Monday, November 19, 2012
TCM This Week
Friday after you've gorged yourself on Turkey and shopping you can catch a morning and afternoon of Alfred Hitchcock starting at 630am with Hitch's appearance on the Dick Cavett Show from the 70s.
Then stick around for
UNDER CAPRICORN (1949) at 8am
STRANGERS ON A TRAIN (1951) at 10am - Underrated Hitch film
THE WRONG MAN (1956) at 1145am- The only Hitch film I don't like.
NORTH BY NORTHWEST at 145pm - 1959 classic with Cary Grant as the Wrong Man.
SUSPICION (1941) at 415pm with Grant as a possible wife murderer.
and the day is rounded up with DIAL M FOR MURDER (1954) at 6pm.
Saturday's got THE SAINT'S DOUBLE TROUBLE (1940) which finds George Sanders playing both the hero and the villain and Bela Lugosi is in it too.
At 8pm the Essentials offers JEZEBEL (1938) with Bette Davis. I've not seen it but I've seen other Bette Davis movies and if you have too you know what this will be like.
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