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Turner Classic Movies is a TV broadcaster based in Atlanta, GA. It’s a movie channel that airs a wide range of popular and critically-acclaimed movies, films, and documentaries. You can watch the channel online via the Turner Classic Movies live stream and its collection of videos, updated regularly. See our Turner Classic Movies review below, done with an emphasis on its streaming.

Name: Turner Classic Movies
Location: Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Genre: Entertainment > Movies
Website: Turner Classic Movies Homepage

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Review of Turner Classic Movies

Review of Turner Classic Movies
9.5

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Turner Classic Movies’ rating of 9.5 out of 10 is based on a number of factors. One of the biggest ‘pros’ is that Turner Classic Movies live streams its programs as they air. Turner Classic Movies also has a video collection so viewers can watch shows on demand, earning it further points. More about our rating method.

Turner Classic Movies is owned by Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.

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Remembering Sterling Hayden on his birthday, here in SUDDENLY ('54) ... See MoreSee Less

Remembering Sterling Hayden on his birthday, here in SUDDENLY (54)

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He was in at least one seminal film in every decade from 1950 to the 70's, and would probably rather be on his yacht than a movie set :)

By far--to me--his most memorable role was that of Brig. Gen. Jack D. Ripper (!) in "Dr. Strangelove, Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb," directed by the great Stanley Kubrick. His character seemed a broad satire in the early 60s, but these days his crazy statements like "the Russians are attempting to pollute our precious bodily fluids" sound like another day on the news shows.

Loved him in "So Big" with Jane Wyman. Caught "Suddenly" for the first time this week and think it's one of his most natural roles. Nearly everything else he's done he is so disjointed in his delivery of dialog.

The owner of The Attic Alehouse and Eatery in Seattle, Mark Long, sounds EXACTLY like Sterling Hayden! Don't believe me? Call him up.

I got my oldest daughter into watching old movies years ago. She fell in love with Sterling Hayden. She loved his name too. Great Actor

Wonderful actor, he was the youngest merchant marine capt. During ww2. He did a brillant job in the good father. But he was also an alcoholic.

I remember being pleasantly surprised when he appeared in 9 To 5

The Asphalt Jungle the last scene as he lay dying in the field with the horses comforting him was one of the saddest endings to a classic film

Let's all raise a glass of non fluoridated water and/or pure grain alcohol in his honor. . . .

He was great as the doomed thief in The Asphalt Jungle....I guess all the crew went down in that movie.

He's one of my favorite actors. So good in The Killing and Dr Strangelove!

Seen this quite a few times. Love the look of it. Dated! Frankie was pretty good, the whole cast. Sterling only got better as he aged๐ŸŽž๐ŸŽ‰

I've liked him ever since seeing him in "The Star", with Bette Davis.

Sterling Hayden? Sterling Holloway? Used to get the names confused, but never the actors. Both were great!

He made many good movies - but it's Jack D. Ripper character I remember most.

Was a original tuff guy in the war , was a CIA MAN IN WW2 THEY WERE CALLED by a different name than

Loved him in both Suddenly and the Godfather. I've frisked thousands of young punks.

Always thought he had an Robert Ryan look to him

Haven't seen that one. Will it be playing on TCM. I see ol blue eyes in the background. โค

Only saw him in Republic Pictures,The Last Command (1955).

Sterling Hayden, icon

Show Logansport run-very unappreciated movie - and Dr Zhivagro -another unappreciated movie!

I have a photograph of him at the wheel of a schooner in my hometown he was quite a sailor

Tcm plays "the Asphalt Jungle" a few times a year. I try to catch it every time.

Just watched him as Capt. McCluskey in "The Godfather"

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Peter Sellers in THE PINK PANTHER ('64) ... See MoreSee Less

Peter Sellers in THE PINK PANTHER (64)

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Remember all his movies from the Sixty's when stationed in the army in Germany.The guy was a brilliant comedic actor which in my opinion there was no one better.

The great Peter Sellers so good at everything he did in films. So funny in the Pink Panther series able assisted by the great Herbert lom. A true legend.

