JamesStewartFan95

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  1. JamesStewartFan95

    You Watched TCM Where?

    Where is the strangest place you have ever watched TCM or classic movies in general? Have you ever watched it while intoxicated? I recently watched TCM (They were showing On Your Toes) while in the dentist chair getting a routine checkup! Anybody else have any weird TCM-watching experiences?
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    What Are You Watching Now?

    Ball of Fire, for only the 2nd time, starring Gary Cooper and Barbara Stanwyck! I'm so excited!
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    Favorite Disney Shorts

    A couple of years ago, when I first joined this forum, somebody had posted a topic asking for people to list their top ten-twenty favorite Disney movies. Somebody, I think it was TomJH, listed their favorite Disney shorts (both cartoons and live action shorts). So I decided that I would create a forum topic where I would list my favorite shorts from the Disney Company with a miniature review for each of them, and anybody else who wanted to make their own opinions heard or make their own lists could do soo too. I look forward to seeing your lists and your thoughts. P.S.: It was JLewis.
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    A Wrinkle in Time

    By the way, sorry for highjacking this A Wrinkle in Time thread. I just had a few things to get off of my chest concerning Lilo and Stitch.
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    A Wrinkle in Time

    Yeah, but the reason that Nani was go exasperated with Lilo, and in turn Lilo was so “psychotic” around her sister was that both were demonstrating their respective feelings on their situation (their parents having just died). I didn’t have any siblings growing up, but I, like many other people could clearly see that their was a relatable sibling relationship at the heart of Lilo and Stitch. That’s what is and what should be the focus of the movie. Not the aliens. Maybe it’s misleading, but I’d rather have the movie that we got than a movie sold purely on alien sight gags. I think we have the TV show (and movie) My Favorite Martian for that!
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    A Wrinkle in Time

    Oh, and also, I was going to theatres to see Disney movies at that time, including Treasure Planet which I still hold as an underrated gem in the animated Disney catalogue.
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    A Wrinkle in Time

    Wow! You didn’t get the point of Lilo and Stitch, did you?
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    A Wrinkle in Time

    There certainly was a lot of rambling and buzzwords in that post EricJ. It seems like you have a lot of misplaced anger toward Disney, or more specifically, towards Lilo and Stitch.
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    NEW HOSTS DAVE KARGER AND ALICIA MALONE...

    What exactly did he say during the interview that you viewed as inane?
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    Rotten Apples

    Has anybody on here heard of the movie database website Rotten Apples? It's sort of like Rotten Tomatoes, but instead of reviewing and eating films, viewers can see which movies starred, were directed or written by, or were produced or executive produced by individuals accused of sexual assault or sexual abuse. If so, what are your opinions of the website and/or its content? Would you not watch a movie that was featured on this database?
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    Mary Poppins Returns Teaser Trailer

    "Eek!!! Uh! I mean . . . (takes minute to clear throat) . . . it looks like it could be interesting."
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    What ? ! No Oscar thread this year?? !

    I know you said you thought the rest were terrible, but I enjoyed the Latin flavor of the Remember Me song from DisneyPixar's Coco. I think it's great that there are more movies being made that explore the culture of Mexico, because it's a fascinating topic. I also liked the song that Surfjan Stevens sung from Call Me By Your Name.
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    NEW HOSTS DAVE KARGER AND ALICIA MALONE...

    Why are you so hung up on the "PC CROWD" recently spence? That doesn't seem like you!
  14. As you can see, I like Bill Murray!
  15. "Star Wars!!! The theme from Star Wars!"
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    study says more diversity needed in hollywood

    Ya know?! I kind of like Falling Down NipkowDisc!
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    TCM Programming Challenge #38: Vacation Time!

    Thanks Lydecker! I really appreciate the feedback! I'm really glad you like the Disney actors tribute!
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    TCM Programming Challenge #38: Vacation Time!

