Counting down to Christmas with films

Christmas in Connecticut with Barbara Stanwyck.

What a great way to count down to the holidays than with favorite movies available on broadcast and cable television. There’s something for everyone in this weekend’s lineup. Take a look. The “Sing-along” Sound of Music (1965) Back in 2000, at the Ziegfeld Theater in Manhattan, this all-time ...

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Look to the classics

Natalie Wood and Edmund Gwenn in Miracle on 34th Street.

As the temperatures drop, what better way to keep warm than by watching classic originals and remakes on broadcast and cable television? Take a look at what’s showing this weekend. The Shop Around the Corner (1940) This lovely tale of slow-to-discover love has been filmed a few times over ...

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Tradition: It’s A Wonderful Life, and more

It's A Wonderful Life.

There’s something for everyone this weekend as movies — new and familiar — help us count the days until the year-end holidays. The weekend menu offers a balance of familiar and lesser-known titles. Check these out. From Here to Eternity (1953) Of the films that highlight the attack on Pearl ...

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Movies you may have missed the first time

Best in Show, Christopher Guest.

Part of the fun of catching films on television is the chance to see things you may have missed when first released. Of course, you may enjoy some movies more than others, or you may discover new favorites. Check out these titles on broadcast and cable television this weekend. The Mirror Has ...

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Musicals on the menu

Oliver! the musical will be on television this weekend.

Get ready to tap your feet through some favorite film musicals this weekend on broadcast and cable television. Yes, the movies love to sing and dance. And, after checking out these titles, you may, too. A Star Is Born (1954) By the time Judy Garland scored a comeback with this musical version ...

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Some entertaining gems

Lily Tomlin, Dolly Parton and Jane Fonda in 9 to 5.

Entertaining gems from the Hollywood archive are easy to find this weekend on broadcast and cable television. What better ways to enjoy movie time? Check out these titles. Nine to Five (1980) Every time the great Lily Tomlin appears on screen — or on stage or television — she teaches us how a ...

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Rediscover some favorite stars

Humphrey Bogart as Captain Queeg in The Caine Mutiny.

For anyone who loves to watch great movie stars on screen, check out the films showing on broadcast and cable television this weekend. You can re-discover some of your favorite stars starring in some classic Hollywood movies. Check out these titles. Pat and Mike (1952) For some 25 years, ...

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