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  1. IT SHOULD HAPPEN TO YOU (1954) Next: lots of fighter jets
  2. After Norman Lloyd died, I decided to start re-watching St. Elsewhere from start to finish. I usually don't binge watch shows, or if I do, I might look at a group of episodes, or a particular season, but never a whole series at once since it's time consuming. But this show is so well written and played it's easy to watch. I am now in season 6, the final season, and I am down to the last seven episodes. I think the show lost something when Ed Flanders departed at the beginning of season 6. And they remodeled the entire set, since the hospital had been taken over by a large conglomerat
  3. Glad to see you mentioning CENTENNIAL SUMMER. It has never been issued on DVD, and I don't think it even aired on the Fox Movie Channel. So there must be some sort of rights issues. It did air on the old AMC back in the day. It is basically 20th Century Fox's version of MEET ME IN ST. LOUIS, with Jeanne Crain in the Judy Garland type role. Linda Darnell has a supporting part. The parents are played by Walter Brennan and Dorothy Gish. Constance Bennett is also featured.
  4. The Courtship of Eddie's Father Next: Ed Flanders, William Daniels and Norman Lloyd
  5. A TIME TO BE REMEMBERED (A JUNETEENTH STORY) (1997) Next: lots of screen time for Denzel Washington
  6. Have you seen these classic films: 2471. 2472. 2473. 2474. 2475. 2476. 2477. 2478. 2479. 2480.
  7. two thousand one hundred sixth category A special dinner ALICE ADAMS (1935) GUESS WHO’S COMING TO DINNER (1967) MY DINNER WITH ANDRE (1981)
  8. Knots Landing Next: Barbara Stanwyck, Richard Long and Peter Breck
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