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  1. Specifically addressing Holiday movies for now. Two movies that TCM seems almost consistently not to show this time of year are "Holiday Inn" & "White Christmas". Sure I can catch "White Christmas" on one of the commercial stations, but who wants to sit through an edited version interrupted by commercials. And I can't catch "Holiday Inn" anywhere, except, maybe, paid subscription on You Tube or purchased through Amazon or Google. I'd think both movies are way beyond considered 'classics' & can't understand why TCM doesn't show them. Anyone have any thoughts on this or other
  2. The unforgettable hat, the shining toy train, the pair of ice skates, as depicted by cinematic magic – these items have come to represent Christmas Joy itself. Don’t just watch them on television, bring them home for the holidays (or get them online and have them delivered while you stay home and watch old movies on TV). My blog guide points you to the websites that sell the items that our cherished old-movies made symbolic of Peace on Earth and Goodwill to Men. Where to get the goods to make your classic Christmas-movie memories come alive. "The stuff that dreams are made of." For a fun rea
  3. (This is dedicated to remembering Sept 11th to all of our Armed Service Personnel and our Allies) .This is not an opinion piece. Though mind you I am an expert at writing them. I have written letters to the editor since 1984. Many of them have been published. However, this is a first person account piece from a former Air Force policeman, who came into the military during the so-called cold war in Western Europe. My time was in 1984. The place was high in the mountains of West Germany. It was called Hahn Air base. Located in a place called the Hundsruck. Translated from Deutsch (German) to e
  4. (This is dedicated to remembering Sept 11th to all of our Armed Service Personnel and our Allies) .This is not an opinion piece. Though mind you I am an expert at writing them. I have written letters to the editor since 1984. Many of them have been published. However, this is a first person account piece from a former Air Force policeman, who came into the military during the so-called cold war in Western Europe. My time was in 1984. The place was high in the mountains of West Germany. It was called Hahn Air base. Located in a place called the Hundsruck. Translated from Deutsch (German) to e
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