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Lorraine Hickman 6h
MGM was advised that some dialogue, such as Myrna Loy's line, "What's that man doing in my drawers?" was censorable, but the picture was approved for exhibition in 1934 & was granted a PCA certificate in August 1935. Source: imdb.
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Amanda Garrett 7h
Janet Gaynor won the first best actress Academy Award for her performances in three films:
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Williams Photography 6h
Love today's lineup 's ! My picks for those still coming up... Gaslight Mutiny on the Bounty All Quiet On The Western Front I already missed The Maltese Falcon ☹️ and hope you didn't, but it's all good! Enjoy at the
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Julia Ricci 9h
PICNIC (1955) is on today at 6 PM EST and you should watch it because reasons.
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. in CAT BALLOU ('65). In his Oscar acceptance speech, Lee Marvin concluded with, "I think, though, that half of this belongs to a horse some place out in Nevada". Watch the acceptance speech here:
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TCM Feb 24
On the day after , join for a private tour of the Archive! Learn more and enter here:
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TCM Feb 24
Remembering Marjorie Main on her birthday, here in THE HARVEY GIRLS ('46)
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ClassicMovieTreasures Feb 24
Our Watch Pick of the Day for Saturday is: 5:30 AM ET (Sun) Midsummer Night’s Dream, A (1935) Starring everyone. Watch Preview Here
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TCM Feb 23
Joan Fontaine and Cary Grant in Alfred Hitchcock's SUSPICION ('41). Fontaine won Award for Best Actress which is the only Oscar-winning performance in a Hitchcock film
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TCM Feb 23
Confirming that our Star of the Month will be Elizabeth Taylor!
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TCM Feb 23
Pop open the Alfred Hitchcock tonight at 8pm ET for SUSPICION (‘41) with Cary Grant & Joan Fontaine. is now serving the Film Legends Gift Collection where you can send 3 or 6 movie-inspired wines to a friend. Find more info here:
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Joel Williams Feb 23
Film counts by decade airing on in March, 2018.
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TCM Feb 23
A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE ('51) marked the first of 's four consecutive Award nominations for Best Actor
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Classic Movie Hub Feb 23
Victor Fleming at Work - a Behind-the-Scenes Pictorial...
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MrGoldenOldies Feb 23
Julie Adams and the Gill Man in CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON, 1954
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TCM Feb 23
Remembering Norman Taroug on his birthday, here with Mickey Rooney on the set of BOYS TOWN ('38)
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FilmStruck Feb 23
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Director of the Week Fred Zinnemann features 11 films including REDES ('36), THE SEARCH ('48), FROM HERE TO ETERNITY ('53), and more
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TCM Feb 23
Remembering Victor Fleming on his birthday, here with Irene Dunne on the set of A GUY NAMED JOE ('44)
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Elise Feb 23
Ladies and gentlemen, the fabulous Agnes Moorehead.
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TCM Feb 22
Sam Wood with Robert Donat and Greer Garson on the set of GOODBYE, MR. CHIPS ('39). Donat won Award for Best Actor, beating Clark Gable, Laurence Olivier, Mickey Rooney, and James Stewart.
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