SansFin

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  1. I have found this site's uploads very funny. -They do not have Gone With The Wind. This is The Wizard of Oz- http://www.youtube.com/hishedotcom#p/u/4/munbt8qpCiQ
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    Is anyone else cold?

    It is very strange that we are so very cold when we are hot. Capuchin's temperature has not been below 102? since Friday. My temperature is now 100.8? The bedroom theromstat is set on 96? I have a heating blanket. I am sipping hot chicken soup. Still I shiver. It is what is going around around here. They say it runs out in five days. No one dies from it. That does not cheer me.
  3. Mr. Haines in *The Women* David Wilson in *Indiscreet* He is Ingrid Bergman's old boyfriend. He sent a rose to her table at the Albert Hall. He calls her late at night when Cary Grant is with her. He sent two dozen roses to her apartment. An emergency operation prevents him from having dinner with her when Cary Grant returns.
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    Fahrenheit 451 Screenplay Choice

    If I would only have to memorize the dialogue and not the stage directions: I choose Mel Brooks *Silent Movie* (1976).
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    Beat-inspired movies

    A section of *Visit to a Small Planet* (1960) may have been Beat-Inspired. It does seem as if some of the actors were smoking what the beatniks smoked.
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    Viewing order?

    markfp2 said: I hope you enjoy your adventure and will let us know how you're making out as you go along. I know you were not serious. But I have started well. So far I have watched: *1001 Nights* 8 1/2 *9 1/2* 13 Ghosts *20 Million Miles to Earth* 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea *7 Faces of Dr. Lao* The 7th Voyage of Sinbad *A Study in Terror* Adam's Rib *The Adventures of Robin Hood* Aeon Flux *After Midnight with Boston ***** After the Fox *After the Thin Man* The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse *Angels in the Outfield* The Apartment *Arsene Lupine* Arsene Lupine Returns *Avanti* The Awful Truth *Bachelor in Paradise* Bathing Beauty *The Battleship Potemkin* Bell, Book, and Candle *Bernard and the Genie* A Big Hand for the Little Lady *The Bishop's Wife* Blast of Silence *Bluebeard* The Body Snatcher *Boeing, Boeing* Boston ****'s Chinese Venture *A Boy and His Dog* The Bride Came C.O.D. *The Corpse Came C.O.D.* The Bride Wore Red *Brother Orchid* The Buccaneer *A Bucket of Blood* Cabin In The Sky *The Canterville Ghost* -2 versions-
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    Violence and the G-Rated Movie

    Is G-Rated not for children? Children love violence. This has always been known. You need only look at nursery rhymes: There once were two cats of Kilkenny, Each thought there was one cat too many, So they fought and they fit, And they scratched and they bit, Till, excepting their nails And the tips of their tails, Instead of two cats, there weren't any. Fe, Fi, Fo, Fum! I smell the blood of an Englishman. Be he live or be he dead, I'll grind his bones to make me bread. Sing a bedtime lullaby Don't lie down on the edge! Or else the wolf will nab you And drag you behind the hedge!
  8. Congratulations and thank you lzcutter for making such a wonderful challenge. It must be much hard work to put it all together. The quality of the schedules reflects on the challenge creator. They were all amazing entries. Thank you filmlover for making the posters. They are as nice as I find in stores. The pictures you choose for mine and Capuchin's are very special. Thank you all who voted. -Even if you did not vote for me.- Everyone work very hard on their schedule. It is nice to see so many people take an interest. Most special: Congratulations to Movieman1957! I knew your schedule is very good. I am sorry I could not see how wonderful it is: there were many movies I do not know. I look forward to the next contest.
  9. I know no one can help me. I still have to ask. I know the movie is in black and white. It was perhaps about a vaudeville. It was definite about actors and a stage show. One person is having a bad day. They do not want to work. Other people say they must. The person asks why: "The show must go on."? Someone tells them why. It has something to do with the audience. Does any one know what I am talking about?
  10. Thank you for voting for me SueSueApplegate. I feel guilty. You mention the notes. I had to cheat on them. For the Sunday-day: I wrote it then had it translated into English. -I read English well. I am not so good writing it.- Thank you for the cover Filmlover. You choose a very nice picture of her. I also very much like the picture you choose for Capuchins' cover. It is not common to see Toshiro that way.
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    What movie explained the saying?

    Thank you Mansmom. Watching *Alexander's Ragtime Band* reminded me of the explanation in another movie. I cannot remember the other movie.
  12. If I am allowed to vote: This is very hard. All were very good. You are all to be congratulated. I think it is a tie between CountessDelave and LonesomePolecat. I would much like to watch both. I must weigh between Ann Dvorak and Jim Henson and Miyazaki. I know Capuchin liked one schedule a trifle more than the other. He wasted his vote on me to make me feel welcome here. My vote is for: *CountessDelave*
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    What movie explained the saying?

    Thank you Marysara. I saw Kay Kaiser for the first time last month. It was a comedy about spies. I know there may be many movies which say the same thing. I am looking for just one. I knew it would be impossible. Thank you both for your answers.
