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11 minutes ago, sagebrush said:

Finally there's something positive about the new schedule. 😄

But if you look at the screen shot I posted today, with the October 19th schedule info, it looks like it's gone back to the larger font size.

I guess they keep changing it. :) 

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13 hours ago, TopBilled said:

But if you look at the screen shot I posted today, with the October 19th schedule info, it looks like it's gone back to the larger font size.

I guess they keep changing it. :) 

I used to copy and paste the listings of the silent films and imports into separate threads so they were listed by month and they would show up as a link, but now they just show up as the title. 😒  I  guess it really doesn't matter anymore since the schedule offers few film details anymore (some films don't have any details at all.) 🙄

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2 hours ago, sagebrush said:

I used to copy and paste the listings of the silent films and imports into separate threads so they were listed by month and they would show up as a link, but now they just show up as the title. 😒  I  guess it really doesn't matter anymore since the schedule offers few film details anymore (some films don't have any details at all.) 🙄

Yeah, it's all changed.

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22 hours ago, TopBilled said:

Thursday November 5, 2020

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Screen Shot 2020-11-04 at 4.54.10 PM

  Interestingly, James Franciscus was visible - no pun intended - as the blind detective, Longstreet, the same year as the similar Cat O'Nine Tails was released.

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1 hour ago, NoShear said:

  Interestingly, James Franciscus was visible - no pun intended - as the blind detective, Longstreet, the same year as the similar Cat O'Nine Tails was released.

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Thanks...wasn't aware of that.

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