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  1. The Third Man Bridge on the River Kwai White Heat La Grande Illusion 8 1/2 Double Indemnity Vertigo Psycho The Music Man Yankee Doodle Dandy Some Like it Hot Superman The 400 Blows Casablanca Now Voyager The Grey Diabolique Wages of Fear The Maltese Falcon Notorious Iron Man Bourne Supremacy The Killing Kiss Me Deadly The Manchurian Candidate High Noon
  2. I watch too much tv. Some of my favorites past and present. In random order Sci-Fi/Fantasy 1. The X-Files 2. The Twilight Zone 3. The Invaders 4. Lost 5. Heroes 6. Supernatural 7. Smallville 8. Lois & Clark 9. Forever Knight 10. The Dead Zone Comedy 1. Married with Children 2. Bewitched 3. Family Guy 4. The Brady Bunch 5. All in the Family 6. Mr Ed 7. Modern Family 8. Soap 9. The Golden Girls 10. My Three Sons Cop Drama 1. Third Watch 2. L&O Criminal Intent(Vincent D'Onofrio) 3. L&O SVU 4. CSI 5. Hunter 6. Homicide: Life on the Street 7. NYP
  3. I would love to see Ride the Pink Horse again. TCM hardly ever ever plays it. A very under rated film. It's not my favorite RM film, but it's his best.
  4. I personally would love the month to feature character actors.
  5. Good tribute except they forgot Phillip Carey who died in February.
  6. Joseph Cotten as Star of the Month- Yes! About time. I'm also looking forward to seeing Das Boot, Mr Hulot's Holiday and Mafiso
  7. Yes. I've been on a DVD buying binge Recent purchases: Classic: An Affair to Remember Rock Hudson/Doris Day Collection Destination Tokyo Grand Hotel Modern Classic: Edward Scissorhands Dave Recent: 3:10 to Yuma The Good German On order: The Lady Vanishes Touchez Pas Au Grisbi The Red Shoes Nights of Cabria
  8. Yes- Claude Rains. I'm so happy. Nice to see that Richard Widmark and Charlton Heston each get a day
  9. Wages of Fear, 8 1/2, Bicycle Thieves, Wings of Desire, Wild Strawberries, Fanny and Alexander, Diabolique, Cinema Paradiso
  10. I love W.C Fields. Do you have his boxsets? If not they are worth the money
  11. James Cagney would be good. I'd like to see a month devoted to Joseph Cotten. What would have been his 100th birthday was in May and TCM didn't do a day of his movies like they've done for James Stewart, John Wayne, Janet Leigh and others. Others I'd like to see a month, week or day devoted too: Claude Rains- I don't think he's been featured since 1998 Barbara Stanwyck Alan Hale The Barrymores Glenn Ford Sidney Poiter Rosalind Russell Walter Matthau Agnes Moorehead Edward G Robinson
  12. My favorite director. I love his movies. All time favorite has always been Dial M For Murder His best is Rear Window and Pyscho My top five after Dial M and Rear Window for me is 1. Shadow of a Doubt 2. Notorious 3. Lifeboat 4. The Birds 5. The Man Who Knew Too Much
  13. Phillip Seymour Hoffman, thank you! And that John C. Reilly is great too. I agree with you...the best actors today are the character ones. The only good leads I like, are the ones who started as character actors, like Robert Duvall, et cetera You have taste. I love Phillip Seymour Hoffman and John Reilly. While I do like many of todays actors. I do think characters are better and tend to bring more to the film. A few more I like are Chris Cooper, Brian Cox, Bruce McGill, Vincent D'Onfrio, Giovonni Ribisi, Phillip Baker Hall, Gary Oldman, Ian McKellen and Ian Holm to name a few.
  14. Rope(I'm quite fond of Hitchock) The Little Foxes(Bette Davis is one of my all time favorites) Dr Strangelove Patton On the Waterfront
  15. I don't have that many desires. I like TCM mostly the way it is. This May will mark what would have been Joseph Cotten's 100th birthday so I would love to see a birthday tribute to him I would love to see more character actors/lesser known actors as star of the month I too would love to see more film noir and thrillers.
  16. Alec Guinness- Bridge on the River Kwai Actress- Katherine Hepburn- The Lion in Winter and Guess Who's Coming to Dinner
  17. I love film noir. First I have to say that to me the two ultimate film noirs is Detour and The Postman Always Rings Twice but they are not my favorites. I really didn't care for Detour. The Postman Always Rings Twice is a good movie, but none one I have to watch all the time. I'm not really that fond of John Garfield. There are many I have not seen yet. A few of my favorites- 1. The Third Man 2. Touch of Evil 3. The Maltese Falcon 4. Ride the Pink Horse
  18. Claude Rains is my favorite actor. I have a few of his movies on DVD and tape. I'm delighted TCM is honoring him on his birthday. He's one of those actors that when he comes on screen all my focus is on him.
  19. I'll list 10 of my favorite classic movies and not my top 10 films because they would include modern films. In no particular order 1. The Manchurian Candidate 2. The Bridge on the River Kwai 3. Dial M For Murder 4. Notorious 5. Casablanca 6. The Music Man 7. Touch of Evil 8. Citizen Kane 9. Some Like It Hot 10. The Fortune Cookie
  20. James Whitmore Ray Milland Tim Holt I think Errol Flynn gets credit and recognition for his swashbuckling roles (Robin Hood, Captian Blood, etc) but not enough for his more dramatic roles(They Died With Their Boots On, Gentleman Jim etc)
  21. I completely agree about Joseph Cotten who is one of my all time favorite actors. A remarkably talented actor who never got enough credit for his work.
  22. Actors- Claude Rains Joseph Cotten Cary Grant William Holden Orson Welles Humphrey Bogart Edward G Robinson Sydney Greenstreet James Stewart Spencer Tracy Actresses- Myrna Loy Bette Davis Katherine Hepburn Deborah Kerr Loretta Young
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