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6:00 AM
1575802800
romance
6:00 AM
B/W - 129 m

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Synopsis: In this remake of Grand Hotel, guests at a New York hotel fight to survive personal tragedy.
DirRobert Z. Leonard CastGinger Rogers , Lana Turner , Walter Pidgeon .

B/W
129 min
, CC

LEONARD MALTIN REVIEW:    

D: Robert Z. Leonard. Ginger Rogers, Lana Turner, Walter Pidgeon, Van Johnson, Edward Arnold, Phyllis Thaxter, Keenan Wynn, Robert Benchley, Leon Ames, Porter Hall, George Zucco, Xavier Cugat. Several "typical'' days in the life of the fabled Waldorf-Astoria Hotel. Ultra-glossy MGM remake of GRAND HOTEL weaves disparate characters' lives together. No resonance whatsoever, but good, slick entertainment, with Rogers and Pidgeon standing out in the attractive cast.

8:19 AM
1575811199
short
Free And Easy (1931)
8:19 AM
B/W - 8 m

TV-G
short
Free And Easy (1931)

Synopsis: In this short film, a hobo and his "son" attempt a search for money in an abandoned house. Vitaphone Release 1285.
DirRoy Mack CastEdgar Bergen , Christina Graver ,

B/W
8 min
8:30 AM
1575811800
comedy
Carefree (1938)
8:30 AM
B/W - 83 m

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Carefree (1938)

Synopsis: A psychiatrist falls in love with the woman he's supposed to be nudging into marriage with someone else.
DirMark Sandrich CastFred Astaire , Ginger Rogers , Ralph Bellamy .

B/W
83 min
, CC

LEONARD MALTIN REVIEW:    

D: Mark Sandrich. Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers, Ralph Bellamy, Luella Gear, Jack Carson, Franklin Pangborn. Madcap Rogers is sent to psychiatrist Astaire, and romance naturally blossoms; Fred and Ginger's most comic outing, wacky and offbeat, with good Irving Berlin score including ``Change Partners,'' ``I Used to Be Color Blind.''

10:00 AM
1575817200
suspense
10:00 AM
B/W - 86 m

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Synopsis: Allied agents fight an underground Nazi group in post-war Europe.
DirJacques Tourneur CastMerle Oberon , Robert Ryan , Charles Korvin .

B/W
86 min
, CC

LEONARD MALTIN REVIEW:    

D: Jacques Tourneur. Merle Oberon, Robert Ryan, Charles Korvin, Paul Lukas, Robert Coote. Taut, suspenseful spy story set in post WW2 Europe. Members of several nations combine efforts to save German statesman kidnapped by Nazi underground.

Four postwar heroes - a veritable United Nations from BritainFranceRussia and the U.S. - battle a cadre of diehard Nazis to rescue an anti-fascist German statesman in this tense... more

$10.85 Regularly $17.99  add to cart
11:50 AM
1575823804
short
11:50 AM
B/W - 9 m

TV-G
short

Synopsis: In this short film, a group of porters in a train station perform musical numbers to raise money for a sick member of their group. Vitaphone Release 1387.
DirRoy Mack CastGeorge Washington , Lew Payton , Carrie Marrier .

B/W
9 min
12:00 PM
1575824400
drama
12:00 PM
B/W - 69 m

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Synopsis: In this adaptation of Charles Dickens' classic tale, an elderly miser learns the error of his ways on Christmas Eve.
DirEdwin L. Marin CastReginald Owen , Gene Lockhart , Kathleen Lockhart .

B/W
69 min
, CC

LEONARD MALTIN REVIEW:    

D: Edwin L. Marin. Reginald Owen, Gene Lockhart, Kathleen Lockhart, Terry Kilburn, Barry MacKay, Lynne Carver, Leo G. Carroll, Ann Rutherford. Nicely done adaptation of Dickens' classic with Owen a well-modulated Scrooge, surrounded by good MGM players and period settings. Young June Lockhart makes her screen debut. Also shown in computer-colored version.

