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UMO1982

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  1. TIME TO WASTE MONEY ON NOTHING..... WHERE THEN MEETS NOW .... Except as soon as you say or read NOW it's already THEN.
  2. Unless the service specifically names the Warner library in connection with or in addition to TCM films. The "TCM Vault" is long gone.
  3. There is no TCM library. This asset went over to Warners years ago. What there is is a list of films for which TCM has a current license to air. This list is not the same thing as the films owned by Warners.
  4. Patricia Hitchcock.... Strangers on a Train, Stage Fright, Psycho..... https://deaddeath.com/patricia-hitchcock-death-obituary-alfred-hitchcocks-daughter-has-died/?fbclid=IwAR2rnR3pNMPANJQvjhtqUZP6ThNlTjxSzrgZhjyW9mXbUrjgxfkwkeBbNlw
  5. [url=https://postimages.org/][img]https://i.postimg.cc/mg8SxZ2z/ZANDER-COVER.jpg[/img][/url]
  6. JACKIE MASON at 93 https://www.yahoo.com/entertainment/jackie-mason-one-last-borscht-004940605.html
  7. Little Old New York (1923) Marion Davies masquerades as her dead brother Pat O'Day to win an inheritance. The story of Robert Fulton's steamboat is a subplot. Little Old New York (1940) Alice Faye stars as Pat O'Day in a love story with Fred MacMurray and Richard Greene as Fulton as the main plot.
  8. BLOW OUT is terrific and seems underrated. The ending is great.
  9. You're missing the point on purpose. Argue with someone else.
  10. I have seen it. It's loosely based on and uses no real names. It's also DECADES before King Vidor's investigation and Cahill's book. Hence, I wonder why no one has made a movie based on the real events of this story based on these RECENT works..... The video says Vidor shelved his work because too many people were still alive..... As I remember Vidor's work on this, Colleen Moore worked with him.
  11. No I mean a real one..... not a fictionizlized white wash
  12. Interesting video on the famed murder..... It ruined the careers of Mabel Normand and Mary Miles Minter. Why has no one made a film abut this scandal?
  13. Actions speak louder than words..... I'm sure Mayer got the point no matter how it was phrased. Haines did NOT dump Jimmie Shields. Haines did NOT marry a woman. Haines did NOT live a closeted life. Haines likely DID err in assuming some other studio would pick him up since he was still a box office star but Mayer had him blackballed so Paramount, Fox, Warners, etc wouldn't hire him. Mayer's mistake was assuming Haines would disappear, but he remained a part of the social set as a decorator to the stars, and a mainstay of the party and nightclub circuit. He also kept on attendin
  14. Hepburn ad nauseum...... no silents with exception of Novarro.
  15. INTOLERANCE is a masterpiece. It's two main arcs, the modern story and the Babylonian story, are outstanding pieces of filmmaking and were re-leased in 1919 as standalone films. The modern story with the mother and the "do-gooders" is a harrowing piece of social commentary with a great performance by Mae Marsh. It is also a superb early (if not the first) use of cross-cutting between two story elements in the execution of the boy (Robert Harron). The Babylonian arc boasts one of the all-time greatest movie sets ever built and also boasts a star-making role (and one of the earliest feminist her
  16. Silent film IS the history of film. There's basically NO part of film today that doesn't trace its history to silent films.
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