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vast majority of the September 2013 schedule - or at least it will be


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Since TCM is so late in posting anything for September I thought I'd put what I have out there for everyone to see.


Kim Novak is star of the month - Thursday is her night.

First part of a film history series is on Monday and Tuesday nights.

Friday night spotlight is about films about the future.

Most of Sunday - day and night - is being dedicated to Alfred Hitchcock all month long.

Yes, we're stuck with North by Northwest again, but we also get to see Champagne!

More schedule details coming as I get them.


SUN Sept 1

6:00AM Tarzan the Ape Man (1932)

8:00AM Land that Time Forgot (1975)

10:00AM Murder (1930)

12:00PM Rope (1948)

1:30PM Spellbound (1945)

3:30PM Marnie (1964)

5:45PM The Birds (1963)

8:00PM Shadow of a Doubt (1943)

10:00PM Psycho (1960)

12:00AM The Lodger (1926)

2:00AM Blackmail (1929)

3:30AM Frenzy (1972)







MON Sept 2

6:00AM I Know Where I'm Going (1945)

8:00AM History is Made at Night (1937)


11:30AM How The West Was Won (1963)

2:15PM Happy Anniversary (1962) SHORT


4:15PM Pitfall (1948)

5:45PM Burden of Dreams (1982)

7:30PM Werner Herzog Eats His Shoe (1980)

8:00PM Films From Edison Studios

9:30PM Films From Lumiere Brothers

11:15AM Trip To the Moon (1902)

11:30PM Falling Leaves (1912)

11:30PM Canned Harmony (1912)

11:30PM A House Divided (1913)

12:30AM Squaw Man (1914)

2:00AM Birth of a Nation (1915)

5:15AM Orphans of the Storm (1921)







TUES Sept 3

8:00AM Passionate Plumber (1932)

9:30AM Juarez (1939)

11:45AM Isle of Missing Men (1942)

1:00PM Captain Kidd (1945)

2:30PM Ten Tall Men (1951)

4:15PM Around the World in 80 Days (1956)

8:00PM Intolerance (1916)

11:30PM Way Down East (1920)

2:00AM Haxan (1922)

4:00AM Story of Film an Odyssey (2011): Episode One - Birth of Cinema

5:15AM Phantom Carriage (1920)







WED Sept 4

7:15AM The Wind (1928)

8:45AM Bamboo Prison (1955)

10:15AM Storm Center (1956)

11:45AM Run of the Arrow (1957)

1:15PM Deadly Companions (1961)

3:00PM Hallelujah Trail (1965)

6:00PM Gaily Gaily (1969)

8:00PM Captains of the Clouds (1942)

10:00PM Black Swan (1942)

11:30PM You'll Never Get Rich (1941)

1:15AM Dance Girl Dance (1940)

3:00AM Holiday In Mexico (1946)







THURS Sept 5

6:00AM The Jazz Singer (1927)

7:45AM Doorway To Hell (1930)

9:15AM Little Caesar (1931)

10:45AM The Office Wife (1930)

12:00PM Illicit (1931)

1:30PM Grapes of Wrath (1940)

4:00PM Pinky (1949)

6:00PM No Way Out (1950)

8:00PM Kim Novak Live at TCM Classic Film Festival (2013)

10:00PM Vertigo (1958)

12:15AM Man With the Golden Arm (1956)

2:30AM Pushover (1954)

4:15AM Four Against the House (1955)







FRI Sept 6

6:00AM Affairs of Martha (1942)

7:15AM Lost Angel (1944)

9:00AM Stranger In Town (1943)

10:15AM Holiday Affair (1949)

11:45AM A Life of Her Own (1950)

1:45PM Period of Adjustment (1962)

3:45PM Fitzwilly (1967)

5:30PM Funny Girl (1968)

8:00PM Metropolis (1927)

10:45PM Things To Come (1936)

12:30AM Escape from New York (1981)