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    What movie explained the saying?

    Thank you MickeyFender. I know the movie was black and white. A dress was the same grey as a curtain. I wondered if it was the same real color.
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    Viewing order?

    Thank you markfp2. The most of the movies are comedies. They are romance and comedy, mystery and comedy and so on. My family watched drama. I know possible one in two dozen of them. The genre is very new to me. It will not be a chore. It is my job to sit on call. I can only read or watch television. TCM has been an adventure. This will be another one. I do not know the number of them. My friend gave me the titles. The list is nineteen pages. I have decided one thing: Each day I will watch movies scheduled for TCM.
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    Three guys named Mike

    Movie is a favorite. I love Howard Keel.
  17. Thank you for voting for me Capuchin. I think it is fair to tell every one we know each other. He would vote for me if my schedule is the worse. I like all the schedules. I am very impressed. It is a good thing I register too late to vote. It would be hard to chose the best.
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    TCM Classic Film Festival - Who's going?

    I very much want to attend. I need the help of someone here for me to be able to do it: Does anyone know what the next lottery numbers will be?
  19. My favorite smoking scene in a movie does not have smoking in it: Ninotchka says she needs a cigarette. A man calls for room service. Three cigarette girls come to the room. "You must have been doing a lot of smoking, Comrades."
  20. Your schedules are all very good. I am impressed. May I do a second one?
  21. My programs notes: My preferred studio library is Columbia My Columbia Premiere: *He Stayed for Breakfast* *And Now for Something Completely Different* *Not a Ladies' Man* *White Eagle* *Three Little Pirates* My Ten Other Premiere: *The Devil's Daughter* *The Devil Dancer* *Three Husbands* *A Tale of Five Cities* *The Play House* *The List of Adrian Messenger* *Laura* *Chocolat* *Life Tastes Good* *The Invisible Woman* "A Classic Relationship Told Through Titles" When *Boy Meets Girl* it might lead to *A Kiss in the Dark* and they could have *One Romantic Night* If *He Stayed for Breakfast* it was shocking *And So They Were Married* to avoid scandal. *Wedding Bills* were the start of their problems. Soon she find flaws in him and had to say *I Love My Husband, But!* Husbands think *I Love My Wife, But!* *I Married a Witch* when he felt like *The Henpecked Duck* and tells his flirting wife *You're Too Careless with Your Kisses* An attorney says he is one of those *Innocent Husbands* when in court for *The Divorce of Lady X* Inlaws might want everyone to *Hiss and Make Up* even when *The Ex-Mrs. Bradford* was still making his life miserable. No matter how bad it was, he will always be tempted when she whispers in his ear: *Marry Me Again.* "Speaking of ex-wives" The theme title is a small joke. The movies are about the devil and hell. *The Devil's Daughter* - romance horror *The Devil Dancer* - Anna May Wong *Night of the Demon* - man falls under spell Silent Sunday Night: *The Devil's Circus* - Norma Shearer Three animated musicals show hell as a jive place. Import: *Les visiteurs du soir* - the devil's minions crash a wedding *Arrivano i titani* - Italian fantasy, myth and beautiful women "A Classic Case of Excess" *Three Husbands* - Eve Arden *Alfalfa's Double* - good fun *Too Many Crooks* - Terry-Thomas *A Tale of Five Cities* - romance mystery *Her Twelve Men* - Greer Garson *Too Many Wives* and *Too Many Women* - shorts "Classic Lack: Not Enough Actors For All The Roles" *Kind Hearts and