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  1. I found the answer to my question. Sorry I couldn't delete the question. Thanks. Edited by: susuhigh on Mar 12, 2012 11:07 AM
  2. Based on your description I would rule out Carousel. HTH Susu Edited by: susuhigh on Jan 2, 2011 4:31 PM
  3. The Shop Around the Corner is one of my all time favorite films and I absolutely adore There Goes My Heart...I wish it was available on DVD. Frederic March, James Stewart, Virginia Bruce and Patsy Kelly...it doesn't get much better than this!
  4. Come to the Stable Beyond Tomorrow 1940 I love Christmas movies!! Susu
  5. Having computer problems with the site. I'll try again soon. Susu Message was edited by: susuhigh
  6. I didn't read through the entire thread so forgive me if these have been suggested. 1. I would love to see a flip flop of the movies shown exclusively between 12 AM and 4 PM (midnight to late afternoon) start making an appearance during the prime time hours of, say, 6 PM to Midnight. The movies primarily shown during primetime have been aired to death. 2. More theme nights. 3. Scheduling that showcases supporting actors. There are so many great ones and they need a showcase. 4. New show, maybe 30 minutes or so, "Whatever Became Of..." or "Whatever Happened to..." that told ab
  7. All 10 fingers up! I LOVE Morgan Freeman. I could listen to him talk all day long. My 2 favorite movies of his are "The Shawshank Redemption" (watch it about once a month if not more) and "Driving Miss Daisy". He's so versatile and makes any role he plays his own. I agree that he's a legend. Susu
  8. Thanks, Fred, for the nice explanation. This really explains the whole code thing to me. I appreciate it very much, Susu
  9. I watched the 1931 version of Waterloo Bridge Tuesday night and what I don't understand is this...what was the big deal about "Forbidden Hollywood"? I know it's a pre-code film, but it was so tame. What am I missing? Maybe someone can explain it to me. The one thing that I couldn't stand is "Myra" flicking her cigarette ashes all over the floor in her apartment and grinding out the cigarette on the floor of her apartment. Nasty! Thanks so much for helping me, Susu
  10. Just a thought from me...I would be so happy if TCM showed Christmas movies all day and night from Thanksgiving through Christmas. There are so many good Christmas movies and I can't get enough of them. I record them all as they come on so I will have a good library of Christmas classics. Happy Holidays, Susu
  11. I'm with Sugarpuss. I love the Barbara Stanwyck/Clifton Webb version of Titanic. A real tear jerker and much more of a story than A Night to Remember. Although Night is much more historically accurate, I like a good story. In this case I know the story of the Titanic and that's why I prefer a "good story" such as Titanic 1953. Cameron's Titanic is a very good story and I like getting to know the characters and the photography is awesome. Susu
  12. I won't go to the show to see either of these movies, but I will watch them when they air on HBO. I've always wondered about both of these cases and it will be interesting for me to see the whole story of both. Susu
  13. Hey, I'm 48 and I started loving classic films when I was about 7 or 8. I've loved the 40's for as long as I can remember and that is my favorite time period in history. The fashions, films, leading men and women, everything! When I was your age, Blackandwhitecharm, I loved Cary Grant and Jimmy Stewart as much as I did the cutest boy in school. I admired Myrna Loy, Irene Dunne and Dorothy McGuire. There was class, charm and oodles of sex appeal without all the trashiness. Your friends will come around one day. Believe me, you will open up a whole new world for them. I'm smiling as I type
  14. Larry, I don't know you, but have loved your posts and reminiscences for years on these Forums. Please post about your trip. Everything you write about is so fascinating to me and I can't wait to hear about it all. I am an avid Classic Movie Watcher and feel as if I should have been a young woman in the 1940's, my favorite time period in history. Can you give those of us who don't know you a brief synopsis on your Hollywood connection, please. I think I remember you posted that your mother was an actress. Thanks for all your wonderful posts, Susu
  15. Hey, RichNYC, I, too, have been having major problems posting on the TCM Forums, but have found RELIEF. Here's what I do... 1. Open up whatever ISP you use, AOL, etc. 2. Minimize it 3. Now open up Internet Explorer 4. Go to www.TCM.com 5. Sign in and VOILA...you are good to go. You will not have any more problems! No problems posting or anything. Good luck, Susu P.S. I love all the reminiscing all of you do!
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