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  1. I have searched a few times online and can find no information about why the dancing and music are not in sync during the first 3rd of the dance scene. It really bothers me. (I am a musician) The music does seem to be in better sync midway through the dance scene. Maybe if I understand what happened to cause this I can deal with it better. It is such a fantastic movie. I love it and I both highly anticipate and cringe at this scene. Anyone have a clue? Naima
  2. Fred, I've seen some of your other helpful responses to people. You are the B. O. M. B. - bomb! Thanks for your time. Now I can order the CD!
  3. Thanks. It is exactly what I was looking for!
  4. There are "key words" below and I know on the homepage there is access to a database of movies. might try there...
  5. go to DB Home (top left screen) and search the database. It is accessible from that page. I was looking for a movie and there seemed to be several types of listings there. just an idea.
  6. Do you know how it ends? In the Turner Classic catalog of movies, I found a movie called Captain Lightfoot. A 1955 COLOR (i must have been watching an B&W TV) movie about and Irish hero. It is the one I am looking I think.
  7. I posted a request for assistance with a movie title and located this on the TCM site. It is the right one if you can tell me how it ends...do you know? It must be the movie I've been looking for...I remember the name but thought the movie was in black and white...MAYBE I WAS WATCHING A B&W TV!!!! 59. Captain Lightfoot (1955) Color (Technicolor) In 1815, Michael Martin, member of an Irish revolutionary society, turns highwayman to support it, and is forced to flee into outlawry. In Dublin, he meets famous rebel "Captain Thunderbolt" and becomes his second-in-command, "Lightfo
  8. Oh, and the boat was a small upturned rowboat.
  9. Thank you for responding. I don't think the movie was new. I was probably 12 years old or so. The setting was in England. The setting date was maybe 1700s?? horses, carriages. I don't recall large ships. In fact, the whole movie may have played out on land. I really don't remember. The star wasn't a rake but he was very cool. His clothing was more like (in laymen's terms)...watered down muskateer with no hat. I know that's not much but in 35 years, I haven't gotten over the sensation.
  10. About 35 years ago, I watched a black and white movie that I haven't seen since. I'll tell you what I recall but mostly I'm asking the question because I remember thinking it was the best movie in the world! B&W: swashbuckling type I think: the main character was on the run in the end. I remember he was escaping people who were on his tail. They were coming near or into the large manor (or castle) where he was. (He may have stopped there to see his woman) He got away in the end - maybe through a window. The last shot was of him coming out from under an upturned boat that was in a
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