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Norma, an inspired schedule and one that shows a lot of work. Well done, except....


By the rules of the Challenge, you need to schedule Sunday 6 AM Eastern to the following Sunday, 5:59 AM or so.


You have all day today to shift your wonderfully thought out schedule to the Sunday-to-Sunday standard. You have some terrific creative ideas!

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Well...here goes:




SUNDAY - NOV. 15, 2009




6:00 AM THE FRONT PAGE (1931) Adolphe Menjou, Pat O?Brien. Dir: Lewis Milestone. UNITED ARTISTS. B & W 101 Mins.


7:45 AM A FAREWELL TO ARMS (1932) Gary Cooper, Helen Hayes, Adolphe Menjou. Dir: Frank Borzage. PARAMOUNT. B & W 80 mins.


9:00 AM THE CIRCUS QUEEN MURDER (1933) Adolphe Menjou, Ruthelma Stevens, Greta Nissen, Dwight Frye. Donald Cook. Dir: Roy William Neill. COLUMBIA PICTURES. B & W 63 mins.


10:15 AM STAGE DOOR(1937) Katharine Hepburn, Ginger Rogers, Adolphe Menjou, Andrea Leeds, Gail Patrick, Eve Arden, Lucille Ball, Ann Miller. Dir: Gregory La Cava. RKO RADIO PICTURES. B & W 92 mins.


12:00 PM YOU WERE NEVER LOVELIER (1942) Fred Astaire, Rita Hayworth, Adolphe Menjou, Isobel Elsom. Dir: William A. Seiter. COLUMBIA PICTURES.

B & W 97 mins.


1:45 PM THE HUCKSTERS(1947) Clark Gable, Deborah Kerr, Adolphe Menjou, Ava Gardner, Keenan Wynn. Dir: Jack Conway. M-G-M. B & W 115 mins.


3:45 PM STATE OF THE UNION (1948) Spencer Tracy, Katharine Hepburn, Van Johnson, Angela Lansbury, Adolphe Menjou. Dir: Frank Capra. M-G-M. B & W 124 mins.


5:45 PM PATHS OF GLORY (1957) Kirk Douglas, Adolphe Menjou, George Macready, Ralph Meeker. Dir: Stanley Kubrick. UNITED ARTISTS. B & W 87 mins.






7:15 PM ROMAN HOLIDAY (1953) Gregory Peck, Audrey Hepburn. Dir: William Wyler. PARAMOUNT. B & W 118 mins.


9:30 PM SUMMERTIME (1955) Katharine Hepburn, Rossano Brazzi Dir. David Lean. UNITED ARTISTS. COLOR. 100 mins.


11:15 PM IT STARTED IN NAPLES (1960) Clark Gable, Sophia Loren. Dir: Melville Shavelson. PARAMOUNT. COLOR. 100 mins. (Mama Mia!) ;-)


1:00 AM THE BICYCLE THIEF (1948) Lamberto Maggiorani, Enzo Staiola. Dir: Vittorio DeSica. 93 mins.




2:45 AM THE SHEIK (1921) Rudolph Valentino, Agnes Ayres. Dir: George Melford. B & W 80 mins.




4:15 AM QUAI DES ORFEVRES (1947) Suzy Delair, Bernard Blier, Louis Jouvet, Simone Renant. Coronis.[/b] Dir: Henri-Georges Clouzot. B & W - 106 mins.



A must-see


MONDAY - NOV. 16, 2009




6:00 AM CRY HAVOC (1943) Margaret Sullavan, Ann Sothern, Gloria Blondell, Fay Bainter, Marsha Hunt, Frances Gifford, Ella Raines. Dir: Richard Thorpe. M-G-M. B & W 97 mins.


7:45 AM ENTER ARSENE LUPIN (1944) Charles Korvin, Ella Raines, J. Carrol Naish, Gale Sondergaard. Dir: Ford Beebe. B & W 72 mins


9:00 AM HAIL THE CONQUERING HERO (1944) Eddie Bracken, Ella Raines, William Demarest. Dir: Preston Sturges. PARAMOUNT. 101 mins.


10:45 AM THE STRANGE AFFAIR OF UNCLE HARRY (1945) George Sanders, Geraldine Fitzgerald, Ella Raines. Dir: Robert Siodmak. UNIVERSAL PICTURES. B & W 80 mins.


12:00 PM IMPACT (1949) Brian Donlevy, Ella Raines, Helen Walker, Charles Coburn, Anna May Wong. Dir: Arthur Lubin. UNITED ARTISTS. B & W 111 mins.


2:00 PM TALL IN THE SADDLE (1944) John Wayne, Ella Raines, Ward Bond, Gabby Hayes. Dir: Edwin L. Marin. RKO RADIO PICTURES. B & W 87 mins.


3:30 PM THE WEB (1947) Edmond O?Brien, Ella Raines, William Bendix, Vincent Price. Dir: Michael Gordon. UNIVERSAL PICTURES. B & W 87 mins.


5:00 PM PHANTOM LADY (1944) Franchot Tone, Ella Raines, Alan Curtis, Thomas Gomez, Elisha Cook Jr. Dir: Robert Siodmak. UNIVERSAL. B & W 87 mins.


6:30 PM PITFALL (1948) Dick Powell, Lizabeth Scott, Jane Wyatt, Raymond Burr. Dir: Andre DeToth. UNITED ARTISTS. B & W 86 mins.




8:00 PM (MARYLAND): MARYLAND (1940), Walter Brennan, Fay Bainter. Brenda Joyce, John Payne. Dir: Henry King 20th CENTURY FOX. COLOR 92 mins.


9:45 PM (PENNSYLVANIA): PITTSBURGH (1942) John Wayne, Marlene Dietrich, Randolph Scott. Dir: Lewis Seiler. UNIVERSAL. B & W 91 mins.


11:30 PM (CONNECTICUT): CHRISTMAS IN CONNECTICUT (1945), Barbara Stanwyck, Dennis Morgan. Dir: Peter Godfrey. WARNER BROS. B & W 102 mins.


1:15 AM (PENNSYLVANIA): THE PHILADELPHIA STORY (1940), Katharine Hepburn, Cary Grant, James Stewart. Dir: George Cukor. M-G-M. B & W 112 mins.


3:15 AM (VIRGINIA): THE HOWARDS OF VIRGINIA (1940), Cary Grant, Martha Scott. Dir: Frank Lloyd. COLUMBIA. B & W 116 mins.


