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  1. What's going on with the cast list in TCM's daily/weekly/monthly schedules? If it was April, I'd think t was an April Fool's joke. Most entries show, not the lead cast, but minor character cast members. For instance, today's (10/19) entry for "Saratoga Trunk" indicates the cast is Helen Freeman, Chester Clute, and Monte Blue, ignoring the leads Gary Cooper, Ingrid Bergman and Flora Robson. Most of the other entires for the month are similar. Luckily, where Leonard Maltin's review is also available, the actual leads are shown, but not all films have this. Scanning for a particular star is difficult with this situation.
  2. Is it just me, or has the dropdown for Day/Month on the Schedule page gone south? When I click for the dropdown, nothing happens - the date stays the same (in both FireFox & Explorer)
  3. I just did a search in your database on a film you showed a few months ago: "Merrily We Live". Although some video clips and TCM articles showed up, the film itself did not. In addition, the film is missing from the filmography of all of its stars: Billie Burke, Brian Aherne, Constance Bennett and Alan Mowbray. Looks like it's been deleted everywhere!
  4. I was looking forward to seeing Bergman's classic "Through A Glass Darkly" on July 28th, but it was preempted by the James Garner memorial. Any idea when it might be shown?
  5. Search comes up "Not Found" regardless of entry.
  6. I frequently use TCM.com to see what films by my favorite directors are coming up. Today, when I clicked on "Claude Lelouch", the area usually containing the upcoming titles is covered up with an apparently non-removable pop-up showing which Lelouch DVDs are for sale. I tried some other names and didn't have the same problem. I suggest you make this pop-up removable in some way (although the new trend seems to be to make the "X" closing button invisible in pop-ups). If the site's primary features are destroyed, there's no point logging in, so the pop-ups won't be seen at all.
  7. Two years since the last post on this, and Woody Allen's 1990 movie "Alice" still shows up as the 1988 Benattar movie of the same name. In addition, "Alice" has now been removed from Woody Allen's filmography.
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