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Official Voting Thread for the 20th TCM PROGRAMMING CHALLENGE

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As the title suggests, this is the official voting thread for the 20th TCM Programming Challenge. There are many excellent schedules to choose from, which will all be reposted on this thread for your perusal. Unfortunately, SansFin's is no longer eligible to vote for, at SansFin's own request, but there are plenty of other options.


HOW TO VOTE: You have two options

1. PM me your choice

2. Post it on this thread



Voting closes in one week, which means in this case that you have until Monday November 7 at 11:59pm Pacific time.


Reread the schedules. Start deciding. And don't forget to leave nice comments about the schedules!



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*SCHEDULE #!: Sans Fin*



(But please leave nice comments about it anyway!)

{quote:title=SansFin wrote:}{quote}SansFin's Challenge Entry


March 18 to March 24, 2012


Celebrating the World's Great Film Festivals


18 Sunday: *The Con Film Festival*


6:00 AM *Trouble In Paradise* (1932) Herbert Marshall, Miriam Hopkins, Kay Francis. Dir: Ernst Lubitsch. Paramount, 82 mins., P/S

7:30 AM *A Lady Of Chance* (1928) Norma Shearer, Lowell Sherman, Gwen Lee. Dir: Robert Z. Leonard. MGM, 78 mins.

9:00 AM *New Adventures of Get Rich Quick Wallingford* (1931) William Haines, Jimmy Durante, Leila Hyams. Dir: Sam Wood. MGM, 95 mins.

10:45 AM *Bedtime Story* (1964) Marlon Brando, David Niven, Shirley Jones. Dir: Ralph Levy. Universal, 99 mins., P/S

12:30 PM *The Lady Eve* (1941) Barbara Stanwyck, Henry Fonda, Charles Coburn. Dir: Preston Sturges. Paramount, 94 mins., P/S

2:15 PM *The Last of Mrs. Cheyney* (1929) Norma Shearer, Basil Rathbone, Hedda Hopper. Dir:Sidney Franklin. MGM, 94 mins.

4:00 PM *The Last Of Mrs. Cheyney* (1937) Joan Crawford, Robert Montgomery, William Powell. Dir: Richard Boleslawski. MGM, 98 mins.

5:45 PM *The Sting* (1973) Paul Newman, Robert Redford, Robert Shaw. Dir: George Roy Hill. Universal, 129 mins., P/S



My first crush on an American actor.

8:00 PM *The Thomas Crown Affair* (1968) Steve McQueen, Faye Dunaway, Paul Burke. Dir: Norman Jewison. UA, 102 mins., P/S

The first movie my fiance and I saw together.

9:45 PM *How to Steal a Million* (1966) Audrey Hepburn, Peter O'Toole, Eli Wallach. Dir: William Wyler. WWP, 127 mins. Premiere


Silent Sunday Night

The first movie from which I wanted something

12:00 AM *Tretya meshchanskaya* (1927) Nikolai Batalov, Lyudmila Semyonova, Leonid Yurenyov. Dir: Abram Room. Sovkino, 95 mins., Exempt


TCM Import

The last movie my mother and I watched together.

1:45 AM *Tsirk sgorel, i klouny razbezhalis* (1998) Nikolai Karachentsov, Tanya Yu, Zinaida Sharko. Dir: Vladimir Bortko. Lenfilm Studio, 114 mins., Exempt


The first DVD I was given.

3:45 AM *All That Jazz* (1979) Roy Scheider, Ann Reinking, Ben Vereen. Dir: Bob Fosse.Fox, 123 mins., Premiere



19 Monday: *Irving Berlin's Film Festival*


6:00 AM *There's No Business Like Show Business* (1954) Ethel Merman, Donald O'Connor, Marilyn Monroe. Dir: Walter Lang. Fox, 117 mins., Premiere

8:00 AM *White Christmas* (1954) Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, Rosemary Clooney. Dir: Michael Curtiz. Paramount, 120 mins., P/S

10:00 AM *Holiday Inn* (1942) Bing Crosby, Fred Astaire, Marjorie Reynolds. Dir: Mark Sandrich. Paramount, 101 mins., P/S

11:45 AM *Easter Parade* (1948) Fred Astaire, Judy Garland, Ann Miller. Dir: Charles Walters. MGM, 107 mins.

1:45 PM *This Is the Army* (1943) George Murphy, Joan Leslie, Ronald Reagan. Dir: Michael Curtiz. WB, 125 mins.

4:00 PM *Annie Get Your Gun* (1950) Betty Hutton, Howard Keel, Edward Arnold. Dir: George Sidney. MGM, 107 mins.

6:00 PM *Alexander's Ragtime Band* (1938) Tyrone Power, Alice Faye, Don Ameche. Dir: Henry King. Fox, 106mins., Premiere


*Do Not Quit Your Day Job*

Shelock Holmes Sings!

8:00 PM *The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes* (1939) Basil Rathbone, Nigel Bruce, Ida Lupino. Dir: Fred L. Werker. Fox, 85 mins., P/S

Dr. Watson Sings!

9:30 PM *Pursuit to Algiers* (1945) Basil Rathbone, Nigel Bruce, Marjorie Riordan. Dir: Roy William Neill. Universal, 65 mins., P/S

A spy moonlights as a ventriloquist.

10:45 AM *Mr. Moto's Last Warning* (1939) Peter Lorre, Ricardo Cortez, Virginia Field. Dir: Norman Foster. Fox, 71 mins., Premiere

Fighter pilots sing!

12:00 AM *The Dawn Patrol* (1938) Errol Flynn, Basil Rathbone, David Niven. Dir: Edmund Goulding. WB, 103 mins.

A General sings a love song!

1:45 AM *Call Me Madam* (1953) Ethel Merman, Vera-Ellen, Donald O'Connor. Dir: Walter Lang. Fox, 114 mins., P/S

A gold-digger sings the Blues.

3:45 AM *Midnight* (1939) Claudette Colbert, Don Ameche, John Barrymore. Dir: Mitchell Leisen. Paramount, 94 mins., P/S

5:30 AM Now Playing - March, 2012. 30 mins.



20 Tuesday: *NYC's Trifecta Festival*


6:00 AM *The Rocking Horse Winner* (1949) Valerie Hobson, John Howard Davies, John Mills. Dir: Anthony Pelissier. Two Cities, 92 mins., P/S

7:45 AM *Don't Bet On Blondes* (1935) Warren William, Claire Dodd, Errol Flynn. Dir: Robert Florey. WB, 59 mins.

8:45 AM *The Story Of Seabiscuit* (1949) Shirley Temple, Barry Fitzgerald, Lon McCallister. Dir: David Butler. WBP, 98 mins., P/S

10:30 AM *Stablemates* (1938) Wallace Beery, Mickey Rooney, Margaret Hamilton. Dir: Sam Wood. MGM, 90 mins.

12:00 PM *My Brother Talks To Horses* (1946) Butch Jenkins, Peter Lawford, Charlie Ruggles. Dir: Fred Zinnemann. MGM, 92 mins.

1:45 PM *Three Men On A Horse* (1936) Frank McHugh, Sam Levene, Joan Blondell. Dir: Mervyn LeRoy. WB, 86 mins.

3:15 PM *Harrigan's Kid* (1943) Bobby Readick, Frank Craven, William Gargan. Dir: Charles F. Reisner. MGM, 80 mins.

4:45 PM *Sporting Blood* (1931) Clark Gable, Ernest Torrence, Madge Evans. Dir: Charles Brabin. MGM, 82 mins.

6:15 PM *Broadway Bill* (1934) Warner Baxter, Myrna Loy, Helen Vinson. Dir: Frank Capra. Columbia, 104 mins., P/S


*Star of the Month: Steve McQueen*

8:00 PM *The War Lover* (1962) Steve McQueen, Robert Wagner, Shirley Anne Field. Dir: Philip Leacock.Columbia, 105 mins., Premiere

9:45 PM *Papillon* (1973) Steve McQueen, Dustin Hoffman, Anthony Zerbe. Dir: Franklin J. Schaffner. Columbia, 151 mins., P/S

12:30 AM *Love With The Proper Stranger* (1964) Steve McQueen, Natalie Wood, Tom Bosley. Dir: Robert Mulligan. Paramount, 100 mins., P/S

2:15 AM *The Reivers* (1969) Steve McQueen, Rupert Crosse, Mitch Vogel. Dir: Mark Rydell. Duo, 111 mins., P/S

4:15 AM *Junior Bonner* (1972) Steve McQueen, Robert Preston, Ida Lupino. Dir: Sam Peckinpah. Solar, 100 mins., P/S



21 Wednesday: *Films In Moscow Festival*


6:00 AM *Song Of Russia* (1943) Robert Taylor, Susan Peters, John Hodiak. Dir: Gregory Ratoff. MGM, 107 mins.

8:00 AM *Mission To Moscow* (1943) Walter Huston, Ann Harding, Eleanor Parker. Dir: Michael Curtiz. WB, 123 mins.

10:15 AM *Scarlet Dawn* (1932) Douglas Fairbanks Jr, Nancy Carroll, Earle Foxe. Dir: William Dieterle. WB, 57 mins.

11:15 AM *Ninotchka* (1939) Greta Garbo, Melvyn Douglas, Ina Claire. Dir: Ernst Lubitsch. MGM, 110 mins.

1:15 PM *Comrade X* (1940) Clark Gable, Hedy Lamarr, Felix Bressart. Dir: King Vidor. MGM, 87 mins.

2:45 PM *Tovarich* (1937) Claudette Colbert, Charles Boyer, Basil Rathbone. Dir: Anatole Litvak. WB, 92 mins.

4:30 PM *War and Peace* (1956) Audrey Hepburn, Henry Fonda, Mel Ferrer. Dir: King Vidor. Paramount, 208 mins., P/S


*You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.* - The Princess Bride.

8:00 PM *The Gay Bride* (1934) Carole Lombard, Chester Morris, ZaSu Pitts. Dir: Jack Conway. MGM, 80 mins.

9:30 PM *The Gay Desperado* (1936) Ida Lupino, Nino Martini, Leo Carillo. Dir: Rouben Mamoulian. UA, 87 mins., P/S

11:00 PM *The Gay Divorcee* (1934) Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers, Edward Everett Horton. Dir: Mark Sandrich. RKO, 105 mins.

12:45 AM *In Gay Madrid* (1930) Ramon Novarro, Dorothy Jordan, Lottice Howell. Dir: Robert Z. Leonard. MGM, 82 mins.

2:15 AM *The Gay Deceiver* (1926) Lew Cody, Malcolm McGregor, Marceline Day. Dir: John M. Stahl. MGM, 70 mins.

3:30 AM *The Gay Old Bird* (1927) Louise Fazenda, John T. Murray, Jane Winton. Dir: Herman C. Raymaker. WB, 70 mins.

4:45 AM *The Gay Diplomat* (1931) Ivan Lebedeff, Betty Compson, Genevieve Tobin. Dir: Richard Boleslawski. RKO, 66 mins.



22 Thursday: *Dance in the Sun Film Festival*


6:00 AM *Sumurun* (1920) Ernst Lubitsch, Pola Negri, Paul Wegener. Dir: Ernst Lubitsch. PAGU, 115 mins., Premiere

8:00 AM *Harem Girl* (1952) Joan Davis, Peggie Castle, Arthur Blake. Dir: Edward Bernds. Columbia, 71 mins., P/S

9:15 AM *Solomon And Sheba* (1959) Yul Brynner, Gina Lollobrigida, George Sanders. Dir: King Vidor. UA, 141 mins., P/S

11:45 AM *Arabian Nights* (1942) Sabu, Jon Hall, Maria Montez. Dir: John Rawlins. Universal, 86 mins., P/S

1:15 PM *Bitter Victory* (1958) Richard Burton, Curt Jurgens, Ruth Roman. Dir: Nicholas Ray. Columbia, 102 mins., P/S

3:00 PM *Piccadilly* (1929) Gilda Gray, Jameson Thomas, Anna May Wong. Dir: E.A. Dupont. BIP, 109 mins., P/S

5:00 PM *Tanned Legs* (1929) June Clyde, Arthur Lake, Sally Blane. Dir: Marshall Neilan. RKO, 66 mins.

6:15 PM *After The Fox* (1966) Peter Sellers, Victor Mature, Britt Ekland. Dir: Vittorio De Sica. CCM, 103 mins., P/S


*Hubert de Givenchy* Costume Designer par excellence

8:00 PM *Sabrina* (1954) Humphrey Bogart, Audrey Hepburn, William Holden. Dir: Billy Wilder. Paramount, 112 mins., P/S

10:00 PM *Funny Face* (1957) Fred Astaire, Audrey Hepburn, Kay Thompson. Dir: Stanley Donen. Paramount, 103 mins., P/S

11:45 PM *Charade* (1963) Cary Grant, Audrey Hepburn, Walter Matthau. Dir: Stanley Donen. JAR, 113 mins., P/S

1:45 AM *Paris When It Sizzles* (1964) Audrey Hepburn, William Holden, Noel Coward. Dir: Richard Quine. Quine, 110 mins., P/S

3:45 AM *Love In The Afternoon* (1957) Gary Cooper, Audrey Hepburn, Maurice Chevalier. Dir: Billy Wilder. Allied, 130 mins., P/S



23 Friday: *The Merchant of Venice Film Festival*


6:00 AM *Counsellor at Law* (1933) John Barrymore, Bebe Daniels, Melvyn Douglas. Dir: William Wyler. Universal, 82 mins., P/S

7:30 AM *The People Against O'Hara* (1951) Spencer Tracy, Diana Lynn, Pat O'Brien. Dir: John Sturges. MGM, 102 mins.

9:15 AM *The Devil and Daniel Webster* (1941) Walter Huston, Edward Arnold, John Craig. Dir: William Dieterle. Dieterle, 112 mins., P/S

11:15 AM *The Fortune Cookie* (1966) Jack Lemmon, Walter Matthau, Cliff Osmond. Dir: Billy Wilder. UA, 126 mins., P/S

1:30 PM *To Kill A Mockingbird* (1962) Gregory Peck, Mary Badham, Philip Alford. Dir: Robert Mulligan. Brentwood, 129 mins., P/S

3:45 PM *Inherit The Wind* (1960) Spencer Tracy, Fredric March, Gene Kelly. Dir: Stanley Kramer. UA, 128 mins., P/S

6:00 PM *Witness For The Prosecution* (1957) Charles Laughton, Tyrone Power, Marlene Dietrich. Dir: Billy Wilder. UA, 116 mins., P/S


*Werner Von Braun's Birthday*

8:00 PM *The Right Stuff* (1983) Sam Shepard, Scott Glenn, Ed Harris. Dir: Philip Kaufman. Ladd, 193 mins., P/S

11:15 PM *2001: A Space Odyssey* (1968) Keir Dullea, William Sylvester, Gary Lockwood. Dir: Stanley Kubrick. MGM, 149 mins., P/S

1:45 AM *A Trip to the Moon* (1902) Georges Melies, Henri Delannoy, Bleuette Bernon. Dir: Georges Melies. Star Film, 14 mins., P/S


*TCM Underground*

2:00 AM *12 to the Moon* (1960) Ken Clark, Michi Kobi, Tom Conway. Dir: David Bradley. Columbia, 74 mins., Exempt


3:15 AM *Have Rocket, Will Travel* (1959) The Three Stooges, Jerome Cowan, Robert Colbert. Dir: David Lowell Rich. Columbia, 76 mins., P/S

4:45 AM *The Lost Missile* (1958) Robert Loggia, Ellen Parker, Phillip Pine. Dir: William Berke. UA, 70 mins., P/S



24 Saturday: *Ann Arbor Festival of Experiments*


6:00 AM *Frankenstein* (1931) Colin Clive, Mae Clarke, Boris Karloff. Dir: James Whale. Universal, 70 mins., P/S

7:15 AM *Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde* (1932) Fredric March, Miriam Hopkins, Rose Hobart. Dir: Rouben Mamoulian. MGM, 96 mins.

9:00 AM *Donovan's Brain* (1953) Lew Ayres, Gene Evans, Nancy Davis. Dir: Felix E. Feist. UA, 83 mins., P/S

10:30 AM *Doctor X* (1932) Lee Tracy, Lionel Atwill, Fay Wray. Dir: Michael Curtiz. First National, 76 mins., P/S

12:00 PM *The Return Of Doctor X* (1939) Humphrey Bogart, Rosemary Lane, Dennis Morgan. Dir: Vincent Sherman. WB, 63 mins.

1:15 PM *The Man They Could Not Hang* (1939) Boris Karloff, Lorna Gray, Robert Wilcox. Dir: Nick Grinde. Columbia, 70 mins., P/S

2:30 PM *The Invisible Ray* (1936) Bela Lugosi, Frances Drake, Frank Lawton. Dir: Lambert Hillyer. Universal, 79 mins., P/S

4:00 PM *The Invisible Man* (1933) Claude Rains, Gloria Stuart, William Harrigan. Dir: James Whale. Universal, 72 mins., P/S

5:15 PM *The Invisible Boy* (1957) Richard Eyer, Philip Abbott, Harold J. Stone. Dir: Herman Hoffman. MGM, 90 mins.

6:45 PM *The Invisible Woman* (1940) Virginia Bruce, John Barrymore, Charles Ruggles. Dir: A. Edward Sutherland, Universal, 72 mins., Premiere


*TCM Essential*

8:00 PM *Laura* (1944) Dana Andrews, Gene Tierney, Clifton Webb. Dir: Otto Preminger. Fox, 87 mins., Premiere


Dana Andrews continues the night.

9:30 PM *Where the Sidewalk Ends* (1950) Dana Andrews, Gene Tierney, Bert Freed. Dir: Otto Preminger. Fox, 95 mins., P/S

11:15 PM *I Want You* (1951) Dana Andrews, Dorothy McGuire, Farley Granger. Dir: Mark Robson. RKO, 102 mins.

1:00 AM *While The City Sleeps* (1956) Dana Andrews, Ida Lupino, Vincent Price. Dir: Fritz Lang. RKO, 100 mins.

2:45 AM *Up In Arms* (1944) Dana Andrews, Danny Kaye, Dinah Shore. Dir: Elliott Nugent. RKO, 105 mins.

4:30 AM *Beyond A Reasonable Doubt* (1956) Dana Andrews, Joan Fontaine, Sidney Blackmer. Dir: Fritz Lang. RKO, 80 mins.




There's No Business Like Show Business

Alexander's Ragtime Band


The Invisible Woman

How to Steal a Million


Mr. Moto's Last Warning

All That Jazz

The War Lover



{quote:title=SansFin wrote:}{quote}SansFin's Challenge Entry Programming Notes.

March 18 to March 24, 2012


TCM has been paying tribute to film festivals around the world. I wondered what it would be like for people who do not properly hear the names or who misunderstand what is being said. The great variance from my original thoughts was that Friday was first to be The Venus Film Festival. The sci-fi and horror movies fitting for Saturday's The Ann Arbor Experiments Festival would have overloaded the schedule with those genres if I had not changed Friday to be of lawyers. I first wished to make it a day of surgeons performing miraculous surgeries. I did not do that as it may have been too esoteric and I had no way of searching for movies depicting bloodless amputations.


I did have a choice of the Toronto, Moscow, Tokyo or Telluride festivals. After picking movies for those names and moving them around I found Moscow the only one in which everything fit nicely with all good movies and not having to settle for a so-so film only because it would fit.


I wished to have a tribute on Monday, March 19th to Sir Richard Burton. He was a 19th Century author, ethnologist, and explorer. His only link to movies was to have another person with the same name become a star in the 20th Century. It is sad to say I could not find enough movies related to his deeds.


It was not easy to chose movies reflecting myself in any meaningful way. It is only very recently that movies have been made which portray my country in other than paeans or set during the Great Patriotic War. I worked in drab little offices most of my life and there are few movies about people like that. I had to chose movies that were at meaningful points in my life.


My first crush on an American actor was Steve McQueen in *The Thomas Crown Affair* (1968). The first movie Capuchin and I saw together was *How to Steal a Million*(1966).


I am told that when I was very little I saw a rug in the market which I wanted very much because it belonged to 'the beautiful woman'. I was so very young I did not know how to explain I had seen it in a movie. It was much later that my uncle recognized it as like one in *Tretya meshchanskaya* (1927).


The last movie my mother and I watched together was *Tsirk sgorel, i klouny razbezhalis* (1998). It is a very deep and moving film about shallow people.


The very first DVD I was ever given is *All That Jazz* (1979).


