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July - September 2008 TV Stooges
« on: June 29, 2008, 02:04:28 AM »
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  • Note: Three of July's TCM Stooge-related films are coming up in just a few days, July 2 (see below for details).

    2nd note: July 21 6AM EDT, TCM is showing THE GOOD HUMOR MAN (1950), with Emil Sitka in a supporting role. Last year, Saxon Sitka cover-storied this appearance in issue # 20 of his father's tribute magazine, The Fourth Stooge.


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    TURNER CLASSIC MOVIES

    July
    THE CASINO MURDER CASE (1935)  Ted Healy costars
    7/9  3:30AM
    HOLLYWOOD HOTEL (1938)  Ted Healy costars
    7/2  8PM
    MY SISTER EILEEN (1942)  Moe, Larry & Curly cameo
    7/2  12:30AM
    RECKLESS (1935)  Ted Healy costars
    7/2  5:30AM
    Misc. Laurel & Hardy films *
    7/20, 7/28 and 7/30
    THE GOOD HUMOR MAN (1950)  Emil Sitka costars
    7/21  6AM

    August
    MAD LOVE (1935)  Ted Healy costars
    8/13  8PM
    SAN FRANCISCO (1936)  Ted Healy costars
    8/31  6AM
    Laurel & Hardy 24-hour marathon *
    8/23 6AM thru 8/24 6AM
    Charlie Chaplin 24-hour marathon **
    8/2 6AM thru 8/3 6AM

    September
    HOLLYWOOD MY HOME TOWN (1965)  Moe, Larry & Curly appearance (1945 newsreel footage)
    9/10  7PM

    October
    MAD LOVE (1935)  Ted Healy costars
    10/30  6:15AM
    THE THREE STOOGES GO AROUND THE WORLD IN A DAZE (1963)
    10/18  8AM


    ENCORE WESTERN CHANNEL

    August
    THE GENE AUTRY SHOW: The Million Dollar Fiddle (1955)  Joe Besser guest stars
    8/11  6AM, 4PM


    ENCORE RETROPLEX

    July
    IT'S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD (1963)  Moe, Larry & Curly Joe cameo
    7/12  8PM
    7/13  9:40AM

    August
    IT'S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD (1963)  Moe, Larry & Curly Joe cameo
    8/6  11:20AM, 11:35PM
    8/10  9:35AM, 10:40PM
    8/18  12:20PM
    8/22  8PM
    8/26  1:10PM, 9:50PM


    FOX MOVIE CHANNEL

    July
    THE ROOKIE (1959)  Joe Besser guest appearance
    7/7  9AM

    August
    THE ROOKIE (1959)  Joe Besser guest appearance
    8/15  10:30AM


    SPIKE TV

    July
    SPOOK LOUDER (1943)
    7/13  3:30AM
    SAPPY BULL FIGHTERS (1959)
    7/19  9AM

    August
    THE SITTER DOWNERS (1937)
    8/2  3:30AM


    * TCM's Laurel & Hardy (and related) schedule:

    July 20 9PM
    THE MUSIC BOX (1932)

    July 20 11:15PM
    ROUGH SEAS (1931)  Starring Charley Chase & Thelma Todd

    July 28 4:15PM
    THE FIGHTING KENTUCKIAN (1949)  Starring John Wayne & Oliver Hardy

    July 30 12PM
    PACK UP YOUR TROUBLES (1932)

    August 4 6AM
    HOLLYWOOD REVUE OF 1929 (1929)

    August 23, beginning at 6AM
    NIGHT OWLS (1930)
    BLOTTO (1930)
    BRATS (1930)
    HOG WILD (1930)
    BE BIG! (1931)
    LAUGHING GRAVY (1931)
    OUR WIFE (1931)
    PARDON US (1931)
    ONE GOOD TURN (1931)
    BEAU HUNKS (1931)
    HELPMATES (1932)
    BONNIE SCOTLAND (1932)
    THE FIXER UPPERS (1935)
    THEM THAR HILLS (1934)
    TIT FOR TAT (1935)
    THE LIVE GHOST (1934)
    THE DEVIL'S BROTHER (1933)
    ME AND MY PAL (1933)
    THEIR FIRST MISTAKE (1932)
    PACK UP YOUR TROUBLES (1932)
    SCRAM! (1932)
    COUNTY HOSPITAL (1932)
    THE CHIMP (1932)
    THE MUSIC BOX (1932)
    SONS OF THE DESERT (1933)
    WAY OUT WEST (1938)
    SWISS MISS (1938)

