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    Quote Originally Posted by Continental Op View Post
    Noir Alley on Sunday mornings is the $#@!.

    http://noiralley.tcm.com/images/page...y-Schedule.pdf
    He Ran all the Way is a good one. Thanks for the heads up.

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    Lady in The Lake is pretty damned good for such an experimental film. Robert Montgomery was a great director.

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    Watched The Defiant Ones yesterday. Forgot how good it was.

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    The Grapes of Wrath just started. Based on John Steinbeck's classic (script by Nunnally Johnson), it may be the greatest American story ever told. Solid f'n gold. John Ford gets Henry Fonda, John Carradine, Jane Darwell and Russell Simpson all give the greatest performance of their lives. Nominated for seven Academy Awards including Best Picture, and Winner of two, Ford - Best Director and Jane Darwell - Best Supporting Actress. Can't believe The Philadelphia Story beat it. But it's a bittersweet tale. I could watch it 1000 times and not get tired of it.
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    Steinbeck said it blew him away as far as meeting his expectations from the novel. He also said that nobody could ever and will ever play Tom Joad better than Henry Fonda. But what does he know?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RPM View Post
    The Grapes of Wrath just started. Based on John Steinbeck's classic (script by Nunnally Johnson), it may be the greatest American story ever told. Solid f'n gold. John Ford gets Henry Fonda, John Carradine, Jane Darwell and Russell Simpson all give the greatest performance of their lives. Nominated for seven Academy Awards including Best Picture, and Winner of two, Ford - Best Director and Jane Darwell - Best Supporting Actress. Can't believe The Philadelphia Story beat it. But it's a bittersweet tale. I could watch it 1000 times and not get tired of it.
    i'd like to think the greatest american story ever told wouldn't feature $#@!ing okies

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Knight View Post
    i'd like to think the greatest american story ever told wouldn't feature $#@!ing okies
    Well, they were trying to GTFO as fast as they could, so they had that going for them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Knight View Post
    i'd like to think the greatest american story ever told wouldn't feature $#@!ing okies
    Makes sense to me.

    1) Oklahoma is a $#@!hole.
    2) Okies are the dregs of society.
    3) They always get their asses beat on trips to California.
    4) We'll never get rid of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RPM View Post
    The Grapes of Wrath just started. Based on John Steinbeck's classic (script by Nunnally Johnson), it may be the greatest American story ever told. Solid f'n gold. John Ford gets Henry Fonda, John Carradine, Jane Darwell and Russell Simpson all give the greatest performance of their lives. Nominated for seven Academy Awards including Best Picture, and Winner of two, Ford - Best Director and Jane Darwell - Best Supporting Actress. Can't believe The Philadelphia Story beat it. But it's a bittersweet tale. I could watch it 1000 times and not get tired of it.
    I watched that again yesterday. I mentioned earlier in the thread what a masterpiece it is from a purely technical standpoint. I wasn't planning to watch the whole movie but it's just such a joy to watch it sucked me in. I think it's probably the finest piece of American cinema I've seen that was made before Citizen Kane came along the following year and shifted the paradigm.

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    Sub movie marathon this morning. Run Silent, Run Deep on now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phdhorn View Post
    But what does he know?
    If he knows so much, how come he's dead?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RPM View Post
    Sub movie marathon this morning. Run Silent, Run Deep on now.
    First, we got a submarine movie.
    Second, the movie's name is Up Periscope.
    Third, James Garner is talking to an actress about establishing a beachhead.
    Fourth, he's also talking to her about Beach maneuvers.

    Any movie about a submarine called Up Periscope and talking about beachheads and maneuvers, well, have at it.

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    Herzog marathon right now. Stroszek and Aguirre on deck

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    Both are on my Need To Watch List. Thanks for the heads up.

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    The Brood is on right now. Oliver Reed is great in this movie.

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    It's Jimmy Stewart day on TCM. Nothing but his movies all day and all night. One of my favorites, The Glenn Miller Story, starts at 8e/7c. Highly recommended if you've never seen it.

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    Rear Window and The Man Who Knew Too Much back to back starting at 1:15 AM. Gonna be a good night.
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    Damn FBI Story is on while I'm at work. That was one of my favorites as a kid.

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    Almost that time of year again. This year they are doing it by nominees/winners for each category.

    http://31days.tcm.com/schedule.pdf

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    Wednesday the 28th and Sunday the 25th look to be the best. I don't know if they intentionally broke up the other days with random films on purpose or not.

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    Best Picture Winners

    8:00 PM The Bridge on the River Kwai (1957)
    11:00 PM Patton (1970)
    2:00 AM From Here to Eternity (1953)
    4:15 AM Casablanca (1942)


    damn

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    Best Cinematography Winners - Part 1

    8:00 PM A River Runs Through It (1992)
    10:15 PM Bound for Glory (1976)
    1:00 AM The Hustler (1961)
    3:30 AM Battleground (1949)

    damn again

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    Best Special Effects Winners (Includes Special Achievement
    Award Winners)

    8:00 PM 2001 (1968)
    11:45 PM Cocoon (1985)
    2:00 AM Loganís Run (1975) (Special Achievement Award)
    4:15 AM The Poseidon Adventure (1972) (Special Achievement Award)


    id watch the hell out of this



    Best Art Direction Winners

    8:00 PM Moulin Rouge (1952)
    10:15 PM Julius Caesar (1953)
    12:30 AM Barry Lyndon (1975)
    3:45 AM Camelot (1967)

    and this

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    Best Director Winners - Part 2

    8:00 PM Cabaret (1971)
    10:15 PM Giant (1956)
    1:45 AM The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948)
    4:00 AM The Divine Lady (1929)

    Giant and The Treasure of the Sierra Madre are two of my all time fave movies

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    I changed cable providers and lost the cache of movies I DVRed last year. Still haven't seen Giant. Need to remedy that this time around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tx 3 putt View Post
    Best Director Winners - Part 2

    8:00 PM Cabaret (1971)
    10:15 PM Giant (1956)
    1:45 AM The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948)
    4:00 AM The Divine Lady (1929)

    Giant and The Treasure of the Sierra Madre are two of my all time fave movies
    I'm tempted to go see it on the big screen this week. I keep saying I'm gonna go to one of these, but I haven't yet.

    https://www.fathomevents.com/events/...e-sierra-madre

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    Quote Originally Posted by Continental Op View Post
    I changed cable providers and lost the cache of movies I DVRed last year. Still haven't seen Giant. Need to remedy that this time around.

    im actually jealous of you, getting to see it for the first time

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