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  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. June 30th Claudia double feature might be a TCM premier.
  4. Yes, I'd say he definitely belongs on this list. Seems like he was always in character.
  5. This is interesting. Would Paul Muni make this list?
  6. Neat idea. They have some creative people in scheduling and programming.
  7. I requested "The Happy Years" starring Dean Stockwell about a year ago and it aired on TCM on March 5th of this year. That's not bad, considering that they plan the schedule months in advance and all the work that is involved. That would be a dream job for me - Working on scheduling and programming at Turner Classic Movies.
  8. I still have a lot of AMC on VHS. i'm in the process of transferring to DVD.
  9. Thanks posting these. And the schedules.
  10. Anthony Perkins. One of the best American actors of all time. And one the most underrated. He gives Psycho that extra lift. Not that it needed it. He should have been nominated for an Oscar for his amazing performance
  11. Hoping to see Jeanne Crain and Dean Stockwell for Summer Under the Stars in August.
  12. I agree with everybody. I've had such a wonder experience taking this course. Summer of Darkness far exceeded any of my expectations. Thanks to Richard Edwards, Ball State, TCM, and all the students for making this a fun, fascinating learning experience. The films were great and Eddie Muller was a fantastic host. I wish we could continue this!
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