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  1. I have a pressbook from "The Red Shoes". I have been trying to research it and see what it would be worth. Does anyone have any ideas where I could find this information? If I put this on ebay do you think anyone would be interested? Thanks- Lisa
  2. The piano piece being played as Sissy Spacek comments on "To Kill a Mockingbird" - on the TCM 'trailer.' (I'm searching through Schumann, maybe Chopin???)
  3. i know it was made by mgm...and anna karenina follewed it. i did a search on IMDB.com and came up with this one... http://imdb.com/title/tt0351075/ is that the movie that was on before anna karenina? the schedule said Fighter Squadron, but this definetly wasnt a war movie...
  4. I just viewed a one wheel wonder on TCM at about 7:40 EST. It was a sort of crime mystery with talking dogs. I was wondering if anyone knew the name of it and is a clip available on the TCM site? Thank you!
  5. do you think we will ever see the orginal untouchable tv series on tv again?
  6. I believe you are right. Thank you so much!!!
  7. i get aggravated when i see a movie on TCM that i really like, only to find out they don't sell it on the website. how do you guys get a hold of some of these movies? i'm really trying to get several movies with Marian Marsh in them, but i'm having no luck. i've tried eBay which is so/so, but i'm just wondering if there is something else out there. thanks.
  8. Thanks!!! I could NOT remember the title of this movie. I appreciate the response :-)
  9. Is better than all the other saturday morning cartoons put together.
  10. i have to say that i am a fan of both of them. i don't know if a could chose one over the other. what is so surprising to me is that even though they obviously had different dancing styles (miller-tap charisse-ballet)they were often considered for the same roles. for example, Easter Parade. charisse had actually signed on to do it, but an injury prevented her from doing it. miller was the next one chosen. to imagine it any different than it was is just too hard. i think they each did what they did very well, and it would be tough to imagine their best roles played by the other, so i say that they're about equal.
  11. The Loew's Jersey Theatre is proud to open its new film season with the following comedy classics! For more information see http://www.loewsjersey.org , and to see our calendar page, see http://www.loewsjersey.org/calendar.php Saturday, October 8 at 3:30 PM Horse Feathers Starring Groucho, Harpo, Chico & Zeppo Marx. (1932 - 67 mins - B&W) (Not rated, but suitable for all ages.) Ostensibly a parody of the college films that were popular at the time, Horse Feathers finds Groucho Marx to be the latest in a long line of Presidents at the failing Huxley College. To save his school, Groucho decides to reverse its sorry record on the gridiron. To do this, he recruits Harpo and Chico, whom he mistakes for football stars, with hilariously awful results. But in truth, the plot doesn't matter that much, since Horse Feathers is really an attack on everything conventional - including plot. The movie revels in anarchy, and elevates the non-sequitur to an art form. Considered by fans to be one of the best of the Marx Brothers' movies. A classic Three Stooges short will be screened with Horse Feathers. Saturday, October 8 at 7:10PM Monty Python & the Holy Grail Starring Graham Chapman, Michael Palin, Terry Gilliam, Eric Idle, Terry Jones, John Cleese. Directed by Terry Gilliam & Terry Jones. (1974 - 89 mins - Color) The British comedy troupe of Monty Python was among the most worthy of successors to the Marx Brothers' tradition of remorselessly and hilariously shattering the conventional. Monty Python & the Holy Grail sets up the familiar legend of King Arthur, complete with realistic armor and other period costumes and excellently selected exterior locations in Scotland - and riddles it with an unending barrage of non-sequiturs, slapstick, sight gags, anachronistic one-liners and undiluted madness. Monty Python & the Holy Grail will be screened at the Loew's in a restored print! Saturday, October 8 at 9:10 PM Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb Starring Peter Sellers, George C. Scott, Sterling Hayden, Slim Pickens, Keenan Wynn, James Earl Jones. Directed & Co-written by Stanley Kubrick. In 1964, at the height of the Cold War, Stanley Kubrick dared to make a movie about what could happen if the wrong person pushed the wrong button - and played the nightmare for laughs. A demented American general sends a B-52 loaded with atomic bombs to attack Russia - in retaliation for the fluoridation of water. The plane is piloted by an Air Force Major who is all too happy to be plunging into "Nuclear combat! Toe to toe with the Russkies!" Meanwhile, the US President, cloistered with his top advisors, including a super-hawk general and a mysterious civilian advisor with a German accent who is in the habit of saying "Mein Fuhrer" instead of "Mr. President," are trying to figure out how to get the Kremlin to over-look being bombed by a rogue American plane. Dr. Strangelove will be screened at the Loew's in a restored print. Admission for each screening is $6 for adults/$4 for seniors and children 12 and under Combo ticket for 2 screenings: $10 for adults/$6 for seniors & children Super-combo ticket for all 3 screenings: $15 for adults/$10 for seniors & children One FREE popcorn is included with the purchase of a super combo ticket The Landmark Loew's Jersey Theatre presents its classic films on a 50 foot wide screen using carbon arc illumination for the brightest, whitest light. The Loew's Jersey Theatre, located at 54 Journal Square, Jersey City, is easily reached by car or mass transit from throughout the Metropolitan Area. Discount off-street parking is now available in the adjoining Square Ramp Garage. Patrons present a coupon as they exit the garage. Coupon provided at our box office. For directions or additional information, call (201) 798-6055 or visit www.loewsjersey.org Classic Film Weekends at the Landmark Loew's Jersey Theatre are presented by Friends of the Loew's, Inc., which operates the Loew's as a non-profit arts center.
  12. Back again-Googled "'J H Meyer'florida movie" and came up with this link: http://www.hillsborough.wateratlas.usf.edu/upload/documents/HILLSBOROUGH_COUNTY_Historic_Resources_Excerpts_Sun%20City.pdf If the link doesn't work the title that came up is "Sun City (Ross)Hillsborough County Historic Resources Survey Report" and it says that two short films featuring actresses Billie Moon and Bessie True were the only films made there. I checked IMDB and no listing at all for Billie Moon and three films for Bess True but none look like the ones you're seeking the titles for. No listing for a director named Harry Hiscox mentioned in the report either. If I come across anything else I'll post it here. Regards.
  13. This has piqued my curiosity as well. I didn't find anything except a few mentions in the St. Petersburg Times newspaper that you've probably already seen. I did see a poster for a 1930 Lupe Valez movie called "Hell Harbor" that was filmed in Tampa-perhaps that was based out of the Sun City location? Since it would've been a silent studio-originally at least-maybe posting the info you do have to the Google group "alt.movies.silent" would help. The people there are very knowledgable. Worth a try anyway. Good luck.
  14. I believe I saw this film on TCM. It was black and white, seemed like 1930s film probably. It involves a comedic racetrack swindle with two horses - twin horses. One horse is a swayback plow horse and the other is a sleek racehorse. The female star is a blonde bimbo character and is very funny. Does anyone know the name of this film? THANKS!!!!!
  15. I was wondering if someone could help me out and find the name of this movie I saw. I totally forgot to look at the title till it was over. It was a silent film, I don't know the name of the actors but the woman had blonde hair. Her name was Diane in the movie and it started with her trying to kill herself with a knife that belonged to some guy. She was on the streets and he found her then took her to his place. Then they fell in love and he went to war. He would go visit her at 11:00 every day but then he went blind. They were so in love that they communicated telepathically (sp?). He tried to go back to her and finally he made it home and she found out he was blind. It was just a short clip in "A Personal Journey with Martin Scorsese Through American Movies" I remembered that name but I can't find the title or any info on this movie. It's not much info, but it's driving me nuts! Thanks!
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