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Invasion Of The Body Snatchers (1978)

The Devil With Hitler returneth . . . with That Natzy Nuisance!

Love Affair (1939) & Show Boat (1936) - Dunne got me there, sho nuff!

The Towering Inferno

more Cavett's!!!

THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL

Leaves From Satan's Book

Kay Francis' b-day!!!!! - great uncommon picks!

The Women / The Yearling / The Crazies - oh my!

Skyscraper Souls and Beauty & The Boss - where 'W' actually means something

Oil For The Lamps Of China

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M A B U S E

Anatomy Of A Murder

Pocketful Of Miracles

Marie Antoinette

Night Of The Living Dead

S U P E R M A N serials

Hairspray!

 

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A Wonderful & Wicked month of scheduling.

 

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My only minor wish-coulda-been's:

Hush, Hush thrice, yet no Baby Jane? :-(

Would've preferred Night instead of House . . . of Dark Shadows.

 

Thanks TCMProgrammr

Another smashing job!

 

 

 

 

S A M

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[nobr]Yeah, I was surprised too, Christine.[/nobr]

I hear tell it's a pretty good, well-paced flick.

 

 

A N D

 

Yet another potential treat in October . . .

G R E Y G A R D E N S

 

Was unfamiliar with it which it why I glossed over it initially. However, coincidentally, MorningEdition on NPR featured an article about this apparent classic documentary. And now I'm stoked to check it out; it sounds intriguing, similar to the starkness found in Crumb.

 

Here's a link to the item from this morning:

http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=6059938

 

As m'Lady is a Protective Services Officer in this state's Senior&Disabled Services, I'm particularly interested in viddying it with her and getting her take on the doc.

 

S A M

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Oh, man, I loved Grey Gardens. I got the dvd from the library because there is a song called Grey Gardens on Rufus Wainwright's Poses cd. I had never heard of this cult film before. It is fascinating. I would love to see the new stage musical version of it with Christine Ebersole.

 

It's one of those films that I finished watching and thought, 'Huh." Then I found that I could not stop thinking about it for days. I'm looking forward to seeing it again on TCM.

 

Sandy K

 

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//hope this post doesn't get buried today//

Yeah, what's up with that?

Awful lotta activity to-day, apparently, and a couple of tries getting in yesterday stalled and were unsuccesful.

 

Anyway, I realised that I may have to rent a dvd of the doc, for I'll probably abroad when it airs, darn it all. Good to know that one exists. Thanks!

 

S A M

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