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A complete schedule of absolutely everything airing on Turner Classic Movies over the next two weeks.

Sunday, February 5

Monday, February 6

Feature Film • 1921

The Phantom Carriage

A ghostly carriage driver takes a drunkard (Victor Sjöström) on a tour of his wasted life.

Feature Film • 1963

The Leopard

An Italian prince (Burt Lancaster) finds his nephew (Alain Delon) a wife (Claudia Cardinale).

Short Film • 1938

A Criminal Is Born

Four youths, neglected by their parents, are tempted to turn to crime.

Feature Film • 1930

The Silver Horde

Floozy (Evelyn Brent) and socialite (Jean Arthur) lure salmon fisherman (Joel McCrea).

Feature Film • 1932

Bird of Paradise

Yachtsmen (Joel McCrea, John Halliday) meet hula princess (Dolores del Río), bride of volcano.

Feature Film • 1933

Rockabye

An actress with a deep love of children refuses to let marriage interfere with her career.

Feature Film • 1933

Bed of Roses

Wayward women (Constance Bennett, Pert Kelton) cruise Mississippi for men to fleece.

Feature Film • 1933

One Man's Journey

A selfless doctor (Lionel Barrymore) dedicates his life to his patients.

Feature Film • 1933

Chance at Heaven

Gas-station owner (Joel McCrea) leaves sweetheart (Ginger Rogers) for debutante (Marian Nixon).

Feature Film • 1934

Gambling Lady

A rich man's son (Joel McCrea) marries a gambler's daughter (Barbara Stanwyck).

Feature Film • 1939

Espionage Agent

U.S. agent (Joel McCrea) and spy lover (Brenda Marshall) grab data from Nazis on train.

Feature Film • 1940

Primrose Path

Shantytown tomboy's straight-arrow sweetheart (Joel McCrea) discovers how her mother makes a living.

Feature Film • 1957

The Oklahoman

A widowed doctor (Joel McCrea) settles in an Oklahoma town ruled by two land-grabbing brothers.

Feature Film • 1933

Little Women

With her husband away at war, a woman raises four daughters in 19th-century New England.

Feature Film • 1942

My Sister Eileen

Two Ohio sisters (Rosalind Russell, Janet Blair) move to Greenwich Village.

Tuesday, February 7

Feature Film • 1944

Meet Me in St. Louis

A lawyer's (Leon Ames) family (Judy Garland, Margaret O'Brien) attends the 1904 World's Fair.

Feature Film • 1962

What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?

Hollywood has-been (Bette Davis) torments famous sister (Joan Crawford) in wheelchair.

Feature Film • 1938

The Shining Hour

A chorus girl (Joan Crawford) marries into chilly, rich family.

Feature Film • 1952

Abbott and Costello Meet Captain Kidd

The boys search for a pirate's treasure, with the pirate in hot pursuit.

Feature Film • 1935

Captain Blood

An enslaved British doctor (Errol Flynn) turns Caribbean pirate.

Feature Film • 1953

The Master of Ballantrae

Scottish brothers (Errol Flynn, Anthony Steel) vie for their father's title and a noblewoman.

Feature Film • 1945

The Spanish Main

Dutch pirates save Mexican viceroy's daughter (Maureen O'Hara) from governor (Walter Slezak).

Feature Film • 1952

The Crimson Pirate

Pirate (Burt Lancaster) and sidekick (Nick Cravat) help rebels fight Spain.

Feature Film • 1952

Blackbeard, the Pirate

The king of England sends buccaneer Sir Henry Morgan to stop Blackbeard (Robert Newton).

Feature Film • 1948

The Pirate

Actor (Gene Kelly) woos islander (Judy Garland) by posing as pirate (Walter Slezak) of her dreams.

Series • 1955

MGM Parade

Season 1 • Episode 2

Gene Kelly; Little Leo; host George Murphy.

Feature Film • 1938

Bringing Up Baby

A paleontologist (Cary Grant) meets an heiress (Katharine Hepburn) with a pet leopard.

