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  1. > {quote:title=hlywdkjk wrote:}{quote} > *"If you bus my table, Kyle, I'll be sure to leave a generous tip."* > > Even in Hollywood, you don't tip the busboy. You're right, one *tips* the waiter, and *they share* the tip with the busboy. So if one wants to be sure the busboy gets some love, one is extra generous to the waiter! Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ A forum like this is another good way to share tips.
  2. Well I checked with the Roosevelt for their festival rate. It's currently a couple more $$ than Expedia is offering for the same dates. Expedia is offering $175. Decided to go with Orchid Suites, which is budget but has a kitchenette and is located right behind the Chinese Theater. The Marriott wasn't really a choice, because their rates are higher than the discount rates for the Roosevelt. Got a slightly better rate for an upgraded room from the hotel reservation line -- also my card won't take a hit until I actually check in. If you can afford the Roosevelt, that would be my advice --
  3. Thanks for the input Kyle. I had seen the earlier post where someone had replied in the negative for the 'lost footage' being available for *A Star Is Born* so it would essentially be the same copy we saw a few months ago here on TCM. Since you still get admission to the opening night gala party with the basic pass, I think I would 'pass' on the opening night premiere screening. I don't know what TCM festival memorabilia comes with the extra $100, but saving that $100 means I can buy the festival mementos of my choice. Given that there will be 50-plus screenings over the four days,
  4. I admit that the $100 discount by Dec 18th is mighty tempting. One other film that has been mentioned is the preview of the newly restored edition of (I presume the recently found) *Metropolis.* If they really *don't have* the lost footage of *A Star is Born,* I hardly think it would be worth the extra $100 or the hype! Even if they can't get more details on the schedule before the 18th, a definitive yea or nay on that one issue would clarify for me whether to get the second tier (with Star) or first tier pass. Spotlight membership is right out, and I'd have to see a darn goo
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