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  1. Thanks to both of you for answering my post. I am so glad you included the link to IMDB , slaytonf. I didn't realize something like that was included on their information pages. It took me a few minutes to figure out how you got to that page, but eventually I found where it was. Thank you both for your quick and accurate responses.
  2. TCM recently played the movie "They Live by Night" . There is an interesting instrumental piece of music that starts playing as the three guys are driving away from the bank robbery. It appears they are listening to it on the car's radio. It lasts until they start the car on fire and leave in a different car. It's something I have never heard before. I would like to know the name of the piece and possibly who is performing the piece if known. I would like to find a copy of this music. Thanks
  3. I have been trying to remember the name of this movie for some time. The movie is in a contemporary setting. It will probably never be shown on TCM because of how recent it is. It involves a young man in his mid twenties. He is involved with one young lady, then he gets involved with another. I think they all might be friends. It doesn't work out, for some reason. I think the two women become roommates. Eventually he leaves because I think he just isn't sure which one he wants to be with. I'm not sure this is how the film progressed up until this part. The guy decides to leave. It seems he is leaving for good. He goes on this long treq and the further he goes the more problems he encounters. I think he runs out of money and he doesn't know what to do. So he decides to return to the ladies he left. When he gets back, he walks in and they both are happy to see him. He doesn't explain much. He just sits down. The movie implies that the three of them are now going to live together.
  4. Thanks to all who provided information. The guy (Chaplain ) did a very good job, but there was something strange about him. I think it was that he might not have been a traditional actor. I had not seen him before this movie and haven't seen him since.
  5. I mistakenly posted this topic twice. Can anyone tell me how to remove one of the duplicate posts?
  6. Who played the chaplain in the movie "The Naked and the Dead"? His character name was Father Leary. Sam Croft (Aldo Ray ) walked into the clearing where they were making moonshine. He told Gallagher ( Richard Jaeckel ) that the chaplain wanted to see him. Gallagher walked to another part of the camp, and a man came out of a green tent and started talking to him. Gallagher addressed him as Father Leary. Father Leary told Gallagher that his wife had died during childbirth. The "Father Leary" character does not appear to be credited on IMDB.
  7. Thanks for all of the feedback. This is exactly what I wanted to know. It's very helpful to garner other ideas and information from the experts. You have all been very helpful.
  8. I recently watched for my first time TCM's showing of the Scarlet Empress with Marlene Dietrich. I was very impressed with the movie. I was especially impressed with the quality of the film. In the opening credits it indicated it was from Universal Studio. I would like to buy a copy, but TCM doesn't show it in it's catalog. It is available other places from the Criterion Studio from 2001. Does anyone know if the Criterion version is as well redone as TCM's Universal showing? As TCM continues to reclaim and refurbish old films, I have become spoiled and don't want to settle for a second rate copy. I, along with many other people continue to monitor TCM's catalog to find what has been released by them in a pristine copy.
  9. The movie "Lost in Yonkers", recently shown on TCM, begins with Eddie taking his sons, Jay and Artie, to stay with his mother and sister, Bella. Mama puts up a stink and says they cannot stay. However, Bella, starts making their bed and insists that they are going to stay. The scene cuts to show a train rolling down the tracks, which we find contains Eddie heading south to sell metal for the war effort. What is the name of the music playing while the train is rolling along? The train scene doesn't last long, but it is long enough to identify the piece being played, if someone can recognize it. I would also like to know where to locate a copy of that very piece of music. It doesn't appear to be included in the movie soundtrack. Thanks
  10. Hey,MovieCollector, Thanks for the information. You were quick with that. I would never have found that. Thanks for your help.
  11. Near the beginning of the movie "Gaslight", the Ingrid Bergman Character and the Charles Boyer Character are exploring a long deserted house that had belonged to the Ingrid Bergman Character's aunt. Most of the furnishings and personal effects are still in the house, as the Ingrid Bergman Character reminisces about the deceased aunt. They discover a piano under a cloth cover, and the Charles Boyer Character sits down and starts playing. The Ingrid Bergman Character remarks that this was her aunt's favorite piece of music, and she had it played at every one of her concerts. Can someone give me the name of that piece of music? It sounds familiar, but I cannot place it. Can you help?
  12. Thanks, jimmymac71, Will this be the exact same programming I can see on my current TV service?
  13. I hope I have put this in the correct category to get my question answered. Where can I find TCM if I decide to drop my TV service? I currently have a service that includes TCM. But for people who are streaming, is there a way to get TCM that way? Thanks
  14. Thanks for all the help. I have listened to the Youtube video posted on here and have decided it could be "Paris in the Spring" as slaytonf suggested. It's hard for me to tell. I'm going to go with that idea. So once again, thanks for the information. I think I have my answer.
  15. Can someone tell me the name of the piece of music King Mantell (Fred MacMurray) is playing on the concertina in the movie "The Princess Comes Across", shown on Sept 15? He plays the concertina more than once. I'm interested in the first time he plays it, right after he changes the card on the flowers. It appears to have a Hungarian or Gypsy theme to it, and I would like to know the name of the piece and any suggestions for other music similar to this. Thanks for any help.
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