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  1. But the Back Street from 1941 also has Charles Boyer but opposite Sullavan instead of Dunne.
  2. I think there are versions of this starring Margaret Sullavan (1941) & Susan Hayward (1961)
  3. I watched what was on YouTube and it looked like Eleanor Powell was among the dancers but I could be wrong.
  4. I can’t imagine that Ben likes West Side Story, but I don’t know everything about him. But a musical? Seems way out of character for him.
  5. She came on one of the TCM cruises. She was a hoot and she looked wonderful.
  6. I’m very fond of wardrobe designed by Bill Thomas. Are you familiar with him?
  7. He looks like Mia’s family. A week or so back, she posted a picture on Twitter of her brother who died in Vietnam and Ronan bore a striking resemblance to him.
  8. No he’s not but just let them pretend he is. Frank’s dead and apparently at least Nancy thinks of him as family. He isn’t trying to scam money because of it. Woody doesn’t care enough to stir the pot & Farrow wants nothing to do with him. Let everyone live in their fantasy world if they wish.
  9. For those of you requesting Leonard Maltin, he hosting an evening of short films tonight.
  10. She was recently in season 3 (I think) of Victoria as well. Such a good actor.
  11. Yeah I haven’t watched the Oscars in years (although I might flip over there for a minute or two at the end.) There are never any surprises and that used to be the best part. I don’t watch any awards shows anymore except the AFI Life Achievement & Kennedy Center Honors.
  12. The film is on the Watch TCM app as of today. A lot of times the wraparounds are included. Maybe look there if you have the app. ETA: okay I just looked and the ending remarks are on there. He doesn’t talk about the movie but the fact that it was one of the films Rob Reiner used as inspiration for This is Spinal Tap
  13. I actually answered phones a couple of years but only at the local level.
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