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James Stewart as SOTM November 2017


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#1 athomed

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Posted 03 October 2017 - 05:46 PM

This is going to be an excellent month. I'd have to say Mr. Stewart is my favorite actor if I could only pick one. I'm glad to see there's still a few I haven't seen, and a few I've seen too many times. 


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Posted 20 August 2017 - 06:37 AM

I'm sorry that "Broken Arrow" will not be shown.  It's a lovely film and Jimmy Stewart (and Jeff Chandler) are fine in it.  Poor Debra Paget.  She doesn't have half as much chemistry with Stewart as Chandler does!


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Posted 19 August 2017 - 09:11 PM

When was the last time James Stewart was SOTM?  It has to have been quite a while ago.

 

It's his third time. Previous turns as Star of the Month: May 1996 and December 2004.

 

He's had many Summer Under the Stars tributes: 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2011, and 2014.


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Posted 19 August 2017 - 08:42 PM

When was the last time James Stewart was SOTM?  It has to have been quite a while ago.


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Posted 16 August 2017 - 11:09 AM

True, THE MOUNTAIN ROAD is airing on the 22nd. Thanks for catching that.

 

Hopefully one day TCM will get to present NEXT TIME WE LOVE. 

 

Yes I hope so too.

 

If anything gets bumped, I can see COME LIVE WITH ME used to replace it.


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Posted 16 August 2017 - 10:16 AM

I think THE MOUNTAIN ROAD is airing on November 22nd. COME LIVE WITH ME and ON OUR MERRY WAY are in the Turner library so those turn up fairly often. BROKEN ARROW is a Fox film but it is in the public domain; it airs often on the Encore Westerns Channel. NEXT TIME WE LOVE is probably the rarest, hardest-to-find film on this list. Someone uploaded a nice print of it on YouTube earlier this year but I just checked and it's been taken down.

 

True, THE MOUNTAIN ROAD is airing on the 22nd. Thanks for catching that.

 

Hopefully one day TCM will get to present NEXT TIME WE LOVE. 



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Posted 16 August 2017 - 08:45 AM

Not included in TCM's lineup:

 

NEXT TIME WE LOVE ('36, Universal)

SEVENTH HEAVEN ('37, 20th Century Fox)

COME LIVE WITH ME ('41, MGM)

IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE ('46, RKO)

MAGIC TOWN ('47, RKO)

ON OUR MERRY WAY ('48, United Artists)

YOU GOTTA STAY HAPPY ('48, Universal)

BROKEN ARROW ('50, 20th Century Fox)

THE JACKPOT ('50, 20th Century Fox)

THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH ('52, Paramount)

THE MAN FROM LARAMIE ('55, Columbia)

STRATEGIC AIR COMMAND ('55, Universal)

NIGHT PASSAGE ('57, Universal)

THE MOUNTAIN ROAD ('60, Columbia)

MR. HOBBS TAKES A VACATION ('62, 20th Century Fox)

TAKE HER, SHE'S MINE ('63, 20th Century Fox)

DEAR BRIGITTE ('65, 20th Century Fox)

THE FLIGHT OF THE PHOENIX ('65, 20th Century Fox)

THE RARE BREED ('66, Universal)

BANDOLERO! ('68, 20th Century Fox)

THE SHOOTIST ('76, Paramount)

AIRPORT '77 (Universal)

THE BIG SLEEP ('78, United Artists)

THE MAGIC OF LASSIE ('78, United Artists)

AN AMERICAN TAIL: FIEVEL GOES WEST ('91, Universal)

 

I think THE MOUNTAIN ROAD is airing on November 22nd. COME LIVE WITH ME and ON OUR MERRY WAY are in the Turner library so those turn up fairly often. BROKEN ARROW is a Fox film but it is in the public domain; it airs often on the Encore Westerns Channel. NEXT TIME WE LOVE is probably the rarest, hardest-to-find film on this list. Someone uploaded a nice print of it on YouTube earlier this year but I just checked and it's been taken down.


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Posted 16 August 2017 - 08:00 AM

Not included in TCM's lineup:

 

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With Margaret Sullavan in NEXT TIME WE LOVE.

