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About loveoldmovies04

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  1. I'm still here, though I know I may not be known very well here, I have been reading these boards for years and have been a member on them for a while. I do enjoy so many of yalls posts and I do hope that no one will leave the boards just because of the technical changes. -Phoebe
  2. You shant worry too much, I live here in Austin Texas and though we will be getting a LOAD full of rain starting friday morning we are mainly expected to flood and there will be a few tornado watches. Houston However is being evactuated as I speak so I guess we'll see.
  3. Thank you for your responses. I think I will rent the movie just to compare.
  4. I had to read this book for school several years ago and though it was a very different book from what I normally read I actually enjoyed it. Today I was looking at the the movie's cast on imdb and I saw that Orson Welles, Anthony Perkins, Martin Sheen and several other very familiar actors were in this and I was curious if any one had seen this movie and what you thought of it. Thanks, Phoebe
  5. I don't know if I can that much of a help cause I'm about where you are on the subject but I do know that "slapstick comedy" is derived more from physical interactions, real exaggeration of harmless violence. You see alot of slapstick in the road movies with bing and bob. I can't really think of a way to describe Screwball. Just more goofiness in words or actions. Hope I was of some help at all. -phoebe
  6. Back in 2004 the idea came up but no time frame was set and no director was picked. I read that Marlene Dietrich's relatives actually applaud the idea of Gweneth Paltrow playing the role. I don't think it will end up being made, but then again you never know. -phoebe
  7. I have read/ seen many of Tennessee Williams plays or the movie adaptations and they make me feel that way too they can be very sad. But I still like them, I like the drama. Street Car is very very sad though isnt it? I thought that Vivien Leigh did an amazing job in that movie.
  8. I am almost positive it was in The Magic Christian?
  9. I was watching My Favorite Wife last night and that movie just cracks me up every time I watch it. Cary Grant and Irene Dunne are so funny together.
  10. Wow thats great I can imagine how much fun you must of had. And thanks I will check those other threads. -Phoebe
  11. Hey larry I don't know where it's been posted before and I haven't time to look but I read many of your posts on this thread and I was curious and very interested in how it was that you were so lucky to know so many stars? Sorry if I sound ignorant it's just I don't get around to the threads as often as I used to. -phoebe
  12. What about Sex and the Single Girl Turner has that too right?
  13. Oh Waterloo Bridge is so sad. But it is one of my favorites.
  14. Since the theme this month is cars in the movies I thought I would ask all of you what your favorite taxi cab or car scene in a movie is? I was thinking one of my favorites is the on in the end of Breakfast at Tiffany's. Interested to know the rest of yours. -Phoebe
  15. I love the story of Phantom of the Opera. I don't think that very many productions of Phantom of the Opera were alot like the book. I'm curious where did you get your Lon Chaney verion? I haven't looked for it yet but I want to get that movie too.
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