FREE Copy of ‘Cat in the Hat’ Available For All Kids Born On March 2, 2024
Kids born on March 2 can register for a free, personalized copy of ‘The Cat in the Hat’ for Dr. Seuss Day this year.
Anne Whitfield Dies: ‘White Christmas’ & ‘Perry Mason’ Actress Was 85
She also appeared in ‘Rawhide,’ ‘Bonanza,’ and ‘Peter Gunn.’
Ultimate Trivia: TV Doctors
‘Trapper John, M.D.’ was a spinoff of what 1970 film? Take our TV doctors quiz to find out!
Free! Printable Turner Classic Movies March 2024 Schedule
Enjoy this printable March 2024 TCM movie schedule that includes daily movie titles, years and times, as 31 Days of Oscars wraps up.
Offbeat Westerns Even Non-Western Movie Fans Will Love
Even if you’re not a fan of the genre you may still like some of these.
Don McLean to Play Grand Ole Opry for the First Time Plus New Tour
Find out when the ‘American Pie’ singer plays the legendary country music venue.
Do You Remember Which ‘Twilight Zone’ Episode Won an Oscar?
It was a very different episode featured in the fifth season.
82-Year-Old Ann-Margret Still Loves Riding Her Harley-Davidson
Her unique motorcycle is so cute!
Can You Name This Film? ‘The Floor’ Season Finale Winner and Biggest Misses
One of greatest classic films in history was missed in ‘The Floor’ season finale!
Jackie Loughery, Actress & Wife of Jack Webb Dies at 93
She retired in the late ’60s.
Celebrate Retro Day: Remember These 20 Items From Days Gone by?
Remember the sound of dial-up modem? How about needing to use a phone book? Check out our list of everyday almost extinct items.
Portrait of an Icon: Elizabeth Taylor & Her Life in Photos
A look back at the exquisite beauty on her birthday.
Beatles’ George Harrison & Eric Clapton Were in a Love Triangle With Model Pattie Boyd
Now, some of their love letters are going up for auction.
20 of the Hottest Bombshells That Guest Starred on ‘Bonanza’
The best female guest stars on one of the longest running westerns.
Four New Beatles Films Coming, Each With a Unique Focus
There will be not one… but four new films focused on the iconic band, The Beatles.
8 of the Best & Most Famous Banjo Players
Did you know some of these famous celebrities played?
The Best & Worst of ‘Pinocchio’s’ Adventures
Disney’s ‘Pinocchio’ hit the big screen on February 23, 1940, the amount of adaptations since are longer than his nose.
Pamela Salem, Star of ‘Doctor Who’ & ‘EastEnders’ Dies at 80
She was also known for playing Miss Moneypenny in the 1983 James Bond film ‘Never Say Never Again.’
Roni Stoneman, The First Lady of the Banjo & ‘Hee Haw’ Star Dies at 85
She was daughter of Ernest V. “Pop” Stoneman, patriarch of the famous Stoneman Family.
Randy Sparks Dies: New Christy Minstrels Founder & TV Star Was 90
The New Christy Minstrels were also a mainstay on TV, appearing on 26 episodes of ‘The Andy Williams Show’ and eight episodes of ‘Hootenanny.’
How ‘Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes’ Looks Like the Original 1968 Movie
Check out some callbacks the new ‘Apes’ movie trailer makes to the original 1968 sci-fi classic.
Richard Chamberlain Looks Back on His Celebrated TV Career, Including Working With Barbara Stanwyck in ‘The Thorn Birds’
Richard Chamberlain reflects on his success with limited series roles including his scenes opposite Barbara Stanwyck for The Thorn Birds, his run in Shogun, and journey with Dr. Kildare.
Won’t You Be My Knitter? The Sweet Story Behind Mister Rogers’ Sweaters
Fred Rogers and his comfy sweaters were introduced to us on February 19, 1968
Did ‘King Kong vs. Godzilla’ Have Two Different Endings?
For a long time, many people believed that the 1962 monster match-up had Godzilla winning in the Japanese version, and Kong in the American one. But was that really the case?
Paul McCartney’s Stolen Bass Returned After 50 Years
What an amazing story.
2024 TCM Classic Film Festival Will Open With 30th Anniversary ‘Pulp Fiction’ Screening
Star John Travolta will be on hand to help celebrate Quentin Tarantino’s classic crime thriller on opening night for the 15th Annual TCM Classic Film Festival in April 2024.
Ultimate Trivia: What Are Rabbit Ears & Laff Boxes? Test Your Early TV Knowledge
Think you know when the first TV pregnancy was? Take our quiz and find out!
Audrey Hepburn Preferred to be a Farmer & Mom Rather Than a Movie Star
She was one of the most glamorous and well-known movies stars, but to her kids, she was just mom.
Remembering Mattel’s Creepy 1960s ‘Baby Secret’ Doll
The baby doll actually had moving lips as it spoke pre-recorded phrases activated by a pull string, phrases like, “I like to whisper in the dark.”
‘Bewitched’ Reboot in Works at Sony: How it Will Be Different
The original series created by Sol Saks aired on ABC from 1964 to 1972 for eight seasons.