Monday, May 7, 2012

What's left of the Fox Movie Channel is actually showing some worthwhile movies

It looks like TCM is showing several MGM musicals tomorrow morning into the early afternoon, including a pair with Margaret O'Brien. Bleah. Surprisingly, the Fox Movie Channel is actually having a day with mostly older movies, at least until the 3:00 PM switch to FXM. I think I've blogged about most of the films before, with the exception of one of the Michael Shayne mysteries, The Man Who Wouldn't Die, at 6:00 AM.

Fallen Angel, which I mentioned back in August of last year, follows The Man Who Wouldn't Die at 7:15 AM.

Another noir, Kiss of Death, is on at 9:00 AM.

The last of the 1940s films is Tyrone Power in Nightmare Alley, at 11:00 AM.

FMC's day concludes the way it began, with a showing of the 1978 film The Fury. It's showing not only at 1:00 PM, but at 4:00 AM tomorrow before the rest of the movies mentioned above. I know some people complain about TCM showing the same titles over and over, but this is ridiculous.

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