January 27, 2010
satc
we'll call this the classic movie of the month, and we'll see if another one pops up next month. there's a good chance of that happening now that i'm keeping tabs on the turner classic movies schedule and dvr'ing everything that intrigues me. have i told you? old movies are my fetish.
don't miss seeing our man jimmy stewart in this earliest you've got mail story. tomorrow. 3 pm. the shop around the corner. record it and save for valentine's day. or watch this weekend while your husband is at class.
ps. and if you're in the mood for a cutesy cary grant, you can catch operation petticoat on saturday. a goodie. and bonus.. co-starring tony curtis.

7 comments:

Anneliese said...

every day i am home the first thing i check is what is on the tcm docket! it is almost always on! this movie is really good! i've seen it a couple times :)

Elsa said...

This is one of my favorites! Did you know that there's a musical version called "She Loves Me"? It's impossible to get a recording, but I think it's on YouTube.

marta said...

yes, old movies are the best. so classic, so true, so quotable. can't wait to see this one. i thought of you the other day when i read this quote.

"I always have a wonderful time, wherever I am, whomever I'm with."
- Jimmy Stewart

Kelli said...

I just programmed to record it (through the computer...technology is amazing). I LOVE You've Got Mail...favorite movie EVER, so I can't wait to watch this. Thanks for the heads up.

Aunt Kayleen said...

Truly a fav!!

natalie said...

good movie! boy i wish i had tcm!
glad you enjoy the good ol' movies. seems not many have an appreciation for them anymore.

Katherine said...

There is hardly a show on TV that I follow religiously these days, but TCM is always my go to. Love The Shop Around the Corner AND You've Got Mail.

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