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  1. I absolutely love classic romantic comedies. I think the dialogue in those days was usually very witty and well, excellent. I can't choose just one. But I've always loved Sabrina. And I'm not sure why people aren't considering it a romantic comedy? I know the comedy is light, but I wouldn't know what else to call it. It's a romance. And there's definitely comedy there, thanks to Billy Wilder's excellent screenplay. My favorite romantic comedies? Sabrina The Awful Truth It Happened One Night ...and many others!!!
  2. Wow. Everyone has listed so many great films. There's a lot that I don't know. I'll have to keep an eye out for 'em. Since I'm here, I may as well add my 10: 1. The Maltese Falcon 2. The Big Sleep 3. Laura 4. Gilda 5. The Big Heat 6. The Blue Dahlia 7. The Postman Always Rings Twice 8. The Lady from Shanghai 9. Sunset Blvd. (which is somewhat noir) 10. The Glass Key and an honorable mention to The Breaking Point (John Garfield), which some argue is film noir.
  3. I'm a fan of Garfield!Excuse me, I'm new to this discussion (in fact I'm new to the whole TCM community), so I may not have much to say here. But I'm surprised so many people are saying that Cagney seems to be favored on TCM. Is it that he's favored on the website? Because I've watched equal amounts of popular and more obscure films of both actors (Bogart and Cagney), courtesy of TCM. And I'm grateful for those being shown, because I will say Cagney and Bogart are two of my favorite actors, ever. I find them to be equally great actors and I'm a little sad that Cagney seems to be more forg
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