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Camille

Monday, June 12 at 8:00 p.m.

(1936; directed by George Cukor)

 

No other actor or actress rises above the

craft in the same way that Garbo does.

 

http://www.classicfilmpreview.com/sparkle-and-shine/

 

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The Wind

Tuesday, June 13 at 4:30 a.m. (late Monday night)

(1928; directed by Victor Sjostrom)

 

A high watermark (if you?ll excuse the

pun) for both its star and director.

 

http://www.classicfilmpreview.com/a-tangible-presence/

 

 

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The Exterminating Angel

Thursday, June 15 at 10:00 p.m.

(1962; directed by Luis Bu?uel)

 

Another wonderfully complex Bu?uel film that?s

spun from a deceptively simple idea.

 

http://www.classicfilmpreview.com/inner-paralysis/

 

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The 39 Steps

Friday, June 16 at 3:00 p.m.

(1935; directed by Alfred Hitchcock)

 

You use one idea after another and eliminate

anything that interferes with the swift

pace -- quote from Alfred Hitchcock.

 

http://www.classicfilmpreview.com/a-film-of-episodes/

 

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The Rules of the Game

Saturday, June 17 at 2:00 a.m. (late Friday night)

(1939; directed by Jean Renoir)

 

Voted the second best film of all time

(after Citizen Kane) in Sight and Sound?s

1972 International Critic?s Poll.

 

http://www.classicfilmpreview.com/concentric-layers/

 

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Grand Illusion

Saturday, June 17 at 4:00 a.m. (late Friday night)

(1937; directed by Jean Renoir)

 

If I had to save only one film in the world it

would be Grand Illusion -- quote from Orson Welles.

 

http://www.classicfilmpreview.com/question-of-balance/

 

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I loved seeing the photos with each recommendation!

 

I will be recording THE WIND tonight--I have been wanting to see this film for many years.

 

Also, I will be recording THE GRAND ILLUSION. I caught this film on tv a few years ago while channel surfing. I missed the beginning, but I watched it the rest of the way through and it was riveting. I look forward to seeing it again.

 

Sandy K

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The Gold Rush

Monday, June 19 at 12:00 a.m. (late Sunday night)

(1925; directed by Charles Chaplin)

 

Chaplin considered The Gold Rush to be

?the picture I want to be remembered by.?

 

http://www.classicfilmpreview.com/fiercely-original/

 

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Mildred Pierce

Monday, June 19 at 8:00 p.m.

(1945; directed by Michael Curtiz)

 

A key strength is that it doesn?t

fit easily into a single genre.

 

http://www.classicfilmpreview.com/well-oiled-machine/

 

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The Palm Beach Story

Tuesday, June 20 at 6:30 p.m.

(1942; directed by Preston Sturges)

 

It has everything that makes a Sturges

comedy an undeniable delight.

 

http://www.classicfilmpreview.com/solid-value/

 

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Double Indemnity

Thursday, June 22 at 9:30 p.m.

(1944; directed by Billy Wilder)

 

Everything works together in

lockstep -- the script, the direction,

the acting, the lighting, everything.

 

http://www.classicfilmpreview.com/double-trouble/

 

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She Wore a Yellow Ribbon

Saturday, June 24 at 12:00 p.m.

(1949; directed by John Ford)

 

A vast and composite illustration of

all the legends of the frontier

cavalryman -- quote from Bosley Crowther.

 

http://www.classicfilmpreview.com/strength-unity/

 

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Black Narcissus

Saturday, June 24 at 8:00 p.m.

Sunday, June 25 at 6:00 p.m.

(1947; directed by Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger)

 

One of the most beautiful

films every made.

 

http://www.classicfilmpreview.com/pushing-the-envelope/

 

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