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Ignored Movies (I'd/We'd?) Like to See Again!

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The Republic films that will be screening at MoMA are listed below. I know the Roy Rogers film has aired on TCM, but I don't think most of the others ever have:

THAT BRENNAN GIRL (it's in the public domain and easy to find)
HELLFIRE
DRIFTWOOD
ANGEL ON THE AMAZON
THE FLAME
CITY THAT NEVER SLEEPS (one of Scorsese's favorites, and he will introduce it at MoMA)
TRIGGER JR. (will be introduced by Paramount archivist Andrea Kalas)
THE RED PONY (this one aired on TCM about ten years ago)
ACCUSED OF MURDER
THE PLUNDERERS
THE INSIDE STORY
STORM OVER LISBON
STRANGER AT MY DOOR
I'VE ALWAYS LOVED YOU

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18 minutes ago, MovieCollectorOH said:

Any speculation on what rate TCM might show those?

Are you asking about the Republic titles? The MoMA screening occurs in February (part 1) and in August (part 2). So hopefully that will prompt TCM to air a few of the restored titles later in the year or in 2019. I feel confident CITY THAT NEVER SLEEPS will turn up, since Scorsese really likes it; it has a strong reputation due to its unique story and outstanding cinematography; plus it's a noir and TCM can make a big deal premiering a noteworthy classic film noir.

Scorsese is also a huge fan of Republic's action adventure tale FAIR WIND TO JAVA. I love it too. So my guess is that will be the one he gives a lecture on in August. And I can see that one also getting a TCM premiere at some point.

Here are notes for the February titles at MoMA:

http://press.moma.org/wp-content/files_mf/republicrediscovered_screeningschedule.pdf

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44 minutes ago, TopBilled said:

Are you asking about the Republic titles? The MoMA screening occurs in February (part 1) and in August (part 2). So hopefully that will prompt TCM to air a few of the restored titles later in the year or in 2019. I feel confident CITY THAT NEVER SLEEPS will turn up, since Scorsese really likes it; it has a strong reputation due to its unique story and outstanding cinematography; plus it's a noir and TCM can make a big deal premiering a noteworthy classic film noir.

Scorsese is also a huge fan of Republic's action adventure tale FAIR WIND TO JAVA. I love it too. So my guess is that will be the one he gives a lecture on in August. And I can see that one also getting a TCM premiere at some point.

Here are notes for the February titles at MoMA:

http://press.moma.org/wp-content/files_mf/republicrediscovered_screeningschedule.pdf

Yeah, that and the 800 or so that you mentioned which were said to be restored.  I have 9,368 items in my list, previously shown on TCM, which correlate to non-TV series, non-TV special, non-short (by Genre), and non-short (duration < 45 min) as per IMDB.  So comparatively speaking 800 items, even if that includes a substantial amount of shorts, is quite a bit.  It would be nice to displace some of those repeats.

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2 minutes ago, MovieCollectorOH said:

Yeah, that and the 800 or so that you mentioned which were said to be restored.  I have 9,368 items in my list, previously shown on TCM, which correlate to non-TV series, non-TV special, non-short (by Genre), and non-short (duration < 45 min) as per IMDB.  So 800 items, even if that includes a substantial amount of shorts, is quite a bit.  It would be nice to displace some of those repeats.

Paramount did lease some of the Republic restorations to Amazon and Starz for streaming awhile back, but I don't think Amazon has them anymore. There were about 100 of them, mostly the B westerns and some of the A westerns (typically the ones that starred John Wayne, Bill Elliott and Rod Cameron). And they would put clips of Republic comedies and Republic war films on the Paramount Vault page on YouTube. It would definitely be good if TCM could acquire the restorations. A lot of those films have not been seen in years. 

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A Heads up for 2 Less Frequently Shown Films on TCM Tonight!
 

The Flight of the Phoenix (1965) Last shown over 4 years ago on TCM 9/2013 (DVR'd in 10/11/2012) Per MCOH schedule Shown only 7x on TCM.

