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  1. It's just as powerful as I remembered. And depressing.
  2. LOOKING FOR MR. GOODBAR (1977) ON TCM RIGHT NOW 12 am
  3. That's what I get for agreeing with you! And THE HOMECOMING is two hours starring PATRICIA NEAL which I consider a "movie" even if it was made for TV.
  4. Since I remember thrilling to THE NIGHT OF THE HUNTER in the 1960s in one of its many broadcasts, I was under 10, the count must be off. I own it on VHS and now DVD and usually end up with it on if it's being broadcast... Perhaps I've seen it 40 or 50 times...? I also think of it as a very special American film. Not at all typical, with a strange homage-full cinematic directness, a noir skewering, and biblical homily cozy warm tender ending. The film is a parable in multiple ways.
  5. Indeed, looking at certain "classic" TV specials, like RUDOLPH THE RED NOSED REINDEER or MERRY CHRISTMAS CHARLIE BROWN or THE HOMECOMING might count into the 40s or 50s... ! NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD I must have seen 30 times... THE WIZARD OF OZ (just looked at it - again) must be 30 or 40 times... THE NIGHT OF THE HUNTER also just watched again - must be at least 20 times...
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