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About garovick

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  1. I agree with you about Dana Andrews in The Ox-Bow Incident. What a great performance!
  2. Glad to see two of my picks - Burt Lancaster and Sylvia Sidney. Great line-up of Sylvia Sidney films. Thank you TCM. I also like the selection of Eva Marie Saint. A Hatful of Rain might be a premier. Glad to see it scheduled for prime time. Over all its a good, well rounded group of stars.
  3. We don't get to see much of Jeff Chandler on TCM. Broken Arrow once in awhile. And that's not very often. I'm not sure, you might remember, did they do a Sunday night double feature with him a few years ago?
  4. Yes it would be nice if they could find a way to get some of those Universal films. AMC used to show Female on the Beach. I might have a VHS copy of it that I made over twenty tears ago.
  5. Donna Reed Tyrone Power Gene Tierney Burt Lancaster Silvia Sidney Claude Rains Helen Twelvetrees Ray Milland Virginia Bruce James Cagney Una Merkel Richard Widmark Marjorie Main Jeff Chandler Linda Darnell
  6. I love B movies from the 30's and 40's. Especially crime dramas and mysteries. You mentioned decent "B" films from 1939. I wonder if you could name a few of them that you had in mind.
  7. It would be nice for either one to have a daytime birthday tributee. They don't do as many of them as they used to.
  8. I would love to see two of my favorite character actors Allen Jenkins and Edward Brophy each get their day. Do you consider their supporting parts to be significant enough to be given Star status for a day in August? And if either one ever had a lead in a B comedy mystery it be a terrific bonus.
  9. I saw The Gazebo a long time ago and I remember it as being an above average comedy and well directed. Plan on watching it again soon with my nephew and his wife. They're both thirty. I'm working on getting them to discover how enjoyable classic movies were. I have sort of a list of "essentials lined up, and I consider the the Gazebo to be one. A fast moving, entertaining comedy. Today's comedies are forgettable and formulaic.
  10. It's also like that with Miricle on 34th Street. I've never seen it on TCM, but it usually shows up every year on some other network with commercials.
  11. June 30th Claudia double feature might be a TCM premier.
  12. Yes, I'd say he definitely belongs on this list. Seems like he was always in character.
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