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Daytime January 7 Norma Shearer

The Last of Mrs. Cheyney (Norma Shearer, Basil Rathbone) (MGM, 1929)
Their Own Desire (Norma Shearer, Robert Montgomery) (MGM, 1929)
Let Us Be Gay (Norma Shearer, Rod La Rocque) (MGM, 1930)
Riptide (Norma Shearer, Robert Montgomery) (MGM, 1934)
Idiot's Delight (Clark Gable, Norma Shearer) (MGM, 1939)
Escape (Norma Shearer, Robert Taylor) (MGM, 1940)
 

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Primetime January 7 Star of the Month Miriam Hopkins

The Smiling Lieutenant (Maurice Chevalier, Claudette Colbert) (Paramount, 1931)
Trouble in Paradise (Herbert Marshall, Miriam Hopkins) (Paramount, 1932)
Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde (Frederic March, Miriam Hopkins) (Paramount, 1932)
Design for Living (Frederic March, Miriam Hopkins) (Paramount, 1933)
Men are Not Gods (Miriam Hopkins, Gertrude Lawrence) (Dist. in the US by United Artists, 1937)
 

And then I guess they ran out of Hopkins films from the '30s they could show, so they finish the night with a film tied to the last one above by having the theme of not writing an honest review of an actor's performance of a play for the sake of preserving a romantic relationship:

Critic's Choice (Bob Hope, Lucille Ball) (Warner Bros., 1963)

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Daytime January 8 Elvis Presley Birthday Tribute (also will be my mom's 87th birthday, which means she was born one year exactly before Elvis. I love you, Mom!)

Jailhouse Rock (Elvis Presley, Judy Tyler) (MGM, 1957)
Viva Las Vegas! (Elvis Presley, Ann-Margaret) (MGM, 1964)
Girl Happy (Elvis Presley, Shelly Fabares) (MGM, 1965)
Spinout (Elvis Presley, Shelly Fabares) (MGM, 1966)
Double Trouble (Elvis Presley, Annette Day) (MGM, 1967)
Stay Away, Joe (Elvis Presley, Burgess Meredith) (MGM, 1968)
Charro! (Elvis Presley, Ina Balin) (National General, 1969)
The Trouble with Girls (Elvis Presley, Marlyn Mason) (MGM, 1969)

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Primetime January 8 What a Character! Pat Hingle

The Strange One (Ben Gazzara, Pat Hingle) (Columbia, 1957)
Splendor in the Grass (Warren Beatty, Natalie Wood) (Warner Bros., 1961)
Games (Simone Signoret, James Caan) (Universal,, 1967)
Hang 'Em High! (Clint Eastwood, Inger Stevens) (United Artists, 1968)

There's an unscheduled spot at 4:15 am ET.
 

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1 hour ago, sewhite2000 said:

And then I guess they ran out of Hopkins films from the '30s they could show, so they finish the night with a film tied to the last one above by having the theme of not writing an honest review of an actor's performance of a play for the sake of preserving a romantic relationship:

Critic's Choice (Bob Hope, Lucille Ball) (Warner Bros., 1963)

Well they could have shown THE OLD MAID (1939) but I think they saved that for a different week to go along with OLD ACQUAINTANCE (1943) the other Hopkins-Davis picture.

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Daytime January 9

Another Saturday, and the movies are all over the place thematically. Family friendly fare in the morning, some darker stuff in the afternoon. Quite a bit of animation and shorts. Looks like there's going to be a Bulldog Drummond movie every Saturday in January. Here are all the features that are airing:

King Kong (Fay Wray, Robert Armstrong) (RKO, 1933)
Bulldog Drummond's Bride (John Howard, Heather Angel) (Paramount, 1939)
The Big Heat (Glenn Ford, Gloria Grahame) (Columbia, 1953)
Killer Leopard (Johnny Sheffield, Beverly Garland) (Allied Artists, 1954)
The Angel Wore Red (Ava Gardner, Dirk Bogarde) (MGM, 1960)
Midnight Lace (Doris Day, Rex Harrison) (Universal, 1960)
Family Plot (Karen Black, Bruce Dern) (Universal, 1976)

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Primetime January 9 is a double feature: "Flight of the Innocent". Two Hitchcock classics with falsely accused people on the lam.