5:15 AM PRIVATE SCREENINGS - JANE POWELL Jane Powell takes us through her life in the movies.


TUESDAY - NOV. 17, 2009




6:00 AM SUSPICION (1941) Cary Grant, Joan Fontaine. Dir: Alfred Hitchcock. RKO Radio Pictures. B & W 99 mins.


7:45 AM IN NAME ONLY (1939) Cary Grant, Carole Lombard, Kay Francis. Dir: John Cromwell. RKO Radio Pictures. B & W 94 mins.


9:30 AM HOLIDAY (1938) Cary Grant, Katharine Hepburn. Dir: George Cukor. COLUMBIA PICTURES. B & W 95 mins.


11:00 AM MR. BLANDINGS BUILDS HIS DREAM HOUSE (1948) Cary Grant, Myrna Loy. Dir: H.C. Potter. B & W 94 mins.


12:45 PM THE AWFUL TRUTH (1937) Cary Grant, Irene Dunne. Dir: Leo McCarey. COLUMBIA PICTURES. B & W 91 mins.


2:15 PM HIS GIRL FRIDAY (1940) Cary Grant, Rosalind Russell. Dir: Howard Hawks. COLUMBIA PICTURES. B & W 92 mins.


4:00 PM BRINGING UP BABY (1938) Cary Grant, Katharine Hepburn. Dir: Howard Hawks. RKO RADIO PICTURES. B & W 102 mins.


5:45 PM ORIGINAL PRODUCTION: Michael Caine talks about CARY GRANT.




6:00 PM LITTLE WOMEN (1933) Katharine Hepburn, Frances Dee, Jean Parker, Joan Bennett. Dir: George Cukor. RKO RADIO PICTURES. B & W 115 mins.


8:00 PM AN AMERICAN TRAGEDY (1931) Phillip Holmes, Frances Dee, Sylvia Sidney. Dir: Joseph Von Sternberg. PARAMOUNT. B & W 96 mins


9:45 PM BLOOD MONEY (1931) George Bancroft, Judith Anderson, Frances Dee. Dir: Rowland Brown. 20th CENTURY FOX. B & W 65 mins.


11:00 PM SO ENDS OUR NIGHT (1941) Fredric March, Margaret Sullavan, Frances Dee, Glenn Ford. Dir: John Cromwell. UNITED ARTISTS. B & W 117 mins.


1:00 AM MEET THE STEWARTS (1942) William Holden, Frances Dee, Anne Revere. Dir: Alfred Green. COLUMBIA. B & W 73 mins.


2:15 AM I WALKED WITH A ZOMBIE (1943) Frances Dee, James Ellison, Tom Conway, Theresa Harris. Dir: Jacques Tourneur. RKO RADIO PICTURES. B & W 69 mins.


3:30 AM HAPPY LAND (1943) Don Ameche, Frances Dee, Richard Crane, Harry Carey. Dir: Irving Pichel. 20th CENTURY FOX. B & W 73 mins.


4:45 AM BECAUSE OF YOU (1952) Loretta Young, Jeff Chandler, Frances Dee, Alex Nicol. Dir: Joseph Pevney. UNIVERSAL PICTURES. B & W 95 mins.


WEDNESDAY - NOV. 18, 2009





6:15 AM AN AMERICAN TRAGEDY (1931) Phillips Holmes, Sylvia Sidney, Fraces Dee. Dir: Joseph Von Sternberg. PARAMOUNT. B & W 96 mins.


SUSAN PETERS (1921 - 1952)

8:00 AM RANDOM HARVEST (1942) Ronald Colman, Greer Garson, Susan Peters. Dir: Mervyn LeRoy. M-G-M. B & W 125 mins.



10:00 AM THE LETTER (1940) Bette Davis, Herbert Marshall, James Stephenson. Dir: William Wyler. WARNER BROS. B & W 95 mins.


JAMES DEAN (1931-1955)

11:45 AM REBEL WITHOUT A CAUSE (1955) James Dean, Natalie Wood, Sal Mineo. Dir: Nicholas Ray. WARNER BROS. COLOR. 111 mins.


JEAN HARLOW (1911-1937)

1:45 PM LIBELED LADY (1936) Jean Harlow, William Powell, Myrna Loy, Spencer Tracy. Dir: Jack Conway. M-G-M.

B & W 98 mins.


CAROLE LOMBARD (1908-1942)

3:30 PM TWENTIETH CENTURY (1934) John Barrymore, Carole Lombard. Dir: Howard Hawks. COLUMBIA.

B & W 91 mins.


BRANDON DeWILDE (1942-1972)

5:00 PM HUD (1963) Paul Newman, Patricia Neal, Melvyn Douglas, Brandon de Wilde. Dir: Martin Ritt. B & W 112 mins.



Patricia Neal discusses her career with TCM host Robert Osborne.




8:00 PM THE HOUSE ON 56TH STREET (1933) Kay Francis, Ricardo Cortez, Margaret Lindsay. Dir: Robert Florey. WARNER BROS. B & W 68 mins http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0024144/plotsummary


9:15 PM BORDERTOWN(1935) Paul Muni, Bette Davis, Margaret Lindsay. Dir: Archie Mayo WARNER BROS. B & W 90mins.



11:00 PM THE HOUSE OF THE SEVEN GABLES (1940) George Sanders, Vincent Price, Margaret Lindsay. Dir: Joe May. UNIVERSAL. B & W 89 mins.



12:45 AM CRIME DOCTOR (1943) Warner Baxter, Margaret Lindsay, John Litel. Columbia. Dir: Michael Gordon. COLUMBIA. B & W 66mins.



2:00 AM ELLERY QUEEN, MASTER DETECTIVE (1940) Ralph Bellamy, Margaret Lindsay, Charley Grapewin. Marsha Hunt. Dir: Kurt Neumann. B & W 69 mins.


3:15 AM ELLERY QUEEN?S PENTHOUSE MYSTERY (1941) Ralph Bellamy, Margaret Lindsay, Charley Grapewin, Anna May Wong. Dir: James P. Hogan. COLUMBIA B & W 69 mins.


4:30 AM ELLERY QUEEN AND THE PERFECT CRIME (1941) Ralph Bellamy, Margaret Lindsay, Charley Grapewin, Spring Byington, H.B. Warner. Dir: James P. Hogan. COLUMBIA.

B & W 68 mins.