    Posted October 30, 2017 JamesStewartFan95's Notes JamesStewartFan95's Notes TCM Programming Challenge #38 Week of July 14th - 20th, 2019 SOTM: Angela Lansbury The Essentials: In the Heat of the Night (1967) Silent Sunday Nights: Metropolis (1927) TCM Imports: Pather Panchali (1956) and Rashomon (1950) TCM Spotlight: Directorial Debuts TCM Underground: The Brother from Another Planet (1984), Hollywood Shuffle (1987) and Making Do the Right Thing (1989) Challenge #36 1. Vacation Destination: Summertime in Paris! 2. Planes, Trains and Automobiles: Born to be Wild: A Tribute to the Biker Movie 3. Travel Companion: John Keating (from 1989's Dead Poets Society) 4. Desert Island Films: Six Weeks in a Leaky Boat with a Film Projector Premieres The Snowball Express (1972) That Darn Cat! (1965) Disney's Greatest Villains (1977) The Best of Disney Music: A Legacy in Song-Part I (1993) Play Misty for Me (1971) The Great Muppet Caper (1981) Greyfriars Bobby (1961) Lady Bird (2017) October Sky (1999) The Iron Giant (1999) 40 Pounds of Trouble (1962) Saving Mr. Banks (2013) The Brother from Another Planet (1984) Hollywood Shuffle (1987) Making Do the Right Thing (1989) Exempt Premieres Forget Paris (1995) La Vie en Rose (2007) Quadrophenia (1979) Mabel at the Wheel (1914) Dazed and Confused (1993) The Emperor's Club (2002) The Sandlot (1993) The Flamingo Kid (1984) Totals for Each Decade 1910’s 1 1920’s 2 1930’s 11 1940’s 20 1950’s 17 1960’s 14 1970’s 17 1980’s 10 1990’s 7 2000’s 3 2010’s 2 Ah Paris! Magic! And in the summertime, it’s simply beautiful! Sunday starts with a series of movies set in the City of Lights. Starting with Marcel Carné’s romantic epic masterpiece Les Enfants du Paradis, we journey through gay Paree with the likes of Fred Astaire, Marion Cotillard and even Bugs Bunny. Cotillard’s masterful performance as the tragic, yet triumphant chanteuse Edith Piaf in Olivier Dahan’s La Vie en Rose will make its debut on TCM as will Billy Crystal’s 1995 directorial debut, the rom-com Forget Paris. In the evening hours, Judy Garland stars in a family friendly double feature that includes the 1939 classic The Wizard of Oz and the 1962 animated feature Gay Purr-ee. After a riotous Norman Jewison-directed episode of Judy Garland’s TV show co-starring Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin from 1962, TCM’s Silent Sunday Nights brings us an eerie vision of the future with Fritz Lang’s landmark Metropolis from 1927. TCM Imports celebrates the best of Asian cinema from the 1950’s with a double feature of Satyajit Ray’s Pather Panchali and Akira Kurosawa’s 1950 epic Rashomon. Like a true nature’s child we were born, born to be wild! And so are the stars of these movies! Monday kicks off with a slate of films about life on the open road on a big black Harley Davidson motorcycle. Frequent TCM favorites such as Marlon Brando in The Wild One and Dennis Hopper’s counterculture classic Easy Rider from 1969 will be shown as will 1985’s Mask and the Charlie Chaplin-Mabel Normand silent short film Mabel at the Wheel from 1914. After an exciting look at Tupperware (did somebody say Match Your Mood), we salute the wonderfully talented Angela Lansbury, Jessica Fletcher herself. As Angela Lansbury was a huge star at MGM, most of these films will have been shown plenty on TCM, but I believe they are still worth watching particularly due to the presence of Angela Lansbury. Gaslight and The Reluctant Debutante are among the highlights, and underrated Katharine Hepburn-Spencer Tracy vehicle State of the Union stands out due to Lansbury’s performance. Tuesday is Disney Day on TCM and we’re doubling down with two programming slates of Disney movies. The morning showcases films starring Disney voice actors. First Winnie the Pooh helps an allied battalion hold off the Germans in A Walk in the Sun. Then Timothy J. Mouse tries to stop Buster Keaton from stealing the woman he loves while Jiminy Cricket plays the ukulele in Edward Sedgwick’s Doughboys from 1930. The morning will also show off the serious acting skills of The Fairy Godmother, Colonel Hathi, J. Worthington