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Classic Movie Daily subscribers can look for an image of Harry Langdon inside today's issue, along with other photos related to today's TV schedule and a brand new "Lightning Review."
TCM TV Alerts through tomorrow at 7 am:
These titles play on TCM's US schedule and all quoted times are for my own local Eastern time zone.
—8:00 am - The Last Hunt (1956), I'm hazy on this one, but I recall it being a real find when I first (and apparently last) saw it, way back when Robert Taylor was Star of the Month (In April 2010!). Using the synopsis to jar my memory, Taylor and Stewart Granger have several moral standoffs as they hunt buffalo together. I remember Taylor being very good, almost frightening at times.
—8:00 pm-6:30 am - Don Ameche night provides a nice mix of titles: Ernst Lubitsch's Heaven Can Wait (1943) with Gene Tierney at 8:00 pm; A rarely shown (on TCM) Fox title, The Story of Alexander Graham Bell (1939) at 10:00 pm with Henry Fonda, Loretta Young, and all of Loretta's sisters; That Night in Rio (1941) at 11:45 pm, another one from Twentieth Century-Fox with Alice Faye and Carmen Miranda; The Feminine Touch (1941) at 1:30 am with Rosalind Russell, Ameche, and Kay Francis; So Goes My Love (1946) at 3:30 am pairs Ameche with Myrna Loy; Ameche with Dorothy Lamour in Douglas Sirk's Slightly French (1949) at 5:00 am to wrap things up.
Keeping it brief today, but there is a new "Lightning Review" of The Arizonian following. Enjoy, and I'll see you tomorrow!
Issue count: Since going Daily on April 6, I've mailed posts to subscribers 68 out of 70 days.