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  1. 1. Ingrid Bergman 2. Lana Turner 3. Rita Hayworth Others: Patricia Dane, Virginia Mayo, Jean Peters, Ann Rutherford, Susan Hayward Message was edited to change listing
  2. I would agree that some of his major movies should be included, but I would also like to see the movies that I haven't seen and are not available on DVD. I find it annoying when there is a star's birthday and all we see is the same popular movies we've seen a thousand times. Sure, include some, but obsure titles that will never see a DVD release may provide our only chance to ever see them.
  3. I agree completely. I watch a minimum 4 hours a day of TCM, often more. It is always the first channel I check to see what's on. Thank you TCMprogrammer for being on the boards and letting us know what's going on.
  4. I vaguely remember a movie I saw as a child in the early sixties where the devil was thwarting Santa's attempts at delivering presents. One scene had the devil heating up a doornob until it turned red hot. Can anyone tell me what it was?
  5. Who owns the rights to the them? I see them spread around on different channels. They would be a great addition to the TCM library.
  6. 1. Buy the rights to EVERY American movie made between 1930 and 1959. 2. Make their entire library on-demand so I could watch any TCM movie whenever I want.
  7. My young son thinks B/W is bland. He says "old movies are boring", but he won't sit and watch one. The lack of color just turns him off. I think phobia is definitely the wrong word. No one fears it, they just find it unappealing.
  8. Does TCM also hold the rights to put the movies in their library on DVD and sell them?
  9. Hmmm...now I will have to really think about that. I like the idea of keeping a running list of my top movies..until then, here are some I like off the top of my head: 1. Night of the Hunter 2. The Big Carnival (Ace in the Hole) 3. The Furies 4. Red River 5. Apollo 13 6. Bringing Up Baby 7. The Grapes of Wrath 8. Cape Fear (original) 9. Bend of the River 10. The Killers (1946)
  10. Thanks for showing the Falcon series episodes. I really enjoyed them. Please show the rest of them soon. Craig
  11. The Big Carnival aka The Human Interest Story with Kirk Douglas.
  12. Many thanks to TCM for showing some of the movie series. I enjoyed seeing the Andy Hardy, Dr. Kildare, Torchy Blane, etc series back-to-back. I'm also pleased to see that you have scheduled several of the Falcon movies in September. I think having back-to-back series once a month is a great idea. How about the Saint movies...more of those. George Sanders is great. Also, get the rights to Blondie and Boston ****. I think the 28 Blondie movies are rotting in AMC's film library. Oops, sorry, don't want to start down THAT road
  13. Yes...Happy Anniversary to TCM and Robert Osborne! I watched the Ann Miller interview this morning before heading to work....very good! TCM is the first channel I always check when turning on the tube. Only if its something I've seen or not interested in do I consider checking out other channels. It's kind of like my "homepage" on the TV.
  14. Is it Allison Hayes? http://www.briansdriveintheater.com/allison/allisonhayes9.jpg
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