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1 hour ago, Lost In Space said:

Okay TopBilled ... Questions. I see the movies above are showing on Starz, but not today. I also cannot seem to find out if Starz has commercials. I looked at their schedule. Downloaded the PDF for this month. I can say TCM could go with their concept. They show the schedule, then an additional section with descriptions. A lot of the movies seem much newer than titles here on good old TCM.

Yes, the schedule you downloaded is for Starz Encore. So I assume you're a person who uses cable. You will have to use their schedule to see when those titles are broadcast on cable during the current month. However, if you stream, like I do, then the titles I listed today (featuring Stephen McNally) are available for streaming right now.

Starz Encore has promos that air between the movies, but the movies are uncut and are not interrupted by advertising.

Starz streaming sometimes has a promo when you click on the film but then the movie starts 30 seconds later and it is uncut, uninterrupted. Of course you can pause it then resume playing. Or if you can't finish the movie, and press stop, it should pick right up where you left off when you return to it later.

Hope this helps!

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Tuesday January 8, 2019

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Directed by Anthony Mann on TCM

DESPERATE with Steve Brodie

THE BLACK BOOK with Robert Cummings

BORDER INCIDENT with Ricardo Montalban

SIDE STREET with Farley Granger

THE NAKED SPUR with James Stewart

MEN IN WAR with Robert Ryan

CIMARRON with Glenn Ford

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38 minutes ago, rayban said:

He was such a wonderfully intense presence in his hit TV show, "Have Gun, Will Travel".

Yes, he was. He's also quite intense in western movies where he plays the villain.

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Thursday January 10, 2019

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Paul Henreid on TCM

HOLLOW TRIUMPH with Joan Bennett

DECEPTION with Claude Rains

IN OUR TIME with Ida Lupino

THE CONSPIRATORS with Hedy Lamar

THE SPANISH MAIN with Maureen O'Hara

NOW VOYAGER with Bette Davis

OF HUMAN BONDAGE with Eleanor Parker

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Tuesday January 15, 2019

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Margaret O'Brien on TCM

BAD BASCOMB with Wallace Beery

BIG CITY with Robert Preston

OUR VINES HAVE TENDER GRAPES with Edward G. Robinson

LOST ANGEL with James Craig

THE SECRET GARDEN with Herbert Marshall

MUSIC FOR MILLIONS with June Allyson

LITTLE WOMEN with Mary Astor

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1 hour ago, rayban said:

At the time, Jock Mahoney starred in the most successful Tarzan movie, ever, "Tarzan Goes To India".

He was Sally Field's stepfather. Her mother Margaret Field guest-starred on Jocko's TV series Yancy Derringer.

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Saturday January 19, 2019

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John Dehner on Starz

REVOLT AT FORT LARAMIE with Gregg Palmer

THE IRON SHERIFF with Sterling Hayden

THE CANADIANS with Robert Ryan

SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL GUNFIGHTER with James Garner

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Neat thing you got going on here Top, did you have the shot yet to check out my post, or pts on Tuesday's 2018 Oscar nominee forecasting yet?

 

2nd item>what happened to the digital Now Playing Guide???" I not only got 1 but see several others complaining

 

(THINK YOU'LL RECALL

1 hour ago, TopBilled said:

Sunday January 20, 2019

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Rock Hudson in the 50s on TCM

ALL THAT HEAVEN ALLOWS with Jane Wyman

GIANT with James Dean

"THE YELLOW ROSE OF TEXAS"  In my younger yrs I really had a huge problem with , welp, you know men like the 6'6 Hudson & others as well. But, I mellowed & just don't care much anymore & his Bick Benedict was by far his mt. summit role   THOUGH NOT A FAN OF MRS. WYMAN, SORRY

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On ‎1‎/‎17‎/‎2019 at 7:01 AM, TopBilled said:

Thursday January 17, 2019

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How great thou art on TCM

REMBRANDT with Charles Laughton

LUST FOR LIFE with Kirk Douglas

Top, again, I must admit, despite & by now virtually all folks online are now are of Mr. Douglas-(l9l6-) & his 1954 crime against you know whom  Robert Downey, Jr even went on stage at a big event & really opened up that can of worms-(plus, there are a myriad of other items you may not even by prevy too buddy about that case, well, hell, there was no case???) However he was brilliant as Van Gogh as was entire production & *Quinn deservedly taking home his 2nd supporting statue)  Have you or anyone seen or even know about Dafoe **** Van Gogh in new flick yet? It looked from clips & pedigree he';d easily snag a 4th shot at an ACADEMY AWARD for it, but the Best actor competition is just too crowded    NO MATTER WHAT WILLEM DAFOE DOES ALL WILL REMEMBER HIM AS ELIAS!!!

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On ‎1‎/‎14‎/‎2019 at 6:31 PM, TopBilled said:

Tuesday January 15, 2019

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Margaret O'Brien on TCM

BAD BASCOMB with Wallace Beery

BIG CITY with Robert Preston

OUR VINES HAVE TENDER GRAPES with Edward G. Robinson

LOST ANGEL with James Craig

THE SECRET GARDEN with Herbert Marshall

MUSIC FOR MILLIONS with June Allyson

LITTLE WOMEN with Mary Astor

Good pic, but not movie though It's ok (**1/2) if you like *Wally Beery-(l885-l949) & O'Brien

& the wonderful Edward G. & Margaret 0'Brien gentle movie "OUR VINES HAVE TENDER GRAPES" (***1/2) was among so called tough guy, but really a timid \Jewish painter (Emmanuel Goldenberg) he was actually a Romanian-Jew, most don't know that & so timid during gunshot scenes had to have his eyelids open, though they were blanks. Still a superb thespian. His actual fav. role 1940's "Dr. Erlich's Magic Bullet" (***1/2) though never 1 nomination & 101 pictures?

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