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23 hours ago, TopBilled said:

Monday October 1, 2018

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Laurence Harvey on TCM

KING RICHARD AND THE CRUSADERS with Rex Harrison

OF HUMAN BONDAGE with Kim Novak

THE OUTRAGE with Paul Newman

NIGHT WATCH with Elizabeth Taylor

F FOR FAKE with Orson Welles

BUTTERFIELD 8 with Elizabeth Taylor

THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF THE BROTHERS GRIMM with Claire Bloom

"F for Fake" is such an off the wall film. Thanks for the heads up, TB!

Gotta love films about art forgery, since it's a career I am contemplating getting into asap.

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17 minutes ago, CaveGirl said:

"F for Fake" is such an off the wall film. Thanks for the heads up, TB!

Gotta love films about art forgery, since it's a career I am contemplating getting into asap.

You be careful with that now, you hear? LOL

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13 minutes ago, Hepburn Fan said:

I am just being cute, and it isn't working. I am only talking the end of the film, the part I actually watched. TopBilled, I never said, the movie didn't work for me. I never said "work," did I? Turner Classic Movies was on the tube, while I was running jaws, the vacuum cleaner. I came up for air just in time to see the end of the movie. Maybe it was a good movie, I don't know. See how easy words can go wrong? From start to finish, it might be a good movie. I don't know. Reminded me of A Star Is Born with Kris Kristofferson.

Oh I see. To be honest, I didn't really care for BUTTERFIELD 8 when I watched it. But I also realized that while it may not have been for me, it might have been enjoyable to others. If we're talking Oscar, I think Liz's second Oscar is much more deserved.

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37 minutes ago, TopBilled said:

Monday October 8, 2018

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Fredric March on TCM

EXECUTIVE SUITE with William Holden

THE BARRETTS OF WIMPOLE STREET with Norma Shearer

ONE FOOT IN HEAVEN with Martha Scott

He was so memorable in "Middle of the Night" with Kim Novak.

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2 minutes ago, rayban said:

He was so memorable in "Middle of the Night" with Kim Novak.

Yes, it's been awhile since TCM has aired it. He seemed to do quite well with the character roles that occurred later in his career.

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I'm really looking forward to seeing TONIGHT AND EVERY NIGHT again. I haven't seen it in at least 10 years.

For a musical, it tends to be a bit somber (with London during WWII within it's plot.) Beautiful technicolor, though, and some rarely shown song and dance numbers. Dancer Marc Platt and dancer/choreographer Jack Cole are in it, too, whom I love.

*Look for the scene on the rehearsal stage with Rita and company and see if you can spot the uncredited Shelley Winters.                                                                                      

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8 hours ago, sagebrush said:

I'm really looking forward to seeing TONIGHT AND EVERY NIGHT again. I haven't seen it in at least 10 years.

For a musical, it tends to be a bit somber (with London during WWII within it's plot.) Beautiful technicolor, though, and some rarely shown song and dance numbers. Dancer Marc Platt and dancer/choreographer Jack Cole are in it, too, whom I love.

*Look for the scene on the rehearsal stage with Rita and company and see if you can spot the uncredited Shelley Winters.                                                                                      

It's a good example of Lee Bowman getting a lead part in a prestige picture. Typically he played secondary roles.

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Saturday October 13, 2018

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James Stewart directed by Alfred Hitchcock on Starz

ROPE with Farley Granger

REAR WINDOW with Grace Kelly

THE MAN WHO KNEW TOO MUCH with Doris Day

VERTIGO with Barbara Bel Geddes

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