What to Watch, Summer Under the Stars edition: August 14 – 20

Welcome to What to Watch, TMP’s weekly film recommendation segment! During TCM’s Summer Under the Stars, I’ll be selecting three to five films from each day to recommend. There will be no “new to me” selections since I’m going to be out of town/without TCM for half of the month of August and won’t be able to catch as many films as I’d like to.

All times are listed in EST and subject to change; check your local schedule for updates.

August 14: Bette Davis

10:30 am – The Petrified Forest (1936)

2:00 pm – The Letter (1940)

3:45 pm – Now, Voyager (1942)

5:45 pm – Watch on the Rhine (1943)

9:15 pm – Dark Victory (1939)

August 15: Gregory Peck

11:15 am – Spellbound (1945)

1:15 pm – Designing Woman (1957)

9:45 pm – The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit (1956)

August 16: Ann Blyth

3:00 pm – Brute Force (1947)

8:00 pm – Mildred Pierce (1945)

4:15 am – Our Very Own (1950)

6:30 pm – Slander (1957)

August 17: Wallace Beery

4:15 pm – Ah, Wilderness! (1935)

8:00 pm – Grand Hotel (1932)

3:15 am – China Seas (1935)

August 18: Natalie Wood

8:00 am – West Side Story (1961)

1:45 pm – Rebel Without a Cause (1955)

11:00 pm – Gypsy (1962)

August 19: Randolph Scott

6:00 am – Badman’s Territory (1946)

8:00 pm – The Tall T (1957)

11:30 pm – My Favorite Wife (1940)

August 20: Hattie McDaniel

1:00 pm – The Mad Miss Manton (1938)

2:30 pm – The Great Lie (1941)

8:00 pm – Gone With the Wind (1939)

4:00 am – In This Our Life (1942)

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3 thoughts on “What to Watch, Summer Under the Stars edition: August 14 – 20

  1. If you WEREN’T galavanting around the country so much this month, I’d definitely, without-out-doubt, no-holds-barred recommend ‘My Favorite Wife’…but I’m sure you’ve already seen it since ol’ what’s-his-name is in it. So, for my second choice, I’d go with the film noir classic ‘Brute Force’, which I haven’t seen in a while, and may have to watch again soon.

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