Official announcement of the 10th TCM Classic Film Festival, April 26-29, 2018, in Hollywood.
TCM’s coverage from the 9th Annual TCM Classic Film Festival, Thursday – Sunday evening in Hollywood, CA.
A boy and a horse forge a close friendship after being shipwrecked together in Africa.
Cary Grant does everything to keep his ex-wife and star reporter Rosalind Russell from re-marriage in Howard Hawks’ classic comedy HIS GIRL FRIDAY (1940).
Steve McQueen and a souped-up Mustang go roaring after the mob in San Francisco in BULLITT (1968).
Two brothers love the same woman at a perilous Indian outpost in THE CHARGE OF THE LIGHT BRIGADE(1936) starring Errol Flynn, Olivia de Havilland, and David Niven.
A Parisian girl (Leslie Caron) is raised to be a kept woman but dreams of love and marriage in GIGI (1958), winner of nine Academy Awards including Best Picture.
Auto racers find danger and romance at the legendary European road race – GRAND PRIX (1966), starring James Garner, Eva Marie Saint, and Yves Montand.
When a football player dies early, he gets a second chance in the body of a crooked industrialist.
Cary Grant does everything to keep his ex-wife and star reporter Rosalind Russel from re-marriage in Howard Hawks’ classic comedy HIS GIRL FRIDAY (1940).
Three models pool their resources to rent a posh penthouse in hopes of snaring rich husbands.
A tenement doctor (Spencer Tracy) finds his marriage to a European refugee (Hedy Lamarr) threatens his practice in I Take This Woman, 1931, directed by W.S. Van Dyke II.
Only a young boy and an old woman stand between an innocent black man and a lynch mob in INTRUDER IN THE DUST (1949), directed by Clarence Brown and based on the novel by William Faulkner.
A hitchhiker wearing nothing but a trench coat leads detective Mike Hammer into an atomic conspiracy in Robert Aldrich’s Kiss Me Deadly, 1955.
In A Letter to Three Wives, 1949, a woman claims to have run off with one of their husbands. But which?
Academy Awards for Best Picture, Actor, Director and Screenplay went to Billy Wilder’s groundbreaking study of alcoholism, The Lost Weekend, 1945
A small-town boy tries to juggle two girlfriends at once in LOVE FINDS ANDY HARDY (1938) starring Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland.
A prince (Maurice Chevalier) from a small kingdom court a wealthy widow to keep her money in the country in Ernst Lubitsch’s THE MERRY WIDOW (1934).
James Cagney and Olivia de Havilland star in A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM (1935), Shakespeare’s classic about two pairs of lovers and an amateur actor who encounter fairies in an enchanted forest.
During World War II, a 4F tries to help the woman he loves cover up a surprise pregnancy in Preston Sturges’ acclaimed The Miracle Of Morgan’s Creek, 1944.
Mr. Smith Goes To Washington, 1939, Frank Capra’s masterpiece about a naive young senator (James Stewart) who uncovers political corruption.
Albert Finney is Agatha Christie’s detective Hercule Poirot in the all-star MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS (1974).
“Can two divorced men share an apartment?” Find out in Neil Simon’s The Odd Couple, 1968, with Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau.
A gangster plots an elaborate revenge on the wife and partner who did him dirt in POINT BLANK (1967) starring Lee Marvin and Angie Dickinson.
The first astronauts fight for their place in space in The Right Stuff, 1983, the film version of the book by Tom Wolfe.
Three Army buddies during World War I get mixed up with the mob in peacetime in THE ROARING TWENTIES (1939) starring James Cagney and Humphrey Bogart.
Olivia Hussey and Leonard Whiting are Shakespeare’s ill-starred teens in Franco Zeffirelli’s Romeo and Juliet, 1968.
Paul Muni as the original Scarface (1932) directed by Howard Hawks, produced by Howard Hughes.
A straitlaced Soviet agent is seduced by Paris and a high-stepping film producer in Cole Porter’s musical SILK STOCKINGS (1957) starring Fred Astaire and Cyd Charisse.
Black sharecroppers during the Depression fight to get their children a decent education.
Women at a theatrical boarding house vie for choice roles in Broadway productions in STAGE DOOR (1937), starring Katharine Hepburn, Ginger Rogers, Eve Arden and Lucille Ball.
A fading matinee idol marries the young beginner he’s shepherded to stardom in A STAR IS BORN (1937) starring Janet Gaynor and Fredric March.
A man’s joking suggestion that he and a chance acquaintance trade murders turns deadly in Alfred Hitchcock’s STRANGERS ON A TRAIN (1951) starring Farley Granger and Robert Walker.
A silent-screen star (Gloria Swanson) becomes involved with an unemployed screenwriter (William Holden) in Billy Wilder’s masterpiece Sunset Blvd (1950).
A samurai (Toshiro Mifune) murders his lord to steal the throne in Akira Kurosawa’s adaptation of William Shakespeare’s Macbeth.
A skipper-for-hire’s romance with a beautiful drifter is complicated by his growing involvement with the French resistance in To Have and Have Not, 1944, starring Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall.
College coeds go looking for love during spring break in Fort Lauderdale starring Yvette Mimieux, George Hamilton and featuring the famous theme song by Connie Francis.
A secretary becomes so valuable to her boss that it jeopardizes his marriage in Wife vs. Secretary, (1936), starring Clark Gable, Myrna Loy and Jean Harlow.
A lowly adman tries to better his lot by courting a glamorous Hollywood star in Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?, 1957.
A British barrister (Charles Laughton) gets caught up in a couple’s tangled marital affairs when he defends the husband (Tyrone Power) for murder. Based on the Agatha Christie novel.