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Turner "Classic"?


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I get the feeling that Turner Classic Movies sometimes is turning the history page a little too soon. It's not so "classic" anymore. Classis, to me, should mean " over 25 years of age". I think the programming guide/guidess should stick with the 1920s/30/40s/ and some 1950s and leave the 1960s/1970s/1980s for later years. Yes, I understand that the "weekly specials" sometimes leave programmers no choice but to air it but, please, while it's still classic. And for those of you who do so choose to respond to this, keep in mind that this is just my opinion. I love TCM for keeping history alive.

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