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Scorpio Rising (1963; directed by Kenneth Anger)

Next: Sweetness

 

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SWEET ROSIE O'GRADY (1943)

Next: something you watched recently on TCM

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Sons and Lovers (1960)

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The Conjuring 3

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A movie that won Best Picture but maybe shouldn't have

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Dances with Wolves

Next:   a movie you never get tired of watching 

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Bullitt (1968) -or- In the Heat of the Night (1967)  I enjoy both films =equally=      

Next:  A movie you've always wanted to see, but haven't found a way to see it yet!      

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The Parent Trap (1961)

Next:  more Hayley Mills

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Battle of Britain (1969) - Currently in my to-be-watched queue on Amazon Prime.

Next: A World War 2 movie from an Axis perspective.

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Letters from Iwo Jima (2006)

Next:  WWII from the homefront

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The War Against Mrs. Hadley (1942) - I've only heard the Lux Radio Theatre adaption of this movie.

Next: World War 2 in Canada.

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1 hour ago, LiamCasey said:

The War Against Mrs. Hadley (1942) - I've only heard the Lux Radio Theatre adaption of this movie.

Next: World War 2 in Canada.

THE WAR AGAINST MRS. HADLEY is a very good MGM film that TCM airs at least once a year. You'll enjoy it.

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WWII in Canada - CAPTAINS OF THE CLOUDS (1942)

Next: more Cagney

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Each Dawn I Die

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James Cagney in a musical that isn't Yankee Doodle Dandy

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THE THIN MAN (1934)

Next: Powell & Loy, but not playing the Charleses

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Libeled Lady

next--movie you turned off in the first 30 minutes

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Caprice. (1967)

Next:  Another movie with Richard Harris

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