THURSDAY - NOV. 19, 2009


SUGAR AND SPICE AND EVERYTHING...VICE - Bad Boys and Even Badder Girls: Dastardly Donlevy, Wicked Widmark & Cunning Conte


6:00 AM THE BIG COMBO (1955) Cornel Wilde, Richard Conte, Brian Donlevy. Dir: Joseph H. Lewis. ALLIED ARTISTS. B & W 84 mins.


7:30 AM KISS OF DEATH (1947) Victor Mature, Richard Widmark, Brian Donlevy, Colleen Gray. Dir: Henry Hathaway. 20th CENTURY FOX. B & W 98 mins.


9:15 AM BEAU GESTE (1942) Gary Cooper, Ray Milland, Robert Preston. Dir: William A. Wellman. B & W 112 mins.


11:15 AM THE MALTESE FALCON (1941) Humphrey Bogart, Mary Astor, Sidney Greenstreet, Peter Lorre. Dir: John Huston. WARNER BROS. B & W 101 mins.

?If they hang you, I?ll always remember you.?


1:00 PM MURDER, MY SWEET (1944) Dick Powell, Claire Trevor, Anne Shirley. Dir: Edward Dymytryk. RKO RADIO PICTURES. B & W 95 mins.

?I hate their women too-especially the ?big league blondes.? Beautiful expensive babes who know what they've got...all bubble bath and dewy morning and moonlight. And inside: blue steel, cold - cold like that, only...not that clean.?


2:45 PM DOUBLE INDEMNITY (1945) Barbara Stanwyck, Fred MacMurray, Edward G. Robinson. PARAMOUNT. Dir: Billy Wilder. B & W 107 mins.

?Closer than that, Walter.?


4:00 PM DETOUR (1945) Tom Neal, Ann Savage. Dir: Edgar G. Ulmer. PRC. B & W 67 mins.

"I?m sure you think that I hate you but I want you to know that I hate you"


5:15 PM OUT OF THE PAST (1947) Robert Mitchum, Jane Greer, Kirk Douglas. Dir: Jacques Tourneur. RKO RADIO PICTURES. B & W 97 mins.

?Baby, I don?t care.?

?You build my gallows high, baby.?


7:00 PM PRIVATE SCREENINGS - ROBERT MITCHUM and JANE RUSSELL Co-stars and lifelong friends Robert Mitchum and Jane Russell recall their careers with host Robert Osborne. 31 mins.




8:00 PM A BLUEPRINT FOR MURDER (1953) Joseph Cotten, Jean Peters, Gary Merrill. Dir: Andrew L. Stone. 20th CENTURY FOX. B & W 77 mins.


9:30 PM FRAMED (1947) Glenn Ford, Janis Carter, Barry Sullivan. Dir: Richard Wallace. B & W 82 mins.


11:00 PM DECOY (1946) Jean Gillie, Herbert Rudley, Edward Norris. Dir: Jack Bernhard. MONOGRAM. B & W 76 mins.


12:30 AM BLONDE ICE (1948) Leslie Brooks, Robert Paige, Emory Parnell. Dir: Jack Bernhard. FILM CLASSICS

B & W 73 mins.


1:45 AM THE DAMNED DON?T CRY (1950)Joan Crawford, David Brian, Steve Cochran. WARNER BROS. Dir: Vincent Sherman. B & W 103 mins.


3:30 AM JOHNNY BELINDA (1948) Jane Wyman, Lew Ayres, Agnes Moorhead, Stephen McNally, Jan Sterling.

B & W 102 mins.


5:15 AM PRIVATE SCREENINGS - ROD STEIGER Oscar winner Rod Steiger discusses his career as a top dramatic star with TCM host Robert Osborne.

60 mins


FRIDAY - NOV. 20, 2009




6:15 AM THE RETURN OF DR. X (1939) Humphrey Bogart, Wayne Morris, Dennis Morgan, Rosemary Lane. Dir: Vincent Sherman. WARNER BROS. B & W 62 mins.


7:15 AM MARKED WOMAN (1937) Bette Davis, Humphrey Bogart, Eduardo Cianelli, Lola Lane. Dir: Lloyd Bacon. WARNER BROS. B & W 96 mins.


9:00 AM THE ROARING TWENTIES (1939) James Cagney, Humphrey Bogart, Priscilla Lane. Dir: Raoul Walsh. WARNER BROS. B & W 104 mins.


10:45 AM THEY DRIVE BY NIGHT (1940) George Raft, Humphrey Bogart, Ann Sheridan, Ida Lupino, Gale Page. Raoul Walsh. WARNER BROS. B & W 95 mins.


12:30 PM FOUR?S A CROWD (1938) Olivia DeHavilland, Errol Flynn, Rosalind Russell. Dir: Michael Curtiz. WARNER BROS.

B & W 92 mins.


2:15 PM THE WOMEN (1939) Norma Shearer, Joan Crawford, Rosalind Russell, Joan Fontaine. Dir: George Cukor. M-G-M. B & W 133 mins.


4:30 PM DUEL IN THE SUN (1946) Gregory Peck, Jennifer Jones, Joseph Cotten, Lionel Barrymore. Dir: King Vidor. SELZNICK INTERNATIONAL PICTURES. COLOR 144 mins.


7:00 PM PORTRAIT OF JENNIE (1948) Jennifer Jones, Joseph Cotten, Ethel Barrymore. Dir: William Dieterle. SELZNICK INTERNATIONAL PICTURES. B & W 86 mins.


8:45 PM THE LADY EVE (1941) Henry Fonda Barbara Stanwyck. Dir: Preston Sturges.PARAMOUNT. B & W 94 mins.


10:30 PM WALK ON THE WILD SIDE (1962) Barbara Stanwyck, Laurence Harvey, Capucine, Jane Fonda. Dir: Edward Dmytryk. COLUMBIA PICTURES. B & W 114 mins.






12:30 AM CAPTIVE WILD WOMAN (1943) Acquanetta, John Carradine, Milburn Stone, Evelyn Ankers. Edward Dmytryk. UNIVERSAL. B & W 61 mins.


1:30 AM ATTACK OF THE 50 FOOT WOMAN (1958) Allison, William Hudson, Yvette Vickers. Nathan Juran. ALLIED ARTISTS. B & W 65 mins.


2:45 AM BLOOD OF DRACULA (1957) Sandra Harrison, Louise Lewis. Herbert L. Strock. AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL PICTURES. B & W 68 mins.


4:00 AM WASP WOMAN (1959) Susan Cabot, Anthony Eisley, Barboura Morris. Roger Corman. THE FILMGROUP.

B & W 73 mins.


