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uncle charlie

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  1. I’d never heard of Lolly Madonna XXX. After reading up on it, I’d love to see it. I would guess this is Robert Ryan’s last movie?
  2. "The Boy With Green Hair" always kinda grabbed me.
  3. I was watching a few episodes yesterday and noticed the 25 minute runtime but I felt like it was because they were showing less commercials - until I watched “The Howling Man”. In the crucial scene where he frees the Devil, they cut the Devil’s long walk across the room. In the uncut version, he starts out as a man and walks past a number of posts. Each time he passes a post, his appearance changes slightly to look more and more like the Devil until he reaches the window and spins around completely transformed into Satan. In last night’s airing, he goes from innocent prisoner to the Devil in
  4. But he couldn't fix a hole in a boat...
  5. Someone has to remember “The House Without a Christmas Tree”. TV movie from the early ‘70s. Jason Robards stars as a bitter widowed father. I think it was shown annually in the 1970’s.
  6. I'm another lurker - often reading, rarely posting. I've actually been around a long time. At some point several years ago, I forgot/lost my login info, couldn't get back on and eventually re-registered as a second iteration of uncle charlie. I posted a lot more often back then - many times going toe to toe with the late great Fred C Dobbs in the trivia threads. These days I mostly check the Noir Alley thread, the obit thread and I poke around in the Information Please thread hoping I can solve someone's mystery. I'm guessing there are many others like dianedebuda and I.
  7. I didn't see the Mueller's intro but the wrap-up was identical to the wrap from two years ago.
  8. It could be an episode of Rod Serling's "The Sixth Sense" called "The Eyes That Wouldn't Die". A blind woman receives an eye transplant from a woman who was murdered and soon has visions of the murderer. Tom Bosley is in this episode
  9. Cary Grant Alistair Sim Bob Hope Peter Cushing David Niven Peter Sellers John Cleese George Sanders Peter Cook Dudley Moore
  10. My list of hopefuls: Virginia Mayo James Whitmore Burgess Meredith Karl Malden Teresa Wright
  11. I was 12 years old when Star Wars came out. My friends and I couldn’t wait to see it. Going to the movies was a rare treat for us back then and I had yet to see a movie I didn’t like - until Star Wars. I remember walking out of the Summit Park cinema in Wheatfield, NY being annoyed because I thought the movie was so slow and boring. I realize that I’m waaaay in the minority here but it just didn’t do anything for me. To this day, I‘ve never re-visited the movie nor have I watched any of the bazillion sequels and prequels. I will admit to collecting all the stupid collectibles that followed
  12. Not a classic TCM movie nor a b/w movie but that exact exchange happened between Henry Hill (Ray Liotta) and Karen Hill (Lorraine Bracco) in "Goodfellas" .
  13. Yeah but they only paid a dime for it in the first place.
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