2:15AM Brazil (1985)








SAT Sept 7

6:00AM You For Me (1952)

7:30AM Rogue's March (1953)

9:00AM Battle in Outer Space (1960)

10:45AM Phantom Raiders (1940)

12:00PM Flipper (1963)

1:45PM Master of Ballantrae (1953)

3:30PM Along Came Jones (1945)

5:15PM Battle Cry (1955)

8:00PM Giant (1956)

11:30PM McClintock (1963)

2:00AM Awful Dr Orloff (1962)

3:30AM Bride of Frankenstein (1935)







SUN Sept 8

6:00AM Casino Royale (1967)

8:15AM The Party (1968)

10:00AM Under Capricorn (1949)

12:00PM Stage Fright (1950)

2:00PM I Confess (1953)

4:00PM The Wrong Man (1957)

6:00PM Saboteur (1942)

8:00PM Foreign Correspondent (1940)

10:15PM North By Northwest (1959)

12:45AM The Ring (1927)

2:15AM Rocco and His Brothers (1961)







MON Sept 9

6:00AM Pagan Love Song (1950)

7:15AM Annie Get Your Gun (1950)

9:15AM Show Boat (1951)

11:15AM Belle of New York (1952)

12:45PM Singin in the Rain (1952)

2:45PM Band Wagon (1953)

4:45PM Invitation to the Dance (1956)

6:30PM Arthur Freed Unit at MGM (1996) (DOCUMENTARY)

8:00PM One Week (1920)

8:30PM Three Ages (1923)

10:00PM Story of Film: An Odyssey (2011) : Episode 2 - The Hollywood Dream

11:15PM The General (1927)

12:45AM The Kid (1921)

1:45AM City Lights (1931)

3:30AM Never Weaken (1921)

4:15AM Safety Last (1923)








TUES Sept 10

6:00AM Odds Against Tomorrow (1959)

8:00AM Once A Thief (1965)

10:00AM Rififi (1954)

12:00PM I Died a Thousand Times (1955)

2:00PM Anderson Tapes (1971)

4:00PM High Sierra (1941)

6:00PM Thomas Crown Affair (1968)

8:00PM Nanook of the North (1922)

9:15PM Thief of Baghdad (1924)

12:00AM Passion of Joan of Arc (1928)

2:00AM The Crowd (1928)

4:00AM Story of Film: An Odyssey (2011) : Episode 3 - Expressionism, Impressionism, Surrealism

5:00AM Greed (1924)







WED Sept 11

7:30AM Vampyr (1931)

8:45AM Brigadoon (1954)

10:45AM Carousel (1956)

1:00PM Finnian's Rainbow (1968)

3:30PM Tom Thumb (1958)

5:30PM chitty Chitty Bang Bang (1968)

8:00PM The More the Merrier (1943)

10:00PM Splendor in the Grass (1961)

12:15AM THe Bicycle Thief (1948)

2:00AM I Confess (1953)

4:00AM Winter Light (1963)


THURS Sept 12

6:00AM Passion Flower (1930)

7:30AM Star Witness (1931)

8:45AM Gabriel over the White House (1933)

10:15AM This Side of Heaven (1934)

11:45AM Story of Louis Pasteur (1936)

1:15PM Bride Wore Red (1937)

3:00PM My Bill (1938)

4:15PM Great Mister Nobody (1941)

5:30PM Out of the Past (1947)

8:00PM Picnic (1955)

10:00PM Pal Joey (1957)

12:00AM Eddie Duchin Story (1956)

2:15AM Jeanne Eagels (1957)

4:15AM Love Me Or Leave Me (1955)







FRI Sept 13

6:30AM Road Gang (1936)

7:45AM Numbered Men (1930)

9:00AM Condemned Women (1938)

10:30AM Hell's Highway (1932)

11:45AM The Big House (1930)

1:15PM Each Dawn I Die (1939)

