A police detective (Dana Andrews) falls in love with the woman (Gene Tierney) whose murder he’s investigating in Laura (1944), directed by Otto Preminger.
Tiffany Vazquez reports on events from day four of the 2017 TCM Classic Film Festival, Sunday in Hollywood.
Tiffany Vazquez reports on events from day three of the 2017 TCM Classic Film Festival, Saturday in Hollywood.
Tiffany Vazquez reports on events from day two of the 2017 TCM Classic Film Festival, Friday in Hollywood.
Comments from composer Quincy Jones, actress Lee Grant and producer Walter Mirisch on the opening night film, In The Heat Of The Night, 1967, from the 2017 TCM Classic Film Festival, Thursday in Hollywood.
Director Peter Bogdanovich joins stars Barbra Streisand and Ryan O’Neal for this full-on tongue in cheek trailer for the 1972 comedy hit What’s Up, Doc?, also the feature debut of Madeline Kahn.
Nuns founding a convent in the Himalayas are tormented by the area’s exotic beauty in Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger’s Black Narcissus, 1947, starring Deborah Kerr and Jean Simmons.
To finance her husband’s career, a woman courts an eccentric millionaire in Preston Sturges’ hilarious farce The Palm Beach Story, 1942.
Peter Sellers is an RAF officer, the President and the title character, all facing the end of the world in Stanley Kubrick’s Dr. Strangelove, 1964.
A college graduate has an affair with his father’s business partner’s wife, then falls for their daughter, in the movie that made Dustin Hoffman a star, Mike Nichols’ The Graduate, 1967.
An infamous bandit couple (Warren Beatty, Faye Dunaway) run riot in the South of the 1930s in Bonnie And Clyde, 1967, directed by Arthur Penn.
A psychotic ex-child star is forced to take care of her invalid sister, in Robert Aldrich’s What Ever Happened To Baby Jane?, 1962, starring Bette Davis and Joan Crawford.
Tempestuous Southern belle Bette Davis’ willfulness threatens to destroy all who care for her in Jezebel, 1938, her second Academy Award-winning performance, directed by William Wyler.
Alan Bates stars as a Scottish World War I soldier in an abandoned town full of whimsical lunatics in The King of Hearts, 1967.