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QRex

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  1. Is it just me, or are there a lot of Judy Garland movies on tap? Could she possibly be SOTM?
  2. In order: Dial M for Murder (1954) Top Hat (1935) The Red Shoes (1948) Videodrome (1983)
  3. I'm excited for the beach party movies and Liza Minnelli night! Although if I had put together the schedule for Liza Minnelli night, I would have included *Stepping Out.*
  4. I found a link to the article and schedule made when Doris Day was Star of the Month in January; not sure which year. http://www.tcm.com/this-month/article/18533|0/Doris-Day.html
  5. 4) Bette Davis filmed all of her scenes in 16 days.
  6. Wow! I'm glad that *Wings* got such a fantastically special treatment. I might have to get that DVD when it comes out.
  7. After combing through the Wikipedia page listing all of films released from Paramount, there's a handful that piqued my interest: * Morocco * The Sign of the Cross * Any of Alfred Hitchcock's films (Rear Window, To Catch a Thief, The Trouble with Harry, The Man Who Knew Too Much) * Funny Face * Rosemary's Baby * Barbarella * Skidoo * If... * Breakfast at Tiffany's * The Uninvited * Four Flies on Grey Velvet * Foul Play * Mommie Dearest * Clue * Shirley Valentine
  8. I'm bummed that *Wings* didn't make the schedule. Last year, it happened to be on at the same time as the Superbowl, so the TV with the DVD recorder was taken...
  9. LoveFilmNoir, I believe Under Capricorn is on the schedule for January, as part of a tribute to Jack Cardiff!
  10. I am ABSOLUTELY STOKED that TCM will be showing *House* (aka *Hausu*)! I own the Criterion Collection DVD and have watched it with my closest friends, multiple times. I'm eager to learn what movie TCM Underground is going to pair it with.....
  11. This is awesome! But wasn't Cardiff involved with Powell and Pressburger's *The Tales of Hoffman*? I watched it the first time on TCM a while back, and I prefer it to *Black Narcissus* and *The Red Shoes*. Edited by: QRex on Oct 11, 2011 1:34 PM Edited by: QRex on Oct 11, 2011 1:35 PM
  12. "Her later films where she does have a rare lead part are not included in TCM's January schedule. These would be BEDKNOBS AND BROOMSTICKS and SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE" Rats! I would have loved to snag a copy of Bedknobs and Broomsticks. One of my favorite movies that I don't own.
  13. One of my favorite movies, *Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?*, is going to be airing on December 8th.
  14. Instead of Tokyo Olympiad, TCM will be showing The Exiles, The Salt of the Earth, and THEN the Rooney movie. I'm a little bummed, but at least they're showing a documentary to replace it!
  15. I used to own the Alfred Hitchcock 20 movie pack, but I lost it before I could watch any of them! It's around here somewhere. I'm interested in getting the Martial Arts Classics 50 pack, the Classic Musicals 50 pack (especially for *Wild Guitar*), the Legends of Horror 50 pack (mainly for *The Long Hair of Death,* because I thought it was completely unavailable on any medium; also, it contains the 20 Hitchcock movies), the Drive-In Movie Classics 50 pack (for *Jive Turkey*, *Blood Mania*, *The Murder Mansion*, the heavily edited version of Dario Argento's *Tenebrae*, known as *Unsane*), and the Chilling Classics 50 pack (for *I Bury the Living*, *Driller Killer*, *Jesse James meets Frankenstein's Daughter*, and *Cathy's Curse*).
  16. I used to own the Alfred Hitchcock 20 movie pack, but I lost it before I could watch any of them! It's around here somewhere. I'm interested in getting the Martial Arts Classics 50 pack, the Classic Musicals 50 pack (especially for *Wild Guitar*), the Legends of Horror 50 pack (mainly for *The Long Hair of Death,* because I thought it was completely unavailable on any medium; also, it contains the 20 Hitchcock movies), the Drive-In Movie Classics 50 pack (for *Jive Turkey*, *Blood Mania*, *The Murder Mansion*, the heavily edited version of Dario Argento's *Tenebrae*, known as *Unsane*), and the Chilling Classics 50 pack (for *I Bury the Living*, *Driller Killer*, *Jesse James meets Frankenstein's Daughter*, and *Cathy's Curse*).
  17. I own two Mill Creek Entertainment 50 packs (PURE TERROR and HORROR CLASSICS) and I actuallly really enjoy them! I haven't seen any logos pop up on the screen yet, and while some of the prints are poor, some range from decent to good. For example, HORROR CLASSICS's *Dementia 13* print and PURE TERROR's *The House by the Cemetery* print were just as good as anything I'd see here on TCM. I wouldn't recommend any Mill Creek products for someone who is a stickler over quality, but for at LEAST three quarters of each pack being of a decent quality, it's a steal for the price.
  18. I'm definitely most excited for Lon Cheney and Joan Blondell, because I love silent films (I'm particularily looking forward to *Mr. Wu* and *Where East is East*) and Busby Berkeley (I can't wait to snag *Gold Diggers of 1933*, *Footlight Parade*, AND *Dames*).