3:00PM Ladies They Talk About (1933)

4:15PM Brute Force (1947)

6:00PM I am A Fugitive From a Chain Gain (1932)

8:00PM Soylent Green (1973)

9:45PM Minority Report (2002)

12:15AM Logan's Run (1976)

2:30AM Mad Max (1979)

4:15AM Wild One (1954)







SAT Sept 14

6:00AM Kid Galahad (1937)

8:00AM Sea Wolf (1941)

9:30AM Night the World Exploded (1957)

10:45AM Sky Murder (1940)

12:00PM Flipper's New Adventure (1964)

1:45PM Coroner Creek (1948)

3:30PM Demetrius and the Gladiators (1954)

5:30PM Flight of the Phoenix (1965)

8:00PM Lifeboat (1944)

10:00PM Abandon Ship (1957)

12:00AM Titanic (1953)

2:00AM Dirty Larry, Crazy Mary (1974)

3:45AM Corvette Summer (1978)







SUN Sept 15

6:00AM Viva Villa (1934)


10:00AM Number Seventeen (1932)

11;15AM Trouble With Harry (1955)

1:15PM Family Plot (1976)

3:30PM The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956)

5:45PM Vertigo (1958)

8:00PM Rear Window (1954)

10:00PM To Catch a Thief (1955)

12:00AM The Farmer's Wife (1928)

2:00AM Summer With Monika (1953)

4:00AM Georgy Girl (1966)








MON Sept 16

6:00AM Private Life of King Henry VIII (1936)

8:00AM Fire Over England (1937)

9:45AM Divorce of Lady X (1938)

11:30AM Return of the Scarlet Pimpernel (1938)

1:00PM Elephant Boy (1939)

2:30PM The Challenge (1939)

4:45PM Vacation From Marriage (1945)

6:00PM An Ideal Husband (1947)

8:00PM Sunrise (1927)

10:00PM The Story of Film an Odyssey (2011) - Episode 3

11:15PM Battleship Potemkin (1925)

12:45AM The Goddess (1934)

2:15AM Cabinet of Dr Caligari (1919)

3:30AM Metropolis (1927)







TUES Sept 17

6:00AM Our Blushing Brides (1930)

7:45AM Montana Moon (1930)

9:15AM This Modern Age (1931)

10:30AM Today We Live (1933)

12:30PM Dancing Lady (1933)

2:15PM Gorgeous Hussy (1936)

4:15PM Mannequin (1937)

6:15PM Last of Mrs Cheyney (1937)

8:00PM La Roue (1922)

12:30AM Un Chien Andalou (1928)

1:00AM Umarete Wa Mita Keredo (1932)

3:00AM Story of Film an Odyssey (2011) - Episode 3

4:15AM Osaka Elegy (1936)








Wed Sept 18

6:00AM Housekeeper's Daughter (1951)

7:30AM Seven Days Leave (1942)

9:00AM Gambling House (1951)

10:30AM Million Dollar Mermaid (1952)

12:30PM Las Vegas Story (1952)

2:00PM The Robe (1953)

4:30PM The Sharkfighters (1956)

6:00PM The Long Haul (1957)

8:00PM Seven Hills of Rome (1958)

10:00PM For the First Time (1959)

12:00AM The Great Caruso (1951)

2:00AM Student Prince (1954)

4:00AM Because You're Mine (1952)







THURS Sept 19

6:00AM Across The Wide Missouri (1951)

7:30AM The Lusty Men (1952)

9:30AM Ride Vaquero (1953)

11:00AM Man From Laramie (1955)

12:45PM Great Day in the Morning (1956)

2:30PM Saddle The Wind (1958)

4:00PM The Badlanders (1958)

5:30PM Rio Bravo (1959)

8:00PM Bell, Book, and Candle (1959)

10:00PM Kim Novak Live at TCM Film Festival (2012)