Feature Film • 1940

His Girl Friday

A newspaper editor uses every trick in the book to keep his ace reporter ex-wife from remarrying.

Feature Film • 1940

The Philadelphia Story

A snooty socialite fights with her ex-husband (Cary Grant) and flirts with a reporter.

Wednesday, February 8

Feature Film • 1938

Holiday

Tomboy socialite (Katharine Hepburn) flirts with sister's (Doris Nolan) fiance (Cary Grant).

Feature Film • 1940

My Favorite Wife

Shipwrecked woman (Irene Dunne) returns, finds husband (Cary Grant) remarried.

Short Film • 1944

Easy Life

A teenager (Bernard Thomas) becomes a hardened criminal.

Feature Film • 1937

Hitting a New High

A Paris singer's (Lily Pons) press agent (Jack Oakie) arranges her Manhattan debut by way of Africa.

Feature Film • 1930

Romance

Opera star (Greta Garbo) kept by older man (Lewis Stone) falls for preacher (Gavin Gordon).

Feature Film • 1941

A Girl, a Guy and a Gob

A shipping magnate loves his secretary, but she has a boyfriend (George Murphy) in the Navy.

Feature Film • 1956

Serenade

Opera singer (Mario Lanza) /socialite (Joan Fontaine) /Mexican girl (Sara Montiel) triangle.

Feature Film • 1937

That Girl From Paris

Singer (Lily Pons), less passport, stows away with U.S. bandleader (Gene Raymond).

Feature Film • 1950

The Toast of New Orleans

Diva's (Kathryn Grayson) manager (David Niven) cultivates singing fisherman (Mario Lanza).

Feature Film • 1959

For the First Time

Ornery opera singer (Mario Lanza) meets deaf girl (Johanna von Koczian) who changes his life.

Feature Film • 1936

Song of Freedom

A singing London dockhand (Paul Robeson) follows his African roots as heir to the throne of Cazanga.

Feature Film • 1945

A Song to Remember

Chopin (Cornel Wilde) flees to Paris and meets novelist George Sand (Merle Oberon).

Feature Film • 1947

Song of Love

Young Brahms (Robert Walker) loves Schumann's (Paul Henreid) pianist wife (Katharine Hepburn).

Thursday, February 9

Feature Film • 1945

The Seventh Veil

Psychiatrist (Herbert Lom) helps pianist (Ann Todd) find man (James Mason) she loves.

Feature Film • 1975

Lisztomania

Composers Liszt (Roger Daltrey) and Wagner (Paul Nicholas) live wildly.

Feature Film • 1974

Mahler

Depicts the life of the tormented Jewish-Austrian composer Gustav Mahler.

Feature Film • 1942

Gentleman Jim

San Francisco bank clerk James J. Corbett (Errol Flynn) turns boxer and fights John L. Sullivan.

Feature Film • 1943

The Constant Nymph

A teen (Joan Fontaine) adores a composer (Charles Boyer), who weds her older cousin (Alexis Smith).

Feature Film • 1946

One More Tomorrow

Playboy (Dennis Morgan) weds gold digger (Alexis Smith) but loves photographer (Ann Sheridan).

Feature Film • 1945

Conflict

An architect (Humphrey Bogart) kills his wife and woos her sister (Alexis Smith).

Feature Film • 1946

Night and Day

Story of songwriter Cole Porter (Cary Grant) and his wife (Alexis Smith).

Feature Film • 1947

The Two Mrs. Carrolls

London artist (Humphrey Bogart) poisons first wife, tries it with second (Barbara Stanwyck).

Feature Film • 1949

One Last Fling

Wife (Alexis Smith) gets jealous when husband (Zachary Scott) wants to hire ex-flame.

Feature Film • 1949

Any Number Can Play

Casino owner (Clark Gable) at odds with wife (Alexis Smith) bets all against lucky oilman.

Feature Film • 1956

The King and I

A young Victorian widow (Deborah Kerr) teaches the King (Yul Brynner) of Siam's children.

Feature Film • 1956

The Vagabond King

Rebel Paris poet (Oreste) saves Louis XI, woos his niece (Kathryn Grayson).

