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  1. That is some deep state classical movie trivia knowledge there. Props.
  2. Daytime June 14 Janis Page The Time, the Place and the Girl (Dennis Morgan, Jack Carson) (Warner Bros., 1946) Her Kind of Man (Dane Clark, Janis Page) (Warner Bros., 1946) Love and Learn (Jack Carson, Robert Hutton) (Warner Bros., 1947) Wallflower (Robert Hutton, Joyce Reynolds) (Warner Bros., 1948) Romance on the High Seas (Jack Carson, Janis Page) (Warner Bros., 1948) One Sunday Afternoon (Dennis Morgan, Dorothy Malone) (Warner Bros., 1948) The Younger Brothers (Wayne Morris, Janis Page) (Warner Bros., 1949) The House Across the Street (Wayne Morris, Janis Page) (Warner Bros., 1949) Th
  3. Primetime June 13 Museum Capers Topkapi (Melina Mercouri, Peter Ustinov) (United Artists, 1964) How to Steal a Million (Audrey Hepburn, Peter O'Toole) (20th Century Fox, 1966) Silent Sunday Night The Scarlet Letter (Lillian Gish, Lars Hanson) (MGM, 1926) TCM Imports Fitzcarraldo (Klaus Kinski, Claudia Cardinale) (Dist. in the US by Anchor Bay, 2002)
  4. Daytime June 13 following the Noir Alley repeat is theme-free. Marie Antoinette (Norma Shearer, Tyrone Power) (MGM, 1938) The Boy with Green Hair (Pat O'Brien, Robert Ryan) (RKO, 1948) The Barkleys of Broadway (Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers) (MGM, 1949) The Americanization of Emily (James Garner, Julie Andrews) (MGM, 1964)
  5. Primetime June 12 There's no theme listed, but the only movie showing before Noir Alley is ... Dr. Zhivago (Omar Shariff, Julie Christie) (MGM, 1965) Noir Alley Walk a Crooked Mile (Louis Hayward, Dennis O'Keefe) (Columbia, 1948) Late night begins with a couple of time-travel movies and then gets pretty random until the next morning's rerun of Noir Alley. Twentieth Century (John Barrymore, Carole Lombard) (Columbia, 1934) Rosalie (Nelson Eddy, Eleanor Powell) (MGM, 1937) The Time Machine (Rod Taylor, Yvette Mimieux) (MGM, 1960) The Americanization of Emily (James Garn
  6. Daytime June 12 Saturday Matineee. I'm only listing the features Broadway Melody of 1938 (Robert Taylor, Eleanor Powell) (MGM, 1937) No Place to Go (Dennis Morgan, Gloria Dickson) (Warner Bros., 1939) The Falcon in Danger (Tom Conway, Jean Brooks) (RKO, 1943) Then it's a theme-free afternoon. The Saint in New York (Louis Hayward, Kay Sutton) (RKO, 1938) The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Charles Laughton, Cedric Hardwicke) (RKO, 1939) Buck Privates (Bud Abbott, Lou Costello) (Universal, 1941) Ship of Fools (Vivien Leigh, Simone Signoret) (Columbia, 1965)
  7. There's still a big blank space for primetime June 11. TCM Underground looks like a Sweeney Todd theme. The Undertaker and His Pals (Warrene Ott, James Westmoreland) (Gemini Film Distributors, 1972) Motel Hell (Rory Calhoun, Paul Linke) (United Artists, 1980) Edit: someone with a twisted sense of humor in the TCM programming department has decided to follow up these movies with a short titled Delicious Dishes.
