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  1. Sounds like Tea and Sympathy with Deborah Kerr and John Kerr. Great movie!
  2. Another great alcholism themed movie is Something To Live For with Joan Fonataine and Ray Milland. Joan plays an actress with stage fright which drives her to drink. Ray is an AA member who tries to help her. They fall in love even though Ray is married. Joan Fontaine and Ray Milland have wonderful screen chemistry. A must see if you're a fan of either.
  3. Hi! I was wondering if anyone out there knew if TCM is sponsoring the 2009 Screen On the Green in Atlanta, GA at Piedmont Park? I know it was moved to Olympic Park because of the drought last year. *Which totally sucked!* If so when is it going to happen and what movies will be shown? Any info would be greatly appreciated. Thanks. Wendy
  4. I first discovered classic movies in my seventh grade history class. We were learning about the Civil War and in the south watching Gone With the Wind is a must. I fell madly in love with Clark Gable. I wanted to see more of his movies so I went to my local Blockbuster. I went on to discover Jeanette MacDonald, Susan Hayward, Loretta Young, Spencer Tracy, Jane Russell, Robert Ryan, Jean Harlow, Greer Garson, Deborah Kerr, Ava Gardner, Grace Kelly, Eleanor Parker, Lana Turner, Alexis Smith, and Marilyn Monroe just from him. Thanks Clark for introducing me to the finer things in life like a good
  5. Which classic actor would you like to bring home to meet your parents? Clark Gable Which classic actor would you like to dance with? Fred Astaire and Gene Kelly Which classic actor would you like to see as a Playgirl centerfold? Clark Gable (he was gorgeous) Which classic actor would you like to wake up in bed with? Tyrone Power Which classic actor would you like to yell and scream at on a bad day? Joan Crawford (she annoys me) Which classic actor would you tell your innermost thoughts to? June Allyson and Audrey Hepburn Which classic actor wouldn't you mind having a o
  6. Oops! I guess I was looking at 2006 and not 2007. Thanks for letting me know. I'm disappointed though now. I guess I missed the 2006 film festival. TCM should advertise it on their front page to let people know about it. I'll definitely be attending next years festival. I have it marked on my "The Essentials" 2007 calendar. Thanks again for the information.
  7. Thank you for the information Mr. Burley. Three of my favorite movies are being shown. Gone With the Wind, Breakfast at Tiffany's and North by Northwest. Maybe Eva Marie Saint will be there to introduce North by Northwest and Patricia Neal to introduce Breakfast at Tiffany's. I can't wait to attend!
  8. My favorite movie songs are as follows: Ah, Sweet Mystery of Life *** Naughty Marietta They Can't Take That Away From Me *** The Barkley's of Broadway Get Happy/ Mr. Montoney *** Summerstock Diamonds Are a Girls Best Friend *** Gentlemen Prefer Blondes Young Man With a Horn *** Two Girls and a Sailor Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas *** Meet Me in St. Louis Indian Love Call *** Rose Marie Over the Rainbow *** Wizard of Oz The Lady is a Tramp *** Words and Music How Could You Believe Me When I Said I Loved You (When You Know I've Been a Lia
  9. Hi! I was wondering if Robert Osbourne will be having another film festival this year in Athens, Georgia?. Who will be attending? What films will be shown? I drove over a hour one way to attended the Seven Brides for Seven Brothers and Hud screenings last year and loved every moment. Like so many of the younger generation of classic movie fans I like being able to see these classics on the big screen. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thank you. Wendy
  10. June Allyson and Van Johnson in Two Girls and a Sailor, High Barbaree, The Bride Goes Wild and Too Young to Kiss. They have wonderful chemistry together. Whenever I'm feeling down and out I just put in one of their movies. I instantly have a smile on my face and my life doesn't seem so awful. What wonderful magic that is.
  11. Jeanette MacDonald definitely had the most beautiful smile in films.
  12. Hi. I was wondering if anyone knew where to find fan mail addresses for our favorite classic movie stars. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thanks. Wendy
  13. Jeanette MacDonald has the most breathtakingly beautiful smile. You can't help but smile with her. Watch her movies next month when she's star of the month with Nelson Eddy. You'll see what I mean. Wendy
  14. I would be Jeanette MacDonald. I've always wanted to sing like her. The gorgeous red hair and that beautiful face. Having Nelson Eddy and Clark Gable to kiss all day long wouldn't take much effort either. Wendy
  15. I'd like to see a month long tribute to: Ann Sheridan, Alexis Smith, Jeanette MacDonald and Patricia Neal.
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