Friday, February 10

Feature Film • 1953

Fort Vengeance

Dakota brothers (James Craig, Keith Larsen) flee to Canada, join Mounties.

Feature Film • 1954

The Yellow Tomahawk

Scout (Rory Calhoun) straddles war between cavalry and Indians.

Feature Film • 1955

The Treasure of Pancho Villa

U.S. mercenary (Rory Calhoun) and Mexican rebel (Gilbert Roland) rob gold.

Feature Film • 1963

The Gun Hawk

Shot by sheriff (Rod Cameron), old gunfighter (Rory Calhoun) retreats to hide-out.

Feature Film • 1945

Escape in the Desert

Arizona girl (Jean Sullivan) and Dutch pilot (Philip Dorn) foil Nazi (Helmut Dantine) and comrades.

Feature Film • 1940

Virginia City

Union spy (Errol Flynn), Rebel spies (Miriam Hopkins, Randolph Scott) and outlaw vie for gold.

Feature Film • 1944

Make Your Own Bed

Private eye (Jack Carson) and girlfriend (Jane Wyman) become client's butler and maid.

Feature Film • 1945

Hotel Berlin

A Dachau escapee (Helmut Dantine) and an actress (Andrea King) hide as Nazis lose the war.

Feature Film • 1948

Adventures of Don Juan

The Spanish swordsman (Errol Flynn) duels a dictatorial duke (Robert Douglas).

Feature Film • 1940

The Sea Hawk

British privateer (Errol Flynn) raids Spanish ships with queen's (Flora Robson) OK.

Feature Film • 1938

The Adventures of Robin Hood

The Sherwood Forest outlaw (Errol Flynn) saves King Richard, Maid Marian (Olivia de Havilland).

Feature Film • 1945

Dick Tracy

Detective Tracy rescues Tess Trueheart and Junior from a killer called Splitface.

Feature Film • 1946

Dick Tracy vs. Cueball

Detective Tracy (Morgan Conway) lets a speeding train judge the bald strangler (Dick Wessel).

Special • 2009

Dick Tracy Special

Feature Film • 1947

Dick Tracy Meets Gruesome

The detective (Ralph Byrd) tracks an ugly bank robber (Boris Karloff).

Saturday, February 11

Short Film • 1946

Fragment of Seeking

A man tries to find himself by exploring his sexuality.

Short Film • 1949

On the Edge

An elderly woman is sitting on a porch knitting when an elderly man appears and takes it from her.

Short Film • 1949

Picnic

An older couple and younger couple's picnic at a beach leads to an idealistic dream quest.

Short Film • 1953

The Assignation

A masked figure navigates the labyrinthine canals of Venice, Italy.

Short Film • 1956

The Wormwood Star

Short film spotlighting the actress and artist Cameron.

Short Film • 2002

Usher

A mob hit man goes into hiding as a theater usher, but he cannot handle the rude customers.

Feature Film • 1966

Queen of Blood

Astronauts (John Saxon, Basil Rathbone, Judi Meredith) return from Mars with a green vampire woman.

Special • 2009

Time Out for Trouble

Special • 2014

R.F.D. Greenwich Village

Greenwich Village is a quaint oasis in the middle of New York City.

Short Film • 1973

When You Grow Up

Youths learn about the world of work and how to choose a rewarding career.

Feature Film • 1958

Queen of Outer Space

Earthmen land in 1985 on all-female Venus, run by a queen (Laurie Mitchell) who hates men.

Feature Film • 1959

Green Mansions

Fugitive (Anthony Perkins) in Venezuela meets bird-girl (Audrey Hepburn) feared by natives.

Short Film • 1945

Wild and Woolfy

Droopy must save a kidnapped woman from an outlaw wolf.

Short Film • 1939

An Hour for Lunch

A demonstration on how to efficiently spend a lunch hour.

Short Film • 1953

Johannesburg: City of Gold

Johannesburg becomes a mining city.

