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  1. I got an email from Sixthman announcing the next cruise for.January 21 - January 26, 2013, with stops in Grand Cayman and Cozumel. Those who went on the cruise last December will automatically be placed on the pre-sale list and will receive info by email the week of April 9th. It is a 5 day cruise aboard the Celebrity Constellation.
  2. You can go to the website and sign up for the WaitList.
  3. Dwayne Hickman (Down to the Sea in Ships) Ooops! Should be Dean Stockwell.
  4. I'm so crazy excited about this cruise! I attended the Festival in Hollywood last month and I won't be going to next year's bash. The whole concept of a film festival at sea proved very alluring to me; so I abandoned plans for another 4 days iin LA and signed up for the pre-sale. I got the handicap accessible room that was my first choice. Almost perfect. Why? Think Titanic and Leo and Kate's location during the "I'm king of the world' scene. Yep, as forward in the ship as you can get; but one mitigating perk is that due to a weird configuration, the stateroom is one of two of the larges
  5. HelenBaby, The actual booking starts on Monday May 23rd. I've got a May 24th booking date also, and I thought that was pretty good.
  6. It's leaving from Miami, but your suggestion about Where the Boys Are and Paula Prentiss is excellent. Oh, we're stopping in Key West. Maybe a Hemignway film, like the rarely seen The Breaking Point with John Garfield and Patricia Neal.
  7. Has anyone signed up for next week's pre-sale?
  8. Some films I'd like to see featured at this "FIlm Festival on the High Seas" Mutiny on the Bounty (1935) Captain Blood The Seahawk Captains Courageous The Sea Wolf One Way Passage Love Affair Down to the Sea in Ships China Seas Ship of Fools The Black Swan Captain Horatio Hornblower Pandora and the Flying Dutchman Your thoughts?
  9. In Festival 101 there were options listed for getting to the Music Box, and a "limited" shuttle service from the Roosevelt was mentioned. I can't find anymore info re schedules, etc. Is there a place on the website to find out the details?
  10. The Music Box is a little over one mile from the Hollywood Roosevelt; this will be a difficult trek for someone being pushed in a wheelchair. Will there be some kind of transportation provided for the mobility challlenged? Taxis, buses and subways are expensive and/or inconvenient. Any info re this issue would be helpful. Thank you, Sazball
  11. Thank you very much for the info. My sister and I think we have a shot LOL! So good to know there's still time.
  12. When will the people whose stories have been chosen be notified?
  13. Thank you, VDOVault and TCM Classic Film Festival for the info. One less thing to worry about and more enjoyment of. the events. Sazball
  14. I will be using a wheelchair for transport to and from all events. What is the protocol for pass-holders in wheelchairs?
  15. A SONG TO REMEMBER Paul Stewart Laraine Day Charles Bickford
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