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TCM airs 33 film Memorial Day marathon
Those looking to celebrate Memorial Day by watching war movies should tune in to Turner Classic Movies this weekend.
Mon May 13, 2013
Gary Cooper's Quiet Journey of Faith
Cooper's low-key, it's- not -all-about-me demeanor, whether playing an inspiring everyman like Longfellow Deeds or a real-life hero like Alvin York, resonated with audiences.
Sun May 12, 2013
Squabble over New Orleans eatery goes to court
Brennan's, a New Orleans restaurant that famously invented the Bananas Foster dessert six decades ago, is more recently known for a long-running family clash over ownership of the French Quarter eatery.
Sat May 11, 2013
The second of the four films that Burt Lancaster and Robert Aldrich made together is the story of two mercenaries in Mexico after the American Civil War who are hired by Emperor Maximillian to safely bring a countess to Vera Cruz.
Fri May 10, 2013
A Romantic Idea-the One-Night Vacation
As they are walking back to the house the next morning, he asks, "Can we go back there again sometime?" She just looks at him and smiles as she pulls a piece of straw from his shirt.
Thu Apr 25, 2013
Silent film epic that ignited passion for American West to be screened in Wilton
CLASSIC CINEMA: "The Winning of Barbara Worth," a 1926 silent drama starring Gary Cooper, Ronald Colman and Vilma Banky, chronicles the tale of pioneer settlers who dreamed of irrigating California's parched Imperial Valley in the early 20th century.