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Everything posted by Marianne

  1. The Little Foxes (1941): Another example of someone intentionally allowing the family member to die.
  2. The Grifters (1990): Somewhere between intentionally killing the family member and just letting that person die.
  3. The Mating of Millie (1948), starring Evelyn Keyes and Glenn Ford. The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad! (1988)
  4. I heard the same about the pilot, but I haven't seen it. Still want to, though! 😂
  5. This is great, Shutoo. I don't mind having Sunday nights devoted to Rob Petrie! And the ads give me a chance to another cup of tea. Don't want to let myself turn into a complete couch potato! I searched for the pilot episode in the list at Uncle Earl's. That's the one that I really want to see. Have you ever found it online?
  6. I finally ordered this PRC Shayne collection, LawrenceA. I have no idea how long it will take to arrive but I hope it will be a fun distraction during these stay-at-home days! Thanks again for the link.
  7. Paulll, I get MeTV over-the-air, believe it or not. There are two episodes of The Dick Van Dyke Show every Sunday night, and it's a wonderful way to forget all my troubles. (Pandemic? What pandemic? There isn't one for at least one hour on Sundays!) Stay well, one and all!
  8. That Dick Van Dyke episode is a two-parter, I believe, and poor Jerry is too shy to play in front of others. (I'm going to confess that I still watch The Dick Van Dyke Show on MeTV, Sunday nights. Anybody else?!) George Segal played the banjo on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson. Both he and his wife played for Johnny. His wife was his age, someone he met at a class reunion, which made an impression on me. He and his wife seemed just like regular folks, not big stars at all. His love story could be anybody's love story, and I took that as a huge plus for him and his wife.
  9. Macao (1952) House of Bamboo (1955) Shanghai Surprise (1986)
  10. I can't resist one more: Come Back to the 5 & Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean (1992)
  11. I have tried, in vain, to find Volume Two of the Lloyd Nolan as Michael Shayne films. Those films can be found on individual DVDs, however.
  12. It Came from Outer Space (1953) It Came from Beneath the Sea (1955) The Russians Are Coming, the Russians Are Coming (1966). The title is in the present tense, but I hope it still fits the category. They Came from Beyond Space (1967) Coming to America (1988)
  13. And there's another Woody Allen film, Alice (1990), that could be added to this category.
  14. Thanks, LawrenceA. I did find this eventually, but first I almost logged on to something called classicflixunderground, and my browser sent up warning flags. I wondered, Can classic film fans be scammed by DVD releases? Maybe!☺️
  15. Do you have any information about classic film releases from Classic Flix? I tried to find a thread for it here at the TCM forums, but I had no luck. It seems that Classic Flix has released a DVD compilation of Hugh Beaumont in the PRC Michael Shayne films. And it really sounds too good to be true!
  16. Mumford (1999) Lars and the Real Girl (2007)
  17. Road to Bali (1952), when Bob Hope demands that the closing credits be postponed so that he can win one of the female stars away from Bing.
  18. Elvis Presley (too obvious?!) Frankie Avalon
  19. Heartbreaking film, as was Philomena. Both just wonderful but tough to watch.
  20. By the Grace of God (2019; France) Philomena (2013; United Kingdom/France) Black Robe (1991; Canada/Australia) Thérèse (1986; France) The Miracle of St. Thérèse (1952; France) The Song of Bernadette (1943; United States)
  21. Have you tried your local library system? I'm sometimes surprised by the old and classic films that I can borrow from the local library.
  22. Film Stars Don't Die in Liverpool (2017)
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