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The first six days of the June schedule plus whatever else I could pick up. The problem is, I can't seem to establish a SOTM for June. Any ideas would be appreciated.

 

It looks like Wednesdays in June are dedicated to the annual Race in Hollywood series, with this year's theme being the immigrant experience.

 

June 1

6:00AM Cactus Flower (1969)

8:00AM Casey's Shadow (1978)

10:00AM Island of Love (1963)

11:45AM Face in the Crowd (1957)

2:00PM Onionhead (1958)

4:00PM No Time For Sergeants (1958)

6:15PM Hearts of the West (1975)

8:00Pm God's Little Acre (1958)

10:15PM Tobacco Road (1941)

12:00Am Claudelle Inglish (1961)

2:00AM You Better Watch Out (1980)

3:45AM New Year's Evil (1981)

5;15AM Goofballs and Tea (1958) SHORT

 

 

SATURDAY

June 2

6:00AM Killer Shark (1950)

7:30AM Catalina Caper (1967)

9:15AM HitchHiker (1953)

10:45AM Boston ****'s Chinese Venture (1948)

12:00PM Dick Tracy:(1947)

Dangerous Waters

Death Rides the Sky

Brother Against Brother

1:15pM Pretty Poison (1968)

3:00PM The WIld One (1953)

4:30Pm Lone Ranger (1956)

6:00PM Hour of the Gun (1967)

8:00PM Alice Doesn't Live Here ANymore (1974)

10:15PM Alice (1990)

12:15PM I Love You Alice B. Toklas (1968)

2:00AM Alice's Restaurant (1969)

4:00AM Whatever Happened to Aunt Alice (1969)

 

 

June 3

6:00AM Young Bess (1953)

8:00AM Kiss Me Kate (1953)

10:00AM Talk of the Town (1942)

12:00PM Annie (1982)

2:15PM Three Faces of Eve (1957)

4:00PM Scaramouche (1952)

6:00PM Back from Eternity (1956)

8:00PM 12 Angry Men (1957)

10:00PM Caine Mutiny (1954)

12:00AM The Blot (1921)

2:00AM A Man and a Woman (1966)

4:00Am The Appointment (1969)

 

 

June 4

6:00AM The Citadel (1938)

8:00AM The Women (1939)

10:30AM Sister Kenny (1946)

12:45PM Mourning Becomes Electra (1947)

3:30PM Picnic (1955)

5:30PM Auntie Mame (1958)

8:00PM Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex (1939)

10:00PM The Virgin Queen (1955)

12:00AM The Sting (1973)

2:15AM The Young Philadelphians (1959)

4:15AM Follow That Dream (1962)

 

 

June 5

6:45AM Sea of Grass (1947)

9:00AM Valley of the Kings (1954)

10:30AM The Glass Slipper (1955)

12:15PM Jupiter's Darling (1955)

2:00PM Tribute to a Bad Man (1956)

3:45PM Merry Andrew (1958)

5:30PM Home From the Hill (1960)

8:00PM Since You Went Away (1944)

11:00PM The Clock (1945)

12:45PM Union Depot (1932)

2:00PM In the Heat of the Night (1967)

4:00AM Harvey Girls (1946)

 

 

June 6

6:00AM Frankenstein (1931)

7:15AM Doctor X (1932)

8:45AM Dr Jekyl and Mr. Hyde (1932)

10:30AM Freaks (1932)

11:45AM Mask of Fu Manchu (1932)

1:00PM Murders in the Rue Morgue (1932)

2:15PM Island of Lost Souls (1933)

3:30PM Mad Love (1935)

4:45PM Mark of the Vampire (1935)

6:00PM Hunchback of Notre Dame (1939)

8:00PM America America (1963)

10:00PM American Romance (1944)

1:15PM Hester Street (1975)

3:00AM Eat a Bowl of Tea (1989)

5:00AM The Glass Wall (1953)

 

 

THURSDAY

June 7

8:30AM Carve Her Name With Pride (1958)

8:00PM Jailhouse Rock (1957)

10:00PM State Fair (1962)

 

 

June 8

6:00AM Smiling Ghost (1941)

7:15PM Dive Bomber (1941)

9:30AM The Constant Nymph (1943)

11:30AM Horn Blows at Midnight (1945)

1:00PM Conflict (1945)

2:30PM Of Human Bondage (1946)

4:30PM Stallion Road (1947)

6:15PM Montana (1950)

8:00PM The Spiral Staircase (1946)

9:30PM The Innocents (1961)

11:15PM The Black Cat (1934)

 

 

SATURDAY

June 9

6:00AM Up Goes Maisie (1946)

10:45AM Trapped By Boston **** (1948)

5:30PM The Train (1965)

8:00PM Jezebel (1938)

10:00PM Drums Along the Mohawk (1939)

12:00AM The Mad Miss Manton (1938)

