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  1. I agree. I love the "B" movies. They were the staple of my sickly childhood. Back in the days of "antenna tv", our local Pittsburgh stations would show these old "B" flicks after "The Tonight Show" with Steve Allen, then Jack Paar. I sat propped up in bed with the vaporizer running with the odor of Vicks Salve permeating my room. This is how I came to know and love old movies.
  2. Does anyone remember the "Carry On" series of British movies from, I believe, the 1960's? The local station in Pittsburgh, PA broadcast them while I was a teenager and I found them extremely funny. I haven't seen them since, so I wonder if they can stand the test of time.
  3. I agree with you. I enjoy Jack Carson but seeing them all in one swoop shows how the formula movie was done. A short gap between these would have made me appreciate them more. I never noticed until then, but "seen one, seen them all."
  4. I would like TCM to show some silent movies during prime time. On Halloween Eve I watched the Lon Chaney festival and enjoyed it very much. I live on the east coast and Sunday nights at midnight don't make it for me. I also enjoy William Powell movies. He is so droll. I know he is laughing at us laughing at him. Many people say they enjoy the short subjects. I do too. Even if I'm not watching the feature film I turn to TCM just to see if there is an interesting short subject. I am rarely disappointed.
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