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Sunday, February 3, 2008


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Turner Classic Movies "31 Days of Oscar" is never to be missed.  The films are uncut and commercial free.  The series began on February 1st, and the film schedule for today is:

1:15 p.m. (CST) - "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers"
3:00 - "Gigi"
5:00 - "An American in Paris"
7:00 - "Sense and Sensibility"
9:30 - "Quiz Show"
11:45 - "Kundun"
215 - "The Wings of the Dove"

Here's Monday's schedule:

6:00 a.m. - "The Life of Emile Zola"
8:00 - "The Adventures of Mark Twain"
10:15 - "The Eddy Duchin Story"
12:30 - "The Joker is Wild"
2:45 - "Night and Day"
5:00 - "The Glenn Miller Story"
7:00 - "Wings"
9:30 - "Sunrise"
11:15 - "The Broadway Melody"
1:15 - "42nd Street"
3:00 - "A Nous La Liberte"

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