1:30AM Wings of the Morning (1937)

3:15AM Slim (1937)

4:45AM Let Us Live (1939)

 

 

June 10

6:00AM Everybody Sing (1938)

7:45AM Love Finds ANdy Hardy (1938)

9:30AM Strike Up the Band (1940)

12:00PM For Me and My Gal (1942)

2:00PM Girl Crazy (1943)

3:45PM A Star Is Born (1954)

7:00PM The Wonderful Wizard of Oz: Fifty Years of Magic (1990)

8:00PM The Wizard of Oz (1939)

10:00PM Meet Me in St. Louis (1944)

12:00AM Easter Parade (1948)

2:00AM Summer Stock (1950)

4:00AM I Could Go on Singing (1963)

 

 

June 11

6:00AM This Man is Mine (1934)

9:00AM The Man Who Talked Too Much (1940)

10:30AM The Shanghai Gesture (1942)

2:00PM Flamingo Road (1949)

3:45PM Black Hand (1950)

5:30PM Saratoga Trunk (1946)

8:00PM The Group (1966)

10:45PM Harry and Tonto (1974)

1:00AM Ensign Pulver (1964)

3:00AM Hopscotch (1980)

5:00AM The Sunshine Boys (1975)

 

 

JUNE 12

7:00AM Varsity Show (1937)

9:00AM Brother Rat (1938)

10:30AM Brother Rat and a Baby (1940)

12:00PM Cowboy From Brooklyn (1938)

1:30PM Four Daughters (1938)

3:15PM Daughters Courageous (1939)

5:15PM Love, Honor, and Behave (1938)

6:30PM Men are Such Fools (1938)

10:00PM They WOn't Believe Me (1947)

11:30PM Dead Reckoning (1947)

1:30AM Mask of Dmitrios (1944)

 

 

JUNE 13

6:15AM The Flirting Widow (1930)

7:30AM Lady of Scandal (1930)

9:00AM Sin Takes a Holiday (1930)

10:30AM Anna Karenina (1935)

12:15PM A Feather in Her Hat (1935)

1:30PM Kind Lady (1935)

3:00PM Confession (1937)

4:30PM The Adventures of Marco Polo (1938)

6:30PM Fingers at the Window (1942)

8:00PM West Side Story (1961)

10:45PM Black Legion (1937)

5:45AM His Family Tree (1935)

 

 

THURSDAY

June 14

7:00AM Susan Slade (1961)

11:30AM Trial (1955)

1:30PM The Enchanted Cottage (1945)

3:15PM The Spiral Staircase (1946)

4:45PM I Want You (1951)

6:30PM Invitation (1952)

9:45PM A Summer Place (1959)

2:00AM Bye Bye Birdie (1963)

4:00AM Cold Turkey (1971)

 

 

June 15

11:15AM The Corn is Green (1945)

 

 

SATURDAY

June 16

1:15PM All Through the Night (1942)

3:15PM Geronimo (1962)

8:00PM The Way We Were (1973)

10:15PM Kramer vs Kramer (1979)

2:00AM Divorce American Style (1967)

 

 

June 17

6:00AM I Never Sang For My Father (1970)

1:45PM Courtship of Eddie's Father

4:00PM Life With Father (1947)

6:15PM Father of the Bride (1950)

10:30PM Fort Apache (1948)

 

 

June 19

8:00PM Spartacus (1960)

 

 

June 20

6:30AM Green Light (1937)

8:00AM Northern Pursuit (1943)

9:45AM Dawn Patrol (1938)

11:30AM Charge of the Light Brigade (1936)

1:30PM Santa Fe Trail (1940)

3:30PM The Warriors (1955)

5:00PM Rocky Mountain (1950)

6:30PM Master of Ballantrae (1953)

8:00PM I Remember Mama (1948)

10:30PM Our Vines Have Tender Grapes (1945)

12:30AM Strangers in the City (1962)

2:15AM All Mine To Give (1958)

4:15AM Big City (1937)

 

 

THURSDAY

June 21

6:00AM Thank Your Lucky Stars (1943)

8:15AM Pillow To Post (1945)

10:00AM The Man I Love (1947)

11:45AM Deep Valley (1947)

1:30PM Escape Me Never (1947)

3:15PM On Dangerous Ground (1952)

4:45PM The Bigamist (1953)

6:15PM While The City Sleeps (1956)

 

 

June 22

2:45PM Some Like It Hot (1959)

5:00PM The Apartment (1960)

8:00PM Street Scene (1931)

 

 

SATURDAY

June 23

8:00PM Rebel Without a Cause (1955)

10:00PM Sex and the Single Girl (1964)

12:00AM Cash McCall (1960)

2:00AM Splendor in the Grass (1961)

4:15AM Kings Go Forth (1958)

 

 

June 24

6:15AM Keeper of the Flame (1942)

