RetroPlex HD Schedule

RetroPlex HD

RetroPlex HD TV Schedule

Local listings for: Virginia [Set TV Provider]
Friday, March 27 2015
  • Time Show
    • 8:05am
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      The Greatest Show on Earth

      Charlton Heston heads the cast in Cecil B DeMille's lavish drama about the emotional tensions and personal problems which come to a head among performers at a spectacular circus. The film scooped two Academy Awards, and features James Stewart as the enigmatic clown with a mysterious past. Betty Hutton plays the leading lady of the high wire opposite Cornel Wilde, the maverick trapeze artist. Co-starring Dorothy Lamour and Gloria Grahame

    • 10:40am
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      Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex (But Were Afraid to Ask)

      Woody Allen wrote, directed and starred in this chaotic and not entirely successful series of seven sketches dealing with all things sexual. Memorable moments include Gene Wilder's encounter with a sheep, and Allen being chased around the countryside by a gigantic breast. Co-starring Anthony Quayle, Burt Reynolds, John Carradine and Tony Randall, and loosely based on Dr David Reuben's best-selling book of the same name

    • 12:15pm
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      Jerry Lewis: Method to the Madness

      Candid, unfiltered conversations with the comic; interviews with Eddie Murphy, Chevy Chase, Alec Baldwin, Carl Reiner, Quentin Tarantino and others.

    • 2:15pm
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      Cleopatra

      Julius Caesar intervenes in an Egyptian civil war and falls for the country's charismatic queen. Hollywood's tempestuous couple Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton met on the set of this star-studded historical epic which, taking inflation into account, is the most expensive film ever made. It should have been a box-office hit - but failed to meet expectations, despite doing well at the 1964 Academy Awards. However, it's still an excellent way to spend a few lazy hours. Co-starring Martin Landau, Rex Harrison, Hume Cronyn and George Cole

    • 6:25pm
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      Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?

      A struggling advertising executive is desperate to recruit a Hollywood star to be the face of a lipstick campaign. When the press claim they are having an affair, it gives her a massive publicity boost, so she agrees to do the campaign on condition he plays along with the fake romance - to the great distress of his fiancee. Comedy, starring Tony Randall, Jayne Mansfield and Joan Blondell

    • 8:00pm
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      Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex (But Were Afraid to Ask)

      Woody Allen wrote, directed and starred in this chaotic and not entirely successful series of seven sketches dealing with all things sexual. Memorable moments include Gene Wilder's encounter with a sheep, and Allen being chased around the countryside by a gigantic breast. Co-starring Anthony Quayle, Burt Reynolds, John Carradine and Tony Randall, and loosely based on Dr David Reuben's best-selling book of the same name

    • 9:35pm
    • http://j.static-locatetv.com/images/content/mid/88/199186_the_greatest_show_on_earth__11_x_17_movie_poster__style_a.jpg
      The Greatest Show on Earth

      Charlton Heston heads the cast in Cecil B DeMille's lavish drama about the emotional tensions and personal problems which come to a head among performers at a spectacular circus. The film scooped two Academy Awards, and features James Stewart as the enigmatic clown with a mysterious past. Betty Hutton plays the leading lady of the high wire opposite Cornel Wilde, the maverick trapeze artist. Co-starring Dorothy Lamour and Gloria Grahame

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