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15 hours ago, sewhite2000 said:

Daytime September 17 Magic Spells and Curses

The Magician (Alice Terry, Paul Weggener) (MGM, 1926)
The Phantom of Paris (John Gilbert, Leila Hyams) (MGM, 1931)
Miracles for Sale (Robert Young, Florence Rice) (MGM, 1939)
Fingers at the Window (Lew Ayres, Larraine Day) (MGM, 1942)
Carnival of Sinners (Pierre Fresnay, Josseline Gael) (Dist. in the US by Distinguished Films, Inc., 1947)
The Magician (Max von Sydow, Ingrid Thulin) (Dist. in the US by Janus, 1959)
The Hypnotic Eye (Jacques Bergerac, Merry Anders) (Allied Artists, 1960)
The Death Curse of Tartu (Fred Pinero, Babette Sherrill) (Thunderbird International Pictures, 1966)
The Witches (Joan Fontaine, Kay Walsh) (Dist. in the US by 20th Century Fox, 1967)

A lot I haven't seen...Probably will be spending all day in front of the T.V. Haha.

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Primetime September 17 there's no theme listed, and I haven't been able to figure out the connection. If anyone knows, please share!

Tortilla Flat (Spencer Tracy, Hedy Lamarr) (MGM, 1942)
The Misfits (Clark Cable, Marilyn Monroe) (United Artists, 1961)
Cool Hand Luke (Paul Newman, George Kennedy) (Warner Bros., 1967)

 

TCM Underground a kickboxer double feature?

Cyborg (Jean-Claude Van Damme, Deborah Richter) (The Cannon Group, 1989)
Bloodmatch (Thom Matthews, Hope Carlton) (Dist. in the US by HBO, 1991)

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Morning September 18 Saturday matinee, Little Johnny Jet, Popeye, Batman, travelogues, shorts. I'm only listing the features.

Danger Patrol (Sally Eilers, John Beal) (RKO, 1937)
Bachelor in Paradise (Bob Hope, Lana Turner) (MGM, 1961)

Afternoon appears to be unrelated big-name features

The Wild One (Marlon Brando, Mary Murphy) (Columbia, 1953)
The Harder They Fall (Humphrey Boart, Jan Sterling) (Columbia, 1956)
The Prize (Paul Newman, Elke Sommer (MGM, 1963)
Brainstorm (Christopher Walken, Natalie Wood) (MGM, 1983)

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On 8/5/2021 at 4:51 AM, sewhite2000 said:

Primetime September 5 Star of the Month Paul Robeson Night One

Body and Soul (Paul Robeson, Marshall Rogers) (Micheaux Film, 1925)
The Empreror Jones (United Artists, 1933)

Also, a 1979 documentary about Robeson.

Silent Sunday nights consists of three Harold Lloyd shorts from the early '20s.

TCM Imports. A double feature about mothers and sons

Aparajito (Pinaki Sengupta, Smaran Ghosal) (Dist. in the US by Edward Harrison, 1959)
Mother and Son (Aleksei  Ananishnov, Gudrun Geyer) (Dist. in the US by International Film Circuit, 1998)

According to my DVR, Mother and Son has been replaced by My Life as a Dog.  MovieCollectorOh's schedule confirms this.

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1 hour ago, Giggles Widlansky said:

According to my DVR, Mother and Son has been replaced by My Life as a Dog.  MovieCollectorOh's schedule confirms this.

Yes, the change was made to the TCM web schedule yesterday.  Mother and Son (1997) was scheduled to be a TCM premiere, but it is now removed.  Aparajito (1956) was moved up in the order for TCM Imports, and My Life As A Dog (1985) was added afterwards (not a premiere).  Unfortunately, it seems that scheduled premieres are often removed from the schedule before they get a chance to be shown.

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On 8/5/2021 at 2:51 AM, sewhite2000 said:

Aparajito (Pinaki Sengupta, Smaran Ghosal) (Dist. in the US by Edward Harrison, 1959)
Mother and Son (Aleksei  Ananishnov, Gudrun Geyer) (Dist. in the US by International Film Circuit, 1998)

Turns out Mother and Son has been cancelled and replaced with My Life as a Dog.

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While LOTS of great movies are listed for September, only these made my recording list:

9/9 PENN & TELLER GET KILLED ’89 (I'm a big P&T fan but never seen this)

9/12  SANDERS OF THE RIVER ’35 (a Paul Robeson I haven't seen)

9/9  THE LAST RIDE ’44  and LIZZIE ’57 (2 Eleanor Parkers I haven't seen)

9/17  MIRACLES FOR SALE ’39 (I love magicians/medium stories, think I've seen it, but worth watching again)

9/27  MAN WANTED ’32 (I love that title!)

9/19  SONG OF FREEDOM ’36 (I've seen this Paul Robeson before & loved it)

Everything else is available to be seen on demand on HBO Max.

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On 8/5/2021 at 3:18 AM, sewhite2000 said:

Primetime September 6 Ennio Morricone

The Battle of Algiers (Jean Martin, Yacef Saadi) (Dist. in the US by Allied Artists, 1967)
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (Clint Eastwood, Lee Van Cleef) (Dist. in the US by United Artists, 1967)
Cinema Paradiso (Phillipe Noiret, Enzo Cannavale) (Dist. in the US by Miramax, 1990)
Bugsy (Warren Beatty, Annette Benning) (TriStar, 1991)

 

Often TCM Canada can't get what TCM America is showing, and the replacement is below par.  But in this case Bugsy is replaced with Days of Heaven, which is both a Morricone film and better than Bugsy (which is a good film in itself.)

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