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About JamesStewartFan95

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    Who's Yehoodi?!!!

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    The Happiest Place on Earth! Disney World? O.K. The Second Happiest Place on Earth!
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    The films of James Stewart, Disney, musicals, biopics, animated films, 1950's films, Alfred Hitchcock films and Casablanca

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  1. Favourite Christmas Movies: Elf, A Christmas Carol (1951), The Muppet Christmas Carol, It’s a Wonderful Life, The Bishop’s Wife, Miracle on 34th Street, A Christmas Story, Die Hard, Christmas Vacation, Meet Me in St. Louis Favourite Christmas Specials: Rudolph, Frosty, Charlie Brown, The Snowman (1982), Garfield’s Christmas, A Claymation Christmas, Bugs Bunny’s Christmas Tales, Olive, the Other Reindeer, Emmett Otter, Mr. Magoo’s Christmas Carol
  2. Does anybody else around here love Peggy Ann Garner? I've watched A Tree Grows in Brooklyn two or three times now and, even though she's only 13 in it, she acts like an old pro. She won the Best Juvenile Actor Oscar for her work, and it was well-deserved too, I also started watching In Name Only starring Cary Grant and Carole Lombard yesterday, a movie where Peggy co-stars as Lombard's young daughter and she's adorable in it. Any other of her films that I should check out, or is that pretty much it?
  3. The Curse of the Cat People is sublime and silly fun. The Sleepy Hollow segment of The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad might also be up your alley, Tom.
  4. What are everybody's favourite first-time quarantine watches? Anybody catch any new films on streaming or take in the annual bounty of TCM's Summer Under the Stars and find some new favourites?
  5. Guess Who? (2005) Next: A movie adaptation of a fairy tale
  6. I saw Albert Brooks' Defending Your Life a few months ago and I loved it! Quite an introspective and hilarious film that would be perfect viewing even nowadays. Plus top-notch performances from Brooks, Meryl Streep, Lee Grant, and the late, great Rip Torn. Anybody else love this movie?
  7. This is my current, but recently un-updated Top 500/600 (?) list! So you be the judge. https://letterboxd.com/rterry/list/cinema-terry-te-ryan-terrys-top-500-movies/
  8. I'm excited for some of the films that I've never seen, and that will be broadcast during this programming series. It's a great opportunity to grow as an absorber of cinema. As for some of the comments, yeesh! Expected, but still shocking. Fedya! Leni Riefenstahl? You seem to now your stuff. But that comment? That wasn't it brah!
  9. What are some actors who, no matter how good or bad the movie is, rarely give a bad performance? For me, these actors include, but are not limited to, Jason Robards, Anthony Hopkins, Edward G. Robinson, Greer Garson and Myrna Loy! Anybody else have their favourite regularly consistent actors?
  10. That’s okay, TopBilled! We appreciate all that you do around here!
  11. In 753, that’s James Dunn with Peggy Ann Garner, not Jack Benny, sewhite.
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