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elgatonyc

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  1. I'm only in my mid 30s but I feel lucky to have been around when there was not one but TWO channels on basic cable devoted to old movies: AMC & TCM. Because I'm sick of constantly upgrading technology (ie Beta to VHS to dvd now to Blu-Ray), every now and then I'll dig up some VHS tapes of things I've recorded and watch them. Well, today I dug up "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf" and to my surprise it wasn't Robert Osborne hosting but Bob Dorian! I remember part of what drew me to classic films was Bob's "homey" and warm manner as well as his endless but always interesting anectdotes. It br
  2. Geez...TCM actually showed "Sleepless in Seattle", "The Bad News Bears" and "The Karate Kid"? I hope TCM's program director is not the same person who ran American Movie Classics into the ground. The fact of the matter is that these so-called "modern classics" have already been played on other networks or are available on DVD. Half of what makes TCM great is that they'll show an old movie that slipped through the cracks and never made it to VHS/DVD; or something that your local Blockbuster doesn't carry, period. There has to be a way to express our dissatisfaction to TCM before it really doe
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