I'm surprised I didn't see about it until today. Adolph Green, the great composer and screenwriter, died on October 23rd at the age of 86. Look at this list and you'll see some of the best movies, or at least the most entertaining, ever made: "Good News" "The Barkleys Of Broadway" "On The Town" "Singin' In The Rain" "The Band Wagon" "It's Always Fair Weather" "Auntie Mame" "Bells Are Ringing" "What A Way To Go" He helped write these movie's various facets, screenplays, stories and songs. He was quite a writer, and a great person to interview about movies and musicals. He will be missed. Sincerely, John Kilduff... C'mon, where's that "It's Always Fair Weather" DVD?