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  1. for those TCM viewers that want to brush this off in favor asking for more of the TCM status quo please read this: http://www.cartoonbrew.com/classic/why-animation-on-tcm-is-important-71998.html
  2. First off, I hope Jerry Beck's night of animation is a mega success I'm tired of animation being treated like it's nothing here on TCM, The last piece of animation shown on TCM was "The Phantom Tollbooth" (in it's original ratio) that aired a couple of years ago anyway, TCM needs to show respect to the cult and camp films as well the films they rarely show have fans too ya know anyway, TCM needs to have a month of it maybe have Joe Bob Briggs be the host of it (for nostalgia sake) The films will be as follows - Topo Gigio and The Missle War (*yes, it's a real film) - The Magic World of Topo Gigio (*yes, it's a real film) - The Fastest Guitar Alive - The Adventures of The American Rabbit (in it's original widescreen ratio) - Hold On! - The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm - Alakazam The Great - The Ghost in the Invisible Bikini - The Girl in Gold Boots - Wombling Free While the channel's name is Turner "Classic" Movies, We need to show these films despite what the critics and the box office deposits say about them otherwise (hardly anyone trust them these days anyway)
  3. I know the channel is called Turner CLASSIC Movies but i think it wouldn't hurt but to have a month of Campy type Drive-In fun like films, I'm talking campy stuff from both animation and live-action TCM should show the following for the month of fun and campy films * The Adventures of The American Rabbit (in it's original Widescreen ratio) * Hold On! * The Fastest Guitar Alive * Wombling Free (import) * 1001 Arabian Nights * Alakazam The Great * The Return of Captain Invincible * The Phantom Tollbooth (in the original Widescreen ratio) * Will Vinton's "The Adventures of Mark Twain" * Yellow Submarine * Thunderbirds are GO! and to end the month -- Dr. Who and The Daleks Please make it happen
  4. TCM please do a month full of films that are B-List, Overlooked and Obscure *Here's a list of films i wanna see for that event* ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Movie Movie The Adventures of The American Rabbit (In it's original widescreen ratio please) The Fastest Guitar Alive Twilight Zone: The Movie Animalympics Hold On! Dr. Goldfoot and The Bikini Machine Alakazam The Great The Phantom Tollbooth HEAD The Adventures of Mark Twain (the Will Vinton film) Blacula
  5. The good fols at the Warner Archive Collection recently released 2 Herman Hermits movies ("Hold On!", "Mrs. Brown, You Got A Lovely Daughter!" and Roy Orbison's only film "The Fastest Guitar Alive" on DVD both are $20.00 and both are remastered Hold On!: http://www.wbshop.com/Hold-On/1000203444,default,pd.html The Fastest Guitar Alive: http://www.wbshop.com/Fastest-Guitar-Alive-The/1000203100,default,pd.html
  6. I'm serious folks, There's nothing on TV that attracts the entire family no more hence why i suggest the return of the TCM Family Film Festival event with the films mentioned in the OP
  7. I want TCM to bring back their Family Film Festival event for 2010 If they do, May i suggest the following films ----------------------------------------------- The Wonderful World of Brothers Grimm Head The Adventures of The American Rabbit The Wizard of Speed and Time Watership Down Tommy Yellow Submarine Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band and to kick off the event.. please do a US Cable TV Premiere of the film "Wombling Free" here's the taste of what hopes to be an instant classic here in the United States: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xM2h6hy7vAw
  8. TCM is airing that great George Pal production "The Wonderful World of Brothers Grimm" in February I wish Warner Bros. or TCM would release this film on either Warner Archive or TCM Vault libraries
  9. I want TCM to show more films classics and new classics *(and i don't mean films from the '90s and beyond)* i mean films like - The Wizard of Speed and Time - Alakazam The Great and Wombling Free (here's an excerpt from the film "Wombling Free": http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xM2h6hy7vAw) and Classic films like the controversal "Let It Be" and even Robert Stigwood's "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Heart's Club Band"
  10. I think it would be great if Turner Classic Movies has an HD channel
  11. I wish TCM would air this film, It deserves this kind of attention http://youtube.com/watch?v=XJ7dmqC4ifc - scene - trailer Message was edited by: CyberFox
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