8:00AM Hollywood Canteen (1944)

 

 

June 25

10:30AM Make Way For a Lady (1936)

5:15PM The Long Gray Line (1955)

8:00PM Hot Money (1936)

9:15PM We're In the Money (1935)

10:30PM China Clipper (1937)

12:15AM Ready Willing and Able (1937)

2:00AM Shipmates Forever (1935)

4:00AM Boulder Dam (1936)

5:15AM Brides Are Like That (1936)

 

 

June 26

6:30AM Strange Interlude (1932)

8:30AM Stella Dallas (1937)

10:30AM Shadow of the Thin Man (1941)

12:15PM Words and Music (1948)

6:00PM East of Eden (1955)

 

 

June 27

2:15PM Long Long Trailer (1954)

4:00PM Period of Adjustment (1962)

10:30PM Anything Can Happen (1952)

12:30AM Popi (1969)

2:30AM Paddy O’Day (1937)

4:00AM Three Cheers for the Irish (1940)

 

 

June 29

6:00AM The Letter (1940)

7:45AM High Sierra (1941)

12:45PM Deception (1946)

12:00AM The Two Mrs. Carrolls (1947)

 

 

SATURDAY

June 30

1:15PM Passage To Marseille (1944)

8:00PM Sullivan's Travels (1942)

9:45PM Christmas in July (1940)

11:00PM Great McGinty (1940)

12:30AM The Lady Eve (1941)

2:15PM Hail the Conquering Hero (1944)

4:00AM The Palm Beach Story (1942)

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Glad to see *Island of Love* on the schedule. Maybe not the greatest film, but totally enjoyable, with a very funny and endearing performance by *Betty Bruce*, better known for her portrayal of Tessie Tura in the film of Gypsy the year before.

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Saturday, June 2nd has a series of films with the name Alice in the titles.

 

Saturday, June 9th's night selections look to be centered around Henry Fonda.

 

Saturday evening, June 30th looks like it is a tribute to Preston Sturges.

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June 7

8:00PM Jailhouse Rock (1957)

 

June 8

11:15PM The Black Cat (1934)

 

June 10 - One of the Gumm Sisters

6:00AM Everybody Sing (1938)

9:30AM Strike Up the Band (1940)

12:00PM For Me and My Gal (1942)

2:00PM Girl Crazy (1943)

3:45PM A Star Is Born (1954)

7:00PM The Wonderful Wizard of Oz: Fifty Years of Magic (1990)

8:00PM The Wizard of Oz (1939)

10:00PM Meet Me in St. Louis (1944)

12:00AM Easter Parade (1948)

4:00AM I Could Go on Singing (1963)

 

June 11 - Larry Hagman in primetime

10:30AM The Shanghai Gesture (1942)

8:00PM The Group (1966)

3:00AM Hopscotch (1980)

5:00AM The Sunshine Boys (1975)

 

June 14 - Dick Van Dyke

2:00AM Bye Bye Birdie (1963)

4:00AM Cold Turkey (1971)

 

June 16

8:00PM The Way We Were (1973)

10:15PM Kramer vs Kramer (1979)

2:00AM Divorce American Style (1967)

 

June 23

8:00PM Rebel Without a Cause (1955)

 

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JUNE Birthdays include:

 

1 Andy Griffith, Marilyn Monroe, Frank Morgan, Joan Caulfield

2 Johnny Weissmuller

3 Ellen Corby, Paulette Goddard, Tony Curtis

4 Rosalind Russell

5

6

7 Dean Martin, Jessica Tandy

8 Alexis Smith, Robert Preston

9 Robert Cummings

10 Hattie McDaniel, Judy Garland, June Haver, Sessue Hayakawa

11 Richard Todd

12

13 Basil Rathbone, Mary Wickes

14 Dorothy McGuire, Burl Ives, Gene Barry

15

16 Stan Laurel

17 Ralph Bellamy

18 Jeanette MacDonald, Keye Luke, Maggie McNamara

19 Charles Coburn, Mildred Natwick, May Whitty, Louis Jourdan, Moe Howard

20 Errol Flynn, Audie Murphy

21 Jane Russell, Judy Holiday

22 Constance Collier

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24

25 June Lockhart

26 Eleanor Parker, Peter Lorre

27 Moroni Olsen, John McIntire, Donald Crisp

28 Polly Moran

29 Ruth Warrick, Nelson Eddy, Joan Davis, Slim Pickens

30 Susan Hayward, Lena Horne, Glenda Farrell

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*Alexis Smith* birthday tribute on June 8th features: THE SMILING GHOST, DIVE BOMBER, THE CONSTANT NYMPH, STALLION ROAD, CONFLICT, THE HORN BLOWS AT MIDNIGHT, OF HUMAN BONDAGE and MONTANA.

