Once again, you are airing Melanie Griffith’s “tribute” to Jean Harlow, which is dreadful in every way. I suppose it seemed like a good concept to have a “modern” (well sort of) blond bombshell discuss Harlow. But it doesn’t work. Griffith is – to say the least – not a film historian and her comments are embarrassing. Her reading is cold and poorly done. I cringe every time it comes on.
You have many other tributes in the vault, such as Tony Curtis and Michael Caine on Cary Grant; or John Waters on Vincent Price; or Martin Landau’s tribute to Bela Lugosi. How about airing one of them instead? Even Robert Redford’s rather wooden tribute to Natalie Wood, while not my favorite, would be an improvement.