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  1. I was watching some of my TCM recordings from awhile back and I seen this really cool short between movies. It had the Nighthawk painting (if you google it the picture should come up). and a sign on the outside that was something like. "We're open all night" or something to that extent. Do you know of anyplace i might find it online? Youtube perhaps (but i'm not sure how to search it) or does TCM have a place with all their original shorts? Thanks in advance!
  2. I have around three hundred just on my dvr alone. I've been meaning to transfer them to DVD but I haven't wanted to go through the hassle. I actually pulled out my DVD of "to catch a thief" and it was interesting to see how the tcm format has changed, even the logo in the bottom right hand corner had changed (might I add for the better)
  3. Hi sorry I'm late replying!! But yes that's the one! Thank you very much :-)
  4. Hi everybody, When TCM showed Fatso the other day during one part Dom Deluise starts humming a song, and for the life of me I haven't been able to figure it out. It's the part right before he decides to got to the "fat doctor". Thanks everyone for your help!
  5. @James Thanks for the input! and if this was a birthday like 112th or 107th or some other random number I wouldn't even consider posting this because I agree that it would dominate TCM's scheduling! So I see you're point :-) But I thought since it is his 115th that was a good birthday to pay tribute (then Again I think any birthdays in multiples of fives are monumental ) But again thanks for your input!
  6. If you're reading this and don't disapprove of my idea a simple "In Favor" would be greatly appreciated :-) Again thank you!
  7. @TopBilled THANK YOU for not disapproving my idea (when I started reading your comment I thought that's where it was headed, and I was surprised and very Happy you didn't disapprove) :-) I'll go post this in the "Hot Topic thread now :-) Thank you for the info that May 10th hasn't been scheduled, with any luck TCM will take note of this and the films I listed will be shown *crosses fingers* @Andy Thank you for saying you're in favor! And DEAL! To TCM I'M IN FAVOR OF HIS IDEA! @Everybody reading this thread Please if your in favor or (at the very least) don't disapprove of my idea Pl
  8. Now I'm not sure where to post this so hopefully if this is the wrong area I won't get shot.....But I would love to see May 10th dedicated to Fred Astaire! It would be his 115th birthday. The films that I would love to see in the line up are *"A Damsel in Distress"* with Burn's and Allen's *"Roberta"* a great movie with him and Ginger that sometimes gets over looked by the more popular ones like *"Top Hat"* *"You'll Never Get Rich"*the first movie with him and Rita Hayworth "*Flying Down to Rio"* the first pairing of him and Ginger, and (I believe) the first movie of his to be released (I
  9. I'll agree! I'm not usually a big fan of musicals but something about Astaire just draws me into the movie. In fact He and Elvis (yes I know some people don't find his movies "good") are the only two who I can actually enjoy and rewatch in musicals
  10. Hmmm. Top ten? I'll have to think about that but my top 2 are True Grit (69) John Wayne & Glen Campbell Dodge City (39) Errol Flynn & Olivia de Havilland
  11. I've only watched around 12 Astaire films total, but My favorite is a tie for Carefree or Swing Time For some odd reason I didn't watch any of the Fred Astaire movies during December (for some odd reason, I don't know why, but I only watched the Fred&Ginger one's on Christmas) and now I really wish that TCM would have another Fred Astaire Month! Possibly May? That would be a great birthday gift! What are YOUR favorite Astaire films?
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