A classic that's as integral a part of Christmas as lighted trees and mistletoe. Direction: Edwin L. Marin, Actors: Gene Lockhart, Reginald Owen, Fullscreen, Language: English / Sub.... more

$7.95 Regularly $9.98  add to cart
1:25 PM
1575829550
short
1:25 PM
B/W - 2 m

TV-G
short

Synopsis: This short film provides a Christmas greeting from Lewis Stone, sent specially to servicemen overseas and their families.

B/W
2 min
1:30 PM
1575829800
comedy
1:30 PM
B/W - 113 m

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Synopsis: An acerbic critic wreaks havoc when a hip injury forces him to move in with a midwestern family.
DirWilliam Keighley CastBette Davis , Ann Sheridan , Monty Woolley .

B/W
113 min
, CC

LEONARD MALTIN REVIEW:    

D: William Keighley. Bette Davis, Ann Sheridan, Monty Woolley, Billie Burke, Jimmy Durante, Richard Travis, Grant Mitchell, Mary Wickes, Elizabeth Fraser, Reginald Gardiner. Acerbic radio commentator Woolley (recreating his Broadway role) is forced to stay with Burke's Midwestern family for the winter, driving them crazy with assorted wacky friends passing through. Delightful adaptation of George S. KaufmanMoss Hart play. Scripted by the Epstein brothers. Also shown in computer-colored version.

Famed author Sheridan Whiteside possesses a tongue dipped in venom and a brain that can crack The New York Times crossword in four minutes. On a lecture tour in Ohio, he slips on the... more

$11.75 Regularly $17.99  add to cart
3:34 PM
1575837241
short
Snow Birds (1932)
3:34 PM
B/W - 10 m

TV-G
short
Snow Birds (1932)

Synopsis: This short film showcases various winter sports, from tobogganing to ski-jumping.
DirJules White

B/W
10 min
3:45 PM
1575837900
drama
3:45 PM
B/W - 118 m

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Synopsis: Five stories reveal O. Henry's gift for the surprise ending.
DirHenry Koster CastJohn Steinbeck , Charles Laughton , Marilyn Monroe .

B/W
118 min
, CC

LEONARD MALTIN REVIEW:    

D: Henry Hathaway, Howard Hawks, Henry King, Henry Koster, Jean Negulesco. Fred Allen, Anne Baxter, Charles Laughton, Marilyn Monroe, Gregory Ratoff, Jeanne Crain, Oscar Levant, Jean Peters, Richard Widmark, Farley Granger. Five varying stories by O. Henry, introduced by John Steinbeck; cast better than script. "The Clarion Call,'' "Last Leaf,'' "Ransom of Red Chief,'' "Gift of the Magi,'' and "Cop and the Anthem.''

1952 anthology film features five short stories by O. Henry, each introduced by author John Steinbeck. Each story is crafted by a different famous director, with a diverse cast that... more

$16.95 Regularly $19.98  add to cart
6:00 PM
1575846000
western
3 Godfathers (1949)
6:00 PM
C - 106 m

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3 Godfathers (1949)

Synopsis: Three outlaws on the run risk their freedom and their lives to return a newborn to civilization.
DirJohn Ford CastJohn Wayne , Pedro Armendariz , Harry Carey Jr. .

Color
106 min
, CC

LEONARD MALTIN REVIEW:    

D: John Ford. John Wayne, Pedro Armendariz, Harry Carey, Jr., Ward Bond, Mae Marsh, Jane Darwell, Ben Johnson, Mildred Natwick. Sturdy, sentimental, sometimes beautiful rendition of Peter B. Kyne's oft-filmed saga of three bandits who "adopt'' a baby born in the desert. Final scene doesn't ring true, but Ford makes up for it in balance of film. Dedicated to the director's first star, Harry Carey, Sr. Remade for TV as THE GODCHILD.

Commemorative packaging. more

$9.71 Regularly $12.98  add to cart
TCM PRIMETIME - WHAT'S ON TONIGHT: CHRISTMAS DOUBLE FEATURE
8:00 PM
1575853200
comedy
8:00 PM
B/W - 115 m

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Synopsis: Two homeless men move into a mansion while its owners are wintering in the South.
DirRoy Del Ruth CastDon DeFore , Ann Harding , Charles Ruggles .

