For this entry in our monthly anniversary series, we set our time machines to 80 years ago. What are your top-ranked films from 1937?
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Dog Day Afternoon was a masterpiece of 70s cinema. Could it be remade today?
TCM welcomes us to 2017 with a day of Hitchcock, a bevy of prison films, Star of the Month Jane Wyman, and a whopping 60+ movies to see before you die!
In November TCM bring us a spotlight on documentary filmmaking, Star of the Month Natalie Wood, healthy doses of Fred & Ginger and Alfred Hitchcock, plus nearly 50 Movies to See Before You Die. Enjoy!
Enjoying Summer Under the Stars so far? Here’s the rest of it!
July on TCM brings Westerns. Lots and lots of Westerns. Also Star of the Month Olivia de Havilland, still with us to celebrate her centenary, plus films of the ’70s, African-American pioneers, and 50 Films to See Before You Die.
We jump in our Flickchart Time Machine and head back to 1936, with a top ten full to bursting with Hitchcock, Lang, Capra, Astaire & Rogers, Chaplin and especially William Powell!
Let’s look a little below the surface of the latest Coen Brothers film “Hail, Caesar!” to discover which elements are pulled from various bits of real Hollywood history and legend, as well as the films produced in Hollywood’s Golden Age.
Some of these Christmas quotes may not be suitable for family gatherings!
Get your DVRs ready: here’s what TCM has in store for us in October – Trailblazing Women Directors, classic chills for Halloween, David Niven, and nearly 40 Movies to See Before You Die