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  1. As I recall, the word was that they wanted her to come back after the pregnancy, but she wanted changes in the character, to be more complex and less naive and goody, goody. The producers wanted the same old Vicki, so it never happened.
  2. They don’t usually air hard R rated movies in the early, or even late, afternoon. And this one is pretty hard, as I recall.
  3. What are they thinking? This is pretty racy stuff, usually reserved for the wee hours of the morning. Anyone who unknowingly tunes in expecting a family friendly comedy is in for quite the surprise. Not that it bothers me, but it is surprising.
  4. The amazing thing, I think, is that that was her real name. It seems too perfect not to be staged. I’ll never forget her from Heat.
  5. I prefer the narration; also, the European cut, which is much more graphic.
  6. That question is pretty much answered in 2049, which I thought was horribly underrated, or at least under appreciated by the movie going public
  7. Have you tried to login to watch TCM with your Hulu credentials? They’re listed as a provider.
  8. Must be your cable provider. They’re all streaming on Watch TCM for me except Bonfire, which is on HBOMax.
  9. Dressed to Kill is his masterpiece, imho. It’s batsh*t crazy, but gorgeously filmed, and one of the few Hitchcock homages that manages to honor and mimic but also to transform in strange new directions. And Angie Dickinson! Runner up status to Obsession, though. Terribly underrated. Finally, Body Double. If the powers that be had allowed him to hire Traci Lords, we might not have ever had Melanie Griffith as we know her today.
  10. It’s the aspect ratio. The vhs tape of Picture Show has more genitalia, but TCM didn’t trim any scenes. There’s a recent book on Cowboy that clarifies that the X rating was just a promotional stunt. The ratings board didn’t really think it was an X.
  11. See above. Completely agree, but it should be the director’s cut. The theatrical release was butchered and somewhat incomprehensible.
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