  8. I edited my post above to include Bad Boy (Lloyd Nolan, Jane Wyatt) (Allied Artists, 1949) but am also mentioning it here. I left it out before. Daytime June 11 LGBTQ Icons. Let the hate posts begin! The Matrimonial Bed (Frank Fay, James Gleason) (Warner Bros., 1930) The Blue Angel (Emil Jannings, Marlene Dietrich) (Paramount, 1930) Faithless (Tallulah Bankhead, Robert Montgomery) (MGM, 1932) Madame Du Barry (Dolores Del Rio, Reginald Owen) (Warner Bros., 1934) Nobody's Baby (Patsy Kelly, Lyda Roberti) (MGM, 1937) Camille (Greta Garbo, Robert Taylor) (MGM, 1937) Play Girl (Kay Franci
  9. I haven't gotten so far into the schedule as to report the two blocks of missing time, although I'm just about to get to 6/11. Some programming probably hasn't been decided yet, most likely over a question of what movies they'll be able to obtain.
  10. Primetime June 10 Juvenile Delinquents Night Two. It appears the special sub-theme tonight is it's all about the girls. So Young, So Bad (Paul Henreid, Catherine McLeod) (United Artists, 1950) Untamed Youth (Mamie Van Doren, Lori Nelson) (Warner Bros., 1957) The Shadow on the Window (Phil Carey, Betty Garrett) (Columbia, 1957) No Time to Be Young (Robert Vaughn, Roger Smith) (Columbia, 1957) Riot in Juvenile Prison (Jerome Thor, Marcia Henderson) (United Artists, 1959) The Hoodlum Priest (Don Murray, Larry Gates) (United Artists, 1961) So Evil, So Young (Jill Ireland, Ellen ****) (United
  11. Daytime June 10 Judy Garland Birthday Tribute. Coming one day after the Andy Hardy movies, it reminds me of all those years I'd open up the Summer Under the Stars schedule and see that Mickey and Judy both had days ... and they were in the same week. Listen, Darling (Freddie Bartholomew, Judy Garland) (MGM, 1938) For Me and My Gal (Judy Garland, George Murphy) (MGM, 1942) Presenting Lily Mars (Judy Garland, Van Heflin) (MGM, 1943) Till the Clouds Roll By (Robert Walker, Dorothy Patrick) (MGM, 1946) The Pirate (Gene Kelly, Judy Garland) (MGM, 1948) Summer Stock (Gene Kelly, Judy Garland) (
  12. Primetme June 9. This month-long theme has gotten a more elaborate title since I last checked in to the schedule and maybe slightly more clarity. Its' called Classroom Cinema: Teacher Selections, which to me brings back memories of my high school US History 1877-Present teacher who was also the track coach pushing a cart with a TV on it to constantly show us fare like The North and the South. The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pitman and All the President's Men. Or all my high school literature teachers who would only show us the movie version of the novel the day after we took the test. But my gu
  13. Daytime June 9 it says Andy Hardy Part One. I assume there's another daytime programming day with the later Hardy movies. A Family Affair (Lionel Barrymore, Cecilia Parker) (MGM, 1937) You're Only Young Once (Lewis Stone, Cecilia Parker) (MGM, 1937) Judge Hardy's Children (Lewis Stone, Mickey Rooney) (MGM. 1938) Love Finds Andy Hardy (Lewis Stone, Mickey Rooney) (MGM, 1938) Out West with the Hardys (Lewis Stone, Mickey Rooney) (MGM, 1938) The Hardys Ride High (Lewis Stone, Mickey Rooney) (MGM, 1939) Andy Hardy Gets Spring Fever (Mickey Rooney, Ann Rutherford) (MGM, 1939) Judge Hardy and S
  14. He was referenced a couple of times in regard to the movie and the time, but his present absence wasn't discussed.
  15. Primetime June 8 Star of the Month Cyd Charisse Night Two The Unfinished Dance (Magaret O'Brien, Cyd Charisse) (MGM, 1947) East Side, West Side (Barbara Stanwyck, James Mason) (MGM, 1949) Sombrero (Ricardo Montalban, Pier Angeli) (MGM, 1953) Party Girl (Robert Taylor, Cyd Charisse) (MGM, 1958) Two Weeks in Another Town (Kirk Douglas, Edward G. Robinson) (MGM, 1962)
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