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ClassyCAGirl

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  1. The movie that you are looking for is called Desirable from 1934 with George Brent and Jean Muir.
  2. I'm not a Backlot member, but wasn't the voting between Powell and Warren William? Look what TCM's article says, and I quote: "Through the various phases of his career, Powell maintained an underlying affability and easygoing charm that endeared him to audiences. Throughout December he is celebrated not only as Star of the Month but as the winner of our third annual TCM Backlot Member Vote, beating out veteran actor Melvyn Douglas to stand alongside previous years' winners: Lana Turner and Myrna Loy. " Melvyn Douglas??? Weird, isn't it?
  3. True. Some people just never have anything nice to say and then that ruins of for the rest of us. Who knows, maybe Ben does read our posts. Thanks! I agree, Jean is such a great actress. She is one of my favorites too! I always have my eye out for one of her movies. Hmm... Maybe she'll be SOTM soon. I think it's been a while for her. *)
  4. What I would give to be a scheduler! Hehe. Too bad there isn't someone who actually works for TCM that would post in some of these topics. Then we could talk to the person behind all these movies.
  5. Sorry for double posting, but I was just thinking that it would be cool if TCM could blend the days of the SUTS. For instance, I was looking at Agnes Moorehead's day, and saw that they put Johnny Belinda second to her last movie of the day. Now, if they put that one as her last movie, it could also double as Lew Ayres' first movie. Hopefully this makes sense! (I saw something similar to this idea somewhere else in the schedule, but I can't remember where. :p)
  6. I'm sure Lew Ayres will have many new fans. Like Ginger Rogers said, the first time I saw him, I fell in love with him. He has such a cute and alluring boyish charm. And such talent too! Ooh, yes, George Brent is another star I am so happy to see!
  7. Oh, yes, I definitely agree with you! I'm particularly excited to see Agnes Moorehead and Audrey Totter on the schedule, along with Lew Ayres. I'll have a lot to record this August! Who are you excited about?
  8. I just watched Yankee Doodle Dandy again for the 20th time. Every time I see it, I love it even more. Cagney's energy and charisma just flew off the screen. He's magnificent in whatever movie I see him in. Too bad he wasn't in more musicals. (Not that he didn't play a gangster well!) Could anyone else imagine him with Ginger Rogers in place of Fred Astaire?
  9. I definitely agree that they should have pulled in a Lew Ayres film rarely seen or never seen on TCM. Personally, when I saw he was going to be one of the actors during SUTS, I was hopeful that an old Universal film would be shown. Alas, I should have know better. Anyway, on a happier note, at least it seems like a pretty nice lineup this year, despite the fact that there are a few usual suspects.
  10. Lover of classic movies living it up in California! 

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