 

*Errol Flynn* birthday tribute on June 20th features: ROCKY MOUNTAIN, THE MASTER OF BALLANTRAE and THE WARRIORS.

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Saturday evening, June 30th looks like it is a tribute to Preston Sturges.

 

Yes, and we're *FINALLY* getting The Great McGinty ! Now all we need is his first great feature, Easy Living , where Edward Arnold (J. B. Ball, The Bull of Wall Street) throws a mink coat onto Jean Arthur's head as she's riding down 5th Avenue on a double decker bus. I can't remember the last time TCM showed that all-time classic, if ever.

 

BTW if there's anyone out there who's never savored The Great McGinty , this YouTube excerpt should whet your appetite. Pay the lug!

 

 

 

 

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AndyM108 -

 

*The Great McGinty* has been shown periodically on TCM over the years - but never in heavy rotation like *The Lady Eve* or *The Palm Beach Story*. This film made me a fan of Brian Donlevy.

 

*Easy Living*, on the other hand, has only been shown once and would be ripe for a repeat screening on TCM - preferably not at 8pm Eastern this time so that West Coast viewers could have a better chance to see it.

 

The "last" remaining notable and truly enjoyable Sturges film that has yet to be seen on TCM is *Unfaithfully Yours* (1948) with Rex Harrison and Linda Darnell. While it is a Fox film, TCM's mining of the their library over the past few years gives me hope that it will one day appear on the TCM schedule.

 

Kyle In Hollywood

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MAKE WAY FOR A LADY starring Herbert Marshall will appear on June 25th.

 

I NEVER SANG FOR MY FATHER airs on June 17th.

 

TRAPPED BY BOSTON **** airs on June 9th. It is the last film in that series with Chester Morris.

 

Edited by: TopBilled on Mar 17, 2012 2:35 PM

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Topbilled, you're contribution to this board every month is enormous to those of us who want to know what's coming months from now. Please allow me to correct you on Chester Morris' last **** film, however. It was Boston ****'s Chinese Venture in 1949.

 

 

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You are so right, cody. Thanks for the correction. BOSTON ****'S CHINESE CURSE first hit movie screens in March '49, while TRAPPED BY BOSTON **** was released the previous May.

 

In June, TCM is reversing the order and showing CHINESE CURSE first, then TRAPPED a week later.

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hlywdkjk, at this point I'd be so grateful for a screening of Easy Living that I wouldn't complain even if they showed it at 4:00 am. God bless the inventor of the DVD recorder. ;)

 

But for your sake I hope that they show it at 10:00 pm so that both of us can watch it "live". AFAIC it's right below The Lady Eve and The Great McGinty among the Sturges films. That combination of Edward Arnold and Jean Arthur simply can't be beat.

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Is it just me, or are there a lot of Judy Garland movies on tap? Could she possibly be SOTM?

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> {quote:title=QRex wrote:}{quote}Is it just me, or are there a lot of Judy Garland movies on tap? Could she possibly be SOTM?

Judy Garland's birthday is June 10, and the entire day is dedicated to her. That's why it appears that there are so many Judy Garland movies in June.

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calvin,

 

In the Immigrants Series thread, there are a few more titles you do not have here. You may wish to add them to your list.

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> {quote:title=TopBilled wrote:}{quote}calvin,

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> In the Immigrants Series thread, there are a few more titles you do not have here. You may wish to add them to your list.

As far as I know, the schedule I posted on this thread is updated with all of the entries everyone has found including the Immigrant Series thread. If you see any specific omissions, please let me know.

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Okay, thanks.

 

The FMC schedule currently goes until April 30th. And the Encore schedules also go through April, with many individual titles listed for play in May as well.

 

TCM is the only channel that seems to allow us to look at the schedule so far ahead.

 

Up around the bend: we will have the annual summer showing of 1776...plus there is a month of Leslie Howard films in July.

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Leslie Howard in July. Hmmm. Perhaps we will get to see an old Fox film I have always wanted to see but has not been available. BERKELEY SQUARE.

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Always happy to see Mr. Flynn get some love on his birthday, this year TCM is outdoing itself with The Warriors and Rocky Mountain which, correct me if I'm wrong, are premieres. And Dawn Patrol is an awesome, underrated Flynn adventure flick. Can't wait!!

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Swithin, I'd also love to see *The Light That Failed*, but Ida's day has four of her films I haven't seen, along with the wonderful *Deep Valley* shown at a time other than the middle of the night. *Deep Valley* and *On Dangerous Ground*, also to be shown, are my favorites among her many outstanding performances.

 

Fans of Bad Movies We Love will circle June 1 for the premiere of *Claudelle Inglish*. We are talkin' Hollywood does White Trash. Constance Ford dressed up in daughter Diane McBain's clothes to try to seduce Claude Akins. You'll know if this is your cup of tea--make that your jug of moonshine.

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