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Everything posted by Stevomachino

  1. Well done Overeasy! A very deserving win! I look forward to seeing what you do with Challenge 46! Congratulations! And again, a big thank you to LonesomePolecat for hosting yet another great challenge!
  2. As a redhead myself, I wholeheartedly endorse this schedule! Welcome to the Programming Challenge Oneeyeopen. Nice job, hope you had fun!
  3. Thanks so much for the heads up about this being available on Youtube. I had always wanted to see it, but had just never gotten around to it. You're right, it was quite good, and very interesting to see some of the differences between this and the film version. With a run time of just over 50 minutes, they really had to get in and get out while hitting all the story beats, with little to no wasted motion so to speak.
  4. Thank you so much for the kind words, LP! We are sympatico, especially in regards to the section of your quote above that I bolded. That is exactly what I was envisioning with the Rear Window set! Also, thanks for the screenshots from In Search of the Castaways!
  5. Stevo's Notes TCM PROGRAMMING CHALLENGE #45 Week of March 27-April 2, 2022 SOTM: Toshiro Mifune THE ESSENTIALS: The Ten Commandments (1956) SILENT SUNDAY NIGHTS: Pandora's Box (1929) TCM IMPORTS: Inglorious Bastards (1978), The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966) TCM SPOTLIGHT: Stop Motion Animation Through the Years NOIR ALLEY: It's a Wonderful Life (1946) CHALLENGE #45 Challenge #1 ClassiCategories: Appeared in more than one Tarantino film Challenge #2 Animal Actors: Monkeys/Apes & Horses Challenge #3 TCM Theme Park PREMIERES:
  6. Stevomachino's Schedule TCM PROGRAMMING CHALLENGE #45 Week of March 27-April 2, 2022 --------------------------------SUNDAY March 27, 2022------------------------------- Challenge #1: ClassiCategories – Appeared in More Than One Tarantino Film Happy Birthday Quentin Tarantino 6:00am Reservoir Dogs (1992) Harvey Keitel, Tim Roth, Michael Madsen. Dir: Quetin Tarantino. Miramax, 99min. p/s 7:45am Pulp Fiction (1994) John Travolta, Uma Thurman, Samuel L. Jackson. Dir: Quentin Tarantino. Miramax, 154min. Exempt Premiere Noir Alley
  7. Congratulations LonesomePolecat, on a much-deserved win! I know the next challenge will be amazing. It's never too soon to start, so I'm fine with May or June! Also, many thanks to our consummate, gracious host Lydecker for running a fantastic challenge, as always!
  8. 1. Terence Fisher So Long at the Fair (1950) 2. Richard Fleischer Compulsion (1959) 3. Milos Forman Amadeus (1984) 4. Neil Jordan Interview with the Vampire (1994) (hah) 5. Anthony Mann Winchester '73 (1950) 6. Otto Preminger Anatomy of a Murder (1959) 7. Irving Rapper Now, Voyager (1942) 8. Mark Robson The Seventh Victim (1943) 9. Frank Tashlin The Glass Bottom Boat (1966) 10. Robert Wise The Haunting (1963)
  9. 1. Woody Allen - Midnight in Paris (2011) 2. Roger Corman - A Bucket of Blood (1959) 3. Andre DeToth - House of Wax (1953) 4. Blake Edwards - Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961) 5. David Fincher - Se7en (1995) 6. Sam Fuller - Pickup on South Street (1953) 7. Mervyn LeRoy - Gold Diggers of 1933 (1933) 8. Penny Marshall - Big (1988) 9. Norman Z. McLeod - Horse Feathers (1932) 10. Ronald Neame - The Chalk Garden (1964)
  10. Stevo's Schedule TCM PROGRAMMING CHALLENGE #44: “Battle of the B's” Week of October 9-15, 2022 --------------------------------SUNDAY OCTOBER 9TH------------------------------- Films Featuring Wheelchairs 6:00am Night Must Fall (1937) Robert Montgomery, Rosalind Russell, May Whitty. Dir: Richard Thorpe. MGM, 116min. p/s 8:00am Rear Window (1954) James Stewart, Grace Kelly. Dir: Alfred Hitchcock. Paramount, 112min. p/s Noir Alley 10:00am Kiss of Death (1947) Victor Mature, Brian Donlevy. Dir: Henry Hathaway. Fox, 99min. p/s 11:45am Logan (2017) Hug
  11. Stevomachino's Notes TCM PROGRAMMING CHALLENGE #44: “Battle of the B's” Week of October 9-15, 2022 SOTM: Dana Andrews THE ESSENTIALS: Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982) SILENT SUNDAY NIGHTS: Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1920) TCM IMPORTS: Face to Face (1976), Through a Glass Darkly (1961) TCM SPOTLIGHT: Akira and Orson Tackle Shakespeare NOIR ALLEY: Kiss of Death (1947), Out of the Past (1947) CHALLENGE #44 Challenge #1 “B” Stands for B Movies – Universal's Inner Sanctum Mysteries series, and more! Challenge #2 “B” Stands for Bad
