The second of our two-part interview with best-selling author Amor Towles, discussing his acclaimed novel 'Rules Of Civility' and the influence of classic movies, joining host Scott McGee on the TCM Podcast for August, 2013
Writer and comedian Dana Gould, appearing in the December 4th premiere of Mob City on our sister network TNT, is the guest for this November, 2013 edition of the TCM Podcast, part one of two.
John (Norman Foster) and Lizzie (Polly Moran) find out what's worse than two Santa's when Maggie (Marie Dressler) arrives in Prosperity, 1932.
Tuggle (Paula Prentiss), Merritt (Dolores Hart), Melanie (Yvette Mimieux) and Angie (Connie Francis) meet 'TV' (Jim Hutton), who clinches a ride to Lauderdale by answering an odd question in Where The Boys Are, 1960.
Two sisters vie for the same dashing young man (Robert Cummings) in And One Was Beautiful (1940).
Spencer Tracy and Robert Young star in Northwest Passage (1940), the true story of Rogers' Rangers.
An amnesiac (Tom Conway) discovers he's wanted for murder in director Anthony Mann's film noir Two O'Clock Courage (1945).
Cock Robin (John Gilbert), a sideshow performer, prepares to have his head cut off for Salome (Renee Adoree) in their popular stage act, in MGM's The Show, 1927, directed by Tod Browning.
Amid the Paris exhibition of 1889, Vicky (Jean Simmons), incognito for a masquerade ball, and George, (Dirk Bogarde) suggesting a tryst, sneak into a suspect hotel to carry on their investigation of her brother's disappearance, in So Long At The Fair, 1950.
Louis Mazzini (Dennis Price, also narrating) meets his first two d'Ascoynes (all of whom are Alec Guinness) along his comical murderous quest, in Kind Hearts And Coronets, 1949.
Bimbo understudy Shirlene (Gale Robbins) motivates Dinah (Ginger Rogers) in a rare straight tap number with husband Josh (Fred Astaire) to Harry Warren's 'Bouncin' The Blues,' in The Barkleys Of Broadway, 1949.
Aviation big-shot Ridgefield (Ralph Richardson) shows his new son-in-law, flier Tony (Nigel Patrick) a new thing called a jet engine, Ann Todd and Denholm Elliott standing by, in David Lean's The Sound Barrier 1952.
The penitents arrive in the village, interrupting the actors, Block (Max Von Sydow), Jons (Gunnar Bjornstrand) et al watching, and a monk (Anders Ek) with a tirade, in Ingmar Bergman's The Seventh Seal, 1957.
Genuine Alpine footage as two principals, Robert Douglas as 'Whymper' and Luis Trenker as 'Carrel,' meet on the Matter Horn, early in the British-German co-production of The Challenge, 1938.
A newlywed couple's honeymoon is disrupted by their friends' marital problems in Period of Adjustment (1962), starring Jane Fonda & Jim Hutton.
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