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Cary tv schedule for April

Hello, hello! I bring you this month's schedule!

Fri, Apr 9, 11:15 AM Without Reservations (small cameo appearance as himself)
Fri, Apr 9, 6:00 PM The Philadelphia Story
Sun, Apr 11, 8:00 PM That Touch of Mink
Tue, Apr 13, 2:00 AM Penny Serenade
Fri, Apr 23, 10:00 AM The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer
Mon, Apr 26, 10:00 PM The Talk of the Town

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Cary tv schedule for March

Hello, hello. I bring you all the schedule for March. I hope some of you have been enjoying the 31 Days of Oscar festival on Turner Classic Movies. I know I have. ;)

Here you go!

 Wed, Mar 3, 7:00 AM Operation Petticoat on TCM
 Tue, Mar 9, 4:00 PM The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer on TCM
 Fri, Mar 12, 4:15 Walk, Don't Run on TCM

So far this is all that is listed for the month. If I find more, I will add to this post.
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Cary tv schedule for December

Talk of the Town
- Sat Dec 5, 10:30 pm- TCM
The Bishop's Wife-Sun Dec 6 8:00 pm and re-airing at 11:00 pm- on REELZ (I don't even about this channel)
Arsenic and Old Lace- Tues Dec 8, 2:15 am-TCM
North by Northwest- Tues Dec 8, 1:00 pm- TCM
Walk, Don't Run-Thu Dec 10, 4:00 PM-TCM
Penny Serenade-Sun Dec 13, 6:00 am-TCM
The Philadelphia Story-Sun, Dec 13, 4:00 pm-TCM

I find it interesting that TCM isn't showing The Bishop's Wife a million times this holiday season. Last year I think it aired at least 10 times throughout November and December. I don't know if it's because they are giving it a rest or if they lost the rights to it.

Anyway, if you get a chance to catch Talk of the Town I highly recommend it. Great movie with Grant, the amazing Ronald Colman, and the lovely Jean Arthur. And Walk, Don't Run is a great movie as well. One of my favorites. It was Cary's last movie. It's a remake of The More the Merrier, starring Jean Arthur, Joel McCrea, and Charles Coburn (with Grant in the Coburn role).

Anyway, hope everyone has a wonderful December and Happy Holidays!

Cary tv schedule in November

Topper Takes a Trip
- Sun Nov 1, 8:30 am- TCM (actually just footage of Cary from his performance in Topper)
Arsenic and Old Lace- Mon Nov 2, 12:00 pm-TCM
North by Northwest- Mon Nov 2, 10:15 pm- TCM
None But the Lonely Heart-Thurs Nov 12, 12:00 pm-TCM
To Catch a Thief- Friday Nov 13, 8:00 am-TCM
Gunga Din-Sat Nov 14 , 4:30 pm-TCM
Father Goose- Mon,Nov 16, 6:00 pm-TCM
The Philadelphia Story-Thurs Nov 19, 9:00 am-TCM
To Catch a Thief-Thurs Nov 26th at 8:00 pm-TCM
Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House-Fri Nov 27, 10:00 am-TCM
Houseboat-Fri Nov 27, 12:00 pm-TCM

One film I'd like to point out on this list is None But the Lonely Heart. If you haven't seen it, Cary gives one of his best performances so do check it out. Highly underrated film. It was one of the two times he was nominated for an Academy Award. Unfortunately he never won a competitive Oscar. It wasn't until 1970 and a whole lot of campaigning (mainly on the part of then Academy President Gregory Peck...love the Peck!) that he was awarded an Honorary Oscar.

Also for those of you who have Turner Classic Movies, November's Star of the Month is Grace Kelly. They are scheduled to show some documentaries about her life and on becoming Princess of Monaco, which I'm sure will have footage of her wedding etc...As we all know Cary and Grace were incredibly close friends. We might get to see some nice footage of the two of them together. ;)

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Cary tv schedule in October

The Pride and the Passion
- Tuesday, October 6th at 6:00 am- MGM 

In Name Only
- Tuesday, October 6th at 12:00 pm- TCM

An Affair to Remember- Sunday, October 11th at 9:30 pm - TCM

Father Goose- Monday, October 12th at 1:00 am-TCM

Suspicion- Wednesday, October 21st at 12:00 am-TCM*

Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House- Wednesday, October 21st at 2:00 am-TCM*

Houseboat- Monday, October 26th at 4:00 pm-TCM

*Both of these are part of the guest programmer picks. The guest programmer for the month is Dennis Miller.

I will also say that if you haven't seen In Name Only, I highly recommend it. It is an underrated gem. They rarely show it on TCM, so this is a real treat. It is being shown as part of a birthday tribute for Carole Lombard. If you don't get TCM, try your local library. It isn't on DVD, but you might be able to find it on VHS. It's just a really sweet film.