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Beyond the Blue Horizon(1942)

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  • Beyond the blue Horizon

    • Jeff Hutchinson
    • 3/28/17

    I can see that many people have seen this movie when they were in they were in their adolescents. I must've been 7 years old when I stayed up on a late night to watch it. It seems that most of the previous request has been unanswered. I remember during the 90's I asked and suggested that you showed this movie as it was very intriguing to me, especially when they tricked the elephant to stop it from destroying the village. The fact that you had Dorothy Lamour in it you cant ever go wrong there. Please, please please show this movie before it is too late. At a very old age it would bring me back in remembering my childhood if I can see it one more time. I am at 601-620-6869 and I watch TCM religiously. Thank you.

  • would love to see again

    • jesse stewart
    • 2/1/10

    I saw this film on tv when I was about 14, in the 60's, and have always wanted to see it again, I most remember Lamour, Denning being trapped in the cave by the killer elephant, that killed Lamour's parents.

  • Memories Are Made of Movies Like This

    • sbailey
    • 5/5/09

    This movie came out in 1942. I was only a kid and I am now 72 years old But I have never forgotten this movie. It is very campy now but at a young age it was very exciting. I would like to see it again and Hope TCM finds the where with all to show it.Many thanks for all you do show- the TV would be very boring without you.

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