What to Watch #41: January 15 – 21

Welcome to this week’s installment of What to Watch! The following are my recommendations of what you should be watching on TCM over the next seven days. All times are listed in EST and subject to change; check the full TCM schedule for updates.

January 15

4:00 pm – The Canterville Ghost (1944)

6:00 pm – Our Vines Have Tender Grapes (1945)

8:00 pm – The Talk of the Town (1942)

January 16

2:30 am – 12 Angry Men (1957)

3:00 pm – Annie Oakley (1935)

8:00 pm – The Women (1939)

10:30 pm – When Ladies Meet (1941)

January 17

12:30 am – A Woman’s Face (1941)

3:30 pm – Above Suspicion (1943)

5:15 pm – Hollywood Canteen (1944)

January 18

2:15 am – The Beginning or the End (1947)

6:00 am – The Cobweb (1955)

2:00 pm – A Face in the Crowd (1957)

4:15 pm – The Philadelphia Story (1940)

6:15 pm – The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer (1947)

8:00 pm – Lifeboat (1944)

January 19

3:45 am – The Big Cube (1969)

6:00 am – The Two Mrs. Carrolls (1947)

2:00 pm – Sleepless in Seattle (1993)

4:00 pm – Lover Come Back (1961)

6:00 pm – Adam’s Rib (1949)

January 20

4:15 am – I Married a Witch (1942)

7:30 am – The Jackie Robinson Story (1950)

4:15 pm – Lillies of the Field (1963)

January 21

1:00 am – Odds Against Tomorrow (1959)

8:15 am – Absolute Quiet (1936)

7:30 pm – MGM Parade Show #25 (1955)

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3 thoughts on “What to Watch #41: January 15 – 21

    1. Oddly enough, the first time I watched that film was in a high school computer class, haha. The teacher was obsessed with it and showed it to all of her classes. I’ll probably try to give it a re-watch, though. Great film that I haven’t seen in a couple of years!

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