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  1. I'm tearing up just thinking about the old man and his dog. Is it *Umberto D. (1952)* ? http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0045274/
  2. Yes, very beautiful. That sounds like Abel Gance's *La Roue* (1923). http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0014417/
  3. I hope I'm not too late to vote. It's still Saturday night, about 11:30 pm in my time zone. Congratulations, moderator and contestants. You all did beautiful work. I hope that TCM programmers start using your good ideas right away. I'm voting for _lzcutter's_ schedule. So many movies I like, the Kevin Brownlow-inspired themes, Bessie Love as SOTM, Martin Scorsese as Guest Programmer--just wonderful. Happy birthday, Poodles Hanneford!
  4. Welcome, _DizzyVertigo_ ! Love your favorite star list. :x
  5. Washington: *The Parallax View* (1974) West Virginia: *The Night Of The Hunter* (1955)
  6. Hello. Think you want this movie--not to be confused with an earlier Carole Lombard/Clark Gable movie of the same name and with a totally different plot. *No Man Of Her Own* (1950) starring Barbara Stanwyck http://www.tcm.com/tcmdb/title.jsp?stid=85108&atid=26426&category=overview
  7. Warning: It can be even harder to get the original Eva Tanguay version out of your head. *Eva Tanguay bio at Henry Ford Museum site* http://www.hfmgv.org/exhibits/pic/2006/06_june.asp *1922 Eva Tanguay recording of "I Don't Care"* http://www.archive.org/details/EvaTanguay I DON?T CARE Words by Jean Lenox, Music by Harry O. Sutton Published by Jerome H. Remick & Co., New York and Detroit, 1905 VERSE: They say I?m crazy, got no sense, But I don?t care, They may or may not mean offense, But I don?t care, You see I?m sort of independent, Of a clever race descendent,
  8. Natalie Wood's character in *Love With The Proper Stranger* works in the pet shop at Macy's. ending of *Love With The Proper Stranger* in front of Macy's
  9. *Night Of The Living Dead* (1968), *Black Fury* (1935), *Bob Roberts* (1992) and *Rabbit, Run* (1970) are some of my favorites. (Backing up for just a bit to Oklahoma: I can't find a mention of *The Grapes Of Wrath* (1940) here. It's the Mother of all Mother Road movies, but it's still rooted in Oklahoma. Then there's *Silkwood* (1983), one of the most frightening movies ever.)
  10. Please excuse me; I have many favorite NM movies. I'm also curious about what others consider the greatest ones. IMO: Greatest New Mexican movies: *Salt Of The Earth* (1954) and *Ace In The Hole* (1951) Runners-up: *The Gunfighter* (1950), *Pursued* (1947), *The Man From Laramie* (1955), *The Milagro Beanfield War* (1988), *Four Faces West* (1948), *Lonely Are The Brave* (1962), *The Leopard Man* (1943), *The Harvey Girls* (1946), *Them!* (1954), *Hondo* (1953) Honorable mention: *House Made Of Dawn* (1972), *Ride The Pink Horse* (1947), *Red Sky at Morning* (1971), *The Man Who Fe
  11. This seems to be it, but I don't know how long it will stay up. *March 2008 TCM schedule* http://www.classicmovies.org/turner/turner0308.htm
  12. This short doesn't seem to be on any DVD, but you can watch it in the TCM Media Room. Click the VIDEO tab at the top of this page, then type in "bess" at the search screen on the right, then select the correct title.
  13. One more for New Hampshire? *Affliction* (1997). And, since New Jersey is so important in film history, how about: *Monkeyshines No.1* (1890) First movie made in America? http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0361921/ *Dickson Greeting* (1891) First movie made in America for the general public? http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0241373/ *The Killers* (1946), of course, and then *The King Of Marvin Gardens* (1972).
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