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  1. If you mean the class on slapstick comedy, I didn't take that one, but I didn't think that slapstick and screwball comedy were the same thing. For example, would you call It Happened One Night or Bringing up Baby slapstick?
  2. I like a lot of the suggestions already made, but just thought I'd throw another into the mix!
  3. I saved the TCM listing of movies to a .pdf, and have been highlighting the ones I've watched, to keep track. It's also been a handy reference to open and consult to decide which one I want to watch next, as I've been trying to do them mostly in chronological order. I watched as many each week as I had time for, but I have all the rest on my DVR, so I am going to go back and watch all the remaining films in chronological order, even though it will probably take me at least several months!
  4. Just spotted Harvey Korman in Gypsy, as the press agent that comes in with the photographer near the end. I don't think he was in the opening credits, unless I blinked and missed it.
  5. My favorite funny line is when the Scarecrow has been ripped apart by the flying monkeys, and the Tinman says, "That's you all over!" This has always been my favorite movie, ever since I was five and my parents let me stay up to watch it on TV, tucking me up on the sofa in my PJs and a blanket, in case I fell asleep. (I didn't.)
  6. It probably doesn't make a difference, but perhaps I should also mention that I was doing Good Morning, not Anything Goes.
  7. There are so many musical that I love. Which have I seen the most? Well, The Wizard of Oz is my favorite movie, so... Then there are movies I usually watch on holidays. I have a tradition of watching White Christmas every Christmas Eve. I have many Christmas movies, but other musicals I might watch include Holiday Inn, Meet Me in St. Louis, and March of the Wooden Soldiers (aka. Babes in Toyland, with Laurel and Hardy). Also, 8 Women, which is a French film. It's more of a mystery, but each of the eight women has a musical number. Other holiday movies: Little Nelly Kelly for St. Patr
  8. Probably Donald O'Connor and Danny Kaye. Although, now that I think of it... Ray Bolger and Dick van Dyke, too. And, of course, Jimmy Cagney in Yankee Doodle Dandy!
  9. I seem to be having a different problem. I figured out the part about having to hit pause when the whole track ends. However, I cannot drag any clip other than the first one onto the squares. If I try to drag another clip, the first clip just moves to that square instead. I am on a Dell Inspiron laptop, and using the Edge browser (I think that's what it's called; whatever browser came with Windows 10). I don't even see the 'guitar hero' part. Do I have to complete the drag-and-drop part first?
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