My tribute to a person in the background could have been Irving Berlin. That would have been like cheating because it was not done to meet the Challenge requirement. I wished to make one for Givenchy because the clothes are so beautiful. It also let me schedule many of my favorite Audrey Hepburn movies.


I believe all the themes and the movies I choose need no explanation. Some of it is silly. I think they are all good movies.


This is the first Challenge I have entered where I did not have to settle for a second-choice movie to fill a time slot because a first-choice movie did not fit.


I thank you very much for setting an excellent Challenge!



There's No Business Like Show Business

Alexander's Ragtime Band


The Invisible Woman

How to Steal a Million


Mr. Moto's Last Warning

All That Jazz

The War Lover



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*SCHEDULE #2: James in Arlington*


{quote:title=JamesinArlington wrote:}{quote}Well, I got it finished today after all! Here's my entry for the contest:*


Sunday, February 12th



Behind the scenes - celebrating some of the greatest film composers of all time



6:00 AM The Fly (1986) Jeff Goldblum, Geena Davis. Dir: David Cronenberg. Brooksfilms Color-96 min. P/S*

*8:00 AM Viva Zapata! (1952) Marlon Brando, Jean Peters. Dir: Elia Kazan. 20th Century Fox BW-113 min. P/S*

*10:00 AM Alice in Wonderland (1933) Richard Arlen, Roscoe Yates. Dir: Norman McLeod. Paramount BW-76 min. P/S*

*11:30 AM Saturday's Hero (1951) John Derek, Donna Reed. Dir: David Miller. Columbia BW-111 min. P/S*

*1:30 PM The Lady in Red (1979) Pamela Sue Martin, . Dir: Lewis Teague. New World Pictures Color-93 min. Premiere*

*3:30 PM Jane Eyre (1943) Orson Welles, Joan Fontaine. Dir: Robert Stevenson. 20th Century Fox BW-97 min. P/S*

*5:30 PM Gidget (1959) Sandra Dee, James Darren. Dir: Paul Wendkos. Columbia Color-95 min. P/S*

*7:30 PM John Williams: Creating a Musicial Tradition (2007) John Williams. Dir: Greg Carson. MGM Color-20 min. P/S*

*8:00 PM King Rat (1965) George Segal, Tom Courtenay. Dir: Bryan Forbes. Columbia BW-134 min. P/S*

*10:30 PM Flaming Star (1960) Elvis Presley, Barbara Eden. Dir: Don Siegel. 20th Century Fox Color-101 min. P/S*

*12:30 AM A Fistful of Dollars (1964) Clint Eastwood, Marianne Koch. Dir: Sergio Leone. United Artists Color-99 min. P/S



Silent Sunday Night



12:30 AM The Bondman (1916) William Farnum, L.O. Hart. Dir: Edgar Lewis. Fox Film Corporation BW-40 min. Exempt*

*1:15 AM Side Street (1929) Tom Moore, Owen Moore. Dir: Malcolm St. Clair. RKO BW-74 min. Exempt



TCM Imports



2:30 AM The Czar Wants to Sleep (1934) Mikhail Yanshin, Nina Shaternikova. Dir: Alexander Faintsimmer. Belgoskino BW-87 min. Exempt*

*4:00 AM Alexander Nevsky (1938) Nikolai Cherkasov, Nikolai Okhlopkov. Dir: Sergei Eisenstein. Mosfilm BW-112 min. P/S




*Monday, February 13th



Oliver Reed Birthday Tribute



6:00 AM The Angry Silence (1960) Richard Attenborough, Pier Angeli. Dir: Guy Green. British Lion Film Corp. BW-95 min. P/S*

*7:45 AM Hannibal Brooks (1969) Oliver Reed, John Alderton. Dir: Michael Winner. United Artists Color-102 min. P/S*

*9:30 AM Royal Flash (1975) Malcolm McDowell, Alan Bates. Dir: Richard Lester. 20th Century Fox Color-102 min. P/S*

*11:15 AM Oliver! (1968) Mark Lester, Ron Moody. Dir: Carol Reed. Romulus Films Color-153 min. P/S



Acknowledging today in history - Chuck Yeager's flight breaking the sound barrier




*2:00 PM The Sound Barrier (1952) Ralph Richardson, Ann Todd. Dir: David Lean. British Lion Film Corp. BW-118 min. P/S*

*4:00 PM Crashing the Water Barrier (1956) Jay Jackson, Donald Campbell. Dir: Konstantin Kalser. Warner Brothers Color-9 min. P/S*

*4:15 PM Speed (1984) James Burke, Monty Cox. Dir: Greg MacGillivray. MacGillivray Freeman Films Color-30 min. Exempt*

*4:45 PM Speed (1936) James Stewart, Wendy Barrie. Dir: Edwin Marin. MGM BW-70 min. P/S*

*6:00 PM Jet Pilot (1957) John Wayne, Janet Leigh. Dir: Josef von Sternberg. RKO Color-112 min. P/S



Noting the publication of the last-ever original "Peanuts" comic strip on this day



8:00 PM A Boy Named Charlie Brown (1969) Peter Robbins, Pamelyn Ferdin. Dir: Bill Melendez. Cinema Center Films Color-86 min. Premiere*

*9:30 PM Charlie Brown and Charles Schultz (1969) Vince Guaraldi, Charles Schultz. Dir: Bill Melendez. CBS Color-30 min. Exempt



Kim Novak Birthday Tribute



10:00 PM Jeanne Eagles (1957) Kim Novak, Jeff Chandler. Dir: George Sidney. Columbia BW-108 min. P/S*

*12:00 AM Pushover (1954) Fred MacMurray, Kim Novak. Dir: Richard Quine. Columbia BW-88 min. P/S*

*1:30 AM What's My Line (Episode #298) (1956) John Daly, Arlene Francis. Dir: Franklin Heller. CBS BW-30 min. Exempt*

*2:00 AM Boys' Night Out (1962) Kim Novak, James Garner. Dir: Michael Gordon. MGM Color-115 min. P/S*

*4:00 AM Strangers When We Meet (1960) Kirk Douglas, Kim Novak. Dir: Richard Quine. Columbia Color-117 min. P/S




*Tuesday, February 14th



Lois Maxwell Birthday Tribute



6:00 AM Age of Innocence (1977) David Warner, Honor Blackman. Dir: Alan Bridges. The Rank Organization Color-101 min. Premiere*

*7:45 AM From Russia With Love (1963) Sean Connery, Robert Shaw. Dir: Terence Young. United Artists Color-115 min. P/S*

*9:45 AM OSS (episode "Operation Orange Blossom") (1957) Ron Randell, Lois Maxwell. Dir: Allan Davis. ITC BW-30 min. Exempt*

*10:15 AM The Crime Doctor's Diary (1950) Warner Baxter, Stephen Dunne. Dir: Seymour Friedman. Columbia BW-61 min. P/S



Gregory Hines Birthday Tribute



11:30 AM The Cotton Club (1984) Richard Gere, Gregory Hines. Dir: Francis Ford Coppola. Zoetrope Studios Color-127 min. P/S*

*1:45 PM White Nights (1985) Mikhail Baryshnikhov, Gregory Hines. Dir: Taylor Hackford. Columbia Color-136 min. P/S*

*4:00 PM Wolfen (1981) Albert Finney, Diana Venora. Dir: Miochael Wadleigh. Orion Pictures Color-113 min. P/S



Noting the historical event of the day - Alexander Graham Bell's filing for the patent on the invention of the telephone



6:00 PM The Conversation (1974) Gene Hackman, John Cazale. Dir: Francis Ford Coppola. Paramount Color-113 min. P/S



Continuing to celebrate Bell's patent, but with a little romance to honor Valentine's Day



8:00 PM Bells Are Ringing (1960) Judy Holliday, Dean Martin. Dir: Vincente Minelli. MGM Color-126 min. P/S



And more films about the telephone, to honor Mr. Bell



10:15 PM The Fairy of the Phone (1936) Charlotte Leigh. Dir: William Coldstream. GPO Film Unit BW-10 min. P/S*

*10:30 PM I've Got Your Number (1934) Joan Blondell, Pat O'Brien. Dir: Ray Enright. Warner Brothers BW-69 min. P/S*

*11:45 PM How to Use the Dial Telephone (1927) AT&T BW-7 min. P/S*

*12:00 AM Sorry, Wrong Number (1948) Barbara Stanwyck, Burt Lancaster. Dir: Anatole Litvak. Paramount BW-89 min. P/S*

*1:30 AM Dial M For Murder (1954) Ray Milland, Grace Kelly. Dir: Alfred Hitchcock. Warner Brothers Color-105 min. P/S*

*3:30 AM The Bell Telephone Hour (episode "Adventures in Music") (1969) Harry Belafonte, Maurice Evans. Dir: Bill Colleran. Henry Jaffe Enterprises Color-60 min. Exempt*

*4:45 AM Ladies Should Listen (1934) Cary Grant, Frances Drake. Dir: Frank Tuttle. Paramount BW-62 min. P/S




*Wednesday, February 15th



Claire Bloom Birthday Tribute



6:00 AM The Brothers Karamazov (1958) Yul Brenner, Maria Schell. Dir: Richard Brooks. MGM Color-145 min. P/S*

*8:30 AM The Spy Who Came in From the Cold (1965) Richard Burton, Oskar Werner. Dir: Martin Ritt. Paramount BW-112 min. P/S*

*10:30 AM Limelight (1952) Charles Chaplin, Claire Bloom. Dir: Charles Chaplin. United Artists BW-137 min. P/S*

*12:45 PM Innocents in Paris (1953) Alastair Sim, Ronald Shiner. Dir: Gordon Parry. Romulus Films BW-102 min. Premiere



Films honoring today's event in history - the founding of the city of St. Louis



2:30 PM The Pride of St. Louis (1952) Dan Dailey, Joanne Dru. Dir: Harmon Jones. 20th Century Fox BW-93 min. P/S*

*4:15 PM Belle of the Nineties (1934) Mae West, Roger Pryor. Dir: Leo McCarey. Paramount BW-73 min. P/S*

*5:30 PM Visiting St. Louis (1904) James FitzPatrick. Dir: James FitzPatrick. MGM Color-9 min. P/S*

*5:45 PM Meet Me in St. Louis (1944) Judy Garland, Margaret O'Brien. Dir: Vincente Minelli. MGM Color-113 min. P/S*

*7:45 PM Opening Ceremonies, St. Louis Exposition (1904 American Mutoscope and Biograph BW-4 min. P/S



Cesar Romero Birthday Tribute



8:00 PM Julia Misbehaves (1948) Greer Garson, Walter Pidgeon. Dir: Jack Conway. MGM BW-99 min. P/S*

*9:45 PM Metropolitan (1935) Lawrence Tibbett, Virginia Bruce. Dir: Richard Boleslawski. 20th Century Fox BW-79 min. P/S*

*11:15 PM Batman (1966) Adam West, Burt Ward. Dir: Jack Semple. 20th Century Fox Color-105 min. P/S*

*12:45 AM If a Man Answers (1962) Sandra Dee, Bobby Darin. Dir: Henry Levin. Universal International Pictures Color-102 min. P/S*

*2:30 AM Passport to Danger (episode "Casablanca") (1954) Cesar Romero, Hillary Brooke. Dir: Sobey Martin. Rabco TV Production BW-30 min. Exempt*

*3:00 AM The Shadow Laughs (1933) Hal Skelly, Ross Hobart. Dir: Arthur Hoerl. Sinister Pictures BW-67 min. Premiere



And an interesting movie that has nothing to do with any other theme, except for sharing a title with an earlier film today



4:15 AM Metropolitan (1990) Carolyn Farina, Edward Clements. Dir: Leslie Martinson. New Line Cinema Color-98 min. Premiere




*Thursday, February 16th



Background theme - All About Me!



6:00 AM I, Claudius (episode 1: "A Touch of Murder") (1976) Derek Jacobi, Sian Phillips. Dir: Herbert Wise. BBC Color-54 min. Exempt*

*7:00 AM The Shout (1978) Alan Bates, Susannah York. Dir: Jerry Skolimowski. The Rank Organization Color-86 min. Premiere*

*8:30 AM For All Mankind (1989) Jim Lovell, Ken Mattingly. Dir: Al Reinert. Apollo Associates Color-80 min. Premiere*

*10:00 AM Lost In Yonkers (1993) Richard Dreyfuss, Mercedes Ruehl. Dir: Martha Coolidge. Columbia Color-114 min. P/S*

*12:00 PM Wall Street (1987) Cherlie Sheen, Michael Douglas. Dir: Oliver Stone. 20th Century Fox Color-126 min. P/S*

*2:15 PM The Dick Van Dyke Show (Episode #4: "Washington vs. the Bunny") (1961) Dick Van Dyke, Mary Tyler Moore. Dir: John Rich. Calvada Productions BW-25 min. Exempt*

*2:45 PM Air Force One (1997) Harrison Ford, Gary Oldman. Dir: Wolfgang Peterson. Columbia Color-124 min. Premiere*

*5:00 PM Love Me Tender (1956) Elvis Presley, Richard Egan. Dir: Robert Webb. 20th Century Fox BW-89 min. P/S*

*6:30 PM Marty (1955) Ernest Borgnine, Betsy Blair. Dir: Delbert Mann. United Artists BW-90 min. P/S



Star of the Month - Thelma Ritter



8:00 PM Boeing Boeing (1965) Tony Curtis, Jerry Lewis. Dir: John Rich. Paramount Color-102 min. P/S*

*9:45 PM A Letter to Three Wives (1949) Jeanne Crain, Linda Darnell. Dir: Joseph Mankiewicz. 20th Century Fox BW-103 min. P/S*

*11:30 PM Pillow Talk (1959) Rock Hudson, Doris Day. Dir: Michael Gordon. Universal International Pictures Color-102 min. P/S*

*1:15 AM What's So Bad About Feeling Good? (1968) George Peppard, Mary Tyler Moore. Dir: George Seaton. Universal Color-94 min. P/S*

*3:00 AM Wagon Train (Episode: "The Madame Sagittarius Story") (1962) John McIntire,, Denny Miller . Dir: Virgil Vogel. Revue Studios BW-60 min. Exempt*

*4:00 AM Miracle on 34th Street (1947) Edmund Gwenn, Maureen O'Hara. Dir: George Seaton. 20th Century Fox BW-96 min. Exempt




*Friday, February 17th



Another day honoring those behind the scenes - in this case, one individual, Production Designer Ken Adam



5:45 AM The Last Days of Sodom and Gomorrah (1962) Stewart Granger, Pier Angeli. Dir: Robert Aldrich. 20th Century Fox Color-154 min. P/S*

*8:30 AM Around the World in 80 Days (1956) David Niven, Catinflas. Dir: Michael Anderson. Michael Todd Company Color-167 min. P/S*

*11:30 AM The Freshman (1990) Matthew Broderick, Marlon Brando. Dir: Andrew Bergman. Tristar Color-102 min. P/S*

*1:15 PM The Ipcress File (1965) Michael Caine, Nigel Green. Dir: Sidney Furie. The Rank Organization Color-109 min. P/S*

*3:15 PM The Madness of King George (1994) Nigel Hawthorne, Helen Mirren. Dir: Nicholas Hytner. Samuel Goldwyn Company Color-107 min. Premiere*

*5:15 PM The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) Roger Moore, Bartbara Bach. Dir: Lewis Gilbert. MGM Color-125 min. P/S*

*7:30 PM Ken Adam: Designing Bond (2000) Ken Adam. Dir: John Cork. MGM Color-22 min. P/S*

*8:00 PM Barry Lyndon (1975) Ryan O'Neal, Marisa Berenson. Dir: Stanley Kubrick. Warner Brothers Color-184 min. Premiere*

*11:15 PM Sleuth (1972) Laurence Olivier, Michael Caine. Dir: Joseph L. Mankiewicz. 20th Century Fox Color-138 min. P/S



TCM Underground



1:30 AM Spin a Dark Web (1956) Faith Domergue, Lee Patterson. Dir: Vernon Sewell. Columbia BW-76 min. P/S*

*3:15 AM Curse of the Demon (1957) Dana Andrews, Peggy Cummins. Dir: Jacques Tourneur. Columbia BW-95 min. P/S*

*5:00 AM The Seven Percent Solution (1977) Alan Arkin, Vanessa Redgrave. Dir: Herbert Ross. Universal Color-113 min. P/S




*Saturday, February 18th



Adolphe Menjou Birthday Tribute



7:00 AM Easy to Love (1934) Genevieve Tobin, Adolphe Menjou. Dir: William Keighley. Warner Brothers BW-61 min. P/S*

*8:15 AM You Were Never Lovelier (1942) Fred Astaire, Rita Hayworth. Dir: William Seiter. Columbia BW-97 min. P/S*

*9:45 AM Gold Diggers of 1935 (1935) Dick Powell, Adolphe Menjou. Dir: Busby Berkley. Warner Brothers BW-98 min. P/S*

*11:30 AM The Front Page (1931) Adolphe Menjou, Pat O'Brien. Dir: Lewis Milestone. United Artists BW-101 min. P/S



Celebrating today's historical event - the first test flight of the Space Shuttle Enterprise



1:15 PM Midway (1976) Charlton Heston, Henry Fonda. Dir: Jack Smight. Universal Color-132 min. P/S*

*3:30 PM Star Trek (original pilot episode "The Cage") (1966) Jeffrey Hunter, Susan Oliver. Dir: Robert Butler. Desilu Color-64 min. Exempt*

*4:45 PM The Flight of the Gossamer Condor (1978) Bryan Allen, Paul MacCready. Dir: Ben Shedd. Shedd Productions Color-27 min. Exempt*

*5:15 PM Test Pilot (1957) James Doohan, Anthony Hulme. Dir: Fergus McDonell. National Film Board of Canada BW-30 min. Exempt*

*6:00 PM Test Pilot (1938) Clark Gable, Myrna Loy. Dir: Victor Fleming. MGM BW-119 min. P/S



The Essentials



8:00 PM Bell, Book and Candle (1958) James Strwart, Kim Novak. Dir: Richard Quine. Columbia Pictures Color-106 min. P/S



Jack Palance Birthday Tribute



10:00 PM The Last Judgment (1962) Alberto Sordi, Vittorio Gassman. Dir: Vittorio De Sica. Dino De Laurentiis Cinematographica Color-100 min. Exempt*

*11:45 PM Contempt (1963) Brigitte Brdot, Jack Palance. Dir: Jean Luc Godard. Les Films Concordia BW-102 min. P/S*

*1:30 AM City Slickers (1991) Billy Crystal, Jack Palance. Dir: Ron Underwood. Castle Rock Entertainment Color-112 min. P/S*

*3:30 AM Panic in the Streets (1950) Richard Widmark, Paul Douglas. Dir: Elia Kazan. 20th Century Fox BW-96 min. P/S*

*5:15 AM The Greatest Show on Earth (episode "You're all Right, Ivy") (1964) Jack Palance, Stuart Erwin. Dir: Jack Palance. Cody Productions Color-60 min. Exempt



Schedule notes to follow in the next post!*


*Edited by: JamesinArlington on Oct 3, 201

{quote:title=JamesinArlington wrote:*

*}{quote}OK, here are the notes for my schedule.*

*The first thing is that the very fact I'm entering is sort of a nod to my background, specifically my wife, who introduced me to TCM and to many, many classic films. So the entire entry is a tribute to her.*


*Getting more specific...*


*Sunday, February 12th*


*We're honoring the efforts of film composers today, all day. We start with Howard Shore ("The Fly"), then an early effort from Alex North ("Viva Zapata!"), and next is Dmitri Tiomkin ("Alice in Wonderland", one of his earliest films), Elmer Bernstein ("Saturday's Hero", his first film), an early effort by James Horner ("The Lady in Red"), then Bernard Hermann ("Jane Eyre" - a change of pace from the Hitchcock scores he's probably best known for), then the first movie John Williams composed for ("Gidget").*


*In the evening, we've got a classic John Barry score ("Kng Rat" - there are two James Bond films later this week, otherwise I'd have chosen one of those for Barry), then Jerry Goldsmith's first film ("Flaming Star"), and a classic Ennio Morricone score ("A Fistful of Dollars").*


*After midnight, the composers are still celebrated, with Max Steiner's first two films representing the Silent Sunday Nights, and then two classic Russian films featuring Sergei Prokofiev's music for tonight's TCM Imports to end the day.*


*Monday, February 13th*


*We've got two birthday tributes today. We begin the day by celebrating Oliver Reed, and then we honor Chuck Yeager, who became the first human to break the sound barrier on this day in 1947. Yeager did not appear on screen, but performed some of the aerial stunt work for "Jet Pilot", which seems an approipriate way to honor him.*


