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About FItzMularkey

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  1. Lots to like among all of the schedules from but my vote goes to Bunnywhit.
  2. Never could understand this quaint habit of making a billboard out of one's torso. If you're going to kill someone, do it simply. It does everything a brassiere should do. Works on the principle of the cantilevered bridge.
  3. We can only hope somehow, someway future schedules become available to us. I like planning ahead.
  4. Without Splendor in the Grass works for me. What a stupid film. Everybody's lives are ruined (or they have to be institutionalized) because Natalie thinks she has to be a "good" girl?? Rubbish!
  5. Sorry to see Bette's SUTS dumped in favor of Olivia. It would have been just as easy to honor Olivia de Havilland in September. The SUTS changes are coming fast and furious. First Natalie Wood instead of John Wayne (no problem with that) and now this.
  6. Nobody has said anything about this for ages, so far as I know. As a matter of fact, it seems to me that they have been running far fewer BackLot spots (probably not a great idea to encourage "groups" in a pandemic!) and not nearly as many Wine Club commercials either. The content between films has been mostly "movie-related."
  7. My husband and I are going to LA in a few months and wanted to book a studio tour or 2. The Warner Brothers Tour (advertised on TCM) looks good. Sony (once upon a time MGM,) Paramount and Universal also appear to do tours. Has anyone done any of these and, if so, which do you recommend?
  8. Thanks for the picks and even more for the pix.
  9. Never saw it. Now I think I never will.
  10. Glad to see Juarez and Marked Woman on your list! I think they are overlooked too much.
  11. While I appreciate the artistry, I just can't stand The Little Foxes on any level.
  12. Right you are. But . . . I did put my Bette's Best which should have led you to Miss Davis!! (Heck, I didn't think Bette Midler even had 10 films to her name . . .)
  13. I'm loving this month on TCM and started to rank some of the films that are, in my humble opinion, Bette's Best. Admittedly, a few of these are my "Bette Guilty Pleasures . . ." What are your Bette's Best? 1. All About Eve 2. The Letter 3. Marked Woman 4. Now Voyager 5. Dangerous 6. Old Acquaintance 7. Mr. Skeffington 8. The Great Lie 9. The Man Who Came To Dinner 10. The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex
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