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ITS!... The 12th Edition of The Programming Challenge


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*Patful's Challenge #12 Schedule*

 

*Sunday, November 8, 2009*

 

*Distaff Direction Dilemma*

 

6:00AM *Girl Missing* (1933) Glenda Farrell, Ben Lyon, D: R. Florey, Warner, 69min

7:15AM *A Lost Lady* (1934) Barbara Stanwyck, Frank Morgan, D: A.E. Green, Warner, 61min

cartoon *The Lost Chick* (1935) Eggbert, D: Harmon/Ising, MGM, 10min

8:30AM *Wandering Girls* (1927) Dorothy Revier, Eugenie Besserer, D: R. Ince, Columbia, 58min

9:30AM *Island of Lost Women* (1959) Jeff Richards, Venetia Stevenson, D: F. Tuttle, Warner, 71min

10:45AM *Missing Daughters* (1939) Richard Arlen, D: C. Coleman, Columbia, 63min

cartoon *The Little Lost Sheep* (1939) Little Bo Peep, D: Gould/Harrison, Columbia, 7min

 

*Famously Fun Fellows in Four Not-So-Fun Flicks*

 

12:00PM *The Five Pennies* (1959) Danny Kaye, D: M. Shavelson, Paramount (p/s), 117min

2:00PM *The Country Girl* (1954) Bing Crosby, Grace Kelly, D: G. Seaton, Paramount (p/s), 105min

3:45PM *The Diary of Anne Frank* (1959) Ed Wynn, Millie Perkins, D: G. Stevens, Fox (p/s), 156min

6:30PM *The Tender Years* (1948) Joe E. Brown, Richard Lyon, D: H. Schuster, Fox, Premiere, 81min

 

*Leapin' Leprechauns - Family Night*

 

8:00PM *Finian's Rainbow* (1968) Fred Astaire, Petula Clark, D: F.F. Coppola, Warner (p/s), 141min

10:30PM *Shamrock Hill* (1949) Peggy Ryan, D: A. Dreifuss, Eagle Lion, 77min, Premiere

cartoon *Droopy Leprechaun* (1958) Bill Thompson, D: M. Lah, MGM, 6min

 

*Silent Sunday Nights*

 

12:00AM *7th Heaven* (1927) Janet Gaynor, Charles Farrell, D: F. Borzage, Fox, 120min

 

*TCM Imports - Yes We Can Can - Jean Renoir's French Cancan*

 

2:00AM *French Cancan* (1954) Jean Gabin, Francoise Arnoul, D: J. Renoir, Franco London, 106min

cartoon *Canadian Can-Can* (1967) Pat Harrington, D: G. Chiniquy, UA, 7min

 

4:00AM *Moulin Rouge* (1952) Jose Ferrer, Zsa Zsa Gabor, D: J. Huston, UA, 118min

 

*Monday, November 9*

 

*The Great Northeast Blackout - 11-9-1965*

 

6:00AM *Where Were You When the Lights Went Out?* (1968) D. Day, D: Averback, MGM, 94min

cartoon *Wacky Blackout* (1942) Mel Blanc, D: R. Clampett, Warner, 8min

 

*We Don't Need No Stinkin' Border Fences!*

 

7:45AM *Rio Grande* (1950) John Wayne, Maureen O'Hara, D: J. Ford, Republic (p/s), 105min

9:30AM *Holiday in Mexico* (1946) Jane Powell, Walter Pidgeon, D: G. Sidney, MGM, 127min

11:45AM *Texas Carnival* (1951) Esther Williams, Red Skelton, D: C. Walters, MGM, 76min

short *Exotic Mexico* (1942) James FitzPatrick, D: J. FitzPatrick, MGM, 9min

1:15PM *The Texican* (1966) Audie Murphy, D: L. Selander, Columbia, 86min

 

*William Powell, Butler Extraordinaire*

 

2:45PM *My Man Godfrey* (1936) Powell, Carole Lombard, D: G. La Cava, Universal (p/s), 94min

short *Jitters the Butler* (1932) Bobby Clark, Paul McCullough, D: M. Sandrich, RKO, 19min

4:45PM *The Last of Mrs. Cheyney* (1937) Joan Crawford, Powell, D: R. Boleslawski, MGM, 98min

6:30PM *The Baroness and the Butler* (1938) Powell, Annabella, D: W. Lang, Fox, 80min, Premiere

short *Home Maid* (1944) Polly Patterson, Pete Smith, D: W. Jason, MGM 10min

 

