Sat Mar 17, 2012, 01:05 PM
rdmtimp (518 posts)
TCM Schedule for Monday March 19 - TCM Spotlight: British New Wave
TCM plays doctor by day and showcases more British New Wave films by night.
(all times Eastern)
6:15 AM GOD'S GIFT TO WOMEN (1931)
A modern-day Don Juan tries to go straight for love of an American woman.
Dir: Michael Curtiz Cast: Frank Fay , Laura La Plante , Joan Blondell. BW-72 mins, TV-G,
7:30 AM MEN IN WHITE (1934)
A young doctor has to choose between his studies and his marriage to a society girl. Dir: Richard Boleslavsky Cast: Clark Gable , Myrna Loy , Jean Hersholt.
BW-74 mins, TV-G,
9:00 AM MURDER OF DR. HARRIGAN, THE (1936)
A doctor investigates the murder of a colleague involved in experimental surgery. Dir: Frank McDonald Cast: Ricardo Cortez , Kay Linaker , John Eldredge. BW-67 mins, TV-PG,
10:15 AM DOCTOR TAKES A WIFE, THE (1940)
A man-hating author and a woman-hating doctor have to pretend they're married.
Dir: Alexander Hall Cast: Loretta Young , Ray Milland , Reginald Gardiner.
BW-88 mins, TV-G, CC,
11:45 AM DANGEROUSLY THEY LIVE (1942)
A doctor tries to rescue a young innocent from Nazi agents. Dir: Robert Florey Cast: John Garfield , Nancy Coleman , Raymond Massey. BW-77 mins, TV-G,
1:15 PM THREE MEN IN WHITE (1944)
Young doctors compete for a prestigious position as Dr. Gillespie's assistant.
Dir: Willis Goldbeck Cast: Lionel Barrymore , Van Johnson , Marilyn Maxwell.
BW-85 mins, TV-G, CC,
2:45 PM DOCTOR AND THE GIRL, THE (1950)
A doctor leaves his wealthy family to work in the slums. Dir: Curtis Bernhardt Cast: Glenn Ford , Charles Coburn , Gloria De Haven. BW-98 mins, TV-PG,
4:30 PM GIRL IN WHITE, THE (1952)
Biography of Emily Dunning, the first woman doctor to practice in a New York hospital. Dir: John Sturges Cast: June Allyson , Arthur Kennedy , Gary Merrill. BW-93 mins, TV-G, CC,
6:15 PM DOCTOR'S DILEMMA, THE (1958)
A woman tries to convince the medical profession to save her husband despite his lack of character. Dir: Anthony Asquith Cast: Leslie Caron , Dirk Bogarde , Alastair Sim. C-99 mins, TV-G,
8:00 PM THIS SPORTING LIFE (1963)
A rugby player finds the violence in his professional life tainting his personal relationships. Dir: Lindsay Anderson Cast: Richard Harris , Rachel Roberts , Alan Badel. BW-134 mins, TV-MA, CC, Letterbox Format
10:30 PM BILLY LIAR (1963)
An emotionally stunted clerk retreats into his fantasies. Dir: John Schlesinger Cast: Tom Courtenay , Julie Christie , Wilfred Pickles. BW-99 mins, TV-PG, CC, Letterbox Format
12:15 AM TOM JONES (1963)
In this adaptation of Henry Fielding's novel, a country boy in 18th-century England becomes a playboy. Dir: Tony Richardson Cast: Albert Finney , Susannah York , Hugh Griffith. C-122 mins, TV-14, CC, Letterbox Format
2:30 AM SEANCE ON A WET AFTERNOON (1964)
A medium kidnaps a child so she can help the police solve the crime. Dir: Bryan Forbes Cast: Kim Stanley , Richard Attenborough , Mark Eden. BW-116 mins, Letterbox Format
4:30 AM ONLY TWO CAN PLAY (1962)
A Welsh librarian fed up with his meager, married existence meets a beautiful woman with whom he tries to consummate an affair. Dir: Sidney Gilliat Cast: Peter Sellers , Mai Zetterling , Virginia Maskell. BW-106 mins, TV-PG,
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Response to rdmtimp (Original post)
Mon Mar 19, 2012, 12:38 AM
Matilda (5,878 posts)
1. Two words: "Billy Liar"
One of Tom Courtenay's many great performances - still with us, and still going strong. And Julie Christie was just so sixties!
I haven't seen it for quite a few years, and I wonder if it's dated a bit, but it is a great film and a great film is always worth watching.
Response to Matilda (Reply #1)
Mon Mar 19, 2012, 07:38 AM
CBHagman (14,751 posts)
2. The British New Wave festival...
...has been quite intriguing. I haven't seen BillyLiar and won't get to see it tonight, but the other week I did catch part of A Kind of Loving (Alan Bates, Junie Ritchie), which I hadn't seen since it aired on Canadian TV back in the '80s. It certainly didn't pull any punches -- or at least the part I saw didn't -- about the bleaker aspects of life and relationships.
I'll put Billy Liar on my list of things to see.