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David Guercio

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  1. Oh.  So that was the very last made for TV movie and movie he did before he died.  Inherit The Wind.  I think I remember that too.  Was it on CBS?  If not.  I think he also did another made for TV movie and movie before he died.  That was on CBS.  But I don’t think I remember what it was called though.  He was such a really wonderful actor.  Wasn’t he and we all really loved him a whole lot didn’t we and we all still really miss him a whole lot.  Don’t we?  He was 71 years old when he died too.  I remember that.  I remember hearing it on the news and I think they said he appeared in over 70 films.  Cool.  He had a really wonderful career.  Didn’t he?


  2. Whoa.  That’s just so cool.  This is one of my all time favorite Disney movies.  I rented it when I was a kid.  I bought the rerelease on VHS.  I got the Disney Blu-Ray and DVD combo pack for my Birthday a few years ago and now I could watch it on Disney+.  Cool.  Great songs too.  Of course.  When You Wish Upon A Star.  My Little Wooden Head.  Give A Little Wistle.  Hi Diddle Dee.  I’ve Got No Strings.  Great songs.  It’s also one of my all time favorite rides at Disneyland.  Pinocchio’s Daring Journey.  I just love it.  I’ve loved it ever since I was 5 years old.  Since the very first time I went to Disneyland.  Great movie and great ride.  So is it the 80th Anniversary?  Do you think Lenoared Malton will maybe show it as part of Treasures From The Disney Vault sometime and do you think they will maybe show it at the TCM Classic Film Festival again this year and has Lenoared Malton actually introduced the Disney movies there?


  3. This is one of my all time favorite Disney movies.  Disney’s Honey I Shrunk The Kids 1989.  I remember when I first saw it at the theatre when it first came out.  I saw it at the theatre twice.  I could not stop talking about it.  I just really loved it a whole lot and still do.  I really love the whole Honey trilogy a whole lot.  Maybe Lenoared Malton will show Honey I Shrunk The Kids as part of Treasures From The Disney Vault sometime.  Maybe with Tummy Trouble too.  Just like at the movies and on VHS and maybe the whole trilogy too.  That would be so cool.  At the very end of Honey I Shrunk The Kids.  When the Salinski’s invite the Thompson’s for Sunday dinner?  What was Nick talking about right before the credits when he went.  Hey wait.  I get it.  French Class.  Ha Ha?


  4. Cool.  I knew he was a writer for Sid Caesar’s Your Show Of Shows.  Woody Allen was to ha?  Cool.  He’s a really great and really funny guy too isn’t he?  I also really love him a whole lot too and Hey.  His movie that was on the other night?  I think it was either last night or the night before.  That one’s actually in black & white.  Isn’t it?


  5. Naughty Marietta’s on right now.  Did Greg Proops show this movie when he hosted TCM’s Friday Night Spotlight On Pirate Pictures?  I think he might have.  But I’m not sure and is that Leslie Nielsen as the captain?  It sounds like him.  But I don’t think it’s him though.  But he was in a 3-D Pirate movie called Pirates 4-D.  He was the captain in that.  His name was Captain Lucky and Eric Idol was in it too.  They were both great in it.  The whole cast was great in it and it’s with amazing special effects.  The seats move and you even feel everything too.  It’s like you’re actually in the movie.  You all should see it.  It’s awesome and it’s so funny too.


  6. Did Jodi Foster ever do any made for TV movies?  Westerns or both.  I think she did.  But I can’t remember.  I just watched Anthony Hopkins in The Lion In Winter.  Which was actually his very first movie role.  It was great.  He’s a really wonderful actor.  Isn’t he?  Now.  As we speak.  I’m actually watching he and Jodi Foster in Silence Of The Lambs from 1991.  It just started and I think I actually remember when it first came out and Jodi Foster actually made me think of the question I’m asking.


  7. I’ve got a few requests.  I would like to see some movies that actually inspired Steven Spielberg and George Lucas to make Raiders Of The Lost Ark sometime.  I think that would be really cool.
     

    China 1943.

    Secret Of The Incas 1954.

    King Soloman’s Mines 1950.

    The Naked Jungle 1954 and

    Gunga Din 1939.

     

    It’s really neat to see how directors/creators actually come up with an idea for a franchise and the outfit Charlton Heston actually wore in Secret Of The Incas and the one the star wore in Gunga Din actually both look similar to the one Harrison Ford wore as Indiana Jones.
     

     

     


     

     

     

     

     

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