Currently available on DVD (in US) and Blu-ray (from UK).

This is the original screen version of the 1964 novel by Elleston Trevor and IMO far superior to the 2004 remake. The movie pretty closely follows the book which I believe is currently out-of-print, though still reasonably available in used paperback for those interested in the read.  

Directed & Produced by Robert Aldrich, and distributed by 20th Century Fox
This desert survival classic features a stellar cast that includes James Stewart, Richard Attenborough, Hardy Krüger, Peter Finch, Ernest Borgnine, Ian Bannen, Ronald Fraser, Christian Marquand, Dan Duryea, and George Kennedy (among others).

But the real star of this film is the iconic "Flying Boxcar" (produced by Fairchild aircraft from 1949-1955).
In Greek mythology "The Phoenix" is a bird that is capable of regenerating itself  by arising from the ashes of its predecessor. And the unique design of this aircraft makes it plausibly capable of fitting that description.
Stewart plays a disgruntled post ww2 pilot flying for a 3rd rate North African oil company. His partner is Attenborough who eases his situation with alcohol. They are on a "routine" flight transporting men and material, when the plane encounters a sandstorm that makes this flight anything but routine.

I first saw this film in my local theater back in the day, and the buzz was that one of the stunt pilots tragically lost his life in an accident during production. The film is impressively realistic in every detail, and one that TCM infrequently airs. Enjoy!

Abandon Ship (1957) Last shown on TCM over four years ago 9/14/2013 & 5/2009, Per MCOH schedule Shown only 10x on TCM.

This is a British survival at sea drama distributed by Columbia Pictures
Directed by Richard Sale and adapted from his 1938 short story "Seven Waves Away" which drew upon actual testimonies following the sinking of the ship William Brown in 1841.
The movie is a post ww2 "modernized" adaptation and realistically follows a handful of survivors in an overcrowded lifeboat as they struggle for survival in the middle of the Atlantic after their passenger ship quickly sinks after striking a floating derelict mine.
The cast includes Tyrone Power, Mai Zetterling,  Lloyd Nolan, Stephen Boyd,  Moira Lister,  James Hayter,  Finlay Currie, John Stratton, and others. 
A more mature Ty Power must make some tough realistic decisions once "command" is thrust upon him in this gritty survival drama.

 

AND REGARDING ANOTHER NEVER SEEN ON TCM MOVIE....

If you like tonight's line-up, then you will also enjoy another movie that I wish TCM would acquire the rights to air sometime... soon.

The Sands of Kalahari (1965) A British production filmed on location in the Kalahari Desert, Directed by Cy Endfield, Produced by Stanley Baker, and Distributed by Paramount Pictures
It's based upon a 1960 novel by William Mulvihill  that I first read when I was a member of the Book-of-the-Month club in junior high.
It features Stuart Whitman, Stanley Baker, Susannah York, Harry Andrews, Theodore Bikel, and Nigel Davenport as a handful of airplane crash survivors stranded in the middle of the Kalahari desert. In an adult version of "Lord of the Flies" they come to grips with man's basest primordial instinct. And the final scene is a real chiller!

Until Aug. 2011, this movie was not available domestically on DVD in the US. One could obtain a poor quality overseas VHS transfer (which I did) but perhaps TCM could acquire the rights to air the latest edition... it would be a real treat!

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4 minutes ago, Stephan55 said:

I first saw this film in my local theater back in the day, and the buzz was that one of the stunt pilots tragically lost his life in an accident during production. The film is impressively realistic in every detail, and one that TCM infrequently airs. Enjoy!

Indeed, Paul Mantz who provided aircraft & did aerial stuff on many film productions was killed flying the Tallmantz P-1 Phoenix plane, built especially for the film.

Looks like they've provided an improved unshrunk print for tonight's presentation, too.

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On 1/12/2018 at 5:27 PM, LawrenceA said:

Thanks for the post, Stephan. You and a few others have recommended Inferno, so I'll record it and check it out. 

I really liked Into the Wild. There was a time when I was a similar restless spirit dissatisfied with the status quo and seeking something more, so the story resonated with me.

