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    7 Faces of Dr. Lao (1964)

    Nothing to add except that this film is a family favorite (for over 50 years) and a blu-ray would be fantastic.
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    What's cooking?

    I did not grow up with savory pies either, unless you count the little Swanson's chicken pot pies LOL. The pie I made has rapini, hot Italian sausage, garlic, ricotta, Parmigiana Reggiano, sharp provolone cheese and hot capicola. The dough is richer than American pie dough; it has eggs, and...
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    What's cooking?

    Happy Pi Day! I decided to go savory with an Italian Easter Pie.
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    Press Release Warner Archive Press Release: Broadway Melody of 1940 (1940) (Blu-ray)

    Hey Will, if you don't have it, check out Thomas Hampson's rendition of Begin the Beguine - he sings Porter a bit too operatically for my taste, however, they use the original Broadway orchestrations and the one for Beguine is particularly thrilling and soaring; the disc is worth it for the...
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    3D Meet Bob Furmanek: HTF Golden Age 3-D Consultant

    Captain EO was amazing 3-D
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    What's on your Daily Viewing List?

    If you enjoyed Eve Arden, be sure to see Mildred Pierce if you haven't. She is fantastically "Eve Arden" in that (and it's a great film besides).
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    MARY POPPINS, A LOOK BACK

    I believe RCA released the LP in England, also.
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    What's cooking?

    Happy Valentine's Day (Strawberry Cheesecake Bites)
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    Scott Atwell Star Trek Discussion thread (Series and Films)

    Long thought mythical, Captain Kirk persevered and finally found the legendary Sourdough Planet. Landing parties armed with butter and serrated knives are beaming down now. My sourdough loaf this morning reminded me of the planet effects from TOS. :)
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    The Sting 4K UHD Coming From Universal

    I'm not sure about that in the case of The Sting: the HD-DVD had instances of scratches and minus density which the blu "fixed". To me the HD looked more like film. It may have been the same transfer, but it was worked on digitally in between.
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    What's cooking?

    I had good luck with the Cook's Illustrated bagel recipe, fantastic in fact.
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    The Sting 4K UHD Coming From Universal

    Mine ultimately did, too; it would skip about 45 minutes of the movie. Seamlessly I might add. But still.
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