*Then, we've got a TCM premiere, to honor Charles Schultz, "A Boy Named Charlie Brown", followed by a documentary about him from the same year.*


*Finally, we end with our second birthday tribute, this time for Kim Novak. We include an appearence she made on "What's My Line" in 1956, where she's creditred as "Mystery Guest #2".*


*Tuesday, February 14th*


*We've got another two birthday tributes today. The first is for an acresss who will forever be known as Miss Moneypenny, Lois Maxwell. And we have to include a Bond film (the second one filmed, "From Russia With Love").*


*Then we celebrate Gregory Hines with three film to honor his birthday.*


*After that, we devote the rest of the day to honoring the patenting of the telephone by Alexander Graham Bell. Most of these films are somewhat dark, but we've got one romantic film in honor of Valentine's Day ("Bells Are Ringing"). "Pillow Talk" would have fit well today, but it's scheduled for later in the week.*


*Wednesday, February 15th*


*Yet more birthdays - in the morning it's Claire Bloom, with four films to honor her.*


*Then, to note the founding of the city of St. Louis, we've got "Meet Me in St. Louis" (there's no way I can not include that one here!), along with a Mae West film set in St. Louis, and a 1904 short with footage of the St. Louis Exhibition that we also see in "Meet Me..."*


*And the rest of the evening is dedicated to Cesar Romero. I had to include the Adam West Batman, for Romero's classic Joker tonight. We've also got another classic television episode, Romero's "Passport to Danger".*


*Thursday, February 16th*


*This is the day that's all about me!*


*"I Claudius" has a connection for me in that it was written by Robert Graves, who lived in and is buried in the town of Deia on the island of Mallorca, where I had one of the best experiences of my life as a volunteer on an archaelogical dig. It also happens that this parciualr episode (the first of the series) aired on my birthday, September 20th.*


*"The Shout" was also written by Graves, and so I picked it for the same reason noted above.*


*"For All Mankind" is a fantastic documentary about the Apollo moon landings. I'm a nut for the space program, and, also, the first landing happened in the year of my birth, 1969.*


*"Lost in Yonkers" relates to me because that's the city I grew up in.*


*"Wall Street" is set in New York, and Michael Douglas also has a connection to Mallorca (he's got a house there, he donated money to help pay for the dig I worked on, and on one of my trips there, we met one of his servants in the local pub!). Plus, it's a great film.*


*The Dick Van Dyke show was set in New Rochelle, NY, which is where I lived in my teens. This particular episode reatires Rob having to go to Washington, DC for business, which relates to me because that's where I live and work now (well, the DC Metro Area, anyway)*


*"Air Force One" has a specific meaning for me - the opening scenes were filmed on the campus of my college, Case Western Reserve University. You can see Severance Hall (where I had my freshman orientation), the Thwing Center student union, and the main campus library (where I worked all four years at college). It's not actually all that great besides that, but I had to include it anyway.*


*"Love Me Tender" is my and my wife's wedding song, and we were married at the Chapel in the Woods at Graceland.*


*Finally, "Marty" is a film I very much relate to - I'm a lot like Marty, shy, late-blooming, Italian-American. And it's also just a great movie.*


*And then we shift gears to our Star of the Month, Thelma Ritter, for the rest of the evening. We include another classic TV episode, this time Wagon Train, with Thelma in a guest-starring role.*


*Friday, February 17th*


*Today, all day, 24 hours, we celebrate production designer Ken Adam, He's probably best-known for his work on the James Bond films, but he's worked on far more than that.*


*The highlight of the day is what I think is a TCM premiere (which is hard for me to believe, but I couldn't find any evidence of it airing previously), "Barry Lyndon".*


*Adam's work continues on TCM Underground with two of his earliest films, and we end the day with his work on the Sherlock Holmes story "The Seven Percent Solution"*


*Saturday, February 18th*


*We begin the day by honoring the birthday of Adolphe Menjou. After four films celebrating him, we turn to a big event of the day - the first test flight of the space shuttle Enterprise.*


*"Midway", of course, features the heroic exploits of the aircraft carrier Enterprise.*


*Then, we air the original, unaired pilot of Star Trek ("The Cage", which features Captain Pike rather than Captain Kirk).*


*In the evening, we've got our Essentials pick, "Bell, Book and Candle".*


*Then, to end the week, we celebrate one last birthday, Jack Palance.*



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Everyone seems to have enjoyed Lonesome Polecat's challenge to honor the talented artists who work behind the screen. Sunny, congratulations on your first schedule! Don't let it be your last. You included a lot of fine films.


I'm not surprised--but am delighted--that countessdelave called our attention to some grand costume designers. It was good to hear which films inspired her own work.


Filmlover, what a great idea to salute the films excerpted in *That's Entertainment*. Who would have thought they would fill five days of programming?


Fedya, I loved the What's in a Name? theme. You'd think that someone born Murvyn Vye, Jr. would go into show biz simply to get rid of that name! Another really fun entry.


It's going to time some time and thought to choose a favorite.

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*SCHEDULE #3: Skimpole*


> {quote:title=skimpole wrote:}{quote}Here's my Programming Challenge:



Sunday, July 8, 2012


06:00 AM The Bed Sitting Room (1969) United Artists C-90 min Rita Tushingham, Dudley Moore, D: Richard Lester P/S


07:45 AM The Mask of Dimitrios (1944) Warner Bros BW-95 min Peter Lorre, Sydney Greenstreet, Faye Emerson, D: Jean Negulesco P/S

> 09:30 AM Young Frankenstein (1974) 20th Century Fox BW-105 min Gene Wilder, Peter Boyle D: Mel Brooks P/S

> 11:30 AM Hotel Berlin (1945) Warner Bros BW-98 min Faye Emerson, Raymond Massey, Peter Lorre D: Peter Godfrey P/S

> 01:15 PM Kiki's Delivery Service (1989) Studio Ghibli C-103 min Minami Takayama, Rei Sakuma D: Hayao Miyazaki P/S

> 03:00 PM Dirgible (1931) Columbia BW-100 min Jack Holt, Fay Wray, Ralph Graves D: Frank Capra P/S

> 04:45 PM Master of the World (1961) MGM C-102 min Vincent Price, Charles Bronson D: William Witney P/S

> 06:30 PM Here comes the Navy (1934) Warner Bros BW-87 min James Cagney, Pat O'Brien, Gloria Stuart D: Lloyd Bacon P/S

> 08:00 PM The Heiress (1949) Paramount BW-115 min Olivia De Havailland, Ralph Richardson, Montgomery Cliff D: William Wyler P/S

> 10:00 PM Annie Hall (1977) United Artists BW-93 min Woody Allen, Diane Keaton, Tony Roberts D: Woody Allen P/S

> 11:45 PM (Silent) Man with a Movie camera (1929) VUFKU BW-61 min D: Dziga Vertov P/S

> 01:00 PM (Silent) A Sixth Part of the World (1926) Sovkino BW-65 min D: Dziga Vertov EXEMPT

> 02:15 PM (Foreign) The Travelling Players (1975) Papalios Productions C-230 min Eva Kotamanidou, Aliki Georgouli, Vangelis Kazan, D: Theodoros Angelopoulos EXEMPT


Monday July 9, 2012


> 06:15 AM Dodsworth (1936) United Artists BW-101 min Walter Houston, Ruth Chatterton, Mary Astor D: William Wyler P/S

> 08:00 AM How Green was my Valley (1941) 20th Century Fox BW-118 min Walter Pidgeon, Maureen O'Hara, Roddy MacDowall D: John Ford P/S

> 10:00 AM Hans Christian Andersen (1952) MGM C-112 min Danny Kaye, Farley Granger D: Charles Vidor P/S

> 12:00 PM Pyassa (1957) Guru Dutt Films BW-146 min Guru Dutt, Mala Sinha D: Guru Dutt P/S

> 02:30 Splash (1984) Touchstone C-111 min Tom Hanks, Daryl Hannah, John Candy D: Ron Howard P/S




04:30 Mon Oncle Antoine (1971) Office National du film du Canada C-104 min, Jacques Gagnon, Lynn Champagne, Jean Duceppe D: Claude Jutra P/S


06:15 Atlantic City (1980) Paramount C-104 min Burt Lancaster, Susan Sarandon, Michel Piccoli, D: Sidney Lumet P/S

> 08:00 (Star of the Month James Mason) Murder by Decree (1979) Famous Players C-124 min Christopher Plummer, James Mason, John Gielguld, D: Bob Clark Premiere #1

> 10:15 The Verdict (1982) 20th Century Fox C-129 min Paul Newman, Charlotte Rampling, James Mason D: Sidney Lumet P/S

> 12:30 The Last of Sheila (1973) Warner Bros C-120 min James Coburn, Richard Benjamin, James Mason D: Herbert Ross P/S

> 02:45 Odd Man Out (1947) General Film Distributors C-116 min James Mason, Robert Newton D: Carol Reed P/S

> 04:45 Beyond a Reasonable Doubt (1956) RKO BW-80 min Dana Andrews, Joan Fontaine, Sidney Blackmer D: Fritz Lang P/S


> Tuesday, July 10, 2012


> 06:15 AM The Seventh Seal (1957) Svensk Filmindustrei BW-96 min Max von Sydow, Gunnar Bjornstrand, Bengt Ekerot D: Ingmar Bergman P/S

> 08:00 AM Ordet (1955) Palladium Film BW-126 min Preben Lerdorff Rye, Emil Haas Christensen, Birgitte Federspiel D: Carl Theodor Dreyer P/S

> 10:15 AM Fanny and Alexander (1982) Svenka Filminstitutet C-188 min Bertil Guve, Erland Josephon Gunn Wallgren D: Ingmar Bergman P/S

> 01:30 PM Day of Wrath (1943) Palladium BW-97 min Lisbeth Movin, Thorkild Roose D: Carl Theodor Dreyer

> 03:15 PM 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) MGM C-142 min Keir Dullea, Douglas Rain, Gary Lockwood D: Stanley Kubrick P/S

> 05:45 PM Murder on the Orient Express Paramount C-128 min Albert Finney, Richard Widwark, Lauren Bacall D: Roman Polanski P/S

> 08:00 PM Tess (1979) Columbia C-186 min Natassja Kinski, Peter Firth D: Roman Polanski Premiere #2

> 11:15 PM Great Expectations (1946) Universal BW-118 min John Mills, Valerie Hobson, Alec Guiness D: David Lean P/S

> 01:30 AM Time Regained (1999) Gemini Films C-158 min Marcello Mazzarella, John Malkovich, Catherine Deneuve D: Raoul Ruiz Premiere #3

> 04:15 AM 12 Angry Men (1957) United Artists BW-96 min Henry Fonda, Martin Balsam, Lee J. Cobb D: Henry Fonda P/S


> Wednesday, July 11, 2012


> 06:00 AM Only Angels Have Wings (1939) Columbia BW-121 min Cary Grant, Jean Arthur, Thomas Mitchell, D: Howard Hawks P/S

> 08:15 AM Stagecoach (1939) United Artists BW-96 min John Wayne, Claire Trevor, Thomas Mitchell D: John Ford P/S

> 10:00 AM The Long Voyage Home (1940) United Artists BW-105 min John Wayne, Thomas Mitchell D: John Ford P/S

> 11:45 AM Make Way for Tomorrow (1937) Paramount BW-91 min Victor Moore, Beulah Bondi, Thomas Mitchell D: Leo McCarey P/S


01:30 PM Little Women (1933) RKO BW-115 min Katherine Hepburn, Joan Bennett, Paul Lukas D: George Cukor P/S


03:30 PM An American in Paris (1951) MGM C-113 min Gene Kelly, Leslie Caron, Oscar Levant D: Vincente Minnelli P/S


05:30 PM Some Came Running (1958) MGM C-137 min Frank Sinatra, Shirley MacLaine, Dean Martin D: Vincente Minnelli P/S

> 08:00 PM The King and I (1956) 20th Century Fox C-133 Yul Brynner, Deborah Kerr, Rita Moreno D: Walter Lang P/S

> 10:30 PM The Magnificent Seven (1960) United Artists C-128 Yul Brynner, Eli Wallach, Steve McQueen D: John Sturges P/S,

> 12:45 AM Westworld (1973) C-88 MGM Richard Benjamin, Yul Brynner, D: Michael Crichton P/S


02:15 AM The Sorrow and the Pity Television Recontre (1969) BW-251 min D: Marcel Ophuls P/S


Thursday, July 12, 2012


> 06:30 AM The Duellists (1977) Paramount C-100 min Keith Carradine, Harvey Keitel D: Ridley Scott P/S

> 08:15 AM Two Lane Blacktop (1971) Universal C-102 James Taylor, Warren Oates, Laurie Bird D: Monte Hellman P/S

> 10:00 AM London After Midnight (1927) MGM BW-45 Lon Chaney Sr, Marceline Day D: Tod Browning P/S

> 11:00 AM The Unknown (1927) MGM BW-50 min Lon Chaney Sr., Joan Crawford, Norman Kerry D: Tod Browning P/S

> 12:00 PM Dracula (1931) Universal BW-75 min Bela Lugosi, Helen Chandler, D: Tod Browning P/S

> 01:30 PM Top Hat (1935) RKO BW-101 min Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers, Edward Everett Horton D: Mark Sandrich P/S

> 03:15 PM Swing Time (1936) RKO BW-103 min Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers D: George Stevens P/S

> 05:00 PM My Fair Lady (1964) Warner Bros C-170 min Rex Harrison, Audrey Hepburn, Stanley Holloway D: George Cukor P/S

> 08:00 PM Shoah (1985) Historia C-566 min D: Claude Lanzmann Premiere #4


> Friday, July 13, 2012


> 05:45 AM Reflections in a golden Eye (1967) Warner Bros C-108 min Elizabeth Taylor, Marlon Brando, Robert Forster, D; John Houston P/S

> 07:45 AM The Black Hole (1979) Buena Vista C-98 min Robert Forster, Maximillian Schell, Ernest Borgnine, D: Gary Nelson P/S

> 09:30 AM Andrei Rublev (1966) Mosfilm BW/C-205 min Anatoly Solonitsyn, Ivan Lapikov D: Andrei Tarkovsky P/S

> 01:00 PM The Leopard (1963) Titanus C-187 min Burt Lancaster, Claudia Cardinale, Alain Delon D; Luschino Visconti P/S

> 04:15 PM Russian Ark (2002) The Hermitage Bridge Studio C-96 min Sergei Dontsov D: Alexander Sokurov Premiere #5

> 06:00 PM Citizen Kane (1941) RKO BW-119 min Orson Welles, Joseph Cotten, Burt Lancaster D: Orson Welles P/S

> 08:00 PM The Day the Earth Stood Still (1951) 20th Century Fox BW-92 min Patricia Neal, Michael Rennie D: Robert Wise P/S

> 09:45 PM The Wrong Man (1956) Warner Bros BW-105 min Henry Fonda, Vera Miles D: Alfred Hitchcock P/S

> 11:45 PM On Dangerous Ground (1951) RKO BW-82 min Ida Lupino, Robert Ryan, Ward Bond D: Nicholas Ray P/S

> 01:15 AM Pink Floyd--The Wall (1982) MGM/UA C-95 min Bob Geldof, Christine Hargreaves D: Alan Parker Premiere #6

> 03:00 AM (Underground)Yellow Submarine (1968) United Artists C-85 min The Beatles D: George Dunning EXEMPT

> 04:30 AM (Underground) Quadrophenia (1979) The Who Films C-117 min Phil Daniels, Sting D: Franc Roddam EXEMPT


> Saturday, July 14, 2012


06:30 AM The Films of George Melies (1896?) C-109 min TCM? D: George Melies P/S

> 08:30 AM Le Million (1931) Films Sonores Tobis BW-83 min Rene Lefevre, Annabella, D: Rene Clair P/S

> 10:00 AM Daybreak (1939) Vauban Productions BW-93 min Jean Gabin, Arletty, Jules Berry D: Marcel Carne P/S

> 11:45 AM Jour de Fete (1949) Cady Films BW-70 min, Jacques Tati D: Jacques Tati


01:00 PM Diary of a Country Priest (1951) Union Generale Cinematographique BW-115 min Claude Laydu, Jean Riveyre, Rachel Berendt, D: Robert Bresson, Premiere #7


03:00 PM Last Year in Marienbad (1961) Cocinor BW-94 min Delphin Seyrig, Giorgio Albertazzi, Sacha Pitoeff D:Alain Resnais P/S


04:45 PM The rise to Power of Louis XIV (1966) Office de Radiodiffusion Television Francaise C-100 min Jean Marie Patte, Raymond Jourdan D: Roberto Rossellini EXEMPT


06:30 PM La Collectionneuse (1967) Rome Paris Films C-83 min Patrick Bachau, Haydee Politoff D: Eric Rohmer P/S


08:00 PM (Essentials) Weekend (1967) Comacico C-103 min Mireille Darc, Jean Yanne, D: Jean-Luc Godard Premiere#8


10:00 PM Army of Shadows (1969) Les Films Corona C-140 min Lino Ventura, Jean-Pierre Cassel, Simone Signoret, D: Jean-Pierre Melville Premiere#9


12:30 AM The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie (1972) Dean Film C-100 min Fernando Rey, Delphine Seyrig, Paul Frankeur D: Luis Bunuel Premiere #10


02:15 AM The Devil Probably (1977) GMF Productions C-95 min Antoine Monnier, Tina Irissari, Henri de Maublanc D: Robert Bresson Premiere #11

> 04:00 AM C'est La Vie(AKA La Baule-Les-Pins) (1990) Alexandre films C-110 min Julie Batalie, Natalie Baye, Richard Berry D: Diane Kurys Premiere#12

> {quote:title=skimpole wrote:}{quote}Here's my explanation for the schedule.


> Sunday: We start off celebrating the birthdays of Marty Feldman and Faye Emerson with two films each. Then to celebrate the birthday of Count von Zeppelin we have four movies about airships. In the first set of three movies about me, I'm Jewish so we have three Jewish directors.


> Monday: We have three films done by art director Richard Day. We then celebrate the birthday of Guru Dutt and Tom Hanks with one film each. For my second set of three movies, I'm Canadian so we have three Canadian movies. (Yes Atlantic City counts as a Canadian city, notwithstanding its French director, New Jersey setting and American leads. Most of the other actors are Canadian and Canada coughed up much of the money.) This segues into the star of the month, James Mason. It's also O.J. Simpson's birthday, so what better movie than Beyond a Reasonable Doubt ?


> Tuesday: It's the birthday of Jean Calvin, so we have three examples of Calvinist film, if such a thing is possible. Then it's three films photographed by cinematographer Geoffrey Unsworth. The last of his three movies segues into another set of three about me. In this case, it's three favorite novels made into favorite movies. It's also the birthday of William Blackstone, the most important commentator on English, and therefore American, law, so we have one of the great trial movies.


> Wednesday: Birthday tributes for Thomas Mitchell and Yul Brynner are interrupted with a tribute for costume designer Wallace Plunkett. And to commemorate the rise of the Vichy regime, we have The Sorrow and the Pity.


> Thursday: Today marks the anniversary of Alexander Hamilton's death, so we have a film about duels. We also celebrate the birthdays of Monte Hellman and Tod Browning. Then we have three movies that Hermes Pan helped choreographed. And continuing the Vichy theme, as well as commemorating the birth of Bruno Schulz. leading Polish writer and murdered by the Nazis, we have the premiere of Shoah.


> Friday: We have two movies to celebrate Robert Forster's birthday. Then we have another three of me. I'm a historian, so we have three of the most impressive movies that look at history. Four movies celebrate composer Bernard Herrmann, and then we have the final three of me, three of my favorite rock movies.


> Saturday: It's Bastille Day! Nothing but French movies! Since The Rise to Power of Louis XIV was made for French television, I claim it as my classic TV example.

