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The Sign of the Ram
- Gwen Atkins
This is a very exciting and suspenseful movie with incredible actors. The story line is written very well. I love this movie and am so very disappointed That it has not been made into a DVD yet. I would buy it immediately if it was. I would also get 2 more DVD's for my daughter and daughter-in-law. I know my 2 sisters would get it as well. I will keep hoping that they realize there are many people who don't sign up for a DVD but would get it if it were available. I thank TCM everytime they show it. It is on today at 6:30 pm and I for one will be watching it. Please watch them come online and vote for this movie.
Loved this movie. Gave it 5 stars. Couldn't believe when I saw it listed on the t.v. guide and immediately grabbed my remote to tape it. I saw this movie when I was very young and since have tried to find it but thought it no longer existed. I seem to remember a similar movie where a woman in a wheelchair is PUSHED off a cliff (not committed suicide). Is there a movie out there with such an ending? Thanks TCM for bringing back such classics.
MY PEGGY ANN DOES IT AGAIN!!!!!!!
- ALPHONSE DATTOLO
ALTHOUGH I RESPECT SUSAN PETERS AND HER PPERFORMANCE IN THIS MOVIE WAS EXCELLENT, THE REAL STAR OF THE SIGN OF THE RAM WAS MY ANGEL PEGGY ANN GARNER. ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS LOOK DEEPLY INTO PEGGY ANN'S EYES AND YOU WILL BE DRAWN INTO THE BEAUTY AND THE TALENT OF THE GREATEST ACTRESS WHO EVER LIVED-MY ANGEL PEGGY ANN GARNER!!!!!!!
Reminds me of Rebecca
This is a really good film, reminiscent of Rebecca in the mysterious mood and setting. Everything seems idyllic until the viewer picks up from outside characters that everything isn't as perfect as it seems in the house. Can't wait to see it again.
TCM Must Show This Someday
Please TCM, get on the ball and show, this obscure film now. A movie referrence book calls it "weird" and for the novelty that the leading lady Susan Cabot was really confined to a wheelchair.