I somewhat recently saw Man in the Wilderness. I thought it was okay, but nothing special. This was before The Revenant, and when I finally got around to that one, it seemed lesser for having seen the original.

I also recently watched In the Wake of the Bounty on YouTube. I thought it was awful, but I was happy to see Flynn's beginnings.

The Roots of Heaven used to show up on the Fox Movie Channel quite frequently, which is where I saw it.

So how did you like Inferno?
Same sentiments here with both Into the Wild and In the Wake of the Bounty.

I don't get the Fox Movie Channel any more (Not for many years).
I see that The Roots Of Heaven (1958) DVD is available for order in Region 2 format.
I may have to resort to ordering one of those. My current DVD player is not region free, but I have software that may allow me to save and convert the dvd to region free. I can try for an interlibrary loan first.
Though would be so nice if TCM would just air it for us instead. Then we could ALL see it if we wanted to!

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On 1/12/2018 at 6:55 PM, TopBilled said:

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More ice skating musicals please, that's my request. They seldom air on TCM and there are some good ones, like Republic's LAKE PLACID SERENADE.

I would also like to see the channel air some classic James Bond films, particularly the ones starring Roger Moore.

LAKE PLACID SERENADE (1944) per MCOH's list, I don't see that it has ever aired on TCM.
I remember TCM showing a couple of Sonja Henie movies over the years, but not very often. Perhaps TCM could consider a night of movies on Ice and show some of these treats again (or for the first time).

Yeah, I recorded six of the "original" James Bond movies that TCM airded back in 2009 (and only in 2009) during that Sean Connery star of the month:
Dr. No (1962), From Russia With Love (1963),  (both aired in 5/2009),
Goldfinger (1964) (aired 4/2009), and Thunderball (1965), You Only Live Twice (1967), and Diamonds Are Forever (1971) (all aired in 5/2009).
But I don't recall them ever airing any other James Bonder' (aside from Casino Royale (1967).

Yes, it would be nice if TCM could/would air them again (and more of them. including those with Roger Moore). But fortunetly all of the "Bonds" are currently available on DVD so we do have alternate access to them aside from TCM.

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On 1/12/2018 at 7:05 PM, limey said:

A few years back, TCM did an evening spot on Cinerama & showed This is Cinerama & Cinerama Adventure - both were interesting & worth a re-air, whilst another related feature I'd like to see is Cinerama's Russian Adventure, which I think hasn't appeared yet on TCM.

 

Whilst I wouldn't object to uninterrupted showings on TCM, I suspect these might be harder/more expensive to broadcast, given that they turn up on other channels, such as during BBC-America's periodic Bondathons.

 

I DVR'd This Is Cinerama (1952) on 10/18/2012. Per MCOH schedule it aired again 2/2013, and has Shown on TCM a total of only 3x.
That evening I think TCM also showed Cinerama version of How The West Was Won (1962).
Cinerama Adventure (2002) Last 2x shown 2013-09, 2012-10, per MCOH schedule Shown on TCM  only 3x.
No mention at all of Cinerama's Russian Adventure (1966) though I do see it available on Amazon in both DVD & Blu-ray.
Perhaps someone at TCM will glance at this thread and see that there is interest and program another evening Cinerama (to include CRA, and others) ????

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On 1/12/2018 at 7:20 PM, limey said:

In that case, I'd also like to see It's a Wonderful Life on TCM! ;)

Ha!, Yeah a lot of us have queried about It's a Wonderful Life (1946) on TCM (a natural fit), but the "rights" thing was explained as the reason why it isn't.
Again, and thankfully, IAWL is readily available on DVD so we do have other rather easy access of borrow (via the library), rental, or purchase.

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On 1/12/2018 at 7:59 PM, Gershwin fan said:

There's a good Robert E. Byrd/ Antarctica documentary coming on later that TCM rarely shows too. Definitely worth a viewing.