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*SCHEDULE #4: Kingrat*


{quote:title=kingrat wrote:}{quote}Sunday, July 8, 2012


Look What Q Sent Me


6:00 am - QUEEN BEE (1955). BW-95m. Columbia. D: Ranald McDougall. w/Joan Crawford, Barry Sullivan. p/s

7:45 am - QUALITY STREET (1937). BW-83m. RKO. D: George Stevens. w/Katharine Hepburn, Franchot Tone. p/s

9:15 am - QUICKSAND (1950). BW-79m. UA. D: Irving Pichel. w/Mickey Rooney, Jeanne Cagney. p/s

10:45 am - THE QUIET MAN (1952). C-129m. Republic. D: John Ford. w/John Wayne, Maureen O'Hara. p/s

1:00 pm - THE QUILLER MEMORANDUM (1966). C-104m. Rank. D: Michael Anderson. w/George Segal, Alec Guinness. p/s

2:45 pm - QUO VADIS (1951). C-171m. MGM. D: Mervyn LeRoy. w/Robert Taylor, Deborah Kerr. p/s

5:45 pm - QUIZ SHOW (1994). C-133m. Buena Vista. D: Robert Redford. w/Ralph Fiennes, John Turturro. p/s

8:00 pm - QUARTET (1948). BW-120m. Gainsborough. D: Ken Annakin et al. w/Dirk Bogarde, Basil Radford. p/s

10:15 pm - QUEEN CHRISTINA (1933). BW-99m. MGM. D: Clarence Brown. w/Greta Garbo, John Gilbert. p/s


Three by Julien Duvivier


12:00 am - SILENT SUNDAY NIGHTS: AU BONHEUR DES DAMES (1930). BW-85m. ACE. w/Dita Parlo, Ginette Maddie. EXEMPT.

1:30 am - TCM IMPORTS: UN CARNET DE BAL (1937). BW-144m. Les Films Vog. w/Marie Bell, Raimu, Louis Jouvet. EXEMPT.

4:00 am - LYDIA (1941). BW-104m. UA. w/Merle Oberon, Joseph Cotten. p/s


Monday, July 9, 2012


Growing Up in the South


6:00 am - WILD RIVER (1960). C-110m. Fox. D: Elia Kazan. w/Lee Remick, Jo Van Fleet, Montgomery Clift. PREMIERE #1

8:00 am - THE HEART IS A LONELY HUNTER (1968). C-123m. WB. D: Robert Ellis Miller. w/Sondra Locke, Alan Arkin.

10:15 am - WISE BLOOD (1979). C-106m. New Line. D: John Huston. w/Brad Dourif.


The Story of My Life


12:15 pm - I WAS A TEENAGE WEREWOLF (1957). BW-76m. AIP. D: Gene Fowler, Jr. w/Michael Landon. PREMIERE #2

1:45 pm - I WALKED WITH A ZOMBIE (1943). BW-69m. RKO. D: Jacques Tourneur. w/Frances Dee, Tom Conway. p/s

3:00 pm - I FOUND STELLA PARRISH (1935). BW-85m. WB. D: Mervyn LeRoy. w/Kay Francis, Ian Hunter. p/s

4:30 pm - I AM A FUGITIVE FROM A CHAIN GANG (1932). BW-92m. WB. D: Mervyn LeRoy. w/Paul Muni, Glenda Farrell. p/s

6:15 pm - I PASSED FOR WHITE (1960). BW-93m. Allied. D: Fred M. Wilcox. w/Sonya Wilde, James Franciscus. PREMIERE #3


A Personal Connection


8:00 pm - A WALK IN THE SPRING RAIN (1971). C-98m. Columbia. D: Guy Green. w/Ingrid Bergman, Anthony Quinn. p/s

9:45 pm - THE KING OF KINGS (1927). BW-112m. Pathe. D: Cecil B. DeMille. w/H.B. Warner. p/s

11:45 pm - CHECKMATE: THE DARK DIVIDE, aired 11/19/60. D: Don Weis. w/Barbara Rush.

12:45 am - CHECKMATE: VOYAGE INTO FEAR, aired 5/6/61. D: Jules Bricken. w/Joan Fontaine.

1:45 am - THREE COINS IN THE FOUNTAIN (1954). C-102m. Fox. D: Jean Negulesco. w/Dorothy McGuire, Jean Peters. PREMIERE #4

3:45 am - KINGS ROW (1942). BW-127m. WB. D: Sam Wood. w/Ann Sheridan, Ronald Reagan. p/s


Tuesday, July 10


Directed by . . . What Was That Guy's Name?


6:00 am - George Marshall. MURDER, HE SAYS (1945). BW-87m. Paramount. w/Fred MacMurray, Helen Walker. p/s

7:30 am - Anthony Kimmins. THE CAPTAIN'S PARADISE (1953). BW-94m. British Lion. w/Alec Guinness, Celia Johnson. p/s

9:15 am - Brian Desmond Hurst. A CHRISTMAS CAROL (1951). BW-86m. George Minter. w/Alastair Sim. p/s

10:45 am - Henry Levin. THE GUILT OF JANET AMES (1947). BW-83m. Columbia. w/Rosalind Russell, Melvyn Douglas. p/s

12:15 pm - John Berry. HE RAN ALL THE WAY (1951). BW-77m. UA. w/John Garfield, Shelley Winters. p/s

1:45 pm - Alfred E. Green. BABY FACE (1933). BW-80m. WB. w/Barbara Stanwyck, George Brent. p/s

3:15 pm - Eric Till. THE WALKING STICK (1970). C-96m. MGM. w/Samantha Eggar, David Hemmings. p/s

5:00 pm - Robert Hamer. THE LONG MEMORY (1953). BW-96m. Rank. w/John Mills. p/s

6:45 pm - Edward Sedgwick. THE CAMERAMAN (1928). BW-69m. MGM. w/Buster Keaton. p/s

8:00 pm - Ted Kotcheff. NORTH DALLAS FORTY (1979). C-119m. Paramount. w/Nick Nolte, Mac Davis. PREMIERE #5

10:00 pm - Harold Becker. THE ONION FIELD (1979). C-122m. AVCO. w/John Savage, James Woods. p/s

12:15 am - Charles Martin. DEATH OF A SCOUNDREL (1956). BW-119m. RKO. w/George Sanders, Yvonne DeCarlo. p/s

2:15 pm - Michael Anderson. SHAKE HANDS WITH THE DEVIL (1959). BW-111m. UA. w/James Cagney, Don Murray. p/s

4:15 am - Mike Hodges. PULP (1972). C-95m. UA. w/Michael Caine, Mickey Rooney. p/s


Wednesday, July 11


Stars of the Month: CINEMATOGRAPHERS


Gregg Toland


6:00 am - THE LITTLE FOXES (1940). BW-115m. Goldwyn. D: William Wyler. w/Bette Davis, Herbert Marshall. p/s

8:00 am - CITIZEN KANE (1941). BW-119m. RKO. D:Orson Welles. w/Orson Welles, Joseph Cotten, p/s

10:00 am - THE BEST YEARS OF OUR LIVES (1946). BW-172m. Goldwyn. D: William Wyler. w/Fredric March, Dana Andrews. p/s


From Cinematographer to Director


1:00 pm - Rudolph Mate. D.O.A. BW-83m. UA. w/Edmond O'Brien, Pamela Britton.

2:30 pm - Jack Cardiff. SONS AND LOVERS (1960). BW-103m. Fox. w/Dean Stockwell, Wendy Hiller, Trevor Howard. PREMIERE #6

4:15 pm - Nicolas Roeg. WALKABOUT (1971). C-100m. Fox. w/Jenny Agutter, David Gulpilil. PREMIERE #7

6:00 pm - Haskell Wexler. MEDIUM COOL (1969). C-111m. Paramount. w/Robert Forster, Verna Bloom. PREMIERE #8


The Wizardry of Ozzy: Oswald Morris


8:00 pm - THE PUMPKIN EATER (1964). BW-118. Columbia. D: Jack Clayton. w/Anne Bancroft, Peter Finch. p/s

10:00 pm - THE HILL (1965). BW-123. MGM. D: Sidney Lumet. w/Sean Connery, Harry Andrews. p/s

12:15 am - THE SPY WHO CAME IN FROM THE COLD (1965). BW-112m. Paramount. D: Martin Ritt. w/Richard Burton, Claire Bloom. p/s

2:15 am - THE MAN WHO WOULD BE KING (1975). C-129m. Columbia. D: John Huston. w/Sean Connery, Michael Caine. p/s

4:30 am - MOULIN ROUGE (195 ). C-119m. UA. D: John Huston. w/Jose Ferrer, Zsa Zsa Gabor. p/s


Thursday, July 12, 2012


Stars of the Month: CINEMATOGRAPHERS


Josef von Sternberg and (uncredited) Lucien Ballard


6:30 am - THE DEVIL IS A WOMAN (1935). BW-75m. Paramount. D: Josef Von Sternberg. w/Marlene Dietrich, Cesar Romero. p/s


Lee Garmes


7:45 am - SHANGHAI EXPRESS (1932). BW-80m. Paramount. D: Josef Von Sternberg. w/Marlene Dietrich, Clive Brook. p/s


Freddie Young


9:15 am - THE INN OF THE SIXTH HAPPINESS (1958). C-158m. Fox. D: Mark Robson. w/Ingrid Bergman, Curt Jurgens. p/s

12:00 pm - LAWRENCE OF ARABIA (1962). C-216m. Columbia. D: David Lean. w/Peter O'Toole, Omar Sharif. p/s


Leon Shamroy


3:45 pm - LEAVE HER TO HEAVEN (1945). C-110m. Fox. D: John M. Stahl. w/Gene Tierney, Cornel Wilde. p/s

5:45 pm - A TREE GROWS IN BROOKLYN (1945). BW-129m. Fox. D: Elia Kazan. w/Dorothy McGuire, Joan Blondell. p/s


Georges Perinal


8:00 pm - THE LIFE AND DEATH OF COLONEL BLIMP (1943). C-163m. Archers. D: Michael Powell & Emeric Pressburger. w/Roger Livesey, Deborah Kerr. p/s

10:45 pm - BONJOUR TRISTESSE (1958). BW&C-94m. Columbia. D: Otto Preminger. w/Jean Seberg, David Niven. p/s

12:30 am - AN IDEAL HUSBAND (194 ). C-96m. British Lion. D: Alexander Korda. w/Paulette Goddard, Michael Wilding. p/s

2:15 am - THE FALLEN IDOL (1948). BW-95m. British Lion. D: Carol Reed. w/Ralph Richardson, Michele Morgan. p/s

4:00 am - SAINT JOAN (1957). BW-110m. UA. D: Otto Preminger. w/Jean Seberg, Richard Widmark. p/s


Friday, July 13, 2012


Directed by Charles . . . ?


Charles Walters


6:30 am - THE UNSINKABLE MOLLY BROWN (1964). C-128m. MGM. w/Debbie Reynolds, Harve Presnell. p/s

8:45 am - EASTER PARADE (1948). C-107m. MGM. w/Fred Astaire, Judy Garland. p/s

10:45 am - HIGH SOCIETY (1956), C-111m. MGM. w/Bing Crosby, Grace Kelly, Frank Sinatra. p/s

12:15 pm - TWO LOVES (1961). C-96m. MGM. w/Shirley MacLaine, Laurence Harvey. p/s


Charles Vidor


2:00 pm - LOVE ME OR LEAVE ME (1955). C-122m. MGM. w/Doris Day, James Cagney. p/s

4:15 pm - LADIES IN RETIREMENT (1941). BW-91m. Columbia. w/Ida Lupino, Louis Hayward. p/s

6:00 pm - GILDA (1946). BW-110m. Columbia. w/Glenn Ford, Rita Hayworth. p/s


Friday Night Is Game Night


8:00 pm - WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF? (1966). BW-131m. WB. D: Mike Nichols. w/Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton. p/s

10:15 pm - CUL-DE-SAC (1966). C-113m. Compton. D: Roman Polanski. w/Donald Pleasance, Francoise Dorleac. PREMIERE #9

12:15 am - GAMES (1967). C-100m. Universal. D: Curtis Harrington. w/James Caan, Katharine Ross, PREMIERE #10

2:00 am - TCM UNDERGROUND: NEGATIVES (1968). C-98m. Continental. D: Peter Medak. w/Diane Cilento, Glenda Jackson. EXEMPT.

3:45 am - THE SERVANT (1963). BW-112m. Elstree. D: Joseph Losey. w/Dirk Bogarde, James Fox. p/s

5:45 am - Short: THE RELAXED WIFE (1957). BW-13m.


Saturday, July 14, 2012 : Bastille Day


Remaking the French Classics


6:00 am - PEPE LE MOKO (1937). BW-94m. Paris Film. D: Julien Duvivier. w/Jean Gabin, Mireille Balin. p/s

7:45 am - ALGIERS (1938). BW-96m. UA. D: John Cromwell. w/Charles Boyer, Hedy Lamarr. p/s

9:30 am - LA BETE HUMAINE (1938). BW-100m. Paris Film. D: Jean Renoir. w/Jean Gabin, Simone Simon.

11:15 am - HUMAN DESIRE (1954). BW-91m. Columbia. D: Fritz Lang. w/Glenn Ford, Gloria Grahame.

1:00 pm - LA CHIENNE (1931). BW-91m. EB-R. D: Jean Renoir. w/Michel Simon, Janie Marese. PREMIERE #11.

2:45 pm - SCARLET STREET (1945). BW-103m. Universal. D: Fritz Lang. w/Edward G. Robinson, Joan Bennett. p/s

4:30 pm - LE JOUR SE LEVE (1939). BW-93m. Les Films Vog. D: Marcel Carne. w/Jean Gabin, Arletty. p/s

6:15 pm - THE LONG NIGHT (1947).BW-101m. RKO. D: Anatole Litvak. w/Henry Fonda, Barbara Bel Geddes. p/s

8:00 pm - THE ESSENTIALS: MARIUS (1931). BW-130m. Paramount. D: Alexander Korda. w/Raimu, Pierre Fresnay.

10:15 pm - FANNY (1932). BW-140m. E-BR. D: Marc Allegret. w/Raimu, Orane Demazis.

12:45 am - CESAR (1936). BW-168m. Les Films Pagnol. D: Marcel Pagnol. w/Raimu, Pierre Fresnay.

3:45 am - FANNY (1961). C-133m. WB. D: Joshua Logan. w/Leslie Caron, Charles Boyer. p/s


{quote:title=kingrat wrote:}{quote}Notes for kingrat's schedule:


Sunday: After the Q movies, we have three films directed by Julien Duvivier. *Lydia* is a very loose remake of *Un carnet de bal*, which ties in with the Bastille Day programming on Saturday.


Monday: For the "three films about me" requirement, I chose the three films which come closest to portraying the South I grew up in, which had nothing to do with plantations and Civil War memories. For the "Story of My Life," in the interests of domestic harmony I chose not to include *I Married a Monster from Outer Space*. By the way, the star of *I Passed for White*, Sonya Wilde, married Jake Butcher, who built a banking empire in the Southeast, ran for governor, and later went to jail for fraud.


I worked for one day as an extra on *A Walk in the Spring Rain* and am one of the blurs in the background during a college scene. The first silent film I ever saw was DeMille's *The King of Kings*, which my elementary school class was taken to see around Easter. It seemed like illustrated scripture. This was public school, by the way; things have changed. *Checkmate* was a TV show which introduced me to many classic era stars. When I was a child, it was not uncommon for people to go the movies whenever, watch until the end of the film and then watch from the beginning to wherever they came in. My parents and I saw *Three Coins in the Fountain* this way. Maybe that's why I wasn't a movie fan as a child. Toward the end of my mother's life I took her to several revivals of old films, and one was *Kings Row*.


Tuesday showcases good films by directors who aren't household names, even among movie fans.


Not only are cinematographers used for the "behind the scenes" requirement of the challenge, they are the Stars of the Month, and Wednesday and Thursday are devoted to their work. Oswald Morris won BAFTA awards in consecutive years for the first three films of his tribute. Friday: just when I'd sorted out King Vidor and Charles Vidor, I realized that I was confusing Charles Vidor with Charles Walters. Friday's schedule helps straighten that out. Friday night: films about couples who play games were popular in the mid-60s. Watch several of these, and you'll need the tranquilizers from*The Relaxed Wife*.


Saturday, which is Bastille Day, features classic French films and their American remakes.


Premieres: *Wild River; I Was a Teenage Werewolf; I Passed for White; Three Coins in the Fountain; North Dallas Forty; Sons and Lovers; Walkabout; Medium Cool; Cul-de-Sac; Games; La Chienne*.


Edited by: kingrat on Oct 13, 2011 7:29 PM


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{quote:title=filmlover wrote:}{quote}{font:Arial}{color:black}Notes:


I know, I know, just a few days ago I said I wouldn't be able to contribute a schedule due to time, but then over the weekend inspiration struck. I was listening to the soundtrack of That's Entertainment and suddenly thought all the films featured in the movie would make an impressive lineup. I also thought it was an idea that would write itself and no one had ever done it before. Halfway through getting them all into a list, I realized why no one had. It's a daunting job!


(The only films left out were those ones in quick Gable clips during "You Made Me Love You" and one flash clip of Judy Garland "For Me and My Gal" in Summer Stock's "Get Happy" number)


For the "In My Background" section, I chose Cinema Paradiso (because I used to hang around the projection booth when I was young at a local theatre), Those Lips Those Eyes (because that was what I was like when I was about 18), and Play It Again Sam (because I was a writer and liked Bogart, just like Woody Allen did in the film).


For "In the Background," I chose editor Verna Fields, who was supposedly the person who introduced Steven Spielberg to George Lucas.


p.s. -- Much as I would like to take credit for the title "The Fu Manchurian Candidate", I have to admit it came from a film magazine of the Sixties.
































































































Sunday, April 15, 2012



*In My Background*

6:00 am Cinema Paradiso (Mirimax, 1990) Philippe Noiret, Salvatore Cascio 123 min p/s

8:15 am Those Lips Those Eyes (UA, 1980) Frank Langella, Tom Hulce 105 min. p/s

10:00 am Play It Again, Sam (Par., 1972) Woody Allen 86 min. p/s

11:30 am The Court Jester (Par., 1956) Danny Kaye 101 min. p/s

*But I Thought They Were the Good Guys?*

1:15 pm Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye (WB, 1950) James Cagney, Ward Bond & Barton MacLane 103 min. PREMIERE

3:00 pm Appointment With Danger 1951 (Par., 1951) Alan Ladd, Jack Webb & Harry Morgan 90 min. PREMIERE

*That Hagen Girl*

4:30 pm The Asphalt Jungle (MGM, 1950) Sterling Hayden, Jean Hagen 115 min. ps

6:30 pm Half A Hero (MGM, 1953) Red Skelton, Jean Hagen 75 min.

*The Titanic: 100th Anniversary of the Sinking*

8:00 pm Titanic (Par. 1997) Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslett 194 min. PREMIERE

11:30 PM SILENT SUNDAY NIGHTS Saved From The Titanic (Eclair, 1912( Dorothy Gibson 10 min.