*Herbert T. Kalmus, Technicolor Founder, Born Today in 1881*

 

8:00PM *The Wizard of Oz* (1939) Judy Garland, Frank Morgan, D: Fleming/Vidor, MGM, 101min

9:45PM *The Adventures of Robin Hood* (1938) Errol Flynn, D: Keighley/Curtiz, Warner, 104min

11:30PM *The Four Feathers* (1939) John Clements, Ralph Richardson, D: Z. Korda, UA (p/s), 130min

short *The Old South* (1940) George Lynn, D: F. Zinnemann, MGM, 11min

2:00AM *Gone With the Wind* (1939) Clark Gable, Vivien Leigh, D: Fleming/Cukor, MGM, 234min

 

*Tuesday, November 10*

 

*W. Somerset Maugham According to Eleanor Parker*

 

6:00AM *The Seventh Sin* (1957) Eleanor Parker, Bill Travers, D: R. Neame, MGM, 94min

short *Men of the Sky* (1942) Tod Andrews, Eleanor Parker, D: B.R. Eason, Warner, 20min

8:00AM *Of Human Bondage* (1946) Paul Henreid, Eleanor Parker, D: E. Goulding, Warner, 105min

 

 

*RKO Royal Flush*

 

9:45AM *Ace of Aces* (1933) Richard Dix, Elizabeth Allen, D: J.W. Ruben, RKO, 74min

11:00AM *Fit for a King* (1937) Joe E. Brown, Helen Mack, D: E. Sedgwick, RKO, 73min

12:15PM *Cattle Queen of Montana* (1954) Barbara Stanwyck, R. Reagan, D: A. Dwan, RKO, 88min

1:45PM *Midshipman Jack* (1933) Bruce Cabot, Betty Furness, D: C. Cabanne, RKO, 70min

3:00PM *Tender Comrade* (1943) Ginger Rogers, Robert Ryan, D: E. Dmytryk, RKO, 101min

 

*Hoo Hoo Hoo? Hugh Herbert, Woo Woo!*

 

4:45PM *Sh! The Octopus* (1937) Herbert, Allen Jenkins, D: W. McGann, Warner, 54min

short *Sham Poo, the Magician* (1932) Herbert, Dorothy Granger, D: H. Sweet, RKO, 17min

6:00PM *Love Begins at Twenty* (1936) Herbert, Warren Hull, D: F. McDonald, Warner, 58min

7:00PM *That Man's Here Again* (1937) Herbert, Mary Maguire, D: L. King, Warner, 58min

 

*Star of the Month Marjorie Main*

 

8:00PM *Johnny Come Lately* (1943) James Cagney, Main, D: W.K. Howard, UA, 97min, Premiere

9:45PM *The Egg and I* (1947) Claudette Colbert, Main, D: C. Erskine, Universal, 108min, Premiere

short *A Letter from a Soldier* (1951) Main, Keefe Braselle, D: D. Weis, MGM, 9min

11:45PM *Tish* (1942) Main, ZaSu Pitts, D: S. Simon, MGM, 86min

1:15AM *Gentle Annie* (1944) James Craig, Main, D: A. Marton, MGM, 81min

2:45AM *The Belle of New York* (1952) Fred Astaire, Main, D: C. Waters, MGM, 82min

4:15AM *The Bugle Sounds* (1942) Wallace Beery, Main, D: S. Simon, MGM, 101min

 

*Wednesday, November 11*

 

*Richard III Redux - Vincent Price*

 

6:00AM *Tower of London* (1939) Basil Rathbone, Boris Karloff, D: R.V. Lee, Universal (p/s), 92min

short *Looking at London* (1946) James FitzPatrick, D: ?, MGM, 11min

7:45AM *Tower of London* (1962) Vincent Price, Michael Pate, D: R. Corman, UA, 79min

short *Touring Northern England* (1950) James FitzPatrick, D: ?, MGM, 10min

 

*First Pets*

 

9:15AM *Millie* (1931) Helen Twelvetrees, Lilyan Tashman, D: J.F. Dillon, RKO, 85min

10:45AM *My Dog, Buddy* (1960) Travis Lemmond, Ken Curtis, D: R. Kellogg, Columbia, 76min

cartoon *Barney's Hungry Cousin* (1953) Tex Avery, D: D. Lundy, MGM, 7min

12:15PM *Meet Miss Bobby Socks* (1944) Bob Crosby, Lynn Merrick, D: G. Tryon, Columbia, 70min

