The second film of this grand experiment is one overflowing with color, song, and dance. It’s Singin’ In The Rain.
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It’s been 90 years since talkies hit the screens, but silents weren’t done dominating cinema, as we see in our look back at 1927.
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!
Finishing off the TCM Festival with a couple more rarities and unique programs, but also some beloved favorites – Fred Astaire musicals and John Wayne westerns.
April on TCM brings a trio of Barrymores, nearly the full filmography of Judy Garland, a wonderful collection of German Expressionist films, Gregory Peck’s centenary, and nearly 40 Movies to See Before You Die!
Here’s Part 2 of our February guide to TCM – February on TCM is always the 31 Days of Oscar, TCM’s way of celebrating the Academy Awards by airing a month’s worth of films that have all been nominated for Oscars.
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.
Get your DVRs ready: here’s what TCM has in store for us in November – Southern Writers, Norma Shearer, and more than 20 Movies to See Before You Die
TCM’s Summer Under the Stars features a treasure trove of films from classic stars – here’s your day by day viewing guide according to Flickchart!
We continue our decade countdown with the Top Ten Films of 1945 according to Flickchart users.