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  1. Unlisted short on January 21: 8:48am ET -- *Treasures from Trash* -- a Pete Smith Specialty, following *Men of Chance*. Edited to add another January 21 short: 3:27pm ET -- *24 Hour Alert* -- following *Reach for the Sky*.
  2. *I never forget a face* was shown with no notice again, on January 20 at 7:47pm ET, before *Al Capone*.
  3. As I write this, the following unlisted short is airing: Jan. 19 11:17am ET -- *I never forget a face* -- following *Uncertain Glory.*
  4. jcschmuhl: I don't know whether those shorts were listed in the daily schedule, but they were in the weekly schedule for several days before airing.
  5. First unlisted short of 2012: January 7: 7:47pm ET -- *Algie, The Miner* (1912) -- following *Nevada Smith* and directly before TCM's all-night Charlie Chaplin silent-film marathon.
  6. Unscheduled short on Wednesday, December 28: 9:36pm ET – *My Country 'Tis of Thee* – following *The Paleface*
  7. Unlisted short on Sunday, December 18: 9:50am ET *–* *Rural Hungary –* a FitzPatrick Traveltalk *–* before *The Shop Around the Corner*, which takes place in Budapest. Edited to add this unlisted short: 11:56am ET *– Ave Maria - Christmas Greeting* (featuring Mario Lanza) *–* before the TCM documentary *A Night At the Movies: Merry Christmas!*
  8. Unlisted short on Saturday, December 17: 8:45am ET -- *Rita Rio And Her Orchestra –* after *The Saint In New York*
  9. *I never forget a face* was shown again today at 9:48am ET, before *Christmas in Connecticut*. (I would have simply added this to my previous message, but the Edit icon didn't appear.)
  10. Today's unlisted short aired at 9:40pm, following *Larceny, Inc.*: *I Never Forget a Face* (orthographically, the onscreen title is *I never forget a face*). It was nominated for the 1956 Oscar for one-reel short subject, but lost to another phantom short aired often in recent months, *Crashing the Water Barrier.* I don't recall ever seeing it on TCM before.
  11. bbbobbb: I'm not sure whether Raquel's post disappeared or she edited the post directly under my original response. At any rate, your tinypic image was clear enough for me to read the following: COPYRIGHT MCMLII IN U.S.A. BY LOEW'S INCORPORATED (Loew's being the parent company of MGM) so I doubt that it was originally released in the 1930s.
  12. Raquel, The New York State Archives Motion Picture Division Film Script Index lists the year 1951 (search page = http://iarchives.nysed.gov/MPD/rr_other_film_search.jsp), and the Complete Index to World Film (http://www.citwf.com/film446115.htm) lists 1952. I tried watching the film, but the copyright date was too fuzzy.
  13. The errant title maker-upper is at it again. In the weekly schedule, a 9-minute short with the title *Boris Pasternak 1890-1965* is scheduled to air on Thursday, December 1, at 7:35am ET. It has been shown a few times on TCM, and the title is simply *Pasternak.* And it's worth watching.
  14. As of this morning, shorts are back in the schedule, with listings through the whole week. Of course there's no telling how long this will last. And they will probably still omit the same few titles that have been left out since last summer (Grandad of Races, Desert Killer, Beauty And the Bull, Crashing the Water Barrier).
  15. Comcast additions for Tuesday, November 22: 3:23am ET – *Meet the Fleet* – after A Very Private Affair 5:44am ET – *Football Headliners* – after A Foreign Affair
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