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  1. Clift is the inspiration for the lyrics of REM's Monty got a Raw Deal. Brando is mentioned along with James Dean in Madonna's Vogue along with tons of other film stars.
  2. First actor to come to mind is Klaus Kinski, a monstrous psychopath both on and off the screen. Karlheinz Bohm's character from Peeping Tom
  3. Actually, Three Daughters is an anthology of 3 approximately hour long films based on the short stories of Rabindranath Tagore. When it was released back in 1961, the subtitles for the middle film Monihara were not complete in time for international release and was dropped, so it is the lesser well known of the three films. An interesting side note is that all of the Tagore adaptations Satyajit Ray made into films have women as their central character. I definitely recommend Charulata for viewers unfamiliar with Ray's work. The other two short films being shown, The Coward (Kapurush)
  4. Here is the original seller. They have illustrations for All About Eve, Gone with the Wind and a few other movies
  5. Another site that I frequent started to require people to use images server over Secure HTTP about 2 years ago. Perhaps the TCM forum now requires this after the redesign. It is becoming more common since the major browser maker are tightening up security wherever possible now. When posting images just look for URLs that start with https:// instead of http://
  6. I was so upset by King Kong's exit when I was 5 years old, that whenever we watched it my father had to rewind the tape for me just so he'd be alive again.
  7. The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm has been restored and will be released sometime in 2021 probably by Warner Archive. I have heard that the film elements for Raintree County are in such poor condition that it requires a very extensive restoration and it would cost a lot of money.
  8. I am not surprised Warner ignored their catalog. They have their own massive catalog of films that never even made it to DVD. WAC has been releasing some great stuff the last 2 years. I am glad for the titles we are getting.
  9. Paramount just started a line called Paramount Presents. They've just recently released Roman Holiday. I have also heard that the new person in charge there wants to release some of their back catalog. We shall see how long studios are interested in the face of dwindling sales of physical media. I do think that the Bond titles and the other "big" titles like Casablanca and Lawrence of Arabia would be off the table even then.
  10. It would be interesting to see whether some of these films have been restored or not. Dodsworth got a new scan and was released earlier this year by Warner Archive. Many of the films that are being shown on HBO Max with new scans are being released by Warner Archive on Blu-ray. I am hoping for new restorations of Wuthering Heights and The Little Foxes at the very least.
  11. An interesting wrinkle to this is that the Criterion Collection renewed their Blu-ray /DVD licensing agreements foe Rebecca, Spellbound, and Notorious a few years back and has released upgraded editions of Rebecca and Notorious thus far. Spellbound should be released sometime in the next year or so, but definitely before the contract ends. This lends credence to your theory related to pricing. The rightsholders may not have changed, but their pricing has increased. I am guessing that The Paradine Case is also part of the negotiated package, but that the Criterion Collection just pic
  12. I've found the feed that gets advanced schedules. All hope is not lost.
  13. I too am disappointed with the redesign and the inability to view future schedules. This is a vital part of the website. I am a database developer and I also do some web development. I poked around the new site for about 30 minutes and was able to find this website for their new API. https://api.tcm.com/tcmws/v1/schedule/month/us/est/2020-11-01.json https://api.tcm.com/tcmws/v1/schedule/month/us/est/2020-12-01.json I have verified titles against the Search function and what I can remember of the November and December schedules. It's converted the JSON output to HTML a
  14. Well this not a real fainting spell, but it's the first one that came to mind. Godfrey loves me, he put me in the shower!
  15. I found Arthur Aylesworth's Find A Grave information with a picture located here. It doesn't look like it's the same guy.
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