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  1. TCM shows some wonderful movies, but there is too much repetition. Just last night *Guess Who's Coming to Dinner*, a great movie, was played for the umpteenth time. It was shown late at night, however.
  2. It's on now at 3:30 a.m. CST just as the online schedule shows. Too bad about the confusing message you received.
  3. I thought Robin Williams was hysterical in *Mrs. Doubtfire.*
  4. In *Change of Habit* Mary Tyler Moore played a nun.
  5. I like to say: "An ounce of pretension is worth a pound of manure" (Steel Magnolias).
  6. wouldbestar: I just played the YouTube video of Silent Night - 7 O'clock News (Simon & Garfunkel). Very sad and very thought provoking. Thank you for mentioning that song.
  7. The first mass murder I remember happened in Chicago in mid July of 1966, right before the Austin mass murdering. Eight student nurses were raped and murdered in their dormitory. A ninth woman, who was a guest spending the night at the dorm, escaped murder when she wriggled under a bed and hid from the murderer, Richard Speck. I believe Richard Speck died in prison within the last 15 years or so.
  8. I'm so glad someone mentioned the passing of this fine man. I remember his TV shows, but I had no idea he was in any movies. There's a recording that he and his daughter made on utube called "We Love You, Call Collect." It's very touching.
  9. So good to hear from you. I continue to send healing thoughts your way.
  10. There is a scene in *THE WOMEN* where the Countess De Lave (Mary Boland) rolls her own Bull Durham cigarette. She has the procedure down to an art. I love watching that scene.
  11. Hi Cinemajestic, I have seen "Christmas Eve" with Loretta Young, and I, too, loved it. I borrowed it from a friend about 20 years ago, and only watched it a couple of times, but I thought it was very moving. I would love to see it again. And, speaking of Loretta Young, I was very disappointed today when looking at my Now Playing guide to see that "The Bishop's Wife" is not scheduled to play during December, but "A Christmas Carol" and "Christmas in Connecticut" will be shown three times during the month. I love TCM, but some things just don't make sense.
  12. I have A HOUSE WITHOUT A CHRISTMAS TREE on DVD. I ordered it last year a few weeks before Christmas. I hope it's still available.
  13. Susan Hayward - There is a combination of harshness and sweetness in her characters that I find intriguing and captivating.
  14. Smoking was considered sophisticated and glamourous in those days.
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