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25th of august 2020

anne shirley...16 films

chasing yesterday (1935)
a man to remember (1938)
chatterbox (1936)
m'liss (1936)
make way for a lady (1936)
too many wives (1937)
mother carey's chickens (1938)
sorority house (1939)
unexpected uncle (1941)
bombardier (1943)
anne of green gables (1934)
steamboat round the bend (1935)
stella dallas (1937)
murder my sweet (1944)
saturday's children (1940)
music in manhattan (1944)

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with john payne

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26th of august 2020

laurence olivier...12 films

westward passage (1932)
the divorce of lady x (1938)
21 days (1940)
that hamilton woman (1941)
pride and prejudice (1940)
henry v (1944)
hamlet (1948)
wuthering heights (1939)
a little romance (1979)
the entertainer (1960)
the prince and the showgirl (1957)
the beggar's opera (1953)

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with joan plowright

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27th of august 2020

claudette colbert...12 films

parrish (1961)
the secret heart (1946)
the secret fury (1950)
it's a wonderful world (1939)
without reservations (1946)
three came home (1950)
tomorrow is forever (1946)
it happened one night (1934)
the egg and i (1947)
the palm beach story (1942)
drums along the mohawk (1939)
boom town (1940)

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with dr. joel pressman

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28th of august 2020

paul henreid...12 films

joan of paris (1942)
deception (1946)
song of love (1947)
hollow triumph (1948)
in our time (1944)
between two worlds (1944)

of human bondage (1946)
now voyager (1942)
for men only (1951)
casablanca (1942)
the spanish main (1945)
the conspirators (1944)

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with elizabeth gluck

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29th of august 2020

eva marie saint...10 films

the sandpiper (1965)
eva marie saint: live from the tcm classic film festival (2014)
36 hours (1964)
grand prix (1966)
all fall down (1962)
the stalking moon (1968)
on the waterfront (1954)
north by northwest (1959)
a hatful of rain (1957)
raintree county (1957)
loving (1970)

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with jeffrey hayden

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30th of august 2020

charlton heston...11 films

skyjacked (1972)
the wreck of the mary deare (1959)
the omega man (1971)
the three musketeers (1973)
55 days at peking (1963)
ben-hur (1959)
touch of evil (1958)
khartoum (1966)
planet of the apes (1968)
soylent green (1973)
number one (1969)

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with lydia clarke

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31st of august 2020

alain delon...11 films

the yellow rolls-royce (1964)
scorpio (1973)
spirits of the dead (1968)
once a thief (1965)
red sun (1971)
have i the right to kill (1963)
purple noon (1960)
rocco and his brothers (1960)
le samourai (1967)
l'eclisse (1962)
lost command (1966)

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with nathalie delon

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23 hours ago, Terri Williams Palos said:

Thanks TopBilled for posting our 2020 SUTS Schedule.  Let the planning begin!     😉

Some great days on this year's schedule. I'm particularly pleased with the Sylvia Sidney selections. And the Claudette Colbert films represent her work across studios, and how versatile she was in different genres.

Also excited to see George Raft and Alain Delon on the schedule!

Which days are you most looking forward to?

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lol!  Still in the planning phase.  I have gotten though just the first 10 days.  And there are several films I am interested in.  I eagerly wish to know which shows are TCM Premiers.  I suspect the Rock Hudson film "The Golden Blade" may be one.  And the are a few Charlie Chaplin that I have yet to see.  But very much agree about the Honorees you've mentioned, TopBilled.  More planning on the docket for me.   What shows will everyone record/watch?

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Premieres:

THE GOLDEN BLADE (1953) on August 2
MARY BURNS FUGITIVE (1935) on August 7
YOU AND ME (1938) on August 7
THIRTY DAY PRINCESS (1934) on August 7
THE FIRST WIVES CLUB (1996) on August 9
CRISSCROSS (1992) on August 9
TAP (1989) on August 11
NIGHT CLUB SCANDAL (1937) on August 13
DEVIL'S PLAYGROUD (1937) on August 19
THE SENATOR WAS INDISCREET (1947) on August 20
DANGER ROUTE (1967) on August 21
THE WEAK AND THE WICKED (1954) on August 21
LOAN SHARK (1952) on August 24
I'LL GET YOU (1952) on August 24
STEAMBOAT ROUND THE BEND (1935) on August 25
FOR MEN ONLY (1951) on August 28
LE SAMOURAI (1967) on August 31

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2 hours ago, TopBilled said:

Premieres:

THE GOLDEN BLADE (1953) on August 2
MARY BURNS FUGITIVE (1935) on August 7
YOU AND ME (1938) on August 7
THIRTY DAY PRINCESS (1934) on August 7
THE FIRST WIVES CLUB (1996) on August 9
CRISSCROSS (1992) on August 9
TAP (1989) on August 11
NIGHT CLUB SCANDAL (1937) on August 13
DEVIL'S PLAYGROUD (1937) on August 19
THE SENATOR WAS INDISCREET (1947) on August 20
DANGER ROUTE (1967) on August 21
THE WEAK AND THE WICKED (1954) on August 21
LOAN SHARK (1952) on August 24
I'LL GET YOU (1952) on August 24
STEAMBOAT ROUND THE BEND (1935) on August 25
FOR MEN ONLY (1951) on August 28
LE SAMOURAI (1967) on August 31

Wow!   Awesome!

