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Beau Geste & Sergeant Rutledge

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I'm a very young person who doesn't really care much for old movies, but these two movies, Beau Geste and Sergeant Rutledge, are by far, in my opinion, are 2 of the best movies of all time. I've seen them only once on TCM (AMC was dumb enough to let them go) but now they never come on anymore. What happened? Was I the only person in the world that liked them?

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TCM doesn't own either of these movies. Sergeant Rutledge is a 1960 Warner Bros. movie, made after the Warner sale to MGM of their pre-1949 movies. As for Beau Geste, there are three versions, a 1939 and 1966 versions owned by Universal. (The 1939 version was actually made by Paramount, then sold) and a silent version from 1926, owned by Paramount. It appears any lease for these movies has expired and can no longer be shown on TCM.

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