11:00PM Kiss Me Stupid (1964)

1:15AM Notorious Landlady (1962)

3:30AM Phffft (1954)

5:00AM The Awful Truth (1937)







Friday Sept 20

6:30AM Topper (1937)

8:15AM Merrily We Live (1938)

10:00AM There Goes My Heart (1938)

11:30AM Remember? (1939)

1:00PM Little Men (1941)

2:30PM Lady Be Good (1941)

4:30PM Swing Shift Maisie (1943)

6:00PM Never Wave at a WAC (1953)

8:00PM La Jetee (1962)

8:45PM Rollerball (1975)

11:00PM AI Artificial Intelligence (2001)

1:45AM Total Recall (1990)

3:45AM Satan Bug (1965)







SAT Sept 21

6:00AM First Men on the Moon (1964)

7:45AM Man Who Could Work Miracles (1937)

9:15AM Valley of the Dragons (1961)

10:45AM Detective Kitty O'Day (1944)

12:00PM Namu The Killer Whale (1966)

1:45PM Walk East on Beacon (1952)

3;30PM No Time For Sergeants (1958)

5:45PM Dead Poets Society (1989)

8:00PM It Happened One Night (1934)

10:00PM Whole Town's Talking (1935)

12:00AM Carnival (1935)

2:00AM Border Radio (1986)

3:30AM Foxes (1980)

5:30AM Rosie (1960)







SUN Sept 22

6:00AM Life of Emile Zola (1937)

8:00AM I Am a Fugitive From a Chain Gang (1932)

10:00AM Skin Game (1931)

11:30AM Lifeboat (1944)

1:15PM The Lady Vanishes (1938)

3:15PM Topaz (1969)

5:45PM Torn Curtain (1966)

8:00PM 39 Steps (1935)

9:30PM Sabotage (1936)


12:15AM Champagne (1928)

2:15AM Good Morning (1962)

4:00AM Please Don't Eat the Daisies (1960)







MON Sept 23

6:00AM Cairo (1942)

8:00AM Cabin in the Sky (1943)

9:45AM Pinky (1949)

11:30AM Member of the Wedding (1953)

1:15PM Madame Bovary (1949)

3:15PM The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit (1956)

6:00PM Barretts of Wimpole Street (1934)

8:00PM Love Me Tonight (1932)

10:00PM Story of Film - An Odyssey (2011) - Episode 4: Arrival of Sound

11:15PM Public Enemy (1931)

12:45AM Frankenstein (1931)

2:00AM Gold Diggers of 1933 (1933)

3:45AM Twentieth Century (1934)

5:30AM Adventures of Prince Achmed (1926)







TUES Sept 24

6:45AM Twist of Fate (1954)

8:30 Tight Spot (1955)

10:30AM It Had To Be You (1947)

12:15PM Perfect Strangers (1950)

1:45PM Storm Warning (1951)

3:30PM I'll Be Seeing You (1944)

5:00PM Black Widow (1954)

6:45PM Roxie Hart (1942)

8:00PM Zero For Conduct (1933)

9:00PM L'Atlante (1934)

10:45PM Grand Illusion (1937)

12:45AM Rules of the Game (1939)

2:45AM Story of Film an Odyssey: Episode 4 - Arrival of Sound

4:00AM Port of Shadows (1939)







WED Sept 25

6:00AM The Divorcee (1930)

7:30AM Divorce in the Family (1932)

9:00AM Wednesday'S Child (1934)

10:15AM Child of Divorce (1946)

11:30AM Payment on Demand (1951)

1:00PM Man on Fire (1957)

2:45AM Palm Beach Story (1942)

4:15PM Divorce American Style (1967)

6:15PM One is a Lonely Number (1972)

8:00PM Big Parade (1925)

10:15PM Street Scene (1931)

11:45PM Stella Dallas (1937)

1:45AM Duel in the Sun (1947)

4:15AM Ruby Gentry (1952)







