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[b]The TCM 15th Anniversary Guest Programmers Thread[/b]


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Hey Shiftless,

 

I hate to break in on all the barbs flying around but the WebAdmin asked if I would post the rest of this week's schedule for those who may be wondering what's up next.

 

Please be aware that all times are for PST, so please adjust your viewing schedules accordingly:

 

Tuesday, April 14 (TCM?s 15th Anniversary):

 

5 p.m. April Lane, aka MissGoddess

Film: *Gone with the Wind* (1939)

**Gone with the Wind* was the first movie to air on TCM

 

9 p.m. Lisa Mordente,

Film: *Singin? in the Rain* (1952)

 

11 p.m. Rome Mendheim, aka CEBandello

Film: *Angels with Dirty Faces* (1938)

 

Wednesday, April 15:

 

5 p.m. Joe Buonocore, aka Mongo

Film: *Double Indemnity* (1944)

 

7 p.m. Juan Castro,

Film: *Swing Time* (1936)

 

9 p.m. Lynn Zook, aka Lzcutter

Film: *She Wore a Yellow Ribbon* (1949)

 

Thursday, April 16 :

 

5 p.m. Anna Seager,

Film: *Seven Brides for Seven Brothers* (1954)

 

7 p.m. Jeff Hoyak,

Film: *The Man Who Knew Too Much* (1956)

 

9:15 p.m. Kyle Kersten, aka Hlywdkjk dba Kyle in Hollywood

Film: *Meet John Doe* (1941)

 

Friday, April 17:

 

 

5 p.m. Monica Elliott,

Film: *The Maltese Falcon* (1941)

 

7 p.m. Philip Himberg,

Film: *So Long at the Fair* (1950)

 

8:30 p.m. Jay Looker,

Film: *Silk Stockings* (1957)

 

Okay, you can go back to the flying barbs!

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> {quote:title=FrankGrimes wrote:}{quote}

> Where did you get that photo of Miss G in Atlanta? I see what you mean about gentlemen.

 

 

 

 

 

I can't see you in a ruffled shirt.

 

An UNDERshirt, maybe.

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> {quote:title=Bronxgirl48 wrote:}{quote}

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> Hey, Jimmy Stewart's from Pennsylvania, and so is Duane Doberman.

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Bronxgirl,

 

Now that's what I call a Hall of Fame "linkage." This is why I love the TCM message boards; only here you can find a reference in the same sentence to one of Hollywood's most famous stars, coupled with one of the most obscure, immortal and (obviously) _not_ forgotten characters from the golden age of television, and one of the funniest comedies ever to hit the air: The Phil Silvers Show. Good work!

 

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Well before the second wave of programmers take the stage, I wanted to tell Filmlover that I thought he did a great job as well. I really liked that you added your personal connection with the film by talking about your father. You seemed very relaxed and I liked how Mr. Osborne mentioned your contributions here on the message board. You did yourself and everyone here proud! :)

 

Also Lani, if you're out there, you were great too!

 

CineMaven, thank you! :):)

 

Frank, you get yourself in trouble everywhere you go. ;)

 

Give him heck Miss G and don't let him rattle you!. :)

 

I'm looking forward to continuing the fun tonight! Here's to April, Lisa and Rome!

 

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Hey, Filmlover -- Frank, it is even more amazing when you see the lovely MissG

descend a staircase, as I did in Atlanta.

 

gonewiththewind71.jpg

 

Every man stops, as if frozen in time.

 

Don't tell me Miss G slapped you in the face, too!

 

In all seriousness, congratulations to you and CineMaven for your wonderful appearances

on TCM last night. It's a great honor. I'm truly honored to have gotten to know all of you

Fan Programmers who are members of this board. Well, all but one snippy lass with trashy

taste. :D

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> {quote:title=Bronxgirl48 wrote:}{quote}

> Hi, Rick!

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> Nat Hiken RULES!!!!

 

 

Absolutely! Hey, you don't happen to live anywhere near the 53rd Precinct, do you? Home to those two immortal law enforcement officials, Toody and Muldoon? (Only kidding; I know the 53rd doesn't actually exist.)

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Darn yer eyes, Shiftless!

 

Your making me weepy and it's not even Wednesday night!

 

Seriously, thank you for remembering. You can bet He'll be watching with us tomorrow night!

 

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April,

 

On a serious note, I know you may be nervous right now but I promise you will be great.

 

(No, Frank, this is _not_ a cue for you to post a picture of Mama Rose belting out, "You'll be swell, you'll be great..." Let the lady be until after she gets a chance to see her intro, anyway. This is a nerve-wracking time, I know from firsthand experience.)

 

Peter

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That was an *excellent* intro, April!! :D

 

You looked quite charming, confident, and well-read, it's about as good an intro to *Gone with the Wind* as anyone could have ever done. Robert obviously was having a really good time, especially when he asked "Is there a little Scarlet O'Hara in you?" ;)

 

Great dress & earrings, too.

 

Congrats on a magnificent job!

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MissGoddess...you are quite the bombshell. Gorgeous! You have a great laugh...and you really really love the film. To love and understand an epic like "Gone With the Wind" is not for just the average movie goer who likes movies in passing. It's quite an undertaking and to have it impact you from your first viewing...nope, you're no average film fan.

 

GREAT JOB!!! I'll wait to see your Outro and oh those earrings... ;-)

 

Guess I'll ramble about "GWTW" when its done. Max Steiner's music is masterful!

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Hey there Pappy's Gal!

 

You were great. I'd forgotten how charming your laugh is!

 

You did a great intro about the differences between the book and the movie as well as your love of TCM!

 

Break open that bottle of bubbly and enjoy your movie and see you when it's over!

 

Remember, MotherBronxie, Bronxie, Shiftless and all the rest of us are just as pleased as punch that you had the anniversary movie!

 

Your spiffed buddy,

 

Mrs. Cap't Brittles

 

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