 

*Ten, Scratch That, Five Lords A-Leaping*

 

1:30PM *Little Lord Fauntleroy* (1936) Freddie Bartholomew, D: J. Cromwell, UA (p/s), 102min

3:15PM *Lord Byron of Broadway* (1930) Charles Kaley, D: Nigh/Beaumont, MGM, 78min

short *Lord Epping Returns* (1951) Leon Errol, Dorothy Granger, D: L. Goodwins, RKO, 19min

5:00PM *Lord Jeff* (1938) Freddie Bartholomew, Mickey Rooney, D: S. Wood, MGM, 85min

6:30PM *His Lordship* (1932) Jerry Verno, Janet Megrew, D: M. Powell, UA, 79min, Premiere

short *America Sings with Kate Smith* (1942) Kate Smith, D: ?, Columbia, 10min

 

*Veterans/Armistice Day - 11-11-1918*

 

8:00PM *The Big Parade* (1925) John Gilbert, Renee Adoree, D: K. Vidor, MGM, 126min

10:15PM *All Quiet on the Western Front* (1930) Lew Ayres, D: L. Milestone, Universal (p/s), 131min

short *Proudly We Serve* (1944) Warren Douglas, D: C. Wilbur, Warner, 18min

 

*Eddie Cantor at Goldwyn*

 

12:45AM *Strike Me Pink* (1936) Cantor, Ethel Merman, D: N. Taurog, Goldwyn, 100min

2:30AM *Roman Scandals* (1933) Cantor, Gloria Stuart, D: F. Tuttle, Goldwyn, 92min

short *Motoring in Mexico* (1943) James FitzPatrick, D: ?, MGM, 10min

4:15AM *The Kid from Spain* (1932) Cantor, Lyda Roberti, D: L. McCarey, Goldwyn, 96min

 

*Thursday, November 12*

 

*Jules Leotard Debuts on the World's First Trapeze Today in 1859*

 

6:00AM *Trapeze* (1956) Burt Lancaster, Tony Curtis, D: C. Reed, UA, 106min

short *Swing High* (1932) The Flying Codonas, Pete Smith, D: J. Cummings, MGM, 11min

8:00AM *The Man on the Flying Trapeze* (1935) W.C. Fields, D: Bruckman, Paramount (p/s), 65min

cartoon *Circus Today* (1940) Mel Blanc, D: T. Avery, Warner, 9min

9:15AM *Polly of the Circus* (1932) Marion Davies, Clark Gable, D: A. Santell, MGM, 72min

 

*Jack Oakie's Birthday - Born Today in 1903*

 

10:30AM *Sailor Be Good!* (1933) Oakie, Vivienne Osborne, D: J. Cruze, RKO, 68min

11:45PM *The Eagle and the Hawk* (1933) Fred March, Oakie, D: S. Walker, Paramount (p/s), 74min

1:00PM *Colleen* (1936) Dick Powell, Oakie, D: A.E. Green, Warner, 89min

2:30PM *That Girl from Paris* (1937) Lily Pons, Oakie, D: L. Jason, RKO, 105min

4:15PM *Navy Blues* (1941) Ann Sheridan, Oakie, D: L. Bacon, Warner, 109min

6:15PM *Hit the Deck* (1930) Oakie, Polly Walker, D: L. Reed, RKO, 103min

 

*Special Guest Harper Lee*

 

8:00PM *Interview with Harper Lee* (2009) lzcutter, 60min

9:00PM *To Kill a Mockingbird* (1962) Gregory Peck, D: R. Mulligan, Universal (p/s), 129min

11:15PM *Interview with Harper Lee* (2009) lzcutter, 60min

12:15AM *The Innocents* (1961) Deborah Kerr, Peter Wyngarde, D: J. Clayton, Fox, 99min, Premiere

2:00AM *In Cold Blood* (1967) Robert Blake, Scott Wilson, D: R. Brooks, Columbia, 134min

4:15AM *Beat the Devil* (1954) Humphrey Bogart, Peter Lorre, D: J. Huston, UA, 100min

 

*Friday, November 13*

 

*Now Thatza Spicy Meatball!*

 

6:00AM *Rose Marie* (1954) Ann Blyth, Howard Keel, D: M. LeRoy, MGM, 104min

7:45AM *Till the End of Time* (1946) Dorothy McGuire, Robert Mitchum, D: E. Dmytryk, RKO, 105min