12 mid. TCM IMPORTS Titanic (Tobis, 1943) German propaganda film 85 min. p/s

1:30 am A Night to Remember (Rank, 1958) Kenneth More 123 min. p/s

4:00 am Titanic (Fox, 1953) Clifton Webb, Barbara Stanwyck 98 min. PREMIERE

*THAT'S ENTERTAINMENT - A 5-Day Look at the Movies that Made Up the Movie*


Monday, April 16, 2012



Day 1{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}6:00 am Hollywood Revue of 1929 (MGM, 1929) Cliff Edwards 119 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}8:00 am Speak Easily (MGM, 1932) Jimmy Durante 82 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}9:30 am Little Nellie Kelly (MGM, 1940) Judy Garland 99 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}11:15 am Singin' in the Rain (MGM, 1952) Gene Kelly, Donald O'Connor, Debbie Reynolds 103 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}1:00 pm The Broadway Melody (1929) Anita Page, Bessie Love 101 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}2:45 pm Rosalie (MGM, 1937) Eleanor Powell 124 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}5:00 pm The Great Ziegfeld (MGM, 1936) William Powell 176 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}8:00 pm Rose Marie (MGM, 1936) Nelson Eddy, Jeanette MacDonald 111 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}10:00 pm Broadway Melody of 1940 (MGM, 1940) Fred Astaire, Eleanor Powell 102 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}11:45 am It Happened in Brooklyn (MGM, 1947) Frank Sinatra, Jimmy Durante 103 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}1:30 am Cynthia (MGM, 1947) Elizabeth Taylor 98 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}3:30 am Thousands Cheer (MGM, 1947) Gene Kelly, Lena Horne 126 min.{font}
































































































































































































































































































































































































{font:Arial}{color:black}Tuesday, April 17, 2012{font}


Day 2{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}6:00 am Take Me Out to the Ball Game (MGM, 1949) Frank Sinatra, Gene Kelly 93 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}7:45 am Words and Music (MGM, 1948) Mickey Rooney 122 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}10:00 am Good News (MGM, 1947) June Allyson, Peter Lawford 94 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}12:00 pm On An Island With You (MGM, 1948) Esther Williams, Peter Lawford 108 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}2:00 pm Two Weeks With Love (MGM, 1950) (MGM, 1950) Debbie Reynolds 93 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}3:45 pm A Date With Judy (MGM, 1948) Elizabeth Taylor, Jane Powell 114 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}6:00 pm The Harvey Girls (MGM, 1946) Judy Garland 102 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}8:00 pm Free and Easy (MGM, 1930) Robert Taylor 93 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}10:00 pm Reckless (MGM, 1935) Jean Harlow 98 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}12:00 mid Suzy (MGM, 1936) Jean Harlow, Cary Grant 94 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}2:00 am Born to Dance (MGM, 1936) Eleanor Powell, James Stewart 106 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}4:00 am Idiot's Delight (MGM, 1939) Clark Gable, Norma Shearer 111 min.{font}
































































































































































































































































































































































































{font:Arial}{color:black}Wednesday, April 17, 2012{font}


Day 3{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}6:00 am Broadway Melody of 1938 (MGM, 1937) Judy Garland 111 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}8:00 am Broadway to Hollywood (MGM, 1933) Mickey Rooney 85 min.Love Finds Andy Hardy (1938) Mickey Rooney, Judy Garland 92 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}9:45 am Babes in Arms (MGM, 1939) Mickey Rooney, Judy Garland 97 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}11:30 am Strike Up the Band (MGM, 1940) Mickey Rooney, Judy Garland 121 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}2:00 pm Babes on Broadway (MGM, 1942) Mickey Rooney, Judy Garland 118 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}4:00 pm Girl Crazy (MGM, 1943) Mickey Rooney, Judy Garland 99 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}6:00 pm Ziegfeld Follies (MGM, 1946) Fred Astaire, Gene Kelly 110 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}8:00 pm Barkleys of Broadway (MGM, 1949)Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers 109 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}10:00 pm Dancing Lady (MGM, 1933) Joan Crawford, Fred Astaire 92 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}11:45 pm The Band Wagon (MGM, 1952) Fred Astaire, Cyd Charisse 113 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}1:45 am Royal Wedding (MGM, 1951) Fred Astaire 94 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}3:30 am Toast of New Orleans (MGM, 1950) Kathryn Grayson, Mario Lanza 98 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}5:15 am Short: Some of the Best - Twenty-Five Years of Motion Picture Leadership (MGM, 1949) incl All Star Luncheon 42 min.{font}
































































































































































































































































































































































































{font:Arial}{color:black}Thursday, April 18, 2012{font}


Day 4{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}6:00 am Bathing Beauty (MGM, 1944) Red Skelton, Esther Williams 102 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}7:45 am Pagan Love Song (MGM, 1950) Esther Williams, Howard Keel 76 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}9:15 am Dangerous When Wet (MGM, 1953) Esther William, Fernando Lamas 96 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}11:00 am Neptune's Daughter (MGM, 1949) Esther Williams, Ricardo Montalban 93 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}12:45 pm Easy to Love (MGM, 1953) Esther Williams, Van Johnson 97 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}2:30 pm Million Dollar Mermaid (MGM, 1952) Esther Williams 111 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}4:30 pm Pagan Love Song (MGM, 1950) Esther Williams, Howard Keel 76 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}6:00 pm Three Little Words (MGM, 1950) Fred Astaire, Red Skelton, Debbie Reynolds 103 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}8:00 pm The Pirate (MGM, 1948) Gene Kelly 102 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}9:45 pm Living In A Big Way (MGM, 1947) Gene Kelly 104 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}11:45 pm On the Town (MGM, 1949) Gene Kelly, Frank Sinatra 98 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}1:30 am Anchors Aweigh (MGM, 1945) Frank Sinatra, Gene Kelly 140 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}4:00 am Summer Stock (MGM, 1950) Gene Kelly, Judy Garland 110 min.{font}
































































































































































































































































































































































































{font:Arial}{color:black}Friday, April 19, 2012{font}


Day 5{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}6:00 am In the Good Old Summertime (MGM, 1949) Judy Garland 103 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}Short: La Fiesta De Santa Barbara (MGM, 1935) Gumm Sisters 19 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}Short: Every Sunday (MGM, 1936) Judy Garland, Deanna Durbin 11 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}8:30 am The Wizard of Oz (MGM, 1939) Judy Garland 102 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}10:15 am Meet Me In St. Louis (MGM, 1944) Judy Garland 113 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}12:15 pm Going Hollywood (MGM, 1933) Bing Crosby 78 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}1:45 pm High Society (MGM, 1956) Bing Crosby 107 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}3:45 pm Hit the Deck (MGM, 1955) Jane Powell 113 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}6:00 pm Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (MGM, 1956) Howard Keel, Jane Powell 103 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}8:00 pm Small Town Girl (MGM, 1953) Ann Miller 95 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}9:45 pm Show Boat (MGM, 1951) Kathryn Grayson, Howard Keel 108 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}11:45 pm Gigi (MGM, 1958) Leslie Caron, Louis Jordan 116 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}1:45 pm An American in Paris (MGM, 1951) 114 min.{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}3:45 pm That's Entertainment (MGM, 1974) 135 min.{font}
































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































{font:Arial}{color:black}Saturday, April 20, 2012{font}


*The Fu Manchurian Candidate*


6:00 am The Mysterious Dr. Fu Manchu (Par., 1929) Warner Oland, Jean Arthur 80 min. PREMIERE{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}7:30 am The Return of Dr. Fu Manchu (Par., 1930) Warner Oland, Jean Arthur 73 min. PREMIERE{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}9:00 am Paramount on Parade (Par., 1930) Warner Oland 102 min.PREMIERE{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}11:00 am Drums of Fu Manchu (Republic, 1940) chap. 1 Fu Manchu Strikes PREMIERE{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}11:30 am Drums of Fu Manchu (Republic, 1940) chap. 2 The Monster{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}12:00 pm Daughter of the Dragon (Par., 1931) Warner Oland, Anna May Wong 70 min.{font}


*In the Background: Verna Fields, Editor*


{font:Arial}{color:black}1:30 pm What's Up Doc? (WB, 1972) Barbra Streisand, Ryan O'Neal 94 min. PREMIERE{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}3:15 pm American Graffiti (Univ., 1973) Ron Howard, Richard Dreyfuss 113 min p/s{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}5:30 pm Jaws (Univ., 1975) Roy Scheider 124 min. p/s{font}


*Star of the Month: Playmates of the Month*


8:00 pm THE ESSENTIALS: The Seven Year Itch (Fox, 1955) Marilyn Monroe 105 min. p/s{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}10:00 pm The Ghost and Mr.Chicken (Univ., 1966) Don Knotts, Joan Staley 90 min. p/s{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}11:45 pm The Nutty Professor (Par., 1963) Jerry Lewis, Stella Stevens 108 min. p/s{font}

{font:Arial}{color:black}2:00 am TCM UNDERGROUND Can Heironymus Merkin Ever Forget Mercy Humppe and Find True Happiness? (Univ. 1969) Anthony Newley, Connie Kreski, Joan Collins, Milton Berle, George Jessel 104 min. PREMIERE

{font}4{font:Arial}{color:black}:00 am They All Laughed (PSO, 1981) Audrey Hepburn, Ben Gazzara, John Ritter,Dorothy Stratten 115 min. PREMIERE{font}


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{quote:title=Fedya wrote:}{quote}SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2012


Don't you know my name?


0600 *Somewhere in the Night* (1946, Fox, 110 min) PREMIERE

0800 *Possessed* (1947, WB, 108 min)

1000 *Mr. Buddwing* (1966, MGM, 100 min)

1145 *Random Harvest* (1942, MGM, 126 min)


Oh yes, we know your name!


1400 *I Am Suzanne!* (1933, Fox, 98 min) PREMIERE

1545 *A Guy Named Joe* (1941, MGM, 122 min)

1800 *A Man Called Horse* (1970, National General, 110 min)


A night of movies in, as the titles imply, every color of the rainbow


2000 *Navy Blue and Gold* (1934, MGM, 94 min)

2145 *The Silver Cord* (1933, RKO, 74 min)

2315 *Ride the Pink Horse* (1947, 101 min, p/s)

0100 *The Red Mill* (1927, Cosmpoliatan, 74 min) Silent Sunday Night

0230 *The Blue Light* (1932, Leni Riefenstahl, 85 min) EXEMPT as TCM Import

0400 *The Corn is Green* (1945, WB, 115 min)




A TCM salute to classic TV


0600 *Greed* (1924, MGM, 140 min)

0830 *Jeopardy* (1953, MGM, 69 min)

0945 *The Millionaire* (1931, WB, 80 min)

1115 *Taxi!* (1932, WB, 69 min)

1230 *Perfect Strangers* (1950, WB, 88 min, p/s)


The title is a metaphor. Don't take it so literally.


1400 *The Naked City* (1948, Mark Hellinger, 96 min)

1545 *Ten Thousand Bedrooms* (1957, MGM, 114 min)

1745 *Chariots of Fire* (1981, 124 min, p/s)


Hugh Herbert, meet F. Hugh Herbert


2000 *Colleen* (1936, WB, 89 min)

2145 *The Sin Ship* (1931, RKO, 65 min)

2300 *Hit Parade of 1941* (1940, Republic, 88 min) PREMIERE

0045 *Traveling Saleslady* (1935, WB, 65 min)

0200 *We're in the Money* (1935, WB, 66 min)

0315 *Men Are Such Fools* (1938, WB, 69 min)

0430 *Fashions of 1934* (1934, WB, 78 min)




Did you get that name when you got married? People with hyphenated names


0600 *Make Mine Mink* (1960, Rank, 100 min, p/s) (stars Terry-Thomas)

0745 *The Sea Hawk* (1940, WB, 127 min) (costumes by Orry-Kelly)

1000 *Viva Las Vegas* (1964, MGM, 85 min) (stars Ann-Margret)

1130 *Z* (1969, 127 min, p/s) (directed by Costa-Gavras)


Like Harry S Truman, the letter is my full name: people known by one initial and a middle name.


1345 *Dancing Co-Ed* (1939, MGM, 84 min) (directed by S. Sylvain Simon)

1515 *The Last Time I Saw Paris* (1954, MGM, 116 min) (based on a story by F. Scott Fitzgerald)

1715 *Polly of the Circus* (1932, MGM, 69 min) C. Aubrey Smith

1830 *The Man in the White Suit* (1951, Rank, 85 min, p/s) (J. Arthur Rank Organization)


If you thought the last programming block was bad, the next is twice as bad: People known by two or more initials


2000 *The Singing Kid* (1936, First National, 85 min) EY Harburg

2130 *A Song is Born* (1948, Goldwyn, 113 min, p/s) OZ Whitehead

2330 *On Dangerous Ground* (1952, RKO, 82 min) (screenplay by AI Bezzarides)

0100 *Two Guys From Milwaukee* (1946, WB, 96 min) IAL Diamond

0245 *Christmas in Connecticut* (1945, WB, 102 min) SZ Sakall

0430 *Pushover* (1954, Columbia, 88 min) EG Marshall




Is that your first name or your last name?


0600 *The Third Man* (1949, London Films, 104 min, p/s) (Valli)

0745 *That Hagen Girl* (1947, WB, 83 min) (Costumes by Travilla)

0915 *Fort Apache* (1948, RKO, 125 min) (Movita plays the cook)

1130 *The Thrill of it All* (1963, Universal, 108 min, p/s) (music by DeVol)


The people above only have one name because the people below stole one of the names to give themselves three names


1330 *Dinner at Eight* (1933, MGM, 111 min) Louise Closser Hale

1530 *High School Confidential!* (1958, MGM, 85 min) John Drew Barrymore

1700 *Bluebeard's Eighth Wife* (1938, Paramount, 85 min, p/s) (Edward Everett Horton)

1830 *Remember?* (1939, MGM, 83 min) Laura Hope Crews


I've heard every variation on the one joke you can make about my name: Star of the Month George Raft NIGHT 4


2000 *Red Light* (1948, UA, 83 min, p/s)

2130 *Race Street* (1948, RKO, 79 min)

2300 *Each Dawn I Die* (1939, WB, 92 min)

0045 *They Drive By Night* (1940, WB, 95 min)

0230 *Scarface* (1932, UA, 92 min, p/s)

0415 *Manpower* (1941, WB, 104 min)




Which one is your first name and which one is your last name?


0600 *He Ran All the Way* (1951, UA, 77 min, p/s) Norman Lloyd

0730 *Illegal* (1955, WB, 88 min, p/s) DeForrest Kelly

0900 *The Scarlet Pimpernel* (1934, London Film, 97 min, p/s) Leslie Howard

1045 *Skyscraper Souls* (1932, MGM, 99 min) Warren William

1230 *The Keyhole* (1933, WB, 69 min) Kay Francis and George Brent


Is that your real name?


1345 *Young and Innocent* (1937, Gaumont, 80 min, p/s) Nova Pilbeam

1515 *Dead of Night* (1945, Ealing, 103 min, p/s) Esme Percy

1700 *Miranda* (1948, Sydney Box, 80 min, p/s) Glynis Johns

1830 *Voodo Island* (1957, UA, 76 min) PREMIERE Murvyn Vye


Are you a man or a woman?


2000 *Men in White* (1934, MGM, 74 min) Jean Hersholt

2130 *The Plainsman* (1936, Paramount, 113 min) PREMIERE Jean Arthur

2330 *The Magnificent Dope* (1942, Fox, 82 min) PREMIERE Gene Tierney

0100 *Blackmail* (1939, MGM, 81 min) Gene Lockhart

0230 *Detective Story* (1951, Paramount, 103 min, p/s) Lee Grant

0415 *The Best Man* (1964, UA, 102 min, p/s) Lee Tracy




Movies with titles you shouldn't mix up


0600 *Cynara* (1932, Goldwyn, 75 min, p/s)

0730 *Sayonara* (1957, WB, 147 min, p/s)

1000 *Topaz* (1969, Universal, 143 min, p/s)

1230 *Topaze* (1933, RKO, 78 min)

1400 *Five Came Back* (1939, RKO, 75 min)

1530 *Three Came Home* (1950, Fox, 106 min, p/s)

1715 *The House on 56th Street* (1933, WB, 68 min)

1830 *The House on 92nd Street* (1945, Fox, 88 min)


With a name that obscure, he's got to be a distant cousin: a salute to director Victor Schertzinger


2000 *Something to Sing About* (1937, Grand National, 89 min) PREMIERE

2145 *Nothing But the Truth* (1929, Paramount, 78 min) PREMIERE

2315 *By Your Leave* (1934, RKO, 82 min)

0045 *The Fleet's In* (1942, Paramount, 93 min, p/s)


TCM Underground: Movies with titles so interesting they might just make me watch


0230 *Can Heironymus Merkin Ever Forget Mercy Humppe and Find True Happiness?* (1969, Taralex, 107 min) EXEMPT

0430 *Oh Dad, Poor Dad, Mama's Hung You in the Closet and I'm Feeling So Sad*(1967, Seven Arts, 86 min) EXEMPT




Movies with people who changed their names


0600 *All My Sons* (1948, UI, 95 min, p/s) (Harry Morgan credited as Henry Morgan)

0745 *The Gay Sisters* (1942, WB, 110 min) (Gig Young credited as Byron Barr)

0945 *No More Ladies* (1935, MGM, 80 min) (Joan Fontaine credited as Joan Burfield)

1115 *The Wind* (1928, MGM, 79 min) (Director Victor Sjöström credited as Victor Seastrom)

Short: 1925 Studio Tour (1925, MGM, 32 min) (Joan Crawford appears as Lucille La Sueur)


Movies with characters who change their names


1315 *Foreign Correspondent* (1940, UA, 120 min) (Johnny Jones becomes Huntley Haverstock)

Short: The Wedding of Jack and Jill (1930, Vitaphone/WB, 8 min) (Judy Garland appears as Frances Gumm)

1530 *A Star is Born* (1954, WB, 176 min, p/s) (Esther Blodgett becomes Vickie Lester)

1830 *The Palm Beach Story* (1942, Paramount, 88 min, p/s) (Tom Jeffers gets called Capt. McGloo by his wife)


Stop me if you've seen this one before


2000 *The Big Carnival* (1951, Paramount, 111 min, p/s)

2200 *Build My Gallows High* (1947, RKO, 97 min)

2345 *All That Money Can Buy* (1941, RKO, 106 min)

0145 *Quatermass and the Pit* (1967, Hammer, 97 min, p/s)

0330 *Ring-a-Ding Rhythm* (1962, Columbia, 78 min, p/s)

0500 *Two Against the World* (1936, First National, 56 min)


Edited by: Fedya on Oct 29, 2011 7:58 AM


{quote:title=Fedya wrote:}{quote}NOTES ON A SCHEDULE


This week's schedule asks the question, "What's in a name?" (Or, in some cases, what isn't in a name.) The question is obviously answered in a whole bunch of different ways. First up, on Sunday morning, we have a couple of movies with characters who can't remember their names or who can't be identified by the police. That's followed by a series of movies where we obviously know the names of the people right from the title. (I would like to have included *My Name is Julia Ross* here, but at only 65 minutes, I couldn't get it to time out properly.)


That's followed on Sunday night by a series of movies in living color -- every color of the rainbow. Well, not the trendy colors like loden or heather that you find in catalogs. They didn't have colors like that when they were making classic films. Come to think of it, they didn't have much color at all back then.


Lonesome Polecat said we could use classic TV in our schedule, so I decided to use it in a tangential way, by including a series of movies that have the titles of later TV shows, but in which the movie and TV show have nothing in common.


The movie *The Naked City* was more or less the inspiration for the later TV show of the same name, but there's precious little nudity in the movie. (Thankfully: we don't want to see Barry Fitzgerald naked.) There are only a couple of bedrooms in *Ten Thousand Bedrooms*, and no chariots in *Chariots of Fire*. (And the only fire is the Olympic flame.)


Some months back, I was watching a 1930s WB movie on TCM and noticed that the screenplay was written by "F. Hugh Herbert". I wondered if that was a mistake and it shouldn't have been Hugh Herbert, and wondered why I never knew that the character actor also wrote screenplays. It turns out, of course, that the two are completely different people. (At least, I think they are. Has anybody ever seen the two of them together?) Six movies for which F. Hugh Herbert wrote the screenplay have Hugh Herbert in the cast, and there's a seventh in which F. Hugh Herbert wrote "additional dialog". All seven of them neatly fit into the 10 hours of a TCM prime time lineup. F. Hugh Herbert also fits the part of the Challenge that requires a look at somebody behind the scenes.


Moving to Tuesday, we get four people who go by hyphenated names followed by four people who, like the aforementioned F. Hugh Herbert, generally got screen credit as their first initial followed by a middle name and a family name. That's followed on Tuesday night by people who went one better and used two initials followed by a family name. (Or three, in the case of IAL Diamond.)


Costume designers commonly received credit under one name: Adrian, Renié, and Irene come to mind. But there were movies in which people doing other things also went by only one name. Alida Valli shows up in the credits to *The Third Man* only as Valli, while Frank De Vol shows up as "DeVol" sans space in some of his movies. This is also the day when we find out whether "Travilla" is a man, a woman, a company, or one of Austin Powers' fembots.


While there were some people who went under one name, there were others who went by three names. It seemed obvious to pair the two, although I probably should have found a way to include Van Nest Polglase (whom I was thinking of using in a different programming block as well).


That's followed by the Star of the Month. How could I come up with a Star of the Month under the general theme of "What's in a Name"? I decided to pick one whose name was the punchline to jokes. George Raft is an obvious one, with his name being parodied in the Warner Bros. animated short *The Coo-Coo Nut Grove* (or is it*Hollywood Steps Out* ?) If you've seen the shorts, you'll know what the joke is. Even if you haven't it should be obvious.


On Thursday morning we have some people where it's not quite clear which name is the first name and which is the last. I wanted to use Norman Lloyd's brother Nolan Lloyd, but time constraints prevented that. Thursday afternoon sees people with odd names where, as best I have been able to figure out, these names weren't given to the stars by the studio bosses. Murvyn Vye, in fact, is Murvyn Vye, Jr., so we know how he got that terrible name.


On Thursday night, we have six people who you can tell by looking at them whether they're men or women. But you can't necessarily tell it from their names in the credits. Two Jeans, two Genes, and two Lees.


I probably should have tried to include the classic TV salute with Friday's lineup, since those movie titles are ones you shouldn't confuse with the TV shows. But there were so many movie pairs with close but not matching titles that I could fill the whole morning and afternoon, while still omitting pairs (*The Young In Heart* followed by*Young At Heart*, for example).


