FOLLOW YOUR HEART: LOVE AT THE MOVIES, April 11-14, 2019, In Hollywood, California.
TCM’s coverage of Opening Night, Red Carpet ceremonies at the 10th TCM Classic Festival, featuring the 30th anniversary screening of WHEN HARRY MET SALLY… (1989) Thursday evening in Hollywood.
Myrna Loy forces Cary Grant to date Shirley Temple in the comedy The Bachelor And The Bobby-Soxer, 1947.
A G.I. en route to Europe falls in love during a whirlwind two-day leave in New York City in The Clock, 1945, starring Judy Garland and Robert Walker.
A man falsely accused of his wife’s murder escapes to search for the real killer in Dark Passage, 1947, starring Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall.
Two convicts, a white racist and an angry black, escape while chained to each other in The Defiant Ones, 1958. Starring Sidney Poitier and Tony Curtis.
Two sisters from Hungary become famous entertainers in the early 20th century, in the fictionalized 20th Century-Fox musical bio-pic hit, The Dolly Sisters, 1945.
Original trailer for the last collaboration between director Don Siegel and star Clint Eastwood, the 1979 hit Escape From Alcatraz, with Fred Ward, Jack Thibeau and Patrick McGoohan.
A WWII drifter (Cary Grant) finds himself protecting schoolgirls and their beautiful teacher (Leslie Caron) in Father Goose, 1964.
Enlisted men in Hawaii fight for love and honor on the eve of World War II in From Here to Eternity, 1953, starring Burt Lancaster, Montgomery Clift, Deborah Kerr, Donna Reed and Frank Sinatra.
Gentlemen prefer Marilyn Monroe preferring diamonds in her most famous musical Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, 1953, directed by Howard Hawks.
Special trailer promoting the 2014 75th anniversary release of Gone With The Wind, 1939, on Blu-Ray.
A cold-hearted teacher becomes the school favorite when he falls for a beautiful young woman in Goodbye, Mr. Chips, 1939 with Robert Donat, with a trailer featuring the famous critic and radio personality Alexander Woollcott.
Barbra Streisand stars as matchmaker Dolly Levi in the classic musical Hello, Dolly!, 1969.
Ed Sullivan and Bing Crosby introduce a special promotional trailer for the musical comedy remake of The Philadelphia Story, from 1956, High Society.
A young man murders his way up the family tree, each member played by Alec Guinness, in the British comedy, Kind Hearts and Coronets, 1949.
Near-tragic misunderstandings threaten a shipboard romance between Charles Boyer and Irene Dunne in Love Affair, 1939.
A mad doctor grafts the hands of a murderer on to a concert pianist’s wrists in Mad Love, 1935, starring Peter Lorre.
Director Douglas Sirk created the look of America in the 1950’s in his romantic melodrama Magnificent Obsession, 1954.
In Mogambo, 1953, John Ford’s remake of Red Dust, an African hunter (Clark Gable) is torn between a lusty showgirl (Ava Gardner) and a married woman (Grace Kelly).
Seven years after his wife’s disappearance, Cary Grant gets re-married. Guess who shows up for the honeymoon? Find out in My Favorite Wife, 1940.
The original movie and the ultimate “Rat Pack” adventure, Ocean’s Eleven, 1960, starring Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin.
June Allyson and Joan Collins star in The Opposite Sex, MGM’s 1956 musical remake of The Women, 1940.
Meryl Streep stars with Robert Redford in Out of Africa, 1985, winner of seven Academy Awards including Best Picture.
A blind white girl (ELizabeth Hartman) falls in love with a black man (Sidney Poitier) in A Patch of Blue, 1965.
Illicit lovers plot to kill the woman’s older husband in The Postman Always Rings Twice, 1946,starring Lana Turner and John Garfield.
A Roman military tribune (Richard Burton) wins The Robe of Jesus Christ in the first CinemaScope feature, 1953.
Gary Cooper won his first Academy Award portraying Sergeant York, 1941, the pacifist who becomes a war hero.
Tom Hanks’ son uses a radio talk show to find a new wife for his father in Nora Ephron’s Sleepless In Seattle, 1993, co-starring Meg Ryan.
Small-town Southern women help each other through the trials of life in Steel Magnolias, 1989, starring Sally Field and Julia Roberts.
Jane gives up friends, home…and most of her clothes in the sexy jungle adventure Tarzan and His Mate, 1934, with Johnny Weissmuller and Maureen O’Sullivan.
A man (James Stewart) combs the West in search of his stolen rifle in director Anthony Mann’s acclaimed Winchester ’73, 1950, co-starring Shelley Winters.
A married noblewoman fights her lifelong attraction to a charismatic gypsy.