  12. I enjoy almost anything by Morricone, but Once Upon a Time in the West usually tops my list.
  13. That would be great! I just got back in town from a work trip and noticed you'd posted the new challenge, and was afraid I wouldn't be able to cobble together a schedule by the deadline. So I'm all for extending!
  14. Haha, yeah, it is a pretty ridiculous scenario, but I guess that's part of the fun, and it leads to the great chanting scenes during Donna's hearing. That was a great storyline in general. Dylan getting swindled by that couple, losing his money and his sister Erica, which ultimately leads to the episode you mention. Their hi-jinks in that episode ARE fantastic! Poor Kelly Taylor...she really did run the gamut of insanely terrible circumstances. The cult, the coke, being burned alive in the fire, the stalker, the murder/suicide attempt by said stalker, the r a p e, the shooting,
  15. It's so easy to get hooked. I'm a year younger than the main characters are supposed to be, so it was released at a perfect time for me to watch through my high school years (and beyond, haha). Yes, DONNA MARTIN GRADUATES! A classic! And although I agree with you about Brenda being incredibly annoying, I do think, overall, that I prefer the first half of the show's run to the last, especially as we lost more and more of the original characters. (I do love the addition of Val though. By far the best of the non-original gang)
  16. Yes! That is one of the most egregious omissions. Hah!! Yes, I agree. It would be an undertaking for sure, but we can cross our fingers. I'd finally get around to buying seasons 5-10 if they did!
  17. Same here. I'm excited to see what she comes up with! Like Speedy, I also have seasons 1-4 on dvd, and the info she gives in the post above is spot on. It really was a smart move to air first-run episodes in season 2 during the summer to cash in on the popularity of the show and keep the momentum rolling. The one thing I hate about the DVDs is the omission of a lot of the original music. Much of it has been replaced with generic tunes (presumably due to rights issues). It's just kind of jarring sometimes to be watching an episode and specifically remember a certain song being played du
  18. As a big 90210 and SbtB fan, I've really enjoyed this discussion, haha! And no, they never appeared together. Brenda left after season 4, and Val arrived at the start of season 5.
  19. I'm a little late to the party, but here are some of the prints I have displayed around the house. They're all reproductions (sadly), but I still enjoy them!
  20. Congratulations Lydecker, on a well-deserved win! And thanks again to everyone involved for putting on an entertaining challenge!
  21. First, I'd like to thank CinemaInternational for hosting a great challenge. Very nice job! And now for the schedules. Skimpole: The standout for me is the tour de force that is your "Musical Premieres from A to Z". That really is an incredible feat. Well done! LonesomePolecat: I really like your "Enthusiastic Fan Clubs", "Animals in the Big Apple", and TV detectives. It's nice to see you honor Robert Krasker too (especially your inclusion of The Inheritance)! And as always, your Disney selections are on point! Lydecker: Your "Julie Doesn't Sing a Note" and "Fred Doesn't Dance a
  22. Wow, that WAS fast, haha! The new challenge looks fun. I'm looking forward to diving in. Also, you've probably already done it, but just as a reminder, make sure to send a PM to the moderator asking to have this thread pinned. I'd hate for anyone to accidentally miss it!
  23. Congratulations, CinemaInternational! I look forward to seeing what you come up with for the next challenge!
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