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  1. I am really interested in attending the festival, if possible. One of the major things standing in my way is the lack of a schedule. I don't care if it isn't completely fleshed out but (even with the $100 discount pre-12/18) I am very hesitant to commit to purchasing a pass without more of a schedule. I highly recommend posting a more detailed schedule before the 18th of December, in order to avoid a complete lack of successful pre-booking.
  2. CM, I will send feedback to you regarding your wish for feed back but I do have a question for you. It's weird (I've recently noticed it) but I seem to be listed as Countessdelave and CntssDelave. I get different messages and my posting history is completely different. I'm the same person. Have you ever had this happen? I remember trying to send messages to you in the past and the ID wasn't accepted unless it was exactly capitalized the same-maybe a similar issue for you?. Maybe this is really a matter for the TCM staff but I certainly don't want the confusion or appear to be two separate people. Edited by: CntssDelave on Nov 3, 2009 6:47 AM
  3. Loveslilacs, Thank you for your kind words of appreciation. It looks like you're new around here. Does this mean that you may join the next Programming Challenge?
  4. Gagman, I just happened into this thread. Thanks for the links to *Fig Leaves*, It's a favorite of mine. I have a very poor copy but I caught a decent print showing at the Pacific Film Archive a few years ago. I hope that it will be released onto dvd soon. It's a lot of fun.
  5. Filmlover, I loved your schedule! "Plan Your Day...the TCM Way". Very clever. I am such a huge William Powell fan and appreciated the contrasting lineup of the Gentleman Detective and Phillip Manlowe. I also really liked your Saturday schedule and White House concept-bravo! Robert Donat is wonderful as your S.O.M. I'd love to see *The Ghost Goes West* on TCM.
  6. *Programming Notes: Challenge #14* *Week of April 18-24, 2010* I picked the week of April 18-24 after I fleshed out the White House assignment. Since I was spending an entire day on ?The Environment?, I chose Earth Day, April 22nd. I have used films from studios previously disallowed from the challenges (but okayed for Premieres by Cinemaven). Sunday. Learn To Kern is my homage to the music of Jerome Kern. 9 Lives of a Cat includes nine films, starting with *The Cat and the Fiddle* (which has music by Jerome Kern). TCM has not shown this in years. Originally, I wanted to program *Le Chat*, with Jean Gabin and Simone Signoret (1971) but Cinmaven correctly put me in my place and said ?no? to anything after 1969. That left *La Chatte* as my TCM Import. Monday. Lives 7,8 and 9 continue. If you?ve not seen *Cat Women of the Moon*, give yourself a good laugh. It?s very campy and public domain. Marie Windsor? Afterwards, you?ll want to watch *The Narrow Margin*. The evening is devoted to writer Thorne Smith and includes a Premiere of *Nightlife of the Gods*. Tuesday. Towhead Tuesday is an entire day devoted to blondes. I love Alice White and would like to convince TCM to showcase her films (especially