‘The Black Stallion’ and Other Animal-Themed Films on TCM’s 31 Days of Oscar
Each day, Remind will direct you to at least one (often several) notable classic movies worth tuning in to on TV for a given day.
Turner Classic Movies continues its 31 Days of Oscar programming event, offering a lineup of Oscar-winning and -nominated films from throughout cinema history all month long (it began March 1 and continues through early April 1). This year, titles are grouped into themed genre blocks, with one or two themes spotlighted each day.
Lions, horses and dogs, oh my! On Wednesday, March 15, beginning at 8pm ET, 31 Days of Oscar gets a little wild with “Animal Stories,” an evening lineup of five Academy Award-nominated and/or -winning films that prominently feature animals. Featured titles are, in order:
Lassie Come Home (1943): nominated for its color cinematography by Leonard Smith
National Velvet (1944): had five nominations and won two: Best Actress (Anne Revere) and Editing (Robert Kern)