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Turner Classic Movies | A Movie Channel

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

If you want to learn more about Turner Classic Movies than what’s in our review, use the buttons in the ‘Visit this station around the web’ box. If you’re interested in a different channel or stream, use the search box at the top of the page.

Review of Turner Classic Movies

Review of Turner Classic Movies
9.5

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  • Video On Demand

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.

See how Turner Classic Movies compares to other premium entertainment stations in the US.

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Audrey Hepburn and Fred Astaire in FUNNY FACE (’57) ... See MoreSee Less

Audrey Hepburn and Fred Astaire in FUNNY FACE (’57)

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What more does one need in a movie? Audrey Hepburn Fred Astaire Kay Thompson The City of Paris A TWA Constellation Music by Gershwin Direction by Stanley Donen Absolutely entertaining!

The scenery of the sequence is the best. I remember how she looked immensely beautiful dancing in that white ballerina wedding gown. I cried literally.❤️

The first time I became aware of Audrey Hepburn was when I was 8. I was home sick and Funny Face was the only thing on TV that wasn't game shows and soap operas. I was instantly a fan. This movie is magic.

Always loved Audrey Hepburn. Fred Astaire....not so much. Great dancer, but kind of a stretch to see him as a romantic lead for me.

1957--saw "Funny Face" as a child--never was there a more romantic scene than this happy couple floating away on a raft with swans in the background. My mother, Astaire's #1 fan, played the album frequently, and I still know every song by heart. "He loves, and she loves, and they love..."

Got to watch this a few years ago at the Traverse City Film Festival with the director in an audience. He discussed it afterward. Amazing.

Never seen this ; but put it on ,when the scene was ,Fred walking into that cavern type bar . Also enjoying these old classics a lot on my first HD flatscreen .

She was in at least 4 movies with the older actor that turned out to be her sweetheart in the movie. Cary, Gary, Fred and Humphrey. Right?

I don't think their romance is creepy at all. There are a lot of couples I know who have an age difference that's about 15-20 years. It's so common now, why get creeped out? We see that kind of relationship all the time now. It's a very good movie with great songs and performances. Besides, wasn't Gregory Peck older than her in Roman Holiday? No one's complaining about that. I will still watch this movie.

❤️👍 One of my favorite Audrey movies! I love the photo shoot with those stunning Givenchy styles!

This movie would have been better if Fred and Kay were a married couple and part of why they went to Paris was to find Audrey a suitable boyfriend Her Own Age, instead of Fred, who was fully 30 years older than she at the time.

I have really enjoyed all these Audrey films. It's the first time I have seen any of them. She was amazing. 😊❤

Fred astaire was such a cradle robber...

One of my favorite Audrey Hepburn movies... that and Breakfast at Tiffany's

She's doing a great job singing. How stupid to have her voice dubbed in My Fair Lady and cause Audrey all that unnecessary grief.

I used to like it. However, the age difference between them makes the romance creepy

I love Fred Astaire's dancing but the age discrepancy between him and Audrey Hepburn is creepy.

One of my favorite. Love Audrey Hepburn. Feed Astaire was pretty good too.

Watching "always". One of my favorite of Audrey Hepburn's films. Green mansions is still my first favorite film of Audrey Hepburn's

My favorite scene of my favorite movie of all-time. Thanks TCM for honoring Audrey Hepburn in wonderful way.

Not one of my more favorite Astaire movies. He's the best.

I'M WATCHING IT NOW AND IT'S JUST WONDERFUL, MARVELOUS HEPBURN!!!!!!!

I just want to say how much I love this channel. I got to watch this tonight for the first time! It was wonderful. 😄

He is just too old to be staring opposite Audrey Hepburn .30 years older

Audrey really looked as though she was having the time of her life in this film. ❤️

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Remembering Peter Lorre and Eleanor Parker on their birthdays ... See MoreSee Less

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Eleanor Parker was a very underrated actress. She was excellent in everything she did. Had a charismatic quality that was dynamic. RIP Eleanor. <3

I once read that Peter Lorre's only child was picked up by The Hillside Stranglers and they had every intention of killing her. But once in their car, she told them who her dad was & they immediately told her to get out of the car. They later admitted they let her live because they were fans of her father.

I did not know of Eleanor Parker until The Sound of Music. She was so fantastic in that. Now I see her old movies and wonder why she wasn't showcased in many more in recent times - loved her.

Loved all the Eleanor Parker movies today! She was way ahead of her time movies about prison, and mental health plus romance. Very versatile actress. She was born the same year as my Mom. It was a very good year!

