What to Watch #20: June 19 – 25

Welcome to What to Watch, the series in which I share my TCM picks for the week. All times are listed in EST and subject to change. Linked film titles will take you to TMP’s review of the film. As usual, “New to me” films that I hope to catch this week are marked with an asterisk. Happy viewing!

June 19

8:00 am – The Constant Nymph (1943) – Directed by Edmund Goulding; starring Charles Boyer, Joan Fontaine, Alexis Smith, etc.

1:30 pm – My Name is Julia Ross (1945)* – Directed by Joseph H. Lewis; starring Nina Foch, May Whitty, etc.

2:45 pm – Devotion (1946) – Directed by Curtis Bernhardt; starring Paul Henreid, Ida Lupino and Olivia de Havilland

8:00 pm – Holiday (1938) – Cary Grant alert! Directed by George Cukor; also starring Katharine Hepburn

10:00 pm – Keeper of the Flame (1942) – Directed by George Cukor; starring Katharine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy

June 20

12:00 am – No More Ladies (1935) – Directed by Edward H. Griffith; starring Joan Crawford, Charlie Ruggles, Robert Montgomery and Joan Fontaine

9:00 am – Remember? (1939)* – Directed by Norman Z. McLeod; starring Greer Garson, Robert Taylor, Lew Ayres, etc.

8:00 pm – Untamed Youth (1957)* – Maltin calls this one a “side-splitting camp masterpiece.” Directed by Howard W. Koch; starring Mamie Van Doren, Lori Nelson, etc.

June 21

6:30 am – Adam’s Rib (1949) – Directed by George Cukor; starring Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn

8:15 am – Born Yesterday (1950) – Directed by George Cukor; starring Judy Holliday and William Holden

10:00 am – Bells Are Ringing (1960) – Directed by Vincente Minnelli; starring Judy Holliday and Dean Martin

9:45 pm – They Won’t Believe Me (1947)* – Directed by Irving Pichel; starring Susan Hayward, Robert Young, Rita Johnson, Jane Greer, etc.

11:15 pm – Double Indemnity (1944) – Directed by Billy Wilder; starring Barbara Stanwyck and Fred MacMurray

June 22

1:15 am – The Postman Always Rings Twice (1946) – Directed by Tay Garnett; starring Lana Turner, John Garfield, etc.

2:00 pm – How Green Was My Valley (1941) – Directed by John Ford; starring Walter Pidgeon, Maureen O’Hara, etc.

June 23

10:00 am – My Gal Sal (1942) – Directed by Irving Cummings; starring Rita Hayworth, Victor Mature, etc.

12:00 pm – My Favorite Wife (1940) – Directed by Garson Kanin; starring Cary Grant and Irene Dunne

8:00 pm – The Pirate (1948) – Directed by Vincente Minnelli; starring Judy Garland and Gene Kelly

June 24

5:15 am – To Be or Not to Be (1942)* – Directed by Ernst Lubitsch; starring Carole Lombard, etc.

8:00 pm – Detective Story (1951) – Directed by William Wyler; starring Kirk Douglas, Eleanor Parker, etc.

June 25

1:45 am – The Man with the Golden Arm (1955) – Directed by Otto Preminger; starring Frank Sinatra, etc.

12:00 pm – Meet Me in St. Louis (1944) – Directed by Vincente Minnelli; starring Judy Garland, etc.

8:00 pm – The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer (1947) – Cary Grant alert! Directed by Irving Reis; also starring Myrna Loy and Shirley Temple

If there’s anything I missed in the schedule or any particular film you think I should make a point to catch this week, let me know in the comments!

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5 thoughts on “What to Watch #20: June 19 – 25

  1. I love finding a seemingly unknown, never-heard-of-before movie that hits all the right notes, and does great things in a small, unassuming package…one you don’t want to tell anyone about because they probably won’t like it as much as you do. That, for me, is ‘My Name is Julia Ross’. Tomorrow at 1:30 pm, and also available in TCM’s Film Noir Classics III collection!

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      1. Cool, Lindsey! Hope you like it…I may just dive in and buy that TCM Film Noir III set, and watch it again! Last night I went out of control and bought six of those TCM ‘Greatest Classics’ 4-paks (including that awesome Cary Grant set), so why not toss another $45 to the wind, right?

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        1. I’d love to collect all of the Film Noir Classics collections but I’m waaaay to cheap to ever buy them. They’re a pretty good deal since you get a decent number of films in each set but I’ve been trying to do my DVD buying in much smaller increments, allowing myself a $3 bargain every once in a while to ease the temptation of splurging on my whole wishlist, haha.

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