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the movies i most want to see on tv that i don't already have


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blowing wild(gary cooper)

the spoilers(1930 gary cooper)

honkytonk(gable & lana turner)

backlash(richard widmark

i'd climb the highest mountain (susan hayward)

the wild north & moonfleet(both

with stewart granger)

siege at red river(van johnson)

that kind of woman(sophia loren)

sometimes a great notion(paul newman)

& any gary cooper,audie murphy, rock hudson, richard widmark, etc westerns

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Saw once, but never got to record them:

 

The Glass Menagerie (1950)

Day-Time Wife (1939)

Public Enemy's Wife (1936)

 

Never seen:

 

The Honey Pot (1967)

The Men in Her Life (1941)

Ramona (1936)

The Shrike (1955)

I Accuse! (1958)

The Great Man (1956)

Rome Express (1932)

F.P.1 (1933)

I Was a Spy (1933)

King of the Damned (1935)

Jew S?ss (1934)

The Madwoman of Chaillot (1969)

Triple Cross (1966)

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*Woman Times Seven* I haven't seen in years and,

*My Geisha* which has been on TCM once or twice, and I would love to see again.

 

I'm in Shirley MacLaine mode for a while.

For the longest time, I wanted to see *The High and the Mighty*. Then, it was released again. I wanted to see *Apartment for Peggy*, and I saw again (although not on TCM, but I saw again)

I do believe in Fate. What I have been thinking about does come to pass. I will be seeing these again.

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For Me my never seen "most wants" include

 

ALWAYS GOODBYE - 38 - Barbara Stanwyck

THREE FOR BEDROOM C - 52 - Gloria Swanson

THEY KNEW WHAT THEY WANTED - 40 - Carole Lombard

THE GIRL FROM MANHATTAN - 48 - Dorothy Lamour

GOLDIE - 31 - Jean Harlow

THE BRIDE WORE BOOTS - 46 - Barbara Stanwyck

THE DEEP BLUE SEA - 55 - Vivien Leigh

KIKI - 31 - Mary Pickford

 

and way too many early Claudette Colbert films - SECRETS OF A SECRETARY, HIS WOMAN, TONIGHT IS OURS, THE BRIDE COMES HOME, etc.

 

Hepburn's THE MADWOMAN OF CHALLIOT used to air all the time on local late shows in the late 70s /early 80s but I've not seen it anywhere since. BLOWING WILD was released on VHS in the 1990's and is ok but not one of my favorite Stanwyck films. RAMONA is a gorgeous early Technicolor film with Loretta Young - Fox movies showed this one several times in the past.

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Would love to see the film FIESTA starring Esther Williams and Ricardo Montalban on TCM. I have tried in vain to locate a VHS or DVD of this film. Since it must be in the MGM library, has TCM ever showed it before?

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THE BLUE VEIL with Jane Wyman

IT GROWS ON TREES with Irene Dunne

EVERYBODY DOES IT with Paul Douglas

RHUBARB - about a red tabby that inherits a baseball team

MR. 880 - Edmund Gwenn as a sweet counterfeiter

THE LIGHT THAT FAILED - wonderful Ronald Colman picture

THE STORY OF GILBERT AND SULLIVAN - in color, please!

 

And I'm on the RAMONA train too! Saw it so long ago..way before VHS recorders.

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well, because of t'other day, *SO LONG AT THE FAIR* ---what a great movie! Thanks for showing it to us, Mr Fan Programmer Whose Name Escapes Me!

My mom keeps telling me about *What's so Bad About Feeling Good* and I REALLY want to see it, but it's not on DVD and they will never show it. :(

*The Thrill of It All* was so great the first time I saw it and they never showed it again. Yet again, I caught the second half and want to see it again.

 

 

There are others but they don't come to mind

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