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  1. 1. Greta Garbo was in Ninotchka with Melvin Douglas. 2. Douglas was in Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House with Cary Grant. 3. Grant was in Destination Tokyo with John Garfield.
  2. This is due to March 2nd being left open to the winners of the Viewer's Choice poll going on this month. I you look at the flash schedule, the dates are in correct correlation with the days of the week, with March 2nd left blank. On the text schedule, I believe, the dates are correct with incorrect days of the week. Hope this helps.
  3. For those who have not seen it, tonight at 8PM is the great Cary Grant and Irene Dunne comedy, My Favorite Wife.
  4. What is going on with these people who take the greatest channel on television for granted? TCM continues to show a majority of black-and-white classics, so why is there such aggravation when they show a modern film in prime time every once in a while? I rather enjoy being able to see some very good "modern classics" letterboxed, uncensored, and without commercial interruption. As far as silents go, in March we not only get our regular Silent Sunday Nights, but we also get Charlie Chaplin every Wednesday night. TCM realizes that people want silents on their programming, so even if th
  5. That was A Star in the Night (1945). It was the directorial debut of Dirty Harry director Don Seigel.
  6. I'd have to agree with many of these. It Happened One Night sparked my love of classics. Many people I know who have only slight interest in the classics have a love of the previously mentioned Marx Brothers and Hitchcock films (Incidentally, I saw Vertigo in the theater recently, and it truly was an experience, especially when Kim Novak introduced it in person). My friend became a fan of Humphrey Bogart by watching Play It Again, Sam, then feeling an obligation to see Casablanca. To add to the list, I would also say some of the Billy Wilder and Chaplin films that I became obsessed with as a n
  7. Random guess for game continuation: The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly?
  8. This one should give it away... Hint #3 - A Dozen Discussing
  9. No... Hint #2: Details Dissected to Deliver Doubt Sorry about the alliteration. It just needs to come out every once in a while.
  10. Certainly, as a child, I was shown the typical must-see-during-youth classics, i.e. The Wizard of Oz (1939), Singin' In the Rain (1952), and almost all of Disney's animated classics, but I basically grew up to neglect almost all the classics I came across. Later, I did gain knowledge of the older side of cinema and watched TCM every once in a great while. Two instances I can recall were Some Like It Hot (1959), to which I didn't pay enough attention to merit my full appreciation, and A Night at the Opera (1935), which I only caught the end of. It wasn't until I decided to borrow It Happened On
  11. Alright...Hopefully this one will go pretty quickly. Hint #1: Diverse individuals with one common emotion
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