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Sahara, 1943 fFilm


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5 minutes ago, Mr. Chips said:

Why Doesn't TCM show 1943 Humphrey Bogart film Sahara anymore?

Sahara was made by Columbia and Bogart was loaned-out by Warner Bros for the film.      TCM tends to show films from the original Ted Turner library of films from studios Warner Bros,  MGM and RKO.        

Of course TCM does show film from other studios but they are sparse when compared to films from TCM's  parent,   Time  Warner, which took over the Turner library of films.

Note that most of the 51 Bogie films TCM is showing are from Warner Bros since Bogie was under contract with WB from 1936 until 1949. 

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5 hours ago, JamesJazGuitar said:

Sahara was made by Columbia and Bogart was loaned-out by Warner Bros for the film.      TCM tends to show films from the original Ted Turner library of films from studios Warner Bros,  MGM and RKO.        

Of course TCM does show film from other studios but they are sparse when compared to films from TCM's  parent,   Time  Warner, which took over the Turner library of films.

Note that most of the 51 Bogie films TCM is showing are from Warner Bros since Bogie was under contract with WB from 1936 until 1949. 

To illustrate your point, here are the 51 Bogart films TCM is showing in September together with the associated production company:

Title

Production Company

Across the Pacific (1942)

Warner Bros.

Action in the North Atlantic (1943)

Warner Bros.

African Queen, The (1951)

Horizon Pictures

All Through the Night (1942)

Warner Bros.

Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse, The (1938)

Warner Bros.

Big Shot, The (1942)

Warner Bros.

Big Sleep, The (1946)

Warner Bros.

Black Legion (1937)

Warner Bros.

Brother Orchid (1940)

Warner Bros.

Bullets or Ballots (1936)

Warner Bros.

Caine Mutiny, The (1954)

Columbia Pictures Corporation

Casablanca (1942)

Warner Bros.

Chain Lightning (1950)

Warner Bros.

China Clipper (1936)

Warner Bros.

Conflict (1945)

Warner Bros.

Crime School (1938)

Warner Bros.

Dark Passage (1947)

Warner Bros.

Dark Victory (1939)

Warner Bros.

Dead Reckoning (1947)

Columbia Pictures Corporation

Enforcer, The (1951)

United States Pictures

Great O'Malley, The (1937)

Warner Bros.

High Sierra (1941)

Warner Bros.

In a Lonely Place (1950)

Columbia Pictures Corporation

Invisible Stripes (1939)

Warner Bros.

Isle of Fury (1936)

Warner Bros.

It All Came True (1940)

Warner Bros.

Key Largo (1948)

Warner Bros.

Kid Galahad (1937)

Warner Bros.

King of the Underworld (1939)

Warner Bros.

Maltese Falcon, The (1941)

Warner Bros.

Marked Woman (1937)

Warner Bros.

Men Are Such Fools (1938)

Warner Bros.

Oklahoma Kid, The (1939)

Warner Bros.

One Fatal Hour (1936)

Warner Bros.

Passage to Marseille (1944)

Warner Bros.

Petrified Forest, The (1936)

Warner Bros.

Racket Busters (1938)

Warner Bros.

Return of Doctor X, The (1939)

Warner Bros.

Roaring Twenties, The (1939)

Warner Bros.

Sabrina (1954)

Paramount Pictures

San Quentin (1937)

Warner Bros.

Swing Your Lady (1938)

Warner Bros.

Thank Your Lucky Stars (1943)

Warner Bros.

They Drive by Night (1940)

Warner Bros.

To Have and Have Not (1944)

Warner Bros.

Tokyo Joe (1949)

Santana Pictures Corporation

Treasure of the Sierra Madre, The (1948)

Warner Bros.

Two Mrs. Carrolls, The (1947)

Warner Bros.

Wagons Roll at Night, The (1941)

Warner Bros.

You Can't Get Away with Murder (1939)

Warner Bros.

Virginia City (1940)

Warner Bros.

Of the 51 films, only 7 were not produced by Warner Brothers.

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