9:30AM *Sagebrush Law* (1943) Tim Holt, Cliff Edwards, D: S. Nelson, RKO, 55min

10:30AM *Who's Minding the Mint?* (1967) Jim Hutton, D: H. Morris, Columbia, 97min

cartoon *Sultan Pepper* (1934) Little King, D: V. Stallings, RKO, 7min

 

*Short Block - Taxi Boys Shorts*

 

12:15PM *Strange Innertube* (1932) Ben Blue, Billy Gilbert, D: D. Lord, MGM, 20min

12:35PM *Wreckety Wrecks* (1933) Ben Blue, Billy Gilbert, D: D. Lord, MGM, 20min

12:55PM *Bring 'Em Back a Wife* (1933) Ben Blue, Billy Gilbert, D: D. Lord, MGM, 20min

 

*...But Ya Doesn't Hafta Call Me Johnson*

 

1:15PM *Call Me Bwana* (1963) Bob Hope, Anita Ekberg, D: G. Douglas, UA, 103min

3:00PM *Call Me Mame* (1933) Ethel Irving, John Batten, D: J. Daumery, Warner, 59min

4:00PM *They Call Me MISTER Tibbs* (1970) Sidney Poitier, D: G. Douglas, UA, 108min

cartoon *Let Me Call You Sweetheart* (1932) Ethel Merman, Betty Boop, D: D. Fleisher, Warner, 9min

6:00PM *Call Me Madam* (1953) Ethel Merman, Donald O'Connor, D: W. Lang, Fox, 118min, Premiere

 

*"Any Similarity to Actual Persons, Living or Dead, Is Purely Coincidental"*

 

8:00PM *Citizen Kane* (1941) Orson Welles, Joseph Cotten, D: O. Welles, RKO, 119min

10:00PM *All the King's Men* (1950) Broderick Crawford, D: R. Rossen, Columbia, 110min

cartoon *The Ducktators* (1942) Mel Blanc, D: N. McCabe, Warner, 7min

12:00PM *The Great Dictator* (1941) Charles Chaplin, D: C. Chaplin, UA (p/s), 120min

 

*TCM Underground - Regrettable Repercussions of Radiation*

 

2:00AM *The Amazing Colossal Man* (1957) Glen Langan, Cathy Downes, D: B.I. Gordon, AIP, 81min

3:30AM *War of the Colossal Beast* (1958) Sally Fraser, Roger Pace, D: D: B.I. Gordon, AIP, 68min

4:45AM *Creature with the Atom Brain* (1955) Richard Denning, D: E.L. Cahn, Columbia, 69min

 

*Saturday, November 14*

 

*The Durango Kid's Side Job? Mountie! - Charles Starrett*

 

6:00AM *The Royal Mounted Patrol* (1941) Starrett, Russell Hayden, D: L. Hillyer, Columbia, 59min

7:00AM *North of the Yukon* (1939) Starrett, Linda Winters, D: S. Nelson, Columbia, 62min

short *Ontario: Land of Lakes* (1949) James FitzPatrick, D: B. Sharpe, MGM 10min

8:15AM *Secret Patrol* (1936) Starrett, Henry Mollison, D: D. Selman, Columbia, 60min

9:15AM *Outpost of the Mounties* (1939) Starrett, Iris Meredith, D: C. Coleman, Jr., Columbia, 63min

short *Quaint Quebec* (1936) James FitzPatrick, D: B. Sharpe, MGM 9min

10:30AM *Law of the Northwest* (1943) Starrett, Shirley Patterson, D: W. Berke, Columbia, 57min

 

*Garland, Gumms, Gaity, and Guns*

 

11:30AM *Little Nellie Kelly* (1940) Judy Garland, George Murphy, D: N. Taurog, MGM, 98min

1:15PM *Go for Broke!* (1951) Van Johnson, Lane Nakano, D: R. Pirosh, MGM, 90min

2:45PM *Presenting Lily Mars* (1943) Judy Garland, Van Heflin, D: N. Taurog, MGM, 104min

4:30PM *Run Silent Run Deep* (1958) Clark Gable, Burt Lancaster, D: R. Wise, UA (p/s), 94min

short *The Wedding of Jack and Jill* (1930) Gumm Sisters, D: R. Mack, Warner, 8min

