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eBook TCM Classic Movie Crossword Puzzles (Turner Classic Movies) download ISBN: 0811870936
Author: Turner Classic Movies
Publisher: Chronicle Books; 1st edition (August 12, 2009)
Language: English
Pages: 80
ePub: 1897 kb
Fb2: 1284 kb
Rating: 4.2
Other formats: doc lrf lit lrf
Category: Humour
Subcategory: Puzzles and Games

TCM Classic Movie Crosswords book.

TCM Classic Movie Crosswords book. Film-themed crossword puzzles from Turner Classic Movies are.

Turner Classic Movies (TCM) is an American movie-oriented pay-TV network operated by Warner Bros. Entertainment, a subsidiary of AT&T's WarnerMedia. Launched in 1994, TCM is headquartered at Turner's Techwood broadcasting campus in the. Launched in 1994, TCM is headquartered at Turner's Techwood broadcasting campus in the Midtown business district of Atlanta, Georgia. Historically, the channel's programming consisted mainly of classic theatrically released feature films from the Turner Entertainment film library – which comprises films from Warner Bros.

Turner Classic Movies, US & Canada. Star of the Month Patricia Neal visited TCM back in 2004 during an episode of Private Screenings with Robert Osborne. She spoke candidly about her work, her loves and her life. We kick off our celebration of her films tonight at 8pm ET with THE FOUNTAINHEAD ('49).

Turner Classic Movies (TCM) may refer to: Turner Classic Movies (United States). Turner Classic Movies (Africa). Turner Classic Movies (Asia). Turner Classic Movies (Canada). Turner Classic Movies (Nordic). TCM Movies (UK and Ireland). Categories: Disambiguations.

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TCM Classic Movie Crosswords . Turner Classic Movies.

Film-themed crossword puzzles from Turner Classic Movies are a wildly popular feature in its Now Playing viewer'sguide, received by 160,000 subscribers each month. Collected here for the first time are 80 challenging and entertainingpuzzles from the guide, featuring clues that will test film fans' knowledge and prompt rediscovery or investigation of classic movie favorites. With a foreword by TCM host Robert Osborne and puzzles interspersed with all-new trivia features focused on classic film stars, this appealing package is sure to please crossword puzzle fans and film buffsalike.
Comments: (7)
Rich Vulture
This book seemed like a perfect fit for me because I love difficult crossword puzzles as much as I love watching TCM movies.

The the editors of this book screwed up on a few of the grids, making the puzzle impossible to work with. That was a minor problem, but what I "hated" about the clues was that many of the "answers" were merely the initials of Hollywood directors and some minor actors. A crossword puzzle should have many intersecting letters. Some of the answers had 14-15 letters with only one intersecting with its horizontal/vertical counterpart.

Disappointed that the creators didn't work a bit harder at designing these grids.
Cel
The clues are about classic movies but this isn't a good crossword puzzle book. Crossword puzzles should fill the entire grid except for the designated blacked out spaces. THIS does not do that. It just has random boxes that do not connect with the rest of the puzzle so you get no clues from the other answers..... Very frustrating. I am very knowledgeable about movies AND crossword puzzles and this book was a disappointment.
Wizer
TCM should be ashamed of this book. Worst puzzles I have ever seen. No consistency of first or las names, too many two letter solutions(cheap shot initials!!) whoever constructed these puzzles should have his/her puzzle construction degree rescinded. Just awful!!
showtime
I got this as a present for my mom, who is 83 and has trouble reading small print. The crossword clues and puzzles are great, in the tradition of TCM, but just a warning that the clue print is very small, and so are the spaces to write in the letters. My mom had a very difficult time even reading it, so I photocopied the pages larger for her, and that helped. I recommend that TCM consider making this a much larger sized book, with larger print and letter spaces. After all, it will be the "classic" people who will be most apt to enjoy classic movie crosswords!
Mavegar
I found the puzzles were at times challenging but not too challenging and I did enjoy doing them. My only complaint is with the answer pages. Since they were printed small to save size on the publication I found them hard to read, especially with the tint of the paper. Would have also preferred if the book was spiral bound.
Dalallador
There are absolutely too many black squares in these crossword puzzles. The questions are good movie questions, but they often lead to nowhere. One can't cross-check the answers or figure them out because there are usually no cross words with which to do so. If one does not know an answer, any hope of figuring it out is gone. Good questions - Bad crosswords.
Akirg
Small spaces and incredibly obscure and often arcane, antique movie trivia is needed to work on these. Very difficult dlsewise.
Got this for a grandmother who spends most her time watching old movies (and on Facebook..) she LOVES this crossword book. She’s said at least 3 times how much she’s enjoying it. And hasn’t mentioned any of our other gifts for her. So success!