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Bolesroor

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  1. CMonty, the idea of TCM turning more program hours over to Ben Manckiewicz visiting Hollywood diners is a prospect I find less than thrilling. There are enough channels filling up programming hours with disposable "reality/documentary" shows. If you're looking for that type of programming there's plenty on FOOD Network, TLC, A&E, FIT TV, USA, E!, LIFETIME, HGTV, WE, TRAVEL, OXYGEN, and OWN, the Oprah Winfrey Network. I have no desire to see James Lipton interviewing Will Smith and asking him the secrets of his legendary acting career. Turner Classic Movies has traditionally been for CL
  2. It always starts with class acts like Spielberg and John Williams. Then it's two years later and we're watching the creators of South Park being interviewed followed by the TCM premiere of BASEketball. Why exactly is this being played THREE TIMES on the night of it's premiere? It's the old cable identity crisis all over again: TVLand is founded to show old TV programs and winds up showing movies and TCM starts "branching out" into "original series" that may well prove to be the death of the classic movie format. I suggest you keep your eye on the "Master Class" series because this is exact
  3. Wow, some excellent choices... I go back and forth but I'd have to say KEY LARGO is my all-time favorite Bogey.
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