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Norma Shearer as SOTM November 2015

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Norma Shearer with Irving Thalberg and their son Irving Jr.

 

November 3 -- Silent Films

LADY OF THE NIGHT (1924) with Malcolm McGregor

A LADY OF CHANCE (1928) with Lowell Sherman

THE STUDENT PRINCE IN OLD HEIDELBERG (1927) with Ramon Novarro

HE WHO GETS SLAPPED (1924) with Lon Chaney

 

November 10 -- The Dawn of Sound

PRIVATE LIVES (1931) with Robert Montgomery

A FREE SOUL (1931) with Leslie Howard

LET US BE GAY (1930) with Rod La Rocque

THE DIVORCEE (1930) with Chester Morris

THEIR OWN DESIRE (1929) with Lewis Stone

THE LAST OF MRS. CHEYNEY (1929) with Basil Rathbone

 

November 17 -- The Queen of MGM

STRANGERS MAY KISS (1931) with Neil Hamilton

SMILIN' THROUGH (1932) with Fredric March

STRANGE INTERLUDE (1932) with Clark Gable

THE BARRETTS OF WIMPOLE STREET (1934) with Fredric March

RIPTIDE (1934) with Robert Montgomery

ROMEO AND JULIET (1936) with Leslie Howard

 

November 24 -- Fadeout

MARIE ANTOINETTE (1938) with Tyrone Power

THE WOMEN (1939) with Joan Crawford

IDIOT'S DELIGHT (1939) with Clark Gable

ESCAPE (1940) with Robert Taylor

HER CARDBOARD LOVER (1942) with Robert Taylor

 

November 25

WE WERE DANCING (1942) with Melvyn Douglas

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OK.  Now I'm happy.  Norma Shearer Month is finally here!

And unlike many SOTM honorees, there will be some silent films included. No post-code movies either, since her screen career ended in 1942. So this should make plenty of people around here quite happy.

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And unlike many SOTM honorees, there will be some silent films included. No post-code movies either, since her screen career ended in 1942. So this should make plenty of people around here quite happy.

 

I liked how TCM grouped the films so there is a theme for each day.     At least 2 movies each day that I'm interested in.

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I liked how TCM grouped the films so there is a theme for each day.     At least 2 movies each day that I'm interested in.

They usually do try to arrange them by theme. When Sterling Hayden was featured last May, they grouped his by genre.

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