ones that haven?t been on TCM for years). *It?s a Great Life* has the Duncan Sisters and a great little dance known as the Hoosier Hop. A long time ago, I noticed just how many college films Betty Grable made. It?s a good thing that she escaped to Broadway or she might have continued to play co-eds for her entire career. *Collegiate* and *College Swing* are Premieres. There are a lot of women on this day (but not all). Wednesday. There are so many stars who died young or tragically. I?ve scheduled one film for each of a number of them. My Star of the Month is the wonderful, unique and talented Thelma Ritter. Thursday. I chose the Environment as my theme for the entire day. I had many films and nuances of subject matter to choose from but I had to do serious paring of the schedule. Yes, it?s Earth Day. I wanted to get the politicians in a light mood with *It Grows on Trees* and *Jon & Kate Plus 8 Go Green* (please forgive me but I couldn?t resist-I?ve never watched it). *Calling Hedy Lamarr* is about Hedy?s inventions in communications. The mandatory lunch break with Michael Moore is the only way that the White House could get him off their back. This way he has a captive audience (who can?t leave) for 45 minutes. *Life of The Party* has one of the most bizarre scenes: the two lovers smoke cigarettes and sing ?Let?s Have Another Cigarette?as if they were making love. I included *Dangerous Mission* because it has beautiful scenes of Glacier National Park, in color. *Plagues & Pleasures on the Salton Sea* is a great little documentary. Very entertaining. Friday. Friday I used the one theme for the evening and premiered *Louisiana Hussy* for TCM Underground. Saturday. It?s Shirley MacLaine?s birthday and I get to start out with a very funny MGM comedy that hasn?t been on in years: *Ask Any Girl*. Shirley?s a secretary caught between Gig Young and David Niven. Maybe TCM Programmer will get the hint. Saturday?s Essential is *Laura*. Need I say more? The remainder of the evening is programmed with more great film noirs, including a Premiere of *Phantom Lady*. *PREMIERES* *La Chatte* *Night Life of the Gods* *Collegiate* *College Swing* *Louisiana Hussy* *Laura* *Phantom Lady*
  7. Okay here it goes-I just squeaked in. Notes to follow. I lost most of my formatting. I can't wait to read all the schedules. I've been off the boards for the last few days. *TCM PROGRAMMING CHALLENGE # 14* SUNDAY, APRIL 18, 2010 *LEARN TO KERN* 6:00 am Sally (1929), Cast: Marilyn Miller, Joe E. Brown. Dir: John Dillon. 1st Nat?l. BW/C-103 min.. 7:45 am Sunny (1930), Cast: Marilyn Miller. Dir: William Seiter. 1st Nat?l. BW-77 min. 9:15 am Sweet Adeline (1934), Cast: Irene Dunne, Donald Woods. Dir: Mervyn LeRoy. WB. BW-87 min. 10:45 am I Dream Too Much (1935), Cast: Lily Pons, Henry Fonda. Dir: John Cromwell. RKO. BW-97 min. 12:30 pm Showboat (1936), Cast: Irene Dunne, Allan Jones. Dir: James Whale. Universal. BW-115 minutes. p/s. 2:30 pm Joy of Living (1938), Cast: Irene Dunne, Douglas Fairbanks Jr. Dir: Tay Garnett. RKO. BW-91 min. 4:15 pm Lady Be Good (1941), Cast: Eleanor Powell, Ann Sothern. Dir: Norman McLeod. MGM. BW-112 minutes. 