 

 

NEXT TIME WE LOVE ('36, Universal)

SEVENTH HEAVEN ('37, 20th Century Fox)

COME LIVE WITH ME ('41, MGM)

IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE ('46, RKO)

MAGIC TOWN ('47, RKO)

ON OUR MERRY WAY ('48, United Artists)

YOU GOTTA STAY HAPPY ('48, Universal)

BROKEN ARROW ('50, 20th Century Fox)

THE JACKPOT ('50, 20th Century Fox)

THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH ('52, Paramount)

THE MAN FROM LARAMIE ('55, Columbia)

STRATEGIC AIR COMMAND ('55, Universal)

NIGHT PASSAGE ('57, Universal)

MR. HOBBS TAKES A VACATION ('62, 20th Century Fox)

TAKE HER, SHE'S MINE ('63, 20th Century Fox)

DEAR BRIGITTE ('65, 20th Century Fox)

THE FLIGHT OF THE PHOENIX ('65, 20th Century Fox)

THE RARE BREED ('66, Universal)

BANDOLERO! ('68, 20th Century Fox)

THE SHOOTIST ('76, Paramount)

AIRPORT '77 (Universal)

THE BIG SLEEP ('78, United Artists)

THE MAGIC OF LASSIE ('78, United Artists)

AN AMERICAN TAIL: FIEVEL GOES WEST ('91, Universal)

 

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In AIRPORT '77. 



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Posted 16 August 2017 - 06:31 AM

Well gosh darn it everybody. That sure is swell news and I'm sure that if Jimmy was alive today, besides being very old, he would also be honoured. Golly! What a swell honor!
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Posted 15 August 2017 - 10:56 PM

Good job with the original post. It's nice to see those Universal films he made in the 50s included. THUNDER BAY is a rare one. And I'm glad HARVEY is airing again.

 

My favourite Jimmy Stewart film is the screwball comedy he made with Claudette Colbert (IT'S A WONDERFUL WORLD), I swear by my eye!

 

It's a shame that IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE couldn't be screened, since it's not December when NBC traditionally airs it. Also, I'm surprised the RKO comedy MAGIC TOWN wasn't included. It aired in January for Jane Wyman's tribute.


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Posted 15 August 2017 - 10:00 PM

Wednesdays in November on Turner Classic Movies

 

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With Myrna Loy in AFTER THE THIN MAN.

 

November 1

THE MURDER MAN ('35)

THE LAST GANGSTER ('37)

WIFE VS. SECRETARY ('36)

THE GORGEOUS HUSSY ('36)

ROSE MARIE ('36)

SPEED ('36)

THE ICE FOLLIES OF 1939 ('39)

MADE FOR EACH OTHER ('39)

JAMES STEWART: A WONDERFUL LIFE ('87)

MR. SMITH GOES TO WASHINGTON ('39)

DESTRY RIDES AGAIN ('39)

AFTER THE THIN MAN ('36)

VIVACIOUS LADY ('38)

 

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With Cary Grant in THE PHILADELPHIA STORY.

 

November 8

NAVY BLUE AND GOLD ('37)

BORN TO DANCE ('36)

SMALL TOWN GIRL ('36)

IT'S A WONDERFUL WORLD ('39)

THE SHOPWORN ANGEL ('38)

OF HUMAN HEARTS ('38)

YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU ('38)

THE SHOP AROUND THE CORNER ('40)

THE MORTAL STORM ('40)

THE PHILADELPHIA STORY ('40)

CALL NORTHSIDE 777 ('47)

THE STRATTON STORY ('49)

 

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In ANATOMY OF A MURDER. 

 

November 15

POT O' GOLD ('41)

NO TIME FOR COMEDY ('40)

ZIEGFELD GIRL ('41)

MALAYA ('49)

ROPE ('48)

VERTIGO ('58)

ANATOMY OF A MURDER ('59)

THE SPIRIT OF ST. LOUIS ('57)

NO HIGHWAY IN THE SKY ('51)

 

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In HARVEY (with the title character).

 

November 22

ART TROUBLE (SHORT, '35)

CARSON ON TCM: JAMES STEWART (ORIGINALLY AIRED JULY 21, 1976)

JAMES STEWART: A WONDERFUL LIFE ('87)

THUNDER BAY ('53)

THE MOUNTAIN ROAD ('60)

THE FBI STORY ('59)

CARBINE WILLIAMS ('52)

SHENANDOAH ('65)

THE GLENN MILLER STORY ('54)

HARVEY ('55)

BELL, BOOK AND CANDLE ('58)

REAR WINDOW ('54)

THE MAN WHO KNEW TOO MUCH ('56)

 

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With Henry Fonda and Shirley Jones in THE CHEYENNE SOCIAL CLUB. 

 

November 29

FOOLS' PARADE ('71)

CHEYENNE AUTUMN ('64)

FIRECREEK ('68)

THE CHEYENNE SOCIAL CLUB ('70)

HOW THE WEST WAS WON ('62)

THE MAN WHO SHOT LIBERTY VALANCE ('62)

WINCHESTER '73 ('50)

BEND OF THE RIVER ('52)

THE FAR COUNTRY ('55)

THE NAKED SPUR ('53)

TWO RODE TOGETHER ('61)


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