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  1. I'm cheating a bit here, this is from a stage musical instead. A US/Russian chess rivalry. with Murray Head playing "The American". One Night in Bangkok actually was a big hit in the US. Number 3 on the singles chart.
  2. The Time for Love is Any Time, from Cactus Flower Moonraker, from Moonraker all of the songs from Welcome to LA Be Kind to My Mistakes, from Castaway Love Hates, from Tuff Turf Play it Again, from the Tamarind Seed We’ve Never Danced, from Made in Heaven I could go on all day
  3. It seems odd that none of your best directors directed any of your best films
  4. Yes. It’s the transformation of CBS All Access, and it will feature Paramount films, presumably old and new, along with CBS Viacom offerings and other tidbits.
  5. I wonder if they will be harder to obtain once Paramount plus is launched next week.
  6. I really wish TCM would show The Lost Man from 1969.
  7. I think it probably has to do with the Will and Grace tribute to Lucy. Messing was spot on perfect. She might not be first choice to play Lucille Ball, but she’s a perfect Lucy Ricardo.
  8. Actually, it was remade in 2018 with Anna Faris, but the genders were switched, so that sort of proves your point.
  9. Sounds exactly like the twilight zone episode called it’s a good life, with Billy Mumy. It was remade in the movie with Kathleen Quinlan. Only caveat, in both cases it was a young boy, but the situation sounds exactly the same.
  10. It’s available on Blu Ray. Great quality. Great film. Tour de force by Ms. Rigg. I bet she had fun doing it.
  11. Confirmed. The late 80s vhs does indeed reveal a bit of male genitalia when the nude actor greets Jacy at the pool party. More half than full frontal, but the camera definitely ranges a few inches lower than the dvd.
  12. I completely disagree. I watch TCM specifically to see films from the 60 s and 70s, and I’m thrilled with their selections. From my standpoint, though, they show way too much from the 40s and earlier. To each his own.
  13. Interesting that TCM blew up the image the other night when the guy got out so we didn't see below his waist, but not the girl. We'll assume that's because it was still in prime time... But so much for the uncut part of "uncut and commercial free" (and, yeah, that can be a double entendre). I didn’t see it in its original run, so I’m not sure if your memory is correct, but the official dvd release is cropped the same as what TCM showed, so I don’t think you can blame them for censorship. They just showed what’s currently available.
  14. Chariots of Fire was a much bigger upset. No one saw that one coming. Most prognosticators thought 1917 would win, but most of them also said that Parasite could be a spoiler. And it was.
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