5:15 AM LEECH WOMAN (1960) Colleen Gray, Grant Williams, Gloria Talbott, Kim Hamilton. Edward Dein. UNIVERSAL. B & W 77 mins.


SATURDAY - NOV. 21, 2009




6:30 AM THE KID (1921) Charlie Chaplin, Jackie Coogan, Edna Purviance. Dir: Charles Chaplin. FIRST NATIONAL PICTURES. 68 mins.


7:45 AM THE CHAMP (1931) Wallace Beery, Jackie Cooper. M-G-M. 86 mins.


9:15 AM THESE THREE (1936) Joel McCrea, Merle Oberon, Miriam Hopkins, Bonita Granville. Dir: William Wyler. SAMUEL GOLDWYN PICTURES. B & W 93 mins.


11:00 AM ANDY HARDY GETS SPRING FEVER (1939) Mickey Rooney, Lewis Stone, Helen Gilbert. Dir: W.S.VanDyke.

M-G-M B & W 85 mins.


12:30 PM NATIONAL VELVET (1944) Mickey Rooney, Elizabeth Taylor. Dir: Clarence Brown. M-G-M. B & W 123 mins.


2:30 PM MEET ME IN ST. LOUIS (1944) Judy Garland, Margaret O?Brien, Mary Astor, Leon Ames, Tom Drake. Dir: Vincente Minnelli. M-G-M. COLOR. 113 mins.


4:30 PM LEAVE HER TO HEAVEN (1945) Gene Tierney, Cornel Wilde, Jeanne Crain, Darryl Hickman. Dir: John M. Stahl. 20th CENTURY FOX. COLOR 110 mins.


6:30 PM THE ARNELO AFFAIR (1947) John Hodiak, Frances Gifford, George Murphy, Dean Stockwell. Dir: Arch Oboler. M-G-M. B & W 86 mins.




8:00 PM DEAD END (1937) Joel McCrea, Sylvia Sidney, Humphrey Bogart, Claire Trevor. Dir: William Wyler. SAMUEL GOLDWYN COMPANY. B & W 93 MINS.


9:45 PM THE AMAZING DR. CLITTERHOUSE (1938) Edward G. Robinson, Claire Trevor, Humphrey Bogart. Dir: Anatole Litvak. WARNER BROS. B & W 87 mins.


11:30 PM KEY LARGO (1948) Humphrey Bogart, Edward G. Robinson, Lionel Barrymore. Claire Trevor, Lauren Bacall. Dir: John Huston. WARNER BROS. B & W 100 mins.


1:15 AM THE GREAT SINNER (1949)[/b] Gregory Peck, Ava Gardner, Melvyn Douglas. Dir: Robert Siodmak. M-G-M. B & W 110 mins.


3:15 AMON THE BEACH (1959) Gregory Peck, Ava Gardner. Dir: Stanley Kramer. United Artists B & W 134 mins.


Message was edited by CineMaven. Programming Notes to Follow Later Tonite. My GOD, this was difficult! But Fun.

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Congrats to Cinemaven, Norma Desmond and Fedya!


Cinemaven: _love_ the Menjou theme, Ella Raines films, your S.O.M. Margaret Lindsay and Sugar & Spice and Everything Vice themes-congrats! One question (since you don't indicate your premieres): have all of those Universal and 20th C. Fox films been previously shown on TCM?


Norma: a day of George Sanders films is a day that I'd stay glued to the tube. I enjoyed your programming of The Wind as an essential, followed by the Windy conditions theme. I also really like the India location and the If the Shoe Fits theme-very clever.


Fedya: you never make it easy for yourself with your schedules. That's why I admire your use of the overall candy/baked goods theme. You break that up into such delicious morsels. I really liked the Clark Bar programming, in particular. Inspired program. I actually think that you could manage an entire month of this theme (what might you do with Walnettos)?. I'm sure that Economy Candy will help Chip stay up till midnight. Thanks for helping him out!

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First of all, get those notes posted! I'm about to burst a carotid trying to figure out your "13" theme. ;-)


Nice captions, something I'm always looking for in a schedule. Good dead-too-young theme, Raines, Menjou, Sugar and Spice, Lethal Ladies, and without a doubt the worst movie title I've ever heard, *Leech Woman* . "She drained men of their loves and lives..." Must be good!


Good first effort, CineMaven. Shoot, that's a good tenth effort in my book.

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Ah, as I suspected...


"Triskaidekaphobia (from Greek tris=three, kai=and, deka=ten) is fear of the number 13; it is a superstition and related to a specific fear of Friday the 13th, called paraskevidekatriaphobia or friggatriskaidekaphobia."


Very clever, Cinemaven.

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Oh Lord Patful...I'd hate to have your blood on my hands, so here are my notes:





Arrivederci Italia!


My sister and I took a visit to Remini and Venice about twenty-five years ago. Beautiful. So why not revisit this country with four films that shows its effect on people. We?re introduced to a future icon, a supernova of beauty, the pathos of a father and son, and a movie where Katharine Hepburn is actually very sexy. And all this is brought out by Italy. I?m so happy that Gable lived long enough to work with BOTH Marilyn and Sophia. How many actors can say THAT?? Vino, anyone?


TCM IMPORT You?ve got to catch this film. And I mean NOW! ?QUAI DES ORFEVRES? is wonderful!!!


ADOLPHE MENJOU I was looking up some piece of information for Valentino and saw Menjou had appeared in a film of his. Adolphe Menjou?? I said to myself, "he was in that film too?? It spurred me on to think about all the movies he has appeared in. I think he had a blessed film career, always working and in good films too. His eruditness and urbanity and accent made him an asset in any film. And nobody wore a mustache better, not Gable or Taylor or Powell. Okay, maybe Groucho has him beat.


ELLA RAINES There was a thread posted on this Message Board asking what actor makes you smile. Well she most certainly does. Check her out with John Wayne in ?TALL IN THE SADDLE.? Yes, Gail Russell might have had that haunting vulnerable beauty, but Raines is the tomboy side of the coin, which suited the Duke just as well. This brunette with the pageboy and smoky voice didn?t have too long a career but she definitely was a lovely creature for the 1940?s. Yes, a bit Bacall-ish (though that was more the pouty Lizabeth Scott than her), Raines was not the damsel in distress in many of her films. She was generally the competent, confident, direct and independent-type; and I think lovely to watch. I hope you do too.




