A journalist (Tony Curtis) sets out to expose a female sex expert (Natalie Wood) in Sex and The Single Girl (1964) inspired by the self-help book by Helen Gurley Brown.
Best Actor and Best Actress awards went to Henry Fonda and Katharine Hepburn for On Golden Pond (1980).
Charles Bronson is a two-bit outlaw who becomes a legend when he's mistakenly reported dead in From Noon Till Three (1976).
TCM Guest Programmer Chris Elliott joins Robert Osborne to introduce On Golden Pond, 1981.
Tabloid reporter Bob (Tony Curtis) is posing as his married friend Frank Broderick, trying to entrap sex therapist Dr. Brown (Natalie Wood) in an affair, in Sex And The Single Girl, 1964.
Count Basie Orchestra and Fran Jeffries (as Gretchen) taking the lead, with Bob (Tony Curtis) helping friends Frank (Henry Fonda) and Sylvia (Lauren Bacall) celebrate their stormy 10th anniversary, in Sex And The Single Girl, 1964.
Tabloid journalist Bob (Tony Curtis) with feuding apartment neighbors Sylvia (Lauren Bacall) and Frank (Henry Fonda), dismissing girlfriend Gretchen (Fran Jeffries), all the while hatching a scheme, in Sex And The Single Girl, 1964.
Two sailors discover a way to beat the roulette tables in a Venice casino in The Honeymoon Machine (1961), starring Steve McQueen.
First scene for Natalie Wood as Dr. Brown, only her name inspired by author Helen Gurley Brown, with colleagues (Otto Kruger, Mel Ferrer, Edmund Glover), angry over a scandal sheet's coverage of her work, in Sex And The Single Girl, 1964.
Rod Serling's classic, groundbreaking series changes in season 4 from a half-hour format to full one-hour episodes. A few of the standout episodes from season four include "Miniature" with Robert Duvall, "Death Ship" starring Jack Klugman who has a recurring nightmare, "The Bard" a spoof on TV that features Burt Reynolds and "In His Image" about a man who builds an exact robot replica of himself.
The Facts of Life: Season 3: Episode 22 -- Jo coerces Blair into a date with a 'well?connected' military cadet who turns out to be a delinquent from New York City streets, intent on playing taps over her noble reputation.
The Facts of Life: Season 3: Episode 6 -- An unexpected financial disaster befalls Mrs. Garrett and she finds herself on the brink of an emotional breakdown when the girls prove totally insensitive to her personal crisis.
The Facts of Life: Season 3: Episode 7 -- A class in simulated marriage teaches Jo some lessons in love when she suddenly finds herself more attracted to her class 'beau' than to her longtime boy friend.
The Facts of Life: Season 3: Episode 15 -- Tootie can't believe her ears when she's 'personally' invited to the concert of her biggest idol, rock star Jermaine Jackson, for being his 'number one fan.'
The Facts of Life: Season 3: Episode 13 -- Jo finds herself caught in the middle of an international 'conflict' when she befriends a new Japanese student who's eager to become Americanized.
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