Saboteur (Priscilla Lane, Robert Cummings) (Universal, 1942)
North by Northwest (Cary Grant, Eva Marie Saint)  (MGM, 1959)

Then, it's Noir Alley:
The Glass Key (Alan Ladd, Veronica Lake) (Paramount, 1942)

Then a couple of random movies for the late night:
The Glass Slipper (Leslie Caron, Michael Wilding) (MGM, 1955)
It Happened at the World's Fair (Elvis Presley, Joan O'Brien) (MGM, 1963)

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Daytime January 10 Totally random, as far as i can tell:

Alice Adams (Katharine Hepburn, Fred MacMurray) (RKO, 1935)
The Romance of Ruby Ridge (Van Johnson, Thomas Mitchell) (MGM, 1947)

Then a rerun of last night's Noir Alley.

Then:

Theodora Goes Wild (Irene Dunne, Melvyn Douglas) (Columbia, 1936)
The Hucksters (Clark Gable, Deborah Kerr) (MGM, 1947)
All Fall Down (Eva Marie Saint, Warren Beatty) (MGM, 1962)
Cabaret (Liza Minelli, Michael York) (ABC, 1972)

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Primetime January 10 Anthony Hopkins Double Feature

84 Charing Cross Road (Anne Bancroft, Anthony Hopkins) (Columbia, 1987)
The Remains of the Day (Anthony Hopkins, Emma Thompson) (Columbia, 1993)

Silent Sunday Night is The Dumb Girl  of Portici (Anna Pavlova, Rupert Julian) (Universal, 1916)

And another Almodovar double feature for TCM Imports. I guess this is going to be the entire month. Dark Habits (1983) and What Have I Done to Deserve This? (1984)

What have I, what have I ....
 

 

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Daytime January 11 Birthday Tribute to Rod Taylor

Seven Seas to Calais (Rod Taylor, Keith Mitchell) (Dist. in US by MGM, 1962)
36 Hours (James Garner, Rod Taylor) (MGM, 1964)
The Liquidator (Rod Taylor, Trevor Howard) (MGM, 1965)
The Glass Bottom Boat (Doris Day, Rod Taylor) (MGM, 1966)
Hotel (Rod Taylor, Catherine Spaak) (Warner Bros., 1967)
Dark of the Sun (Rod Taylor, Yvette Mimieux) (MGM, 1968)
Trader Horn (Rod Taylor, Anne Heywood) (MGM, 1973)
 

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Primetime January 11 Produced by Alexander Korda. This must be a month-long theme.

A Knight without Armor (Marlene Dietrich, Robert Donat) (Dist. in the US by United Artists, 1937)
The Divorce of Lady X (Merle Oberon, Laurence Olivier) (Dist. in the US by United Artists, 1938)
The Four Feathers (John Clements, Ralph Richardson) (Dist. in the US by United Artists, 1939)
The Thief of Bagdad (Conrad Veidt, Sabu) (Dist. in the US by United Artists, 1940)
The Jungle Book (Sabu, Joseph Calleia) (Dist. in the US by United Artists, 1942)
Vacation from Marriage (Robert Donat, Deborah Kerr) (MGM, 1945)
An Ideal Husband (Paulette Goddard, Michael Wilding) (Dist. in the US by 20th Century Fox, 1948)

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January 12

The Studio System theme continues. Daytime is all RKO.

Swing Time (Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers) (1936)
Love Affair (Charles Boyer, Irene Dunne) (1939)
Citizen Kane (Orson Welles, Joseph Cotten) (1941)
The Set-Up (Robert Ryan, Audrey Totter) (1949)
His Kind of Woman (Robert Mitchum, Jane Russell) (1951)

And primetime is 20th Century Fox. Hooray!