Thirteen. Just saying the number strikes fear in the hearts of mortal men. But why? We Americans started off thirteen strong with thirteen colonies and we didn?t seem to do so badly by it. Though I have read some fantastic uses of the number thirteen, I shall go the patriotic route, and share with you some movies that take place in one of our original thirteen colonies.





There?s something about Margaret Lindsay that just gets me right here. It?s visceral and I can?t explain it. So let me just go the imdb route for all of you good voters out there:


As described in IMDB:?picture-pretty brunette Margaret Lindsay was one of a number of pleasant, sweet-natured ing?nues who could do no wrong in 1930s stylish pictures.? You all have favorites that you could describe as perhaps not having the high-powered wattage of a Davis or Blondell, Margaret Lindsay was no less capable of shining brightly albeit a bit more subdued. She supported many a 1930?s leading man including James Cagney and Paul Muni and leading ladies like the volcanic Bette Davis. She had a smart sophisticated look and one of the great speaking voices; the camera might have followed the star of the picture but you always wondered what was going on with the handsome, intelligent and believable Margaret Lindsay. For a full mini-biography, please check out: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0512267/bio


Lastly, check out this comment from an imdb contributor: "I was absolutely knocked out by Margaret Lindsay's (NOT Lockwood !!!) bravura performance in this film ('THE HOUSE OF THE SEVEN GABLES'). It is inconceivable that she wasn't nominated but 1940 was one of the most competitive Best Actress years ever. She ran the gamut from lovely young girl to pinched spinster. Her range was worthy of Bette Davis (with whom she co-starred many times). I loved the film itself also, and was inspired to read the book, which I loved as well. Miss Lindsay should have received more comment from students of good acting in all these years since the film. She definitely gave one of the finest performances I have ever seen by an actress in the movies and I'm63!? - fguerras (10/27/2006): http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0032610/


And yes, Ms. Lindsay has done a slew of films that could fill up a month?s scheduling.




Ahhh, Cary Grant. The most perfect name, and the most wonderful voice and the most handsome and sophisticated man. What more d?ya need? Okay okay, he?s the consummate --dreamboat-- ...er...actor. He can be sophisticated or screwball and more than a little dark too. He worked with the creme de la creme of leading ladies who brought out different things in him with each one he worked with. He?s a little different with Hepburn than he is with Dunne, than he is with Loy, than he is with Kerr, than he is with Ginger, than he is with Sheridan, than he is with Eva Marie, than he is with Lombard, than he is with...Hepburn. But I think his best leading lady and the one where they generated the most heat was with Ingrid Bergman. ?NOTORIOUS.? Enough said. Cary Grant is perfect. Even Cary Grant wanted to be Cary Grant.




Marrying one of the most popular actors in Hollywood and being one of the most delicately beautiful women of the entire 1930?s, who wouldn?t want to spend a day with Frances Dee. This is a chore? She chose marriage and family over a career in Hollywood and Joel McCrea?s gain is our loss. But at least for today we can bask in the luminosity of Frances Dee. And I promise you...there is a shot of her in ?So Ends Our Night? that will take your breath away. She is absolutely, unequivocably and utterly beautiful and quietly talented. And now...Frances Dee.


?It was refreshing to see such a twisted sexuality portrayed so cheerfully by an actress this attrractive (sic) in such an old movie. The masochistic gleam in her eyes at the end was worth the price of admission by itself.?-somebodyfamousjr. (5/14/2006): http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0023818/board/nest/43316048


The movie that the poster was referring to: "BLOOD MONEY."




When you see the names, you?ll know what I?m going for. Celebrities whose lives ended too soon. Some had careers that looked promising. Makes you wonder, sadly, what might have been.



Dastardly Donlevy, Wicked Widmark, Cunning Conte.


What can I say...I love the bad boy. Well, maybe, loving him from afar since I?m kind of a good girl. Handsome, bad and makes you want to be bad with him. Yeah. Yeah.


Lethal Ladies


Whether she?s thumbin? a ride, droppin? her lipstick case, showin? her ankle bracelet, pullin? the trigger herself, gettin? a big lug to do it for her OR walking in out of the sunlight, remember this: SHE IS LETHAL!! The prerequisites for a lethal lady: heartless viciousness and beauty. Being a damsel in distress can?t hurt. Being a blonde is not necessary. (Especially if the wig is baad). ;-) It?s okay...you?re a big strong man. She?ll let you think it?s your idea. After all, women are the weaker sex. Right?


P.S. I don?t know if Claire Trevor should officially be in this category, but hell...that voice and her quintessential 1940?s look and the fact that she?s referred to as a ?big league blonde? is enough in my book. Make up your own schedule. She should [/b]always[/b] have a gun in her hand.




Is there a touch of nepotism in Hollywood? Ya think? Probably more on the studio-end of things a la the Kordas or Warners or Zanucks, not so much on the stardom end. But there were many relatives who were film stars; kind of like a family business. We?ve got sisters and brothers and fathers and daughters in this bunch. And there were some stars who worked with those siblings or progeny. Some even worked with both in the same film as is the case with Deborah Kerr (John & Hayley Mills) or Jack Nicholson (with Angelica and John Huston).


Now I know you won?t think ?Basic Instinct? with Sharon Stone is a classic though I think that her role as Catherine Tremaine is one of the great female roles in history (yes Katy Scarlett O?Hara, I do) of cinema. Well, imagine this cinemaven?s glee when I saw the movie in the theatres and gave a low squeal. My friend gave me a soft shot in the ribs.


Friend: ?WHAT?!?

Me: ?Dorothy Malone!?

Friend: ?Who??


My friend?s younger, so I went with something she might know:


Me: ?Dorothy Malone! ?Peyton Place.??

Friend: ?Sssh!?

Me: ?Michael Douglas gave a part to Dorothy Malone.?

Friend: ?So??

Me: ?She worked with his father in ?The Last Sunset.??

Friend: ?Oh.?

Movie Patron Behind Us: ?Ssssh!?


My favorite sibling link is Bogie working with all three of the Lane Sisters AND including a separate movie with Gale Page. Let?s see if talent runs in the family.




I don?t know about you, but I could watch a bad B-movie over and over and over again. I love watching these women transform. Why. Schlocky, bad acting, fake-looking sets, day-for-night shots. Not the mark of classic filmmaking. But Allison Hayes stomping around this little town and that fake papier mache hand of hers coming through the roof to get Harry, is worth a Friday night of dinner, drinking and dancing with my friends. There are some serious topics tackled (infidelity, scientific research, ageism) in the midst of the tacky settings. And I LOVE these film for it.

