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  1. Great format this month, love many of the actors. MCOH pick: You And Me (1938). That is listed under the Sylvia Sidney day, though it would fit just as well under the George Raft day, I don't care - as long as they actually play the damn thing... Most impressive part for me is the immersive visuals using lines, lighting, shadow, prop design, and even Raft's angular facial profile while wearing a hat, as he walks down a carefully backlit fire escape at night. With Fritz Lang behind the wheel, how can you go wrong. The rest is just icing on the cake. Music by Kurt Weil, with a weird jail number. Includes a generous cast of sidekicks and character actors as Raft's gang, and Sidney as his interest. This is a unique, somewhat different take on the "bad guy going straight" story. If you are only interested in the usual cadence stuff of this genre, then don't bother, it wasn't meant for you. If you like offbeat and unusual, then go ahead and watch. I mentioned this one on this forum years ago, interesting to see it scheduled.
  2. At the very least, it makes sense for the cases where they show blocks of consecutive shorts. Shorts blocks are never able to stay on schedule. Of course normal length features are a different story.
  3. That distantly reminds me of this. https://www.britannica.com/topic/Scheherazade-by-Rimsky-Korsakov In response to crummy recordings of folklore, here's a good way to spend almost an hour. With a glass of wine. Everything is perfect about this recording and performance. There are a couple sea themes in here, and in particular at 44 minutes in (4th movement) a boat hits an iceberg and the "sailors" literally yell out (unique to this conductor and performance).
  4. Okay I have downloaded and removed the unnecessary game show audio and associated BS. Here is just the video clip in question. http://moviecollectoroh.com/tmp/Whose Line Is It Anyway S16EP6_edit.mp4 Edit: here is a second clip from the OP, possibly another question/a different movie?? Somebody ought to know these... http://moviecollectoroh.com/tmp/Whose Line Is It Anyway S16EP3_edit.mp4
  5. What clip? Where? Are you able post a direct link to either that clip, or where you harvested these images from?
  6. Okay, maybe earlier posts from this OP did. As in one or more of those pics may have had direct links to an actual website (i.e. pic was "hotlinked"). The OP pics on this thread are just hosted on TCM's partner website for this forum.
  7. Umm ok... I don't get Txfilmfan's apparently telepathic connection to Whose Line, but proceed...
  8. Cmovieviewer is providing an added service to us all. Please allow him to work at his own pace here. If he were to put it out much sooner, it wouldn't be up to date with TCM's changes. No harm no foul. I only take my reports up to a certain point, then it is up to others to interpret them from there.* As I have mentioned before, Cmovieviewer adds to my info during each month, his premieres are more up to date. * I use tables (grids) because in most cases a giant amount of information needs to neatly be conveyed in a basic computer format that anyone can read, and tables are practical for me to work with. Anyhow it isn't about presentation, for me it's just about getting the information out there. No additional software or licensing is required. You don't even need an up-to-date web browser, the standards to view HTML Tables go back at least 25 years. So it has its upsides.
  9. These are IMDB entries up to 1970, known to have a location of "Fontainebleau". These are just the most likely. The search also brought up a bunch of less likely stuff shot in France which I didn't post, but could if need be. I didn't consider any of the other details. 1955 "The Colgate Comedy Hour" (1950) {(#5.14)} 1959 A Hole in the Head (1959) USA 1960 Frank Sinatra's Welcome Home Party for Elvis Presley (1960) (TV) USA 1960 The Bellboy (1960) USA 1964 Goldfinger (1964) UK 1965 The Aqua Varities (1965) (TV) USA 1967 Tony Rome (1967) USA
  10. ^^^ This. ^^^ About once every 6 months or so I catalog all the movies I recently recorded into a master list, just to keep my movie collection "ISO-compliant", so I know what I have and where I can find it. Oddly enough this was shown just this past January! Imagine that... Looks interesting though, I think I'll watch it soon.
  11. The first one sounds like The Gamma People (1956).
  12. It looks as if his departure from Leave It To Beaver had more to do with his getting out of a binding contract and living on the set, rather than quit altogether. He just wanted to get back to living life like everybody else. They did eventually get out of the Hollywood scene and his family moved across the country.
  13. To the OP, I'd be flattered that someone took the time to think of me in this way, even if they were mistaken. No harm, no foul. Certainly no need for an apology, so much as a retraction.
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