Sunday, June 24, 2007
Attention, fans of Turner Classic's current "Screened Out: Gay Images in Hollywood." Take note of the following 11th-hour scheduling changes, which mixes and mingles titles originally scheduled for Monday and Wednesday screening.
Monday's agenda starts as planned at 8 p.m. (est) with Vincente Minnelli's film version of Robert Anderson's "Tea and Sympathy." It is now followed by William Wyler's production of Lillian Hellman's "The Children's Hour," Stanley Donen's "Staircase," Billy Friedkin's "The Boys in the Band" and, finally, Basil Dearsen's "Victim."
Now planned for Wednesday showings are Otto Preminger's "Advise and Consent," starting at 8 p.m. (est), followed by Edward Dmytryk's steamy "A Walk on the Wild Side," Mark Rydell's "The Fox" and Robert Aldrich's rarely screened "The Killing of Sister George."
The remainder of Turner's schedule for the month remains the same.
(Artwork: Poster art for "The Killing of Sister George")
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Posted by joe baltake at 7:48 PM