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  1. Notice how when TCM shows A Summer Place they always show Palm Springs Weekend next to it? And they show them a lot. Do they think there's a great demand for these two mediocre movies that they have to show them bi-monthly, or maybe monthly? (Just griping.)
  2. Wait...what? Can anyone confirm this?
  3. That would be incredible. I'd love to see the 1930s too, but maybe a little too much work. Of all the MGM films of the 40s, the only ones I don't have in some version are Florian, Down in San Diego, The Omaha Trail, and Hitler's Hangmen.
  4. This is horrible. The monthly schedule print format was perfect. You hit print and it came up in a printable format. Now...😣
  5. So, just checking. Was Beware Spooks (39) shown or has it been re-scheduled anyone know?
  6. For me, it's Dr. Strangelove. I never really cared for Peter Sellers' humor and this just doesn't pull me to it.
  7. For us old movie fans, besides the old animated films, here are all the old live-action movies I found on Disney+. (Not counting documentaries.) From 1950 thru 1969: Treasure Island (1950) The Story of Robin Hood and His Merrie Men (1952) 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (1954) Davy Crockett, King of the Wild Frontier (1955) Davy Crockett and the River Pirates (1956) Old Yeller (1957) The Shaggy Dog (1959) Darby O'Gill and the Little People (1959) Pollyanna (1960) The Sign of Zorro (1960) Swiss Family Robinson (1960) The Absent-Minded P
  8. Yeah, I tuned in for that too and instead I saw Comcast, the Three-headed Monster (TV, Internet, & Voice) on my screen telling me to subscribe.
  9. I'm interested in this too. Did you figure out what the problem was? I only saw it on those 2 movies, both from Columbia. Did maybe Sony prepare them badly for TCM?
  10. I'm thinking this is because Universal lost their good prints of this and many movies, Paramount & Universal, in the fire of 2008. Better prints might exist, but Universal doesn't have them in their possession. Same thing for "High, Wide and Handsome" that TCM just showed. Looked like a 16mm print. They lied about their music loss and we've got no reason to think they didn't about their movies. They're also cheap and care nothing about movie fans or old movies. Look how they tack on old Universal logos to the beginning of Paramount movies. I could understand a new logo like MGM does
  11. The airing of Goldie Gets Along (1933) today on Comcast (East) had quite a few glitches after the 55:00 min mark.
  12. I noticed that too on The Body Snatcher. Yeah, it's annoying when that happens. I was like, what movie are they talking about? Not this one. I'm surprised it wasn't, "See Bela Lugosi as the vampire doctor!"
  13. Anyone else notice the picture for No Limit was very jittery? Like it was run at a slower frame per second than it should have?
  14. There's usually a delay between what Watch TCM offers and when Comcast puts it up. Sometimes it's days.
  15. Yes, you are correct. Watch TCM has everything TCM is offering to stream at the moment. On Demand is what your cable provider is offering to make available out of those choices. I have Xfinity and it looks like they are offering everything Watch TCM is.
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