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LKitten16

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  1. Sorry if this was mentioned, I didn't see it. Is there a way to search when a movie will be on? I don't see it anymore.
  2. Shelley has a special place for me, as before I watched classic movies as I do now, The Poseidon Adventure was a movie my mom introduced me to in the early 2000 that I'd watch whenever it was on. Mrs Rosen was my favorite character and I remember one morning my mom told me Shelley had died (I'm guessing it was on the morning news) and I dejectedly say "Mrs Rosen?" Of course I'd watched things like Wizard of Oz and such throughout the years, but I think Shelley was my first favorite actresses. Anyway, basically what I'm trying to say, is I'm looking forward to watching many movies of hers, bo
  3. I was looking forward to Night Club Scandal but it was blocked on Hulu. Darn
  4. I go through the schedule and pick at least one a day, usually one I haven't seen if possible. I surprised myself by picking 7 for Sylvia Sidney. I couldn't decide, so my dvr is getting a workout that day.
  5. There's been quite a few popping up on my list lately, but overall West Side Story Seven Brides For Seven Brothers Guys and Dolls I love the colors, the dancing, and for the most part, the singing
  6. 1 Bette Davis 2 Barbara Stanwyck 3 Olivia de Havilland
  7. This one is hard. I think my number one is safe and two and three are interchangeable depending on the day 1 Sidney Poitier 2 Jimmy Stewart 3 Gregory Peck
  8. I am also disappointed with the horror movie schedule. It's not nearly as extravagant as it used to be, which I enjoyed. I no longer have cable (so no Svengoolie) but I do have a roku, a collection of 50 horror classics and a couple years of old Now Playing guides, so I can hopefully find most of if not everything TCM is not playing.
  9. There was only one Jimmy Stewart film I can't remember watching, so after this year it might go from "never seen" to "rarely seen" for me, in which case I'll pick one that it's been a long time since I've watched. Henry Fonda, Marlon Brando, Humphrey Bogart, and Errol Flynn were difficult too.
  10. Every August I try to make it a point to watch at least one movie a day I've never seen. Of course it's harder for some since certain actors work is more known or shown more often, and to be honest some have movies with descriptions that don't interest me. However I've managed to pick at least one a day. There's actually 49 on my list. I'll be busy. Am just wondering is anyone else does this? Any actors you've seen most of their films? Any you haven't really seen any?
  11. 1. The Little Mermaid 2. Beauty and the Beast 3. The Lion King 4. Tangled 5. Tarzan 6. Dinosaur 7. Sleeping Beauty 8. Aladdin 9. Lady and the Tramp 10. Jungle Book 1-6 are pretty set, moving up or down slightly. 7-10 can change drastically at any point
  12. I love Bells Are Ringing, especially the scene where they're on the street saying hello to everyone, really makes me laugh. Also like Toys in the Attic, Carrie being one of my most hated characters!
  13. Peter Lorre probably was my favorite. A bit unexpected, watched 5 films, enjoyed them all!
  14. I asked in the SUTS forum but so far nothing, so I thought I'd try here. I love the video promo for this years SUTS. Can anyone tell me who has the last line, and maybe where it'd from? "Am I dreaming? It doesn't seem real."
  15. I love the video promo for this years SUTS. Can anyone tell me who has the last line, and maybe where it'd from? "Am I dreaming? It doesn't seem real."
  16. Pre-code or silent! Or horror could be fun, until we get to the bloody stuff lol
  17. Guys and Dolls, one of my favorite musicals
  18. You Were Never Lovelier was on, unless there's another version. I feel West Side Story was purposely omitted so we'd go see it in the theater.
  19. Awesome! An easy way to see which movie and state Thanks
  20. New week, more movies! Going for Band Wagon, Singing in the Rain, Show Boat, Pal Joey, Guys and Dolls, Seven Brides and Million Dollar Mermaid. And possibly more based off the lecture video which keeps happening lol
  21. I'm not a huge Rita fan (don't hit me lol) but this sounded good so I'm gonna give it a go. I'll be back with good reviews I'm sure
  22. Just as the title says, I was watching On the Town (Prehistoric Man) first, and later Good News (Pass That Peace Pipe). I feel like both songs are similar around the dance portions with the beat of the drums and the 'sounds' the characters are making. Chances are a lot of songs sound like other songs, but I noticed this one big time. Anyone else hear it?
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