ON TCM MAY 11TH. MURDERERS ROW(1966). Comedy-spy-fi film starring Dean Martin and very loosely based upon the Matt Helm spy novel Murderers' Row by Donald Hamilton, which was published in 1962. Please click picture on side bar for more info.
Bringing Up Baby(1938), Posted below: All About Me Interview (1993), Guess Who Is Coming to Dinner(1967) and Adam's Rib(1949).
ON TCM MAY 13TH: TORRENT(1926). Torrent was the first American film starring Swedish actress Greta Garbo. Please click picture on side bar for more info.
ON TCM MAY 14TH: STAGE DOOR(1937). Please click picture on side bar for more info on this RKO film, adapted from the play by the same name, that tells the story of several would-be actresses who live together in a boarding house at 158 West 58th Street in New York City. The film stars Katharine Hepburn, Ginger Rogers, Adolphe Menjou, Gail Patrick, Constance Collier, Andrea Leeds, Samuel S. Hinds and Lucille Ball. Eve Arden and Ann Miller, who became notable in later films, play minor characters.
ON TCM MAY 15TH: A HAPPY BIRTHDAY 4 MOVIE TRIBUTE FOR JOSEPH COTTON. Under Capricorn (1949) full length movie posted below, The Man With A Cloak(1951), The Steel Trap(1952) and Niagara(1952). Please click picture on side bar to learn more.
ON TCM MAY 16TH: A 6 MOVIE HENRY FONDA MOVIE TRIBUTE. The Male Animal (1942) video clip posted below, The Long Night (1947), Fort Apache(1948), Mister Roberts (1955), Stage Struck(1958) and Advise and Consent(1962). Please click picture on side bar for more info.
ON TCM MAY 17 TH: THE WRONG MAN (1956). Please click picture on side bar to read the review about a true story which Hitchcock made into a movie. Starring Henry Fonda and Vera Miles.
ON TCM MAY 18TH: THE MIRACLE WOMAN(1931). A story about a woman preacher (Barbara Stanwyck, in a role inspired by Aimee Semple McPherson) and the blind man who loves her (David Manners). Directed by Frank Capra, it was the second of his five film collaborations with Stanwyck. It was based on John Meehan and Robert Riskin's play Bless You, Sister.
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