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What do you think?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Paco Malo Jul 18, 2010. 2 Replies

i fear TCM is becoming or will become "politicaly correct".

Turner "Classic" Movies

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kristine Sader Jun 23, 2010. 11 Replies

Is it just me or has TCM changed? I always thought the classics were sixties or earlier.   I've noticed lately that they are showing a lot of  70s and later.  Friday night was a real disapointment to…Continue

How many stars of the golden age and later years are left?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Cinemaven Feb 3, 2013. 14 Replies

With the recent passing of Glen Ford, Gene Barry and Richard Widmark i have been wondering just how many of the great ones are left. Post any and all that you know that are left. thanks.


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What are your favorite movies?
to have and have not. they were expendable. war of the worlds,( the good one.) casablanca. maltese falcon. key largo. the searchers. the thin man.
Who are your favorite stars?
bogart, wayne, bacall, barry, tracey, hepburn, grant, cagney, robinson, stewart, douglas, stewart, loy, powell, fonda, hope, flynn, rathbone, raines, hale.
Who are your favorite directors?
john houston, frank capra, howard hawks, hitchcock.
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
what i love most about the classics is the patriotism and love for country that i just don't seen in todays movies. i do not watch any modern films or care for any of the modern "actors". i only watch movies from the 30s' to early 60s'. i try to live my life as they did back then. i feel the old classics have made me a better man. you can watch all day and never hear a cuss word too.
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