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aimalac91748

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  1. I have been searching everywhere and requesting on TCM for the 1956 western starring Frank Sinatra titled "JOHNNY CONCHO". Does anyone have any information on the status of this movie? I'm beginning to wonder if Frank Sinatra may not have been pleased with this movie and maybe purchased the rights and destroyed all copies. I hope that isn't the case, but I have to wonder. For the life of me, I can't figure out why the owner of the rights is wasting an opportunity to produce and distribute the movie.
  2. "Brother Can You Spare A Dime" a 1975 documentary depicting the great depression...from human tragedy to Hollywood glitter. I seen this many years ago. It was either on TCM or AMC, I can't remember which.
  3. I would really like to see a day dedicated to the great Ralph Bakshi. He isn't an actor. He's an Animator and Director. I would really enjoy his best work which took place in the 70's and early 80's. His best during that period are: Fritz The Cat (1972) Fritz is a Tom-Cat college dropout trying to find himself amongst everything happening in the 60's. Heavy Traffic (1973) Animated version of the problems growing up in a dysphunctional family in the 70's. Coonskin (1975) A satirical look at race relations in America in the 70's. Wizards (1977) On a post-apocalyptic E
  4. Leo Gorcey. First in all his 'Dead End Kids' movies, followed by all his 'East Side Kids' movies and then followed by all his 'Bowery Boys' movies.
  5. Where have you been? I agree Arsenic and Old Lace is great. They have shown it at least 25 times in the last 10 years. There's this new thing on the market called a VCR. It allows you to tape things off TV to view anytime you want. Instead of requesting movies that have been shown every other month, how about requesting movies like 'Room For One More' or 'Topper'?
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