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  1. Howdy. I am marking my calendar for films I am most excited for during "31 Days of Oscar", one of which is "Sons and Lovers" (1960). However, I noticed a discrepancy between the ""31 Days of Oscar" schedule and the weekly schedule , that leaves me questioning the airtime of "Sons and Lovers". On "31 Days of Oscar" schedule:"Sons and Lovers" is set to show on Tues, Feb 18 at 9:45 pm ET between "Brief Encounter" and "Pygmalion". But on the weekly schedule: "Sons and Lovers" is curiously missing on Feb 18 (and every other day), even though "Brief Encounter" and "Pygmalion" appear at the same times as in the "31Days" schedule. This begs the question: is "Sons and Lovers" no longer showing on TCM on Feb 18? or was it simply forgotten in the weekly schedule? I was very excited at a chance to see this film, and would appreciate a timely response. Exhibit A: "Sons & Lovers" scheduled at 9:45 Exhibit B: "Sons and Lovers" has vanished
  2. I just had a *very* frustrating experience with the TCM app/online experience. I've recently been on a Mikhail Kalatozov kick after discovering his earlier films and was beyond excited to find "Soy Cuba"/"I am Cuba" (1964) on the TCM app. What made the situation even more serendipitous, was that this was my first time logging into the TCM app in months, and "Soy Cuba" just so happened to be on the homepage. And I caught it just in time: "Soy Cuba" was scheduled to expire from the TCM app within 3 days on Nov. 20. However, when I tried to watch the film today (Nov. 18, two days before "Soy Cuba" was set to expire) it was nowhere to be found. I am devastated and don't know where else I'll be able to find a copy/streaming service that hosts the film.
  3. I just had a *very* frustrating experience with the TCM app/online experience. I've recently been on a Mikhail Kalatozov kick after discovering his earlier films and was beyond excited to find "Soy Cuba"/"I am Cuba" (1964) on the TCM app. What made the situation even more serendipitous, was that this was my first time logging into the TCM app in months, and "Soy Cuba" just so happened to be on the homepage. And I caught it just in time: "Soy Cuba" was scheduled to expire from the TCM app within 3 days on Nov. 20. However, when I tried to watch the film today (Nov. 18, two days before "Soy Cuba" was set to expire) it was nowhere to be found. I am devastated and don't know where else I'll be able to find a copy/streaming service that hosts the film.
  4. I was trying to watch "Lion in Winter" as TCM's 31 Days of Oscar on the WatchTCM app and this frustrating message popped up. I understand licensing can be tricky to navigate, but I have been planning and looking forward to watching the film for weeks now as I scoured over the 31 Days of Oscar schedule. If TCM could do everything in their power to make sure films on their schedule are available on all platforms, I'd be a happy viewer.
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