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Daytime February 25 Dream Cinema

I Walked with a Zombie (James Ellsion Frances Dee) (RKO, 1943)
Yolanda and the Thief (Fred Astaire, Lucille Bremer) (MGM, 1945)
The Red Shoes (Anton Walbrook, Maurius Gorig) (Eagle-Lion, 1948)
Brigadoon (Gene Kelly, Cyd Charise) (MGM, 1954)
Carnival of Souls (Candace Hilligoss, Sidney Berger) (Herts-Lion International Corp., 1962)
Juliet of the Spirits (Guilieta Masina, Sandra Milo) (Dist. in the US by Rizzoli, 1965)
The Exterminating Angel (Silvia Pinal, Claudio Brook) (Dist. in the US by Altura Films International, 1967)

I'm pretty sure Brigadoon is also part of the Kiss Connection monthly theme and is at least the second non-Noir Alley film to get two airings this month. If I ever finish this month, I'm going to back and see if I can figure which and how many films are getting multiple airings.

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Primetime February 25 Kiss Connection Night Four

Theodora Goes Wild (Irene Dunne, Melvyn Douglas) (Columbia, 1936)
Camille (Greta Garbo, Robert Taylor) (MGM, 1937)
Ninotchka (Greta Garbo, Melvyn Douglas) (MGM, 1939)
Boom Town (Clark Gable, Spencer Tracy) (MGM, 1940)
The Palm Beach Story (Claudette Colbert, Joel McCrea) (Paramount, 1942)
Mogambo (Clark Gable, Ava Gardner) (MGM, 1953)
Knights of the Round Table (Robert Taylor, Ava Gardner) (MGM, 1953)

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Daytime February 26 Strange Magic

Their Big Moment (Zasu Pitts, Slim Summerville) (RKO, 1934)
Miracles for Sale (Robert Young, Florence Rice) (MGM, 1939)
Fingers at the Window (Lew Ayres, Larraine Day) (MGM, 1942)
The Strange Mr. Gregory (Edmund Lowe, Jean Rogers) (Monogram, 1946)
The Mad Magician (Vincent Price, Mary Murphy) (Columbia, 1954)
Magic Boy (Katsuo Nakamura, Hiroko Sakuramachi) (Dist. in the US by MGM, 1961)
Two on a Guillotine (Connie Stevens, Dean Jones) (Warner Bros., 1965)

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This thing has fallen so far down, the alert that the November 2019 schedule is up is ahead of it. I need to finish this.

It appears primetime February 26 is still unscheduled, a large block of time. I'll have to check back.

But we do know what's on TCM Underground. Two late '80s films about guys on the run.

Out of Bounds (Anthony Michael Hall, Jenny Wright) (Columbia, 1986)
Hiding Out (Jon Cryer, Keith Coogan) (DeLaurentiis Entertainment Group, 1987)

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Daytime February 27. We begin with Saturday Matinee. I'm listing only the features.

The Longest Night (Robert Young, Florence Rice) (MGM, 1936)
Gunga Din (Cary Grant, Victor McLaglen) (RKO, 1939)
Dr. Kildare Goes Home (Lew Ayres, Lionel Barrymore) (MGM, 1940)
 

Then, it's random movie afternoon. Definitely some more fare intended for 31 Days of Oscar.

Knute Rockne, All-American  (Pat O'Brien, Gale Page) (Warner Bros., 1940)
12 Angry Men (Henry Fonda, Lee J. Cobb) (United Artists, 1957)
A Man for All Seasons (Paul Scofield, Wendy Hiller) (Columbia, 1966)
Chariots of Fire (Ben Cross, Ian Holm) (Dist. in the US by Warner Bros., 1981)

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Primetime February 27 Well, it says here the theme is Dances with Wolves. So guess what the movie is?

Dances with Wolves (Kevin Costner, Mary McDonnell) (Orion, 1990)

Noir Alley:
Odds Against Tomorrow (Harry Belafonte, Robert Ryan) (United Artists, 1959)

And then more random programming to round out the late night and leading into early morning before the Noir Alley rerun.

Girl Crazy (Mickey Rooney, Judy Garland) (MGM, 1943)
The Story of Three Loves (Pier Angeli, Ethel Barrymore) (MGM, 1953)
Quentin Durward (Robert Taylor, Kay Kendall) (MGM, 1955)
The Wind and the Lion (Sean Connery, Candice Bergen) (Columbia, 1975)

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Daytime February 28

A rerun of last night's Noir Alley and then a "random" Sunday full of movies that were probably intended for 31 Days of Oscar.

