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About LoveFilmNoir

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  1. > {quote:title=TopBilled wrote:}{quote}They rate the print quality, with an 'A' rating being highest. Most seem to have a 'B' rating. My guess is that many of the more obscure titles have come from television broadcasts, either from the old AMC or PBS. Or from foreign copies and private collections. > > There is a disclaimer that says all the titles they sell are in the public domain, but I do not know whether that is entirely true. For their sake and ours, I hope so! That disclaimer is not true, it is what every site that sells bootlegs does to later claim ignorance i
  2. About this site, lovingtheclassics....what is the source of these films? Are these copies of films from TV airings? What is the quality?
  3. Is it me or did TCM do THREE days of films dedicated to her including today? Or was one a feature in prime time? I can't remember but I do feel like I saw her films back to back to back on two seperate days before today.
  4. I hardly was able to make the connection to Ms Roman's classic film career and Ms Roman playing "Loretta" the owner of the beauty shop in Cabot Cove on Murder, She Wrote. Doesn't look like the same person!
  5. Gordon Jackson was in SCROOGE with Albert Finney
  6. Bette Davis was in MR SKEFFINGTON with Claude Rains
  7. Jeanne Crain was in STATE FAIR with Vivian Blaine
  8. Merle Oberon was in DESIREE with Michael Rennie
  9. Marilyn Monroe was in LET'S MAKE LOVE with Yves Montand
  10. Kevin McCarthy was in THE MISFITS with Clark Gable
  11. Herbert Marshall was in THE RAZOR'S EDGE with Clifton Webb
  12. Jeanne Crain was in DANGEROUS CROSSING with Michael Rennie
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