Free! Printable Turner Classic Movies January 2024 Schedule

OUT OF THE PAST, (aka BUILD MY GALLOWS HIGH), British poster art, from left: Jane Greer, Robert Mitchum, 1947
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One of the features of ReMIND Magazine — a nostalgic magazine celebrating pop culture from the 1950s through the 1990s —is the classic TV and movies section. Each monthly issue of ReMIND includes a two-page calendar that details the movies airing on Turner Classic Movies — the TCM calendar lists the day, time, movie title and year.

You can download this printable January 2024 Turner Classic Movie schedule by clicking this link. As fans of the network know, each month the network names their “Star of the Month.” The January 2024 Star of the Month on TCM is Robert Mitchum — movies featuring the screen icon air every Tuesday beginning at 8pmET.

Mitchum, who is likely most associated with his antihero roles and performances in films noir, but was also talented in other genres, will be celebrated each Tuesday night in January on Turner Classic Movies. You’ll see 11 of Mitchum’s memorable noirs right away on Jan. 2, in a lineup beginning with the legendary Out of the Past (1947, pictured above) and also including Crossfire (1947), The Big Steal (1949), Where Danger Lives (1950) and Macao (1952), among several others.

RIVER OF NO RETURN, Marilyn Monroe, Robert Mitchum, 1954, TM and Copyright

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The Jan. 9 lineup features nine of the Westerns that Mitchum made, including River of No Return (1954, pictured above with Marilyn Monroe), The Lusty Men (1952) and Blood on the Moon (1948). On Jan. 16, watch the star in several war films, such as The Story of G.I. Joe (1945), which earned him a Best Supporting Actor Oscar nomination, The Enemy Below (1957), Anzio (1968) and The Longest Day (1962).

THE NIGHT OF THE HUNTER, Robert Mitchum, 1955

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The Jan. 23 lineup features a mix of genres, including noirs, dramas and comedies, that begins with The Night of the Hunter (1955, pictured above), in which Mitchum delivers a legendarily chilling performance as the sinister Harry Powell. Among the other highlights that evening are the crime film Thunder Road (1958) and the romantic comedy Holiday Affair (1949). Finally, on Jan. 30, another mix of films, these from Mitchum’s work in the 1960s and ’70s, includes Cape Fear (1962), which sees him turning in another terrific villainous performance, as Max Cady; Farewell, My Lovely (1975) and Ryan’s Daughter (1970).

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In this time capsule issue of ReMIND Magazine we look back 50 years ago to 1974!

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