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  1. These responses are fantastic. I must admit that there have been a few films listed here that I am unfamiliar with, but I find this rather encouraging. It seems that the films I am most "addicted" to are also those which I most highly recommend to others. In this regard, I feel reasonably assured that it would be in my interest to take the time to check out some of these posted addictions. Obviously what pleases one may not please another, but its better than taking a shot in the dark. Thanks for your responses and keep them coming. By the way, some other films (besides Rear Window)
  2. I own a sizable library of films, and yet I find myself continually reaching for the same few over and over again. One film in particular never sneaks past my consideration in my selection process. I know the film backwards and forwards, but for some reason I never bore of watching it. Of course, I have some ideas as to why it draws me in, but it seems there's something more that I can't come to grips with. For some reason, I take unending joy and comfort in watching the film Rear Window. Some things are obviously pleasing to me - Grace Kelly, Jimmy Stewart, the music, the crisp cinematog
  3. Many of these ideas have likely been previously implemented at least in part, but I wanted to contribute anyway. "Lucky Viewer Decides" - I envied the lucky celebrities who got to program their own night of TCM movies. Wouldn't it be nice if TCM would set it up to where viewers could enter online to have their name picked to set up their own night of programming? I would very much like to at least have that opportunity. "Music in the Movies" - Consider devoting time slots to music based on genre, time period of composition, composer, storyline, actor/musical artist, famous scores, et
  4. My hands-down favorite is Grace Kelly. She's absolutely radiant in the role of Lisa Freemont in Rear Window. What a dame!!! My runner-ups are Audrey Hepburn and Rita Hayworth.
  5. When I first saw the cast for my favorite musical, my jaw dropped. I knew this film had to be something special. I was probably 17 when I first read about it. It wasn't until about two years later that I finally got to see it. After months of anticipation I was able to snatch it up on its release date when TCM helped put it out on DVD. It turned out to surpass even all my wildest expectations of its potential greatness. The cast included Frank Sinatra, Bing Crosby, Grace Kelly, Celeste Holm, and Louis Armstrong and his band. The composer - Cole Porter. The film I speak of is HIGH SO
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