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  1. Today is Olivia De Havilland SUTS day and I am pleased TCM altered their original schedule to honor this fine actress whose long life and splendid career deserves the accolades she received. I shall watch some and record some for later which are not as often shown. We have lost two 'Golden Era' actors who reached Centurion status this year; should make a capturing pair of bookends for the "2020 TCM Remembers". I have often heard stories of the rivalry between Olivia and her sister, Joan Fontaine and wonder if it was more movie hype than fact, but I do hope there was reconciliation at som
  2. 1491 - Eleanor Powell movie "Honolulu" I believe. Love Eleanor Powell -great dancer. Have seen so many of her movies but not sure about this one. 1495 - Where the Boys Are?, (1960) first pairing of Paula Prentiss & Jim Hutton-I have seen this several times as well as Hawaii, Seabisquit, Father of the Bride (II)& agree it was not up to par with the first one. Also have enjoyed Random Harvest numerous times. 1494 - at first glance thought it was "The Egg and I" with Fred McMurray and Claudette Colbert but that looks more like Barbara Stanwyck(?) LOL boy did I type the wrong th
  3. Just enjoyed watching Pillow Talk again! When I was a pre-dating teenager watching it in the movie house with a friend, I would just watch it and dream of being Doris Day and meeting my Rock! The romantic scenes are what I went for. But now I realize the character actors' performances are what drive this movie. Just anticipating the comeback lines of Tony Randell makes me laugh before they hit. "Well sir, it's not our place .. .". "NO.. it's my place and I helped 'em pack!" or Perry Blackwell singing, "You lied, You Dog, and you'll be sorry" as Hudson is leaving the piano bar. Oh, I l
  4. 2. Deborah Kerr and John Kerr starred together in 1956 drama "Tea and Sympathy" but they are not related.
  5. I am a green Newbie to forums and have a difficult time knowing where to post things. I just want to comment on how much I have enjoyed the "Feel Good Films" nights this month. Not only for the choice of movies, but for the introduction schedule of presenters. My favorite of these was being able to watch Robert Osborne present the introductions again. Thank you TCM for having this in the July format. Hope to see this again in the line up of Month's Feature programming.
  6. I was reading through recent posts and came upon your query which struck a memory to me. Could the number 1 film be 1956 "Miracle in the Rain" with Van Johnson and Jane Wyman? I thought of this one because it is a film I have only seen a few times and had to look up the title since I could only remember Van Johnson was in it.
  7. I was lucky to catch this also, and enjoyed it. She was always a super addition to any movie. Loved her and glad to see the recognition she deserves.
  8. Thank you. Glad to know I am not the only one hanging on to an outdated computer!
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