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NOVEMBER SCHEDULE IS UP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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November is filled with little gems:


A Salute to Steinbeck

A documentary on Johnny Mercer

A salute to Vivien Leigh and one to Joel McCrea

The movies that were preempted for the Karl Malden tribute are back on the schedule

A day of silents and early talkies

*The Delinquents* with Tom Laughlin before he became Billy Jack

*The Long Grey Line*

*Once Upon a Time in the West*

*A Matter of Life and Death*


*Tender Comrade*

and *Ride the High Country*


"I think I'll go this one alone."

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> {quote:title=HollywoodGolightly wrote:}{quote}

> They're also showing what sounds like a Mexican horror movie on the 20th:


> *The Robot vs. the Aztec Mummy* (1965)

> A mad scientist creates a murderous robot to steal an ancient Aztec treasure. Cast: Ramon Gay, Rosa Arenas, Crox Alvarado. Dir: Rafael Portillo. BW-65 mins,


> I'm sure somebody will be happy about that! ;)


I am. I haven't seen it in at least 30 years.

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> {quote:title=HollywoodGolightly wrote:}{quote}

> > {quote:title=scsu1975 wrote:}{quote}

> > I am. I haven't seen it in at least 30 years.


> Do you remember anything about it? So bad it's good, or so good it's wicked? ;)


It's a must-see. Here is part of the trailer:


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Yup, you got it.


A sleazy U.S. hustler, K. Gordon Murray, got ahold of these stupid, incompetent, Mexican-made flicks -- and released'em in the U.S. as Saturday-afternoon kiddie flicks, doing huge local TV promotion and spending more on posters than wasspent on the whole flick.


Imagine dropping yer kid off at a local theater and having'em spend the afternoon watching The Brainiac and Aztec Mummies.


How many young minds were warped? Mine was.

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Sunday, Nov. 15


10 AM Eastern Time


*Ah, Wilderness!* (1935)


In his only comedy, Eugene O'Neill captures the trials of growing up in small-town America. Cast: Wallace Beery, Lionel Barrymore, Mickey Rooney. Dir: Clarence Brown. BW-98 mins, TV-G, CC



This is a great film and very rare!


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Wow ClassicStarlets. You got the jump on TCM City's usual town criers. Congrats.


I see a lot of my favorites coming on in November, but I see some films I'm particularly interested in seeing: Stanwyck's "The Gay Sisters" (though I also wish TCM would air Stanwyck's MY REPUTATION." There'll also be a slew of Robert Ryan films, "Dark Passage" (my favorite of Bogie & Bacall and due to the great Moorhead)...AND one of the most romantic movies ever made: "BLACK ORPHEUS." Marpessa Dawn and Breno Mello have GOT to be, hands down, one of the most gorgeous-looking romantic couples in films. See this film if you haven't already.


I promise you, you will book the next flight to Brazil after viewing this.

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Sands of the Kalahari hasn't been on national TV in quite some time. I'm hoping TCM can show a letterboxed version of it.


Has TCM ever shown The Fleet's In before? That's one from Universal's Paramount library.


Poor Pretty Eddie, one movie I never thought I'd see on the schedule, will make the rest of the TCM Underground fare look like Citizen Kane by comparison.

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Well, this is one of the most schizophrenic looking months that I've ever seen. One can't swing a cat in this schedule without "hitting" on Robert Mitchum, Robert Ryan or Alfred Hitchcock. But it is nice to find Pat O'Brien spread throughout the month.


Maybe I am just too thick to catch on but just what some of these primetime line-ups have in "common" is beyond my comprehension tonight.


Like Monday November 16^th -

*The Roaring Twenties*

*Ziegfeld Girl*

*Yolanda And The Thief* and

*The Corn Is Green*

(Maybe this is a Guest Programmer Night.)


But I did catch on that Johnny Mercer nights continue every Wednesday though out the month.

So that must explain -

*Road House*


*Li'l Abner* and

*The Belle Of New York*

But who'd a thunk Mr. Mercer had a hand in these four films.


Items of interest to me this November include -

The Ealing Studios production of *Nicholas Nickleby*

Franco Zefferelli's *The Taming Of The Shrew*

Jean Cocteau's *Orphee* (followed by *Black Orpheus* the following Sunday Night)

The reappearance of *Dial 'M' For Murder* which has been absent since Rob Reiner hosted the first editions of "The Essentials"

Another night of '30s musicals (and "The Girlfriend Of The Whirling Dervish"!), Thanksgiving with Astaire & Rogers, a Silent Sunday Night of baseball shorts (including an early "Felix The Cat" cartoon) and Ben Mankiewicz introducing *The Incredible Mr. Limpet*.


And 11 (Yes. 11!) Falcon mysteries in a row to make 'markbeckhuaf' truly thankful this coming November.


Kyle In Hollywood


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