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  1. Oh I just realized it was a neo- noir spotlight
  2. My Summer Under The Stars 2021 Choices 1. Ned Beatty (Deliverance ('72) ) 2. Henry Fonda ( 12 Angry Men ('57)) 3. Ava Gardner ( The Barefoot Contessa ('54)) 4. Richard Burton ( Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? ('66)) 5. Deborah Kerr (An Affair to Remember ('57)) 6. Meryl Streep (Sophie's Choice ('82)) 7. Errol Flynn (The Adventures of Robin Hood ('38)) 8. Spencer Tracy (Father Of The Bride ('50)) 9. Jack Lemmon (The Odd Couple ('68)) 10. Melvyn Douglas (Hud ('63)) 11. Lillian Gish (Way Down East ('20)) 12. Ann Sothern (A Lette
  3. I got the 90 anniversary WB Box Set in 2019 ,about to get the 20th century fox box set today, ironic they doing this today too. (Plus I got some individual blu-rays and other collections too)
  4. Oh my god not him. I knew who he was but he has such a weird name that I forget his name. Loved him in Live and Let Die ('73), Friday Foster ('75) [which I saw recently on tcm], and Alien ('79). May he Rest In Piece🙏😭
  5. Now I really want to see the schedule, can't wait to be there😁🎬🎥🎞️
  6. Your welcome dude, lucky I had the schedule up in another tab👍
  7. I was getting ready to share it, but thank you for that👍
  8. It Seems Not Just Robert Mitchum will be Star of the Month, Other Actors Named Robert too be, well this is a first.
  9. The Stuff they got for May should have been for 31 Days Of Oscar; Chaplin ('92), Precious ('09), The Last Emperor ('87) and many more. Also TCM Film Festival is scheduled in May, but films haven't been picked yet, so ignore the TBA shots for now.
  10. You can see the schedule better here☺️ https://www.tcm.com/31days
  11. Too bad, I was really hoping to see The French Connection ('71), All About Eve ('50), The Grapes of Wrath ('40), and All That Jazz ('79)
  12. I was shocked to see Almost Famous ('00) on up here. I heard of it but never got too watching it, plus it came out the same year I was born
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