This is such a strangely underrated movie. It's so overshadowed by and different from the franchise that followed it, that people, I think, often overlook it or are turned off by it because they were expecting something different. Which is a shame, because it's actually quite good, particularly the chase scene.

As far as I am concerned, Peter Sellers was peerless! There was none like him. He ranks with the few incomparable others, such as W. C. Fields, Charlie Chaplin, Buster Keaton! He will live on and on!

Love when he goes in the bathroom to get his wife a sleeping pill and you hear all the pills hit the floor! The Ladykillers was an early film of his which also had Herbert Lom in it- thats another great film.

I remember a movie I saw with my aunt rosemary at the papakura picture theatre with Peter Sellars. I think he was a priest and I know it was one of the first movies I saw. What was it?

In Revenge of the Pink Panther (1978) It was Actor Burt Kwouk (1930-2016) who played the very funny ๐Ÿ˜œ CATO Dave :-)

I often wonder why 'The Return of the Pink Panther', also starring Christopher Plummer, was never popular as a sequel. Most recall - as I do - 'The PP strikes again', the best in the series! 'A Shot in the Dark' was made in 1964, and is also regarded as one in the series.

Inspector to receptionist "dose yer dourg bite" No Dog savages his leg "I thought you said you dourg didn't bite " "Thats not my dog ".brilliant lol

. Monsieur .. You must have the leesonce for the MINGkee ..

My favourite was when Peter Sellers played the East Indian gentleman in the movie "The Party"

This was a David Niven picture. The next one, A Shot in the Dark, was much better. Sublime stuff

Love the Pink Panther movies.....Peter Sellars was a comedic genius!

Shame we lost him at 54. A guy like that would have had the wit and energy to make movies into his eighties...

These movies were amazing. Sellers was brilliant. "Did anyone order a 'bemb' ?"

ONE of the best and funniest movies made!! Peter sellers was a a brilliant and talented actor!

This show was just on again! I watch and laugh every time it is on! I loved Peter Sellers, he was an awesome actor!

My favorite! Love David Niven and of course Peter Sellers in everything. I love the

One of my favorites. The ending chase gets me every time I see it. I am usually laughing to the point of tears.

I never considered David Niven to be overshadowed by Peter Sellers in this movie.

I have the DVD set with all the Pink Panther movies in it love these movies so funny plus love Peter Sellers!! ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

Pink panther series was really comic.I love Peter Sellers another comic movie The Party also.

Oh boy, one of the funniest actors. I laughed till my stomach hurt. The Pink Panther movies were the best.

Good movie and Henry Mancini music.

One word: Capucine

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TCM Big Screen: NORTH BY NORTHWEST ('59)
Studies show the best way to avoid dive-bombing crop dusters is to hide in a movie theater.

You're in luck, TCM Big Screen Classics is bringing Hitchcock's masterful thriller NORTH BY NORTHWEST ('59), starring Cary Grant and Eva Marie Saint back to theaters!

For tickets and showtimes, check out our partners at Fathom Events: myt.cm/Northwest
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I love Cary Grant to the moon and back and I was oh so privileged to have met him at the Piazza St. Marco in Venice, Italy...He was such a gentleman....he saw that we had recognized him but we did do the "fan" thing and let him enjoy his time at the coffee cafe...after he was done with his meeting....he got up came over to us sat down and proceeded to chat with for the next 30 minutes...when he got up to leave...he paid our tab...kissed each...and thanked us for a wonderful conversation.....a memory that I will cherish till the day I day!!!

There is nothing to dislike about this film and everything to love. It's nearly perfect. Grant's interplay with his mother is a hoot, the subdued steaminess with Eve Marie Saint in the dining car, James Mason's icy, well heeled villain, Martin Landaus' menacing presence and so forth and so on. And then there is Hitchcock. What else needs to be added?

I simply adore Cary Grant, one of the greats and so natural like he doesn't even have to try. Notorious with Bergman was my absolute favorite Hitchcock movie ๐ŸŽฅ and his

Hitchcock made an artistic American traveling film featuring scenic locales, starting in New York and ending up at the iconic Mount Rushmore. Cary Grant had understated comedic instincts playing off his movie star looks ... which he used to great effect in this film. James Mason, Martin Landau, and Eva Marie Saint all turned in good performances. As with most Hitchcock movies, the plot required the audience to suspend its disbelief to some extent, but it was all great fun!