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Due to a variety of reasons: May being the second busiest month of the year for me, mom recovering from knee surgery and a couple of other things, I'm going to have to sit this Challenge out.


But I am delighted to see so many great schedules.


Voting is going to be very, very difficult.


Congratulations to all who have entered (because completing a schedule is always to be congratulated because even though it is hard it is rewarding!) and best of luck to all the contestants!

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Sunday, March 7th, 2010


In The Spotlight: Films That Deal with the Sudden

Rise of Individuals Either by Choice or Not of Their Making


6:00 am The Miracle Woman (1931) Columbia 91 mins

Burt Reynolds on Spencer Tracy

7:45 am Boy Meets Girl (1938) WB 86 mins

9:15 am A Face in the Crowd (1957) WB 126 mins (ps)

11:30 am All About Eve (1950) FOX 138 mins (ps)

1:49 pm Stars on Horseback (1943) WB 7 mins - One Reel Wonder

2:00 pm A Star is Born (1954) WB 176 mins (ps)

5:00 pm Made on Broadway (1933) MGM 68 mins

Trailer: San Francisco (1936)

6:15 pm Madison Avenue (1962) FOX 94 mins (TCM Premiere)

TCM Now Playing: The Show


I'd Make a Deal with the Devil to Get What I Want!: Films Where Working

With Satan or Even Falling into His Clutches Can Lead to

Even Bigger Problems

8:00 pm The Devil and Daniel Webster (1941) RKO 112 mins

10:00 pm Angel on My Shoulder (1946) UA 102 mins

TCM Promo with Star of the Month Lloyd Nolan

11:45 pm Haredevil Hare (1948) WB 7 mins - One Reel Wonder

TCM Silent Sunday Nights Promo

Trailer: Lady in the Lake (1947)

12:00 am *Silent Sunday Nights* Leaves from Satan's Book (1919) Nordisk Film 110 mins (ps)

Nancy Sinatra on Frank Sinatra

2:00 am *TCM Imports* Faust (1963) Walter Traut/Divina Films 121 mins

TCM Spotlight: The Formosa

4:15 am Alias Nick Beal (1949) Paramount 92 mins (TCM Premiere)

TCM Promo with the Deli Owner

TCM Essentials Promo


Monday, March 8th, 2010


It's a One Shot Deal: Films with Some of the Greats Together for Only Once


6:00 am Inspiration (1931) MGM 76 mins (Garbo and Montgomery)

TCM Imports Promo

TCM Movie News for March

7:30 am Cry Wolf (1947) WB 83 mins (Flynn and Stanwyck)

9:00 am Destry Rides Again (1939) Universal 95 mins (ps) (Stewart and Dietrich)

Trailer: Suspicion (1941)

10:45 am It Happened One Night (1934) Columbia 106 mins (Gable and Colbert)

12:30 pm Charade (1963) Universal 114 mins (ps) (Grant and Hepburn)

2:30 pm Up the River (1930) FOX 92 mins (ps) (Tracy and Bogart)

Jack Lemmon on Billy Wilder

4:15 pm Smart Money (1931) WB 82 mins (Robinson and Cagney)

5:45 pm The Horse Soldiers (1959) UA 120 mins (Wayne and Holden)

7:46 pm Duck Soup to Nuts (1944) WB 6 mins - One Reel Wonder

Trailer: Goldfinger (1964)


TCM Spotlight #1: Lucky 13: Films With Some Famous Actors Whose

Names Come Out to 13 Letters

8:00 pm The Bells of St. Mary's (1945) RKO 127 mins (Ingrid Bergman)

10:15 pm I Love You Again (1940) MGM 100 mins (William Powell)

12:00 am Ninotchka (1939) MGM 111 mins (Melvyn Douglas)

2:00 am Paris When It Sizzles (1964) 110 mins (Audrey Hepburn)

4:00 am Mr. and Mrs. Smith (1941) RKO 95 mins (Carole Lombard)

5:36 am Carole Lombard Biography (1962) 4 mins - One Reel Wonder

TCM.com Promo

5:45 am How to Behave (1936) MGM 10 mins - One Reel Wonder

TCM Silent Sunday Nights Promo


Tuesday, March 9th, 2010


Wait, They're Related!!!: A Group of Films With Siblings Starring in Them

Both in Front of and Behind the Camera



6:00 am Stalag 17 (1953) Paramount 121 mins (ps) (Peter Graves)

TCM Original Programming: The Story of Movies

8:15 am The Farmer's Daughter (1947) RKO 98 mins (James Arness)



10:00 am Suspicion (1941) RKO 100 mins (Joan Fontaine)

11:45 am The Strawberry Blonde (1941) WB 99 mins (Olivia DeHaviland)



1:30 pm No Minor Vices (1948) MGM 96 mins (Dana Andrews)

3:15 pm Bedevilled (1955) MGM 85 mins (Steve Forrest)


(The Shearers)

4:45 pm Their Own Desire (1929) MGM 65 mins (Norma Shearer)

5:51 pm Norma Shearer Biography (1962) 4 mins - One Reel Wonder

6:00 pm San Francisco (1936) MGM 116 mins (Douglas Shearer)


Star of the Month: Lloyd Nolan

This Week: On the Right Side and the Wrong Side of the Law

8:00 pm G-Men (1935) WB 87 mins

9:30 pm A Tree Grows in Brooklyn (1945) FOX 128 mins (ps)

11:45 pm Lady in the Lake (1947) MGM 103 mins

1:30 am Michael Shayne, Private Detective (1941) FOX 77 mins (TCM Premiere)

Kevin Spacey on Jack Lemmon

3:00 am Sleepers West (1941) FOX 74 mins (TCM Premiere)

4:15 am Counterfeit (1936) Columbia 73 mins

5:30 am Know Your Money (1940) MGM 21 mins - One Reel Wonder

Trailer: Flipper (1963)


Wednesday, March 10th, 2010


"Shirley" You're Not Serious!: Films Devoted to Actresses with the Name of Shirley


Shirley Jones

6:00 am The Courtship of Eddie's Father (1963) MGM 119 mins

8:00 am Oklahoma! (1955) FOX 149 mins (ps)


Shirley Temple

10:30 am The Bachelor and the Bobby Soxer (1947) RKO 96 mins

12:15 pm Adventure in Baltimore (1949) RKO 89 mins


Shirley MacLaine

1:45 pm Two for the Seesaw (1962) UA 120 mins (ps)

3:45 pm The Children's Hour (1961) UA 108 mins (ps)