Foulfellow, Maleficent, Ludwig von Drake and Baloo. In the afternoon, animators Andreas Deja and Floyd Norman join host Leonard Maltin for another iteration of Treasures from the Disney Vault. The animation legends talk about their times at the Disney Studios, Floyd during the transitional period and Andreas during the Disney Renaissance before showcasing another great lineup of Disney programming. This includes the premieres of The Snowball Express from 1972 and That Darn Cat! from 1965. Wednesday kicks off with a slate of my favorite films including the premiere of Richard Linklater’s rock and roll love letter to teenage abandonment Dazed and Confused and the high stepping and fashionable musical duo of The Music Man and An American in Paris. All of these films mentioned truly made me think more about the power of film and I feel they best represent my enjoyment of the cinematic media. It also gives me an excuse to watch Grease. In the evening, our special guest programmer is the well-respected John Keating, professor of literature at Welton Academy who has volunteered his time to give us a fascinating look into his favorite movies including his two most-loved John Wayne films. The professor shares his love of the cinema and poetry by introducing his favorite film about a teacher, 2002’s The Emperor’s Club which will be making its debut on TCM. He hopes you enjoy this time together. Thursday sees a slate of nostalgia summer movies including the 1993 baseball film The Sandlot, which will be making its long-awaited debut and is a favorite of mine from my childhood. In the evening, after a tribute to cartoon legend and icon Bugs Q. Bunny (I decided to give him a nickname), we wrap up an exciting Thursday with a salute to directorial debuts by such auteurs as Spike Lee and Steven Spielberg as well as the debut of one of my favorite offerings from Kermit and his friends, The Great Muppet Caper, the directorial debut of Muppets creator Jim Henson. On Friday, we switch to a salute to the films of 1949, a usually unheralded year when compared to the year that occurred a decade prior, but one that is not without its fair share of cinematic riches. These include Carol Reed’s suspense masterpiece The Third Man and Katharine Hepburn’s strong performance as Amanda Bonner in George Cukor’s comedy Adam’s Rib. In the evening we salute the four-legged canine set with a salute to dogs and their masters. We then hand it over to Ben Mankiewicz and special guest co-host, Academy Award-nominated actress Saoirse Ronan for a night of “Ladies” at the Movies. Four films with the word “lady” in the title including Ronan’s own film Lady Bird directed by Greta Gerwig. Friday is also the second most exciting of the days of the week because TCM will debut two films on the channel revolving around the subject of kids during the Cold War. These films, both oddly enough released in the year 1999, are the coming-of-age drama October Sky and the animated cult classic The Iron Giant. Saturday caps off the week with a series of films dealing with the contentious nature of good vs evil as personified by God and the devil. These include the 1941 classic The Devil and Daniel Webster starring Walter Huston as the Lord of Darkness and the comedy Oh God! which offers a very unique perspective about our perception of God. I’m going to Disneyworld! But I’m not the only one, as the afternoon showcase on Disney as the vacation capital of California would attest to. 40 Pounds of Trouble starring Tony Curtis and Saving Mr. Banks starring Tom Hanks as Walt Disney himself will make their TCM debuts. After what I think is a long-awaited and deserved tribute to birthday boy and fellow Canuck Norman Jewison, TCM brings us one final guest host, acclaimed film director Robert Townsend to present a trio of films exploring the African-American experience during the 1980’s including the premieres of The Brother from Another Planet starring Joe Morton and directed by John Sayles and Townsend’s own Hollywood Shuffle, a hilarious satire of the film industry from 1987.
  19. JamesStewartFan95

