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  1. Lost in the LGBTQ theme of last night was the heterosexual liaison between Our Betters' Constance Bennett and Gilbert Roland who also appeared together in 1933's After Tonight and later married.
  2. You're welcome, TopBilled, and hope you enjoy it - but maybe shouldn't wait around to view it on TCM...
  3. Also from my son... Speaking of "the Split"(read: the NFL and 1968) and TCM's inattention to "your"film here, TopBilled, the Charlton Heston movie that featured some real live '68 New Orleans Saints, "NUMBER ONE", seems to also get the "blind side" from TCM. For those who think the Kezar Stadium pull away fade-out in "Dirty Harry" (1971) was wholly original might find a particular scene in "NUMBER ONE" (1969) interesting viewing.
  4. From my son... Said to be the first film to be "R" rated, "the Split" offered an interesting full-circle moment for its star: Pushed into premature retirement when "The Dirty Dozen" over shot production, Jim Brown played his last professional football game at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum - the central backdrop for "the Split"!
  5. Eunice Gayson - not "Grayson" SPecial Executive for Counterintelligence, Terrorism, Revenge and Extortion - not "Espionage"
  6. I thought that Alicia Malone, native to Australia, would've had more connection with the Australian New Wave in regard to her detached, bookended talk on The Year of Living Dangerously... Speaking of Alicia Malone and my belated entry here, Eddie Muller broke his noir cool when he once apologized for his age in the presence of Malone;a Philip Marlowe-type leading man would never have done that!
  7. A child of THE OMEGA MAN, my son would probably choose the '71 take on I AM LEGEND as his TCM guest host movie for its sampling of "woodstock" as well... Alicia Malone's hand gesture in her pre-screening talk, according to my aforementioned, would've been far better suited to Penelope Spheeris' "THE DECLINE..." film, The Metal Years. Also from my son... Chasing Woodstock: However expansive the name drop for Farm Aid, the sounds and vibe still echo from that Bethel bowl on Max Yasgur's dairy farm fifty years later in a way that no other music festival seems to have ever transcended.
  8. Sporting the Nehru look at the MONTEREY INTERNATIONAL POP FESTIVAL, The Who's Keith Moon will be appropriately attired this coming Thursday as TCM will be screening India-related films during the day and counterculture concerts in the evening.
  9. During the post-BLOOD and SAND talk earlier this evening, Ben Mankiewicz erroneously mentioned Rita Hayworth's sexy tango occurring with Tyrone Power, instead of Anthony Quinn if I correctly heard.
  10. Unless I misheard or misunderstood Dave Karger and William J. Mann during their pre-"Suddenly, Last Summer" screening discussion last night, I was surprised that the misrepresentation of Elizabeth Taylor in her white bathing suit went unchecked: The Taylor character's bathing suit imagery is very much a part of the movie's plot!?!
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