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On 6/6/2020 at 9:45 PM, TopBilled said:

11th of august 2020

sammy davis...11 films

pepe (1960)
johnny cool (1963)
one more time (1970)
convicts 4 (1962)
robin and the 7 hoods (1964)
ocean's 11 (1960)
anna lucasta (1958)
a man called adam (1966)
sweet charity (1969)
tap (1989)
smorgasbord (1983)

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with may britt

There is a Musical short  --  "Rufus Jones for President" (1933).    ;)

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1 minute ago, Terri Williams Palos said:

There is a Musical short  --  "Rufus Jones for President" (1933).    ;)

Yes. Thanks for mentioning that.

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So Sorry Mr TopBilled to point out more questions...  But I believe   "MARY BURNS, FUGITIVE (1935) on August 7"  played last year for Melvyn Douglas as a TCM Premier???  I really appreciate your wise information.  Totally hate pointing this out in light of all your efforts!  I shall blame the comma!

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3 minutes ago, Terri Williams Palos said:

So Sorry Mr TopBilled to point out more questions...  But I believe   "MARY BURNS, FUGITIVE (1935) on August 7"  played last year for Melvyn Douglas as a TCM Premier???  I really appreciate your wise information.  Totally hate pointing this out in light of all your efforts!  I shall blame the comma!

I seldom use commas. I find them unnecessary most of the time. 

MARY BURNS FUGITIVE is listed as a "TCM Presents" title which typically is reserved for premieres.

According to MovieCollector's database it did air in 2019. So you are correct about that.

But I don't think we need to split hairs about this. Let's just focus on the fact that so many wonderful titles are coming our way in August!

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Good choice to have Maureen O'Hara spotlighted on August 17th, as it is her centennial birthday! :)

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On 7/8/2020 at 2:26 PM, sagebrush said:

Good choice to have Maureen O'Hara spotlighted on August 17th, as it is her centennial birthday! :)

Oh really? I didn't realize that. Very nice.

It's good that TCM honors her. She was certainly in a lot of classics.

I learned something interesting about her today. I discovered this while reading up on Dorothy Dandridge. Apparently Maureen and Dorothy joined forces in the mid-50s to sue the publishers of Confidential, a tabloid that printed false reports about their sex lives. They won the case.

Here's a shot of them shaking hands outside the courtroom, after the jury reached a verdict.

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Great job putting this thread together, TopBilled. I'll go over it all again as the time gets closer because what you've done is so useful. The Weak and the Wicked on Diana Dors day gets the prize for best title. As you noted, it's a premier. I checked the data base and it's a women's prison movie, also featuring Glynis Johns and (not yet) Dame Sybil Thorndike, so it sounds like a good summer diversion. Trouble Along the Way on John Wayne day isn't rare but I've passed on the last few broadcasts and I don't intend to miss it this time. I remember really liking it and being very impressed with Wayne's ability to believably pair with someone like Donna Reed. I don't think he gets enough credit as a romantic lead; those roles are usually my favorite Wayne films, and I'm coming from a position of having ignored him for many years (I'm ashamed to say).

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26 minutes ago, DougieB said:

Great job putting this thread together, TopBilled. I'll go over it all again as the time gets closer because what you've done is so useful. The Weak and the Wicked on Diana Dors day gets the prize for best title. As you noted, it's a premier. I checked the data base and it's a women's prison movie, also featuring Glynis Johns and (not yet) Dame Sybil Thorndike, so it sounds like a good summer diversion. Trouble Along the Way on John Wayne day isn't rare but I've passed on the last few broadcasts and I don't intend to miss it this time. I remember really liking it and being very impressed with Wayne's ability to believably pair with someone like Donna Reed. I don't think he gets enough credit as a romantic lead; those roles are usually my favorite Wayne films, and I'm coming from a position of having ignored him for many years (I'm ashamed to say).

Thanks. Glad it's helpful.

As you probably know, John Wayne & Donna Reed had previously costarred in THEY WERE EXPENDABLE (1945).

They got along well. They were both from Iowa.

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I just looked on the TCM Summer Under the Stars page and noticed John Wayne has been replaced with Natalie Wood on Saturday, August 22.

Here's the list of films being shown.

Brainstorm (1983)

The Girl He Left Behind (1956)

Penelope (1966)

Sex and the Single Girl (1964)

Rebel Without a Cause (1955)

Inside Daisy Clover (1965)

This Property is Condemned (1966)

The Searchers (1956)

Love with the Proper Stranger (1963)

Gypsy (1962)

The Great Race (1965)

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12 minutes ago, Athos said:

I just looked on the TCM Summer Under the Stars page and noticed John Wayne has been replaced with Natalie Wood on Saturday, August 22.

Here's the list of films being shown.

Brainstorm (1983)

The Girl He Left Behind (1956)

Penelope (1966)

Sex and the Single Girl (1964)

Rebel Without a Cause (1955)

Inside Daisy Clover (1965)

This Property is Condemned (1966)

The Searchers (1956)

Love with the Proper Stranger (1963)

Gypsy (1962)

The Great Race (1965)

Thanks for the update. It is much appreciated.

Ironically, Natalie Wood was pulled off last year's schedule and replaced with Rita Moreno. Now it's her turn to replace someone.

I went back and edited the list of honorees and also edited the post for August 22nd.

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