The name Schürzinger isn't terribly common even in Germany. Some Schürzingers (such as my grandfather) emigrated to America, and thanks to that umlaut over the U, the name got transliterated upon arrival to America. There are Schirtzingers out there, as well as Scherzingers and Schuerzingers. And then there's Victor Schertzinger. I'm not 100% certain that we're distant cousins, but I do know that there are variant spellings who are distantly related to each other. So, we have four of his movies, if only because it took that many to get the night to time out properly.


The Friday night Underground movies aren't necessarily movies that have to be relegated to the overnight, but just obscure enough and with wacky enough titles that I'd like to see them programmed.


On Saturday, we have several people who went under two names, and are credited under the lesser-known name. (Victor Seastrom may be an exception; I think most people would recognize Harry Morgan from his days on Dragnet or as Col. Potter onMASH and not when he was going by "Henry".) That's followed by some characters who were known under two different names. Finally are a bunch of movies that have been known under two different names. I used the names you're less likely to recognize only to see how many of these movies you all actually recognize, starting with Billy Wilder's essential *The Big Carnival*. They are real pictures, and the production information listed is accurate, so you should be able to look them up if you don't recognize them.

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Sunny's Notes:


{quote:title=Sunny75 wrote:}{quote}{font:Times New Roman} {font}{font:Calibri}Notes on the schedule by Sunny75:{font}


{font:Calibri}First of all, hats off to LonesomePolecat for a terrific challenge.This was a lot of fun to put together, and I learned a lot while I was doing it, too. I am thrilled about the In the Background challenge, because movies are such a collaborative process. If even one artist in a great movie had been different, the resulting movie would have been quite changed. I could not stop with one In the Background artist, though, so I settled for four, two relating to the sound of the movies, and two relating to the visual aspects of the movies.{font}



{font:Calibri}My overall theme for the week is Music, Music, Music, and many of my blocks of movies have a theme reflected in the title of a song, including the song Happy Birthday.{font}



{font:Calibri}I start with a birthday tribute to one of my favorite character actors, Eric Blore, culminating with my favorite Eric Blore role, the invaluable manservant Bates in TOP HAT.{font}



{font:Calibri}Eric Blore was valet to Edward Everett Horton in TOP HAT, so I segue to a couple of fine and fun movies with EEH as a supporting player.{font}



{font:Calibri}Next is another song title, Men in Tights, and the two very best movies ever made about men in tights.{font}



{font:Calibri}For Silent Sunday and the TCM Import, I chose two of the most visually stunning movies I have ever seen.{font}



{font:Calibri}All day Monday, December 24, falls under the theme song, The Sound of Music, with birthday tributes to two great musical talents who were both so prolific that I used each of them as In the Background artists. I start, though, with three movies which came out in 1943 and which each had a song nominated for an Oscar, but none of which won. The movies and their nominated songs are as follows:{font}



{font:Calibri}SOMETHING TO SHOUT ABOUT You d Be So Nice to Come Home To{font}



{font:Calibri}STAR SPANGLED RHYTHM That Old Black Magic{font}



{font:Calibri}CABIN IN THE SKY Happiness Is a Thing Called Joe{font}



{font:Calibri}A bit of trivia about SOMETHING TO SHOUT ABOUT is that Cyd Charisse made her feature movie debut in that movie, billed as Lily Norwood.{font}



{font:Calibri}Now you know some of the songs which lost at the Oscars that year, so which song won? From HELLO, FRISCO, HELLO the song is You'll Never Know, which was written by birthday celebration guy Harry Warren. And that brings us to his birthday tribute, and my first In the Background spotlight. Warren wrote one or more songs for each of the movies in his lineup. The songs he wrote for each movie are as follows:{font}



{font:Calibri}HELLO, FRISCO, HELLO You'll Never Know{font}



{font:Calibri}GOLD DIGGERS OF 1935 Lullaby of Broadway{font}



{font:Calibri}THE HARVEY GIRLS On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe{font}



{font:Calibri}AN AFFAIR TO REMEMBER Title song{font}



{font:Calibri}42ND STREET 42ND Street, Shuffle Off to Buffalo{font}



{font:Calibri}You re Getting {font}{font:Calibri}to be a Habit with Me{font}



{font:Calibri}On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe won Warren another Oscar.{font}



{font:Calibri}We have not one but two musicians celebrating their birthday on December 24, the other being Franz Waxman, who is also my second In the Background artist. For the evening and all through the night we have a variety of movies whose scores were written by Waxman. Scores by Waxman are so wonderful that I remember the tunes, even without words, long after the movie is over. Waxman won Oscars two years in a row for SUNSET BLVD and A PLACE IN THE SUN. The American Film Institute ranked the score for SUNSET BLVD number 16 on their list of the greatest film scores, and all the scores scheduled for tonight and overnight were nominated for that list. This includes THE BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN, the first score by Waxman for an American movie, after five years of writing scores for European movies.{font}



{font:Calibri}Tuesday, Christmas Day; what can I say? I love Christmas, and I love movies that tie in to the holiday. The movies scheduled during the daytime hours are most directly related to Christmas, but even the movies scheduled at night and overnight have scenes set at Christmas.{font}



{font:Calibri}Wednesday, Dec. 26, we start with another birthday tribute to a character actor, this time to Elisha Cook, Jr., who played in everything from musicals to westerns to dramas, but whose type-cast role seemed to be the two bit hood. The movie PIGSKIN PARADE not only has Cook playing a radical, it also has the feature movie debut of Judy Garland. THEY WON’T FORGET and THE KILLING spotlight Cook in the kind of roles he played most often, the sinister weakling. A more sympathetic role for Cook came in SHANE, which begins my Challenge No. 1, Getting to Know You.{font}



{font:Calibri}Here is why I chose these movies to tell about myself. Although I am from the Eastern US and have lived there all my life, I love the natural beauty of the American west, and particularly northwestern Wyoming, where SHANE was filmed. I am also a big fan of Brandon de Wilde, a child actor who successfully made the transition to adult roles, but whose life was tragically cut short by an automobile accident. I spent my entire adult life working as a civilian at various Navy facilities, so FOLLOW THE FLEET was a logical choice. I also love musicals with Astaire and Rogers. My father is a minister, and I grew up near where I’D CLIMB THE HIGHEST MOUNTAIN was filmed. There were a lot of parallels, and some big differences, between my life growing up and what was portrayed in that movie.And I love music, as you have probably guessed from some of my other comments, so I chose THE SOUND OF MUSIC. I love to sing, but I have to admit I am no Julie Andrews.{font}



{font:Calibri}Brush up Your Shakespeare{font}



{font:Calibri}The Zeffirelli version of ROMEO AND JULIET is my favorite movie version of this play, and I do not understand why TCM does not show it more often. The Zeffirelli version of THE TAMING OF THE SHREW is great fun and I think Liz Taylor was terrific. I really debated about HENRY V; I love the Branagh version, and much prefer it to the 1945 version, because of the way the battle scenes are opened up in the Branagh version. And when Branagh gives his St. Crispin Day speech, he moves me so much I want to enlist to fight. The movie is the newest in my schedule, though, and I like my classic movies well aged. Still, I like this version better than the Olivier version, which is clearly a classic, so I guess that makes the Branagh version a classic, too. If there are any who disagree, the Olivier version is almost exactly the same length and could be substituted in this time slot without any other change to the schedule. HAMLET speaks for itself.{font}



{font:Calibri}Thursday, December 26{font}



{font:Calibri}I wanted to do an In the Background celebration of a cinematographer, and THE SEARCHERS is a visual knockout, so I looked up its cinematographer and learned about Winton Hoch. I had no idea what other movies he had done until I checked his filmography. What a wonderful surprise. Hoch had many successes with John Ford, including two Oscars for THE QUIET MAN and SHE WORE A YELLOW RIBBON. Hoch also had many successes with other directors, as evidenced by A STAR IS BORN, the 1954 version, and THE SUNDOWNERS. Hoch also won his first Oscar for a Victor Fleming movie. I included MR ROBERTS to show that great cinematography is not dependent on great scenery.{font}



{font:Calibri}For My Star of the Month, I chose Ronald Colman. I do not think he has ever been SOM before, which surprises me. He certainly had the talent, as well as the filmography. For tonight, the focus is on Romantic Ronald Colman. So of course, I had to start with A TALE OF TWO CITIES, where Colman gives his life to ensure the happiness of the woman he loves. How romantic. Next we have THE PRISONER OF ZENDA, where Colman gives up the woman he loves out of honor. Lest you think the guy has to lose the girl to be romantic, we have my alltime favorite, RANDOM HARVEST, which ends happily ever after, and LOST HORIZONS, which ends happily even longer ever after. We end Ronald Colman night with a little romantic fluff, THE UNHOLY GARDEN. By the way, for the other weeks, you could have Rascally Ronald Colman, with Raffles, Kismet, The Man Who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo and If I Were King; Righteous Ronald Colman, with Talk of the Town, Bulldog Drummond, Clive of India and The Late George Apley; and Remarkable Ronald Colman, with A Double Life, Champagne for Caesar, Lady Windemeres Fan and Under Two Flags. TCM Programmers, take note, and give us Ronald Colman as SOM.{font}



{font:Calibri}Friday, December 28, is the anniversary of the beginning of the Seminole War against white settlers, and the Friday schedule starts with DISTANT DRUMS, a movie about the Seminole Wars. This is the beginning of a day where we look at the Southern United States as it has been depicted in films set mostly in the twentieth century. I am not going to go through my rationale for each movie; I just wanted high quality movies that portrayed the South lovingly but honestly, showing both the good and the bad, since every place has both.{font}



{font:Calibri}For the evening, our theme song is Bens Song. This is the only time I ever heard of a song being written about and to a four legged rat. I am excluding Jerry the Mouse, of course. Anyhow, the Ben in my lineup is the wonderful Ben Johnson, and I have three movies featuring this great guy. First is RIO GRANDE, which has Johnson playing the kind of role he was most known for, and which shows off his riding abilities, since he started out as a rodeo rider. Next is MIGHTY JOE YOUNG, one of the very few movies in which Johnson has top male billing. Finally comes THE LAST PICTURE SHOW, for which Johnson won an Oscar.{font}



{font:Calibri}Then for TCM Underground, what better movie than BEN, the one that made Bens Song famous? And if loving a four legged rat is not MAD LOVE, I do not know what is. Then Peter Lorre helps us segue into the Saturday Murder, Mystery and Mayhem set with THANK YOU, MR. MOTO.{font}



{font:Calibri}Saturday, I started with the best of the B mystery movies, then moved to the best of B westerns. How I love those singing cowboys. After a couple of better or Boetticher westerns, and one more movie for the kids, I get to do my last In the Background challenge, which is Gowns, Fashions and Costumes by Adrian.{font}



{font:Calibri}I just love designs by Adrian, and Adrian was actually the first person In the Background whom I thought of spotlighting. I wanted to include THE WOMEN in the Adrian segment, though, and I also wanted to use THE WOMEN as my TCM Essential. So, while Adrian was the artist I thought of first, his block of films appears last on my schedule, beginning with the TCM Essential movie, THE WOMEN.By the way, that movie includes a knockout fashion show, and Adrian also designed the fashion show, with separate billing in the credits. Similarly, in THE GREAT ZIEGFELD, there is a Fashion Parade, and Adrian designed that Fashion Parade, with separate billing, as well as the beautiful gowns of the two Mrs. Ziegfelds and the costumes of the Ziegfeld girls. ZIEGFELD GIRL was a logical followon behind THE GREAT ZIEGFELD. I have never compared the costumes from the two Ziegfeld movies, but it would be interesting to do so, since they are both MGM movies, made only a few years apart, and they have the same director and the same costume designer. And to get back to my original rationale for my choices, just remember the stunning gowns worn by Harlow, and even Marie Dressler, in DINNER AT EIGHT.{font}



{font:Calibri}Well, there are my reasons for the movies I chose. Kudos again to LonesomePolecat for a really fun challenge.{font}









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Edited by: Sunny75 on Oct 31, 2011 8:59 PM


Edited by: Sunny75 on Oct 31, 2011 10:36 PM


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{font:Calibri}What a fun challenge! Here's my entry:{font}




{font:Calibri}SUNDAY, DEC. 23{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{color:red}{font:Calibri}Eric Blore, Happy Birthday!{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}6:00 AM-7:30 SEVEN KEYS TO BALDPATE, 1935, Gene Raymond, Margaret Callahan; William Hamilton and Edward Killey, Dir. 80 min. RKO Pictures {font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}7:30-9:15 DIAMOND JIM, 1935, Edward Arnold, Jean Arthur; Edward Sutherland, Dir. 93 min. Universal Studios, PREMIERE{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}9:15-10:45 THE EX-MRS. BRADFORD, 1936, William Powell, Jean Arthur; Stephen Roberts, Dir. 80 min. {font}{font:Calibri}RKO Pictures{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}10:45-12:00 PM PASSPORT TO SUEZ, 1943, Warren William, Ann Savage; Andre De Toth, Dir. 71 min. Columbia Pictures,PREMIERE{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}12:00-1:45 THE LADY EVE, 1941, Barbara Stanwyck, Henry Fonda; Preston Sturges, Dir. 94 min. Paramount Pictures p/s{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}1:45-3:15 SAN DIEGO, I LOVE YOU, 1944, Jon Hall, Louise Albritton; Reginald LeBorg, Dir. 83 min. Universal, PREMIERE{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}3:15-5:00 TOP HAT, 1935, Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers; Mark Sandrich, Dir. 99 min. RKO Pictures{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{color:red}{font:Calibri}Segue to Edward Everett Horton (also in Top Hat){font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}5:00-6:45 HOLIDAY, 1938, Katharine Hepburn, Cary Grant; George Cukor, Dir. 93 min. Columbia Pictures, p/s{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}6:45 – 8:00 GOING HIGHBROW, 1935, Guy Kibbee, ZaSu Pitts; Robert Florey, Dir. 67 min. Warner Brothers{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{color:red}{font:Calibri}“Men in Tights”{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}8:00-10:00 THE COURT JESTER, 1956, Danny Kaye, Glynis Johns; Norman Panama and Melvin Frank, Dir. 101 min. (plus time for wrap-around comments) Paramount Studios, p/s{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}10:00-12:00AM THE ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD, 1938, Errol Flynn, Olivia DeHavilland; Michael Curtiz and William Keighley, Dir. 102 min. (plus time for wrap-around comments)Warner Brothers{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}(If time permits, there’s a great short about Howard Hill, archer extraordinaire who performed the archery shots and developed the unique sound of the arrows in the 1938 ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD). p/s{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{color:red}{font:Calibri}Silent Sunday Night{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}12:00AM-2:00 SUNRISE, A SONG OF TWO HUMANS, 1927, George O’Brien, Janet Gaynor; F. W. Murnau, Dir. 110 min 20^th^Century Fox p/s{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{color:red}{font:Calibri}TCM Import{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}2:00-3:45 BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, 1946, Jean Marais, Josette Day; Jean Cocteau, Dir. 95 min. Janus Films/Cowboy Pictures p/s{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}3:45-5:45 THE BAD AND THE BEAUTIFUL, 1953, Kirk Douglas, Lana Turner; Vincente Minelli, Dir. 117 min. MGM{font}



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{font:Calibri}MONDAY, DEC. 24 (THEME-THE SOUND OF MUSIC){font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{color:red}{font:Calibri}Movies with also-ran Songs nominated for an OSCAR in 1943{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{color:black}{font:Calibri}5:45 AM-7:15 SOMETHING TO SHOUT ABOUT, 1943, Don Ameche, Janet Blair; Gregory Ratoff, dir. 90 min. Columbia, PREMIERE{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{color:black}{font:Calibri}7:15-9:00 STAR SPANGLED RHYTHM, 1943, Bing Crosby, Ray Milland, Veronica Lake; George Marshall, dir. 99 min; Paramount,PREMIERE{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{color:black}{font:Calibri}9:00-10:45 CABIN IN THE SKY, 1943, Eddie “Rochester” Anderson, Lena Horne, Ethel Waters; Vincente Minelli, dir. 99 min; MGM{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{color:red}{font:Calibri}Happy Birthday, Harry Warren (Songwriter) (Challenge # 2, Take 1-includes all movies until 7:30PM){font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}10:45-12:30 PM HELLO, FRISCO, HELLO, 1943, Alice Faye, John Payne; Bruce Humberstone, dir. 98 min, Fox, PREMIERE{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}12:30-2:15 GOLD DIGGERS OF 1935, 1935, Dick Powell, AdolpheMenjou, Gloria Stuart; Busby Berkley, dir. 95 min, Warner Brothers{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}2:15-4:00 THE HARVEY GIRLS, 1946, Judy Garland, Ray Bolger; George Sidney, dir. 104 min. MGM{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}4:00-5:30 42^ND^ STREET, 1933, Warner Baxter, Ruby Keeler; Lloyd Bacon, Dir. 89 min; Warner Brothers{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}5:30-7:30, AN AFFAIR TO REMEMBER, 1957, Cary Grant, Deborah Kerr; Leo McCary, dir. 115 min, Fox, p/s{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{color:red}{font:Calibri}7:30-8:00 NOW SHOWING{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{color:red}{font:Calibri}Happy Birthday, Franz Waxman (Music Director) (Challenge # 2, Take 2 – includes all movies until 6AM){font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}8:00-10:30 REBECCA, 1940, Laurence Olivier, Joan Fontaine; Alfred Hitchcock, dir. 130 min. (plus time for wrap-around comments) RKO{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}10:00-12:15AM A PLACE IN THE SUN, 1951, Montgomery Clift,Elizabeth Taylor; George Stevens, dir. 122 min, Paramount, p/s{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}12:15AM-2:15 SUNSET BLVD. 1950, Gloria Swanson, William Holden; Billy Wilder, dir. 110 min, Paramount, p/s{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}2:15-3:45 BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN, 1935, Boris Karloff, Elsa Lanchester; James Whale, dir. 75 min (plus time for intro)Universal, p/s{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}3:45-6:15 THE NUN’S STORY, 1959, Audrey Hepburn, Peter Finch; Fred Zinneman, dir. 149 min; Warner Brothers, p/s{font}



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{font:Calibri}TUESDAY, DEC. 25 {color:red}(THEME-HAVE YOURSELF A MERRY LITTLE CHRISTMAS, aka Christmas Chestnuts){font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}6:15-8:00 CHRISTMAS IN CONNECTICUT, 1945, Barbara Stanwyck, Dennis Morgan; Peter Godfrey, dir. 104 min. Warner Brothers{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}8:00-9:45 HOLIDAY INN, 1942, Bing Crosby, Fred Astaire,Marjorie Reynolds; Mark Sandrich, dir. 104 min. Paramount, p/s{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}9:45-11:15 A CHRISTMAS CAROL, 1951, Alastair Sim, Mervyn Johns; Brian Desmond-Hurst, dir. 86 min. United Artists, p/s{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}11:15-1:30PM IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE, 1946, James Stewart, Donna Reed, Lionel Barrymore; Frank Capra, dir. 129 min. RKO{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}1:30-3:15 A CHRISTMAS STORY, 1983, Melinda Dillon, Darren McGavin, Peter Billingsley; Bob Clark, dir. 96 min. MGM, p/s{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}3:15-5:00 MIRACLE ON 34^TH^ STREET, 1947, Maureen O’Hara,John Payne; George Seaton, dir. 96 min. Fox, p/s{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}5:00-7:45 KING OF KINGS, 1961, Jeffrey Hunter, Siobhan McKenna, Robert Ryan; Nicholas Ray, dir. 165 min. MGM {font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}7:45-8:00 PEACE ON EARTH, 1939, Animated Short, Hugh Harman, dir. 9 min. MGM{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}8:00-10:00 THREE GODFATHERS, 1949, John Wayne, Pedro Armendariz, Harry Carey, Jr. John Ford, dir., 107 min. MGM{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}10:00-10:30 STAR IN THE NIGHT, 1945, J. Carroll Naish, Donald Woods; Don Siegel, dir. 22 min; Warner Brothers{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}10:30-12:30AM MEET ME IN ST. LOUIS, 1944, Judy Garland, Margaret O’Brien; Vincente Minelli, dir. 113 min. MGM{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}12:30AM-2:15 THE THIN MAN, 1934, William Powell, Myrna Loy;W. S. Van Dyke, dir. 91 min; MGM{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}2:15-3:45 HOLIDAY AFFAIR, Robert Mitchum, Janet Leigh; Don Hartman, dir. 87 min. RKO{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}3:45-5:15 THE GREAT RUPERT, 1950, Jimmy Durante, Terry Moore; Irving Pichel, Dir. 87 min. Eagle/Lion, p/s{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}5:15-6:30 TENTH AVENUE ANGEL, 1948, Margaret O’Brien, Angela Lansbury, George Murphy; Roy Rowland, dir. 74 min. MGM{font}



