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Where fore art thou, Pathmark?
- James Lehman, Jr.
I first saw this film on broadcast TV, aloooooong time ago. When I came of age, and realized I could BUY it, hey, here I am, TCM ! and I am now a MEMBER! Got the Tshirt ! Ordered the movie to show/share with others ! But wait ! The DVD I received does NOT have the grocery store scene I remember from the TV showing ! It was that memorable . Holmes and Watson enter the store and then they are in the meat freezer and then they are not. What a lack of continuity ! Yes, I remember that scene, especially. The seeking of Moriarty must include that scene, WHY was it deleted ? If Ben Mankewicz wants a topic to cover, this is one, IMHO. I am almost ready to return it, and ask about the deleted scene... STick that lost 6 or 7 minutes back in !!! I think I'd pay for the privilege. What say you, TCM? In Cinema veritas?
They might be giants
Terrific movie! This should be re-released on DVD.
Give me uncut
For those of us who live on the edge, this is the most brilliant cinematic expression of the fine line between genius and madness. The wise know that just because one doesn't believe in fairies doesn't mean that they don't exisit. However, the edited version which omits the grocery store scene is not the real movie.TCM, if you won't air it, tell me where I can find an uncut copy.Lynn the not really crazy
They Might be Giants
George C Scott - As Holmes - Need I say more - Well, YES!!! - A classic - Please put into your showingsI can't wait ! ! !
They Might Be Giants
I want to see this again. The grocery store scene was at Pathmark on Route 45 in Woodbury, NJ.The store had not opened yet.I was so disappointed in Joanne Woodward when a small group of us showed up at the site and she was RUDE...VERY RUDE - Paul was none too nice either....The only cast member to treat the small group with ANY respect was Al Lewis........and he was delightful! I was 17 at the time and learned alot about folks from Connecticut!
They Might Be Giants
I keep hoping that TCM will show this sometime--I haven't seen it since the 70s and I loved it. I keep telling people about it but it never runs. It was delightful and George and Joanne were terrific.
THEY MIGHT BE GIANTS
I loved this movie. Went to see it with a girlfriend when I was 38 at a drive in. She wanted to see the other feature, Ten Pretty Maids All in a Row with Rock Hudson. Think that was title. I loved the George C Scott movie! She would not go back with me. I went alone every night. Each time I'd tell the ticket taker he must think it strange I was coming back. Wanted to be sure he didn't think I was coming back for the Rock Hudson movie. Finally the fifth night he actually remembered me.What movie are you coming to see?They Might be Giants.OH, he said. That is a real sleeper! No one likes that one. Sorry I ordered it.I loved it at 38 and still do at 72. But never see it anywhere. It was so funny and exciting and romantic.
my favorite movie
I worked at a movie theater when I was a teen. I saw this movie dozens of times and haven't seen it since. Where did it go?
Delightful and Heartwarming
This move needs to be shown more...it is the classic of classics type movie. Two wonderful stars and others that put on a performance that was never appreciated. Thank you George and Joanne for such a wonderful and entertaining movie.
Warm, humorous, inspirational
One of the best movies that almost no one has seen. The characters are delightful, the plot quirky, the acting a joy. A must see for any fan of Scott, Woodward, or Holmes. It should be re-released on DVD ASAP.
They are Giants
A wonderful film with George C. Scott and Joanne Woodward. Since it has not aired any place I can find in recent memory, I wonder if there might be copyright problems.
What A Fun Movie
I wish that this movie would come on TCM. It is a fun movie but with a real interesting ending. The film was done in such a way that if you are a Sherlock Holmes fan it let you down or take any thing away from your love of Sherlock Holmes. You can ID with George C. Scott's prefect acting role of a lover gone over board. Well DONE!