Coronets* needs no explanation *The Play House* - Buster Keaton is the audience, cast and fills the credits *And Now for Something Completely Different* - Monty Python *The Prisoner Of Zenda* needs no explanation *The List of Adrian Messenger* - great cast, great makeup and great script "Heaven Help Us" *We're No Angels* - Little Adolf steals the movie *Little Cheeser* - a mouse's conscience *The Bishop's Wife* needs no explanation *Donald's Better Self* - a duck's conscience *Yolanda and the Thief* - best dance floor *Heavenly Puss* and "Dog Heaven* - shorts *Cabin in the Sky* needs no explanation *Angels in the Outfield* - baseball meets religion "They're Missing Their Classic Props" *Not a Ladies Man* - Fay Wray with a different kind of monkey *The Anderson Tapes* - caper worthy of Bond *Blood Alley* - Lauren Bacall and John Wayne *You, John Jones* - short *I Loved a Woman* - Kay Francis *The Undie-World* - gangster comedy *Holiday for Shoestrings* - Friz Freleng and Carl Stalling *Footsteps in the Dark* - detective comedy *The Buccaneer* - action, adventure and great stars *The Mysterious Mr. Wong* - Bela Lugosi *Just This Once* - Janet Leigh *Please Believe Me* - Val Lewton comedy "Classically Hopeless Romantics" *Laura* needs no explanation *Cluny Brown* needs no explanation *Love in the Afternoon* - Audrey and Cooper *Brief Encounter* needs no explanation *Omohide poro poro* - a girl waiting for her life to start meaning something *The Naughty Flirt* - a lot of fun "Classic Cat-Phrases" Movies showing common sayings *The Seven Year Itch* needs no explanation *Whatever Happened to Baby Jane* needs no explanation *Bedtime Story* - Loretta Young and Fredric March *Mutiny on the Bounty* needs no explanation "Hep Cats" *The Gene Krupa Story* - Krupa was a legend *The Benny Goodman Story* - Goodman was too a legend *Woody Herman & His Orchestra* *Jammin' the Blues* *Congo Jazz* *I Love to Singa* *Broadway's Queen of Jazz* *Goldilocks and the Jivin' Bears* and *The Jazzmania Quintette* - shorts *Hitting a New High* - Lily Pons "Star of the Month: Paulette Goddard" June 2010 marks her 100th birthday *Pot O' Gold* - Jimmy Stewart romance *Second Chorus* - Fred Astaire *Modern Times* - Charles Chaplin *The Women* needs no explanation *The Ghost Breakers* - Bob Hope *On Our Merry Way* needs no explanation "Dining Out Can Be An Experience" *When Harry Met Sally* - "I'll have what she's having." *The Freshman* - Do you want Spotted Owl with that? *Mr. & Mrs. Smith* - "I'd give five bucks to see that cat take a sip of that soup." "Dining In Can Be Hazardous to Your Health" *Murder She Said* - don't eat the mushroom soup *The Gold Rush* - sole food *Christmas in Connecticut* needs no explanation "Food Fight!" *The Great Race* - Natalie Wood *Blazing Saddles* - Cleavon Little *The Mouse Comes to Dinner* - short "Blessed Be the Sweetmakers" *Chocolat* - new movie of Classic theme *Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory* needs no explanation *Chitty Chitty Bang Bang* - Toot Sweet "Seems Fishy" *Life Tastes Good* - Fugu *Man's Favorite Sport?* - lakefish "Classic Clothes" *Bell, Book and Candle* - Kim Novak *The Letter* needs no explanation *If I Were King* - Ronald Colman *Charade* - Audrey Hepburn "Classless Clothes" *The Fuzzy Pink Nightgown* - totally tasteless *Old Clothes* - Jackie Coogan "Are They Wearing Clothes?" *The Invisible Man* needs no explanation *The Invisible Woman* - Virginia Bruce and Charles Ruggles *The Invisible Boy* - the robot "Clothes Make Her a Man" *First a Girl* - best crossdressing *Queen Christina* - Greta Garbo *Man of the Moment* - Douglas Fairbanks Jr *Greta Garbo Part 1: The Temptress* - Greta Garbo Underground: *Mole* - romance crime comedy *The Little Mole* - Mel Blanc *The Taming of the Shrew* needs no explanation "A Classic Kid's