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  1. Well, generally I love any comedy with Doris Day, they all seem to be romantic comedies... Tea for Two, On Moonlight Bay, By the Light of the Silvery Moon, Pillow Talk, That Touch of Mink. Then there is the Hepburn's, I know they are not related, but... that is Katharine Hepburn, gosh where do I begin? Bringing up Baby, Little Women... and then there's Audrey Hepburn, Sabrina, Roman Holiday, Funny Face, Breakfast at Tiffany's, and of course My Fair Lady. You know, I really like Gigi (Leslie Caron and Maurice Chevalier, 1958) too, it's a silly one, but so funny! I could keep going but then there is all the movies from Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers, Gene Kelly, Bing Crosby, I know he's not the typical romantic comedian, but those from Bob Hope.
  2. I am 23, I love classic movies!!! My college roomates every year make fun of me, tcm is always on in my room. I love movies from the 30's, 40's, 50's, 60's... okay, so it's more genre that I lean towards than an era. I can't miss the musicals, if Bing Crosby, Fred Astaire or Ginger Rogers is on, forget it, I'm busy with the television that night. I guess I lean more towards musicals and comedies, but I love some of every genre. My parents are in their 40's and my dad always loved Tora!Tora!Tora! and Midway, and my mom wouldn't miss a good musical or a holiday classic, so I guess it is in my blood. When I was in high school I had a friend who loved old movies as much as I did, we bonded over popcorn and Doris Day. There is something about the happily ever after that just does it for me. I am going to be a elementary school teacher (soon hopefully), that might have something to do with the yearn for a picturesque ending. I think that the tasteful way movies were presented is something that I can respect and appreciate.
  3. It's a western about a man who is avenging the death of his brother... okay, lol, so that doesn't tell you much. The flashback of his brother's death is him standing underneath his brother who is being hung. He is the only thing holding his brother up, keeping him from his death. The villian sticks a harmonica in his mouth. I know I will kick myself when someone tells me the title, but its one of those things that gets stuck in your head and it drives ya' nuts! Thank for any help.
  4. This is my first time posting on this site. My roommates always tease me for having TCM on all the time. I love these classics and oldies. For me, if its made before 1950 I usually seem to think its better! Yet, I'm so sad that there are so few Christmas shows on TCM this holiday season. I woke up at 6:30am (today, Sunday) to start my schoolwork so I could take a break at 10:00am to watch "Holiday Inn"! Does anyone know of any station showing "White Christmas" this season... it is my most favorite Christmas show, ever! I know I can tape these and watch them anytime I want, but there is something to watching them when shown on TV that makes it part of the holiday season! Oh, I love "Meet Me in St.Louis" too! It's my mother's favorite! And I used to watch "Babes in Toyland" every year with my grandfather, who is now passed away... kind of nastalgic. And any Rankin Bass movie is good!
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