Yeah! The Byrd docu The Secret Land (1948) (The post WW2 expedition narrated by Robert Taylor, et al.) is a very good one, but I didn't specifically mention it because I think it was shown just last month or so, and has been shown before as well.
My favorite one is With Byrd At The South Pole (1930) per MCOH schedule shown only 2x by TCM in 10/2017 & 3/2012.
BTW I knew a gentleman who was actually a member of that 1928-1929 Antarctic polar expedition. He was in his mid 80's when I met met him, the oldest Iditorod sled dog race musher. He was a sled dog handler and musher for Byrd. His name was Norman Vaughn and he lived to be 100. Byrd named a mountain after him and when he was in his 90's Norman went back to the Antarctic and climbed his namesake, Mount Vaughn. When I knew him (in the mid 1980's) he was courting his final wife, a young attractive woman half his age. They married and she remained with him until the end. Great guy. Incredible story teller. Living history that i was priviledged to meet and know for awhile.

I always try to see if I can spot a very young Norman whenever I watch that documentary.

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On 1/13/2018 at 1:34 PM, jinsinna13 said:

Running on Empty and Stand By Me. (I own the latter on DVD.) Stand By Me has rarely been shown on TCM while Running on Empty only resurfaces during 31 Days of Oscar. I'm a huge fan of River Phoenix, and these two are among my favorites of his.

 

 

 

Running on Empty (1988) last 2x shown 2017-02, 2016-02, Shown 4x on TCM

Stand By Me (1986) last 2x shown 2017-10, 2013-05, Shown 10x on TCM

Great movies, both. Another River Phoenix film that I like and that TCM has never shown is
The Mosquito Coast (1986)
It's an oddball adventure Directed by Peter Weir and based on a novel by Paul Theroux
Features (along with Phoenix) Harrison Ford, Helen Mirren, and Martha Plimpton,
Ford plays a genius inventor who decides to take his family (Mirren & Phoenix) to the jungles of Central America where he is obsessed with building an ice factory with tragic results.
It's actually much better (more interesting) than it may sound (at least I found it so).

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On 1/14/2018 at 10:11 AM, limey said:

LawrenceA's review on 1936's Three Godfathers over in the I Just Watched thread, reminded me that it would also be nice if TCM could air the 1916 short of the same story. I'm fairly certain it was shown a few years ago & I've since been keeping an eye for it in the schedules.

There have been so many renditions of "Three Godfathers" (at least 6 that I know of) that TCM could make an entire night mini-marathon of them, and all based on the same 1913 novel by Peter B. Kyne.

3 Godfathers (1948) shown many x on TCM.
Three Godfathers (1936) shown a few x on TCM,
Hell's Heroes (1930) maybe ditto?,
Action (1921) shown on TCM?,
Marked Men (1919), ditto??
The Three Godfathers (1916), ditto???

TCM has aired the three "talkie" versions more than once, but I have not seen one of the three silents. If TCM could get a grab on them then a Sunday night marathon would probably fit nicely, don't you think?

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On 1/15/2018 at 10:52 AM, limey said:

In modern context, no. But, I'd like to. That unrealistic escapist element is something that future audiences may increasingly crave, as relief from their own complex, un-sugar-coated existences.

From a rabid collector perspective, it'd be nice if TCM deliberately scheduled the rare & obscure, so that these films  would lose that status - but, given it's also aiming to entertain a more casual audience (and keep it's ratings high enough to economically continue serving the media networks carrying it), the schedule is always going to be a compromise.

This thread is a great place to nominate your rarely/never seens against the data established by the likes of yourself & MCOH. Hopefully the great unseen scheduler deity will peer at this thread for periodic inspiration.

