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      • Janet Leigh - Wednesdays in October

        34 Movies

        A classic example of the small town girl who went to Hollywood and became a star, this... more

      • Ghost Stories - Thursdays in October

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      • Ghost Stories - Thursdays in October

        27 Movies

        Join us every Thursday in October for an excursion into the supernatural including ghostly... more

      • Africa - Fridays in October

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      • Africa - Fridays in October

        18 Movies

        TV personality Alex Trebek trains this month's Friday Night Spotlight on movies that... more

      • Back to the Drawing Board - 10/6

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      • Back to the Drawing Board - 10/6

        3 Cartoon Collections, 4 Movies

        This very special evening of programming features 28 cartoon shorts grouped by respectiv... more

      • Guest Programmer: David Steinberg - 10/13

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      • Guest Programmer: David Steinberg - 10/13

        4 Movies

        The Emmy®-winning comedian/actor/ writer/director/author joins Robert Osborne to... more

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      • Romance Of Rosy Ridge, The -- (Movie Clip) News Of Ben

        Burning map, quasi-Klansmen, and a camera turn under a bonnet begins Janet Leigh's movie career, as "Lissy Anne," misinterpreting a message from "Ninny Nat" (O.Z. Whitehead), opening MGM's The Romance Of Rosy Ridge, 1947. watch now in the media room
      • Canterville Ghost, The -- (Movie Clip) Weapon OF...

        Peter Lawford is "Anthony," caught with the betrothed of Valentine (Donald Stuart), then calling upon his blustery brother Simon (Charles Laughton) to defend the family name, in The Canterville Ghost, 1944, from an Oscar Wilde story. watch now in the media room
      • Beat The Devil (1954) -- (Movie Clip) We're...

        After an odd pitch from O'Hara (Peter Lorre), his wife (Gina Lollobrigida) listening, Billy (Humphrey Bogart) signals to Gwen (Jennifer Jones, back to camera) as her husband Harry (Edward Underdown) drags him away for drinks with Ross (Ivor Barnard), in John Huston's Beat The Devil, 1954. watch now in the media room
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