TCM Original Programming: Letterbox vs. Pan and Scan


Shirley Eaton

5:45 pm Goldfinger (1964) UA 112 mins (ps)

TCM Movie News for March

7:45 pm Johannesburg "City of Gold" (1953) MGM 9 mins - One Reel Wonder

TCM Promo with Star of the Month Lloyd Nolan


Vengeance is Mine: Films that Deal with Some Unhappy

Individuals Looking for Those Who Wronged Them

8:00 pm Nevada Smith (1966) Paramount 131 mins (ps)

10:15 pm Black Hand (1950) MGM 93 mins

Gregory Peck on Lauren Bacall

12:00 am Mr. Soft Touch (1949) Columbia 93 mins

Trailer: Dr. Kildare's Crisis (1940)

TCM Now Playing Guide Promo

1:45 am Days of Glory (1944) RKO 86 mins

3:15 am Mask of the Avenger (1951) Columbia 83 mins

4:45 am The Oklahoma Kid (1939) WB 81 mins

TCM Essentials Promo: Abe Lincoln in Illinois (1940)

TCM Underground Promo


Thursday, March 11th, 2010


Doctor, Doctor, Give Me the News, I've Gotta Bad Case of Lovin' You!: Films

Devoted to Doctors and Their Staff or Their Patients


6:15 am The Right to Romance (1933) RKO 67 mins

7:30 am Society Doctor (1935) MGM 67 mins

TCM.com Promo

TCM Promo with Machinist

8:45 am Dark Victory (1939) WB 105 mins

10:30 am Spellbound (1945) UA 118 mins (ps)

12:30 pm Not as a Stranger (1955) UA 137 mins (ps)

TCM Underground: What is a Cult Film?

Trailer: Abe Lincoln in Illinois (1940)

3:00 pm The Young Doctors (1961) UA 100 mins (ps)

TCM Promo Wall with Ben-Hur

TCM Now Playing Guide Promo

4:45 pm Magnificent Obsession (1954) Universal 108 mins (ps)

6:34 pm Emergency Doctor (1956) RKO 8 mins - One Reel Wonder

6:45 pm Dr. Kildare's Crisis (1940) MGM 75 mins


TCM Spotlight #2: Location! Location!: Welcome to Florida! The Sunshine State

8:00 pm Some Like It Hot (1959) UA 122 mins (ps) (Miami)

Chazz Palmentieri on Edward G. Robinson

TCM Promo with Star of the Month Lloyd Nolan

10:15 pm Key Largo (1948) WB 101 mins (Florida Keys)

12:00 am Moon Over Miami (1941) FOX 91 mins (TCM Premiere) (Miami)

1:32 am So You Want an Apartment (1948) WB 11 mins - One Reel Wonder

1:45 am The Palm Beach Story (1942) Paramount 88 mins (ps) (Palm Beach)

3:15 am Miami Expose (1956) Columbia 73 mins (Miami)

4:30 am Flipper (1963) MGM 91 mins (Florida Keys)


Friday, March 12th, 2010


I Need to Do What I Can for My Kid: Films Dealing With Parents and Their Children


6:01 am That Certain Woman (1937) WB 93 mins

Michael Caine on Cary Grant

7:45 am The Champ (1931) MGM 87 mins

9:15 am Confession (1937) WB 88 mins

10:45 am Stella Dallas (1937) UA 104 mins (ps)

12:30 pm Our Vines Have Tender Grapes (1945) MGM 106 mins

2:17 pm Edward G. Robinson Biography (1962) 4 mins - One Reel Wonder

Trailer: East of Eden (1955)

2:30 pm Mildred Pierce (1945) WB 111 mins

TCM Movie News for March

4:30 pm The Great O'Malley (1937) WB 71 mins

TCM Promo with Star of the Month Lloyd Nolan

5:45 pm Strange Interlude (1932) MGM 110 mins

TCM Original Programming: 100 Years at the Movies

7:45 pm Quant Quebec (1936) MGM 9 mins - One Reel Wonder

TCM Imports Promo

TCM Promo Wall with Jeanette Macdonald from "The Merry Widow"


Hey Judge!!: Where the Escapades of Judges Can Be Oh So Troublesome

8:00 pm The Talk of the Town (1942) Columbia 119 mins

10:00 pm Tell It to the Judge (1949) Columbia 87 mins

11:30 pm A Stranger in Town (1943) MGM 70 mins

12:45 am A Family Affair (1937) MGM 69 mins


*TCM Underground:* The Shes Are Out!!

2:00 am The She-Creature (1956) AIP 77 mins

John Frankenheimer on Burt Lancaster

TCM Media Room Promo

TCM Promo Wall with Tarzan (Johnny Weissmuller)

3:30 am The She-Beast (1966) Europix-Consolidated Corp 74 mins

4:45 am Cat People (1942) RKO 73 mins



Saturday, March 13th, 2010


Welcome to the Show!!: Films Devoted to the Circus or Some of Their Performers


6:00 am Freaks (1932) MGM 65 mins

TCM Original Programming: 100 Years at the Movies

7:15 am Polly of the Circus (1932) MGM 70 mins

8:30 am The Wagons Roll at Night (1941) WB 85 mins

10:00 am The Greatest Show on Earth (1952) Paramount 152 mins (ps)

Carrie Fisher on Debbie Reynolds

TCM Silent Sunday Nights Promo

12:45 pm Man on a Tightrope (1953) FOX 105 mins (TCM Premiere)

2:30 pm Trapeze (1956) UA 106 mins (ps)

TCM Movie News for March

Trailer: Two Smart People (1946) - March 16th, 2010

4:30 pm Ring of Fear (1954) WB 93 mins (ps)

6:04 pm Now You See It (1947) MGM 10 mins - One Reel Wonder

6:15 pm At the Circus (1939) MGM 87 mins

Hollywood in My Hometown: Vertigo (1958)

TCM Promo with Star of the Month Lloyd Nolan


Raymond Massey: The Stoic Leader: Films Starring the Famous Canadian

Playing Historical Figures, Thinkers and Some Manical Individuals

8:00 pm *The Essentials* Abe Lincoln in Illinois (1940) RKO 110 mins

9:51 pm The Capital City Washington D.C. (1940) MGM 9 mins - One Reel Wonder

10:00 pm Arsenic and Old Lace (1944) WB 118 mins

12:00 am Things to Come (1936) UA 113 mins (ps)

2:00 am East of Eden (1955) WB 115 mins (ps)

4:00 am Desperate Journey (1942) WB 108 mins

TCM Word of Mouth: Maureen O'Hara on John Wayne

Trailer: It Happens Every Spring (1949)


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Hello everyone! I'm sorry for not being around here for the past few days and being able to post my schedule until the eleventh hour. I've been busy with work, spending time with family and other things. From what I've read so far, the schedules that have been posted are great.


