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Old 01-26-2012, 12:05 AM
Originally Posted by creekin111 View Post
No its perfectly valid. What do the letters in AMC mean? What's the channel's identity? Since it doesn't stand for American Movie Classics anymore then why keep the same letters? Why can't they split into 2 different channels (one for just shows and one for just movies)? I know its because they're pussies letting the bean counters take over their network. They don't want to admit the loss of their identity because then that would mean another basic cable movie channel would be created and that means loss of viewers on their network. Its MTV all over again only with movies instead of music. btw I can't think of a single film made before 1980 that wasn't a western or the Godfathers that aired on AMC recently.
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