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Jni4Hargis

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About Jni4Hargis

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    movies, theatre, all kinds of nonsense
  1. John Beal, an actor who isn't terribly well remembered, had a career that spanned from his first film, Another Language, in 1933, to his last film, The Firm, in 1993. Many of his films have been on TCM, including The Little Minister -in which he played the title role opposite Katharine Hepburn, Double Wedding, The Firm, and several others. You could definitely make a full day's programming of his films, and, what's more, his birthday is August 13, so you could actually celebrate his birthday during SUTS. Please, please, please?
  2. YES! And they're showing In a Lonely Place tonight, which they don't show often enough so I'm super frustrated. This is happening on my phone app for slingtv as well, though the error code on there is 9-202. I won't be home to catch it. I think this is a TCM issue rather than a sling issue because I can set other channels to record. It probably will not, but I hope it is fixed in time for the movie tonight.
  3. I sent a note to the "Contact Us" section in the message boards with a link to this topic. Hopefully someone will chime in.
  4. Same issue. Only three movies available and I don't want to watch them again right now. Chiming in so I can keep track of updates. My DVR is basically full right now of stuff I want to keep indefinitely, so I rely on On Demand a great deal, particularly since I'm rarely home when the things I want to see are actually being aired. Not happy about this turn of events and I hope someone from TCM responds to explain.
  5. What an exciting schedule! I would have liked it better if they would include one of Niven's Jeeves movies though. And also, how do you have a Dick Powell day and not show Gold Diggers of 1933? That's the best movie he was ever in.
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