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  1. Malden starred in TV's 'The Streets of San Francisco' and made famous the American Express catchphrase 'Don't leave home without it.' He appeared in more than 50 films over his long career. 12:17 PM PDT, July 1, 2009,Karl Malden, one of Hollywood's strongest and most versatile supporting actors, who won an Oscar playing his Broadway-originated role as Mitch in "A Streetcar Named Desire," died today. He was 97. Malden starred in the 1970s TV series "The Streets of San Francisco" and was the longtime American Express traveler's-check spokesman, warning travelers to not leave home withou
  2. Meryl Streep Oscar (Oscar Metres Reply) Clint Eastwood, Film Producer (Mild flop. Re-edit. Cut! Won Oscar) Audrey Hepburn (Nude harp buyer) The Actress Audrey Hepburn (Spurned her chaster beauty) Katharine Hepburn, actress (Spark burns in each theatre) The actress Katharine Hepburn (A tribute: Ah, Spencer thanks her!) Alfred Hitchcock's 'The Thirty Nine Steps (He directs, then, that nice short spy flick.) As Time Goes By (I am Bogey's set) Humphrey Bogart in "Casablanca (Has gal, catchy bar piano number) (Chap by co-star Bergman in a hula) Song 'As Time Goes
  3. I have recently been asked to make Fantasiaesque animated sequence to this piece of music. Any Suggestions? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pt0aLZDiktE
  4. I like Jon Stewart. He really makes news easier to watch. He is very smart but he doesn't act like a smart **** on stage. I agree with his opinions too. Colbert is okay but he is a big ball of annoying and extreme energy. I agree his opinions but I find him hard to watch. The same thing goes for Conan O' Brien.
  5. Henry Fonda- On Golden Pond David Niven- Around the World in 80 Days Boris Karloff- Frankenstein, Bride of Frankenstein Steve Martin/John Candy- Cars Boat's Trains and Planes
  6. Annie Hall (there were tons of better pictures that year Aka. Star Wars, Goodbye Girl, Close Encounters, Etc.), No Country for Old Men (Juno was Ton's Better), The Apartment (As good as that movie is, I really don't think it was best picture quality.), Ordinary People (Terrible Movie. The sourness really starts to get you after a while), Kramer Vs. Kramer ( I don't think that the script was as good as it could of been.), Million Dollar Baby (Again, I don't think it's as good as the other movies that year).
  7. I would give Adam Sandler a big fat NAY! I personally hate Adam Sandler with a passion. He is not funny, extremely annoying, and everything you don't want to see in an actor rolled into one person. Amazing ! I think that he, Rob Schneider, and David Spade have a mission to stupidity America so they don't have to work hard on their material. Seeing their films is like going to McDonalds. It's just terrible. And here comes the real twist, Adam Sandler used to be of my favorite actors . What do you think of Adam Sandler? Message was edited by: Moviebuffer12
  8. When you say it cuts off the end of movies, do you mean by a couple of minutes or a couple of hours. I would check your VCR clock. I once had the same problem till I found out I missed daylight savings time . They usually email me when schedules change from the now playing guide. It seems a bit odd?
  9. I don't know which side to take
  10. What started out as a payment disagreement ended up as a huge fight. So in the end, he punched me in the face and threw me out of his place. Thank god for the fact that there was a telephone near where I was thrown. This is back when I started working with him and I didn't know about his insane temper.
  11. Good Heavens Mrs./Ms. Todd. You could even find mistakes in the holy bible. I knew that Sinatra liked to associate with the mob, I knew he was a violent person (he punched me in the face once, which caused me severe memory damage). That that's why I said I was so surprised to see that for once, he was understanding. I hated working with him, but I wanted to tell one of better experiences with him because it is the 10th anniversary of his passing. You've never worked with him, or met him, so why are you giving me such a hard time. You weren't even there.
  12. The 70's really took everything up to the next step. Society was changing, and movies went with the flow.
  13. I actually don't know. I'm still in contact of the driver of Sinatra's bus so I'll have to ask him. I'm guessing that Sinatra owned the buses but I'm not sure.
  14. It was in 1975. I was part of Sinatra's road crew on the U.S. part of his world tour. For some reason, Sinatra insisted on using Tour Buses for the U.S. part instead of airplanes. So one night after a show, Sinatra decided to take the crew to a bar. I don't drink, so I stayed at the hotel for a few hours. So when we had to get back to the tour bus, everyone on my bus was drunk, even the driver. I didn't want our bus to be stopped by the police so I decided to take over and drive. I didn't know the directions, so I just followed the tour bus in front of me. When the bus in front of me parked, I
  15. My personal favorite is Gypsy. Rosalind Russel is great
  16. Some of my Favorites in June- Gypsy In the Heat of the Night West Side Story Some Like it Hot(Played Twice) Whats Up Tiger Lilly The Gay Divorcee Tom Jones The Music Man It's going to be a great month. Thank you TCM.
  17. Some examples are Moon River in Breakfast at Tiffanys and Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head in Butch Cassidy and the Sundace Kid. But My Favorite moment would be Born To Be Wild from Easy Rider. It Just goes so well with the movie and the backround. What About You?
  18. I have always wanted this to be film of the day. I'm glad I now have the chance. Film of the day 3/25/08: Paris When it Sizzles 4:00pm Stars: William Holden, Audrey Hepburn Plot: The sprightly young assistant of a Hollywood screenwriter helps him over his writer's block by acting out his fantasies of possible plots. Trivia: Tony Curtis was a last-minute addition to the cast, apparently added to the film in much the same way in which he suddenly appears in the screenplay. During one scene, Audrey Hepburn and William Holden compare Frankenstein to My Fair Lady (1964), the l
  19. RUSH HOUR 2!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! OMG! It is wrong to show this on TCM for more than 30 reasons but I can sum them up in 2. 1. It's from 2001. 2. It's terrible. If you're going to play something from the 00's, at least play something good. I'm glad you're respecting the different races in movies but did you have to pick THAT FILM! Sellout's Other than that, I am with what they chose for june. One Film i am particularly interested in is Gentleman Jim. I have never seen Errol Flynn in a comedic role.
  20. Tommorow is going to be a great day on TCM. They are going to play many great war and slapstick films but I would proboblay have to pick the essential for the film of the day. Film of the day 3/15/08 is: The Music Box (1932) 8:00pm Academy Awarda: Best Short Subject (1st film to ever win that award) Cast: Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy Genre: Comedy/Slapstick Plot: Two men running a moving company have to get a large piano up a daunting flight of stairs. Trivia: The mansion at the top of the stairs was not really at the top of the stairs, but was a set on the Roach Studio
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