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41 minutes ago, TopBilled said:

Charlie Chaplin's day on TCM
monsieur verdoux (1947)

I just love this film. It's a little off color, but still entertaining!

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Sunday August 9, 2020

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Goldie Hawn's day on TCM

protocol (1984)
swing shift (1984)
best friends (1982)
there's a girl in my soup (1970)
cactus flower (1969)
butterflies are free (1972)
seems like old times (1980)
foul play (1978)
the first wives' club (1996)
shampoo (1975)
$ (1971)
crisscross (1992)

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Monday August 10, 2020

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Norma Shearer's day on TCM

the student prince in old heidelberg (1927)
the last of mrs. cheyney (1929)
a free soul (1931)
the divorcee (1930)
marie antoinette (1938)
romeo and juliet (1937)
her cardboard lover (1942)
the women (1939)
smilin' through (1932)
the barretts of wimpole street (1934)
private lives (1931)
we were dancing (1942)

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3 hours ago, TopBilled said:

Monday August 10, 2020

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Norma Shearer's day on TCM

the student prince in old heidelberg (1927)
the last of mrs. cheyney (1929)
a free soul (1931)
the divorcee (1930)
marie antoinette (1938)
romeo and juliet (1937)
her cardboard lover (1942)
the women (1939)
smilin' through (1932)
the barretts of wimpole street (1934)
private lives (1931)
we were dancing (1942)

Great selection, especially looking forward to A FREE SOUL, THE WOMEN, and THE BARRETTS OF WIMPOLE STREET.

 

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Tuesday August 11, 2020

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Sammy Davis' day on TCM

pepe (1960)
johnny cool (1963)
one more time (1970)
convicts 4 (1962)
robin and the 7 hoods (1964)
ocean's 11 (1960)
anna lucasta (1958)
a man called adam (1966)
sweet charity (1969)
tap (1989)
smorgasbord (1983)

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Wednesday August 12, 2020

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Lana Turner's day on TCM

love finds andy hardy (1938)
cass timberlane (1947)
a life of her own (1950)
the merry widow (1952)
betrayed (1954)
the bad and the beautiful (1952)
bachelor in paradise (1961)
peyton place (1957)
madame x (1966)
the postman always rings twice (1946)
latin lovers (1953)
two girls on broadway (1940)

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14 hours ago, TopBilled said:

Wednesday August 12, 2020

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Lana Turner's day on TCM

love finds andy hardy (1938)
cass timberlane (1947)
a life of her own (1950)
the merry widow (1952)
betrayed (1954)
the bad and the beautiful (1952)
bachelor in paradise (1961)
peyton place (1957)
madame x (1966)
the postman always rings twice (1946)
latin lovers (1953)
two girls on broadway (1940)

THE BAD AND THE BEAUTIFUL and THE POSTMAN ALWAYS RINGS TWICE are the only two where I felt her acting ability really shined through. Still, at the urging of others, maybe I'll catch PEYTON PLACE, a movie I was very much lukewarm towards once upon a time, and see if I'll change my view.

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8 hours ago, Bethluvsfilms said:

THE BAD AND THE BEAUTIFUL and THE POSTMAN ALWAYS RINGS TWICE are the only two where I felt her acting ability really shined through. Still, at the urging of others, maybe I'll catch PEYTON PLACE, a movie I was very much lukewarm towards once upon a time, and see if I'll change my view.

Some of her MGM stuff is a chore (for me) to sit through. I much prefer her classics at Universal in the late 50s through mid-60s.

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Thursday August 13, 2020

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John Barrymore's day on TCM

dr. jekyll and mr. hyde (1920)
don juan (1926)
when a man loves (1927)
state's attorney (1932)
rasputin and the empress (1932)
night flight (1933)
bulldog drummond comes back (1937)
maytime (1937)
grand hotel (1932)
dinner at eight (1933)
night club scandal (1937)
arsene lupin (1932)
svengali (1931)
the great man votes (1939)

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Friday August 14, 2020

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Steve McQueen's day on TCM

the honeymoon machine (1961)
soldier in the rain (1963)
an enemy of the people (1978)
the sand pebbles (1966)
the getaway (1972)
bullitt (1968)
the cincinnati kid (1965)
the thomas crown affair (1968)
the great escape (1963)
papillon (1973)
never so few (1959)

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On ‎8‎/‎12‎/‎2020 at 9:54 PM, TopBilled said:

Thursday August 13, 2020

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John Barrymore's day on TCM

dr. jekyll and mr. hyde (1920)
don juan (1926)
when a man loves (1927)
state's attorney (1932)
rasputin and the empress (1932)
night flight (1933)
bulldog drummond comes back (1937)
maytime (1937)
grand hotel (1932)
dinner at eight (1933)
night club scandal (1937)
arsene lupin (1932)
svengali (1931)
the great man votes (1939)

Really enjoyed all of these..

Especially loved his rendition of DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE.