Anyways, in regards to my schedule, here is some background about it. Each of the themes for the days either relate to song titles, something that is common within the theme of each of the films or pertains to something that the actors had in common with one another.


For the TCM Spotlight: Lucky 13, since some of the ideas that I was thinking about were already done, I decided to do several films in which the actors themselves had 13 letters to their names minus the spacing. I know this seems kind of corny, but this was the only idea I could think of. Some of the folks we have that fit the category are William Powell, Carole Lombard, Audrey Hepburn, Ingrid Bergman and Melvyn Douglas.


For the TCM Spotlight: Location! Location!, I chose the state of Florida as the focus, since there are some great films that take place in many of the well known cities down there. I also chose Florida partially because my brother goes to school down there and as a race fan, Daytona Beach is the mecca for anyone who follows the sport of NASCAR.


In regards to the Star of the Month, I chose Lloyd Nolan as the Star of the Month for March. I had purchased the Michael Shayne DVD box set Volume 1 about a few months ago and really enjoyed them. I have watched several of his films that he was in and I am appreciating more of his work that I have seen recently.


On Tuesday during the day, I have a block of films devoted to some famous actors and individuals behind the camera who are actually siblings. While some of us are familiar with the fact that Joan Fontaine and Olivia deHaviland are related, I wanted to take a look at some other folks who people did not expect to be related but are.


I also have a day set aside devoted to some famous actresses named Shirley from Jones, to Temple to MacLaine and to Eaton as well.


Some other themes that I included films which have films that deal with the rise of individuals in the public eye, people seeking revenge for those who have wronged them and individuals who look out and do what is in the best interest of their kids.


The Essential for the week is the film *"Abe Lincoln in Illinois (1940)"* and the night is built around Raymond Massey as well.


The TCM Silent Sunday night movie is *"Leaves from Satan's Book (1919)"* with Helge Nissen and Jacob Texiere and the TCM Import is the film, *"Faust (1963)"*.


The TCM Underground films are *"The She-Creature (1956)"* with Chester Morris and *"The She-Beast (1966)"* with Barbara Steele.


The TCM Premieres include *"Madison Avenue (1962)"* with Dana Andrews and Jeanne Crain, *"Alias Nick Beal (1949)"* with Ray Milland and Audrey Totter, *"Michael Shayne, Private Detective (1941)"* with Lloyd Nolan and Marjorie Weaver, *"Sleepers West (1941)"* with Lloyd Nolan and Lynn Bari, *"Moon Over Miami (1941)"* with Betty Grable, Don Ameche and Robert Cummings, and *"Man on a Tightrope (1953)"* with Fredric March, Terry Moore and Gloria Grahame.


I hope that the schedule I have created is okay. I enjoyed doing each of the schedules that I have participated in and I figured that it would be great to do this again.




*"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)*


*"This is the way I like to do business. Quickly and to the point."*

*~Britt Reid/The Green Hornet (Van Williams) ~ The Green Hornet: Trouble for Prince Charming*

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*I hope that the schedule I have created is okay.* - FredMill38


Much better than OK! Another contender. Lloyd Nolan! Yay! And Raymond Massey, sudden fame, one-shot deals, judges, and siblings. I honestly didn't even know deHavilland and Fontaine were related, much less the others. How embarrassing! Another great schedule, Fred!

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LOL, sometimes I forget that Fredmill likes to do headers that take longer to read than Gone with the Wind!


I really like having Lloyd Nolan as Star of the Month. I'm a big fan of his Michael Shayne films and his 40s film noirs

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_And_ pencils down, because time is up! The deadline has been reached for new entries to the TCM Programming Challenge #13: Lucky 13!


The TCM Programming Challenge Voting Thread will open Monday afternoon and will be open for ten days, so you'll have plenty of time to review the entries and vote. You can cast your vote in a post in that thread, or you can Private Message me if you want your vote to be secret.


The Voting Thread will repeat this Challenge's rules at the beginning, followed by each schedule and programming notes, to make it easy to review without going through all of the posts in this thread.


Any member of the TCM boards can vote, as long as you were signed up by April 30, 2009.


I had hoped to encourage new players, and I'm thrilled that we have several first-time game-mates. It gets easier the second time you play, and I hope you've had fun and that you'll all join the next Challenge as well.


Every single schedule submitted has some real high points, and there isn't one that I personally wouldn't enjoy watching on TCM. As lzcutter said earlier, everyone is to be congratulated for completing a schedule. This is definitely a contest that is anybody's game. Good luck to all!


Check in Monday afternoon for the Voting Thread.

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Chip, if I may respectfully say, it is not yet midnight on the West Coast. There are still almost three hours to go. I know now, looking back at your original post, that you said midnight ET, but some here are still used to it being midnight PT when the deadline is up since it has been that way for every previous Challenge). Some, like Lynn, gets theirs in with minutes to spare.


I know that sometimes when it comes to Presidential elections that we here on the west coast are made to feel that we don't count, since they are often decided in Ohio or whatever back east, but as we proved this time around, we do count. : )


I would ask, respectfully, that you have it be midnight Pacific Time as it has been in every Challenge prior to this since some out here may not be aware of the change in the rules and who may be working hard to get theis done tonight.

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*There are still almost three hours to go.* - filmlover


No sir, he definitely stated in the rules that 12:00 Eastern Time was the deadline. With Kyle and Lynn out, you alone must win to return the Challenge to that bizarre Pacific Time. ;-)


Hey, no fair, you edited your post before I finished typing!


Message was edited by: patful, because it's fun to edit

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Indeed, filmlover, I said midnight ET (Eastern time) in the original rules, as below:


"This Challenge will run one month, from May 1 to May 31, 2009. All schedules must be posted by midnight May 31, 2009, ET. I threw in an extra two days to give you five full weekends to work."


That said, in the spirit of fun, we will extend the hours allowed for new entries to 3 AM ET (midnight on the West Coast).


Don't expect me to chime in at 3 AM (my time) on the closing bell...I plan to be fast asleep. But any Left Coast (or anywhere) procrastinators have been handed a 3 hour reprieve from filmlover.

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