Connecticut Yankee (Will Rogers, Maureen O'Sullivan) (1931)
The Little Princess (Shirley Temple, Richard Greene) (1939)
The Mark of Zorro (Tyrone Power, Basil Rathbone) (1940)
Down Argentine Way (Don Ameche, Betty Grable) (1940)
The Ghost & Mrs. Muir (Gene Tierney, Rex Harrison) (1947)
Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (Jane Russell, Marilyn Monroe) (1953)

 


 

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On 11/7/2020 at 4:15 AM, MovieCollectorOH said:

This looks like it will probably work.  For an early look, open this link and scroll to the bottom. 

https://www.moviecollectoroh.com/nightly/sched.htm

 

Thank you so much for your effort! I had pretty much lost hope that this would be possible moving forward.

Question: when you say that the info is all "there to begin with," do you mean that if I were to keep clicking ahead on the schedule, I'd eventually get to the January listings, or that this is all buried in the site's background data? In other words, is this info accessible on the site schedule to us non-tech-savvy types?

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Daytime January 13 "Kindertrauma". Looks like these are all films about children in some kind of danger from malevolent adults.

Curse of the Cat People (Kent Smith, Simone Simon) (RKO, 1944)
Night of the Hunter (Robert Mitchum, Shelly Winters) (United Artists, 1955)
Seance on a Wet Afternoon (Kim Stanley, Richard Attenborough) (Dist. in the US by Artixo Productions, 1964)
The Nanny (Bette Davis, Wendy Craig) (Dist. in the US by 20th Century Fox, 1965)
Bunny Lake is Missing (Kier Dullea, Carol Lynley) (Columbia, 1965)
Picture Mommy Dead (Don Ameche, Martha Hyer) (Embassy, 1966)
Our Mother's House (Dirk Bogarde, Margaret Leclere) (MGM, 1967)

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1 hour ago, keenimage said:

Thank you so much for your effort! I had pretty much lost hope that this would be possible moving forward.

Question: when you say that the info is all "there to begin with," do you mean that if I were to keep clicking ahead on the schedule, I'd eventually get to the January listings, or that this is all buried in the site's background data? In other words, is this info accessible on the site schedule to us non-tech-savvy types?

You're welcome.  It's simple enough for me to post.

This is not connected in any way to the "new" website.  See my "new feed" schedule for that - I am doing the same thing with that too - as a backup.  If you work your way ahead in the new official "Daily" schedule, you will see the same thing as you would if you scroll down on my "new feed" schedule.  They are both built from the exact same data.

What you see here is produced from a different system of data files which predates the new official schedule.  Hence "old feed".  At the moment it would appear this is still in use, but to be practical only time will tell.

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Primetime January 13 Whodunit Wednesdays? More murder mysteries, including a couple of funny ones.

The Phantom of Crestwood (Ricardo Cortez, Karen Morley) (RKO, 1933)
Before Midnight (Ralph Bellamy, June Collyer) (Columbia, 1934)
Mystery House (Dick Purcell, Ann Sheridan) (Warner Bros., 1938)
The Mystery of the 13th Guest (Dick Purcell, Helen Parrish) (Monogram, 1943)
10 Little Indians (Hugh O'Brian, Shirley Eaton) (Dist. in the US by Seven Arts, 1966)
Murder by Death (Peter Falk, Alec Guiness) (Columbia, 1976)
Clue (Eileen Brennan, Tim Curry) (Paramount, 1985)

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Daytime January 14 Russian Lit

Anna Karenina (Vivien Leigh, Ralph Richardson) (Dist. in the US by 20th Century Fox, 1948)
The Great Sinner (Gregory Peck, Ava Gardner) (MGM, 1949)
The Inspector General (Danny Kaye, Walter Slezak) (Warner Bros., 1949)
The Brothers Karamazov (Yul Brynner, Maria Schell) (MGM, 1958)
Le Notti Bianche (Maria Schell, Marcello Mastroianni) (Dist. in the US by United Motion Pictures Organization, 1961)
Dr. Zhivago (Omar Sharif, Julie Christie) (MGM, 1965)