B/W
115 min
, CC

LEONARD MALTIN REVIEW:    

D: Roy Del Ruth. Don DeFore, Ann Harding, Charlie Ruggles, Victor Moore, Gale Storm, Grant Mitchell. Overlong comedy about elegant N.Y.C. mansion taken over by thoughtful bum, who invites horde of friends and real owner in disguise to be his guests.

Don DeFore and Ann Harding star in this screwball comedy about a hobo and friends who move into a mansion while the owners are out of town for their Christmas holiday. more

$7.95 Regularly $9.98  add to cart
10:15 PM
1575861300
drama
10:15 PM
B/W - 81 m

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Synopsis: A minister's family torn apart by World War II reunites for the Christmas holidays.
DirGeorge More O'Ferrall CastRalph Richardson , Celia Johnson , Margaret Leighton .

B/W
81 min
, CC

LEONARD MALTIN REVIEW:    

D: George More O'Ferrall. Ralph Richardson, Celia Johnson, Margaret Leighton, Denholm Elliott, Hugh Williams, Roland Culver. Straightforward adaptation of Wynyard Browne play revolving around Christmas holiday with Richardson, the small-town cleric, learning about his three grown-up children; nicely acted.

12:00 AM
1575867600
drama
12:00 AM
B/W - 74 m

TV-14
drama

Synopsis: In this silent film, a black schoolteacher finds the battle against racism is everywhere when she goes North to raise money for better schools.
DirOscar Micheaux CastEvelyn Preer , Flo Clements , James D. Ruffin .

B/W
74 min

LEONARD MALTIN REVIEW:    

D: Oscar Micheaux. Evelyn Preer, Flo Clements, James D. Ruffin, Jack Chenault, William Smith, Charles D. Lucas. Controversial, no-holds-barred racial drama, which, along with Micheaux's THE SYMBOL OF THE UNCONQUERED, counterpoints Griffith's THE BIRTH OF A NATION. Story focuses on light-skinned Preer's various entanglements and efforts to raise money for an all-black school. Despite the melodramatic and sometimes confusing narrative, Micheaux pointedly lambastes not only white racism but blacks who forsake their roots. The lynching scenes are undeniably powerful. Restored from a print found in Spain, with one sequence missing.

Lost all-black classic directed by Oscar Micheaux. more

$6.95 Regularly $6.98  add to cart
1:49 AM
1575874173
short
1:49 AM
C - 9 m

TV-G
short

Synopsis: This short film focuses on the landmarks, people and customs of Czechoslovakia.

Color
9 min
2:00 AM
1575874800
2:00 AM
B/W - 85 m

TV-14
3:36 AM
1575880574
short
3:36 AM
C - 19 m

TV-PG
short

Synopsis: In this short musical comedy, Adam and Eve go on a adventure that leads them from the Garden of Eden to Florida. Vitaphone Release 1702-1703.
DirRoy Mack CastWild Bill Elliott , Vernon Dent , Martha Merrill .

Color
19 min
4:00 AM
1575882000
romance
4:00 AM
B/W - 98 m

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Synopsis: A young woman falls in love with the son of an old family enemy.
DirSidney Franklin CastNorma Shearer , Fredric March , Leslie Howard .

B/W
98 min
, CC

LEONARD MALTIN REVIEW:    

D: Sidney Franklin. Norma Shearer, Fredric March, Leslie Howard, O. P. Heggie, Ralph Forbes. Sentimental romantic tale (with fantasy elements) about an embittered old man who lost his love on their wedding day but finds new reason to live when he must raise his orphaned niece (who looks exactly like his long-ago fiancee). Polished MGM production gets a bit pokey midway through but leads to satisfying finale. Director Franklin originally filmed this with Norma Talmadge in 1922; it was remade in 1941.

Two generations of tragic love make Smilin' Through one of the screen's great romances. The story begins in 1868 England, when John Carteret's Fiancee is shot dead on the couple's... more

$14.55 Regularly $21.99  add to cart

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