Saturday at the Movies: Cowboys, Indians, Ghosts, Ghouls, Werewolves, Vampires, Pirates and Swashbucklers" Cowboys: *Fort Apache* - John Wayne and Henry Fonda Indians: *White Eagle* - the other side *The Legend of Coyote Rock* - short Ghosts: *The Canterville Ghost* - Charles Laughton, Margaret O'Brien Ghosts: *Public Ghost No. 1* - Charly Chase Ghouls: *The Ghoul* - Boris Karloff Werewolves: *The Werewolf* - classic horror Vampires: *Horror of Dracula* - classic horror Pirates: *Three Little Pirates* - Curly, Larry, Moe. Pirates: *Captain Blood* needs no explanation Swahbucklers: *The Mark of Zorro* needs no explanation *Robin Hood Makes Good* - short "Classics Based on Classics" The Essentials: *Hush...Hush, Sweet Charlotte* - because it is essential *Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Mouse* - Tom and Jerry *Human Desire* - Gloria Grahame *Uncle Tom's Cabana* - Tex Avery *The Three Musketeers* needs no explanation *Sniffles and the Bookworm* - short *Scarlet Street* needs no explanation *Rebecca* needs no explanation Span: 1920s - 9 1930s - 38 1940s - 44 1950s - 23 1960s - 11 1970s - 4 1980s - 2 1990s - 3 2000 - 1 Edited by: SansFin on Jan 8, 2010 10:54 PM Edited by: SansFin on Jan 8, 2010 11:38 PM
  22. My Classic Movie schedule: My preferred studio library is Columbia Sunday June 6 "A Classic Relationship Told Through Titles" 6:00 AM *Boy Meets Girl* (1938) James Cagney, Pat O'Brien, Ralph Bellamy. Dir: Lloyd Bacon. WB, 86 mins. 7:30 AM *A Kiss in the Dark* (1949) David Niven, Jane Wyman, Broderick Crawford. Dir: Delmer Daves. WB, 88 mins., P/S 9:45 AM *One Romantic Night* (1930) Lillian Gish, Rod La Rocque, Conrad Nagel. Dir: Paul Stein. Joseph M. Schneck Productions, 73 mins., P/S 10:15 AM *He Stayed for Breakfast* (1940) Loretta Young, Melvyn Douglas, Eugene Pallette. Dir: Alexander Hall. Columbia, 89 mins., Premiere 11:45 AM *And So They Were Married* (1936) Melvyn Douglas, Mary Astor, Edith Fellows. Dir: Elliott Nugent, Columbia, 74 mins., P/S 1:00 PM Short Films: *Wedding Bills* (1940) Pete Smith. Dir: Roy Mack. MGM, 9 mins. *I Love My Husband, But!* (1946) Dave O'Brien, Pete Smith. Dir: Dave O'Brien. MGM, 10 mins. *I Love My Wife, But!* (1947) Dave O'Brien, Pete Smith. Dir: Dave O'Brien. MGM, 9 mins. 1:30 PM *I Married a Witch* (1942) Fredric March, Veronica Lake, Susan Hayward. Dir: Rene Clair. Rene Clair Productions, 82 mins., P/S 2:55 PM Short Films: *The Henpecked Duck* (1941) Sara Berner, Mel Blanc. Dir: Robert Clampett. WB, 7 mins. *You're Too Careless With Your Kisses* (1932) Animation. Dir: Rudolf Ising. WB, 7 mins. *Innocent Husbands* (1925) Charley Chase, Katherine Grant, Jane Sherman. Dir: Leo McCarey. Hal Roach, 21 mins., P/S 3:30 PM *The Divorce of Lady X* (1938) Merle Oberon, Laurence Olivier, Binnie Barnes. Dir: Tim Whelan. London Film Productions, 92 mins., P/S 5:05 PM Short Film: *Hiss and Make Up* (1943) Bea Benaderet, Mel Blanc. Dir: Friz Freleng. WB, 8 mins. 5:15 PM *The Ex-Mrs. Bradford* (1936) William Powell, Jean Arthur, James Gleason. Dir: Stephen Roberts. RKO, 82 mins. 6:45 PM *Marry Me Again* (1953) Robert Cummings, Marie Wilson, Ray Walker. Dir: Frank Tashlin. RKO, 73 mins. "Speaking Of Ex-wives" 8:00 PM *The Devil's Daughter* (1939) Nina Mae McKinney, Jack Carter, Ida James. Dir: Arthur H. Leonard. Sack Amusement, 52 mins., Premiere 9:00 PM *The Devil Dancer* (1927) Anna May Wong, Gilda Gray, Clive Brook. Dir: Fred Niblo. Samuel Goldwyn, 73 mins., Premiere 10:15 PM *Curse of the Demon* (1957) Dana Andrews, Peggy Cummins, Niall MacGinnis. Dir: Jacques Tourneur. Columbia, 95 mins., P/S 12:00 AM "Silent Sunday Night:" *The Devil's Circus* (1926) Norma Shearer, Charles Emmett Mack, Carmel Myers. Dir: Benjamin Christensen. MGM, 70 mins. 1:15 AM Short Films: "Bands in Hell" *The Devil's Cabaret* (1930) Edward Buzzell. Dir: Nick Grinde. MGM, 16 mins. *Sin-copation* (1938) Leon Navara, Ruth Brent. Dir: Lloyd French. WB, 10 mins. *The Devil's Parade* (1930) Sidney Toler, Joan Blondell. Dir: George Hale. WB, 10 mins. 2:00 AM "Import:" *Les visiteurs du soir* aka *The Devil's Envoys* (1942) Arletty, Marie Dea, Fernand Ledoux. Dir: Marcel Carne. Productions Andre Paulve, 115 mins. 4:00 AM *Arrivano i titani* aka *The Titans* (1962) Pedro Armendariz, Giuliano Gemma, Antonella Lualdi. Dir: Duccio Tessari. Filmsonor, 120 mins., P/S Monday June 7 "A Classic Case of Excess" 6:00 AM *Three Husbands* (1951) Eve Arden, Ruth Warrick, Vanessa Brown. Dir: Irving Reis. UA, 78 mins., Premiere 7:20 AM Short Film: *Alfalfa's Double* (1940) Barbara Bedford, Robert Blake, Darla Hood. Dir: Edward L. Cahn. MGM,10 mins. 7:30 AM *Too Many Crooks* (1959) Terry-Thomas, George Cole, Brenda De Banzie. Dir: Mario Zampi. J. Arthur Rank, 87 mins., P/S 9:00 AM *A Tale of Five Cities* (1951) Bonar Colleano, Barbara Kelly, Anne Vernon. Dir: Romolo Marcellini. UA, 86 mins., Premiere 10:30 AM *Her Twelve Men* (1954) Greer Garson, Robert Ryan, Richard Haydn. Dir: Robert Z. Leonard. MGM, 91 mins. 12:05 PM Short Films: *Too Many Wives* (1951) Leon Errol, Dorothy Granger, Harry Harvey. Dir: Leslie Goodwins. RKO, 16 mins. *Too Many Women* (1932) Mickey Daniels, Mary Kornman, Grady Sutton. Dir: Lloyd French, MGM, 20 mins. "Classic Lack: Not Enough Actors For All The Roles" 12:45 PM *Kind Hearts and Coronets* (1949) Alec Guinness, Dennis Price, Joan Greenwood. Dir: Robert Hamer. Ealing, 106 mins., P/S 2:35 PM Short Film: *The Play House* (1921) Buster Keaton, Buster Keaton, Buster Keaton. Dir: Buster Keaton. Joseph M. Schenck Productions, 20 mins., Premiere 3:00 PM *And Now for Something Completely Different* (1971) John Cleese, Eric Idle, Terry Gilliam. Dir: Ian MacNaughton. Columbia, 88 mins., Premiere 4:30 PM *The Prisoner Of Zenda* (1937) Ronald Colman, Douglas Fairbanks Jr, Madeleine Carroll. Dir: John Cromwell. Selznick International Pictures, 101 mins., P/S 6:15 PM *The List of Adrian Messenger* (1963) Kirk Douglas, Burt Lancaster, Tony Curtis. Dir: John Huston. Joel Productions, 98 mins., Premiere "Heaven Help Us!" 8:00 PM *We're No Angels* (1955) Humphrey Bogart, Aldo Ray, Peter Ustinov. Dir: Michael Curtiz. Paramount, 106 mins., P/S 9:50 PM Short Film: *Little Cheeser* (1936) Bernice Hansen. Dir: Rudolf Ising. MGM, 9 mins. 10:00 PM *The Bishop's Wife* (1947) Cary Grant, Loretta Young, David Niven. Dir: Henry Koster. RKO, 109 mins. 11:50 PM Short Film: *Donald's Better Self* (1938) Thelma Boardman, Clarence Nash, Don Brodie. Dir: Jack King. RKO, 8 mins. 12:00 AM *Yolanda and the Thief* (1945) Fred Astaire, Lucille Bremer, Frank Morgan. Dir: Vincente Minnelli. MGM, 108 mins. 1:50 AM Short Films: *Heavenly Puss* (1949) Billy Bletcher. Dirs: Hanna and Barbera. MGM, 8 mins. *Dog Heaven* (1927) Dir: Robert A. McGowan. MGM, 31 mins. 2:30 AM *Cabin in the Sky* (1943) Eddie "Rochester" Anderson, Ethel Waters, Lena Horne. Dir: Vincente Minnelli. MGM, 99 mins. 4:15 AM *Angels in the Outfield* (1951) Paul Douglas, Janet Leigh, Keenan Wynn. Dir: Clarence Brown. MGM, 99 mins. Tuesday June 8 "They're Missing Their Classic Props" 6:00 AM "Fay Wray without that Big Ape:" *Not a Ladies' Man* (1942) Fay Wray, Paul Kelly, Douglas Croft. Dir: Lew Landers. Columbia, 60 mins., Premiere 7:00 AM "Sean Connery without his License to Kill:" *The Anderson Tapes* (1971) Sean Connery, Dyan Cannon, Martin Balsam. Dir: Sidney Lumet. Columbia, 99 mins., P/S 8:45 AM "John Wayne without his Saddle:" *Blood Alley* (1955) John Wayne, Lauren Bacall, Paul Fix. Dir: William A. Wellman. Batjac,110 mins., P/S 10:35 AM Short Film: "James Cagney without his Rod:" *You, John Jones* (1943) James Cagney, Ann Sothern, Margaret O'Brien. Dir: Mervyn LeRoy. MGM, 10 mins. 