Star of the Month: Olivia de Havilland


Every Friday night in July, TCM celebrates the centennial of the legendary actress.  Here’s a sampling of the movies that will be shown:

Gone with the Wind-De Havilland was nominated for Best Supporting Actress and is the last surviving credited cast member.

The Heiress-Olivia won her second Oscar for her portrayal of a plain girl romanced by a fortune hunter.

The Snake Pit-De Havilland played a woman fighting mental illness.

To Each His Own-Olivia won her first Oscar for her portrayal of a woman who is forced to give up her son.

Light in the Piazza-De Havilland is a concerned mother whose daughter falls in love for the first time.

TCM Spotlight: Shane (Plus 100 More Westerns)


Every Tuesday and Wednesday, TCM has their largest celebration of the Western, Shane just being one of them.

The Naked Spur

The Magnificent Seven

A Fistful of Dollars

The God, the Bad and the Ugly

Red River



TCM Special Theme: America in the 1970s


Every Thursday, TCM presents some the most famous movies of the transformative decade.

All the President’s Men

Looking for Mr. Goodbar-VERY RARE, hard to find, and a TCM premiere.

The French Connection

Pioneers of African-American Cinema


For the last two Sundays in July, TCM shows seven movies and eight shorts from the pioneers of African-American cinema, many of which haven’t been seen in decades.


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