Happy Birthday, Eleanor Parker!


TCM will be having a month-long birthday celebration for June Star of the Month Eleanor Parker whose birthday is on June 26th.  Tonight’s films will focus on her years with Warner Bros. (Click on the image at the top of the post to read more about this TCM Star of the Month)

Busses Roar (1942) 8:00PM (ET)

The Very Thought of You (1944) 9:15PM (ET)

Between Two Worlds (1944) 11:00PM (ET)

Mission to Moscow (1943) 1:00AM (ET)

Crime by Night (1944) 3:15AM (ET)

The Last Ride (1944) 4:30AM (ET)

The Mysterious Doctor (1943) 5:30AM (ET)

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One thought on “Happy Birthday, Eleanor Parker!

  1. silverscreenings June 4, 2013 at 5:25 am Reply

    Before I started watching TCM, I only knew Eleanor Parker as the Baroness from “The Sound of Music”. When I started watching her other movies, I literally did the face-palm. She’s now one of my faves. What a talent!

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