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  1. Thanks so much for the info. My heart skipped a beat when I read the part about releasing an Andy Hardy box set. I love the Hardy family, but I've always wondered if there were any other folks out that felt the same. Apparently there must be other Hardy fans out there!
  2. I'd love to see a boxed set of the Andy Hardy series. Also a box set of Greer Garson would be lovely.
  3. Hmm...does that mean you would not consider 'North by Northwest' a classic? Just curious. For the record, there are very few films I regard as classics made after the 50's, but I think there are some notable exceptions.
  4. Peter Jackson's version of King Kong is what I believe movie making should be about. For 3 hours I was transported into another world, and when I left the theater it took about 1/2 an hour just to feel connected to reality again. The most amazing thing about this movie is the connection between Ann and Kong. I never felt that same way about 33 Kong even though I love that movie. This Kong is so real that you completely forget he only exists inside a computer. And Naomi Watts portrayal of Ann Darrow really sells the whole picture. If you do not feel any sort of emotion during the scenes on the
  5. I've been wondering when someone would mention this! I have see the old blue and green opening this past week however, so perhaps they are going to use both. And I kind of miss the train going by. I never quit wondering just what those people in that room were up to??
  6. I would love to get Mickey Rooney's autograph. Anyone know if he responds to autograph requests?
  7. How about showing the Dr. Kildaire movies again? I remember seeing a whole night of them a few years back.
  8. I'm glad to know there are other Andy Hardy fans out there. I would love to see the titles mentioned on TCM in the near future. Any chance we might see more Andy Hardy released on DVD?
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