JUNE ON TCM
June 12, 2017

STAR OF THE MONTH: AUDREY HEPBURN (MONDAYS IN JUNE)

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Mariah’s Picks

Roman Holiday-here’s her screen test.

Breakfast at Tiffany’s (June 12 at 8pm/7c)-her first film after giving birth to son Sean.

The Nun’s Story (June 13 at 1:30am/12:30c)

The Children’s Hour (June 13 at 4:15am/3:15c)

The Lavender Hill Mob (June 20 at 12:15am/11:15pm c)

Funny Face (June 26 at 10pm/9c)


TCM SPOTLIGHT: GAY HOLLYWOOD (THURSDAYS IN JUNE)

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Mariah’s Picks

The Enchanted Cottage (available on WATCH TCM)-a beautiful love story which shows beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

Rebel Without a Cause (June 15 at 8pm/7c)-Sal Mineo’s Plato was the true rebel of this picture.

Sincerely Yours (June 16 at 7:45/6:45c)-watch Liberace attempt to make it as a leading man.

Suddenly, Last Summer (June 22 at 12:45am/11:45pm c)-watch for the truly shocking ending.


TCM SPOTLIGHT EXTRA: EUROPEAN VACATIONS (FRIDAYS IN JUNE)

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Twenty-one movies and eight shorts including a repeat of Roman Holiday!


GUEST PROGRAMMER: BILLY BOB THORTON (JUNE 7)

The Oscar-winner’s picks are 1955’s The Man with the Golden Arm, 1956’s Giant, and 1973’s Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid.

FATHER’S DAY (JUNE 18)

Includes 1950’s Father of the Bride and its sequel.


THE ESSENTIALS (SATURDAYS IN JUNE)

David Letterman wraps up his Essentials stint with 1945’s Brief Encounter on June 3 and 1945’s The Lost Weekend on June 10.  Tina Fey starts her run on June 17 with 1946’s The Big Sleep and 1941’s The Lady Eve on June 24.

31 DAYS OF OSCAR: THE BEST OF THE W’S
March 2, 2017

Wait Until Dark (1967)

Who would terrorize poor, blind, Audrey Hepburn?


Waterloo Bridge (1940)

The personal favorite film of leads Vivien Leigh and Robert Taylor.


West Side Story (1961)

One of the few films to have two Best Directors.


What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962)

Watch this movie before FX’s Feud premieres on Sunday night.


White Heat (1949)

If you only can see a little bit of this movie, watch this scene.

31 DAYS OF OSCAR: THE BEST OF THE R’S
February 25, 2017

1Rear Window (1954)

Wheelchair bound Jimmy Stewart spies on his neighbors and maybe sees the aftermath of a murder take place.


Rebel Without a Cause (1955)

James Dean’s parents are tearing him apart.


Road to Morocco (1942)

Watch Bob Hope and Bing Crosby tear down the fourth wall in this comedy.


Roman Holiday (1953)

Audrey Hepburn’s Oscar-winning performance.