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  1. I love a good cringe as much as anyone however, I had to draw the line at NOTHING BUT TROUBLE 1991, ABSOLUTE WORST!!! On a Siskel and Ebert scale I'd give it the middle finger, sideways! The first film that I ever walked out on, there is absolutely no redeemingly value to this piece of celluloid waste whatsoever. It's a race too close to call when you pit it against the Mel Brooks stinkfest DRACULA DEAD AND LOVING IT, I walked out on this film as well, at the dollar theatre no less...worst buck ever spent! Mel, if ever we meet you owe me a greenback!!!!!!
  2. Having the same problem, anyone know how to contact TCM's I.T. department???
  3. Great Double Feature Sun May 22nd starting at 12:30 PM at The Missouri History Museum in the Lee Auditorium, all part of The Vincentennial Celebration happening all this month in St. Louis. There more details at The Vincentennial website
  4. Spillaine!!! As an avid reader of the Mike Hammer novels I felt he captured the spirit of the character best because as the author he had the truest insight. I still want to see Biff Elliot's portrayal of Hammer in the 50's version of I The Jury. I can't take away from the movie Kiss Me Deadly as a standout film however, not the greatest adaptation of the novel. Stacy Keach is my fave television actor to portray Mike Hammer, I just wish they could have made a film adaption of one of the novels with Keach during his time in the role I felt Osborne's comment last night about "Spillaine real
  5. Located at 3648 Washington Boulevard in Saint Louis Mo. I just attended the galla opening of the exhibit last night, a wonderful collection of Vincent Price memorabilla, heirlooms and personal artifacts. It kicks of the VINCENTENNIAL Celebration of Mr. Price's 100th birthday who was born in St. Louis on May 27th 1911.
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