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  1. Howdy. I am marking my calendar for films I am most excited for during "31 Days of Oscar", one of which is "Sons and Lovers" (1960). However, I noticed a discrepancy between the ""31 Days of Oscar" schedule and the weekly schedule , that leaves me questioning the airtime of "Sons and Lovers". On "31 Days of Oscar" schedule:"Sons and Lovers" is set to show on Tues, Feb 18 at 9:45 pm ET between "Brief Encounter" and "Pygmalion". But on the weekly schedule: "Sons and Lovers" is curiously missing on Feb 18 (and every other day), even though "Brief Encounter" and "Pygmalion" appear at
  2. I always loved TCM cause of the diversity and how it presents its self as a hub for not just classic movies, 70s, 80s, 90s,and sometimes 2000s movies. Im sorry i havent been up here so long, i been busy, but I still watch it. So tell me why you love TCM.
  3. Hi, everyone! After months of deliberation as to whether I should invest in TCM Backlot or not, my family made my decision for me and got me Backlot for Christmas! I've noticed that the closest chapter to me is in Miami which is still pretty far, so I wondered if there would be any interest in a central Florida chapter, specifically Tampa and Saint Petersburg. I would love to step up as president and do what I can for the group like plan events nearby and host fun games, screenings, and movie-themed dinners in my home (if that's allowed). Let me know if you're interested and live in the area!
  4. From the year 1994 to now, TCM has shown classic films. From silent to talkies; black and white to colour; beloved to controversial. Foreign and world renounced; from early 20th to late 20th century. TCM shows all films which are classic and continue to do so. With great hosts who have film historical background and express their liking of the film showing. Sometimes bringing guests during one of their many monthly spotlights. TCM was and still shows 'Gone with the Wind' regardless of what people think of it today. A film which also was the very first film ev
  5. I am ecstatic to announce that we only need one more member in order to be recognized as an official TCM Backlot chapter! If you live in Tampa, Saint Petersburg, Sarasota, Largo, Clearwater, or any surrounding area in central Florida, please consider joining us and message me privately if you're interested! I'm in the process of planning fun events nearby like games, screenings, and movie-themed dinners in my home, so let's get that last member and LET'S MOVIE!
  6. 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
  7. Seeing on how Halloween is coming up and TCM will be showing some classic Horror films which I'm not too familiar with: https://bloody-disgusting.com/tv/3521003/heres-turner-classic-movies-halloween-programming-schedule-october-2018/ I'm excited to see the classic Christopher Lee Dracula and Abbott and Costello encounter with the Mummy. Which films are you excited to see on Halloween month on TCM?
  8. Thanks so much TCM for a great day of Crawford films. I only wish there had been time for more! Keep up with the wonderful programming, I hardly ever need to change the channel ☺️♥️
  9. I was glad to see the inclusion of one Mario Lanza movie, but I’m curious why not more? He was certainly popular, and had a lovely voice. Was it the lack of dancing as well? Curious over here. stefanie
  10. So there was one stop motion animation that I once see on TCM and it really got stuck in my mind since then, but I really couldn't identify what was the name of that animation. All I remember is that the animation starts with the boots of a misterious guy and red paint dripping on his boots from the brush that he's holding , that guy being dressed like a criminal or something, with a long coat, then shows him standing in the middle of the street looking at the window of a guy who lives in a big building with only one window, that one being the window of his apartment.His apartment is empty, a
  11. Hello, I am a very upbeat, active millennial who loves classic movies. I am looking to start a Fun TCM backlot chapter in KC. I would like to have themes and/or dress up for the movies. I want to treat every movie event like a party! Thanks for your consideration, Shannon
  12. Stars like Marlon Brando, Judy Garland and Elizabeth Taylor are always played on Tcm, they shouldnt ever be Stars of the Month. That special title should go to the stars who will be introduced to people for the first time. For example: Marie Dressler was a good choice, shes not as popular as someone like Marilyn Monroe, but she’s just as good! I hope to see William Haines, Lillian Gish, John Gilbert and Lon Chaney as stars of the month OR CLARLES KING! From The Broadway Melody and Chasing Rainbows. There are countless stars that havent been recognized so dont pick
  13. Hi! I'm in the process of recruiting new members for a TCM Backlot Chapter for the Tampa/Saint Petersburg, FL area. I hope to step up as president if we get enough members, but I'm wondering if there's anything that I should know about forming a chapter in addition to what's on this page. I've read it thoroughly, but it doesn't answer some of my questions. Is there a list of rules for how to organize or run a chapter that I should know about? Specifically, I was also wondering if it would be allowed or appropriate to host events or screenings in my home for the chapter. There are few classic f
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