6:15PM *Everybody Sing* (1938) Judy Garland, Alan Jones, D: E.L. Marin, MGM, 91min

short *Bubbles* (1930) Gumm Sisters, D: R. Mack, Warner, 8min

 

*The Essentials - Battleground (1949)*

 

8:00PM *Battleground* (1949) Van Johnson, John Hodiak, D: W. Wellman, MGM, 119min

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10:15PM *A Star is Born* (1937) Janet Gaynor, Fredric March, D: W. Wellman, UA (p/s), 111min

 

*I Am Yellow (Curious Assortment) - Psychedelic Cartoon, Western, Spy, Epidemic*

 

12:15AM *Yellow Submarine* (1968) John Clive, Geoffrey Hughes, D: G. Dunning, UA, 85min

1:45AM *Yellow Dust* (1936) Richard Dix, Leila Hyams, D: W. Fox, RKO, 69min

3:00AM *Yellow Canary* (1943) Anna Neagle, Richard Greene, D: H. Wilcox, RKO, 84min

4:30AM *Yellow Jack* (1938) Robert Montgomery, Virginia Bruce, D: G.B. Seitz, MGM, 83min

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*Patful's Challenge #12 Notes*

 

For this *Challenge* , I chose the week beginning on November 8, 2009, trying to work around Technicolor founder *Herb Kalmus'* birthday (11-9-1881). In his honor I'm showing four pretty decent Technicolor flicks.

 

My *Star of the Month* is the fabulous *Marjorie Main* , her first appearance in either *SOTM* or *SUTS* . For those persistent requesters of the *Ma and Pa Kettle* series, I included their first appearance, *The Egg and I* .

 

My special guest is the elusive *Harper Lee* , author of *To Kill a Mockingbird* , which celebrates the 50th anniversary of its release next year. She hasn't discussed the book since 1964, and her only interview since has been with the *New York Times* in 2006. So, I know it would never happen, but we can dream. Since I'm only good for one-liners and smileys, I chose fellow *TKAM* fan *lzcutter* to sit in my place to conduct the interview. An attempt to gain one vote? Nah, I'm horrible when it comes to public speaking. I followed up the repeat airing with three book and screenwriting credits from her lifelong friend *Truman Capote* .

 

My *Essentials* choice this time is William Wellman's very moving *Battleground* (1949). War films are a rarity among *The Essentials* , but I think this one is deserving of the honor, though I can't imagine Alec Baldwin talking about it, or Chip watching it, for that matter. It's followed by a past Wellman *Essential* , *A Star Is Born* (1937).

 

My *Premieres* are *The Tender Years* (1948), *Shamrock Hill* (1949), *The Baroness and the Butler* (1938), *Johnny Come Lately* (1943), *The Egg and I* (1947), *His Lordship* (1932), *The Innocents* (1961), and *Call Me Madam* (1953).

 

Most of my themes are pretty self-explanatory from their captions. In *Richard III Redux* , Vincent Price returns from his role as the Duke of Clarence in the 1939 version of *Tower of London* to play Richard III in the 1962 version. *Jack Oakie* (11-12-1903) gets my other birthday tribute. With all the fuss over the presidential pet, I thought I would honor some of our most recent *First Pets* . For *Veterans/Armistice Day* , I chose a couple of superb WWI films, *The Big Parade* (1925) and *All Quiet on the Western Front* (1930). I don't want to hear any corrections for *Now Thatza Spicy Meatball!* . Basil *is* a mint! *"Any Similarity to Actual Persons, Living or Dead, Is Purely Coincidental."* : I've always thought this disclaimer was ridiculous, and don't know how it holds up in court. My favorite theme, *Garland, Gumms, Gaity, and Guns* , is a tribute to our ever-persistent one-poster's least favorite film styles: Judy Garland, musicals, and war films.

 

My deepest apologies to *Margaret O'Brien* for not including any of her films. I thought I would give everyone a break (just this *once* !). I can hear the collective sigh of relief.

 

Sorry if I've repeated anyone's past themes. There are too many schedules to go back and review anymore, so any similarities are completely unintentional.

 

And finally, thanks, *movieman1957* , for this opportunity. You've been a fine host. Bet you can't wait to get back to schedule creation!

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And a mighty roar came from the four winds with shouts of "Hallelujah" and people rejoiced because a man so beloved and under much stress had completed his appointed task. Sleepless nights and thoughts of his journey placed him in the position to query whether it could all be done.

 

And so it was.

