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rdmtimp Donating Member (265 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Nov-19-11 06:04 PM
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TCM Schedule for Monday November 21 - Star of the Month: Battle of the Blondes
It's the US (Janet Leigh) versus France (Brigitte Bardot) in tonight's Battle of the Blondes.

(all times Eastern)

6:00 AM Hollywood Without Make-Up (1966)
In this special, Ken Murray hosts his own behind-the-scenes home movies of some of Hollywood's greatest stars. Cast: Ken Murray , BW-50 mins, TV-G,

7:00 AM Shadow in the Sky (1951)
A shell-shocked veteran tries to recover his sanity while living with his sister. Dir: Fred M. Wilcox Cast: Ralph Meeker , Nancy Davis , James Whitmore . BW-78 mins, TV-PG,

8:30 AM Glory Alley (1952)
A boxer's drinking problem threatens his career and his love life. Dir: Raoul Walsh Cast: Ralph Meeker , Leslie Caron , Kurt Kaszner . BW-79 mins, TV-G, CC,

10:00 AM Jeopardy (1953)
A woman desperately seeks help to prevent her trapped husband from drowning. Dir: John Sturges Cast: Barbara Stanwyck , Barry Sullivan , Ralph Meeker . BW-69 mins, TV-PG, CC,

11:15 AM Naked Spur, The (1953)
A captive outlaw uses psychological tactics to prey on a bounty hunter. Dir: Anthony Mann Cast: James Stewart , Janet Leigh , Robert Ryan . C-92 mins, TV-PG, CC,

1:00 PM Kiss Me Deadly (1955)
Detective Mike Hammer fights to solve the murder of a beautiful hitchhiker with a mysterious connection to the Mob. Dir: Robert Aldrich Cast: Ralph Meeker , Albert Dekker , Paul Stewart . BW-106 mins, TV-PG, CC, Letterbox Format

3:00 PM Paths Of Glory (1957)
A military lawyer comes to question the status quo when he defends three men accused of cowardice. Dir: Stanley Kubrick Cast: Fred Bell , John Stein , Harold Benedict . BW-88 mins, TV-PG, CC,

4:30 PM Run Of The Arrow (1957)
A bitter Confederate veteran joins a Sioux tribe to keep his war against the Union going. Dir: Samuel Fuller Cast: Rod Steiger , Sarita Montiel , Brian Keith . C-86 mins, TV-PG, Letterbox Format

6:00 PM Ada (1961)
A call girl weds an easygoing politician and helps him against corrupt state officials. Dir: Daniel Mann Cast: Susan Hayward , Dean Martin , Wilfrid Hyde-White . C-108 mins, TV-G, CC, Letterbox Format

8:00 PM My Sister Eileen (1955)
Two sisters from Ohio, one pretty, one witty, plot to take New York City by storm. Dir: Richard Quine Cast: Janet Leigh , Jack Lemmon , Betty Garrett .
C-107 mins, TV-G, CC, Letterbox Format

10:00 PM Houdini (1953)
The famed magician and escape artist rises to stardom while haunted by the loss of his mother. Dir: George Marshall Cast: Tony Curtis , Janet Leigh , Torin Thatcher . C-106 mins, TV-14, CC,

12:00 AM And God Created Woman (1956)
A young woman loves one brother but marries the other. Dir: Roger Vadim Cast: Brigitte Bardot , Curt Jurgens , Jean-Louis Trintignant . C-95 mins, TV-14,

1:45 AM Very Private Affair, A (1962)
A reclusive movie star falls for her mother's former lover. Dir: Louis Malle Cast: Brigitte Bardot , Marcello Mastroianni , Gregor von Rezzori . C-94 mins, TV-PG, Letterbox Format

3:45 AM Foreign Affair, A (1948)
A prim Congresswoman gets caught up in the romantic decadence of post-war Germany. Dir: Billy Wilder Cast: Jean Arthur , Marlene Dietrich , John Lund .BW-112 mins, TV-PG,
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Matilda Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Nov-20-11 06:48 PM
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1. I saw "And God Created Woman" for the first time a few months ago.
I was too young at the time, although I do recall lots of talk about B.B., and later on we all wore "Brigitte Bardot" dresses - full-skirted check gingham dresses, with a low front filled in with lace.

But I thought it was a silly film, and I can only assume it must have appealed to a lot of repressed male libido at the time.
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