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  1. TCM used to show "Our Vines Have Tender Grapes" all the time but they haven't shown it for ages. I never saw the end of it, I wish they'd show it again! TCM ran it in August of 2008, at least, since I watched it then.
  2. I'm going to have to reread the Spoto biography because I don't remember that about the book. I do remember it being Spoto being the first place I read about Mailer admitting he'd invented most of the Kennedy-Monroe stuff to sell books and the role her doctor probably played in her death.
  3. Is there still no inkling about the Summer Under The Stars schedule? Sometimes I wish I didn't know they released the schedules early. I was perfectly content with my first of the month schedule revelation ritual.
  4. I am both saddened and happy that somehow, EVEN THOUGH I PROGRAMMED IT, my DVR did not record this movie. I am a listmaker and completer like no other and now I will probably never ever ever be able to finish the entire list of Oscar Best Actor winners. On the other hand, it sounds like on more movie that I would have watched with the sound turned off while I was cleaning or reading a book. Or maybe even put it on fast forward.
  5. ILRM, you are making me blush! That's hard to do, sugar.
  6. I have one. [OneSharpDame|http://www.onesharpdame.blogspot.com/] I got busy last summer and got out of the habit of posting and then, just like that, another six months had passed. I keep threatening to crank her back up but I don't know, I'm almost embarassed now, it has been so long. edited because I forget about html sometimes Message was edited by: OneSharpDame
  7. Is Elia Kazan's Baby Doll on Region 1 yet? That would be a good one as well. My local Barnes&Noble has a decent-sized DVD selection. I was browsing the clearance bin today and I'm amazed at what gets released and what doesn't. Third-tier Chris Farley comedy from 1993? Yes. Amazing whatever from 1948? Newp.
  8. I love that I have seen nine of those films on TCM in the past two years. I don't have a huge knowledge base vis a vis what is on DVD and what isn't but I know one title I would love to see is Otto Preminger's Porgy and Bess.
  9. Nat, The Verdict is playing on TCM tomorrow night. Fire up the DVR!
  10. Okay. I've hemmed and hawed and talked myself out of participating in this contest for the last year. But I think I'm going to go for it this time.
  11. lz, I agree that TimeWarner probably wouldn't be interested in Universal's movie production end. I do think it would be a good time to perhaps rethink the closing of New Line and maybe move Warner into an "independent" niche label, more along the line's of Fox's Searchlight and use Universal assets to crank out the 'tent pole' movies. But then that might be too much like long term strategic thinking and no one has ever accused movie executives of doing such a thing.
  12. sfp, I wouldn't feel self-conscious about watching a movie a day. In generaly tv viewing terms, that is below the number of hours for average tv watching in this country. I used to feel like my TCM habit needed to be defended in some way until I realized 1)I work from home and keep the tv on for company 2) I actually watch fewer hours of tv than most of the my friends; they watch sporting events, reality tv and lots of talking heads, I watch Ann Miller and Sydney Greenstreet. I think I get the better end of the deal.
  13. One of my favorite documentaries is listed on there, "The Mayor of Sunset Strip". It is a fantastic look at rock music in LA in the 60's and 70's.
  14. I love Summertime. Lovelovelove it. And what do you mean, you don't see how Rossano could find Katharine attractive? She was 47, which, you know, not dead yet, and full of intelligence and curiousity and loveliness that only come with age. And Rossan was hardly a schoolboy himself. One could just as easily ask what she could see in a balding, slightly pauchy middle-aged man. I wish I could see the movie on a larger screen. I've only seen it on my tiny laptop and I'm sure I would love it even more if I could see it in its full glory. And I'm on a constant hunt for those red silk mules. I'd
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