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  1. October 6th according to [ClassicFlix|http://classicflix.blogspot.com/2009/06/esther-williams-collection-vol-2-in.html]
  2. Cagney starred with Joan Blondell in several of his earliest films. Footlight Parade is the best one, but I think that their pairing in Blonde Crazy (1931) was just wonderful. It's really an overlooked gem.
  3. Anyone else a fan of lovely Alice Faye? All her films were made at Fox, so she doesn't get much airtime on TCM, but her movies show up occasionally on Fox Movie Channel. I first saw her in "The Gang's All Here" (her last musical!), and fell in love with her look and her voice. But before that I knew her from my interest in old-time radio, where she starred in a program with her husband Phil Harris. I sometimes worry that she's becoming more obscure to the public with each passing year, but I'm hopeful her talents will be rediscovered!
  4. For me it has to be Joan Blondell. She's the one who first got me interested in pre-code films, thanks to her scantily clad scenes in Gold Diggers of 1933, Night Nurse, Blonde Crazy, and many other. Barbara Stanwyck is a very close #2.
  5. I went to several nights of the Tod Browning festival at NYC's Film Forum last month. I got to see The Unholy Three (1925), Where East Is East (1929), The Unknown (1927), and West of Zanzibar (1928), all starring Lon Chaney and all with live piano accompaniment. It was a fantastic experience!
  6. I'll have to order this. None of them are Grade-A material, but I do like some of the songs (Mr. & Mrs Is the Name, Don't Give Up the Ship, Too Marvelous for Words). And, despite her shortcomings, I do enjoy Ruby Keeler!
  7. Agreed! A wonderful movie. It even made my eyes tear up twice!
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