10:45 PM "Edward G. Robinson without his Mob:" *I Loved a Woman* (1933) Edward G. Robinson, Kay Francis, Genevieve Tobin. Dir: Alfred E. Green. WB, 90 mins. 12:15 PM Short Films: "Big Boy Williams without his Horse:" *The Undie-World* (1934) June Brewster, Guinn 'Big Boy' Williams. Dir: George Stevens. RKO, 21 mins. "Characters without Cue Cards:" *Holiday for Shoestrings* (1946) Music: Carl Stalling. Dir: Fritz Freleng. WB, 7 mins. 12:45 PM "Errol Flynn without a Swash to Buckle:" *Footsteps in the Dark* (1941) Errol Flynn, Brenda Marshall, Ralph Bellamy. Dir: Lloyd Bacon. WB, 69 mins. 2:00 PM "Yul Brynner without his Shining Dome:" *The Buccaneer* (1958) Yul Brynner, Charlton Heston, Claire Bloom. Dir: Anthony Quinn. Paramount,120 mins., P/S 4:00 PM "Bela Lugosi without his Fangs:" *The Mysterious Mr. Wong* (1934) Bela Lugosi, Wallace Ford, Arline Judge. Dir: William Nigh. Monogram, 60 mins., Public Domain 5:00 PM "Janet Leigh without a Shower Curtain:" *Just This Once* (1952) Janet Leigh, Peter Lawford, Richard Anderson. Dir: Don Weis. MGM, 90mins. 6:30 PM "Val Lewton without a Corpse:" *Please Believe Me* (1950) Deborah Kerr, Robert Walker, Peter Lawford. Dir: Norman Taurog. MGM, 87 mins. "Classically Romantic" 8:00 PM *Laura* (1944) Gene Tierney, Dana Andrews, Clifton Webb. Dir: Otto Preminger. Fox, 87 mins., Premiere 9:30 PM *Cluny Brown* (1946) Jennifer Jones, Charles Boyer, Peter Lawford. Dir: Ernst Lubitsch. Fox, 100 mins., P/S 11:15 PM *Love In The Afternoon* (1957) Gary Cooper, Audrey Hepburn, Maurice Chevalier. Dir: Billy Wilder. Allied Artists Pictures, 130 mins., P/S 1:30 AM *Brief Encounter* (1945) Celia Johnson, Trevor Howard, Stanley Holloway. Dir: David Lean. Goldwyn, 86 mins., P/S 3:00 AM *Omohide poro poro* aka *Only Yesterday* (1991) Miki Imai, Toshiro Yanagiba, Youko Honna. Dir: Isao Takahata. NTV, 118 mins., P/S 5:00 AM *The Naughty Flirt* (1931) Alice White, Paul Page, Myrna Loy. Dir: Edward F. Cline. WB, 56 mins. Wednesday June 9 "Classic Cat-Phrases" 6:00 AM "While the Cat's Away" *The Seven Year Itch* (1955) Marilyn Monroe, Tom Ewell, Evelyn Keyes. Dir: Billy Wilder. Charles K. Feldman Group, 105 mins., P/S 7:45 AM "Curiosity Killed the Cat" *Whatever Happened to Baby Jane* (1962) Bette Davis, Joan Crawford, Victor Buono. Dir: Robert Aldrich, The Associates & Aldrich Company, 134 mins., P/S 10:00 AM "The Cat's Pajamas" *Bedtime Story* (1942) Loretta Young, Fredric March, Robert Benchley. Dir: Alexander Hall. Columbia, 85 mins., P/S 11:30 AM "Cat o'Nine Tails" *Mutiny on the Bounty* (1935) Clark Gable, Charles Laughton, Franchot Tone. Dir: Frank Lloyd. MGM, 133 mins. "Hep Cats" 1:45 PM *The Gene Krupa Story* (1959) Sal Mineo, Susan Kohner, James Darren. Dir: Don Weis. Columbia, 101 mins., P/S 3:30 PM *The Benny Goodman Story* (1956) Steve Allen, Donna Reed, Gene Krupa. Dir: Valentine Davies. Universal, 116 mins., P/S 5:30 PM Short Films: *Woody Herman & His Orchestra* (1938) Woody Herman, Lee Wiley, Hal Abbott. Dir: Roy Mack. WB, 9 mins. *Jammin' the Blues* (1944) Lester Young, Harry Edison, Marie Bryant. Dir: Gjon Mili, WB, 10 mins. *Congo Jazz* (1930) Carman Maxwell. Dir: Rudolf Ising. WB, 6 mins. *I Love to Singa* (1936) Tommy Bond. Dir: None Credited. WB, 8 mins. *Broadway's Queen of Jazz* (1927) Frances Williams, Leo Feiner. Dir: None Credited. WB, 9 mins. *Goldilocks and the Jivin' Bears* (1944) Mel Blanc, Ruby Dandridge. Dir: Friz Freleng. WB, 7 mins. *The Jazzmania Quintette* (1928) George Stoll, Edythe Flynn, The Hot Four. Dir: None Credited. WB, 10 mins. 6:30 PM *Hitting a New High* (1937) Lily Pons, Jack Oakie, Edward Everett Horton. Dir: Raoul Walsh. RKO, 85 mins. "Star of the Month: Paulette Goddard" 8:00 PM *Pot O' Gold* (1941) James Stewart, Paulette Goddard, Charles Winninger. Dir: George Marshall. James Roosevelt Productions, 86 