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Wednesday December 25, 2019

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Westerns just added on Starz

TOMAHAWK with Yvonne De Carlo

THE LAWLESS BREED with Rock Hudson

FRENCHIE with Shelley Winters

TALL MEN with Clark Gable

JESSE JAMES with Tyrone Power

TELL THEM WILLIE BOY IS HERE with Robert Redford

WHISPERING SMITH with Alan Ladd

SHOWDOWN AT ABILENE with Jock Mahoney

WESTERN UNION with Randolph Scott

CATTLE DRIVE with Joel McCrea

SIERRA with Audie Murphy

THE APPALOOSA with Marlon Brando

THE PROUD ONES with Robert Ryan

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1 hour ago, CinemaInternational said:

Lots of Danny Kaye films on that page!

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Friday December 27, 2019

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Sydney Greenstreet on TCM

THE VERDICT with Peter Lorre

PASSAGE TO MARSEILLE with Michele Morgan

BACKGROUND TO DANGER with George Raft

FLAMINGO ROAD with Joan Crawford

PILLOW TO POST with Ida Lupino

THE HUCKSTERS with Clark Gable

CONFLICT with Humphrey Bogart

CASABLANCA with Ingrid Bergman

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On 12/28/2019 at 5:07 AM, TopBilled said:

Saturday December 28, 2019

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Diahann Carroll on TCM

CLAUDINE with James Earl Jones

THE SPLIT with Jim Brown

 From my son...

 Said to be the first film to be "R" rated, "the Split" offered an interesting full-circle moment for its star: Pushed into premature retirement when "The Dirty Dozen" over shot production, Jim Brown played his last professional football game at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum - the central backdrop for "the Split"!

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1 hour ago, SherNo said:

 From my son...

 Said to be the first film to be "R" rated, "the Split" offered an interesting full-circle moment for its star: Pushed into premature retirement when "The Dirty Dozen" over shot production, Jim Brown played his last professional football game at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum - the central backdrop for "the Split"!

THE SPLIT has a great cast. TCM doesn't broadcast it nearly enough.

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1 hour ago, TopBilled said:

THE SPLIT has a great cast. TCM doesn't broadcast it nearly enough.

 Also from my son...

 Speaking of "the Split"(read: the NFL and 1968) and TCM's inattention to "your"film here, TopBilled, the Charlton Heston movie that featured some real live '68 New Orleans Saints, "NUMBER ONE", seems to  also get the "blind side" from TCM.

 For those who think the Kezar Stadium pull away fade-out in "Dirty Harry" (1971) was wholly original might find a particular scene in "NUMBER ONE" (1969) interesting viewing.

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10 minutes ago, SherNo said:

 Also from my son...

 Speaking of "the Split"(read: the NFL and 1968) and TCM's inattention to "your"film here, TopBilled, the Charlton Heston movie that featured some real live '68 New Orleans Saints, "NUMBER ONE", seems to  also get the "blind side" from TCM.

 For those who think the Kezar Stadium pull away fade-out in "Dirty Harry" (1971) was wholly original might find a particular scene in "NUMBER ONE" (1969) interesting viewing.

Never heard of NUMBER ONE. A rather obscure picture. Thanks for mentioning it.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Number_One_(1969_film)

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11 hours ago, TopBilled said:

Monday December 30, 2019

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Three stars are born on TCM

A STAR IS BORN with Janet Gaynor

A STAR IS BORN with Judy Garland

A STAR IS BORN with Barbra Streisand

I know it's not technically a remake, but wouldn't it have made for a wonderful evening if they had shown WHAT PRICE HOLLYWOOD before the 1937 A STAR IS BORN?

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3 hours ago, sagebrush said:

I know it's not technically a remake, but wouldn't it have made for a wonderful evening if they had shown WHAT PRICE HOLLYWOOD before the 1937 A STAR IS BORN?

I agree. A wonderful idea.

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On 6/22/2014 at 12:39 PM, TopBilled said:

This thread will look at how much people watch TCM (or if they are watching competing channels more).

 

 

 

In my neck of the woods, Comcast replaced 4 commercial free movie channels with 8 others including Epix which shows newer films than TCM.  So far I've once again enjoyed No Way Out, As Good As It Gets,  Crimes and Misdemeanors, Lenny, Chinatown,  Almost Famous, Rainman (on Screenpix), What Lies Beneath and Get Shorty.  Kinda fun for a change of pace.

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On 12/11/2019 at 8:46 AM, Bethluvsfilms said:

Good films.

(Though as much as I love Art Carney, and no argument from me he was great in HARRY AND TONTO, I am not so sure he deserved to win the Best Actor oscar that year over Al Pacino in THE GODFATHER PART II or Jack Nicholson in CHINATOWN).

Though it's been awhile since I've seen HARRY AND TONTO. Maybe I'll change my mind this viewing.

Or my favorite Dustin Hoffman performance in Lenny.

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