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TCM spotlight on 'gay hollywood'-- June 2017

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#241 rayban


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Posted 10 March 2017 - 07:49 PM

Tonight, on TCM, Richard Burton goes "gay" in "Staircase" and "Villain".

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Posted 10 March 2017 - 06:11 PM

Somewhere in movie heaven Robert  Osborne is smiling

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Posted 10 March 2017 - 12:24 PM

We were just talking about this yesterday-- how it had been a while (ten years) since TCM had a retrospective on gay images. I'm happy to say they are doing another round of films this coming June. Some of the selections are rather interesting.




thursday june 1, 2017

just a gigolo (1931) with william haines

waterloo bridge (1931) with douglass montgomery, directed by james whale

the women (1939) with marjorie main, directed by george cukor

no time for love (1943) with claudette colbert, directed by mitchell leisen

christopher strong (1933) with katharine hepburn, directed by dorothy arzner

there goes my heart (1938) with patsy kelly


friday june 2, 2017

ben-hur: a tale of the christ (1925) with ramon novarro

storm at daybreak (1933) with kay francis


thursday june 8, 2017

night and day (1946) with monty woolley, based on the life of cole porter

words and music (1948) with tom drake

rope (1948) with john dall & farley granger, directed by alfred hitchcock

the razor's edge (1946) with clifton webb, based on material by somerset maugham

a place in the sun (1951) with montgomery clift


friday june 9, 2017

summer stock (1950) with marjorie main, directed by charles walters

the enchanted cottage (1945) with mildred natwick


thursday june 15, 2017

rebel without a cause (1955) with james dean & sal mineo, directed by nicholas ray

all that heaven allows (1955) with rock hudson, directed by douglas sirk

cat on a hot tin roof (1958) with judith anderson

nowhere to go (1958) with george nader

the seventh sin (1957) with ellen corby

les girls (1957) directed by george cukor


friday june 16, 2017

sincerely yours (1955) with liberace


thursday june 22, 2017

gypsy (1962) with lyrics by stephen sondheim

billy liar (1963) directed by john schlesinger

suddenly, last summer (1959) with montgomery clift

psycho (1960) with anthony perkins, directed by alfred hitchcock

west side story (1961) directed by jerome robbins


friday june 23, 2017

i could go on singing (1963) with dirk bogarde

ride the wild surf (1964) with tab hunter


thursday june 29, 2017

who's afraid of virginia woolf? (1966) with sandy dennis, based on material by edward albee

the loved one (1965) with robert morse

the year of living dangerously (1982) with linda hunt

torch song trilogy (1988) with harvey fierstein, based on his own material

valentino (1977) based on the life of rudolph valentino


friday june 30, 2017

cabaret (1972) directed by bob fosse

the catalina caper (1967) with tommy kirk

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