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  1. 1. It All Came True 2. Fantasia 3. The Great Dictator 4. Torrid Zone 5. Waterloo Bridge 6. The Grapes of Wrath 7. They Drive By Night 8. A Chump at Oxford 9. City for Conquest 10. My Love Came Back Best Actor: Charlie Chaplin (The Great Dictator) Best Actress: Ann Sheridan (It All Came True) Supporting Actor: Humphrey Bogart (It All Came True) Supporting Actress: Una O'Connor (It All Came True) Titles Watched: 16
  2. Please tell me that we'll hear from you on Glenda Farrell day.
  3. My SUTS: 1. Humphrey Bogart 2. John Wayne 3. Katharine Hepburn 4. Fred Astaire 5. Bette Davis 6. Joan Crawford 7. James Cagney 8. Elvis Presley 9. Myrna Loy 10. Ginger Rogers 11. Spencer Tracy 12. Cary Grant 13. Katharine Hepburn 14. Norma Shearer 15. Olivia de Havilland 16. Jimmy Stewart 17. Judy Garland 18. Gregory Peck 19. Orson Welles 20. Edward G. Robinson 21. William Powell 22. Lionel Barrymore 23. Clark Gable 24. Mickey Rooney 25. Sidney Poitier 26. Gary Cooper 27. Henry Fonda 28. Errol Flynn 29. Joan Fontaine 30. Katharine H
  4. The Warner Bros. fanfare is absent in the movies scored by Korngold. Example:
  5. The distaste for Criterion is interesting. I've only bought three titles from them (Black Narcissus and The Red Shoes on Blu-Ray and Ikiru on DVD) and found them all to be pricey but excellent. The print of Black Narcissus was far superior to what I've seen on TCM. All three are pretty well packed with documentaries and interview footage. Are these the exception?
  6. There needs to be a SOTM for Glenda Farrell
  7. They ARE showing It's Love I'm After. It will air at 9:30 ET on July 10.
  8. All of the movies listed for the 21st feature Ida Lupino
  9. Watched Merry Wives of Reno the other night. Funniest movie I've seen in a while.
  10. I'd rather see more black-and-white.
  11. Guess I'll play devil's advocate here. These are just some of the movies/roles I wouldn't want to have missed out on had these women been at other studios. Ida Lupino The Man I Love The Hard Way High Sierra They Drive By Night Pillow to Post Escape Me Never Devotion Ann Sheridan It All Came True The Man Who Came to Dinner Torrid Zone Kings Row Nora Prentiss They Drive By Night Angels With Dirty Faces Juke Girl Olivia de Havilland A Midsummer Night's Dream Captain Blood It's Love I'm After The Strawberry Blonde Devotion Any of her comedy roles Just to be cle
  12. John Barrymore, Ethel Barrymore, Lionel Barrymore, and Drew Barrymore Julius Henry Marx, Herbert Manfred Marx, Adoplh Marx, Leonard Marx, and Milton Marx Kirk Douglas and Michael Douglas Joan de Beauvoir de Havilland and Olivia Mary de Havilland Shaquille O'Neal and Tatum O'Neal
  13. I always thought they just sold whatever Movies Unlimited sells.
  14. Bogart actually was in a musical: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MueEXgwZjiw
  15. I should've worded that differently. You can certainly compare the popularity of movies from different eras, but that comparison should take into account other factors outside of box office receipts and inflation unless you're just trying to find out what movie sold the most tickets as a matter of trivia.
  16. You can really only make box office comparisons between movies of the same era. Diffrent economic climates, the popularity of television, home video options, etc. have changed viewing habits over the years.
  17. They need to make a new one that shows how you can only see two guys in the three-way standoff at the end of the pan-and-scan version of THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE UGLY. Poor Tuco.
  18. > {quote:title=Arturo wrote:}{quote} > *Ann Sheridan in THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER* > > I don't get the casting against type . . . this WAS during Ann's Oomph phase, and she played a film star with plenty of oomph. And while she hadn't specialized in comedies, she had some zingers in her dramas that she delivered with great timing . . . think THEY DRIVE BY NIGHT, TORRID ZONE, CITY FOR CONQUEST. She usually played tough, down-to-earth working class women. Here, she played an arrogant, pampered, totally self-absorbed actress. It's not as if it was inconceivable that she co
  19. The first examples that pop into my head are Henry Fonda in ONCE UPON A TIME IN THE WEST and Ann Sheridan in THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER, both great performances in my view.
  20. > {quote:title=ValentineXavier wrote:}{quote} > > {quote:title=infinite1 wrote:}{quote} > > > > Perhaps, but the point I was making in my first post was, it all depends who is making it. If a white writer/producer decided to make such a film, the African American community would have labeled it racist, no matter the intent. You know that's the case, that's why it has never been done prior to the two above films. > > I don't agree at all. There was no such outcry that I know of, when Robert Downey Sr. made *Putney Swope*. Other examples off the top of my he
  21. > {quote:title=infinite1 wrote:}{quote} > > {quote:title=tcmsnumberonefan wrote:}{quote} > > http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Satire > > > > For those perplexed by C.S.A. and BAMBOOZLED > > So what is your point? That there are no offensive films, only satires? You can whitewash away drek any way you choose, but you can't whitewash away the stink. These two films stink. Whether you like the films or not is your business, but the original poster accused C.S.A. of being a racist film when it is clearly ridiculing racism.
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