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{font:Calibri}WEDNESDAY, DEC. 26{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{color:red}{font:Calibri}Elisha Cook, Jr. – Happy Birthday!{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}6:30-8:15 PIGSKIN PARADE, 1936, Stuart Erwin, Patsy Kelly, Jack Haley; David Butler, dir. 93 min. Fox, PREMIERE{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}8:15-10:00 THEY WON’T FORGET, 1937, Claude Rains, Gloria Dickson, Edward Norris; Mervyn LeRoy, dir. 95 min. Warner Brothers{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}10:00-11:30 THE KILLING, 1956, Sterling Hayden, Coleen Gray;Stanley Kubrick, dir. 83 min. United Artists, p/s{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{color:red}{font:Calibri}Challenge # 1, Getting to Know You (includes all movies until 8PM){font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}11:30-1:30PM SHANE, 1953, Alan Ladd, Jean Arthur, Van Heflin; George Stevens, dir. 118 min, Paramount, p/s{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}1:30-3:30 FOLLOW THE FLEET, 1936, Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers; Mark Sandrich, dir. 110 min. RKO{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}3:30-5:00 I’D CLIMB THE HIGHEST MOUNTAIN, 1951, Susan Hayward, William Lundigan; Henry King, dir. 88 min; Fox,PREMIERE{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}5:00-8:00 THE SOUND OF MUSIC, 1965, Julie Andrews, Christopher Plummer; Robert Wise, Dir. 174 min. Fox p/s{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{color:red}{font:Calibri}Brush Up Your Shakespeare{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}8:00-10:30 ROMEO AND JULIET, 1968, Leonard Whiting, Olivia Hussey; Franco Zeffirelli, dir. 138 min. Paramount, p/s{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}10:30-12:45AM THE TAMING OF THE SHREW, 1967, Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton; Franco Zeffirelli, dir. 126 min. Columbia, p/s{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}12:45AM-3:15 HENRY V, 1989, Kenneth Branagh, Derek Jacobi,Emma Thompson; Kenneth Branagh, dir. 137 min; Samuel Goldwyn.PREMIERE{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}3:15-6:00 HAMLET, 1948, Laurence Olivier, Eileen Herlie;Laurence Olivier, dir. 153 min. Rank Productions. p/s{font}



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{font:Calibri}THURSDAY, DEC. 27{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}{color:red}(Challenge # 2, Take 3) Celebrating the Cinematography/Photography of Winton Hoch (6AM – 8PM){font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}6:00-8:00 THE SEARCHERS, 1956, John Wayne, Jeffrey Hunter, Vera Miles; John Ford, dir. 119 min. Warner Brothers{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}8:00-8:15 TRAVELTALK – ROCK MOUNTAIN GRANDEUR, 1937, James A. Fitzpatrick, Winton Hoch, Cinematographer; James H. Smith, dir. 8 min. MGM{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}8:15-8:30 TRAVELTALK – BEAUTIFUL BANFF AND LAKE LOUISE, 1935, James A. Fitzpatrick, Winton Hoch, Cinematographer; Benjamin D. Sharp, dir. 9 min. MGM{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}8:30-11:30 A STAR IS BORN, 1954, Judy Garland, James Mason;George Cukor, dir. 180 min. Warner Brothers, p/s{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}11:30-1:45PM THE QUIET MAN, 1952, John Wayne, Maureen O’Hara; John Ford, dir. 129 min. Republic Pictures p/s{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}1:45-4:00 THE SUNDOWNERS, 1960, Deborah Kerr, Robert Mitchum; Fred Zinneman, dir. 133 min. Warner Brothers p/s{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}4:00-6:15 MISTER ROBERTS, 1955, Henry Fonda, James Cagney, William Powell; John Ford, dir. 126 min. Warner Brothers p/s{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}6:15-8:00 SHE WORE A YELLOW RIBBON, 1949, John Wayne, Joanne Dru, John Agar; John Ford, dir. 103 min. RKO{font}



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{color:red}{font:Calibri}STAR OF THE MONTH – RONALD COLMAN{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}8:00-10:15 A TALE OF TWO CITIES, 1935, Ronald Colman, Elizabeth Allen, Edna May Oliver; Jack Conway, dir. 123 min.MGM{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}10:15-12:15AM THE PRISONER OF ZENDA, 1937, Ronald Colman, Madeleine Carroll, C. Aubrey Smith; John Cromwell, dir.101 min. (plus time for wrap-around comments) United Artists, p/s{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}12:15AM-2:30 RANDOM HARVEST, 1942, Ronald Colman, Greer Garson, Susan Peters; Mervyn LeRoy, dir. 128 min. MGM{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}2:30-4:45 LOST HORIZON, 1937, Ronald Colman, Jane Wyatt, Edward Everett Horton; Frank Capra, dir. 133 min. Columbia, p/s{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}4:45-6:00 THE UNHOLY GARDEN, 1931, Ronald Colman, Fay Wray; George Fitzmaurice, dir. 75 min. United Artists, p/s{font}



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{font:Calibri}FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28 {color:red}(THEME – SONG OF THE SOUTH, 6AM-8PM){font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}6:00-7:45 DISTANT DRUMS, 1951, Gary Cooper, Mari Aldon, Richard Webb; Raoul Walsh, dir. 103 min. Warner Brothers, p/s{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}7:45-9:30 KEY LARGO, 1948, Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall, Edward G. Robinson; John Huston, dir. 100 min. Warner Brothers, p/s{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}9:30-11:30 WILD RIVER, 1960, Montgomery Clift, Jo Van Fleet,Lee Remick; Elia Kazan, dir. 110 min. Fox, p/s{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}11:30-1:15PM GOODBYE, MY LADY, 1956, Walter Brennan, Phil Harris, Brandon De Wilde; William A. Wellman, dir. 95 min.Warner Brothers, p/s{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}1:15-3:30PM THE HEART IS A LONELY HUNTER, 1968, Alan Arkin, Sondra Locke; Robert Ellis Miller, dir. 124 min. Warner Brothers, p/s{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}3:30-5:45 TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD, 1963, Gregory Peck, Mary Badham, Phillip Alford; Robert Mulligan, dir. 129 min. Universal, p/s{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}5:45-8:00 THE YEARLING, 1947, Gregory Peck, Jane Wyman, Claude Jarman Jr; Clarence Brown, dir. 134 min. MGM {font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{color:red}{font:Calibri}“Ben’s Song” (Ben Johnson){font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}8:00-10:00 RIO GRANDE, 1950, John Wayne, Maureen O’Hara, Ben Johnson, Claude Jarman Jr; John Ford, dir. 105 min (plus time for wrap-around comments) Republic Pictures, p/s{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}10:00-11:45 MIGHTY JOE YOUNG, 1949, Ben Johnson, Terry Moore; Ernest B. Schoedsack, dir. 94 min. RKO{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}11:45-2:00AM THE LAST PICTURE SHOW, 1971, Timothy Bottoms, Cybill Shepherd, Ben Johnson; Peter Bogdonavitch, dir.118 min. (plus time for wrap-around comments) Columbia, p/s{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{color:red}{font:Calibri}TCM UNDERGROUND{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}2:00AM-3:45 BEN, 1972, Lee Harcourt Montgomery, Joseph Campanella, Arthur O’Connell; Phil Carlson, dir. 95 min. Cinerama Releasing Corp, Exempt{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{color:red}{font:Calibri}TCM OVERNIGHT{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}3:45-5:00 MAD LOVE, 1935, Peter Lorre, Frances Drake, Colin Clive; Karl Freund, dir. 70 min. MGM{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}5:00-6:15 THANK YOU, MR. MOTO, 1937, Peter Lorre, Thomas Beck, Pauline Frederick; Norman Foster, dir. 68 min. Fox, p/s{font}



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{font:Calibri}SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29 - {color:red}MURDER, MYSTERY AND MAYHEM (6:15AM-11:30){font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}6:15-7:30 MURDER ON THE BLACKBOARD, 1934, Edna May Oliver, James Gleason; George Archainbaud, dir. 71 min. RKO{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}7:30-9:00 EYES IN THE NIGHT, 1942, Edward Arnold, Ann Harding; Fred Zinneman, dir. 80 min. MGM{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}9:00-10:15 THE SAINT IN NEW YORK, 1938, Louis Hayward, Kay Sutton; Ben Holmes, dir. 72 min. RKO{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}10:15-11:30 THE FALCON TAKES OVER, 1942, George Sanders, Lynn Bari; Irving Reis, dir. 67 min. RKO{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{color:red}{font:Calibri}UNDER WESTERN SKIES (11:30AM-5:30PM){font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}11:30-12:45PM HOP-ALONG CASSIDY, 1935, William Boyd, Jimmy Ellison; Howard Bretherton, dir. 62 min. Paramount.PREMIERE{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}12:45PM-1:45 SONS OF THE PIONEERS, 1942, Roy Rogers, George “Gabby” Hayes; Joseph Kane, dir. 55 min. Republic Pictures. p/s{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}1:45-3:00 RIDERS IN THE SKY, 1949, Gene Autry, Gloria Henry;John English, dir. 70 min. Columbia, PREMIERE{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}3:00-3:15 KINGDOM OF THE WILD, 1947, Documentary short; Carl Stearns Clancy, dir. 10 min. Warner Brothers.{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}3:15-4:45 THE TALL T, 1957, Randolph Scott, Richard Boone, Maureen O’Sullivan; Budd Boetticher, dir. 78 min. Columbia. p/s{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}4:45-6:15 SEVEN MEN FROM NOW, 1956, Randolph Scott, Gail Russell, Lee Marvin; Budd Boetticher, dir. 78 min. Warner Brothers. p/s{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{color:red}{font:Calibri}One for the Kids{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}6:15-8:00 TOM THUMB, 1958, Russ Tamblyn, June Thorburn, Peter Sellers; George Pal, dir. 98 min. MGM{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}{color:red}(Challenge # 2, Take 4 – Gowns/Costumes by Adrian- includes all movies until 6AM){font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}8:00-10:30 {color:red}(THE ESSENTIALS) THE WOMEN, 1939, Norma Shearer, Joan Crawford, Rosalind Russell; George Cukor, dir. 133 min. MGM{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}10:30-12:45AM GRAND HOTEL, Greta Garbo, John Barrymore, Joan Crawford; Edmund Goulding, dir. 115 min. (plus time for wrap-around comments) MGM{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}12:45AM-3:45 THE GREAT ZIEGFELD, 1936, William Powell,Luise Rainer, Myrna Loy; Robert C. Leonard, dir. 176 min. MGM{font}



{font:Times New Roman}{font}{font:Calibri}3:45-6:00 ZIEGFELD GIRL, 1941, James Stewart, Judy Garland, Hedy Lamarr, Lana Turner; Robert C. Leonard, dir. 135 min. MGM{font}



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SUNDAY, MAY 27, 2012






*6:00 am Broadway Rhythm of 1944* (1944) Dir. Roy Del Ruth.

starring George Murphy, Ginny Sims. MGM, 115 minutes.

*8:00 am Stop, Look and Laugh* (1960) Dir. Jules White.

starring Paul Winchell, Jerry Mahoney, Three Stooges. Columbia, 78 minutes. p/s.

*9:30 am Mr. Moto’s Last Warning* (1939) Dir. Norman Foster.

starring Peter Lorre, George Sanders, Ricardo Cortez. TCF, 71 minutes. p/s.

*10:45 am The Unholy Three* (1925) Dir. Tod Browning.

starring Lon Chaney, Mae Busch. MGM, 87 minutes.

*12:15 pm The Unholy Three* (1930) Dir. Jack Conway.

starring Lon Chaney, Lila Lee. MGM, 75 minutes.

*Short: Double Talk* (1937) Dir. Lloyd French.

starring Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy. WB, 10 minutes.

*1:45 pm Dead of Night* (1945) Dir. Alberto Cavalcanti.

starring Michael redgrave, Albert Johns. Eagle-Lion, 102 minutes. p/s.

*3:30 pm The Twilight Zone: The Dummy* (1962) Dir. Abner Biberman.

starring Cliff Robertson, Frank Sutton. CBS TV, 25 minutes. Exempt.

*4:00 pm The Great Gabbo* (1930) Dir. James Cruze.

starring Erich von Stroheim, Betty Compson. World-Wide pictures, 92 minutes. Premiere.

*Short: The Eyes Have it* (1931) Dir. Alfred J. Goulding.

starring Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy. WB, 10 minutes.

*6:00 pm Knock On Wood* (1954) Dir. Norman Panama.

starring Danny Kaye, Mai Zetterling. Paramount, 103 minutes. Premiere.



*Short: Glad Rags to Riches* (1933) Dir. Charles Lamont.

starring Shirley Temple. Jack Hayes Productions, 10 minutes. p/d.



*MY BACKGROUND (a cinematic guide to understanding Countessdelave)*



*8:00 pm Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm* (1938) Dir. Allan Dwan.

starring Shirley Temple, Randolph Scott. TCF, 80 minutes. Premiere.

*9:30 pm The Women* (1939) Dir. George Cukor.

starring Norma Shearer, Joan Crawford, Rosalind Russell. MGM, 133 minutes.

*Short: Hollywood: Style Center of the World* (1940). Dir. Oliver Garver.

starring Adrian, Ann Morisse. MGM, 11 minutes.






*12:00 am Way Down East* (1920) Dir. D.W. Griffith.

starring Lillian Gish, Richard Barthlemess. UA, 107 minutes. Exempt.






*2:00 am The Emigrants* (1971) Dir. Jan Troell.

starring Liv Ullmann, Max von Sydow. Svensk Filmindustri, 151 minutes. Exempt.

*4:45 am Private Screenings: Jane Powell* (1995) Dir. Tony Barbon.

TCM, 45 minutes.

*Short: Every Girl’s Dream* (1966).

starring Doris Day. MGM, 9 minutes.



MONDAY, MAY 28, 2012






*6:00 am Give Me Your Heart* (1936) Dir. Archie Mayo.

starring Kay Francis, Roland Young, George Brent. WB, 88 minutes.

*7:30 am The Strange Love of Molly Louvain* (1932) Dir. Michael Curtiz.

starring Ann Dvorak, Lee Tracy, Leslie Fenton. 1st Nat’l, 74 minutes.

*9:00 am Dodsworth* (1936) Dir. William Wyler.

starring Walter Huston, Ruth Chatterton, Mary Astor. Goldwyn, 90 minutes. p/s.

*10:45 am Rebecca* (1940) Dir. Alfred Hitchcock.

starring Joan Fontaine, Laurence Olivier. UA, 130 minutes. p/s.

*1:00 pm Down To Their Last Yacht* (1934) Dir. Paul Sloane.

starring Mary Boland, Ned Sparks. RKO, 64 minutes.

*2:15 pm The Lost Weekend* (1945) Dir. Billy Wilder.

starring Ray Milland, Jane Wyman. Paramount, 101 minutes. p/s.

*4:00 pm The Black Orchid* (1958) Dir. Martin Ritt.

starring Sophia Loren, Anthony Quinn. Paramount, 96 minutes. p/s.

*5:45 pm Brigadoon* (1954) Dir. Vincent Minnelli.

starring Gene Kelly, Cyd Charisse. MGM, 108 minutes.

*7:30 pm Now Playing: November* (2012). 30 minutes.






*8:00 pm Remember Last Night?* (1935) Dir. James Whale.

starring Constance Cummings, Robert Young. Univ., 81 minutes. p/s.

*9:30 pm Blue Gardenia* (1953) Dir. Fritz Lang.

starring Anne Baxter, Richard Conte, Raymond Burr. WB, 90 minutes.

*11:15 pm The Miracle of Morgan’s Creek* (1944) Dir. Preston Sturges.

starring Betty Hutton, Eddie Bracken. Paramount, 98 minutes. p/s.

*1:00 am A Double Life* (1948) Dir. George Cukor.

starring Ronald Colman, Signe Hasso, Shelley Winters. Univ., 105 minutes. p/s.

*3:00 am The Blue Dahlia* (1946) Dir. George Marshall.

starring Alan Ladd, Veronica Lake, William Bendix. Paramount, 96 minutes. p/s.

*4:45 am Two in the Dark* (1936) Dir. Ben Stoloff.

starring Walter Abel, Margot Grahame, Gail Patrick. RKO, 74 minutes.




TUESDAY, MAY 29, 2012






*6:00 am Mister Cinderella* (1936) Dir. Edward Sedgwick.

starring Jack Haley, Betty Furness. Hal Roach, 75 minutes. p/s.

*7:15 am One Third of a Nation* (1939) Dir. Dudley Murphy.

starring Sylvia Sidney, Leif Erickson. Paramount, 79 minutes. p/s.

*8:45 am Road to Zanzibar* (1941) Dir. Victor Schertzinger.

starring Bing Crosby, Bob Hope Dorothy Lamour. Paramount., 91 minutes. p/s.

*Short: How to Clean House* (1948) Dir. Charles E. Roberts.

starring Iris Adrian, Edgar Kennedy. RKO, 18 minutes.

*10:45 am The Crystal Ball* (1943) Dir. Elliott Nugent.

starring Paulette Goddard, Ray Milland. Paramount, 81 minutes. p/s.

*12:15 pm Taxi, Mister* (1943) Dir. Kurt Neumann.

starring William Bendix, Sheldon Leonard. Hal Roach, 46 minutes. p/s.

*1:15 pm The Stork Club* (1945) Dir. Hal Walker.

starring Betty Hutton, Barry Fitzgerald, Iris Adrian. Paramount, 98 minutes. p/s.

*3:00 pm Boston ****’s Rendezvous* (1945) Dir. Arthur Dreifuss.

starring Chester Morris, Nina Foch. Columbia, 64 minutes. p/s.

*4:15 pm The Paleface* (1948) Dir. Norman Z. McLoed.

starring Bob Hope, Jane Russell. Paramount, 91 minutes. p/s.

*6:00 pm Always Leave Them Laughing* (1949) Dir. Roy Del Ruth.

starring Milton Berle, Virginia Mayo. WB, 116 minutes. p/s.






*8:00 pm The Dolly Sisters* (1945) Dir. Irving Cummings.

starring Betty Grable, June Haver. TCF, 114 minutes. Premiere.

*10:00 pm Hello, Frisco, Hello* (1943) Dir. Bruce Humberstone.

starring Alice Faye, John Payne, Lynn Bari. TCF, 99 minutes. Premiere.

*11:45 pm Alexander’s Ragtime Band* (1938) Dir. Henry King.

starring Alice Faye, Tyrone Power, Don Ameche. TCF, 106 minutes.

*1:45 am The Music Man* (1962) Dir. Morton DaCosta.

starring Robert Preston, Shirley Jones. WB, 151 minutes. p/s

*4:15 am The Story of Vernon and Irene Castle* (1939) Dir. H.C. Potter.

starring Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers. RKO, 93 minutes.










*6:00 am The Purchase Price* (1932) Dir. William Wellman.

starring Barbara Stanwyck, George Brent. WB, 68 minutes.

*7:15 am Ball of Fire* (1941) Dir. Howard Hawks.

starring Barbara Stanwyck, Gary Cooper. Goldwyn, 111 minutes. p/s.

*9:15 am A Song is Born* (1948) Dir. Howard Hawks.

starring Danny Kaye, Virginia Mayo. Goldwyn, 113 minutes. p/s.

*11:15 am A Woman’s Secret* (1949) Dir. Nicholas Ray.

starring Maureen O’Hara, Gloria Grahame. RKO, 85 minutes.

*12:45 pm Lady on a Train* (1945) Dir. Charles David.

Starring Deanna Durbin, Ralph Bellamy. Univ., 95 minutes. p/s.

*2:30 pm Dangerous Mission* (1954) Dir. Louis King.

Starring Piper Laurie, Victor Mature, Vincent Price. RKO, 75 minutes.

*4:00 pm Charlie Chan in Rio* (1941) Dir. Harry Lachman.

starring Sidney Toler, Mary Beth Hughes. TCF, 60 minutes. Premiere.

*5:00 pm Girl on the Run* (1958) Dir. Richard L. Bare.

starring Efrem Zimbalist Jr., Erin O’Brien. WB, 77 minutes. Premiere.

*6:30 pm She Loves Me Not* (1934) Dir. Elliott Nugent.

starring Bing Crosby, Miriam Hopkins. Paramount, 85 minutes. Premiere.






*8:00 pm Johnny Apollo* (1940) Dir. Henry Hathaway.

starring Tyrone Power, Dorothy Lamour. TCF, 94 minutes. Premiere.