mins., Public Domain 9:30 PM *Second Chorus* (1940) Fred Astaire, Paulette Goddard, Burgess Meredith. Dir: H.C. Potter. Paramount, 84 mins., P/S 11:00 PM *Modern Times* (1936) Charles Chaplin, Paulette Goddard, Henry Bergman. Dir: Charles Chaplin. Charles Chaplin Productions, 87 mins., P/S 12:30 AM *The Women* (1939) Norma Shearer, Joan Crawford, Paulette Goddard. Dir: George Cukor. MGM, 133 mins. 2:45 AM *The Ghost Breakers* (1940) Bob Hope, Paulette Goddard, Paul Lukas. Dir: George Marshall. Paramount, 85 mins., P/S 4:15 AM *On Our Merry Way* (1948) Paulette Goddard, Burgess Meredith, James Stewart. Dir: Leslie Fenton. Benedict Bogeaus Production, 98 mins., P/S Thursday June 10 "Dining Out Can Be An Experience" 6:00 AM *When Harry Met Sally* (1989) Billy Crystal, Meg Ryan, Carrie Fisher. Dir: Rob Reiner. Columbia, 96 mins., P/S 7:45 AM *The Freshman* (1990) Marlon Brando, Matthew Broderick, Penelope Ann Miller. Dir: Andrew Bergman. TriStar Pictures, 90 mins., P/S 9:15 AM *Mr. & Mrs. Smith* (1941) Carole Lombard, Robert Montgomery, Gene Raymond. Dir: Alfred Hitchcock, RKO, 95 mins. "Dining In Can Be Hazardous to Your Health" 11:00 AM *Murder She Said* (1961) Margaret Rutherford, Arthur Kennedy, Joan Hickson. Dir:George ****. MGM, 86 mins. 12:30 PM *The Gold Rush* (1925) Charles Chaplin, Georgia Hale, Mack Swain. Dir: Charles Chaplin. Charles Chaplin Productions, 69 mins., P/S 1:45 PM *Christmas in Connecticut* (1945) Barbara Stanwyck, Dennis Morgan, Sydney Greenstreet. Dir: Peter Godfrey. WB, 102 mins. "Food Fight!" 3:30 PM *The Great Race* (1965) Jack Lemon, Natalie Wood, Tony Curtis. Dir: Blake Edwards. WB, 157 mins., P/S 6:15 PM *Blazing Saddles* (1974) Cleavon Little, Madeline Kahn, Gene Wilder. Dir: Mel Brooks. Crossbow Productions, 93 mins., P/S 7:50 PM *The Mouse Comes to Dinner* (1945) William Hanna, Lillian Randolph. Dirs: Hanna and Barbera. MGM, 7 mins. "Blessed Be the Sweetmakers" 8:00 PM *Chocolat* (2000) Carrie-Anne Moss, Alfred Molina, Judi Dench. Dir: Lasse Hallstr?m. Miramax, 121 mins., Premiere 10:15 PM *Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory* (1971) Gene Wilder, Jack Albertson, Peter Ostrum. Dir: Mel Stuart. Paramount, 100 mins., P/S 12:00 AM *Chitty Chitty Bang Bang* (1968) Dick Van Dyke, Sally Ann Howes, Lionel Jeffries. Dir: Ken Hughes. Dramatic Features, 146 mins., P/S "Seems Fishy" 2:30 AM *Life Tastes Good* (1999) Akim Aginsky, Philip Kan Gotanda, Julia Nickson. Dir: Philip Kan Gotanda, Life Tastes Good Prods., 88 mins., Premiere 4:00 AM *Man's Favorite Sport?* (1964) Rock Hudson, Paula Prentiss, Maria Perschy. Dir: Howard Hawks. Gibraltar Productions, 120 mins., P/S Friday June 11 "Classic Clothes" 6:00 AM "Jean Louis" *Bell, Book and Candle* (1959) Kim Novak, James Stewart, Jack Lemmon. Dir: Richard Quine. Columbia, 102 mins., P/S 7:45 AM "Orry-Kelly" *The Letter* (1940) Bette Davis, Herbert Marshall, James Stephenson. Dir: William Wyler. WB, 95 mins. 9:30 AM "Edith Head" *If I Were King* (1938) Ronald Colman, Basil Rathbone, Frances Dee. Dir: Frank Lloyd. Paramount, 100 mins., P/S 11:15 AM "Givenchy" *Charade* (1963) Cary Grant, Audrey Hepburn, Walter Matthau. Dir: Stanley Donen. J. Arthur Rank, 113 mins.. P/S "Classless Clothes" 1:15 PM *The Fuzzy Pink Nightgown* (1957) Jane Russell, Ralph Meeker, Keenan Wynn. Dir: Norman Taurog. UA, 88 mins., P/S 2:45 PM *Old Clothes* (1925) Jackie Coogan, Joan Crawford, Max Davidson. Dir: Edward F. Cline. MGM, 65 mins. "Are They Wearing Clothes?" 