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Discussion in 'TV Shows' started by SilverWook, Dec 21, 2014.
Ditto on the Moon-Spinners. I remember reading the novel it was based on.
Can't wait! Great lineup!
You guys got me going so I had to pull out my TCM copy and gave it a repeat. Most enjoyable.
This was from last September.
TCM announces these that early or was this a repeat of all of these?
Leonard looked a little rough tonight.
I wonder how he’s doing these days.
Monday, September 2nd will be another night of Treasures from the Disney Vault:
8:00 P.M. - Fun and Fancy Free (1947)
9:30 P.M. - Donald’s Fire Trouble (1943)
9:45 P.M. - The Love Bug (1968)
11:45 P.M. - The Happiest Millionaire (1967)
2:15 A.M. - The Art of Skiing (1941)
2:30 A.M. - Snowball Express (1973)
4:15 A.M. - The Hockey Champ (1939)
4:30 A.M. - The Misadventures of Merlin Jones (1964)
Looking forward to revisiting Fun and Fancy Free and seeing Happiest Millionaire for the first time, though looking at the runtime listed at the site, it doesn’t appear to be the full roadshow version.
Just a reminder that Treasures from the Disney Vault starts tomorrow night at 8PM Eastern
He's been battling Parkinson's in recent years.
The only feature film in that lineup that doesn't already have an HD master is Merlin Jones. So that's the only one I'll tune in to see if they have anything new to premiere, transfer-wise.
Just catching up on the DVR recording I made of this month's edition of Treasures from the Disney Vault, where I heard Leonard Maltin say something I hadn't been expecting. At the introduction of the Goofy short, The Art of Skiing, and the film it accompanied in 1972, Snowball Express, Leonard stated that "It's our last edition for 2019." I had assumed originally that TCM would do another of edition around the holidays, but it sounds like that isn't going to happen. I wonder if Disney didn't want that this year due to the launch of Disney+?
Its sequel, 1965's The Monkey's Uncle, does have one and looks pretty good.
Leonard Maltin still writes reviews about movies and film books on the internet, still interviews people in podcasts and recently hosted a film festival. I get Facebook postings from him every few days.
Have a few of Leonard's movie guide books and still look at them for reviews and info on older films.
I'm sorry to hear that he has Parkinson's. In 2017, I saw him at the premiere of the Sherman Brothers' Levi! at LA City College, and I never would have guessed he was sick.
The Happiest Millionaire is still on TCM on Demand for two more days at 164 minutes, same as on all the other legal streaming sources for Disney movies.
Well, I am not saying he has Parkinson's, but he is still very active. I spent an hour yesterday watching a live chat with him and his daughter. He has his own website Leonardmaltin.com, a Facebook page and is also on Patreon. He was just at Telluride, teaches still at USC, writes movie reviews that he posts on his website and is going on the TCM cruise this October as a speaker. He might have the disease, but he is still very active!