6:15 pm Cover Girl (1944), Cast: Rita Hayworth, Gene Kelly. Dir: Charles Vidor. Columbia. C-105 min. p/s. *9 LIVES OF A CAT* 8:00 pm The Cat & the Fiddle (1934), Cast: Jeanette MacDonald, Ramon Novarro. Dir: William Howard. MGM. BW-88 min. 9:30 pm Cat People (1942), Cast: Simone Simon, Kent Smith. Dir: Jaques Tourneur. RKO. BW-73 min. 10:45 pm Curse of the Cat People (1944). Cast: Simone Simon, Kent Smith. Dir: Robert Wise. RKO. BW-70 min. *SILENT SUNDAY NIGHT* 12:00 am The Cat and the Canary (1927), Cast: Laura LaPlante. Dir: Paul Leni. Universal. BW-82 min. p/s. 1:30 am Short: Felix Saves the Day (1922), Animation. Dir: Otto Mesmer. Pat Sullivan Films. BW-7 min. p/s. Short: When the Cat?s Away (1935). Animation. Dir: Rudolf Ising. MGM. C-8 min. *TCM IMPORT* 2:00 am La Chatte (1959), Cast: Francoise Arnoul, Bernhard Wicki. Dir. Henri Decoin. Elysee Films. BW-108 min. Premiere. 4:00 am Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1958), Cast: Elizabeth Taylor, Paul Newman. Dir: Richard Brooks. MGM. C-108 min. MONDAY, APRIL 19, 2010 6:00 am Cat Women of the Moon (1953), Cast: Sonny Tufts, Marie Windsor. Dir: Arthur Hilton. Astor Studios. BW-64 min. p/d. 7:15 am The Case of the Black Cat (1936), Cast: Ricardo Cortez, June Travis. Dir: William McGann. WB. BW-66 min. 8:30 am The Black Cat (1934), Cast: Boris Karloff, Bela Lugosi. Dir: Edgar Ulmer. Universal. BW-65 min. p/s. *STANDING IN THE WINGS: UNDERSTUDIES* 9:45 am All About Eve (1950), Cast: Bette Davis, Anne Baxter. Dir: Joseph Mankiewicz. TCF. BW-138 min. p/s. 12:15 pm 42nd Street (1933), Cast: Ruby Keeler, Warner Baxter. Dir: Lloyd Bacon. WB. BW-89 min. 1:45 pm Born to Dance (1936), Cast: Eleanor Powell, James Stwart. Dir: Roy Del Ruth. MGM. BW-106 min. 3:45 pm Go Into Your Dance (1935), Cast: Ruby Keeler, Al Jolson. Dir: Archie Mayo. WB. BW-89 min. 5:15 pm The Hard Way (1943), Cast: Ida Lupino, Joan Leslie. Dir: Vincent Sherman. WB. BW-109 min. 7:15 pm Short: Alice in Movieland (1940), Cast: Joan Leslie. Dir: Jean Negulesco. WB. BW-22 min. Short: Out Where the Stars Begin (1938), Cast: Evelyn Thawl, Jeffrey Lynn. Dir: Bobby Connolly. WB. C-19 min. *THORNE SMITH STORIES* 8:00 pm Topper (1937), Cast: Cary Grant, Constance Bennett. Dir: Norman McLeod. Hal Roach. BW-97 min. p/s. 9:45 pm Topper Takes a Trip (1938), Cast: Cary Grant, Constance Bennett. Dir: Norman McLeod. Hal Roach. BW-80 min. p/s. 11:15 pm Topper Returns (1941), Cast: Joan Blondell, Roland Young. Dir: Roy Del Ruth. Hal Roach. BW-88 min. 12:45 pm Night Life of the Gods (1935), Cast: Alan Mowbray. Dir: Lowell Sherman. Universal. BW-73 min. Premiere. 2:15 am Turnabout (1940), Cast: Carole Landis,Adolph Menjou. Dir: Hal Roach. Hal Roach. BW-83 min. p/s. 3:45 am I Married a Witch (1942), Cast: Frederick March, Veronica Lake. Dir: Rene Clair. UA. BW-77 min. p/s. 5:15 am Menu (1933), Cast: Una Merkel. Dir: Nick Grinde. MGM. C-10 min. 5:30 am Short: Maid in Hollywood (1934), Cast: Thelma Todd, Patsy Kelly. Dir: Gus Meins. Hal Roach. BW-20 min. TUESDAY, APRIL 20, 2010 *TOWHEAD TUESDAY* *Jazz Baby: Alice White* 6:00 am Sweet Mama (1930, Cast: Alice White, David Manners. Dir: Edward Cline. 