Dennis Morgan and Jack Carson salute their real-life hometown in the wacky comedy Two Guys From Milwaukee (1946).
Rosalind Russell is a headstrong woman who ends up with two marriages and seven children in the true story of Louise Randall Pierson.
Two sisters (Jane Powell, Debbie Reynolds) find romance during a turn-of-the-century family vacation in MGM's Technicolor musical Two Weeks With Love (1950).
Dr. McKenna (James Stewart) confronts two taxidermists named Chappell before he realizes he's on the wrong trail, in Alfred Hitchcock's remake of his own 1935 hit, The Man Who Knew Too Much, 1956.
Johnny (Paul Muni), now a bouncer, tosses a drunk then greets Marie (Bette Davis), who causes her husband and club owner Charlie (Eugene Pallette) to utter prophetic words in Bordertown, 1935.
Leith (Richard Burton) is left behind in the North African desert, overseeing the death of two wounded soldiers, one German and one British, in Nicholas Ray's Bitter Victory, 1958.
Chopper pilot Forney (Mickey Rooney) and pal Nestor (Earl Holliman) rescue ditched flier Brubaker (William Holden), to the great relief of the Admiral (Fredric March) in The Bridges at Toko-Ri, 1955.
Part two of TCM's discussion on Non-Indians playing Indians in Hollywood, with actors Graham Greene, Irene Bedard and Wes Studi, and scholar Hanay Geiogamah.
Now undercover as a tourist in Shanghai, treasury man Barrows (Dick Powell, narrating) introduces himself to Ann (Signe Hasso) and Shu-Pan (Maylia), then gets in trouble with 'Shannon' (Fritz Leiber), in To The Ends Of The Earth, 1948.
Ava, Liz, Grace, naked! Or at least they would have been without those wonderful, timeless styles of designer Helen Rose. What do you think of Rose's impact on classic Hollywood? Check out this week's video podcast featuring fashion blogger Kimberly Truhler of glamamor.com and let us know!
A prince (Fernando Lamas) from a small kingdom courts a wealthy widow (Lana Turner) to keep her money in the country in The Merry Widow (1952).
Actors Geri Jewell, Kurt Yaeger, Robert David Hall and Marlee Matlin are featured in this commentary on casting for disabled performers, part of TCM's October programming The Projected Image: Disability In Film, Wednesday evenings throughout the month.
Original Promo for the Wednesday, September 11th appearance of actress Madeleine Stowe, joining Robert Osborne as TCM's Guest Programmer, starting at 8pm ET.
Acclaimed horror director, classic movie fan and TCM enthusiast Joe Dante joins Scott McGee for the first in his two-part interview on the October, 2013 TCM Podcast.
Gene Kelly returns to Paris to star in and direct The Happy Road (1957) about two single parents whose children have run away.
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