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I saw this movie for the first time tonight. As a former high school teacher, I saw many uses in the classroom. First, I will list the relevances that teachers are often required to provide before letting a movie be shown in class, even when a substitute will be present. Then I’ll ask everyone ways of testing students over the material. I invite others to add to either list. What would be nice is a picture-in-picture version of the movie that did not interfere with the display of closed captioning already on the film while taking advantage of the movie’s ratio that creates a l
First off, just want to wish you all a Happy New Year and hopefully you all had a Merry Christmas as well. I was happy to see that to ring in the New Year, TCM showed documentaries about MGM musicals and dancing stars. We got to see classic films like 'Singin' in the Rain' to commentary from Russian male dancer Mikhail Baryshnikov and the late Debbie Reynolds. Hear the behind-the-screen stories of from Lena Horne and Gene Kelly, among others. The best part about these films, they also pay their respect and recognition to other popular and achieved films of the 70s and 80s
I think I've figured out most of the movies depicted in the commecial. Gene Kelly and Lesley Caron are obviously in "American in Paris." Hard to miss "King Kong, too! But I need help identifying two of the movies. The one showing the baby carriage, a tiger, and a guy who looks like Clark Kent; Is that "Bringing up Baby"? If so, I didn't recognize Cary Grant. The other is the western, showing guys in old Cavalry uniforms? Is that John Wayne? Can someone give me the name of the movie? Inquiring minds want to know! Thanks, Jack