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About jinsinna13

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  1. TopBilled, I know exactly what you mean. The majority of the people I put in my wish list are either underrated, people we don't see all that often, or ignored completely. I feel bad for people who fall into the last category like Robert Young. The "popular kids" of TCM need to step aside once in a while.
  2. Disappointed about Robert Vaughn not being honored for the fourth year in a row. On the bright side, I'm glad to see Goldie Hawn, Ann Miller, William Powell, Steve McQueen, and Burt Lancaster honored. "Too Darn Hot" will be perfect for this year's SUTS because it'll be too hot outside by then...if you know what I mean.
  3. I grew up watching both classic TV shows and cartoons, so that's why I had to separate the two into two different posts.
  4. Cartoons The Simpsons Hey Arnold! Arthur Clifford The Big Red Dog (the original with John Ritter as the voice of Clifford) Hamtaro (Clip below)
  5. I will have two separate posts for live-action and cartoons. Live-Action The Dick Van Dyke Show Mary Tyler Moore The Bob Newhart Show The Andy Griffith Show Night Court (I still miss Harry Anderson) Lost in Space The A-Team The Rockford Files Will & Grace
  6. While The City Sleeps (1956) Edward Mobley (Dana Andrews) seduces Walter Kyne (Vincent Price) in order for Walter to consider his friend and colleague, John Day Griffith (Thomas Mitchell), for the position of Executive Director.
  7. The 1983 feature film adaption of The Outsiders. I first saw the movie in middle school and have watched it many times since then. It's a must in my book. TCM has only played it once, back in 2001, so I'd welcome its return. I've only seen the final cut of Blade Runner, so I'd have to pick that version.
  8. Dead Poets Society Stand By Me Running on Empty The Outsiders The Odd Couple Days of Wine and Roses Casablanca Blade Runner The Shining Poltergeist Brokeback Mountain That Thing You Do!
  9. I agree with you about the first two. I'm not a big fan of horror movies, but I watched The Shining in high school and liked it. Nobody can deny it's a horror classic. I'm actually a little surprised Blade Runner has never been on TCM. They should've played it when honoring Rutger Hauer last December. Plus, his "All those moments will be lost in time, like tears in rain" makes me melt inside every time I hear it.
  10. Boris Karloff - How the Grinch Stole Christmas Basil Rathbone - Crossroads (the one with William Powell and Hedy Lamarr; not the Britney Spears movie with the same name) Farley Granger - Strangers on a Train (anyone who knows me knows I can't stand him) Kirk Douglas - 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea Natalie Wood - Miracle on 34th Street Bette Davis - The Little Foxes Sidney Poitier - The Defiant Ones Walter Matthau - The Odd Couple (The line "Divorced, broke, and sloppy" is a classic in my opinion)
  11. A shirtless Johnathon Schaech chatting with Winona Ryder at the pool
  12. I recently rewatched That Thing You Do!, which was about the fictional band The Wonders, a few nights ago. I had forgotten how beautiful Steve Zahn and Johnathon Schaech were in their prime. The movie also featured Tom Everett Scott and Ethan Embry.
  13. Dean Stockwell would be an excellent choice. Like Roddy McDowall, a popular kid star in his own right, he appeared in many different types of movies. It would be nice for Stockwell, who turned 84 earlier this month, to have at least one SUTS day while he's still around.
  14. I haven't looked at this list in a while, so things may have changed. Brian Donlevy, Leila Hyams, and Lupe Velez have been honored within the last couple of years, so they can be removed. Brad Dexter is missing. Of the original Magnificent Seven, only Brad Dexter qualifies. Yul Brynner, Steve McQueen, and James Coburn were honored in the past. Charles Bronson, Horst Buchholz, and Robert Vaughn haven't been honored, but none of them qualify. Victor Mature is missing.
  15. Most likely Mildred Pierce and Grease. I'd also have to include Having Wonderful Time. I haven't seen that one yet, but Douglas Fairbanks Jr. is in it. So that one is a given in my book.
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