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  1. Great topic...I have a couple of favorites to add. Calamity Jane (Doris Day) 1953: [The singer is a man in drag.] Wild Bill Hickok: She ain't very pretty. Calamity Jane: That ain't all she ain't. The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer (Cary Grant, Myrna Loy, Shirley Temple) 1947 *scene with Cary and Shirley*: Richard Nugent: Hey, you remind me of a man. Susan Turner: What man? Richard Nugent: Man with the power. Susan Turner: What power? Richard Nugent: Power of hoodoo. Susan Turner: Hoodoo? Richard Nugent: You do. Susan Turner: Do what? Richard Nugent: Remin
  2. I haven't seen the new host in action yet, so I can't comment on that specifically, but I must respond to the comment "...Remember, the more that the younger people tune in, the more the classics fade away!" from a previous post. Possibly I'm misinterpreting the comment, but I'm 34, and have been fascinated with classic movies since I was probably eleven or twelve. I doubt a pinball machine on a set will be the downfall of TCM, and introducing new generations to the foundation of movies is crucial to their survival and preservation. I do whatever I can to encourage people of any age to watc
  3. Hi all, I'm new to the boards, and have enjoyed reading many of your comments. My husband and I have also been thourougly disappointed by the programming (or lack thereof) on AMC. We have a Tivo-like device that can help us skip through the commercials when we do find a decent offering, but even so it disrupts the entire flow of watching a great classic film. TCM does such a wonderful job and has such an enormous catalog of great movies, that I don't miss AMC too much. Since they seem to claim that their viewership has gone up, I say all the more reason to support TCM and encourage them to
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