THURS Sept 26

6:30AM Girl Crazy (1932)

8:00AM Shall We Dance (1937)

10:00AM A Damsel in Distress (1937)

12:00 Girl Crazy (1943)

1:45PM Rhapsody In Blue (1945)

4:15PM Tea For Two (1950)

6:00PM An American In Paris (1951)

8:00PM Middle of the Night (1959)

10:15PM Of Human Bondage (1964)

12:00AM Legend of Lylah Claire (1968)

2:15AM Great Bank Robbery (1969)

4:00AM Kim Novak Live at TCM Film Festival

5:00AM MGM Story







FRI Sept 27

6:00AM Colorado Territory (1949)

7:45AM Stars In My Crown (1950)

9:15AM Shoot First (1953)

10:45AM Wichita (1955)

12:15PM First Texan (1956)

1:45PM Trooper Hook (1957)

3:15PM The Oklahoman (1957)

4:45PM Gunsight Ridge (1957)

6:15PM Fort Massacre (1958)

8:00PM Time Machine (1960)

10:00PM World Without End (1956)

11:30PM Omega Man (1971)

1:30AM Boy and His Dog (1974)

3:15AM They Only Kill Their Masters (1972)

5:45AM Viva Maria (1965)








SAT Sept 28

7:45AM Un Parisienne (1957)

9:30AM Creature with the Atom Brain (1955)

10:45AM Adventures of Kitty O'Day (1945)

12:00PM Ring of Bright Water (1969)

2:00PM Trouble Along The Way (1953)

4:00PM Long Long Trailer (1954)

6:00PM Butterfield 8 (1960)

8:00PM Gun Crazy (1950)

9:45PM Hell Drivers (1958)

11:45PM Curse of the Demon (1957)

2:00AM Honeymoon Killers (1970)

4:00AM Eyes of Laura Mars (1978)







SUN Sept 29

6:00AM Strange Love of Martha Ivers (1946)

8:00AM Dead Reckoning (1947)

10:00AM Rich and Strange (1932)

12:00PM Mr and Mrs Smith (1941)

2:00PM Suspicion (1941)

4:00PM Strangers on a Trail (1951)

6:00PM Dial M for Murder (1954)

8:00PM Rebecca (1940)

10:15PM Notorious (1946)

12:15AM Manxman (1929)

2:15AM La Notte Bianche (1961)

4:45AM Brief Encounter (1945)







MON Sept 30

6:00AM Penny Serenade (1941)

8:00AM Random Harvest (1942)

10:15AM Flamingo Road (1949)


2:00PM Susan Slade (1961)

4:00PM Leave Her To Heaven (1945)

6:00PM Magnificent Obsession (1954)

8:00PM Stagecoach (1939)

10:00PM Story of Film an Odyssey: Episode 5 - Post-war Cinema

11:15AM Citizen Kane (1941)

1:30AM Best Years of Our Lives (1946)

4:30AM Rome Open City (1946)

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Thanks everybody for helping me fill in the blanks. In some cases I already had it but had not posted it yet, but it is appreciated anyways.


This schedule has the greatest standard deviation from the midpoint of the studio era I've seen.

We have Edison shorts as part of the film history series that continues into October, and we have Minority Report as part of the Friday Night Spotlight.


It should be an interesting month.



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




> This schedule has the greatest standard deviation from the midpoint of the studio era I've seen.

> We have Edison shorts as part of the film history series that continues into October, and we have Minority Report as part of the Friday Night Spotlight.




> It should be an interesting month.

Don't forget that September is a sweeps period, as well as the month the networks begin airing their new and returning series. I'm sure TCM wants to put its best foot forward, particularly since the 20th anniversary celebration is only months away.


I'm excited about the inclusion of the Ingmar Bergman movies "Summer with Monika" (1953) and "Winter Light" (1961). It gives me hope that maybe a definitive Bergman retrospective on TCM is in the works.