*9:45 pm Swing High, Swing Low* (1937) Dir. Mitchell Leisen.

starring Carole Lombard, Fred MacMurray, Dorothy Lamour. Paramount, 92 minutes. p/s.

*11:30 pm The Fleet’s In* (1942) Dir. Victor Schertzinger.

starring Dorothy Lamour, William Holden, Betty Hutton. Paramount, 93 minutes. p/s.

*1:15 am The Road to Singapore* (1940) Dir, Victor Schertzinger.

starring Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, Dorothy Lamour. Paramount, 85 minutes. p/s.






*2:45 am So This is Love* (1953) Dir. Gordon Douglas.

starring Kathryn Grayson, Merv Griffin. WB, 101 minutes. p/s.

*4:30 am The Girl Downstairs* (1938) Dir. Norman Taurog.

starring Franchot Tone, Franciska Gaal. MGM, 77 minutes.




THURSDAY, MAY 31, 2012






*6:00 am Girls About Town* (1931) Dir. George Cukor.

starring Kay Francis, Joel McCrea, Lillyan Tashman. Paramount, 80 minutes. Premiere.

*8:30 am Trouble in Paradise* (1932) Dir. Ernst Lubitsch.

starring Herbert Marshall, Kay Francis, Miriam Hopkins. Paramount, 83 minutes. p/s.

*10:00 am Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde* (1931) Dir. Rouben Mamoulian.

starring Frederick March, Miriam Hopkins. Paramount, 96 minutes. p/s.

*11:45 am Shanghai Express* (1932) Dir. Joseph von Sternberg.

starring Marlene Dietrich, Clive Brook, Anna May Wong. Paramount, 82 minutes. p/s.

*1:15 pm One Hour With You* (1932) Dir. Ernst Lubitsch..

starring Jeanette MacDonald, Maurice Chevalier. Paramount, 80 minutes. p/s.

*2:45 pm Torchsinger* (1933) Dir. Alexander Hall.

starring Claudette Colbert, Ricardo Cortez. Paramount, 71 minutes. p/s.

*4:00 pm The Princess Comes Across* (1936) Dir. William K. Howard.

starring Carole Lombard, Fred MacMurray. Paramount, 76 minutes. p/s.

*5:30 pm Beau Geste* (1939) Dir. William Wellman.

starring Gary Cooper, Ray Milland, Susan Hayward. Paramount, 120 minutes.



*Short: Rufus Jones For President* (1933) Dir. Roy Mack.

starring Ethel Waters, Sammy Davis Jr. Vitaphone, 21 minutes.






*8:00 pm Sitting Pretty* (1933) Dir. Harry Joe Brown.

starring Ginger Rogers, Jack Oakie, Jack Haley. Paramount, 80 minutes. Premiere.

*9:30 pm We’re Not Dressing* (1934) Dir. Norman Taurog.

starring Bing Crosby, Carole Lombard, Ethel Merman. Paramount, 77 minutes. p/s.

*11:00 pm Poor Little Rich Girl* (1936) Dir. Irving Cummings.

starring Shirley Temple, Alice Faye. TCF, 79 minutes. p/s.

*12:30 am Ali Baba Goes to Town* (1937) Dir. David Butler.

starring Eddie Cantor, Tony Martin, June Lang. TCF, 80 minutes. p/s.

*2:00 am Love Finds Andy Hardy* (1938) Dir. George B. Seitz.

starring Mickey Rooney, Judy Garland, Lana Turner. MGM, 91 minutes.

*3:45 am The Rains Came* (1939) Dir. Clarence Brown.

starring Tyrone Power, Myrna Loy. TCF, 103 minutes. p/s.



*5:30 pm Short: Our Gang Follies of 1938* (1937) Dir. Gordon Douglas.

Starring Darla Hood, Carl “Alfalfa” Switzer. MGM, 22 minutes.




FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 2012






*6:00 am Bundle of Joy* (1956) Dir. Norman Taurog.

starring Debbie Reynolds, Eddie Fisher. RKO, 98 minutes.

*7:45 am The Parent Trap* (1961) Dir. David Swift.

starring Maureen O’Hara, Hayley Mills. Walt Disney, 129 minutes.

*10:00 am The Courtship of Eddie’s Father* (1963) Dir. Vincent Minnelli.

starring Glenn Ford, Shirley Jones, Dina Merrill. MGM, 118 minutes.

*12:00 pm Never Too Late* (1965) Dir. Bud Yorkin.

starring Paul Ford, Connie Stevens, Jim Hutton. WB, 105 minutes. p/s.

*1:45 pm Five* (1951) Dir. Arch Oboler.

starring William Phipps, Susan Douglas. Columbia, 93 minutes. p/s.

*3:30 pm Star Trek: Journey to Babel* (1967) Dir. Joseph Pevney.

starring William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, Jane Wyatt. NBC tv, 50 minutes. Exempt.

*4:30 pm Susan Slade* (1961) Dir. Delmer Daves.

starring Connie Stevens, Troy Donohue, Dorothy Maguire. WB, 116 minutes. p/s.

*6:30 pm Sitting Pretty* (1948) Dir. Walter Lang.

starring Clifton Webb, Maureen O’Hara, Robert Young. TCF, 84 minutes. p/s.






*8:00 pm Kathy O’* (1958) Dir. Jack Sher.

starring Patty McCormack, Dan Duryea, Jan Sterling. Univ., 99 minutes. Premiere.

*9:45 pm All Mine to Give* (1957) Dir. Allen Reisner.

starring Glynis Johns, Cameron Mitchell, Patty McCormack. RKO, 103 minutes.

1*1:45 am The Bad Seed* (1956) Dir. Mervyn LeRoy.

starring Patty McCormack, Nancy Kelly, Henry Jones. WB, 129 minutes. p/s.






*2:00 am The Mini Skirt Mob* (1968) Dir. Maury Dexter.

starring Diane McBain, Patty McCormack, Harry Dean Stanton. A.I.P., 90 minutes. Exempt.

*3:45 am The Explosive Generation* (1961) Dir. Buzz Kuilk.

starring William Shatner, Patty McCormack. UA, 89 minutes. p/s.

*5:30 am One Step Beyond: Make Me Not a Witch* (1959) Dir. John Newland.

starring Patty McCormack, John Newland. ABC tv, 30 minutes. Exempt.







*FRUSTRATION THEATER (The First One's Free)*



*6:00 am Zorro Rides Again: Death From the Sky* (1937) Dir. John English.

starring John Carroll, Helen Christian. Republic, 30 minutes. p/s.

*6:30 am Zorro’s Fighting Legion: The Golden God* (1939) Dir. John English.

starring Reed Hadley, Sheila Darcy. Republic, 28 minutes. p/s.

*7:00 am Ace Drummond: Where East Meets West* (1936) Dir. Ford Beebe.

starring John “Dusty” King, Jean Rogers. Univ., 20 minutes. p/s.

*7:30 am Buck Rogers: Tomorrow’s World* (1939) Dir. Ford Beebe.

starring Buster Crabbe, Constance Moore. Univ., 20 minutes. p/s.

*8:00 am Dick Tracy: The Spider Strikes* (1937) Dir. Alan James.

starring Ralph Byrd, Kay Hughes. Republic, 29 minutes. p/s.






*8:30 am Tarzan Finds a Son* (1939) Dir. Richard Thorpe.

starring Johnny Weissmuller, Maureen O’Sullivan, Johnny Sheffield. MGM, 82 minutes.

*10:00 am Tarzan’s New York Adventure* (1942) Dir. Richard Thorpe.

starring Johnny Weissmuller, Maureen O’Sullivan, Johnny Sheffield. MGM, 71 minutes.






*11:15 am Skyscraper Souls* (1932) Dir. Edgar Selwyn.

starring Maureen O’Sullivan, Warren William. MGM, 99 minutes.

*1:00 pm A Tailor Made Man* (1931) Dir. Sam Wood.

starring William Haines, Dorothy Jordan. MGM, 81 minutes.

*2:30 pm Beauty For Sale* (1933) Dir. Richard Boleslawski.

starring Madge Evens, Alice Brady. MGM, 87 minutes.

*4:00 Pm That’s Right, You’re Wrong* (1939) Dir. David Butler.

starring Kay Kyser, Adolph Menjou. RKO, 94 minutes.

*5:45 pm Reap the Wild Wind* (1942) Dir. Cecil B. DeMille.

starring Paulette Goddard, John Wayne, Ray Milland. TCF, 123 minutes. p/s.






*8:00 pm The Seven Year Itch* (1955) Dir. Billy Wilder.

starring Marilyn Monroe, Tom Ewell, Evelyn Keyes. TCF, 105 minutes. p/s.






*10:00 pm The Awful Truth* (1937) Dir. Leo McCarey.

starring Irene Dunne, Cary Grant. Columbia, 91 minutes. p/s.

*11:45 pm The Smiling Lieutenant* (1931) Dir. Ernst Lubitsch.

starring Maurice Chevalier, Claudette Colbert, Miriam Hopkins. Paramount, 88 Minutes. p/s.

*1:15 am Lady of Burlesque* (1943) Dir. William Wellman.

starring Barbara Stanwyck, Michael O’Shea, Iris Adrian. UA, 91 minutes. p/s.

*3:00 am Anatomy of a Murder* (1959) Dir. Otto Preminger.

starring James Stewart, Lee Remick, Ben Gazzara. Columbia, 161 minutes. p/s.




















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*Programming Notes: Challenge #20*

*Week of May 27-June 2, 2012*


*Sunday.* The “Talking Heads” theme is all about ventriloquists and their dummies. I was particularly delighted to be able to use one of the great classic tv episodes of *The Twilight Zone: The Dummy*, with Cliff Robertson. The evening is about my background although I hardly think that this will lead to understanding me, other than superficially. *Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm* is because I grew up with Shirley Temple films and used to enter a lot of movie trivia contests on the radio. *The Women* is a very influential film. That, *Top Hat* and *Kitty Foyle* inspired me to a career in costume design. I also have a life-long admiration for Costume Designer Adrian because of *The Women*.

My Silent Sunday Night pick is *Way Down East*, the first silent film that I saw in a theater with my dad. *The Emigrants* is my pick for TCM Import because all four of my grandparents came from Sweden. *Private Screenings with Jane Powell* and the Doris Day short represent the actresses who starred in films introduced to me by my mother. I particularly remember *By the Light of the Silvery Moon* and *The West Point Story*.


*Monday.* Monday the 28th is Memorial Day. I wanted to do something different to memorialize the day The first half focuses on people who try/want to forget their troubles or their past. The title of this theme is based upon the title of a song by Rogers and Hart. “ I Did What Last Night?!” is about people who try to remember what they forgot.



*Tuesday.* It’s actress Iris Adrian’s 100th birthday. I love this actress, who usually played “tough broads” with great comic aplomb. I often peruse the various lists of birthdays and dates in history before I pick a week to program. Something usually catches my eye. This time it was the 100 year anniversary of the firing of fifteen female employees, of Curtis Publishing, for doing the Turkey Trot on their lunch break. How peculiar an anniversary, I thought. “Too Hot to Trot” is my response. These are all films based in the ragtime era, featuring dancing. *Hello, Frisco, Hello* includes one of the unique and popular fad dances of the day: the Grizzly Bear. Vernon and Irene Castle popularized many of the dances of this era.



*Wednesday.* “Nightclub Entertainers on the Lam” is self-explanatory but I particularly wanted to schedule two old favorites: *Girl on the Run* and *She Loves Me Not*. The former was actually made as a pilot for *77 Sunset Strip*. It was subsequently released into theaters. *She Loves Me Not* is one of my favorite early Bing Crosby films and I love Miriam Hopkins as a nightclub dancer who hides out in Bing’s dormitory (as a male). My SOTM is Dorothy Lamour. This block of films focuses on Dorothy as a nightclub performer. The wee hours usher in Barbara Pepper’s 100th birthday with films featuring her in nightclubs. Barbara Pepper and Iris Adrian both celebrate 100th birthdays this week and both tended to be cast in “tough broad” roles. Today, most people might best remember Barbara Pepper as Mrs Ziffel on the *Green Acres* show.




*Thursday.* Each of the big studios had a distinctive look to their films. You could often identify a studio by the style of their films. As we are focusing on a lot of background talents and artisans, I chose Paramount as one studio whose films had a unique look to them. I think of the Lubitsch films and the Von Sternberg/Dietrich films but there were many great talents who helped achieve Paramount’s style: Costumer Travis Banton, Set Designer Hans Dreier, Cinematographers Bert Glennon, Ted Tezlaff, Victor Milner, and many others. Even Adolph Zukor was a former furrier and Paramount was known for it’s extravagant use of fur. My spotlight on the background talents behind films is on songwriters Harry Revel and Mack Gordon. Much of their early work was done at Paramount. Later, they went to Fox and then went their separate ways, forming new professional partnerships with other songwriters. They wrote many standards like “Did You Ever See a Dream Walking?”, “Underneath the Harlem Moon”, and many of the songs from Shirley Temple films.



*Friday.* One of the biggest influences in the lives of the Baby Boomer generation is Dr. Benjamin Spock. His books influenced the way infants and children were raised for decades. This line-up of films is a tribute to the subject of babies and child-rearing during the baby boom years. And, for a special treat, I’ve thrown in a classic episode of *Star Trek: Journey to Babel* (in which we first see Mr. Spock and his parents). A few weeks ago, I attended a live appearance and screening of 1956’s *The Bad Seed*. Yes, Patty McCormack was there. A few clips from her film and television work were shown. I couldn’t get *The Mini Skirt Mob* out of my mind. I chose to use it as my TCM Underground selection and schedule an evening of Patty’s work.



*Saturday.* “Frustration Theater” has the first episode of several different serials. There are no showings of future episodes. Thus, the frustration of no resolution of plot. Hedda Hopper and Johnny Weissmuller both share June 2nd as their birthday. My Essential is *The Seven Year Itch*. It’s been on my list as a potential Essential for a while. I include it as part of an evening’s theme of “Unmentionables”. Yesterday, I noticed that Filmlover also used it as an Essential but our themes are so different, that I chose to keep it. I was pleased to be able to sandwich it between two interesting films: *Reap The Wild Wind* and *The Awful Truth*. Who can forget Joyce Compton in that nightclub solo?



*Silent Sunday Nights*



*Way Down East*



*TCM Imports*



*The Emigrants*



*Star of the Month*



*Dorothy Lamour*



*TCM Underground*



*The Mini Skirt Mob*



*The Essentials*



*The Seven Year Itch*



















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Hi, LP,


Thanks for being a great host! I think you did a wonderful job.


And I wanted to get this in before any votes are cast...


I have had the opportunity to moderate at least two Challenges in the past, so I would like it if no one cast a vote for my schedule. I would like someone else to have the honor of moderating a Challenge. This isn't to say you can't gush and enthuse over my schedule in print here; I am always open to bald-faced flattery.


Good luck, all!!!



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BetteDavis19 -

The only Bette Davis Movie I saw in the schedules is in Kingrat's:

Wednesday, July 11

6:00 am - THE LITTLE FOXES (1940). BW-115m. Goldwyn. D: William Wyler. w/Bette Davis, Herbert Marshall. p/s


filmlover -

Your schedule was quite wonderful and it obviously was much work to line up all the movies from the one movie. I thought also that your Fu Manchurian day was inspired and contained excellent movies. The only good thing of your bowing out is that it is now only a six-way tie instead of a sever-way tie after my initial appraisal. Perhaps this will mean I will be able to retain 1/7 of my sanity trying to decide which which way to vote.

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IT's really difficult to choose - everyone's schedule is so good!



At least it's a little easier, with two that have taken themselves out of the voting, and I can't vote for mself, so I only have five to select from:



Looking at those five:



CountessDelave - I love "the world according to Spock" and especially the classic Star Trek episode in there! The songwriter tribute is great, and I think your "memory" themes for Memorial Day are fantastic



Sunny75 - Your Christmas Day is great - and including "A Christmas Story" just puts it over the top for me. My wife will thank you for making Ronald Colman your SOTM! ANd the music all week long is a treat.



Fedya - YOur clever use of names - that's fantastic. I think the salute to classic TV is my favorite bit



filmlover - your idea is flat-out brilliant. I can't imagine how difficult it was to compile that list of everything shown in "That's Entertainment!"



kingrat - I especially like the tribute to cinematographers. And the French-themed Saturday is a great way to end the week!



skimpole - you get points right off the bat for including Miyazaki. You get extra points for "Russian Ark". You would have gotten triple points for putting "The Sorrow and the Pity" directly before or after "Annie Hall", but at least it's in the same week! And another schedule that ends the week thinking Frenchly - very nice!



sansfin - I love your festival of festivals! I'm not even sure which is my favorite - "the Cons", "merchant of Venice" or Werner von Braun!



As for my vote...well, I would definitely have voted for filmlover - building the whole week around "That's Entertainment" is just too good not to vote for. But I can't, so my vote goes to skimpole. I feel bad picking one over the rest; everyone's schedule is so good!



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Wow. What a great lineup. As far as I'm concerned, every entry is a winner. I hope the TCM programmers are reading these entries.



Countessdelave, I really enjoyed your Memorial Day lineup; both the Easy to Remember and the I Did WHAT? blocks contained memorable movies. I agree with you that THE SEVEN YEAR ITCH is an Essential movie. And I enjoyed the lineup of other movies related to Unmentionables. You slipped a lot of good movies into that part of the schedule.



Fedya, your whole approach to Names as your weekly theme is a real hoot! I also really liked your slant on TCM's Salute to Classic TV. I liked so many of the movies you chose, all throughout the week. And "Seen This One Before" was a lot of fun, trying to remember or figure out the alternate name for each movie (it also introduced me to the Quatermass series, which looks very intriguing.)



filmlover, your whole week's schedule was very creative. Of course, everyone is impressed with your using all the movies from That's Entertainment, but I think your Titanic anniversary series was equally as creative. I also liked your In My Background section, and I'm so glad you chose Verna Field as your In the Background artist. And the films you chose were the very best to showcase her talents. Great choices. I also agree with your choice as TCM Essential.



kingrat, Yours is another schedule where I liked many movies throughout the week. You jumped off with a bang, with your Q movies, and never let up. I also enjoyed your picks for Growing Up in the South and your choice of cinematographers as stars of the month. Seeing some of their career evolutions was fun. I also enjoyed your notes, which really resonated with me.



skimpole, your Wednesday lineup is terrific, as is Thursday afternoon and evening. I especially salute you for selecting SHOAH, which is clearly a classic movie, but which is aired very seldom, probably due to its length. TCM should be bold and program SHOAH. And I agree that James Mason would make an excellent Star of the Month.



JamesinArlington, I particularly enjoyed your tribute to composers, especially your choice of debut or early film scores as opposed to their more well-known works. The Chuck Yeager tribute was cool. The telephone movies were a good block; wonder why so many classic movies about phones are dark? And thank you for choosing Thelma Ritter, one of my favorite actresses, as SOM. She really deserves it.



SansFin, I loved your whole idea of film festival tributes, and I enjoyed so many of them...the Con FF, the Irving Berlin FF, the Merchant of Venice FF, and even the Festival of Experiments. Yours was another lineup where I saw movies listed all week that I love to see in the TCM schedule. And I absolutely agree with you that LAURA is an Essential movie. What a great schedule.



With so many terrific schedules, I need more time to think about which one I'm voting for. Again, my congratulations to everyone who contributed an entry; they're all outstanding.



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You're all to be congratulated on your great work. You'd think after so many challenges that the ideas would be pretty thin, but you just keep getting better and better!


And congrats to LonesomePolecat for creating and running a great challenge.

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Wow, what a great set of schedules. And, as always, it is hard to select...but I just noticed that we're almost down to 24 hours and counting (well, actually, since we're gaining an extra hour tonight, make that 25...), so I have to vote!!!


Argghh! It's like being on Restaurant Row, I want to get some from this place, some from thiat one, and some from the two places across the street!!! Dang! They are all so enticing.


But since I have to cast my ballot, it foes to the one that had the greatest number of things in it I would like to see in a week: salutes to Eric Blore, Franz Waxman, Elisha Cook, Jr,, Shakespeare, Ronald Colman, and Ben Johnson, plus Sunrise, The Court Jester, and Christmas movies. So, Sunny75 gets my vote this time around.

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I posted in the original thread of what I liked in each schedule.


To come down to the wire it was hard to ignore skimpole's Bastille Day selection or countessdelave's nightclub themes.


I find I must vote for *kingrat* for having more movies I wish to see.


I congratulate all the entrants for their excellent work. I thank LonesomePolecat for setting a wonderful challenge!

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