Feature Film • 1941

Land of the Open Range

A deputy sheriff (Tim Holt) learns of land open to ex-convicts only.

Series • 1943

Batman

Episode 9

Two costumed secret agents thwart the schemes of a Japanese saboteur in World War II-era Gotham.

Series • 1957

Popeye the Sailor

Bluto prevents Popeye from marrying Olive so he can show up at the altar and steal her heart.

Feature Film • 1944

The Falcon in Mexico

The debonair Falcon (Tom Conway) flies south of the border to solve a murder in New York.

Short Film • 1936

King of the Islands

A shipwrecked sailor falls in love with an island princess who is committed to a volcano.

Feature Film • 1933

Gold Diggers of 1933

A songwriter's (Dick Powell) check puts chorus girls (Joan Blondell, Ruby Keeler) to work.

Feature Film • 1937

Black Legion

An autoworker loses a promotion to an immigrant and joins a black-robed hate group.

Feature Film • 1957

12 Angry Men

Lone juror (Henry Fonda) holds out in slum boy's murder trial.

Feature Film • 1951

Quo Vadis

A Roman aristocrat earns Nero's disfavor when he falls in love with a young Christian.

Feature Film • 1984

A Soldier's Story

Army lawyer (Howard E. Rollins Jr.) probes racial slaying in 1944 Louisiana.

Feature Film • 1960

Sergeant Rutledge

A cavalry officer (Jeffrey Hunter) defends a man (Woody Strode) accused of rape, murder.

Sunday, February 12

Feature Film • 1948

Kiss the Blood Off My Hands

A troubled war vet and a nurse have an ill-fated affair.

Feature Film • 1981

Clash of the Titans

Perseus fights meddling gods and mythical monsters for beautiful Andromeda.

Feature Film • 1985

Red Sonja

A sword-swinging heroine assembles a motley entourage en route to an evil queen's remote castle.

Feature Film • 1945

Our Vines Have Tender Grapes

Norwegian farmer (Edward G. Robinson) lovingly raises daughter (Margaret O'Brien) in Wisconsin.

Feature Film • 1967

Our Mother's House

British children hide their mother's death; then father (Dirk Bogarde) returns.

Feature Film • 1948

Kiss the Blood Off My Hands

A troubled war vet and a nurse have an ill-fated affair.

Feature Film • 1939

Dark Victory

An heiress with only months to live embarks on a social whirl, then marries her doctor.

Feature Film • 1946

The Postman Always Rings Twice

A drifter (John Garfield) helps a Greek's (Cecil Kellaway) wife (Lana Turner) become a widow.

Feature Film • 1953

Young Bess

Henry VIII's daughter Elizabeth has a forbidden romance with naval hero Thomas Seymour.

Feature Film • 1962

The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm

German brothers' (Laurence Harvey, Karl Boehm) story bridges fairy tales.

Feature Film • 1935

Curly Top

Rich man (John Boles) adopts orphan (Shirley Temple) and her big sister (Rochelle Hudson).

Feature Film • 1937

Wee Willie Winkie

American girl (Shirley Temple) charms natives and Highland soldier (Victor McLaglen) in India.

Short Film • 1943

Happy Times and Jolly Moments

A fond look at Mack Sennett's work in the silent era.

Monday, February 13

Feature Film • 1928

The Passion of Joan of Arc

A French peasant girl opposing occupying British forces is tried for heresy and burned at the stake.

Feature Film • 1996

Irma Vep

A has-been filmmaker (Jean-Pierre Léaud) casts a Hong Kong actress (Maggie Cheung).

Feature Film • 1994

Cold Water

Two delinquent teenagers (Virginie Ledoyen, Cyprien Fouquet) run off to a party.

Feature Film • 1946

Bowery Bombshell

Slip (Leo Gorcey) and the gang trap a gangster (Sheldon Leonard) and his gang of bank robbers.

Feature Film • 1946

Spook Busters

The Bowery Boys inspect a mad scientist's (Douglas Dumbrille) mansion as exterminators.

