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Susan Hayward as SOTM September 2015


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With David Niven on the night of the 31st Academy Awards, April 6, 1959. She received the Oscar for I WANT TO LIVE!, while Niven took home a statuette for SEPARATE TABLES.

 

TCM premieres are bolded.

 

September 3

BEAU GESTE (1939) with Gary Cooper

ADAM HAD FOUR SONS (1941) with Ingrid Bergman

REAP THE WILD WIND (1942) with John Wayne

CANYON PASSAGE (1946) with Dana Andrews

TULSA (1949) with Robert Preston

MY FOOLISH HEART (1949) with Dana Andrews

 

September 4

THEY WON'T BELIEVE ME (1947) with Robert Young

SMASH-UP: THE STORY OF A WOMAN (1947) with Lee Bowman

DEADLINE AT DAWN (1946) with Paul Lukas

GIRLS ON PROBATION (1938) with Ronald Reagan

 

September 10

I CAN GET IT FOR YOU WHOLESALE (1951) with Dan Dailey

DAVID AND BATHSHEBA (1951) with Gregory Peck

THE PRESIDENT'S LADY (1953) with Charlton Heston

WITH A SONG IN MY HEART (1952) with Rory Calhoun

THE LUSTY MEN (1952) with Robert Mitchum

 

September 17

DEMETRIUS AND THE GLADIATORS (1954) with Victor Mature

THE CONQUEROR (1956) with John Wayne

I'LL CRY TOMORROW (1955) with Richard Conte

I WANT TO LIVE! (1958) with Simon Oakland

TOP SECRET AFFAIR (1957) with Kirk Douglas

 

September 24

THE MARRIAGE-GO-ROUND (1960) with James Mason

BACK STREET (1961) with John Gavin

VALLEY OF THE DOLLS (1967) with Patty Duke

STOLEN HOURS (1963) with Diane Baker

THE HONEY POT (1967) with Rex Harrison

 

September 25

WHERE LOVE HAS GONE (1964) with Bette Davis

I THANK A FOOL (1962) with Peter Finch

ADA (1961) with Dean Martin

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Interestingly, another Susan Hayward film, THE SNOWS OF KILIMANJARO (1952, with Gregory Peck), is scheduled to air on a night of Robert Osborne's picks on Friday, September 11.

Yes, I noticed that. So we are really getting a 'feast' of Hayward films in September.

 

I'll be curious to see if they produce a new promo or special word-of-mouth segment for Hayward...and if so, who they get to discuss her.

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I am most.eager.to see STOLEN HOURS, the remake.of DARK VICTORY, since.it's.been like forever. I would have liked to see more Parsmount movies; there are only two from.the.studio where she made her name, and a name to fear from female stars that felt that as second lead,.Hayward.might upstage them.

 

Well we do get seven films from 20th Century Fox, including five TCM premieres, but if you've had FMC, you may have seen them over.the course of the.last.few years.

 

But no Republic films, and I wished that Universal rarities from the 40s, like like TAP ROOTS and,.especially, THE LOST MOMENT, had been acquired, or the films.she fought to do at UA when she was in the process of ending her contract with Paramount, JACK LONDON and THE HAIRY APE.

 

All.in all, not a great.schedule, but a good one, and I am thrilled that TCM is honoring Susan Hayward. Thank you, TCM.

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Yes, I noticed that. So we are really getting a 'feast' of Hayward films in September.

 

I'll be curious to see if they produce a new promo or special word-of-mouth segment for Hayward...and if so, who they get to discuss her.

Has a promo for Hayward aired in the past?

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