1st Nat?l. BW-54 min. 7:00 am The Widow From Chicago (1930), Cast: Alice White, E.G. Robinson. Dir: Edward Cline. 1st Nat?l. BW-62 min. 8:15 am Showgirl in Hollywood (1930), Cast: Alice White, Blanche Sweet. Dir: Mervyn LeRoy. 1st Nat?l. BW/C-80 min. 9:45 am The Naughty Flirt (1931), Cast: Alice White, Myrna Loy. Dir: Edward Cline. 1st Nat?l. BW-56 min. 10:45 am Employees Entrance (1933), Cast: Loretta Young, W. William, Alice White. Dir: Roy Del Ruth. 1st Nat?l. BW-75 min. 12:00 pm Sweet Music (1935), Cast: Rudy Vallee, Ann Dvorak, Alice White. Dir: Alfred Green. WB. BW-100 min. *Hoofers and Songbirds* 1:45 pm It?s a Great Life (1929), Cast: The Duncan Sisters. Dir: Sam Wood. MGM. BW/C-87 min. 3:15 pm Going Hollywood (1933), Cast: Bing Crosby, Marion Davies. Dir: Raoul Walsh. MGM. BW-78 min. 4:45 pm Broadway To Hollywood (1933), Cast: Mickey Rooney, Alice Brady. Dir: Willard Mack. MGM. BW-85 min. 6:15 pm Balalaika (1939), Cast: Nelson Eddy, Ilona Massey. Dir: Reinhold Schunzel. MGM. BW-102 min. *Betty Co-ed: Won?t you Please Graduate?* 8:00 pm Collegiate (1936), Cast: Jack Oakie. F. Langford, Betty Grable. Dir: Ralph Murphy. Paramount. BW-80 min. Premiere. 9:30 pm Student Tour (1934), Cast: Betty Grable, Jimmy Durante. Dir: Charles Reisner. MGM. BW-84 min. 11:00 pm Old Man Rhythm (1935), Cast: Betty Grable, Buddy Rogers. Dir: Edward Ludwig. RKO. BW-75 minutes. 12:15 am College Swing (1938), Cast: Bob Hope, Burns & Allen, Betty Grable. Dir: Raoul Walsh. Paramount. BW-86 min. Premiere. *Lethal Blondes* 1:45 am Framed (1947), Cast: Janis Carter, Glenn Ford. Dir: Richard Wallace. Columbia. BW-82 minutes. p/s. 3:15 am This Gun For Hire (1942), Cast: Alan Ladd, Veronica Lake. Dir: Frank Tuttle. Paramount. BW-80 min. p/s. 4:45 am The Woman in Green (1945), Cast: Basil Rathbone, Hillary Brooke. Dir: Roy Neill. Universal. BW-68 min. p/s. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, 2010 *THEY CAME TO A BAD END* 6:00 am The Barbarian (1933), Cast: *Ramon Novarro*, Myrna Loy. Dir: Sam Wood. MGM. BW-83 min. 7:30 am The Good Fairy (1935), Cast: *Margaret Sullavan*, Herbert Marshall. Dir: Wm. Wyler. Universal. BW-98 min. p/s. 9:15 am The Half-Naked Truth (1932), Cast: *Lupe Velez*, Lee Tracy. Dir: Gregory LaCava. RKO. BW-77 min. 10:45 am Ready, Willing and Able (1937), Cast: Ruby Keeler, *Ross Alexander*. Dir: Ray Enright. WB. BW-93 min. 12:30 pm One Million B.C. (1940), Cast: Victor Mature, *Carole Landis*. Dir: Hal Roach. H.Roach. BW-80 min. p/s. 2:00 pm Death of a Scoundrel (1956), Cast: *George Sanders*, Zsa Zsa Gabor. Dir: Charles Martin. RKO. BW-119 min. 4:00 pm They Knew What They Wanted (1940), Cast: *Carole Lombard*, C. Laughton. Dir: Garson Kanin. RKO. BW-96 min. 6:00 pm East of Eden (1955), Cast: *James Dean*, Julie Harris. Dir: Elia Kazan. WB. C-115 min. p/s. *STAR OF THE MONTH: THELMA RITTER* 8:00 pm Pickup on South Street (1953), Cast: Richard Widmark, Thelma Ritter. Dir: Samuel Fuller. TCF. BW-80 min. p/s. 9:45 pm Pillow Talk (1959), Cast: Doris Day, Rock Hudson. Dir: Michael Gordon. Universal. C-102 min. p/s. 11:30 pm The Misfits (1961), Cast: Gable, Monroe, Clift. Dir: John Huston. UA. BW-124 min. p/s. 1:45 am The Birdman of Alcatraz (1962), Cast: Burt Lancaster, Thelma