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  1. I'm sure there are several films that are hard to find on TV, streaming, renting, and even purchasing. For me, I'm working on finding a couple of Fred Astaire films that are impossible to find. Even physical copies are not compatible to US. You Were Never Lovelier Let's Dance I hope TCM will have these films on TV. What else should they add? Anyone know of other sources to watch hard to find films?
  2. I reckon the most obscure movie I've ever seen is "THE STREAK CAR CO." Filmed in Salt Lake City in 1974. A very amateurish movie about streaking college kids, but a real time capsule. The protagonists of the film are seen exiting a Utah Stars basketball game at one point. This movie has no listing for itself on the IMDb, but it is mentioned by director Paul W. Kener (whose real name is apparently Paul Kiener) when he wrote his own mini-biography on the IMDb. (Director Kener/Kiener also helmed the 1978 Indian-lore opus about the spirit of the 'WENDIGO' and the 1979 travelogue-wa
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