That was actually my hoped for intent.
There are plenty of films that I could (can/do) see over and over again. And many that TCM airs that I have. But there are so many films out there from all genres that are rarely or never aired, not only NOT by TCM but practically nowhere that I'm aware.
Many films that made it to VHS but not to DVD. And many that are not available to the public in any format.
Some that maybe only someone with the connections of TCM could gain access to.
Those films that we heard about and have never seen. Or that we once saw long ago, but are really difficult, if not impossible to find and see again today.
Those are the "special" films that I wish TCM would try to focus on for us, in addition to the others (out of necessity of course ) .  
I have my own list of hard-to-find/want-to-see's, as I am sure many of us do. I am also hoping that through this thread I/"we" will be able to be enlightened or reminded by others of films that "we" may add to our existing lists.
Ultimately I am wishing (hoping) that someone of import at TCM will check this thread (and MCOH's 20 plus year schedule out) and maybe use it as a point of reference when making some of their future selections for us... 
Here's to hoping!
But if nothing comes of that, I am at least benefiting from the in-put already received! :)
Please keep it coming. Thanks

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On 1/18/2018 at 8:55 AM, MovieCollectorOH said:

Yeah, that and the 800 or so that you mentioned which were said to be restored.  I have 9,368 items in my list, previously shown on TCM, which correlate to non-TV series, non-TV special, non-short (by Genre), and non-short (duration < 45 min) as per IMDB.  So comparatively speaking 800 items, even if that includes a substantial amount of shorts, is quite a bit.  It would be nice to displace some of those repeats.

i was going to ask you if you had a total. So is that it? Has TCM aired a total of 9,368 different feature films since 1994, according to your TCM 20 plus year schedule?
If so, I would have thought that there would have been greater variety than that.
I wonder do you have the ability with your database to arrange the entire list by order of from fewest to the most number of viewings (broadcasts) by feature?
That would be really helpful for those of us looking for films that TCM has aired, but only once or very rarely in the last 23 plus years.

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4 hours ago, Stephan55 said:

i was going to ask you if you had a total. So is that it? Has TCM aired a total of 9,368 different feature films since 1994, according to your TCM 20 plus year schedule?
If so, I would have thought that there would have been greater variety than that.

That's going to be pretty close to an actual number, as I described above.

 

4 hours ago, Stephan55 said:

I wonder do you have the ability with your database to arrange the entire list by order of from fewest to the most number of viewings (broadcasts) by feature?
That would be really helpful for those of us looking for films that TCM has aired, but only once or very rarely in the last 23 plus years.

That would require a bit more work.  I'm busy so I can't promise anything right now.

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16 hours ago, MovieCollectorOH said:

That's going to be pretty close to an actual number, as I described above.

That would require a bit more work.  I'm busy so I can't promise anything right now.

Thanks MCOH for that confirmation. I know of some avid movie collectors that have over 10,000 different titles in their personal collections, that is why I somehow imagined that with TCM the individual count would be so much higher after almost 24 years being on the air.

Regarding the other. Some databases, spreadsheets, etc. can be set-up so that the columns can be arranged in ascending or descending, chronological or numeric order, allowing a simple adjustment if one chose to view the list by title, date, or number, etc. If your massive list doesn't have that ability then I can imagine it would almost be like rebuilding the entire work again to make it function in those ways. That would be a herculean time consuming effort, and entirely unnecessary since this was something that you essentially just did for yourself and then chose to share with the rest of us here. I/"we" are very grateful for the massive work that you've already done so please do not press yourself to do more. It is enough. Thank you.

http://moviecollector.us/reports/TCM_SCHEDULES_SUMMARY_alpha.htm

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Shelley Winters, Liberace, Luther Adler in South Sea Sinner.  Haven't seen it in decades.

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On ‎1‎/‎20‎/‎2018 at 2:10 AM, Stephan55 said:

Great movies, both. Another River Phoenix film that I like and that TCM has never shown is

The Mosquito Coast (1986)
It's an oddball adventure Directed by Peter Weir and based on a novel by Paul Theroux
Features (along with Phoenix) Harrison Ford, Helen Mirren, and Martha Plimpton,
Ford plays a genius inventor who decides to take his family (Mirren & Phoenix) to the jungles of Central America where he is obsessed with building an ice factory with tragic results.
It's actually much better (more interesting) than it may sound (at least I found it so).

