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Totaleejohn

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  1. Isn't this a lovely day...by irving Berlin preformed by Fred Astaire In Top Hat(1935)
  2. I for some reason thought that the music for a movie was written while the movie was being made my apoligies for being such an idiot I guess.
  3. I just read the rest of the comments and realized that you alreday bought...I feel kind of dumb, but her is some info for any others that are looking for another DVD or VHS.
  4. Well I just went to "Shopping" on the TCM taskbar and Typed in "A Star Is Born" and I got many Results for DVD's and VHS's For sale...THe DVD was on sale for $8.89 or something like that...just a thought. From the TCM dvds that I know the special Features are usually interviews and commentaries or a short film or two...also very good sound and visual Quality.
  5. I was thinking about how TCM is haveing a 31 days of oscars and thought they should have maybe not a month of all the greatest Musicals, but at least maybe a Week of all the ...do any of you know if they have already had one or they are going to have one coming up?
  6. I was watching An American In Paris (1951) and noticed that in the credits it said "Lyrics By Ira Gershwin and Music by George Gershwin"...but I recalled that George Died During the making of Shall we dance (1937). Can someone Explain to me How George Gershwin Could have written the music for a movie nearly 15 years after his death?
  7. I'm sry to say that the new Pink Panther came in at 21.7 Million at the box office.
  8. Is the Movie Divorce American Style (1967) staring Debbie Reynolds and Dick Van Dyke a musical or just a comdey?
  9. My apologies...I must have re written the same answer twice...I thought I was just editing it.
  10. I must say My favorite song from a film would have to be They Can't Take That Away From Me from the musical Shall we dance (1937). This song was written by George and Ira Gershwin. I find it to be a very magical song...it is sad to know that George died before the movie was released, He did not survive to see his masterpeice be nominated to win an academy award for best song.
  11. I must say My favorite song from a film would have to be They can't take that away from me from the musical Shall we dance (1937). This song was written by George and Ira Gershwin. I find it to be a very magical song...it is sad to know that George died before the movie was released, He did not survive to see his song win a academy award for best song.
  12. Well then why did you watch it? if it was a waste of money and poorly made? this is in response to FredCDobbs and Boys from Brazil Comment.
  13. It always has angered me as to why people even remake olden day films...to me there really is no way to "recreate" the originals. although now days we may have better technology that does not mean in anyway that movies are better. This also proves that Hollywood is losing ideas.
  14. Thank you very much for the info. After watching the movie Tammy and the Bachelor, they played Tammy and the Millionaire which made me realize that this was indeed a series of movies. In the Credits it stated the film was derived from the novels by Cyd Ricketts Sumner.
  15. Is the movie Tammy and the Doctor(1957) a spin off of Tammy and the Bachelor(1963)?
  16. I don't know if this will help you, but if you got to the main page and type in the Search box Cartoon Alley, and in stead of through "movie database" do it through "site" and it has listings of showings and summary's of the cartoons. if you have any questions just ask me.
  17. A while ago I saw a film Starring Judy Garland and I believe Red Skelton. The plot of the film was the same as You've got mail. It was Black and white, so if you could help me that would be great!!
  18. I must say my favorite musical was and is Singing In The Rain. It is the greatest musical ever created!
  19. Debbie Reynolds was an amazing preformer. Although she has indeed prefromed in some great musicals on the big screen, now days she best know for her role in the disney movie Halloween town and her Vegas shows. I belive She was very talented preformer and should be recognized more for her earlier sucess. She started her career during the black and white days as an actress. Later on she was discovered as having a wonderful singing voice and good dancing skills. Her most succesful musical debut I must say was likely to be Singing in the rain, but she also showed of her pipes as a lead in the film
  20. The two actresses have both single handedly appeared in many great films, but also many might I say awful ones. They are both very strong head women who are not afraid to voice there opinions. One of the most brilliant dramas they both preformed in was the film "What Ever Happened To Baby Jane?" Both did a spectacular job developing there very unique characters, giving the audiance a heart wrenching almost horrifying view into dear old baby janes mind. But I I were to choose Crawford.
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