Peter Lorre, a truly great actor. Besides the spooker stuff and noir he was also great in Bob Hope's My Favorite Brunette. Especially when he keeps moving a ring around to get Bob to see it. Chuckling now, just too funny.

Eleanor in Escape from Fort Bravo. One of my all time favorites. So beautiful in that yellow dress. Then later in jeans and cowboy hat. Such a great romantic ending.

"The Beast with Five Fingers" with Peter Lorre, creepy, creepy,....always think of that movie when I see his picture!! Happy Birthday.... RIP...

Loved them both. Still seek out their films. So much talent. Nothing being made today can compare with the old Hollywood films. So sad. RIP

He was in so many great films and could inhabit dark roles as well as comedy. Everyone loved him and his self-deprecating sense of humor.

Ohhhh, my favorite is in the pictures, too: Cary Grant!

Arsenic and old lace! I love that movie!!!!!

Eleanor's birthday but of human bondage was nailed by Bette Davis (Y)

And Lorre was once married to T'Pau from the original Star Trek. Celia Lovsky.

Arsenic and old Lace...I just watched this movie the other night with these three guys...

Just watched 'The Man Who Knew Too Much' (1934), which Lorre alone makes much the better of the two Hitchcock versions.

selvfølgelig var det mye overspilling i filmen, men storartet morro var det....

The Baroness and Mr. Moro, that's a couple I'd like to have seen at the movies

I loved Peter Lorre in "The Maltese Falcon."

Peter Lorre... unique in the industry...

Peter Lorre had the weirdest voice !!

PETER LORRE the legendary icon of the SEVENTH ART.One of the best dramatic actor movie. In Austria, he began his stage career in Vienna before moving to Germany where he had his breakthrough, first on the stage, then in film in Berlin in the late 1920s and early 1930s. PETER LORRE caused an international sensation in the German film M (1931), in which he portrayed a serial killer who preys on little girls. The eternal HANS BECKERT, ABBOTT, MR. MOTO, MONSIEU PIG, CAPTAIN CHANG, JOEL CAIRO, PEPI, SIGNOR UGARTE, FRITZ BERCOVY, SERGEANT BERGER, MARIUS, CORNELIUS LEYDEN, DR. HERMAN EINSTEIN, CONTRERAS, HILARY CUMMINS, KISMET, TOADY, JULIUS O'HARA, CONSEIL, JAPANESE STEWARD, BRANKOV, NERO, ABDUL, COMMODORE LUCIUS EMERY, AHMED, SKEETER, DR.ADOLPHUS BEDLO, FELIX GILLIE, MR STRANGDOUR and MORGAN HEYWOOD will always be reminded in classics as M, THE MAN WHO KNEW TOO MUCH, THINK FAST MR MOTO, STRANGE CARGO, THEY MET IN BOMBAY, THE MALTESE FALCON, ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT, CASABLANCA, THE CONSTANT NYMPH, THE CROSS OF LORRAINE, PASSAGE TO MARSEILLE, THE MASK OF DIMITRIOS, ARSENIC AND OLD LACE, CONFIDENTIAL AGENT, THE BEAST WITH FIVE FINGERS, MY FAVORITE BRUNETTE, ROPE OF SAND, BEAT THE DEVIL, 20.000 LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA, AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS, SILK STOCKINGS, THE BUSTER KEATON STORY, THE STORY OF MANKIND, THE SAD SACK, THE BIG CIRCUS, VOYAGE TO THE BOTTON OF THE SEA, FVE WEEKS IN A BALLOON, THE RAVEN, THE COMEDY OF TERRORS MUSCLE BEACH PARTY and THE PATSY. In February of 1960, PETER LORRE was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, at 6619 Hollywood Boulevard.

I was always a fan of Peter Lorre.

I love Arsenic and Old Lace, I want to see it again soo.

Eleanor Parker was a babe

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Sally Field, Yankton Hatten, and Gennie James in PLACES IN THE HEART ('84) ... See MoreSee Less

Sally Field, Yankton Hatten, and Gennie James in PLACES IN THE HEART (84)

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Watching now. Ben just mutilated the pronunciation of Waxahachie, Texas. We're friendly in Texas. We will forgive him. 🙂

Great Movie..I. Of the last movies i enjoyed with my Mom, who has since passed away. Making it a very special movie to me. She lived In Iowa during the depression and storms and said this was a very authentic depiction of that era

I love this movie! I took my mother to see it when it first hit the theaters; she loved it. She grew up on a farm in Alabama picking cotton with family members and hired field hands. I think this movie had a place in her heart,

I absolutely adore this film. Sally Field was amazing but really the film is as good as it is because of the entire cast. Danny Glover, John Malkovich, Ed Harris and Amy Madigan; all fantastic and the the children, Blossom & Henry, so good! I also love how this film captures the feeling and look of the Depression so well that it just pulls you right into the story. And the ending! What can I say. I cry every time at the sweet, sadness of the meaning.

