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Turner Classic Movies Features a Month of Guest Programmers


Did you know that one of Kermit the Frog's favorite movies is Singin' in the Rain?

November is a month of guest programmers on Turner Classic Movies, which means that we will learn all about the favorite movies of random celebrities from various branches of entertainment and commerce. Tonight the channel is featuring some of Rose McGowan's favorite classic films, like The Night of the Hunter (1955) and Out of the Past (1947).

It's oddly fascinating to learn about these peoples' favorite old films, like funny man Jerry Stiller's suggested movies are the 1948 drama I Remember Mama and the religiously-themed Boys Town. Martha Stewart's night of programming (November 30) includes Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House and Anna Karenina. Kicking things off on the first of November, Whoopi Goldberg brought us the 1946 version of Beauty and the Beast, and Danny Devito's pick of The Battle of Algiers will be shown on November 10.

Among the more random guest programmers are The Food Network's Alton Brown (who has selected the 1967 movie Point Blank), and Maria Menounos with her selection of The Hustler. Donald Trump picked The African Queen on November 3 and one of Matt Groening's favorite films is apparently Blues in the Night.

Which old movies would you pick if you could be a guest programmer on TCM?

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elizabelle elizabelle 8 years
hehe... I just remembered my profile pic is a still from Bringing Up Baby
elizabelle elizabelle 8 years
Rear Window, Philadelphia Story, Bringing Up Baby, Casablanca
Mokona Mokona 8 years
"Rebecca" is one of my all time favorite movies (and books).
LaLaLaurie06 LaLaLaurie06 8 years
OO and Whatever Happened to Baby Jane SO GOOD!
LaLaLaurie06 LaLaLaurie06 8 years
I would pick My Fair Lady and the version of Invasion of the Body Snatchers with Donald Sutherland. Love that one!
aimeeb aimeeb 8 years
Rose McGowan, yay!!!
cfeccentric cfeccentric 8 years
I love old movies. =) Breakfast at Tiffany's, Roman Holiday, Funny Face, It's a Gift, Bringing Up Baby, My Favorite Wife... Any of those.
jessy777 jessy777 8 years
Shop Around the Corner, Bringing Up Baby, Breakfast and Tiffany's, Adam's Rib and Wizard of Oz.
motherof3 motherof3 8 years
Imitation of Life with Lana Turner.
leeluvfashion leeluvfashion 8 years
Oh, and "To Kill A Mockingbird." such a classic and one of my fave books.
leeluvfashion leeluvfashion 8 years
My choice would be either "Some Like It Hot" w/ Tony Curtis, Marilyn Monroe and Jack Lemmon; or "Rear Window" w/ James Stewart.
mrspiven mrspiven 8 years
Vertigo or The Birds. I like the old horror classics.
Tink-Again Tink-Again 8 years
I like your choices Beautyandthebeast42 :) I would chose: The Band Wagon Bus Stop Some like it hot The Searchers The Good, The Bad and the Ugly
beautyandbeast42 beautyandbeast42 8 years
meet me in st louis, to kill a mockingbird, and gentlemen prefer blondes cheesy, i know.
esk4 esk4 8 years
haha I meant that for the next topic... silly me
esk4 esk4 8 years
awww petticoat junction... it wasn't that bad really? lol I used to watch it on tv land... it was wholesome fun!!! lol... again I was only 11ish and I suppose my youth may have been to blame for me liking it
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