4:00 PM *The Invisible Man* (1933) Claude Rains, Gloria Stuart, William Harrigan. Dir: James Whale. Universal, 72 mins., P/S 5:15 PM *The Invisible Woman* (1940) Virginia Bruce, John Barrymore, Charles Ruggles. Dir: A. Edward Sutherland. Universal, 72 mins., Premiere 6:30 PM *The Invisible Boy* (1957) Richard Eyer, Philip Abbott, Harold J. Stone . Dir: Herman Hoffman. MGM, 90 mins. "Clothes Make Her a Man" 8:00 PM *First a Girl* (1935) Jessie Matthews, Sonnie Hale, Anna Lee. Dir: Victor Saville, Gaumont, 92 mins., P/S 9:45 PM *Queen Christina* (1933) Greta Garbo, John Gilbert, Lewis Stone. Dir: Rouben Mamoulian. MGM, 99 mins. 11:30 PM *Man of the Moment* (1935) Douglas Fairbanks Jr, Laura La Plante, Margaret Lockwood. Dir: Monty Banks. WB, 81 mins. 1:00 AM *Greta Garbo Part 1: The Temptress* (1986) Bibi Andersson, Renate Brausewetter, Greta Garbo. Dir: Dan Sall. MGM, 60 mins. P/S 2:00 AM "TCM Underground:" *Mole* aka *Tkhunela* (1962) Ipolite Khvichia, Marine Tbileli, T. Seperteladze. Dir: Shalva Martashvili. Qartuli Pilmi, 95 mins. 3:35 AM Short Film: *The Little Mole* (1941) Mel Blanc, Dir. Hugh Harman. MGM, 9 mins. 3:45 AM *The Taming of the Shrew* (1967) Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton, Michael York. Dir: Franco Zeffirelli. Columbia, 122 mins., P/S Saturday June 12 "A Classic Kid's Saturday at the Movies: Cowboys, Indians, Ghosts, Ghouls, Werewolves, Vampires, Pirates and Swashbucklers" 6:00 AM "Cowboys:" *Fort Apache* (1948) John Wayne, Henry Fonda, Shirley Temple. Dir: John Ford. RKO, 128 mins. 8:15 AM "Indians:" *White Eagle* (1932) Buck Jones, Barbara Weeks, Ward Bond. Dir: Lambert Hillyer, Columbia, 64 mins., Premiere 9:20 AM Short Film: *The Legend of Coyote Rock* (1945) Dir: Charles A. Nichols. RKO, 7 mins. 9:30 AM "Ghosts:" *The Canterville Ghost* (1944) Charles Laughton, Margaret O'Brien, Robert Young. Dir: Jules Dassin. MGM, 96 mins. 11:10 AM Short Film: *Public Ghost No. 1* (1935) Charly Chase, Joyce Compton, Edwin Maxwell. Dir: Harold Law. MGM, 20 mins. 11:30 AM "Ghouls:" *The Ghoul* (1933) Boris Karloff, Cedric Hardwicke, Ernest Thesiger. Dir: T. Hayes Hunter. Gaumont, 81 mins., P/S 1:00 PM "Werewolves:" *The Werewolf* (1956) Steven Ritch, Don Megowan, Joyce Holden. Dir: Fred F. Sears. Columbia, 79 mins., P/S 2:20 PM Short Film: *Spooks* (1931) Animation. Dir: Ub Iwerks. MGM, 8 mins. 2:30 PM "Vampires:" *Horror of Dracula* (1958) Peter Cushing, Chistopher Lee, Melissa Stribling. Dir: Terence Fisher. J. Arthur Rank, 82 mins., P/S 3:55 PM Short Film: *Three Little Pirates* (1946) Curly, Larry, Moe. Dir: Edward Bernds. Columbia, 18 mins., Premiere 4:15 PM "Pirates:" *Captain Blood* (1935) Errol Flynn, Olivia de Havilland, Basil Rathbone. Dir: Michael Curtiz. WB, 119 mins. 6:15 PM "Swahbucklers:" *The Mark of Zorro* (1940) Tyrone Power, Linda Darnell, Basil Rathbone. Dir: Rouben Mamoulian. Fox, 94 mins., P/S 7:50 PM Short Film: *Robin Hood Makes Good* (1939) Mel Blanc, Bernice Hansen. Dir: Chuck Jones. WB, 8 mins. "Classic Movies From Classic Books" 8:00 PM "The Essentials:" *Hush...Hush, Sweet Charlotte* (1964) Bette Davis, Olivia de Havilland, Joseph Cotten. Dir: Robert Aldrich. The Associates & Aldrich Company, 133 mins., P/S 10:20 PM Short Film: *Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Mouse* (1947) Tom, Jerry. Dir: Hanna and Barbera. MGM, 8 mins. 10:30 PM *Human Desire* (1954) Glenn Ford, Gloria Grahame, Broderick Crawford. Dir: Fritz Lang. Columbia, 91 mins., P/S 12:05 AM Short Film: *Uncle Tom's Cabana* (1947) Paul Frees. Dir: Tex Avery. MGM, 8 mins. 12:15 AM *The Three Musketeers* (1935) Walter Abel, Paul Lukas, Margot Grahame. Dir: Rowland V. Lee. RKO, 95 mins. 1:50 AM Short Film: *Sniffles and the Bookworm* (1939) Gay Seabrook. Dir: Chuck Jones. WB, 8 mins. 2:00 AM *Scarlet Street* (1945) Edward G. Robinson, Joan Bennett, Margaret Lindsay. Dir: Fritz Lang. Fritz Lang Productions, 103 mins., Public Domain 3:45 AM *Rebecca* (1940) Laurence Olivier, Joan Fontaine, Judith Anderson. Dir: Alfred Hitchcock. Selznick International Pictures, 130 mins., P/S Is this okay? Edited by: SansFin on Jan 8, 2010 5:12 PM
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