‘Seinfeld’ Ponders the Question: Is Soup a Meal?
Enter Kenny Bania, Granny boxes a “jackrabbit” and Endora teaches Darrin a lesson.
Everyone’s Doing the Bedrock Twitch!
Fred Flintstone turns rock-n-roller, George Jefferson gets disco fever, and we meet Theo Huxtable’s friend Cockroach.
St. Patrick’s Day Classic Movie Pick: 1948’s ‘The Luck of the Irish’
Tyrone Power, Best Supporting Actor Oscar nominee Cecil Kellaway, Anne Baxter and Jayne Meadows lead this charming 1948 comedy about an American reporter who meets a leprechaun while traveling in Ireland.
Syfy’s St. Patrick’s Day Marathon Celebrates 30 Years of ‘Leprechaun’
See the killer Leprechaun face off with Jennifer Aniston in the 1993 original, visit the hood (twice) and even go to space during a 24-hour lineup featuring all eight darkly comic horror movies, the first six with Warwick Davis in the title role.
TCM’s 31 Days of Oscar: ‘The Black Stallion’ and Other Animal-Themed Films
The March 15 evening lineup also includes Born Free (1966), Lassie Come Home (1943), National Velvet (1944) and Sounder (1972).
13 TV Themes Composed By Movie Maestro John Williams
He’s received his 53rd Oscar nomination this year for his Fabelmans score, but the legendary big-screen composer has also created memorable TV themes, including Lost in Space, Great Performances and Sunday Night Football.
Steven Spielberg on the Small Screen
The filmmaker, who might win his third directing Oscar for The Fabelmans, has had a legendary movie career, but don’t overlook his impact on television.
‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ and Other Sci-Fi Films on TCM’s 31 Days of Oscar
The March 10 evening lineup also features Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977), The Time Machine (1960), Destination Moon (1950) and Forbidden Planet (1956).
TCM’s 31 Days of Oscar: ‘The Pride of the Yankees’ & Other Sports Movies
The March 9 evening lineup also features ‘Somebody Up There Likes Me’ (1956), ‘This Sporting Life’ (1963), ‘Hoop Dreams’ (1994), ‘The Stratton Story’ (1949) and ‘Pat and Mike’ (1952).
TCM’s 31 Days of Oscar: ‘Gangs of New York’
Martin Scorsese’s multi-Oscar-nominated 2002 historical drama makes its TCM premiere March 8 as the centerpiece of a night of acclaimed crime films that also includes The French Connection, Shaft (1971) and more.
Watch Bob Hope’s Opening at the First Oscars TV Broadcast in 1953
“Television. That’s where movies go when they die,” quips the host, along with other zingers that good-naturedly reflect the tension between the film industry and young upstart television 70 years ago.
Historical Films on TCM’s 31 Days of Oscar
A Man for All Seasons (1966), Julius Caesar (1953), Nicholas and Alexandra (1971), Cleopatra (1934), and Marie Antoinette (1938) are featured on March 7.
After 90 Years, ‘King Kong’ Is Still a Wonder
Happy 90th anniversary to the film that introduced cinema’s greatest ape!
Bryan Cranston hyping Preparation H in the ’80s?
Never underestimate that unknown actor you see cutting his or her teeth with roles in television commercials — that person might be a star of tomorrow.