 

This is another great schedule. Harper Lee is an inspired choice. As I said in the set up this is about dreaming. You have done yourself proud. A fine job.

 

I'm so glad you put on up. Thanks for taking the time.

 

Schedule No. 3 in the challenge.

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A big oops!

 

I had a flashback this morning as I read an article about WWII: I never changed my lineup after scheduling *The Great Dictator* twice in two days, with two different running times! I had meant to do it, but forgot in my haste to finish. I went ahead and replaced *The Affairs of Annabel* and *Dictator* in my Oakie tribute with *That Girl from Paris* and *Hit the Deck* . I assume the running time of 120 minutes is correct for my Friday night airing of *Dictator* , as that's the time given for next April's airing. Sorry about that! I'll accept point deductions, but I'm too much of a perfectionist to let that one go uncorrected. :-)

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I'm also getting there as well. I have about a day and a half left to decide what movies to use. I should have mine done by the end of the week.

 

~Donna :)

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*"You're the detective. Don't ask me for answers."*

*~ Jarvis Goodland (Ray Milland) ~ Columbo: The Greenhouse Jungle*

 

*"I never discuss business before dinner."*

*~Jean Lafitte (Fredric March) ~ The Buccaneer (1938)*

 

*"Having some trouble Mr. DA?"*

*~Joe Lilac (Dana Andrews) ~ Ball of Fire (1942)*

 

*"If you're not gonna electrocute me on the spot, I think I'll run along."*

*~Joel Sloane (Robert Montgomery) ~ Fast and Loose (1939)*

 

*"When I start a fight, I like to finish it."*

*~Britt Reid/The Green Hornet (Van Williams) ~ The Green Hornet: Freeway to Death*

 

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How many threads are set on your page?

 

It should get more interesting soon as you see several schedules should be up over the weekend.

 

You bored? I don't believe it. I thought things were always exciting at your house. You're there after all.

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*(And is Kyle in the kitchen as well?)*

 

He'd better be because otherwise I'm left to wonder who keeps filling up my wine glass every time I turn away to go back to the big white board with my schedule.

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If it's not Kyle maybe it's Dudley. Hmmmm.

 

Our contest ends a week from today! There is still time for those who may not have started yet but admittedly it will take some work.

 

Next Thrusday morning I'll set up a thread with instructions for voting.

 

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The baby has been down with a nasty cold, but she is on the mend. Not counting myself out yet!

 

And to patful - you are an inspiration, I thought your themes were simply bewitching! You put so much into your schedule, and it just shines! Love the Harper Lee/Truman Capote, night, but wish you would have shared the interviewer chair with Lynn - One liners are great! Again - a superb & diverse week of films!, (Since I am more than half done myself, I now understand - this is a BIG job - but fun!) Even if I am not able to finish I can just hang onto the folder and haul it back out for next year - then I won't have that much more to do!

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Thank you, Pia, I'm blushing! Hope the baby's well. I think most of us here would allow an extra day or two for you to finish given your circumstances. YOU CAN DO it! :-) If you really can't finish, the next Challenge would be in April or May, not a year.

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*"My Essentials choice this time is William Wellman's very moving "Battleground" (1949). War films are a rarity among The Essentials , but I think this one is deserving of the honor, though I can't imagine Alec Baldwin talking about it, or Chip watching it, for that matter."* - patful

 

Will wonders never cease? We'll have to imagine no more!

 

From "The Essentials" line-up for 2009, co-hosted by Alec Baldwin

http://i.cdn.turner.com/v5cache/TCM/2009/essentials/documents/essentials_schedule_2009.pdf

 

*MAY 2009*

_May 2^nd^_

I Am A Fugitive From A Chain Gang ('32)

_May 9^th^_

Mutiny On The Bounty ('35)

_May 16^th^_

The Devil And Daniel Webster ('41)

_May 23^rd^_

*Battleground* ('49)

_May 30^th^_

Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde ('41)

 

With Alec talking about it, 'Chip' better choose to watch it now too.

 

Kyle In Hollywood

(also looking forward to hearing Baldwin talk about The Letter and comparing it with CineMaven's assessment in April.)

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*May 23rd*

*Battleground ('49)*

 

OUCH! I'd like to pretend that TCM thought my choice was brilliant and quickly put it in the schedule, but I guess I screwed up by not checking the future Essentials. Then again, that pdf was created yesterday, so maybe they just released the schedule? Oh well...

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