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Rediscover ‘I Am Suzanne!’ ‘The Desert Song’ at TCM film fest

By Susan King

April 25, 2013, 4:16 p.m.

The TCM Classic Film Festival is screening several vintage blockbusters this weekend in Hollywood, including “The Great Escape,” “My Fair Lady” and “Giant.”

But peppered among these classics are films that don’t have such high profiles, including Ernst Lubitsch’s final film “Cluny Brown,” from 1946; Mel Brooks’ 1970 comedy “The Twelve Chairs”; and the offbeat 1973 Al Pacino-Gene Hackman buddy drama “Scarecrow.”

“My hope is that any given time there is a big Hollywood blockbuster, there is a small movie screening that few people have seen,” said Charlie Tabesh, TCM’s senior vice president of programming.

Read more at the LA Times.

Interview: Mitzi Gaynor Lights Up the TCM Classic Film Festival

CHICAGO – This weekend is the Turner Classic Movies (TCM) Classic Film Festival, and few movie stars alive represent that classic status better than Miss Mitzi Gaynor. Whether co-starring in movies with Gene Kelly, Frank Sinatra and Marilyn Monroe, or starring in the film version of “South Pacific,” Mitzi Gaynor always inspires the old “razzle dazzle.”

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http://www.hollywoodchicago.com/news/21944/interview-mitzi-gaynor-lights-up-the-tcm-classic-film-festival

It’s the Non-Famous Movies That Make TCM Fest Worth Attending – Page 1 – Film+TV – Los Angeles – LA Weekly

The joys of TCM Fest are twofold: seeing perennial favorites on a big screen for the first time and discovering unearthed gems for the first time anywhere. The former category is as stacked as ever this year — highlights include John Huston’s The African Queen, William Wyler’s Ben-Hur and a brand-new restoration of Terrence Malick’s Badlands — but, per the norm, it’s the largely unseen curios that most warrant a trip to the Hollywood & Highland area this weekend. This particular pleasure of the festival has its locus in the Discoveries program, which this year features 14 films made between 1932 and 1971.

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http://www.laweekly.com/2013-04-25/film-tv/tcm-fest-turner-classic-movies/

Hosting Two Movies at the 2013 TCM Classic Film Festival!

Hosting Two Movies at the 2013 TCM Classic Film Festival!.

Get your Hollywood collectibles appraised at the TCM Classic Film Festival – Los Angeles Auctions and Antiques | Examiner.com

http://www.examiner.com/article/get-your-hollywood-collectibles-appraised-at-the-tcm-classic-film-festival

Turner Classic Movies Classic Film Festival Schedule Released By The Network On Thursday, Highlight Hollywood News | Highlight Hollywood

http://www.highlighthollywood.com/2013/04/04/turner-classic-movies-classic-film-festival-schedule-released-by-the-network-on-thursday-highlight-hollywood-news/#

TCM Classic Film Festival Adds More Celebrity Appearances | services – Equities.com

TCM Classic Film Festival Adds More Celebrity Appearances | services – Equities.com.

MY FAIR LADY, GUYS & DOLLS Added To TCM Film Festival

Broadway babies will get the rare chance to see some of the most  memorable and dazzling movie musicals of all time up on the big screen – some  for the very first time in HD restorations – as part of the 2013 TCM Classic  Film Festival, April 25-28 in Hollywood.

MY FAIR LADY and GUYS & DOLLS have just been officially announced  as part of this year’s line-up, joining another classic movie musical that will  be kicking off the weekend in gala form as the premiere film of the festival,  FUNNY GIRL.

Read more about MY FAIR LADY, GUYS & DOLLS Added To TCM Film Festival by broadwayworld.com

TCM Classic Film Festival Adds More Celebrity Appearances

TCM Classic Film Festival Adds More Celebrity Appearances.

Turner Newsroom: Oscar®-Winning Actress Eva Marie Saint to Join Robert Osborne for Extended Interview at the 2013 TCM Classic Film Festival

Turner Newsroom: Oscar®-Winning Actress Eva Marie Saint to Join Robert Osborne for Extended Interview at the 2013 TCM Classic Film Festival.

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