Edited by: jakeem on Jun 29, 2013 4:27 PM

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A slight correction if you don't mind - September isn't a sweeps period. The primary sweeps periods are roughly February, May, July and November. This is when Nielsen measures all 200+ TV markets.


I say "roughly" as there are occasions when the November sweep period of four weeks could contain a few days of October - and so on for the other months.

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> {quote:title=clore wrote:}{quote}A slight correction if you don't mind - September isn't a sweeps period. The primary sweeps periods are roughly February, May, July and November. This is when Nielsen measures all 200+ TV markets.


Thanks for the correction! I suppose September reminds me of a sweeps month because of the networks' premiere weeks, the return of primetime NFL football and special events such as the Emmy Awards.

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I thank you, calvinnme, for bringing us this peek into the future. I have at times stumbled across a notice of a future airing but I find little or nothing when I search for them. Your talent and willingness to work hard for us is exemplary! :)


I must say that this schedule delights and befuddles me. There are many glorious movies but many seem to me to be odd selections for TCM. Wednesdays and Saturdays are the only normal TCM days. I hope you please note this is comment and not condemnation.


The great surprise for me is: *A Boy and His Dog* (1975). I love this movie but I believe that a normal viewer will not see past the vulgarities. It is based on a story by Harlan Ellison and so it is a thing to be enjoyed only by those who can appreciate concepts which challenge normal reality and comfort. I believe it is a very eclectic movie and that there will be uproar in the forum re: its airing.

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

> *A Boy and His Dog* surprised me too. I"m also a fan of the film. I hope they get the OAR right.


I am wondering if you or any other person will agree with my assessment:

1) It is a great movie.

2) It seems an odd selection for TCM.

3) The movie will be decried as porn/trash by some posters on this forum.

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There is is! Finally, the premiere of the fully restored *THE BIG PARADE* in Prime-time on the 25th! This was a long time coming. 9 years since the film was restored in 35 millimeter, and you have to go back to 1997 to when the the camera Negatives were discovered at George Eastman House. About a week in advance of the Blu-ray and DVD release. Thank you to TCM Programmer Chuck Tabesh!

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> showing some newer films including "Minority Report" and "Total Recall"....



The Friday night series in September is about films and the future and both are being shown as part of that series.

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Thank you for your monthly sleuthing, Calvin. :)


My highlights:


Pitfall - Just saw this for the first time a few weeks ago (inspired by MissWonderly's Friday Noir thread). Neat little pic with good turns by Dick Powell, Lizabeth Scott and Raymond Burr (in full-on creepy stalker mode).


Love Me Tonight - maybe it's *technically* possible for me to eventually tire of this film, but I wouldn't bet on it :x


Street Scene - Sylvia Sidney! Interesting King Vidor direction and 30s flavor, too.


Sabotage - Sylvia Sidney!! (Yeah, I'm a little fixated :8} )


And Hitchcock-apalooza! :)




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Started spotting a few for October last night (Monday 7/8 just after 8pm) Not a whole lot - but here they are anyway:


The Mummy on 10/31

The Haunting on 10/11

The Devil-Doll on 10/19

The Leopard Man on 10/18

The Bride of Frankenstein on 10/4

The Keys of The Kingdom on 10/3

Drive a Crooked Road on 10/ 19

Kwaidan on 10/20

The Raven (1963 version) on 10/25

The Wasp Woman on 10/4

Not as a Stranger on 10/11

Return From The Ashes on 10/2


Nothing new as far as I can see. Seen them all except The Wasp Woman.

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Fishmier ,










I expected to see the same old stuff. They've been showing the same movies every October for the last 7 or 8 years. It's time to get some new material TCM ! and I don't mean newer movies. How about showing the REAL 1925 Phantom of the opera for once gosh darn it!


Edited by: classiccinemafan on Jul 10, 2013 3:28 PM

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