Ritter. Dir: John Frankenheimer. UA. BW-147 min. 4:15 am Bird of Paradise (1932), Cast: Delores Del Rio, Joel McCrea. Dir: King Vidor. RKO. BW-83 min. THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 2010- Earth Day *ALL DAY MOVIES AT THE WHITE HOUSE: THE ENVIRONMENT* *Green Technology, Innovation & Transportation* 6:00 am It Grows on Trees (1952), Cast: Irene Dunne, Dean Jagger. Dir: Arthur Lubin. Universal. BW-84 min. 7:30 am Jon & Kate Plus 8 Go Green! (2009), TV Reality. TLC. C-60 min. 8:30 am Calling Hedy Lamarr (2004), Doc. Dir: Georg Misch. GM Films. C-71 min. 9:45 am Excuse My Dust (1951), Cast: Red Skelton, Sally Forest. Dir: Roy Rowland. MGM. C-82 min. 11:15 am Tucker (1988), Cast: Jeff Bridges, Joan Allen. Dir: F.F.Coppola. Paramount-110 min. 1:15 pm Mandatory Lunch Break hosted by Michael Moore. 2:00 pm Who Killed the Electric Car? (2006), Doc. Dir: Chris Paine. Sony. C-92 min. *Changing Attitudes in Tobacco* 3:45 pm Life of the Party (1937), Cast: Gene Raymond, Harriet Hilliard. Dir: William Seiter. RKO. BW-77 min. 5:15 pm Thank You For Smoking (2005), Cast: Aaron Eckhart, Maria Bello. Dir: Jason Reitman. Fox. C-92 min. *Wonders of Our World: Creatures, Parks, Monuments* 7:00 pm Microcosmos (2003), Doc. Dir: Claude Nuridsany. Miramax. C-80 min. 8:30 pm Dinner Break 9:30 pm North By Northwest (1959), Cast: Cary Grant, Eva Marie Saint. Dir: A. Hitchcock. MGM. C-131 min. 11:45 pm Dangerous Mission (1954), Cast: Victor Mature, Piper Laurie. Dir: Louis King. RKO. C-75 min. 1:00 am Baraka (1992), Doc. Dir: Ron Fricke. Goldwyn.. C-96 min. *Cautionary Tales* 2:45 am Plagues & Pleasures on the Salton Sea (2004), Doc. Dir: Chris Metzler. Tilapia Films. C-73 min. 4:00 am Michael Clayton (2007), Cast: George Clooney, Tilda Swinton. Dir: Tony Gilroy. WB. C-119 min. FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 2010 *DON?T CALL IT FRISCO!* 6:00 am Barbary Coast (1935), Cast: E.G. Robinson, Miriam Hopkins. Dir: H. Hawks. Goldwyn. BW-91 min. p/s. 7:45 am San Francisco (1936), Cast: Jeanette MacDonald, Clark Gable. Dir: W.S. Van Dyke. MGM. BW-115 min. 9:45 am Frisco Jenny (1932), Cast: Ruth Chatterton, Louis Calhern. Dir: W. Wellman. 1st Nat?l. BW-73 min. 11:00 am Fog Over Frisco (1934), Cast: Bette Davis, Margaret Lindsay. Dir: Wm. Dieterle. 1st Nat?l. BW-68 min. 12:15 pm Hatchet Man (1932), Cast: E.G. Robinson, Loretta Young. Dir: Wm. Wellman. 1st Nat?l. BW-74 min. 1:30 PM I Remember Mama (1948), Cast: Irene Dunne, B. Bel Geddes. Dir: George Stevens. RKO. BW-134 min. 3:45 pm Vertigo (1958), Cast: James Stewart, Kim Novak. Dir: A. Hitchcock. Paramount. C-129 min. p/s. 6:00 pm Bullitt (1968), Cast: Steve McQueen, Robert Vaughn. Dir: Peter Yates. WB. C-114 min. p/s. *FROM BATON ROUGE TO THE BAYOU* 8:00 pm All The King?s Men (1949), Cast: Broderick Crawford. Dir: R. Rossen. Columbia. BW-109 min. p/s. 10:00 pm A Streetcar Named Desire (1951), Cast: Vivian Leigh, Marlon Brando. Dir: E. Kazan. WB. BW-125 min. 12:15 am Two Smart People (1946), Cast: Lucille Ball, John Hodiak. Dir: Jules Dassin. MGM. BW-93 min. *TCM UNDERGROUND* 2:00 am Louisiana Hussy (1959), Cast: Nan Peterson. Dir: Lee Sholen. Howco Int?l. BW-85 min. Premiere. 