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#TCMFF 2014 Highlights - Why Worry?

A film with a simple premise enchanted me at the Egyptian Theater at this year’s TCMFF.

Harold Van Pelham, a rich hypochondriac sails off  to an island paradise for his health.   842 more words

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#TCMFF 2014 Highlights - the stars

I imagine every single TCM and classic film fan that attended this years TCM Classic Film Festival (TCMFF) is having as difficult time as I am reconciling the fact it is already a week past.   2,767 more words

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Mr. Hobbs Takes a Vacation

I refer to this movie as one of my guilty pleasures, but in truth there should be no guilt associated with it.  Mr. Hobbs Takes a Vacation… 1,531 more words

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It Happens Every Spring (1949)

It Happens Every Spring that chemistry professor, Vernon K. Simpson becomes distracted.  He’s been working on a formula to repel wood for some time and can barely get through his lessons each day because his mind wanders back to his experiment. 955 more words

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To Doris Day, Happy Birthday

If you visit the TCM website you’ll see a very special feature prominently displayed, a TCM Original recording of an audio interview conducted by Robert Osborne with  1,653 more words

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#TCMFF - I will be queen wherever I walk

“What does that Mean?”

This year marks the fifth Turner Classic Movies Film Festival (TCMFF) and the second year I attend.  This is also the second year I publish my well-thought-out plan of action, which I share with you today.   1,499 more words

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Warner Archive's A Damsel in Distress (1937)

Fred Astaire dancing to tunes by George and Ira Gershwin and partnered with George Burns and Gracie Allen, Gracie-isms galore, a nineteen-year-old Joan Fontaine, the snootiness of Reginald Gardiner, impressive art direction and available in HD – all reasons why I so enjoyed watching George Stevens’ … 778 more words

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