Just a little tidbit, watch the young boy in the scene.When they are at the Mt.Rushmore cafeteria. The boy puts his fingers in his ears before the shot goes off..lol

I saw this movie at Radio City Music Hall in 1959 in New York City with my mom and sister. It was after our summer trip to England. This is one of my favorite Hitchcock films of all time.

I wish they would do this in the uk. The first time I played my blu ray version of NbNW on my large tv I was blown away, would love to see it in a cinema.

One of the best films made. Drama, suspense, humor. I never get tired of watching it. Cary Grant makes me laugh and fear for him. The effects didn't have today's technology but the film stands alone with its own art and photography and effects.

This one's got it all - intrigue, the wrong man, villains, humor, cross country chase, romance, sophistication, stirring music, great final sequence, Hitchcock - it's perfect.

Very good movie. For those who may not have noticed, the early scene in that lodge where the gun is shot, the little kid in the back ground blocks his ears before the gun goes off.

One of our favorite movies of all time -- Hitchcock's finest -- I love ROT!!!! Love the scene where the little boy covers his ears in anticipation of the shooting in the cafeteria -- Go see it!!! ๐Ÿท๐Ÿทโคโค๐Ÿ’‹๐Ÿ’‹๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘โŒโญ•

"I'm an advertising man, not a red herring. I've got a secretary, a mother, three ex-wives and several bartenders dependent upon me ... "

Carrie Hildebrandt Tatro Kathryn J. Hildebrandt Ellis what what!?!!? This is awesome, they should bring all the classics back to movie theaters for the experience!

I love this movie, but it plays quite frequently. I'd love to see some less seen classics--"The Conversation," "Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?" or "Hush, Hush Sweet Charlotte" among others.

Love love love Cary Grant! Just purchased tickets for this movie! Can't wait to see it in the theater!

One of Mr. Grant's greatest movies. Also love "Mr. Lucky" and of course "Charade" and "Houseboat". There are so many more and too much to list here. One of my all time greatest actors.

Absolutely loved this film...and Eva Marie Saint....so sultry...sure she must have got hurt when she let Cary Grant out of the sleeper at the end of the film...

"Studies show the best way to avoid dive-bombing crop dusters is to hide in a movie theater." So true.

I LOVE CARY!! When I was @6 months pregnant with my son, I was reading a biography about him. One night I had the most vivid dream. I was in a restaurant and I spotted him. I excitedly said, "Judy, Judy, Judy".... He then came over and chewed me out. He was sick of people encapsulating his career in to a simple line of dialogue. I, of course, was crushed!! The next day, I truly was dragging. My heart was broken by my idol. Well, my son was born on his 101st birthday, January 18, 2005.

If no one else has mentioned this, I have to bring up the great score by Bernard Herrmann. The opening theme , along the title sequence by Saul Bass, is of course dramatic and exciting, but also a little crazed and loopy, befitting the Misadventures that would be befall poor Roger Thornhill.

Love this movie. I have it on DVD, but every time it is on TCM, I have to sit down and watch it again. The chemistry between Cary Grant and Eva Marie Saint is amazing.

Love this movie. Cary Grant is at his finest, and Eva Marie Saint is as smooth as silk.

Great film. Who doesn't love how Hitchcock foiled the censors with the last few seconds?

Excellent film. Cary Grant's seductive scene with Eva Marie in the RR car, HOT stuff.

CARY GRANT IS MY FAVORITE MASON,LANDAUS WAS GOOD EVE MARIE SAINT HOT!

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Rock & Roll Through The Lens: The Intersection of Movies & Music
Never underestimate Marlene Dietrich's influence. Photographer Mick Rock tells a story about how Freddie Mercury pulled inspiration from the brilliant actress.

Join us on Monday as we auction rock & roll memorabilia with a screen spotlight. See all the items at Bonhams: myt.cm/RockAuction
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Mick Rock has seen, been there and photographed it all - a true legend in his own time!

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