  19. I can think of a handful: * the haunted house in Nobuhiko Obayashi's *House (aka Hausu)* * Auntie Mame's flat in *Auntie Mame* * Blofeld's Swiss clincial research institute / secret hideout in *On Her Majesty's Secret Service* * Hogan's bachelor pad in *Under the Yum Yum Tree*
  20. If I could own five pieces of film memorabilia, they would be: * the umbrella gun from *Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?* * The Bride's Hattori Hanzo sword from *Kill Bill Vol. 1* and *Kill Bill Vol. 2* * the binoculars from *Rear Window* * the 1964 Chevrolet Malibu from *Repo Man* * Charlie Chaplin's "Little Tramp" outfit
  21. I forgot to add Blue Velvet to the list; how could I miss Blue Velvet?! One of my favorite movies. Here are four more additions that are composed of the most recent Underground movies: * Frankenstein 1970 * Frankenstein Created Woman * The Super Cops * Cops and Robbers
  22. About a month ago I posted on here asking if someone could help me find a list of the movies that have played on TCM Underground; since then, I've scoured the internet and compiled my own list! I have a feeling I'm missing some, so please add any that you don't see. I'm keeping track of both the "headlining" Underground movie as well as the movie or movies that accompany it. Enjoy! 13 Frightened Girls 13 Ghosts A Bucket of Blood Alex in Wonderland All Night Long Attack of the Crab Monsters Attack of the Puppet People Barbarella Berserk Big Bad Mama Billy the Kid vs. Dracula Black Caesar Black Christmas Blacula Blast of Silence Blood Feast Blood Freak Blood on Satan's Claw Bloody Birthday Bride of the Monster Burnt Offerings Carnival Magic Carnival of Souls Coffy College Confidential Convoy Corruption Count Yorga, Vampire Crawlspace Curse of the Demon Curse of the Mummy’s Tomb Darktown Strutters Daughter of Horror Daughters of Satan Death Race 2000 Dementia 13 Deranged Diary of a Madman Die! Die! My Darling! Don't Answer the Phone Door to Door Maniac Eddie and the Cruisers Electra Glide in Blue Emma Mae Escort Girl Evil Dead 2: Dead by Dawn Faster Pussycat! Kill! Kill! Foxes Foxy Brown Freaks Frenzy Futureworld Galaxy of Terror Ghoulies Girls on the Loose Grand Theft Auto Greaser's Palace Grizzly Harold & Maude Head Hell Up In Harlem Hells Angels '69 Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush Homicidal Hot Rods to Hell House of Usher Häxan I Bury the Living I Saw What You Did Incubus Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter Jigoku Kitten with a Whip Ladies and Gentlemen, the Fabulous Stains Legend of Billie Jean Let's Kill Uncle Machine Gun McCain Mad Max Madhouse Marihuana Mark of the Vampire Model Shop Monster A Go-Go Mudhoney Mummy’s Boys Mysterious Doctor Nightmare Honeymoon Night of the Lepus Night of the Living Dead Old Dark House Peeping Tom Penitentiary Performance Plan 9 from Outer Space Poor Pretty Eddie Pretty Poison Psych-Out Psychomania Putney Swope Quartermass Xperiment Race with the Devil Rat Pfink a Boo Boo Raw Meat Reefer Madness Remember my Name Repo Man Road Games Roller Boogie Rollerball Santa Claus Santa Claus Conquers the Martians Scream Blacula Scream Secret Ceremony Shack Out On 101 Shanks Sisters Skidoo Snapshot Sonny Boy Spider Baby Strange Behavior Suburbia Sugar Hill Suspiria Sweet Jesus, Preacherman The 5,000 Fingers of Dr. T The Amityville Horror The Apple The Bad Seed The Beyond The Big Cube The Black Sleep The Boogens The Born Losers The Brain That Wouldn’t Die The Brotherhood of Satan The Cocaine Fiends The Conqueror Worm The Crazies The Devil Within Her The Fast and the Furious The Fearless Vampire Killers The Giant Spider Invasion The Green Slime The Harder They Come The Hitch-Hiker The Honeymoon Killers The House Where Evil Dwells The House on Haunted Hill The Incredibly Strange Creatures Who Stopped Living and Became Mixed-Up Zombies?!! The Invasion of the Body Snatchers The Kids are Alright The Last Man on Earth The Last Waltz The Legend of Hell House The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane The Outfit The Pit and the Pendulum The Rebel Rousers The Road to Ruin The Robot Vs. The Aztec Mummy The Sadist The Seventh Victim The Shout The Spy with My Face The Swinger The Terror The Terror of Tiny Town The Tingler The Trip The Unholy Three The Wages of Fear The Wicker Man The World's Greatest Sinner They Came from Beyond Space Thomasine and Bushrod Tokaido Yotsuya Kaidan Tower of Evil Trog Two Lane Blacktop Two Thousand Maniacs Underworld U.S.A. Vampyr Der Traum Venus in Furs Videodrome West of Zanzibar Wicked, Wicked Wild, Wild Planet Wild Guitar Willie Dynamite Zaat Zombies of Mora Tau Edited by: QRex on Jul 7, 2011 11:25 AM
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