Over the past several days, I've watched the Blu-rays of "The Thin Man" and "The Leopard Man". Both movies look outstanding as I am very happy with both BD releases. I watched some stuff on the TCM app. too. I watched the documentary "Ava Gardner, the Gipsy of Hollywood" (2017). Not a terrible documentary, but it did illustrated the complicated and unhappy life of a beautiful woman. Another example of the Hollywood system along with alcoholism and smoking destroying another person. Also, I watched two movies I haven't seen in their entirety for many years. "Marlowe" (1969) starring James Garner. I must say I didn't care for it as much as I did beforehand. I know part of my prior affinity for the film was due to my crush on Gayle Hunnicutt. After watching "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" it was somewhat funny watching Bruce Lee in a small part in this film. The Marlowe office scene always cracks me up. The other movie was "Seven Cities of Gold" (1955) that I had prior fond memories of, but not so much this time. Both of these films featured Rita Moreno. Man, she was something. She's another actress that should have had a bigger career, but was born at the wrong time. Anyhow, back to "Seven Cities of Gold", it was a bit more tedious than I remember, but generally the movie was okay, but not as exciting as I remember it. A good cast of actors. The TCM stream was pretty damn good and I was pleasantly surprise by its PQ. Another CinemaScope film that deserves to be on disc.