Turner Classic Movies Schedule

Turner Classic Movies

Turner Classic Movies TV Schedule

Local listings for: Virginia [Set TV Provider]
Wednesday, August 27 2014
  • Time Show
    • 9 mins ago
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      Cow Country

      A Texas cowboy saves indebted cattlemen from a crook in cahoots with a banker.

    • 12:30pm
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      Up Periscope

      A US Navy frogman and underwater demolition expert is ordered to steal a vital Japanese code book from a Pacific island. Unfortunately, the captain of the submarine charged with taking him into enemy waters disapproves of the plan. Tensions rise, damaging morale and threatening to jeopardise the mission's success, while the dangers around them are mounting. Second World War adventure, with James Garner, Edmond O'Brien and Alan Hale Jr

    • 2:30pm
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      The Last Voyage

      An ageing ocean liner is on one of its last journeys when an explosion in the boiler room leaves it at risk of sinking. While the captain struggles to decide whether to abandon ship and the crew battle to avert disaster, one passenger embarks on a mission to save his wife, who is trapped in the wreckage, before she's drowned by rising water. Classy melodrama, with director Andrew L Stone expertly cranking up the tension, starring Robert Stack, Dorothy Malone, George Sanders and Woody Strode

    • 4:15pm
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      A soldier recovering from his injuries in a veterans' hospital learns that an old friend has gone missing and may have been involved in a murder. He enlists the aid of his nurse in discovering what has happened, but their investigation leads them to yet more killings. Film noir mystery, with Gordon MacRae and Virginia Mayo

    • 6:00pm
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      White Heat

      Undercover agent Edmund O'Brien infiltrates a gang led by unbalanced, mother-fixated crook James Cagney and sets about engineering his downfall. Classic crime drama, also starring Virginia Mayo and Margaret Wycherly, and featuring arguably Cagney's finest performance as one of the screen's most memorable monsters

    • 8:00pm
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      A man discovers he has swallowed a slow-acting deadly poison in a drink and uses his remaining few hours on a tortuous journey through the seedy streets of Los Angeles to find out who gave it to him and why - but the culprit proves highly elusive. Thriller, starring Edmond O'Brien, Pamela Britton, Luther Adler and Beverly Garland

    • 9:30pm
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      An Act of Murder

      A lawyer defends a judge who drove his terminally ill wife off a cliff and then turned himself in.

    • 11:15pm
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      Seven Days in May

      An American general schemes with fellow officers to overthrow a weak-willed president, but a loyal military advisor attempts to foil the plot in this tense political thriller from Rod Serling. The cracking trio of lead actors, Kirk Douglas, Fredric March and Burt Lancaster, are on fine form, and it'd be worth watching just for them - but the nippy pace and the absorbing plot will also keep viewers gripped

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