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Saturday August 15, 2020

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Nina Foch's day on TCM

fast company (1953)
escape in the fog (1945)
sombrero (1953)
cry of the werewolf (1944)
the dark past (1948)
scaramouche (1952)
cash mccall (1960)
executive suite (1954)
an american in paris (1951)
my name is julia ross (1945)
illegal (1955)
the undercover man (1949)
i love a mystery (1945)
young man with ideas (1952)

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10 hours ago, TopBilled said:

Saturday August 15, 2020

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Nina Foch's day on TCM

fast company (1953)
escape in the fog (1945)
sombrero (1953)
cry of the werewolf (1944)
the dark past (1948)
scaramouche (1952)
cash mccall (1960)
executive suite (1954)
an american in paris (1951)
my name is julia ross (1945)
illegal (1955)
the undercover man (1949)
i love a mystery (1945)
young man with ideas (1952)

CRY OF THE WEREWOLF I am most interested in seeing.

I do like EXECUTIVE SUITE and I LOVE A MYSTERY as well.

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8 hours ago, Bethluvsfilms said:

CRY OF THE WEREWOLF I am most interested in seeing.

I do like EXECUTIVE SUITE and I LOVE A MYSTERY as well.

My absolute favorite is MY NAME IS JULIA ROSS. In another thread I mentioned that I've watched it at least 50 times. It's a movie that I sometimes watch three times in a row. It ends and I hit replay. 

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Sunday August 16, 2020

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Cary Grant's day on TCM

sylvia scarlett (1935)
topper (1937)
bringing up baby (1938)
his girl friday (1940)
the talk of the town (1942)
arsenic and old lace (1944)
room for one more (1952)
to catch a thief (1955)
charade (1963)
dream wife (1953)
crisis (1950)
once upon a honeymoon (1942)

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24 minutes ago, TopBilled said:

Sunday August 16, 2020

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Cary Grant's day on TCM

sylvia scarlett (1935)
topper (1937)
bringing up baby (1938)
his girl friday (1940)
the talk of the town (1942)
arsenic and old lace (1944)
room for one more (1952)
to catch a thief (1955)
charade (1963)
dream wife (1953)
crisis (1950)
once upon a honeymoon (1942)

Awesome selection of the best of Cary.

Can't wait for TOPPER, BRINGING UP BABY,HIS GIRL FRIDAY and TO CATCH A THIEF.

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3 hours ago, Bethluvsfilms said:

Awesome selection of the best of Cary.

Can't wait for TOPPER, BRINGING UP BABY,HIS GIRL FRIDAY and TO CATCH A THIEF.

And, surprise!  No NxNW...

I grew up in the late 60s and early 70s wearing out the grooves on my parent's soundtrack to Charade.  Didn't see the film until sometime in the 90s, but I knew all the music.

Haven't seen Mr. Blandings... in quite some time, but I really prefer Myrna Loy in that one.   Too bad it's not on the schedule.

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11 hours ago, txfilmfan said:

And, surprise!  No NxNW...

I grew up in the late 60s and early 70s wearing out the grooves on my parent's soundtrack to Charade.  Didn't see the film until sometime in the 90s, but I knew all the music.

Haven't seen Mr. Blandings... in quite some time, but I really prefer Myrna Loy in that one.   Too bad it's not on the schedule.

I love MR. BLANDINGS BUILDS HIS DREAM HOUSE.

It is a bummer it isn't on the schedule, but I suppose they wanted to go with some of his lesser known films as well as with some of his classics.

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Some of the lesser known films are classics. CRISIS has classic writing and performances. I think TCM usually likes to show films with household names. So when they look at Cary Grant's filmography they tend to pick films in which he costars with big name leading ladies. Because CRISIS features Paula Raymond as the leading lady, instead of Katharine Hepburn or Grace Kelly, it gets short shrift. But that doesn't mean it's any less a classic. It just means the programmers are somewhat biased in their selections and choose to air his other titles more often.

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Monday August 17, 2020

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Maureen O'Hara's day on TCM

jamaica inn (1939)
a woman's secret (1949)
the fallen sparrow (1943)
the rare breed (1966)
at sword's point (1952)
sinbad the sailor (1947)
the wings of eagles (1957)
the hunchback of notre dame (1939)
miracle on 34th street (1947)
this land is mine (1943)
sitting pretty (1948)
spencer's mountain (1963)

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Tuesday August 18, 2020

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Warren Beatty's day on TCM

promise her anything (1966)
kaleidoscope (1966)
mickey one (1965)
lilith (1964)
the roman spring of mrs. stone (1961)
splendor in the grass (1961)
bonnie and clyde (1967)
reds (1981)
bugsy (1991)
mccabe & mrs. miller (1971)
the fortune (1975)

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On 8/16/2020 at 12:46 PM, sagebrush said:

TCM decided to give it the month off! 😄

Sorry to disillusion everyone, but TCM did NOT give NBNW the month off. It's smack dab in the lead primetime slot on Eva Marie Saint's day (the 29th).

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