    TCM Programming Challenge #38: Vacation Time!

    Especially as Ludwig von Drake, right?
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    TCM Programming Challenge #38: Vacation Time!

    Paul Frees is great, isn't he?
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    TCM Programming Challenge #38: Vacation Time!

    What was your favorite Disney actor of the ones I mentioned Stevo?
  22. JamesStewartFan95

    TCM Programming Challenge #38: Vacation Time!

    Thanks Stevomachino! I always appreciate hearing your feedback!
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    TCM Programming Challenge #38: Vacation Time!

    TCM Programming 3 Part 1.docx TCM Programming Schedule Sunday July 14th, 2019 Morning Theme: Summertime in Paris: Programming Challenge #1: Vacation Destination 6:00am Les Enfants du Paradis (1945) Arletty and Jean-Louis Barrault, dir Marcel Carné Pathé 3h10min (p/s) 9:15am The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1939) Charles Laughton and Cedric Hardwicke, dir William Dieterle RKO 1h54min (p/s) 11:15am Funny Face (1957) Audrey Hepburn and Fred Astaire, dir Stanley Donen Paramount 1h43min (p/s) 1:00pm For Scent-imental Reasons (1949) Mel Blanc and Bea Benaderet, dir Charles M. “Chuck” Jones Warner Bros. 7min 1:15pm Forget Paris (1995) Billy Crystal and Debra Winger, dir Billy Crystal Columbia 1h41min (destination-exempt) 3:00pm La Vie en Rose (2007) Marion Cotillard and Gérard Depardieu, dir Olivier Dahan Légende Films 2h20min (destination-exempt) 5:30pm A Tale of Two Cities (1935) Ronald Colman and Elizabeth Allan, dir Jack Conway MGM 2h3min (p/s) 7:45pm French Rarebit (1951) Mel Blanc and Tedd Pierce, dir Robert McKimson Warner Bros. 7min Short Evening Theme: A Little Bit of Judy for the Kids 8:00pm The Wizard of Oz (1939) Judy Garland and Frank Morgan, dir Victor Fleming MGM 1h41min (p/s) 9:45pm Gay Purr-ee (1962) Judy Garland and Robert Goulet, dir Abe Levitow UPA 1h25min (p/s) 11:15pm The Judy Garland Show (1962) Judy Garland and Frank Sinatra, dir Norman Jewison Famous Artists Productions 1h (p/s) Sunday Silent Nights: The Future is Coming! 12:15am Metropolis (1927) Brigitte Helm and Gustav Fröhlich, dir Fritz Lang UFA 1h54min (p/s) TCM Imports: Asian Cinema in the 1950’s 2:15am Pather Panchali (1955) Subir Banerjee and Kanu Banerjee, dir Satyajit Ray Government of West Bengal 2h5min (p/s) 4:30am Rashomon (1950) Toshiro Mifune and Michiko Kyō, dir Akira Kurosawa Daiei Films 1h28min (p/s) Monday July 15th, 2019 Morning Theme: Born to be Wild: A Tribute to the Biker Movie (Programming Challenge #2): Planes, Trains, and Automobiles 6:00am Easy Rider (1969) Peter Fonda and Dennis Hopper, dir Dennis Hopper Raybert Productions 1h35min (p/s) 7:45am Sherlock Jr. (1924) Buster Keaton and Kathryn McGuire, dir Buster Keaton Metro Pictures Corporation 45min (p/s) 8:30am Beach Party (1963) Bob Cummings and Dorothy Malone, dir William Asher American International Pictures 1h41min (p/s) 10:15am On Any Sunday (1971) Bruce Brown and Steve McQueen, dir Bruce Brown Solar Productions 1h36min (p/s) 12:00pm Mad Max (1979) Mel Gibson and Joanne Samuel, dir George Miller Kennedy Miller Productions 1h33min (p/s) 1:45pm Mask (1985) Cher and Sam Elliott, dir Peter Bogdanovich Universal 1h59min (p/s) 3:45pm Quadrophenia (1979) Phil Daniels and Leslie Ash, dir Franc Roddam The Who Films 2h (transportation-exempt) 5:45pm The Wild One (1953) Marlon Brando and Mary Murphy, dir László Benedek, Columbia 1h19min (p/s) 7:15pm Mabel at the Wheel (1914) Charles Chaplin and Mabel Normand, Mabel Normand and Mack Sennett Keystone Studios 18min (transportation-exempt) 7:45pm Match Your Mood (1968), Jam Handy Organization 7min Short Evening Theme: TCM Star of the Month: Angela Lansbury 8:00pm The