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Primetime January 14 Star of the Month Miriam Hopkins

Wise Girl (Miriam Hopkins, Ray Milland) (RKO, 1937)
The Old Maid (Bette Davis, Miriam Hopkins) (Warner Bros., 1939)
Lady with Red Hair (Miriam Hopkins, Claude Rains) (Warner Bros., 1940)
Old Acquaintance (Bette Davis, Miriam Hopkins) (Warner Bros., 1943)

And then a couple of random MGMs to round out the late night programming:
Madame X (Gladys George, Warren William) (MGM, 1937)
Mr. Buddwing (James Garner, Jean Simmons) (MGM, 1966)

 

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Daytime January 15. The morning movies all feature Ann Miller.

Too Many Girls (Lucille Ball, Richard Carlson) (RKO, 1940)
Easter Parade (Fred Astaire, Judy Garland) (MGM, 1948)
Two Tickets to Broadway (Tony Martin, Janet Leigh) (RKO, 1951)
Kiss Me Kate (Howard Keel, Kathryn Grayson) (MGM, 1953)

And then the afternoon movies all feature Polly Bergen.

Escape from Fort Bravo (William Holden, Eleanor Parker) (MGM, 1953)
Cry of the Hunted (Vittorio Gassman, Barry Sullivan) (MGM, 1953)
Kisses for My President (Fred MacMurray, Polly Bergen) (Warner Bros., 1964)

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Primetime January 15 International Intrigue

The Third Man (Joseph Cotten, Alida Valli) (Dist. in the US by Selznick Releasing Co., 1950)
The Man Who Knew too Much (James Stewart, Doris Day)(Paramount, 1956)
Charade (Cary Grant, Audrey Hepburn) (Universal, 1963)

TCM Underground:

Pipe Dreams (Gladys Knight, Barry Hankerson) (1976) (There's no production company info on imdb)
Remember My Name (Geraldine Chaplin, Moses Gunn) (Columbia, 1978)
 

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4 hours ago, MovieCollectorOH said:

You're welcome.  It's simple enough for me to post.

This is not connected in any way to the "new" website.  See my "new feed" schedule for that - I am doing the same thing with that too - as a backup.  If you work your way ahead in the new official "Daily" schedule, you will see the same thing as you would if you scroll down on my "new feed" schedule.  They are both built from the exact same data.

What you see here is produced from a different system of data files which predates the new official schedule.  Hence "old feed".  At the moment it would appear this is still in use, but to be practical only time will tell.

I'm just pleased we didn't have to wait till next month to find out about January's schedule. :) 

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January 16 Daytime

Another Saturday! We're all over the map with shorts, cartoons, Bulldog Drummond, travelogues, serial chapters, family-friendly films and at least a couple of all-time classics. Here all the features that are airing:

Tarzan & the Green Goddess (Bruce Bennett, Ula Holt) (Principal Distributing, 1938)
Bulldog Drummond's Secret Police (John Howard, Heather Angel) (Paramount, 1939)
Action in the North Atlantic (Humphrey Bogart, Raymond Massey) (Warner Bros., 1943)
Rachel & the Stranger (Loretta Young, William Holden) (RKO, 1948)
Rear Window (James Stewart, Grace Kelly) (Paramount, 1954)
In the Heat of the Night (Sidney Poitier, Rod Steiger) (United Artists, 1967)
 

 

 

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January 16 Primetime

A double feature of adaptations of Alan Le May novels.

Along Came Jones (Gary Cooper, Loretta Young) (RKO, 1945)
The Searchers (John Wayne, Jeffrey Hunter) (Warner Bros., 1956)

Then it's Noir Alley.

Witness to Murder (Barbara Stanwyck, George Sanders) (United Artists, 1954)

The a couple of movies late night with "Falcon" in the title, although only one of them is about "The" Falcon.

The Falcon's Brother (George Sanders, Tom Conway) (RKO, 1942)
The Falcon and the Snowman (Timothy Hutton, Sean Penn) (Orion, 1985)

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