Feature Film • 1947

Bowery Buckaroos

The Bowery Boys (Leo Gorcey, Huntz Hall, Bobby Jordan) head west to clear a shopkeeper of murder.

Feature Film • 1948

Jinx Money

Slip (Leo Gorcey), Sach (Huntz Hall) and the gang outwit gamblers and a killer.

Special • 1935

Rooftops of Manhattan

Several musical performances set in a rooftop nightclub in Manhattan.

Feature Film • 1951

Bowery Battalion

Slip, Sach and the gang (Bowery Boys) think an air-raid test is for real and join the Army.

Feature Film • 1952

No Holds Barred

Slip and Sach (Huntz Hall) turn manager and pro wrestler.

Short Film • 1949

Mighty Manhattan, New York's Wonder City

The history, culture, architecture and people of Manhattan.

Feature Film • 1953

Jalopy

Gang (Bowery Boys) has new fuel for race cars; crook (Bob Lowry) wants it.

TBA •

To Be Announced

Programming to be announced.

Feature Film • 1954

The Bowery Boys Meet the Monsters

Slip, Sach and the gang (Bowery Boys) meet scientists (Lloyd Corrigan, John Dehner) who need heads.

Short Film • 1953

Daybreak Express

A ride on the Third Avenue El.

Feature Film • 1957

Spook Chasers

Sach and the gang (Percy Helton) find stashed cash in an old farmhouse apparently haunted.

Feature Film • 1955

Bowery to Bagdad

Slip and the gang (Bowery Boys) rub a lamp and meet its genie (Eric Blore).

Feature Film • 1961

Cleo From 5 to 7

A French singer (Corinne Marchand) awaits the results of cancer tests.

Feature Film • 1965

Le Bonheur

A faithful husband finds his marriage suddenly threatened by his attraction to another woman.

Short Film • 1968

Black Panthers

The activities of the Black Panther Party as its members fought for the freedom of Huey P. Newton.

Tuesday, February 14

Feature Film • 1981

Documenteur

A lonely French woman faces growing despair while living with her son in Los Angeles.

Feature Film • 1985

Vagabond

A French teenager hitchhikes around, sleeps around and meets a cold, tragic fate.

Feature Film • 1979

Tess

Victorian men (Peter Firth, Leigh Lawson) victimize noble peasant beauty (Nastassja Kinski).

Feature Film • 1950

Gun Crazy

Gun nut (John Dall) and sideshow sharpshooter (Peggy Cummins) team up for love and crime.

Feature Film • 1941

Love Crazy

Couple (William Powell, Myrna Loy) have wacky fourth anniversary.

Feature Film • 1942

We Were Dancing

A Polish princess (Norma Shearer) runs out on her fiance (Lee Bowman) at their engagement party.

Series • 1931

The Boyfriends Shorts

Thelma enjoys playing with the boys' affection after they tell her about their failed romances.

Feature Film • 1941

That Hamilton Woman

Naval hero Lord Nelson (Laurence Olivier) has affair with man's (Alan Mowbray) wife (Vivien Leigh).

Feature Film • 1936

Romeo and Juliet

Shakespeare's tragic Renaissance lovers (Norma Shearer, Leslie Howard).

Feature Film • 1945

Brief Encounter

Two Britons (Celia Johnson, Trevor Howard) meet, fall in love but part.

Feature Film • 1965

Dear Heart

A single postmistress (Geraldine Page) meets an affianced salesman (Glenn Ford).

Feature Film • 1936

My Man Godfrey

A socialite falls in love with the homeless man she hires as her butler.

Feature Film • 1935

Hands Across the Table

Manicurist (Carole Lombard) and playboy (Fred MacMurray) woo for money but get each other.

Feature Film • 1937

The Awful Truth

Divorcing spouses (Irene Dunne, Cary Grant) meddle in each other's lives.

Wednesday, February 15

Feature Film • 1941

Mr. and Mrs. Smith

Bickering New Yorkers (Carole Lombard, Robert Montgomery) learn, technically, they're not married.

Feature Film • 1936

Cain and Mabel

Chorus girl (Marion Davies) and boxer (Clark Gable) paired as publicity stunt.