Reluctant Debutante (1958) Rex Harrison and Kay Kendall, dir Vincente Minnelli MGM 1h35min (p/s) 9:45pm All Fall Down (1962) Eva Marie Saint and Warren Beatty, dir John Frankenheimer MGM 1h50min (p/s) 11:35pm State of the Union (1948) Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn, dir Frank Capra MGM 2h4min (p/s) 1:45am The Court Jester (1956) Danny Kaye and Glynis Johns, dir Melvin Frank and Norman Panama Paramount 1h41min (p/s) 3:30am Gaslight (1944) Charles Boyer and Ingrid Bergman, dir George Cukor MGM 1h54min (p/s) 5:30am Heavenly Music (1943) Frederick Brady and Mary Elliott, dir Josef Berne MGM 22min Short Tuesday July 16th, 2019 Morning Theme: The People Behind the Voices (A Tribute to Unsung Disney Voice Actors) 6:00am A Walk in the Sun (1945) Dana Andrews and Richard Conte, dir Lewis Milestone Fox 1h57min (p/s) (Sterling Holloway) 8:00am Doughboys (1930) Buster Keaton and Sally Ellers, dir Edward Sedgwick MGM 1h19min (p/s) (Edward Brophy and Cliff Edwards) 9:30am Picnic (1955) William Holden and Kim Novak, dir Joshua Logan Columbia 1h55min (p/s) (Verna Felton) 11:30am Willard (1971) Bruce Davison and Ernest Borgnine, dir Daniel Mann Bing Crosby Productions 1h35min (p/s) (J. Pat O’Malley) 1:15pm The Florodora Girl (1930) Marion Davies and Lawrence Gray, dir Harry Beaumont MGM 1h19min (p/s) (Walter Catlett) 2:45pm Full of Life (1956) Judy Holliday and Richard Conte, dir Richard Quine Columbia 1h31min (p/s) (Eleanor Audley) 4:30pm The Thing from Another World (1951) Margaret Sheridan and Kenneth Tobey, dir Christian Nyby Winchester Pictures Corporation 1h27min (p/s) (Paul Frees) 6:00pm The Wheeler Dealers (1963) James Garner and Lee Remick, dir Arthur Hiller MGM 1h47min (p/s) (Phil Harris) Evening Theme: Treasures from the Disney Vault: Achievements in Animation, Effects and Artistry (With Special Guest Hosts Floyd Norman and Andreas Deja) 8:00pm The Snowball Express (1972) Dean Jones and Nancy Olson, dir Norman Tokar Walt Disney Pictures 1h33min Premiere 9:45pm All in a Nutshell (1949) Dessie Flynn and James MacDonald, dir Jack Hannah Walt Disney 7min (p/s) 10:00pm Out of Scale (1951) Dessie Flynn and James MacDonald, dir Jack Hannah Walt Disney 7min (p/s) 10:15pm Lonesome Ghosts (1937) Walt Disney and Clarence Nash, dir Burt Gillett Walt Disney 9min (p/s) 10:30pm That Darn Cat! (1965) Hayley Mills and Dean Jones, dir Robert Stevenson Walt Disney 1h56min Premiere 12:30am Disney’s Greatest Villains (1977) Hans Conreid, Walt Disney 1h Premiere 1:30am The Best of Disney Music: A Legacy in Song-Part I (1993) Angela Lansbury and Branford Marsalis, dir Don Mischer Walt Disney 1h Premiere 2:30am Walt Disney’s Wonderful World of Color: An Adventure in Color: Mathmagic Land (1961) Walt Disney and Paul Frees, dir Hamilton Luske et. al. Walt Disney 1h (p/s) 3:30am 20, 000 Leagues Under the Sea (1954) Kirk Douglas and James Mason, dir Richard Fleischer Walt Disney 2h7min (p/s) Wednesday July 17th, 2019 Morning Theme: Six Months in a Leaky Boat with a Film Projector (TCM Programming Challenge #4): Desert Island Films (Challenge #3: Travel Companion) 6:00am Back to the Future (1985) Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd, dir Robert Zemeckis Universal 1h56min (p/s) 8:00am An American in Paris (1951) Gene Kelly and Leslie Caron, dir Vincente Minnelli MGM 1h53min (p/s) 10:00am The Thin Man (1934) William Powell and Myrna Loy, dir W.S. Van Dyke MGM 1h33min (p/s) 10:45am The Music Man (1962) Robert Preston and Shirley Jones, dir Morton DaCosta Warner Bros. 1h31min (p/s) 12:30pm Almost Famous (2000) Patrick Fugit and Billy Crudup, dir Cameron Crowe Vinyl Films 2h2min (p/s) 2:45pm Dazed and Confused (1993) Jason London and Wiley Wiggins, dir Richard Linklater Grammercy Pictures 1h42min (island-exempt) 4:30pm High Noon (1952) Gary Cooper and Thomas Mitchell, dir Fred Zinnemann United Artists 1h25min (p/s) 6:00pm Grease (1978) John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John, dir Randal Kleiser Paramount 1h50min (p/s) Evening Theme: TCM Guest Programmer: Professor John Keating from Touchstone Pictures’ Dead Poets’ Society (1989) 8:00pm The Emperor’s Club (2002) Kevin Kline and Emile Hirsch, dir Michael Hoffman Universal 1h49min (companion-exempt) 10:00pm The Barretts of Wimpole Street (1934) Norma Shearer and Fredric March, dir Sidney Franklin MGM 1h50min (p/s) 12:00am Red River (1948) John Wayne and Montgomery Clift, dir Howard Hawks United Artists 2h7min (p/s) 2:15am Fort Apache (1948) John Wayne and Henry Fonda, dir John Ford RKO 2h5min (p/s) 4:30am The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie (1969) Maggie Smith and Robert Stephens, dir Ronald Neame Fox 1h56min (p/s) Thursday July 18th, 2019 Morning Theme: How I Spent My Nostalgic Summer Vacation 6:00am Skippy (1931) Jackie Cooper and Robert Coogan, dir Norman Taurog Paramount 1h25min (p/s) 8:30am The Sandlot (1993) Tom Guiry and Mike Vitar, dir David Mickey Evans Fox 1h41min Premiere 10:15am Summer of ’42 (1971) Jennifer O’Neill and Gary Grimes, dir Robert Mulligan Warner Bros. 1h44min (p/s) 12:00pm Stand by Me (1986) Wil Wheaton and River Phoenix, dir Rob Reiner Columbia 1h29min (p/s) 1:30pm American Graffiti (1973) Richard Dreyfuss and Ron Howard, dir George Lucas Universal 1h52min (p/s) 3:30pm Corvette Summer (1978) Mark Hamil and Annie Potts, dir Matthew Robbins MGM 1h44min (p/s) 5:15pm The Flamingo Kid (1984) Matt Dillon and Hector Elizondo, dir Garry Marshall Fox 1h40min Premiere Afternoon Theme: 80 Years and Only One Grey Hare: A Tribute to Bugs Bunny 7:00pm Hare Tonic (1945) Mel Blanc and Arthur Q. Bryan, dir Charles M. “Chuck” Jones Warner Bros. 8min18sec Short 7:15pm Baseball Bugs (1946) Mel Blanc and Tedd Pierce, dir I. Friz Freleng Warner Bros. 7min Short 7:30pm Big Top Bunny (1951) Mel Blanc, dir Robert McKimson Warner Bros. 7min Short 7:45pm Water, Water Every Hare (1952) Mel Blanc and John T. Smith, dir Charles M. “Chuck” Jones Warner Bros. 7min Short Evening Theme: TCM Spotlight: Directorial Debuts (Week 3: The 70’s and the 80’s) 8:00pm Performance (1970) James Fox and Mick Jagger, dir Donald Cammell and Nicolas Roeg Warner Bros. 1h45min (p/s) 9:45pm Play Misty for Me (1971) Clint Eastwood and Jessica Walter, dir Clint Eastwood The Malpaso Company 1h42min Premiere 11:30pm THX-1138 (1971) Robert Duvall and Donald Pleasence, dir George Lucas American Zoetrope 1h35min (p/s) 1:15am The Sugarland Express (1974) Goldie Hawn and Ben Johnson, dir Steven Spielberg Universal 1h50min (p/s) 3:15am The Great Muppet Caper (1981) Jim Henson and Frank Oz, dir Jim Henson Henson Associates 1h37min Premiere 5:00am She’s Gotta Have It (1986) Tracy Camilla Johns and Tommy Redmond Hicks, dir Spike Lee 40 Acres & A Mule Filmworks 1h24min (p/s) Friday July 19th, 2019 Morning Theme: Woulda, Coulda, Shoulda: My Own Personal Award Choices for the 1949 Year in Film 6:30am The Third Man (1949) Joseph Cotton and Valli, dir Carol Reed London Films 1h48min (p/s) (Best Picture and Best Supporting Actor: Orson Welles) 8:30am All the King’s Men (1949) Broderick Crawford and John Ireland, dir Robert Rossen Columbia 1h49min (p/s) (Best Director: Robert Rossen and Best Supporting Actress: Mercedes McCambridge) 10:30am White Heat (1949) James Cagney and Virginia Mayo, dir Raoul Walsh Warner Bros. 1h54min (p/s) (Best Actor: James Cagney) 12:30am Adam’s Rib (1949) Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn, dir George Cukor MGM 1h41min (p/s) (Best Actress: Katharine Hepburn) 2:15pm The Window (1949) Barbara Hale and Arthur Kennedy, dir Ted Tetzlaff RKO 1h13min (p/s) (Best