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Loretta Young's legacy: Films, sainthood, victimized by Clark Gable


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TCM Star of the Month Loretta Young
 

January 2 & 3, 2013
LAUGH, CLOWN, LAUGH (1928) with Lon Chaney & Bernard Siegel
THE SQUALL (1929) with Myrna Loy & Richard Tucker (she is 5th billed)
ROAD TO PARADISE (1930) with Jack Mulhall
LOOSE ANKLES (1930) with Douglas Fairbanks Jr. & Louise Fazenda
THE TRUTH ABOUT YOUTH (1930) with David Manners & Conway Tearle
I LIKE YOUR NERVE (1931) with Douglas Fairbanks Jr. & Henry Kolker
PLATINUM BLONDE (1931) with Robert Williams & Jean Harlow
LIFE BEGINS (1932) with Eric Linden & Aline MacMahon
TAXI! (1932) with James Cagney & Guy Kibbee

January 9 & 10, 2013
THE RULING VOICE (1931) with Walter Huston & Dudley Digges
THEY CALL IT SIN (1932) with George Brent & Una Merkel
THE HATCHET MAN (1932) with Edward G. Robinson & Dudley Digges
PLAY GIRL (1932) with Winnie Lightner, Norman Foster & Guy Kibbe
EMPLOYEE'S ENTRANCE (1933) with Warren William
SHE HAD TO SAY YES (1933) with Winnie Lightner & Lyle Talbot
MIDNIGHT MARY (1933) with Ricardo Cortez & Franchot Tone
HEROES FOR SALE (1933) with Richard Barthelmess & Aline MacMahon
BORN TO BE BAD (1934) with Cary Grant

January 16, 2013
BEAU IDEAL (1931) with Frank McCormack & Ralph Forbes (she is 9th billed)
BIG BUSINESS GIRL (1931) with Frank Albertson & Ricardo Cortez
THE LIFE OF JIMMY DOLAN (1933) with Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Aline MacMahon, Guy Kibbee, Lyle Talbot, John Wayne & Mickey Rooney
A MAN'S CASTLE (1933) with Spencer Tracy, Marjorie Rambeau & Glenda Farrell
SUEZ (1938) with Tyrone Power & Annabella
KENTUCKY (1938) with Richard Greene & Walter Brennan

January 23, 2013
WEEK-END MARRIAGE (1932) with Norman Foster, Aline MacMahon & George Brent
GRAND SLAM (1933) with Paul Lukas & Frank McHugh
WIFE, HUSBAND AND FRIEND (1939) with Warner Baxter, Binnie Barnes & Cesar Romero
THE DOCTOR TAKES A WIFE (1940) with Ray Milland
BEDTIME STORY (1941) with Fredric March & Eve Arden
A NIGHT TO REMEMBER (1942) with Brian Aherne & Jeff Donnell

January 30, 2013
THE UNGUARDED HOUR (1936) with Franchot Tone & Dudley Digges
ALONG CAME JONES (1945) with Gary Cooper & William Demarest
THE STRANGER (1946) with Edward G. Robinson & Orson Welles
THE FARMER'S DAUGHTER (1947) with Joseph Cotten & Ethel Barrymore
RACHEL AND THE STRANGER (1948) with William Holden & Robert Mitchum
KEY TO THE CITY (1950) with Clark Gable & Frank Morgan
CAUSE FOR ALARM! (1951) with Barry Sullivan & Bruce Cowling

 

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>Wow, there are tons, TONS, of pre-code flix in that lineup!!!

 

I agree. It's a pre-code lovers paradise. :)

 

>And that photo you shared with your post, WOWZA!!!! Gorgeous, luminous, beautiful..none of those words do Loretta justice!!!

 

Keywords: Loretta Young Beautiful (Google images search)

 

>Thank you for the information! You rock!

 

You're welcome!

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>Is this official???

 

It's on the schedule, though there may be some last-minute changes.

 

I am sure calvin will have full details when he posts the January schedule. Hopefully that is within a day or so.

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Great News! However TB, you had me drooling with the last list-all those 20th comedies from the last half of the 30s!-then I saw its heading-*NOT FEATURED!*

 

Edited by: Arturo on Oct 17, 2012 3:29 PM because my eyes are playing tricks on me...

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Arturo,

 

Personally, I like LOVE IS NEWS a bit better and would do cartwheels if that had been scheduled.

 

I thought for sure MOTHER IS A FRESHMAN would have been selected, but no.

 

Of the Fox titles that made the cut, we have the rare KENTUCKY and WIFE, HUSBAND AND FRIEND. So that's good for viewers. I think SUEZ has been shown on TCM in the last two years.

 

None of her Paramount or Universal films from the 1940s and 1950s will be shown for this 100th birthday celebration. I highly doubt they will ever pop up on the Encore channels. This is where Universal needs to collaborate with TCM more.

 

Edited by: TopBilled on Oct 17, 2012 12:37 PM

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Geez, and after Stanwyck in December.....Is TCM trying to make 100% that I'll include them in my will? If so, this is sure as hell the best way to go about it. That's the best back-to-back SOTM picks I've seen in the three and a half years I've been paying attention. Pre-Code Heaven is an understatement.

 

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>Does anyone know if TCM has ever shown Zoo in Budapest? I've wanted to see that one for eons.........

 

Yes, it aired a few times about two or three years ago. I assumed it would be in regular rotation. But I believe it is a Fox title and rather rare.

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> {quote:title=Calamity wrote:}{quote}

> I know TCM aired ZIB at least once (I think it was in 2010). I've also seen it on FMC (in 2004). It may have been on the schedule other times too.

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> Great choice for SOTM!

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Good memory, it aired on December 5 (technically the 6th) at 345am Eastern time in 2010.

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i'm sorry Zoo in Budapest is not included. I've always been curious about that one. The White Parade too.

 

The Accused (1949) was for a time available on youtube. I watched it, it's a weird movie. There's a pretty brutal attempted rape scene (this is post-code, post-oscar Loretta Young here!) that Johnny Belinda paved the way for the year before. After that, it gets really silly with a lot of voice-overs and cheese sauce.

 

I'm glad they're including some of her pre-code, trampy stuff.

 

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"Ya gotta love bite on yer neck, Loretta. Cover that damn thing up! "

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With Connie Bennett in November and Barbara Stanwyck in December, I doubted TCM would feature an actress as star of the month for three months in a row (though it's probably happened before). And not only is it great they are honoring Young in her centennial month, but there are lots and lots of pre-Codes, when Loretta was at her most effective (and ethereal!). An inspired choice, one I've championed for several months.

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