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March star of the month is Doris Day
February star of the month was John Garfield

March's listings in alphabetical order (no descriptions)
the Crossword Puzzle
February's listings in alphabetical order (no descriptions)
February Crossword Puzzle

TCM Remembers Robert Osborn

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April 2021

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Silent movie science fiction fans, remember Steam Trek, The Moving Picture?

Dr. Strangelove
clip, Slim Pickens drops the Bomb

It's a heluva thing to do to kill a man Clint Eastwood

Short: The Duoped

Fun facts:

Official Lon Chaney website In that famous scene, Gene Kelly is not actually "singing in the rain," because water didn't show up well on camera at night. They used a mixture of milk and water for Gene to splash around in.
For The Hunchback Of Notre Dame, Lon Chaney wore a hump weighing over 50 pounds so that he would walk realistically. For "The Penalty" (1920), he had his legs bound tightly behind him in a harness, inserting his knees into leather stumps devised as artificial legs with his feet bound at the thighs. This was a very painful ordeal which cut circulation to his legs resulting in broken blood vessels.

Movie producer David O. Selznick was fined $5000 by the MPAA for allowing the word "damn" in the movie Gone With The Wind. And producer Darryl F. Zanuck once rented the entire country of San Marino, the world's oldest republic, as the medieval setting for "Prince Of Foxes" to be filmed, believe it or not!
David Niven was one of the first Hollywood stars to join the war effort, joining the British commando service in 1940.
His first feature movie after the war was Stairway To Heaven (1946), about WW2 pilots and others arriving in Heaven. The publisher of "The Maltese Falcon" wanted the original novel's title changed because he didn't think most Americans know what a falcon is

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Doc Hudson is the Hudson Hornet

If anyone asks, I was smashin' mailboxes with Lightning McQueen

The Chronicles of Narnia has arrived on DVD... The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe

"Good night and God bless" Red Skelton

The story of "It's A Wonderful Life" told in 30 seconds by cartoon bunnies...unless you prefer The Exorcist Bunny

This is another fine mess you've gotten me into Stan Laurel & Oliver Hardy

Freaks (1932) was banned in Britain for 30 years, directed by Tod Browning, and even the ending was edited out before it was released in America. The original ending of the storyboard wasn't approved for filming (it involved an axe and a bag of feathers)

Today is , you old poop Katharine Hepburn

"Always be a first-rate version of yourself, instead of a second-rate version of somebody else"

Judy Garland (quoted in TCM's Viewer Guide)
Badges? We ain't got no badges. We don't need no badges. I don't got to show you any stinking badges!
Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948)
Guess Who's Coming To Dinner? (Star Trek 6)

Are you a good witch or a bad witch? Or a wicked fairy? The great Oz has spoken

Fragi-le, must be Italian! Darren McGavin in A Christmas Story. And if you don't get on that plane, you'll regret it

"What we have here is a failure to communicate" Strother Martin, Cool Hand Luke
There's going to be a rumble tonight Westside Story. The Jewish writers of Westside Story planned for it to be a retelling of Romeo & Juliet, with Catholics vs. a Jewish street gang, until they realized Shakespeare himself had rewritten an older such story of a Catholic marrying a Jew, so changed it to a Hispanic (Puerto Rican) vs. white street gang

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They hate us, Mr. President...I'm not bad, just drawn that way
Can't open the pod bay doors...probably Human error...Pink Panther hiding
There's no fighting in the war room
Before Glenn Beck, there was Network. The bees know...Hello, Clarice. You've got to ask yourself, Do I feel lucky?

They quit on me Paul Newman...I never shot nobody I didn't have to John Wayne
It's alive (Frankenstein)