What is one of your favorite Classic Movies of all time?
How many days a week do you watch Turner Classic Movies (if you hopefully receive it)?
I don't own a tv, but TCM is a great resource
How many times per year do you attend Classic Movie events?
Please acknowledge our attendance policy--IF YOU R.S.V.P. to more than 2 group events and are "no show" without the courtesy of updating your R.S.V.P. status or sending a follow up e-mail to the organizer then your membership shall be DELETED?
I love enjoying classic movies on the big screen!
This member chose not to make their Meetup membership information public.
The TCM Classic Movie Fan Club is for to Southern California viewers of the Turner Classic Movie network (though we are a fan group and NOT directly affiliated with TCM or its parent company Time Warner). Members of our non-commercial group attend local classic movie outings and and occasional viewing parties. We see these films on the big screen in an audience setting with other like-minded TCM viewers and classic movie buffs throughout Southern California--especially the greater Los Angeles area--including the annual TCM Hollywood Film Festival, various screening venues as well as occasional viewing parties at member-hosted locations and other events.
Our group's definition of a classic movie generally means produced before the mid 1970's and also whether or not it could be a title generally shown on TCM.
The TCM Classic Movie Fan Clubis open to all movie buffs 21 years of age and older and reside in Southern California or regularly visit here. Organizer Jono reserves the right to terminate memberships upon the overall wishes of the group's members. If YOU R.S.V.P. to more than 2 group events and become a "no show" without updating your online R.S.V.P. status beforehand or sending a follow up e-mail to our group's organizer explaining the circumstances, then your membership will be terminated.
[Note from this group's organizer: Many years ago, I actually worked side-by-side with Robert Osborne for one magical year while he was a writer for the Hollywood Reporter entertainment newspaper. During that time I got to know Robert as a wonderful person, his love of movies and how Lucille Ball helped launch his start in show business. I have worshiped the ground Robert walks on ever since--even before he became TCM's on-air host. Hestill remembers me though, is very gracious and I always catch up with him at TCM's film festivals--JONO].