What to Watch #48: March 5 – 12

Welcome to this week’s installment of What to Watch, the series in which I share my Turner Classic Movies recommendations. All times are listed in EST and subject to change — check your local guide or TCM’s website for updates! And as always, new-to-me picks that I hope to catch are marked with asterisks.

March 5

  • 7:00 am – Strictly Dynamite (1934)*
  • 10:00 am – Campus Rhythm (1943) – Dir. Arthur Dreifuss
  • 6:30 pm – Professional Sweetheart (1933) – Dir. William A. Seiter
  • 10:00 pm – The Great Lie (1941) – Dir. Edmund Goulding

March 6

March 7

  • 12:30 am – The Mercenary (1970)*
  • 11:00 am – The Macomber Affair (1947)*
  • 5:00 pm – Count the Hours (1953)*

March 8

  • 5:00 am – Dinner at Eight (1933) – Dir. George Cukor
  • 11:45 am – Dark Passage (1947) – Dir. Delmer Daves
  • 5:00 pm – Village of the Damned (1961) – Dir. Wolf Rilla
  • 6:30 pm – It! The Terror From Beyond Space (1958) – Dir. Edward L. Cahn
  • 8:00 pm – Marty (1955) – Dir. Delbert Mann

March 9

  • 10:30 am – Red Dust (1932) – Dir. Victor Fleming
  • 6:15 pm – Stowaway (1936) – Dir. William A. Seiter
  • 8:00 pm – Bright Eyes (1934) – Dir. David Butler
  • 9:30 pm – The Little Princess (1939) – Dir. Walter Lang
  • 11:15 pm – I’ll Be Seeing You (1941) – Dir. William Dieterle

March 10

  • 12:45 am – The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer (1947) – Dir. Irving Reis
  • 4:15 am – That Hagen Girl (1947) – Dir. Peter Godfrey
  • 8:00 am – The Window (1949)*
  • 12:30 pm – Dallas (1950)*
  • 4:00 pm – Strangers on a Train (1951) – Dir. Alfred Hitchcock
  • 6:00 pm – The Far Country (1955)*

March 11

March 12

  • 3:30 am – How to Marry a Millionaire (1953) – Dir. Jean Negulesco
  • 6:15 am – One Way Passage (1932)*
  • 7:30 am – High Pressure (1932)*
  • 3:00 pm – I Love You Again (1940) – Dir. W.S. Van Dyke
  • 8:00 pm – The Maltese Falcon (1941) – Dir. John Huston
Advertisements

3 thoughts on “What to Watch #48: March 5 – 12

  1. I haven’t seen any of your asterisked movies, but I’ve always wanted to check out ‘The Window’, which is considered film noir, and I’m curious to discover why. Thanks for the heads up…I’ll be recording that one!

    Like

    1. I’m interested to see ‘The Window’ because it was directed by the cinematographer who did Hitchcock’s ‘Notorious.’ Should be an interesting watch!

      (By the way — expect an email from me in a few with my list of Internet Archive picks!)

      Like

Comments are closed.