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_*Still on the Road To Hollywood - 2011*_

A Collection of Posters and Still Images

 

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*The Third Man* (1949) France re-issue

 

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The 2011 TCM Classic Film Festival presents *The Third Man* (1949) with an introduction by director Guy Hamilton (who worked as Assistant Director on The Third Man) and the film's script supervisor Angela Allen as part of the "Essentials" series of festival screenings.

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_*Still on the Road To Hollywood - 2011*_

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In remembrance of Elizabeth Taylor, the 2011 TCM Clasic Film Festival screens *A Place In The Sun* (1951) with an introduction by Rose McGowan.

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_*Still on the Road To Hollywood - 2011*_

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The 2011 TCM Classic Film Festival presents *Little Shop Of Horrors* (1960) with an introduction by director (and 2011 Academy Governor's Award Honoree) Roger Corman.

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_*Still on the Road To Hollywood - 2011*_

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The 2011 TCM Classic Film Festival will present and the historian Kevin Brownlow, recipient of the 2011 Academy Governor's Award, will introduce *The Merry Widow* (1925) featuring the North American Premiere of composer Maud Nelissen's score performed live with a ten-piece orchestra.

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The 2011 TCM Classic Film Festival celebrates the career of composer Bernard Herrmann with a 60th Anniversary screening of *The Day The Earth Stood Still* (1951) introduced by Dorothy Herrmann, the composer's daughter.

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The 2011 TCM Classic Film Festival celebrates the 30th Anniversary of *Pennies From Heaven* (1981) with a new print and an introduction by Illeana Douglas.

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*"I've seen that ad for The Merry Widow before - I just love it! It's so gorgeous, and I love that they printed it in sepia."* - JackFavell

 

Glad you liked the reprise posting and aren't disappointed in the "rerun". MGM actually released a number of posters with photographs in a sepia tone. One day I'll post them all.

 

*"I also really adore the Little Shop of Horrors poster."*

 

Good! I do too.

 

Kyle In Hollywood

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Celebrating the film's 50th Anniversary, a 70mm print of *West Side Story* (1961) screens closing night of the 2011 TCM Classic Film Festival with an introduction by George Chakiris.

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Oh, my dear Mr. "In Hollywood", what a treat.. and a nice way to honor the Film Festival too.

 

Just popped in for a moment to say how much I enjoyed browsing through all your pics. I kept thinking.. "Ok, now THAT one is my favorite", and then I'd see the next one and I would have to change my mind all over again. But truly if I HAD to pick a fave from what you have posted so far (and thank GOODness I don't, ha) I will go w/ The 7th Voyage of Sinbad. VERY fun pics (and a sentimental favorite from my childhood.. you know us old folks, we DO tend to get all "misty" when we reminisce.) :-)

 

Thanks again for all your hard work collecting and posting these. I don't always get a chance to post a comment, but I do enjoy a chance to look in on your threads now and then.

 

Edited by: rohanaka on Apr 16, 2011 4:38 PM

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The 2011 TCM Classic Film Festival screens *Taxi!* (1932) with an introduction by Mike Mashon, head of The Library Of Congress' Moving Image Section. Special Added Attraction - Tex Avery's *One Cab's Family* (1952)

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*"Oh, my dear Mr. "In Hollywood", what a treat.. and a nice way to honor the Film Festival too."* - rohanaka

 

Well thank you for taking the ime to let me know. You always share your appreciation and I appreciate that.

 

That reminds me. I better start work on the Memorial Day Weekend Gallery.

 

Kyle In Hollywood

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*To Kill A Mockingbird* (1963) France

 

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The 2011 TCM Classic Film Festival celebrates Gregory Peck with a screening of *To Kill A Mockingbird* (1962) with Special Guests Mary Badham and Veronique, Cecilia and Anthony Peck.

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Chief,

 

A million thanks not only for the French poster of *Mockingbird* but that beautiful photo of Mary Badham.

 

This is the must-see for me at the Film Festival and MrCutter is getting the extra reserve of Kleenex that he already knows he will need to hand to me throughout the screening.

 

Thank you again!

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_Silly Symphonies - Part One_

 

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The 2011 TCM Classic Film Festival celebrates "Disney's Musical Legacy" with a presentation of Silly Symphony animated shorts curated and introduced by Special Guest Leonard Maltin.

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*"A million thanks not only for the French poster of Mockingbird but that beautiful photo of Mary Badham."* - lzcutter

 

You're welcome. Looking at the schedule, you didn't have too difficult a decision to make that day. But I guess I'll be at the O'Toole taping alone that afternoon. I'll try to take notes.

 

Kyle In Hollywood

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*But I guess I'll be at the O'Toole taping alone that afternoon. I'll try to take notes.*

 

Thanks, Chief!

 

Love the *Silly Symphonies* posters as well. That's another screening MrC and I will be at but kleenex won't be needed there.

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_*Still on the Road To Hollywood - 2011*_

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_Silly Symphonies - Part Two_

 

 

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The 2011 TCM Classic Film Festival celebrates "Disney's Musical Legacy" with a presentation Silly Symphony animated shorts curated and introduced by Special Guest Leonard Maltin.

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The 2011 TCM Classic FIlm Festival presents the West Coast Premiere of the digital restoration of *La Dolce Vita* (1960) in conjunction with Gucci and The Film Foundation.

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The 2011 TCM Classic Film Festival screens *Girl Happy* (1965) poolside at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel Opening Night with Special Guests Mary Anne Mobley and Chris Isaak.

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The 2011 TCM Classic Film Festival presents *Now, Voyager* (1942) with an introduction by Illeana Douglas.

 

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