Always a must-watch, while Sally is great it's really the Ed Harris and Amy Madigan story that's the most compelling to me. Overall an excellent evocation of a place and time.

One of my favorites, watched it again and will again and again. Not just Sally Field but Malkovich did a fantastic job. Love Ed and Amy acting together ...love this movie!!

Very good movie. Sally Field won best actress and proclaimed "you like me" in her acceptance speech. She was mocked for saying it but it was a spontaneous expression of joy said on live television. Nonetheless, her performance and John M. carried a moving story.

Loved this movie. I know when it came out there was controversy. Can't remember. It was a great movie and Sally is one of my all time favorites. Distantly we may be related

My husband has never seen this movie...we are watching it now together. I see familiar things in this movie of stories my grandmother in Texas use to tell us about when I was a kid.

I have watched this movie many times, love it! But could someone please explain the ending to me? I don't get why her husband is alive at the church?

Love this movie. I love the line where Sally's family is having Sunday dinner, and the father is filling Possum's plate, and drips gravy...and Possum says, "Right on my biscuit!" Hahaha. Always figured that was spontaneous, not a scripted line.

I remember my Grandma taking me and my cousin to go see this in theaters when I was a kid. I have never forgotten this movie !!!!!

She was a good actress until she opened her mouth on The View!

I had the great honor to see Sally Field on stage this past March. Wonderful!

Watching it now on tcm! I always loved this film! Sally Field in her best besides Norma Rea!

I'm so sick of seeing movies from the 1980's on Turner Classic Movies: TCM. This channel was created for classic movies from The Golden Age of Hollywood.

Just finished watching it. Great movie.Sally Fields wins an Oscar!

I watched it - good movie and Sally Field with the rest of the cast was so good!

Probably my all time favorite movie .... although Lillies of the Field with Sidney Portiet comes in very close.

Just watched again. Too bad this art of film making seems to be lost to blockbusters and sequels😐

I remember my parents renting a VCR for the weekend, and we took it to my grandparents to watch this movie. Good film!

Decidedly not a fan of Sally Field, but she was very good in this. A first-rate cast and story helped. It's a great film.

Love it! Soundtrack with the late Doc Watson is the best!!

I love Sally Field. The movie was awesome. All actors was great.

Great performance by all, especially Danny Glover and John Malkovich,.

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Hitchcock 50: Sign Up Today
Hitchcock 50, our FREE online course with Ball State University exploring the films of Alfred Hitchcock starts tomorrow! To join us for this interactive experience enroll now: myt.cm/Hitchcock50

Also don't miss our spotlight featuring 50 years of Hitchcock films every Wednesday and Friday in July.
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That was awful, who ever thought that a very bad Hitch imitation would be a good thing, should be taken behind the building and flogged.

That actor was supposed to be imitating Hitchcock?? He sounded more like Bill Murray from Caddyshack or Mike Myers playing Dr. Evil. No one can imitate Hitch except for maybe Rich Little...

This is one of my favorites silent film is "The Lodger" (1927), he was so marvelous actor. And he was a beautiful monster man, ever. Very good movie, ever. 😈😈😈

Looking forward to July and Hitchcock on TCM ! Seeing some of those films i have not seen for years because they went out of print on DVD, and didn't snap up the blu-rays fast enough Rebecca, Notorious, and Spellbound !!!

Yeahhhhhh hope you didn't pay that voiceover artist too much . First of all Hitch always took a deep breath in before he spoke , he habitually would talk down with his head lowered into his chest , he talked in very slow sentences and was a master of dramatic pausing . With practice watching 3 episodes of Alfred Hitchcock presents I could do that voice better. This guy phoned it in.

Cool. I'm going to have to check this class out. My grandfather, Robert Burks was the director of the cinematographer for Alfred Hitchcock.

Whenever I see a Hitchcock film I hadn't seen before, he still manages to surprise and impress me... he takes each nuance and every word and scene as though it was the most important of the film... that's outstanding filmmaking!

