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Why aren't some of the movies they were playing last year in the schedule?


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#1 TopBilled

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Posted 08 February 2016 - 09:55 AM

Some of the films were premieres and were special-event type presentations, like THE LORD OF THE RINGS movies. I am sure they will eventually return to TCM's airwaves. Maybe next year's Oscar schedule. If they showed the same films year after year, people would revolt. There needs to be a bit of variety.


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Posted 08 February 2016 - 06:16 AM

Last year I just left TCM playing 24/7 during their '31 days of oscars', and saw some amazing movies for the first time; I just looked over the schedule for this year though, and at least half of my favorites from last year are missing - The Sand Pebbles, and The Lord of the Rings for instance.

Is there some other time during the year I'll get to see them?






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