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Wednesday, April 18, 2007


Posted By on Wed, Apr 18, 2007 at 8:51 AM

TCM has a cool "Guest Programmer" series where it invites celebrities to appear on the pogram and screen and discuss some of their favorite classic films.  Screenwriter David Mamet ("The Untouchables", "Glengary Glen Ross") is the next guest programmer.  Beginning at 7:00 CST on May 22nd, Mamet will discuss four of his favorite classic films with Robert Osborne.  Mamet has chose "In Which We Serve" directed by Noel Coward, William Wellmen's "Island in the Sky," "The Killing" by Stanley Kubrick and the French crime thriller "Le Jour Se Leve."   



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