Just a reminder that there are a crapload of good movies on Tuesday, which is Babs Stanwyck’s day. Instead of filling the day with well worn (but great) classics like Double Indemnity and The Lady Eve, they’re showing a whole lot of really obscure stuff, pre-code especially. Some of her bests, too. Don’t miss….
Illicit (1931) at 7:00 am
Ten Cents a Dance (1931) at 8:30 am
Night Nurse (1931) at 10:00 am
Forbidden (1932) at 11:15 am
Shopworn (1932) at 12:45 pm
Ever In My Heart (1933) at 2:00 pm
Baby Face (1933) at 3:15 pm
The Bride Walks Out (1936) at 4:45 pm
You Belong to Me (1941) at 6:15 pm (this one isn’t ‘great’, but you’d be stupid to ignore a Fonda/Stanwyck pairing)
The Locked Door (1929) at 8:00 pm
The File on Thelma Jordan (1950) at 9:30 pm
Witness to Murder (1954) at 11:15 pm
Crime of Passion (1957) at 12:45 pm
That’s one hell of a lineup. I just wish they were showing The Mad Miss Manton and So Big as well.