In this post: Must-see movies.
I’ve got a news flash for you, movie fans … March is MARY ASTOR MONTH on Turner Classic Movies and they’re showing her films every Wednesday in prime-time. While there are a few good ones coming up on March 5 — Dodsworth (1935) with Walter Huston is my favorite — the list on March 12 is freakin’ FABULOUS. Included are: The Maltese Falcon (1941) and Across the Pacific (1942), both with Humhrey Bogart; The Hurricane (1937) with C. Aubrey Smith and Jon Hall; The Prisoner of Zenda (1937) with Ronald Colman; Behind Office Doors (1931) with Ricardo Cortez; The Lash (1930) with Richard Barthelmess; and There’s Always a Woman (1938) with Melvyn Douglas and Joan Blondell. Oh boy, right?
Happy Monday, everybody. Try to stay warm.