MOVIES! Schedule


MOVIES! TV Schedule

Local listings for: Virginia [Set TV Provider]
Thursday, November 27 2014
  • Time Show
    • 1:20am
      The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance

      Powerful and gripping Western from masterly film-maker John Ford, chronicling the conflict between ruthless gunslinger Lee Marvin and mild-mannered James Stewart. The shy, newly qualified lawyer falls foul of the villain while on his way to the small town of Shinbone, and vows to help bring him to justice - but is shocked to discover that a more brutal approach is necessary to keep order in the Wild West. John Wayne, Woody Strode and Vera Miles also number among the fantastic, star-studded cast

    • 4:00am
      North to Alaska

      Gold prospector Sam travels to Seattle to fetch his partner George's fiancee. When he discovers she has married someone else, Sam takes it upon himself to find a suitable replacement. Unfortunately, his attempts to bring the substitute bride and George together do not go to plan, and a conman in the meantime is trying to get his hands on their gold. Comedy Western, starring John Wayne, Stewart Granger, Capucine and Ernie Kovacs

    • 6:40am
      Dead Men Tell

      Sleuth Charlie Chan boards a schooner with No. 2 son on a case of murder and buried treasure.

    • 8:00am
      Harry and Tonto

      An elderly New Yorker and his faithful cat are evicted, so decide to trek to Chicago in search of fulfilment. Comedy, starring Art Carney, Ellen Burstyn, Chief Dan George and Larry Hagman

    • 10:35am
      Vice Versa

      Overworked department store executive Judge Reinhold returns from a trip to Thailand in possession of a mysterious artefact that causes he and his 11-year-old son (Fred Savage) to change places. While the horrified father struggles to cope with a world of teachers and school bullies, the youngster revels in the perks of getting to be a grown-up. But a pair of smugglers are determined to steal the magical relic that could be their only chance of changing back. One of the most enjoyable of the run of body-swap comedies that came out in the 1980s, this frisky outing also stars Fred Savage, Swoosie Kurtz and Corinne Bohrer

    • 12:50pm
      Maid to Order

      A spoilt society brat suddenly loses all her wealth, and finds herself forced to become a housekeeper for a couple even more pretentious and snobbish than she used to be. Fairytale comedy, starring Ally Sheedy, Beverly D'Angelo and Michael Ontkean

    • 3:00pm

      A chauffeur's daughter falls for her father's employer in a big way, and to recover from the ensuing rejection flees to Paris to take part in a cookery course. But upon her return, it emerges France has taught her a lot more than kitchen etiquette, and the playboy she set her heart on is suddenly interested again - despite being on the brink of marriage. His older brother tries to save the wedding by romancing her himself. Vintage romantic comedy, starring Audrey Hepburn, William Holden, Humphrey Bogart, John Williams and Walter Hampden.

    • 5:40pm
      Santa Claus

      Impulsive elf Patch walks out on Santa during the hectic preparations for the festive season, and heads for New York determined to make a name for himself. However, he falls into the clutches of demonic toy manufacturer John Lithgow, who's got a devilish money-making plan up his sleeve. Children's adventure, which carries the moral message about the spirit of Christmas, co-starring David Huddleston, Burgess Meredith, Judy Cornwell and Jeffrey Kramer

    • 8:00pm
      Charlotte's Web

      A literate spider and a rat save a pig from slaughter in an animated adaptation of E.B. White's classic. Animated.

    • 10:05pm

      Aileen Quinn plays the perky orphan whose winning smile and habit of bursting into song win the fatherly affections of tough-talking billionaire Albert Finney. Tim Curry and Carol Burnett play the no-good brother and sister out to ruin the little girl's chances of happiness and make a quick profit in the process. Lavish and ever so slightly nauseating musical, directed by John Huston, based on the hit stage play, with a cameo from Hollywood veteran Edward Herrmann as President Roosevelt

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