Okay, so I was born to middle age parents, so, as I grew up, I was exposed to their likes...you know, REAL music..the Eagles, CCR..and REAL movies...Gone with the Wind, A Street Car named Desire. My husband's mother was 18 when she had him...before he married me..he had never heard of Abbot and Costello or The Rat PAck. So, I have slowly been introducing him to the classics. This weekend..the little monkey has gone to her grandparents and we were going to have a n "old movie" weekend. Starring..Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis movies and followed by...a personal favorite..Bob Hope. And off we go to the movie store...I walk aimlessly down the aisles...finding nothing. So, I go to the cashier and had to repeat all three names twice. The cashier (roughly my age) gave me a blank stare, tapped his computer keys and said "nope" to all three. This has me baffled. I search the aisles again and come up with the conclusion that the oldest movie in the store is probably "young frankenstein". Not REALLY a classic...well, okay, maybe it is...I LOVE Gene WIlder...but, it's just not in the same category as Lucy or BOb. Which leads to this...WHAT IS GOING ON HERE? I'm only 26....how have the greats suddenly disappeared from the shelves? Am I the only one thinking this way? Am I the only one craving comedy that doesn't involve today's rude humor? ~sigh~ is anyone out there a "oldie" fan besides me? Tell me about it...what's your fav?