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26 minutes ago, CCerini said:

How about  TCM giving us a Christmas treat by once again showing "The Cheaters", a 1945 film that was shown years ago after many repeated requests by me and others.

TCM could also show It Happened on Fifth Avenue,  but hopefully not until December.

 

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Who is killing the Great Chefs of Europe??

Distributed in 1978 by Warner Bros.

w/ beautiful Jacqueline Bisset, animated George Segal and my fave drama king Robert Morely who also played the owner of the hotel in Agatha’s “The Gallop”.

A black comedy where the best chefs are each killed in a manner reflecting their most famous dishes (for example, the lobster chef is drowned). 

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II would like to see the following classic movies:

1. The Long Grey Line ...Tyrone Power

2. Knute Rockney  All American..Pat O Brian

3. Battambang...Robert Taylor

4.  Back to Batman...John Wayne

5. A Bridge Too Far...Sean  Connery, Robert Redford, et al

6. The “Big Red One”...Lee  Mavin

7. They  Came to Cochran...Gary Cooper

8. “Patton”... George C Scott

9. Castle Keep...Burt Lancaster

10. Santa Fe Trail...Errol Flyn

Thank you...
Peter  Bobrek

 

 

 

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On 10/24/2020 at 11:22 AM, Peter. Bobrek said:

II would like to see the following classic movies:

1. The Long Grey Line ...Tyrone Power

2. Knute Rockney  All American..Pat O Brian

3. Battambang...Robert Taylor

4.  Back to Batman...John Wayne

5. A Bridge Too Far...Sean  Connery, Robert Redford, et al

6. The “Big Red One”...Lee  Mavin

7. They  Came to Cochran...Gary Cooper

8. “Patton”... George C Scott

9. Castle Keep...Burt Lancaster

10. Santa Fe Trail...Errol Flyn

Thank you...
Peter  Bobrek

 

 

 

I love "Santa Fe Trail".  One of my favorite Errol Flynn films!  It gets played on TCM time to time.

Lori

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I just requested 2 movies and got an email from tcm telling me they received my request and a confirmation number. So I guess my requested movies, The Verdict with Paul Newman from 1982 and Brubaker with Robert Redford from 1980 are in the que.

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On 4/23/2021 at 12:18 PM, Lvkevin said:

I just requested 2 movies and got an email from tcm telling me they received my request and a confirmation number. So I guess my requested movies, The Verdict with Paul Newman from 1982 and Brubaker with Robert Redford from 1980 are in the que.

How did you request the movies? Please let us know since so many posters have asked how to go about requesting films. ? Thanks

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I’d love to see I CAN GET IT FOR YOU WHOLESALE.  I know it’s a Fox movie and they are getting harder to see.  They didn’t show it when Susan had a day during Summer Under The Stars 2019.   They’ve shown it, but it’s been quite a few years.

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22 minutes ago, mabelnormand1930 said:

The Heriss(sp) 1948? Olivia De havilland and Montgomery Clift.  Great acting by Olivia.

TCM just showed The Heiress as part of Oscar month.      Fine,  well produced film,  with solid direction by William Wyler and as noted great acting by Olivia DeHavilland (one of the top 5 best performances by any actress in an American Film IMO).

Of course I'm a sucker for Olivia DeHavilland;  she is the first studio-era actress I really fell for that got me into studio-era films in the first place.

I started out by watching the Warner Brother actors like Bogie,   Cagney and Flynn and that is how I discovered Olivia.   After I saw The Strawberry Blonde,  I was hooked.   

 

 

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I would like to see more westerns:

1. Shane

2. Gunfight at the OK Corral

3. Hour of the Gun

4 Warlock

And my all-time favorite movie:

5. The Magnificent 7 ( the 1960 original, not the pathetic  remake).

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