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TCM Programming Challenge #43: British Invasion

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2 hours ago, sewhite2000 said:

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Not sure what the question is?  I was highlighting women editors and Dede Allen edited DDA.

 

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Terrific schedule CinemaInternational! I applaud you for going all in for the British Invasion! Lots of great choices here. Margaret Rutherford is excellent. I love the World War I block. The Underground duo is awesome - two films I have been wanting to see. I'm also happy to see The Go-Between, Billy Liar, and This Sporting Life included, to name a few. Excellent!

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1 hour ago, sewhite2000 said:

Sorry, Al Pacino, not Dustin Hoffman!

ahhhhh . . .You are right.

 I will correct.  Thanks.  

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Super schedule Lydecker! Noel Coward is an all-timer, so this is a wonderful block and tribute to his work. I very much would like to see The Clouded Yellow.  Excellent composer selection with Jerry Goldsmith. His opening theme for Chinatown is one of my favorites. I love your Ginger Rogers block. Black Widow is a good movie! Van Heflin is great in it and Ginger is a riot in her Margo Channing like role. And there's nobody like Orson Welles. Great work!

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There's just a few more hours! 

 

(Good for you if you get the reference in keeping with our challenge!)

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Thank you to everyone that submitted a schedule for this challenge. I will post a voting thread shortly.

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CI:  Love your SOTM (Margaret Rutherford is such a joy to watch, ) John Barry (I almost picked him, too), England Remembers WW I, based on a book by Agathie Christie and so much more.  Great job as always.

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