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  1. Yes....LILITH with Warren Beatty and the lovely Jean Seberg.... Go MrWriteLA
  2. Oh....dear....well...let's see.... A young war veteran comes home and takes a job at a private mental institution that houses wealthy patients.
  3. Morison does a really nice job in a supporting role in Deanna Durbin's LADY ON A TRAIN.
  4. So many already on the list are favorites, but I will just add a couple: Les Uns et Les Autres - several generations of families from France, Russia, and the US...all are involved in music or dance and they come together in various ways during between and after the wars. My Brother Nihkil - a Bollywood, a young woman tells the story of how her brother's HIV positive status changed the lives of everyone around him, a recent film, but VERY moving with lovely performances and music La Aventurera - saw this on TCM and loved the performance of the leading lady who suffered more in one movie than Crawford did in six! The Bad Sleep Well - Tishiro Mifune is another fine performance.
  5. Ayn struggled for years to have a script she wrote produced...no go. And there was a LOT of talk about a TV version for TBS produced by Albert S. Ruddy a few years ago, and that fell through. Not sure what would be the best form for the story, but I would like to see someone with a little brains and a little talent take a shot at it? What's it about? (Although CineSage jr is onto something there) The astounding story of a man who said that he would stop the motor of the world - and did. Tremendous in scope, breathtaking in suspense, ATLAS SHRUGGED is unlike any other book you have ever read. It is a mystery story, not about the murder of a man's body, but about the murder - and rebirth - of man's spirit. You will discover why a productive genius becomes a worthless playboy. Why a great steel industrialist is working for his own destruction...why a composer gives up his career on the night his triumph...why a beautiful woman who runs a transcontinental railroad falls in love with the man she has sworn to kill.... Lots of problems translating the book to screen....
  6. Now that TCM has the Paramount/Universal/MCA library, maybe we'll see a day or afternoon of Frances Farmer's early flicks...like Exclusive, Ebb Tide, Rhythm on the Range...and maybe even Ride a Crooked Mile and Among the Living. Her birthday is September 13.....
  7. Doris Day's switch from that butch bob she had in Julie and Pajama Game to the chic style of Pillow Talk (and she went nearly platinum blonde there) really softened her look and flattered her face. As she told her biographer...."it was great to have some real makeup artists working with me and getting away from those embalmers at Warners...."
  8. As Walter Wanger said the night Hayward won the Oscar for I WANT TO LIVE! Now we can all rest a bit, Susie has what she's been chasing for 20 years.
  9. Snik - you must remember to take your medication or the nurses won't let you use the computer anymore.
  10. Harlow - I just checked my DVD and it is 1.33:1. I got mine at www.deepdiscountdvd.com because it was a bit less there.
  11. Yup, LEAVE HER TO HEAVEN. It is in glorious Technicolor! Photography was nominated for an Academy Award....and it might have won.
  12. Thanks, snik. I appreciate your comments.
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