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About sagebrush

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    Life isn't like in the movies. Life... is much harder.
  • Birthday November 24

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    :The gateway to the northern mines, CA
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    Silent and studio era film, musical theatre, clever TV commercials,outdoor recreational sports.

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  1. Happy centennial birthday to Keith Andes, born July 12th, 1920!
  2. It's interesting that the intertitle cards should get the recognition in this film. I'm always interested by these cards. I never see anything in the credits of silent films that gives acknowledgment to whoever wrote them. Are they screenwriters? Are they assistant directors? Are they script men/women?
  3. I caught most of the film last night. It actually wasn't that bad, and I really don't care for Ms Griffith.
  4. Happy centennial birthday to Yul Brynner, born July 11th, 1920!
  5. Finally DRUMS ALONG THE MOHAWK is airing during the day instead of it's usual middle of the night time slot!
  6. Good choice to have Maureen O'Hara spotlighted on August 17th, as it is her centennial birthday!
  7. Really looking forward to this part of Thursday's lineup!
  8. * No August Imports due to Summer Under The Stars programming. September schedule- 9/6- no Import due to special End Of Summer Concert Tour programming 9/13- River Called Titas, A (1973, India) 9/20- Lone Wolf and Cub: Baby Cart in the Land of Demons (1973, Japan) Lone Wolf and Cub: White Heaven in Hell (1974, Japan) 9/27- Black Orpheus (1959, Brazil) Orpheus (1950, France)
  9. I think so, too! I especially like the ending.
  10. * No August Silent Sunday Nights due to Summer Under The Stars programming. September schedule- 9/6- no silent film; End Of Summer Concert Tour special programming. 9/13- Ace of Hearts, The (1921) 9/20- Where Now Are the Dreams of Youth? (1932) Another source of info about this film: https://www.a2pcinema.com/ozu-san/films/wherenowaredreams.htm 9/27- Our Modern Maidens (1929)
  11. HISTORY OF THE WORLD PART 1 PITCH PERFECT
  12. Morgan Freeman would have justly deserved an Oscar for DRIVING MISS DAISY, but Daniel Day Lewis was spectacular in MY LEFT FOOT. Maybe this one should have been a tie?
  13. Welcome, REDBIRD51! I love the August Summer Under The Stars, too! It gives us a chance to see an entire day's worth of films from some folks who normally wouldn't get to be Star Of The Month, like a lot of character actors and actresses or international stars. There really is something for every film fan within these forums. One can get lost for days here! My technical knowledge is pretty 2010's, and in addition, I have a ten year old computer, so I can empathize with you! 😄
  14. Whenever Broadway does eventually reopen, Hugh Jackman is set to star as Professor Harold Hill in a revival of THE MUSIC MAN.
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