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Awesome Thom. I knew Hitch was funny but I had no idea that he was so witty!

Thanks for doing a piece outside of the realm of your spectrum (a Film a year in order)


Glad you liked it, S. It was refreshing to do something a little different. I taped this off TCM back in September and waited to watch and transcribe the best bits from it till the Blog-a-Thon. Hitch's sense of humor was on display almost non-stop, and he managed to say all of that stuff with a straight face too. Thanks for including me in the 'thon.

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