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Turner Classic Movies is hosting a phenomenal series of early films
directed/produced/written by women.  The next installment of it is this
Thursday.

Here's the schedule.  All times are EASTERN daylight (U.S.).

Thursday, August 10
Films by Women Producers

8 p.m. CLEOPATRA (1912)–world television premiere/restoration

10 p.m. THE RED KIMONO (1925)–U.S. television premiere/restoration

12 a.m. MY BEST GIRL (1927)–U.S. television premiere/restoration

1:30 a.m. DADDY LONG LEGS (1919)–U.S. television premiere/restoration

3:30 a.m. BACK TO GOD’S COUNTRY (1919)–U.S. television premiere/restoration

5 a.m. SOMETHING NEW (1920)–U.S. television premiere/restoration


Thursday, August 17
Films by Women Directors/Silent

8 p.m. THE LOST GARDEN (1995)

9 p.m. THE OCEAN WAIF (1916)–U.S. television premiere

10 p.m. MATRIMONY’S SPEED LIMIT (1911)

10:15 p.m. A HOUSE DIVIDED (1913)

10:30 p.m. THE MAKING OF AN AMERICAN CITIZEN (1911)–U.S. television premiere

11 p.m. WHERE ARE MY CHILDREN? (1916)–world television premiere/restoration

12:10 a.m. THE HYPOCRITES (1914)

1 a.m. TOO WISE WIVES (1921)

2:30 a.m. HOW MEN PROPOSE (1913)

3 a.m. 49-17 (1917)–world television premiere/restoration

4:15 a.m. CAUGHT IN A CABARET (1914)

4:30 a.m. MABEL’S BUSY DAY (1914)

4:45 a.m. ELEANOR’S CATCH (1916)–world television premiere


Thursday, August 24
Films by Women Directors/Early Sound


8 p.m. THE WILD PARTY (1929)

9:30 p.m. CHRISTOPHER STRONG (1933)

11 p.m. THE BRIDE WORE RED (1937)

1 a.m. OUTRAGE (1950)

2:30 a.m. HARD, FAST AND BEAUTIFUL (1951)

4 a.m. THE HITCH-HIKER (1953)



Thursday, August 31
Women Writers


8 p.m. THE SCARLET LETTER (1926)–world television premiere/restoration

10 p.m. FROM THE MANGER TO THE CROSS (1912)–U.S. television premiere

11:30 p.m. THE WOMEN (1939)

2 a.m. FOUR DAUGHTERS (1938)

3:45 a.m. THE CONQUERING POWER (1921)

5:30 a.m. THE TORRENT (1925)

7 a.m. THE THREE WHO LOVED (1931)
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Jeremy Butler
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