The Awful Truth (Cary Grant, Irene Dunne) (Columbia, 1937)
Rebel Without a Cause (James Dean, Natalie Wood) (Warner Bros., 1955)
Days of Wine and Roses (Jack Lemmon, Lee Remick) (Warner Bros., 1962)
To Sleep with Anger (Danny Glover, Paul Butler) (Samuel Goldwyn Co., 1990) 

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4 hours ago, sewhite2000 said:

Daytime February 28

A rerun of last night's Noir Alley and then a "random" Sunday full of movies that were probably intended for 31 Days of Oscar.

The Awful Truth (Cary Grant, Irene Dunne) (Columbia, 1937)
Rebel Without a Cause (James Dean, Natalie Wood) (Warner Bros., 1955)
Days of Wine and Roses (Jack Lemmon, Lee Remick) (Warner Bros., 1962)
To Sleep with Anger (Danny Glover, Paul Butler) (Samuel Goldwyn Co., 1990) 

To Sleep With Anger ('90) didn't win or wasn't nominated for oscars

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Yes, I know. All the others did. I actually paused before typing that sentence, thinking it probably needed more clarity, or someone will tell me I just said something stupid. Then I thought oh screw it, it's probably okay. But no, not around here!

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Hooray, it's the final night! Glad I finished this before the March schedule (hopefully) becomes available!

Primetime February 28 Zero Mostel Birthday Tribute

DuBarry Was a Lady (Red Skelton, Lucille Ball) (MGM, 1943)
The Front (Woody Allen, Zero Mostel) (Columbia, 1976)

TCM Imports begins with Yasujiro Ozu and then moves into a trio of Agnes Varda films, two of them are documentary shorts. I'm just listing the feature.

Walk Cheerfully (Minoru Takada, Hiroko Kawasaki) (Asakusa Teikokukan, 1930)
Lions Love (... and Lies) (Viva, James Rado) (Dist. in the US by Max L. Raab Productions, 1969)

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Days of Wine and Roses is a downer. Charles Bickford shoulda kicked the sheet outta Lemmon and then dragged his daughter back home, thrown ice cold water on her and force her to go thru cold turkey.

:)

DAYS OF WINE AND ROSES (1962) LEE REMICK, CHARLES BICKFORD DWRS 011P Stock  Photo - Alamy

Lee Remick Charles Bickford Editorial Stock Photo - Stock Image |  Shutterstock

worthless drunken sut!

Days of Wine and Roses Blu-ray Review | High Def Digest

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I just finished my DVR list for TCM February. What a relief no 31 days of Oscar. It was a good idea, but hard to play out imo.

Several notable titles have been pulled since the initial schedule link Ohio provided in November. THANK YOU again, Ohio for transcribing the schedule & Sewhite for breaking it down further.

I wholeheartedly recommend: WINGS OF DESIRE, CROSSING DELANCY, ATLANTIC CITY & THE GOODBYE GIRL to anyone who hasn't seen them. All excellent movies, all similar tones too. WINGS OF DESIRE is a romantic fantasy though.

I'm taking the opportunity to record a few Garfield films to make double feature DVDs to share with my Mom. One thriller noir type with Force of Evil/Out of The Fog and one romantic comedy Four Daughters/Daughters Courageous. I'm also making a triple feature of the films about writers leading double lives, I've never seen THEODORA GOES WILD because I'm not a big Irene Dunn fan, but maybe it'll change my mind.

I'm most interested in MAGIC BOY '59, the earliest Animae. Hope it's good.

Films on the orig schedule I was interested in that are missing:

The Strange Mr. Gregory '46, The Mad Magician '54 (Vincent Price-WAH!)

OK, now let's look forward to March....

 

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5 hours ago, TikiSoo said:

I just finished my DVR list for TCM February. What a relief no 31 days of Oscar. It was a good idea, but hard to play out imo.

Several notable titles have been pulled since the initial schedule link Ohio provided in November. THANK YOU again, Ohio for transcribing the schedule & Sewhite for breaking it down further.

I wholeheartedly recommend: WINGS OF DESIRE, CROSSING DELANCY, ATLANTIC CITY & THE GOODBYE GIRL to anyone who hasn't seen them. All excellent movies, all similar tones too. WINGS OF DESIRE is a romantic fantasy though.

I'm taking the opportunity to record a few Garfield films to make double feature DVDs to share with my Mom. One thriller noir type with Force of Evil/Out of The Fog and one romantic comedy Four Daughters/Daughters Courageous. I'm also making a triple feature of the films about writers leading double lives, I've never seen THEODORA GOES WILD because I'm not a big Irene Dunn fan, but maybe it'll change my mind.

I'm most interested in MAGIC BOY '59, the earliest Animae. Hope it's good.

Films on the orig schedule I was interested in that are missing:

The Strange Mr. Gregory '46, The Mad Magician '54 (Vincent Price-WAH!)

OK, now let's look forward to March....

 

I loved Theodora Goes Wild.  That was a fun movie. 

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