Day 2 of SUTS belongs to Ray Milland, who has one of the worst IMDB profile pictures ever. Seriously, you couldn’t find a better one?
The former Reginald Alfred Truscott-Jones has 13 films on the docket including one TCM premiere-1949’s Alias Nick Beal (which is one my picks).
The Major and the Minor (1942-6 pm/5 pm c)
Ray plays a colonel who somehow cannot figure out that Ginger Rogers is not a 12-year-old.
The Big Clock (1948-8 pm/7 pm c)
Milland is the editor of a crime magazine who is chosen to solve a murder and he discovers that he is about to be framed for the crime.
Dial M for Murder (1954-10 pm/ 9 pm c)
Ray wants to do away with his unfaithful wife Grace Kelly.
Alias Nick Beal (1949-midnight/ 11 pm c)
Milland is the devil, really.
The Lost Weekend (1945-2 am/1 am c)
Ray’s Oscar-winning role. It was his first (and last) nomination.