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  1. One of my pet peeves is when someone mistakenly says that PSYCHO was a Universal film. It was a Paramount release. Universal just has the house on its lot. Dave Karger made this mistake in his post-film comments for CASH ON DEMAND. We all make mistakes, Dave. I still look forward to your commentary.
  2. I'm glad that this December on every Friday night TCM will be spotlighting movies with famous songs. With the talented and down-to-Earth Chris Isaak giving his take of some of the movies and songs selected. Hearing Dave Karger and Chris discuss 'The Graduate' and the original 'Thomas Crown Affair' last Friday was enjoyable and very insightful. My parents would be in total agreement with their opinions of the song choices for both films. They really wanted Robert Redford and Candice Bergin as the original intended choices for the Graduate though? Learning that the son of Rex Harrison (Noel Harrison) was the singer of the 'Windmills of Your Mind' song for Thomas Crown Affair proves talent runs in the family. Next up: 'Blackboard Jungle' and 'To Sir with Love' both starring the talented and accomplish Sidney Poitier. Looking forward to hearing the insights of these two films.
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