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  1. Hearty congratulations, you picked an awesome movie and your comments were absolutely terrific! The guest programmer week has gotten off to a terrific start!
  2. Oh, the one with Irene Dunne? It is probably one of the best musicals of the 30s.
  3. Yes, he's up next, presenting *Those Lips, Those Eyes*. You can find out more about the guest programmers by looking at the thread he started: http://forums.tcm.com/jive/tcm/thread.jspa?threadID=140648&tstart=0
  4. It's still in the same spot as before, the lower right-hand corner. Look for it every 20 minutes or so during the movie.
  5. Do you prefer the '36 version or the '51 version of "Show Boat"?
  6. I almost missed it at first, because I usually just try not to look at it. But today I noticed they started using a special anniversary bug starting with "The Letter".
  7. I think they're all spectacular. I can't wait to see the one filmlover's going to present, it's one I have never seen before.
  8. I've never seen "Now and Forever", but I agree Shirley looks way too cute there. Mr. Cooper, naturally, looks as handsome as ever. :x
  9. Just read this and thought it was... intriguing and disturbing. March 25, 2009, 2:29 pm Nyuk Nyuk?Huh? Sean Penn Joins ?Three Stooges? Movie By Dave Itzkoff To his allies, Sean Penn is a wise guy; to his adversaries, he?s a stooge. Now they?re both correct: the actor has joined the cast of ?The Three Stooges,? a new MGM comedy based on the vintage film shorts of that knockaround trio, Variety reported. Mr. Penn, who recently won his second Academy Award, for playing the title role in Gus Van Sant?s ?Milk,? is set to play Larry, the wire-haired, Stradivarius-wielding Stooge. The studio is also said to be in final negotiations with Jim Carrey, who will gain weight to play the rotund Curly, and is pursuing Benicio Del Toro (?Che?) to play the irritable Moe. The film is to be written and directed by Bobby and Peter Farrelly (of ?There?s Something About Mary? and ?Kingpin? fame), and is planned for a 2010 release. Message was edited by: marinela_silvouplait because she found a neat photo
  10. That episode was also in the 80s movie version. I never realized it had been done for the TV series, too.
  11. With the Chuck Jones special coming up (tomorrow) and all the promos TCM has been running featuring the Looney Tunes characters, I got to thinking about which ones were my favorites growing up. Almost everyone loves Bugs Bunny and doesn't like Daffy Duck. I am no exception. Those characters aside, I also always liked Foghorn Leghorn, Marvin the Martian, and Pepe Le Pew. Which other Looney Tunes characters did you like?
  12. > {quote:title=rohanaka wrote:}{quote} > And Elwood likely invited him out for one... at that little place.. I can't recall the name of it now.. but he always invited everybody he met to join him there. :-) I believe the bar was called Charlie's.
  13. Wow, that's an interesting place to find photos of famous movie stars. So glad they all did what they could for the war effort. Thank you for posting, Fred!
  14. I have been meaning to watch "Blonde Fever", also, not just for GG but also for the extraordinary Mary Astor. They were both so good, I'd watch _anything_ they were in!
  15. Thank you for that "Crossfire" reminder. I saw it a long time ago, and I remember GG having a fairly small part. But maybe I don't remember it all that well. In any event, it should be fun to watch again.
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