THE MOSQUITO COAST is an excellent film, and a very interesting change of pace role for Ford, who for once doesn't play a hero/protagonist you can root for. He's not really a bad guy in here per se, but definitely a character that, as the story goes one, one soon starts to have less and less sympathy for.

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My pick is of more recent vintage:  The Whole Wide World from 1996 with Vincent D'Onofrio as writer Robert E. Howard and Renee Zellweger as his friend.  Vincent gives an excellent performance as Howard, the imaginative writer who created pulp fantasy fiction but had limited exposure to the real world - much due to a needy mother.

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On ‎1‎/‎20‎/‎2018 at 2:10 AM, Stephan55 said:

The Mosquito Coast (1986)
It's an oddball adventure Directed by Peter Weir and based on a novel by Paul Theroux
Features (along with Phoenix) Harrison Ford, Helen Mirren, and Martha Plimpton,
Ford plays a genius inventor who decides to take his family (Mirren & Phoenix) to the jungles of Central America where he is obsessed with building an ice factory with tragic results.
It's actually much better (more interesting) than it may sound (at least I found it so).

This is a favorite book of mine; only saw the movie once. would love to see it again. Hope TCM could show it sometime soon. Theroux is from Massachusetts and went to UMass/Amherst so I am particularly aware of him. I think he still lives part-time on Cape Cod.

 

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The Last Valley(1971) a Micheal Caine movie involving a group of Protestant soldiers who stumble across a valley occupied by German Catholic villagers during the 30 years war. The valley is untouched by the ravages of war. Not sure it is either a classic or "forgotten", but it has been a long time since I have seen it.

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HEADS UP FOR TONIGHT! NEVER BEFORE AIRED by TCM!

Scheduled for Prime Time 1/26/2018
My Side of the Mountain (1969)
Canadian film adaptation of the 1959 novel by Jean Craighead George, Directed by James B. Clark and Distributed by Paramount Pictures.
It features Teddy Eccles, Theodore Bikel, Tudi Wiggins, Paul Hébert, Cosette Lee, and a few more in a small but impressive cast.
The movie is essentially about a very self determined young boy (Eccles) who seeks to emulate his hero, naturalist poet Henry David Thoreau, by leaving home for the challenge of living "alone" in the wilderness.
Devoid of most human contact, he does have a pet raccoon and catches and trains a falcon to hunt his supper. During his solo adventure he encounters a couple of sympathetic and helpful individuals, as well as experience some coming-of-age heart break.
This is a sweet little "family" film that I first saw on TV long ago.
Any one who has ever gone (or contemplated going) camping alone should be able to appreciate it!
Since this is a TCM "Premier" lord knows when or if TCM may air it again.
So set your DVR's for repeat viewing for yourself or family!

The film was released on DVD in 2004, so should still be available for rent or purchase, or better, check-out (or inter-library loan) from your local library.
 

Really enjoyed this months "survival" themed line-up of movies.
Brought to mind many more of this genre and others that TCM has either NEVER or RARELY aired before.

Thanks for ALL of your Great contributions to this thread!
Care to Name a few More of your NEVER/Rarely Seen on TCM Faves that you'd like to see, or see again!

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22 hours ago, Swithin said:

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Shelley Winters, Liberace, Luther Adler in South Sea Sinner.  Haven't seen it in decades.

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South Sea Sinner (1950) Distributed by Universal Pictures
Also Featuring MacDonald Carey, Frank Lovejoy, Helena Carter, Art Smith, and (playing it "straight") a young Liberace. According to MCOH TCM schedule has Never aired on TCM.

The title sounds familiar, but I can't recall ever seeing that version....

I know I've seen the "original" version, Seven Sinners (1940), with with John Wayne and Marlene Dietrich,
maybe even on TCM before as according to the MCOH schedule it has shown a total of 8x on TCM, though very long ago (last 2x aired 2002-02, 2002-01).
Great NEVER Seen on TCM title Swithin. If TCM could procure "rights" to both versions maybe they could air them back-to-back one evening, like they sometimes do with "makes & remakes."

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