Juvenile Performance: Bobby Driscoll) Afternoon Theme: It’s a Dog’s Life: A Cinematic Tribute to Our Canine Friends 3:30pm Lassie Comes Home (1943) Pal and Roddy McDowell, dir Fred M. Wilcox MGM 1h29min (p/s) 5:00pm A Boy and His Dog (1946) Harry Davenport and Billy Sheffield, dir LeRoy Prinz Warner Bros. 21min (p/s) 5:30pm Greyfriars Bobby (1961) Donald Crisp and Laurence Naismith, dir Don Chaffey Walt Disney Pictures 1h27min Premiere 7:00pm Fonda on Fonda (1992) Jane Fonda and Peter Fonda, dir David Heeley Top Hat Productions 46min (p/s) Evening Theme: Lady, Be Good!: “Ladies” of Film (with Special Guest Host Saoirse Ronan, star of 2017’s “Lady Bird” 8:00pm Lady Bird (2017) Saoirse Ronan and Laurie Metcalf, dir Greta Gerwig Scott Rudin Productions 1h33min Premiere 9:45pm Lady in the Dark (1944) Ginger Rogers and Ray Milland, dir Mitchell Leisen Paramount 1h40min (p/s) 11:30pm Lady for a Day (1933) May Robson and Warren William, dir Frank Capra Columbia 1h36min (p/s) 1:15am The Prizefighter and the Lady (1933) Myrna Loy and Max Baer, dir W.S. Van Dyke and Howard Hawks MGM 1h42min (p/s) Evening Theme 2: Youth in the Cold War 3:00am October Sky (1999) Jake Gyllenhaal and Chris Cooper, dir Joe Johnston Universal 1h47min Premiere 5:00am The Iron Giant (1999) Eli Marienthal and Vin Diesel, dir Brad Bird Warner Bros. 1h27min Premiere Saturday July 20th, 2019 Morning Theme: The Eternal Struggle: Films About God and the Devil 6:30am Oh, God! (1977) George Burns and John Denver, dir Carl Reiner Warner Bros. 1h38min (p/s) 8:15am The Devil and Daniel Webster (1941) Edward Arnold and Walter Huston, dir William Dieterle RKO 1h47min (p/s) 10:15am The Ten Commandments (1956) Charlton Heston and Yul Brynner, dir Cecil B. DeMille Paramount 3h40min (p/s) 2:00pm Bedazzled (1967) Peter Cook and Dudley Moore, dir Stanley Donen Fox 1h43min (p/s) Early Evening Theme: I’m Going to Disneyland!!! 3:45pm 40 Pounds of Trouble (1962) Tony Curtis and Suzanne Pleshette, dir Norman Jewison Universal 1h46min Premiere 5:45pm Saving Mr. Banks (2013) Emma Thompson and Tom Hanks, dir John Lee Hancock Walt Disney Studios 2h5min Premiere Evening Theme: The Essentials: The Films of Norman Jewison 8:00pm In the Heat of the Night (1967) Sidney Poitier and Rod Steiger, dir Norman Jewison The Mirisch Corporation 1h49min (p/s) 10:00pm Jesus Christ Superstar (1973) Ted Neeley and Carl Anderson, dir Norman Jewison Universal 1h46min (p/s) 12:00pm Moonstruck (1987) Cher and Nicolas Cage, dir Norman Jewison MGM 1h42min (p/s) 1:45pm It’s Dental Flossophy, Charlie Brown (1979) Bill Melendez and Michelle Muller Bill Melendez Productions 6min Short Evening Theme 2: TCM Underground: The Black Experience in the 1980’s (with Special Guest Host Robert Townsend) 2:00am The Brother from Another Planet (1984) Joe Morton and Darryl Edwards, dir John Sayles Cinecom Pictures 1h44min Exempt Premiere 3:45am Hollywood Shuffle (1987) Robert Townsend and Anne-Marie Johnson, dir Robert Townsend The Samuel Goldwyn Company 1h18min Exempt Premiere 5:15am Making Do the Right Thing (1989) Danny Aiello and Jennie Bourne, dir St. Clair Bourne 40 Acres and A Mule Filmworks 1h Exempt Premiere
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    TCM Programming Challenge #38: Vacation Time!

    I'll have my schedule done and posted in a jiffy! Almost finished!
  25. JamesStewartFan95

    Films of 2018

    Oh, you don't know the half of it, Lawrence! This guy makes contradiction into an art form. Here's his review of the "great" "magnum opus" Jack and Jill starring "Academy Award-winning master thespian" Adam Sandler for a group White has since been kicked out of. http://www.nyfcc.com/2011/11/jack-and-jill-reviewed-by-armond-white-for-cityarts/

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