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  1. THANK YOU to [~Moodri] and Talkietime for focusing on sharing up-to-date knowledge of TCM shorts schedule!! And many thanks for taking your TIME listing the shorts schedule on this board!!! I appreciate!! I see from your posts Moodri, that you have found more shorts listed on COMCAST than I have found on DISH NETWORK! DISH of course has shorts listed, however, they are not apparently as accurate and up-to-date as Comcast. And here all along I thought it was TCM who was falling down on the job, meaning, that they hadn't given out the shorts schedule to any cable/DISH providers when they
  2. I would like to send this letter to TCM but I bet it would do no good: "Dear TCM, I give up! I have had 2 copies of your Now Playing magazine sent to my home for years & yet the shorts are not listed - after all these years! (How long has the magazine been available?) I have your channel on 24 hours a day, but I have to sleep sometime... Sure would have loved to see each COMPLETE short with Donald Meek in the S. S. Van Dine mystery shorts as Dr. Crabtree... Had they been listed on the various schedule location, Now Playing/TCM website/DISH schedule, I would have seen them.
  3. It is 2:39 A.M. CST now, Tuesday, March 15, 2011 and all I can bring up is the Monday, March 14th schedule.... So TCM, now what? Edited by: MOVIEOFDREAMS on Mar 15, 2011 3:41 AM
  4. MY VOTE IS TO RESTORE THE PREVIOUS PAGE FOR THE DAILY/MONTHLY SCHEDULE, for this new format is more than ridiculous because IT IS NOT CONVENIENT! Having to slide across the page and click on EACH movie just to get the description for the film is incredibly time consuming! (TRY VIEWING THIS ON AN iPod!! And this Leonard Maltin gauge means nothing to me! I don't NEED his opinion of the films!!! TCM, listen to this, I can TRUST you well enough for showing a film, and then I PREFER TO *TRUST MYSELF AFTER I READ THE DESCRIPTION* -- I don't want Maltin's measure stick TO BE WEIGHT
  5. CasaCinema, I thank you very much for the information showing us how to find when a film will be show once again on the schedule!
  6. I had clicked on DAILY SCHEDULE at the top, next to the tab, MONTHLY SCHEDULE. The DAILY SCHEDULE TAB comes up with a calendar, the previous day, March 9th is not able to be loaded. Thank you for letting us know that at the VERY BOTTOM of the DAILY SCHEDULE screen, on the left if you click on PREVIOUS DAY, you can in fact see the previous day's schedule...NOT CONVENIENT THOUGH...and convenient is what this is all about my dear. This is the age of the computer and convenience. So I shall comment again about the TIME ZONE, for it is IS A BIGGIE, the time zone should STAY when you choos
  7. New day's schedule: Here is a CUTE TRICK TCM HAS PULLED... EXAMPLE: CST time, it is 12:54 AM, and the film, "She's Got Everything" (1938) just started at 12:30 AM. I go to the website and they have changed the day from Wed. March 9th to Thrs, March 10th, and the SCHEDULE BEGINS CST at 7:00 AM, "Smart Woman" (1931). What happened TO THE FILMS BETWEEN THIS ONE AND THE 7:00AM FILM? CLARIFICATION: AFTER MIDNIGHT THE NEW DAY'S SCHEDULE BEGINS AT 7:00AM AND YOU CANNOT LOAD THE PREVIOUS DAY ANY LONGER! ALL MOVIES AND THE SHORT ARE NOT LISTED ON THE NEW DAY'S SCHEDULE SINCE IT BEGINS A
  8. About the time zone...I assume I will be missing many films if I have to click on the time zone each time I refresh my page. Not much use in making TCM a priority to watch if I will be missing the first hour of the film since the new format insists on keeping the time zone of EST when I have changed it to CST time. About the clicking on EXPAND for EACH and every _am_ film.... Have you noticed that each time you refresh your page the "EXPAND" needs to be clicked on again? This causes such busy work for the viewer, and why, just what is the purpose in this activity of making us click to v
  9. Just the other day I was thinking how excellent the TCM schedule pages were, how easy to use, and nicely arranged for optimum information just at a glance...well, that is no longer the case. I have to click on each film to expand to get the description for each film, what a time waster! I would honestly rather scroll than click. This clicking makes it that much more difficult on my ipod to use TCM. I am honestly disgusted. I prefer to be able to glance at the page and see more than just 3 movies. On the previous format I could read 6 count. And may I mention, just WHAT is TCM ad
  10. I am looking for films that have speakeasy scenes depicting art deco of the 1920's. Does anyone have a good memory to be able to recall those particular films with speakeasy scenes done in art deco? Thank you!
  11. Ah, yes, thank you! The voice of Carlos Ramirez makes sense for Montalban's singing in this film! And what a voice Ramirez had! Ramirez always gave a superb performance! His performance in Night and Day (1946) singing the song, Begin the Beguine, really did justice to Cole Porter's work! Such a shame about him, it is written that he gambled away his money, dying at 70 a very poor man. With his voice I have always wondered why he did not do more Hollywood films, especially during the 30's & 40's where his singing would be greatly valued. Strangely enough I had copied that li
  12. Who sang for Ricardo Montalban in Latin Lovers (1035)?
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