Remembering Marjorie Main on her birthday, here in MEET ME IN ST. LOUIS ('44)
Rank the following Stanley Kubrick films by your order of 31 Days of Oscar preference:

LOLITA ('62)

Join us throughout the month for great films. Full schedule at [ Link ].
We're delighted to welcome Czar of Noir, Eddie Muller, to our network with Noir Alley. Don't miss him starting in March, Sunday, 10am ET.
Remembering directors Norman Taroug and Victor Fleming on their birthdays
Filmmaker Stanley Donen shot two versions of SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS ('54) - one in CinemaScope and another in standard aspect ratio. For those of you who've seen the wide screen version of the film, how does it compare to the standard for you?

We continue 31 Days of Oscar tonight. Check out the full month's schedule at [ Link ].
Remembering Robert Young on his birthday, here with Ann Sothern in LADY BE GOOD ('41)
โ€œPeople, even more than things, have to be restored, renewed, revived, reclaimed, and redeemed; never throw out anyone," Audrey Hepburn.

We'll spend tonight with an actress whose words always make us smile or move us to tears. Join us to watch Hepburn tonight and throughout the month. See the full 31 Days of Oscar schedule at [ Link ].
If you could guest program a classic film with us, which film would you select & why?

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Remembering Ann Sheridan on her birthday, here with Jack Benny in GEORGE WASHINGTON SLEPT HERE ('42)
Set Stories: During filming for THE RAZOR'S EDGE ('46), Tyrone Power fell for Gene Tierney. After the premiere, he shared with her his feelings. At the time, however, Tierney happened to be dating future President John Kennedy. Ever the gentleman, Power accepted Tierney's rejection.

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Remembering director Robert Atlman on his birthday, here on the set of MCCABE & MRS. MILLER ('71)
Sidney Poitier celebrates his 90th birthday today, here in LILIES OF THE FIELD ('63)
During filming for A PLACE IN THE SUN ('51), Elizabeth Taylor grew quite close to Montgomery Clift, and filmmaker George Stevens used their intimacy as friends in real life as rich foundation for character relationships in the film. In what scenes do you see Taylor's & Clift's closeness most?

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Remembering Lee Marvin, Merle Oberon, Cedric Hardwicke, and director John Frankenheimer on their birthdays
"You only say what's important, and you own the scene," Steve McQueen.

We'll spend 31 Days of Oscar tonight with a man who always owned a scene. Still lots of great films & stars this month. See all of them at [ Link ].
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Remembering Adolphe Menjou and Dane Clark on their birthdays
A Moment of Oscarsยฎ History: With his The Academy win for NETWORK ('76), screenwriter Paddy Chayefsky became the first to take home three awards for scripts he wrote by himself.

Watch with us tonight to hear the unforgettable monologues of NETWORK ('76), and check out the full 31 Days of Oscar schedule at [ Link ].
Joan Crawford is brilliant. To wit, the year Anne Bancroft earned her nomination as Best Actress for THE MIRACLE WORKER ('62), Bette Davis earned a nomination in the same category for WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO BABY JANE? ('62). Inspired to frustrate her nemesis, Crawford wrote to Davis' Best Actress competitors, including Bancroft, and volunteered to accept their awards on their behalf should they...
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What is your fondest memory of watching Lucille Ball? What do you love about her comedy?

Our sister network CNN will explore Ball's legacy tonight with #HistoryOfComedy. Celebrate the pioneering lady of laughs, 10pm ET/PT.