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  1. too bad UniversalCrapHead. You are going to get more "complaining and whining" as long as TCM keeps on degrading each month. It's a free country. I can say what i want.
  2. you should of titled this thread : films that TCM has yet to show(and likely never will) :^0 Edited by: TCMfan23 on Sep 23, 2012 3:09 PM
  3. The same old same old this year. Less Hammer and even less Universal stuff. No Bride of Frankenstein ??! It's a crime to show Frankenstein and skip to Son of Frankenstein ! no Nosferatu / no Cabinet of Caligari / no Hunchback of Notre Dame with Chaney / and no Dracula with Lugosi. WHAT THE HECK ARE THEY SHOWING ON SILENT SUNDAYS ? Is TCM being denied access to studio vaults? that's what it looks like here. It's like TCM shelves their films for a year and they collect what the studios left them. I see they're going to show the butchered version of Phantom of the Opera for the 1 m
  4. Too many boring stuff on. It's either that or the same old same old. I'm watching other channels (re-runs of Happy Days and The Waltons) or DVDs. 'Lolita' again ? BLAH ! i can't stand James Mason and his obsessive personality.
  5. because it came out in '62. It came out during the 'classic hollywood' era. The last few years before the fall of the code.
  6. check it out. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=03ji0-rHBEw
  7. It's a wonderful day today. John Garfield from morning to night. And the sexy Lauren Bacall tonight. So glad TCM is showing 'East of the River' again. My DVR goofed 6 months back. I enjoyed 'Flowing Gold'. First time I seen it. Great movie. If Garfield is in it, you know it's going to be good. If Pat O'brien is in it, it only makes it even better. John Garfield was a heck of an actor. To bad there will be no one like him ever again. He was a one of a kind like the rest of the Golden Age stars.
  8. For years , people have said the 1950s was the 'happy days'. Today , people are saying the 1980s were the 'good 'ol days'. What do you all think ? don't say 2012. from what i'm seeing on the news everyday , it looks like the end of the world is coming. riots / violence / unrest , war, murder , global warming , recession , loss of jobs , etc, etc Too many problems today. was yesterday better than today ? Edited by: TCMfan23 on Sep 18, 2012 1:08 AM Edited by: TCMfan23 on Sep 18, 2012 1:10 AM
  9. 2 years ago , I purchased '50 horror classics' from mill creek. The best 20 bucks I spent in my life. I enjoyed all 50 movies. I didn't mind the print quality of most movies. The only one I disliked was the print of 'metropolis'. It look awful. Unwatchable. I don't expect a lot (quality) when it comes to public domain material. It doesn't bother me if the movie shows it's age. Edited by: TCMfan23 on Sep 14, 2012 11:14 PM
  10. I've noticed they're monthly cataogs are getting thinner. They stopped printing pictures in their catalogs that come out every month or 2. I guess to save paper. It must cost a lot to print catalogs and people throw them away. It doesn't matter to me if DVD-r's are used . What is so bad ? I've purchased DVD's from alpha for years. It's the only DVDs I buy. They're silent selection hs grown a lot the past couple years.
  11. TCM's messed up scheduling isn't helping.
  12. FOR ME : it's either Alpha Video or Mill Creek Entertainment. 50 movies for 20 bucks is a good deal.
  13. i'm sick and tired of stuff going wrong. Last week , I sucessfully recorded the movies. Two more pain in the butt weeks to go. TCM's crazy thursday scheduling leaves me to figure out when each shorts ends and begins. Why don't they just say sennett shorts 1916-17 ? why list each short in the schedule ? it messes people up. Next week , I'll probably run out of tape. The week after that , my DVR will either freeze or the power might go out. Who knows. Something bad always has to happen. I have a lot of bad luck. An 8 hour cassette is the only solution. OK , I'll ask again : WHERE
  14. where can I buy last night's Mack Sennett shorts on DVD ? Where can I watch "thirst 1917". My DVR goofed just before the ending. I'm **** off. I hoped nothing would go wrong tonight , but it did. Something always has to go wrong when I record tv programs. My DVR either goofs up and something else happens. WHAT SHOULD OF DID : spend $12 on a 3 pack of 8 hour videos at walgreens and record in my parents' room instead of my room (where I have a DVR). No need to switch videos and no worries about the DVR screwing up. It's been a hard day for me. I hoped for no problems. Right now ,
  15. 3D is nothing new. 3D was around in the 1950s. It's a trend that has come and gone. It was only an idea. What if The Birds was in 3D ? that's all. YOU PEOPLE TAKE THINGS TOO SERIOUSLY. All you guys want to do is start fights. I'm sick of you kind of people. It's like this even on YouTube and other internet boards. You can't freakin' talk to people without some kind of disagreement and exchanging insults. Let's not talk about me. Talk about 'The Birds'. If you think it's a bad idea, just say so. No need to turn this thread into another flame war.m I hate modern films. I h
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