would like to shout out a very big thank-you to MovieCollectorOH for providing everyone with the information he has gathered so that I could make these calculations in the first place. MovieCollectorOH’s elusive Old Schedules project listing TCM Unique Features and Repeats Movies only, USA only last updated on 02
  5. Found the following article online. Of course it is from last September... https://www.whats-on-netflix.com/news/what-paramount-means-for-netflix/
  6. Agreed. Even though I still like the way the website schedule looks now. And I do know that I am in the minority on this one.
  7. I think you are onto to something here Top. In many ways, and it is just my humble opinion that many of TCM's viewers may be older and quite possibly living on social security income. Now maybe not a majority but clearly many older people I know do not use cell phones or have expensive computers at home. Many including people like Spence for instance has to go to their local library to access the web. I am sure that many of TCM's viewers do have access to the internet on their home computers where they chat or exchange photos and videos on Facebook, email friends and family members and check f
  8. It is going to be tough sledding for Biden to get his immigration policies approved in Congress. Obama had two full years of both the House of Representatives and the Senate under democratic control and he could not get his immigration goals/policies passed.
  9. Great actor!!! Always loved seeing him play somewhat evil/bad characters. He had a knack of playing those types of roles. And he had a great voice as well!!!
  10. I forgot to mention another one of my all-tile favorite series... Stargate SG1 with Richard Dean Anderson. Far superior than the film the show was based on. Great character development over ten years. And it is on Netflix now. Highly recommend this show!!!
  11. https://variety.com/2021/film/news/tanya-roberts-not-dead-1234878434/?fbclid=IwAR3pXfUIoz80wt1cKZFhEe-W0BRCQ_6wHBgEimUUWNa-kKxu6DOy2_5MCZ4
  12. If memory serves, the Oscar ceremonies were never cancelled during the war years, 1942 to 1945. And that would have been a major event to avoid considering the entire world was engulfed one way or another in war. But, many of the English language films being made back then were highly propaganda/flag waving-like films meant to show how the allied forces were beating back fascism. And many of those films were nominated for Oscars.
  13. This is what I wrote: Since I did watch every series after STNG, I just did not enjoy Voyager as much as I enjoyed the other series. I did like all of the characters except for the Kes character. I am glad she was deleted from the show. Although I think Voyager's story lines got much better after the Seven of Nine character was added to the show. And that is not because of her skin-tight outfit that showed every curve of her body...
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