3:30 am Louisiana Hayride (1944), Cast: J. Canova, Ross Hunter. Dir: Charles Barton. Colum. BW-67 min. p/s. 4:45 am After Office Hours (1935), Cast: Clark Gable, Constance Bennett. Dir: R. Leonard. MGM. BW-72 min. SATURDAY, APRIL 24, 2010 *SHIRLEY MACLAINE?S BIRTHDAY* 6:00 am Ask Any Girl (1959), Cast: Shirley MacLaine, David Niven. Dir: Charles Walters. MGM. C-98 min. 7:45 am The Apartment (1960), Cast: Shirley MacLaine, Jack Lemmon. Dir: Billy Wilder. UA. BW-125 min. p/s. 10:00 am Two Loves (1961), Cast: Shirley MacLaine, Laurence Harvey. Dir: Charles Walters. MGM. C-96 min. 11:45 am Sweet Charity (1969), Cast: Shirley MacLaine, Chita Rivera. Dir: Bob Fosse. Universal. C-154 min. p/s. 2:30 pm Around The World in 80 Days (1956), Cast: Shirley MacLaine , David Niven. Dir: Michael Anderson. UA. C-183 min. p/s. 5:45 pm Can Can (1960), Cast: Shirley MacLaine, Frank Sinatra. Dir: Walter Lang. TCF. C-131 min. p/s. *THE ESSENTIALS* 8:00 pm Laura (1944), Cast: Gene Tierney, Dana Andrews, Clifton Webb. Dir: Otto Preminger. TCF. BW-88 min. Premiere 9:45 pm The Dark Corner (1946), Cast: Lucille Ball, Clifton Webb. Dir: H. Hathaway. TCF. BW-95 min. p/s. 11:30 pm Phantom Lady (1944), Cast: Ella Raines, Franchot Tone. Dir: R. Siodmak. Univer. BW- 87 min. Premiere 1:00 am The Killers (1946), Cast: Burt Lancaster, Ava Gardner. Dir: Robert Siodmak. Univer. BW-103 min. p/s. 2:45 am Nocturne (1946), Cast: George Raft, Lynn Bari. Dir: Edwin Marin. RKO. BW-87 min. 4:15 am Crack-Up (1946), Cast: Pat O? Brien, Claire Trevor. Dir: Irving Reis. RKO. BW-93 min.
  8. Okay, CM, I'm on board. Am I still correct that I can use any foreign studio film and call it a premiere or does it mean that I can only use foreign films that have previously shown on TCM (unless they were released via any of the approved studios on the list)? Please clarify that point. Thanks.
  9. CM, Sorry for another basic question but my TCM import choice doesn't fit into any of the studio libraries listed (probably most of the imports would not). Do I use it anyhow and mark it as a premiere? Also, my choice is a 1971 film with Jean Gabin and Simone Signoret. Can't we just say that any film with those two together _is_ a classic? I _will_ abide by your ruling, Countess Delave.
  10. Congratulations, Audreyforever! What a great job. I loved Kathryn Grayson as your S.O.M. choice. You had some really good themes. I always enjoy seeing the early or unusual films of any star. I'd definitely be watching during your week.
  11. Wow! Great schedule kingrat! Joan Bennett is perfect. I loved how you did the White House programming and then added the Presidents theme to follow. I think Margaret Lockwood is quite FAB and it was nice to see you honor her. Great job, Kingrat!
  12. CineMaven, Originally I was only planning on using films allowed in the rules of the challenge (i.e. no Fox and Universal films unless previously shown). Now I must ask for clarification of the White House programming rules. Because it's the White House, can we show ANY studio's film (as we'll have likely immunity with all of the political clout in the room)?
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