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  1. Mia Farrow was Tina Vitale in Broadway Danny Rose John Cassavetes was Victor Franco in The Dirty Dozen Ruth Gordon was Mary Todd Lincoln in Abe Lincoln in Illinois So the movie is Rosemary's Baby next: First Sergeant Milton Warden joins Princess Elizabeth's evangelist group but is blackmailed by Marian the Librarian
  2. Third hint: The songwriters are best known for their work with Disney, but the movie is not a Disney production.
  3. Jean Arthur was Calamity Jane in The Plainsman Cary Grant was George Kerby in Topper Ronald Colman was Robert Conway in Lost Horizon So the movie is The Talk Of The Town. next: The Joker claims mental illness to finish his prison sentence at a mental hospital, where he becomes a mentor to fellow patients Uncle Fester, the Penguin and Chucky.
  4. Second hint: In the movie, the song is sung by a Grammy-winning female who doesn't play a character in the movie.
  5. Bette Davis was Joyce Heath in Dangerous Gig Young was Alex Burke in Young At Heart Miriam Hopkins was Lavinia Penniman in The Heiress Dolores Moran was Lily White in Johnny One-Eye So the the movie is Old Acquaintance This is the movie that has the great moment where Bette Davis shakes Miriam Hopkims and then says "Sorry." next: Sally Bowles finds herself attracted to her boyfriend's brother Jim Stark, who feels his father Abraham Lincoln doesn't love him
  6. Hint: The movie was adapted from a classic American novel.
  7. It's "High Anxiety" from High Anxiety (one of my favorite movies), with music and lyrics by Mel Brooks. Mel Brooks serenades Madeline Kahn with the song in the movie and it's also heard again in the final scene before the closing credits. The song also includes the great lyrics "Ooo xiety" and "Hey xiety."
  8. Yes! Both "Something Good" and "I Have Confidence" were written for the movie; neither song was part of the original stage production of The Sound Of Music. Oscar Hammerstein II had already died by the time the movie went into production so Richard Rodgers wrote both the lyrics and music for those two songs. Great job, Princess of Tap. It's your turn.
  9. Judy Garland was Jo Hayden in For Me And My Gal Ray Bolger was S. ‘Sam’ Winthrop Putnam in April In Paris Jack Haley was Orville Smithers in Rebecca Of Sunnybrook Farm So the movie is The Wizard Of Oz The secret from Susan Applegate's past that she was keeping from Eben Adams is revealed by her cousin Elizabeth Blair
  10. "Heigh Ho" from Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs, with lyrics by Larry Morey and music by Frank Churchill
  11. Dick Powell was Philip Marlowe in Murder, My Sweet Warren Wiiliam was Perry Mason in The Case Of The Howling Dog and other movies Joan Blondell was Zeena Krumbein in Nightmare Alley So the movie is Gold Diggers Of 1933 (which is airing next week on TCM!) next: Ignoring Russell Lawrence's advise about women, Senator Anderson falls for Sugar Kane at first sight
  12. The February 1 schedule can be viewed through the link below. (I set the start date as 01-31-2020 for the weekly schedule.) http://www.tcm.com/schedule/weekly.html?tz=est&sdate=2020-01-31 The evening line-up for that day is: Doctor Zhivago (1965) Funny Girl (1968) The Way We Were (1973) The Candidate (1972)
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