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  1. The James Bond films are in the MGM/UA library. Hard Day's Night and Help! are also. A Hard Day's Night was released on Criterion DVD, and their restoration might be the reason that it showed up on TCM. The good news is that King of Jazz will be out on Criterion DVD soon too, so we'll have a digital version of that film. The hope is that someday that will show up on TCM. Actually the Beatles themselves hold all rights to HELP (and subsequent films). Janus Films currently holds rights to A HARD DAY'S NIGHT. I'm pretty sure that TCM showed all 6 of Connery's official Bond movies w
  2. +The Searchers--It is a movie of true integrity, because no one has been victimized by genocidal racism like Diane Keaton. Excuse me, but - ****???+ ====================================================================== I suppose my logic, or my sarcasm, was not clear. The Searchers asserts that the most damning thing about Ethan Edwards is that he wishes not to rescue his niece, but kill her for having sex with Indians. In other words, in a movie that I suspect is strongly admired because it is penance for Birth of a Nation and Gone with the Wind we are asked to focus our sympathi
  3. The Searchers--It is a movie of true integrity, because no one has been victimized by genocidal racism like Diane Keaton. Excuse me, but - ****???
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