Feature Film • 1935

After Office Hours

Editor (Clark Gable) has socialite reporter (Constance Bennett) spy on her boyfriend.

Feature Film • 1951

The Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Story

Lionel Barrymore and Dore Schary present the studio's releases for 1951, including "Quo Vadis."

Short Film • 1939

Happily Buried

The owners of rival waffle iron companies get engaged until they argue over the shape of waffles.

Short Film • 1938

The Magician's Daughter

Bob Wilson is tasked with figuring out how a magician does his tricks.

Short Film • 1937

Give Till It Hurts

Two con artists pose as philanthropists to raise money.

Short Film • 1934

My Grandfather's Clock

A crack detective (Charles Judels) is called in to solve a murder.

Short Film • 1939

Radio Hams

An adventurer who is camping inside an Alaskan igloo uses his short-wave radio to call for help.

Feature Film • 1945

George White's Scandals

Backstage lovers (Joan Davis, Jack Haley) and a dancer's (Martha Holliday) absence affect a show.

Feature Film • 1949

The Threat

Escaped killer (Charles McGraw) kidnaps policeman (Michael O'Shea), DA, singer (Virginia Grey).

Feature Film • 1950

The Man Who Cheated Himself

Woman (Jane Wyatt) shoots husband, gets cop boyfriend (Lee J. Cobb) to hide body.

Feature Film • 1952

This Woman Is Dangerous

Gangster (Joan Crawford) needs eye operation, falls for her doctor (Dennis Morgan).

Feature Film • 1953

The Man Behind the Gun

Undercover major (Randolph Scott) foils plot to separate Southern California.

Feature Film • 1951

Tomorrow Is Another Day

Lovers go on the lam after she dupes him into thinking he killed her former boyfriend.

Feature Film • 1952

The Big Trees

Homesteader (Eve Miller) sways lumber tycoon (Kirk Douglas) about redwoods.

Feature Film • 1956

The Eddy Duchin Story

A Boston tailor's son (Tyrone Power) becomes a popular pianist.

Feature Film • 1960

Song Without End

Hungarian pianist-composer Franz Liszt woos a countess, then joins a monastery.

Thursday, February 16

Feature Film • 1945

Rhapsody in Blue

George Gershwin drives himself to fame as a composer on Broadway, abroad and in Hollywood.

Feature Film • 1960

Shoot the Piano Player

A sad pianist (Charles Aznavour) plays in a Paris dive and gets mixed up with gangsters.

Feature Film • 1935

Mad Love

A bald surgeon grafts a killer's hands on to the pianist husband of an actress he loves.

Feature Film • 1928

Show People

A Southern girl (Marion Davies) comes to Hollywood, falls for a slapstick comic and becomes a star.

Feature Film • 1936

Another Face

An ugly gangster (Brian Donlevy) has plastic surgery, goes to Hollywood and becomes a star.

Short Film • 1940

Alice in Movieland

Alice wins a free trip to Hollywood and dreams about her arrival.

Feature Film • 1933

Bombshell

A Hollywood studio press agent (Lee Tracy) schemes to keep a sexpot (Jean Harlow) single.

Feature Film • 1945

Anchors Aweigh

Sailors (Frank Sinatra, Gene Kelly) on leave help actress (Kathryn Grayson) get Hollywood break.

Feature Film • 1955

Rebel Without a Cause

Volatile teens (James Dean, Natalie Wood, Sal Mineo) with feckless parents witness tragedy.

Feature Film • 1965

The Loved One

A visiting British poet (Robert Morse) handles his uncle's funeral, Hollywood style.

Feature Film • 1954

Them!

Bug experts (Edmund Gwenn, Joan Weldon) and state trooper (James Whitmore) track giant mutant ants.

Feature Film • 1961

West Side Story

Rival gangs affect a couple's (Natalie Wood, Richard Beymer) love.

Feature Film • 1969

Popi

Puerto Rican widower (Alan Arkin) schemes to get sons out of Spanish Harlem.

