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    Thumbs up For the movie lovers out there.....

    Turner Classic Movies is starting their annual run of Oscar winning and nominated movies.....some good ones this week that you shouldn't miss......

    Today at 5:30pm - The Apartment (1960 best picture winner)
    Tonight at 10pm: Annie Hall (1978 best picture winner)

    Monday March 4th:
    3:30pm - Inherit the Wind (1960 classic)
    8pm : Gone With the Wind (no more need to be said about this one)

    Tuesday March 5th
    2:30am - A Streetcar named Desire (best performance by Viven Liegh and Marlon Brando of their careers)
    10am - Dr. Zivago (another great epic of David Lean's)
    11pm - Gigi (winner of best picture in 1958)

    Wednesday March 6th
    11:30am - Citizen Kane
    3:15pm - Who shot Liberty Valance (best western maybe of all time)
    8pm - Seven Days in May (my favorite movie of all time)

    Thursday March 7th
    8pm - The Spirit of St. Louis (the story of Charles Lindbergh)

    Friday March 8th
    9am - Topkapi (Sir Peter Ustinov in an oscar winning performance)
    8pm - Bullitt (great flick, a do not miss)

    Saturday March 9th
    12am - In the Heat of the Night (winner best picture in 1967)
    2:30pm - The Caine Mutiny (terrific WW2 Navy story, Oscar winner for best story in 1954)
    5pm - Anatomy of a Murder (Jimmy Stewart great performance and first appearance by Lee Remick 1959)
    8pm - Witness for the Prosecution (1958, Agatha Christie story brought to life by Charles Laughton, Marlene Dietrich and Tyrone Power)
    10pm - Philadelphia (winner best picture in 1993)

    Sunday March 10th
    12:15am - Judgement at Nüremberg (incredible cast and oscar winner for Max von Sydow)
    3:15am - Breaker Morant (oscar winning Austrailian film about soldiers from Austrailia in the Boer War of 1900 in South Africa)

    All times are Eastern Standard Time !

    Don't forget to set your VCR's !!!!

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    don't forget....march 3rd at 3pm on TNN.....godfather trilogy

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    Originally posted by dane26
    don't forget....march 3rd at 3pm on TNN.....godfather trilogy
    There ya go....oops that is RIGHT NOW ! Gotta run

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    BUMP !

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    u got to have a shit load of free time
    lucky you

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    Originally posted by manijak
    u got to have a shit load of free time
    lucky you
    Not really, but I did have today off.....so I decided to play on AR today

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    I'm bumping this for those who missed it....

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    Seven Days in May

    B & W Made in 1963 starring Burt Lancaster as Joint Chiefs of Staff, General James Matoon Scott, Kirk Douglas as his aide-de-camp Col. Jiggs McDonald, and Frederic March as The President of the US. Also Ava Gardner, Edward Andrews, and a cast of very well known character actors whose names I don't know, but faces are recognizeable. Also noted for being the screen debut of John Houseman, as a Navy Admiral.

    Premise:

    General Scott is unhappy with a treaty that the Presdient has signed with the Soviet Union, in which he thinks the US will be vunerable to Soviet attacks. He secretly plans a takeover of the US Government.

    Great acting and a GREAT SCRIPT, written by The TWILIGHT ZONE's own Rod Serling........riviting movie.

    This movie is a MUST SEE and is on TONIGHT (Wednesday March 6th at 8pm EST) on Turner Classic Movies. PLEASE Watch if you can !!!!!!

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