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About classiccinemafan

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  1. 37 views and 0 replies. wow. I guess everybody's busy talking about George Brent's rear either that or people just find me boring. Edited by: classiccinemafan on Mar 28, 2014 1:43 AM
  2. It goes to show you TCM doesn't give a rat's tail about what they show anymore.
  3. I watched the Italian and U.S. versions last night. One right after the other. Three hours ! I never got up to go use the toilet or make myself a sandwich. I spent three hours in a dark room. My verdict : Italian version I liked : the order of the stories. I felt the 1st story (Telefono) was out of place, but was a good interesting story. But still a little silly.The American version of the Telephone story sucked and made no sense at all. The Italian dubbing didn't bother me. Some of you already know I'm a fan of Italian cinema. I disliked the ending. It broke the mood of the whole
  4. By what the heck is what I mean by the availability of his movies. Questions people ! why is a good , restored copy of KILL , BABY , KILL not available separately on DVD or Blu-ray ? the film was only included in the Anchor Bay Bava boxset (it's out of print now). The Dark Sky Films DVD release was cancelled before it's release like 5 years ago. All we're stuck with is public domain junk and they're out of print too. So what the heck ?! And another thing that's bothering me is the availability of the AIP versions of Black Sunday and Black Sabbath. I see the only ones available are
  5. Tonight I decided to watch a tape with TCM movies on them. All the way back from 2004. The tape had TCM remembers Ronald Reagan. Back then , TCM put more effort in celebrity tributes. Not just clips from their movies , but different music everytime a celebrity dies. Today, its always the same song with rain falling on a car windshield then the clips. Robert Osborne was hosting The Blue Angel with Marlene Dietruch. He looked a little younger and was smiling more. He spoke faster and didn't look tired and depressed like he does today.
  6. Cult following or not , I don't think the library of congress and George Eastman will never preserve those 'classics'. Let them rot in those vaults their sitting in.
  7. I deleted it because I was afraid it might go against the rules on the board. I couldn't figure out how to delete the whole thread. I pushed discard post serveral times , but it kept showing up on the board's list of threads. so I changed the topic and created a new thread.
  8. What I miss : the one reel wonders intro, the old school feel , the old feature presentation intro for robert osborne , the "this week in hollywood history" thing between movies , the sunny side of life intro in the mornings. what i like about the current TCM : the late night intro with the people in the diner and the jazzy music in the background. LEAVE IT TCM! Edited by: classiccinemafan on Mar 20, 2014 2:29 PM
  9. my list of films : Glen or Glenda (Ed Wood 1953) , Beast of Yucca Flats (worst one I've seen)
  10. The most depressing film I've seen in a while.
  11. I enjoyed The Children are watching more. Couldn't understand the other one. Can't even remember the name of it. All I know is it had Giletta Masina in it. Young too. Edited by: classiccinemafan on Mar 17, 2014 11:39 PM
  12. I don't want to sound rude or mean , but that guest host tonight bored me sick. I don' t care about your new book, just show me The 7-ups.
  13. I hope its the original. Its been YEARS since I seen GOLD RUSH on TCM. Its good to see Chaplin on TCM.
  14. I know that, but two movies ? What are they doing making up for a missed week ?
  15. Did I miss something ? why did TCM show two Italian movies last night? I'm not complaining. Only curious. Was it some director's birthday or some thing ? i enjoyed both movies. I couldn't stay awake to see the second half of The Children Are Watching. I seen the last half this morning 'cause I DVRed it. Before any one responds and says soemthing nasty to me, read what I typed above. I ENJOYED BOTH FILMS. I enjoyed the second movie more.
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