Friday, February 17

Feature Film • 1961

Summer and Smoke

Preacher's daughter (Geraldine Page) lusts for doctor's son (Laurence Harvey) in 1916 Mississippi.

Feature Film • 1969

Marlowe

Private eye's (James Garner) manhunt includes stripper, TV star (Gayle Hunnicutt), murder.

Series • 1955

MGM Parade

Season 1 • Episode 2

Gene Kelly; Little Leo; host George Murphy.

Feature Film • 1930

A Lady's Morals

Composer (Reginald Denny) loses his sight over Jenny Lind (Grace Moore), who loses her voice.

Feature Film • 1932

Red Dust

Two kinds of women (Jean Harlow, Mary Astor) love Indochina rubber planter (Clark Gable).

Feature Film • 1936

Camille

A doomed courtesan clouds her young lover's name in 19th-century Paris.

Feature Film • 1932

Grand Hotel

Ballerina (Greta Garbo), baron, stenographer, bookkeeper and tycoon check into Berlin's Grand Hotel.

Feature Film • 1938

Marie Antoinette

Future queen of France (Norma Shearer) has affair with Swedish count (Tyrone Power).

Feature Film • 1930

Madam Satan

A socialite masquerades as a notorious femme fatale to win back her straying husband.

Feature Film • 1941

Ziegfeld Girl

An elevator operator, a vaudevillian and a violinist's wife cope with sudden fame as chorus girls.

Feature Film • 1994

Hoop Dreams

Filmmaker Steve James follows the steps of two inner-city-Chicago NBA hopefuls from age 14 to 18.

Feature Film • 1979

The Great Santini

A son stands up to a Marine father (Robert Duvall) who runs the family like a boot camp.

Saturday, February 18

Feature Film • 1960

Tall Story

Gamblers, coed (Jane Fonda) and ethics pressure college basketball player (Anthony Perkins).

Feature Film • 1971

Drive, He Said

A hoop star (William Tepper) beds a professor's wife (Karen Black).

Special • 1970

Shake Hands With Danger

Safety film.

Special • 2009

Changing

A young family tries to cope with the shifting social values.

Feature Film • 1959

Libel

British noble (Dirk Bogarde) sues Canadian (Paul Massie) who calls him impostor.

Short Film • 1949

The House of Tomorrow

A tour of the dream house of the future.

Short Film • 1942

Famous Boners

Three instances of people who either caused, or were the victims of, errors.

Short Film • 1938

Glimpses of New Brunswick

James FitzPatrick heads to the Canadian province of New Brunswick, beginning at St. John.

Feature Film • 1940

Wagon Train

Freighter (Tim Holt) finds girlfriend (Martha O'Driscoll) and father's ambusher.

Series • 1943

Batman

Episode 10

Two costumed secret agents thwart the schemes of a Japanese saboteur in World War II-era Gotham.

Series • 1957

Popeye the Sailor

Popeye dresses as a fortune teller to disrupt Bluto's date with Olive at a fairground.

Feature Film • 1944

The Falcon in Hollywood

Falcon (Tom Conway) tours film studio, finds corpse in corner.

Short Film • 1945

Frontier Days

A sheriff and a U.S. marshal bring law and order to a frontier community.

Feature Film • 1976

Sparkle

A promoter (Philip Michael Thomas) helps three Harlem sisters find fame as singers in the '50s.

Feature Film • 1939

Gunga Din

British soldiers and their water carrier face Thuggee cultists at the Khyber Pass in 1890s India.

Feature Film • 1956

The Rack

Korean War POW (Paul Newman) court-martialed for breaking under torture.

Feature Film • 1966

Where the Spies Are

British doctor (David Niven) spies on Soviets with Frenchwoman (Françoise Dorléac) in Beirut.

Feature Film • 1967

In the Heat of the Night

A black detective helps a white sheriff find a criminal suspected of murder.

Feature Film • 1990

To Sleep With Anger

A man (Danny Glover) from the Deep South visits a Los Angeles family and stirs things up.

Sunday, February 19

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