What an absolutely horrible Hitchcock imitation. I haven't done impersonations for decades, but I could do a better job when I'm half-crocked and recovering from strep throat. Please get in touch with me about re-cutting the script. I'll do it for free, but get that awful impersonation hidden away from the world, unless you really relish making compete jerks of yourselves...😖

Blanca Prado Valeria JimenezMaricarmen Parreño Contreras yo empiezo hoy, no se si todas pueden por la dirección IP y eso, pero capaz con una V.P.N

Absolutely loved his movies "Strangers on a train"! One of the best!!!

Horrible voiceover actor but I'll let it slide for this Hitchcock experience! 🎥🎞🙌🏾

Allyson this will supplement the class you just finished.

I am already signed up!! I did the Slapstick course a couple of months ago and it was great fun!

Does anyone registered for the online course know what time it starts June 26?

Very excited for July. Just signed up for the course. Looking forward to learning a great deal about the master.

This is an awful and disrespectful imitation--or attempted imitation – – of Hitchcock's voice. TCM should know better – – shame on you

Has anybody had a difficult time signing up? Ive signed up but I haven't received a confirmation email? How do we go about accessing the course? Thanks.

I signed up because the course is quality but the voiceover in the promo is horrible. Definitely not Hitchcock approved!

LOL... Ball State University, home the hateful liberal, David Letterman... Tell me what this site is headed for....

Why aren't you airing Champagne? It's the best of the Silent 9??

Kristin Westbrook, Wayne Westbrook-- Could be interesting. And from your alma mater, GF!

Liz Lowe Do you get TCM? If so, this might be something fun and it's free

Jenny Baird - did you see this? So wish I had access to TCM from England. Would be all over this!

I saw Rear Window the other night. Still good. I found Alfred's cameo in it for the first time.

Hitchcock on one of the late-night shows pointed out, that no matter where you go or what you do you are really not safe.

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Remembering June Lockhart on her birthday, here in T-MEN ('48) ... See MoreSee Less

Remembering June Lockhart on her birthday, here in T-MEN (48)

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How many people remember her Dad, Gene Lockhart, they appeared together in "A Christmas Carol" 1938 along with his wife and June's mother Kathleen as Mrs. Cratchit!

"Remembering" sounds as if she died. (And, of course, the lovely Ms Lockhart is very much alive, thank goodness!) :) Happy birthday to wonderful June Lockhart! If you grew up in the 60s, you probably wanted her to be your mom.

Happy Birthday June Lockhart. And I will be celebrating her birthday since she is still with us. She was good in She wolf of London and now I am going to watch it.

Loved her... and so did my daughter when she was a baby. Every morning, she would always stop her bottle and talk to the screen when Timmy's mom would show up as we watched Lassie. I don't know if it was her voice or what but it was the oddest thing.

Happy Birthday June Lockhart! I loved all of your work! Lassie,Lost In Space and the movies you were in! Thank you for all the years of entertainment!

Very good actress. Don't forget she was the mother in The Lassie series and Mrs Robinson in Lost in Space tv series among many other movies and tv shows. And her daughter Anne Lockhart, who looks like her mother is the 3rd generation of Lockharts.

Ms. Lockhart on Lassie and Lost in Space: two of the best TV moms ever.. Fav film role: Meet Me in St. Louis owning Judy at the Christmas dance, ever so sweetly.

NIce... Loved her in Meet Me in St. Louis. From an acting family. Beautiful and classy.

I loved June Lockhart in "A Christmas Carol" and "Meet Me in St. Louis!!"

Remembering? Should it be celebrating since she's still with us?

She is still alive, shouldn't it be we are celebrating her birthday.

she represents the best Hollywood had to offer...now there is no one like her anymore .

Happy Birthday, Lassie's mom, enjoy your birthday and avoid Robots (Lost in Space). 🎈🎁🎂

I named my son Timmy after her 1960's show Lassie. I was also born in June & my mom almost named me June 🎉❤️

Clifton Bittle how awesome! We called her during her birthday party last night! 💕

She's still alive. She's 92. Happy birthday, June.

Happy Birthday 🎂🌹💖 watched you all the time on Lassie you were Timmy's mother. Enjoy your big day. 🎁🎶

"Remembering June" implies that she's dead. June is still alive and well.

Loved her movies from A Christmas Carol to Meet Me In St. Louis and her as the mom in Lassie. Great actress.

As many films as her father was in, it was inevitable that she would join the profession as well....

What are you trying to tell me, Lassie? Timmy fell in the well?!

I remember her and her mother in the Scrooge" version with their dad/father, Gene Lockhart. Great movie!

does anyone remember her on "the weakest Link?" HAHAHA :D

I remember June on General Hospital, she played Felica's grandmother in the late 80's ~90's.

She's be a great TCMFF guest! All This and Heaven Too?

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