    August 24, beginning at 12:15AM
    BLOCK-HEADS (1938)
    THE FLYING DEUCES (1939)
    A CHUMP AT OXFORD (1939)
    SAPS AT SEA (1940)
    AIR RAID WARDENS (1943)


    ** TCM's Charlie Chaplin schedule:

    August 2, beginning at 6AM
    THE KNOCKOUT (1914)
    THE ROUNDERS (1914)
    A DOG'S LIFE (1918)
    SHOULDER ARMS (1918)
    SUNNYSIDE (1919)
    A DAY'S PLEASURE (1919)
    THE KID (1921)
    THE IDLE CLASS (1921)
    PAY DAY (1922)
    THE PILGRIM (1923)
    A WOMAN OF PARIS (1923)
    THE GOLD RUSH (1925)
    THE CIRCUS (1928)
    CITY LIGHTS (1931)
    CHARLIE: THE LIFE AND ART OF CHARLES CHAPLIN (2003)
    MODERN TIMES (1936)
    THE GREAT DICTATOR (1940)
    MONSIEUR VERDOUX (1947)

    August 3, beginning at 2AM
    LIMELIGHT (1952)
    A KING IN NEW YORK (1957)

    « Last Edit: July 29, 2008, 09:22:06 AM by BeAStooge »

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    Re: July - September 2008 TV Stooges
    « Reply #1 on: July 23, 2008, 03:11:30 PM »
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  • Can someone tell me why SpikeTV whom I'm told owns the short films, refuses to broadcast them?

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    Re: July - September 2008 TV Stooges
    « Reply #2 on: July 23, 2008, 03:22:43 PM »
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  • They still do broadcast them, but they only do it once in a blue moon now. I'm not surprised as people are probably not watching them due to the insane commercial interruptions.



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    Re: July - September 2008 TV Stooges
    « Reply #3 on: July 23, 2008, 05:33:21 PM »
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  • Can someone tell me why SpikeTV whom I'm told owns the short films, refuses to broadcast them?

    By no means does Spike own the shorts!

    The shorts are owned by Sony.
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    Re: July - September 2008 TV Stooges
    « Reply #4 on: July 23, 2008, 05:41:18 PM »
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  • He probably meant that SpikeTV has the syndication rights to broadcast the stooges.




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    Re: July - September 2008 TV Stooges
    « Reply #5 on: July 23, 2008, 11:21:09 PM »
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  • Spike is too busy running CSI 24 hours a day and that crappy show Factory to air the Stooges.

    I wish TCM would get a hold of them..
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    Re: July - September 2008 TV Stooges
    « Reply #6 on: July 24, 2008, 07:29:34 AM »
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  • Spike is too busy running CSI 24 hours a day and that crappy show Factory to air the Stooges.

    I wish TCM would get a hold of them..

    Yeah, I know. It seems like everytime I tune into SpikeTV, CSI is always on. There's like a CSI marathon every weekend.


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    Re: July - September 2008 TV Stooges
    « Reply #7 on: July 24, 2008, 08:42:03 AM »
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  • How can we get our voice heard over there?  I need some comic relief !

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    Re: July - September 2008 TV Stooges
    « Reply #8 on: July 24, 2008, 09:12:33 AM »
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  • He probably meant that SpikeTV has the syndication rights to broadcast the stooges.


    Yeah....that could be true.
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    Re: July - September 2008 TV Stooges
    « Reply #9 on: July 24, 2008, 07:44:21 PM »
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  • Yeah, I know. It seems like everytime I tune into SpikeTV, CSI is always on. There's like a CSI marathon every weekend.



    Yeah, it shouldn't be called Spike TV, it should be the CSI Network!  I don't even like CSI.  Spike TV used to be cool.  They would air James Bond Movies, The Three Stooges (every morning) and Most Extreme Elimination Challenge (MXC).  Those were great!  I don't know who the programming director is at Spike, but they need to take another look at their schedule.  It's kinda like back when USA used to air that show "Wings" about 9 or 10 times a day. 

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    Re: July - September 2008 TV Stooges
    « Reply #10 on: July 24, 2008, 09:49:25 PM »
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  • Unbelievable.  Not only does Spike refuse to commonly broadcast the Stooges, but now they have acquired Unsolved Mysteries, and plan to "refurbish" the show. What a joke. Two of my favorite things to watch and Spike is pouring cold water on them.

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    Re: July - September 2008 TV Stooges
    « Reply #11 on: July 25, 2008, 05:56:58 AM »
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  • Yeah, I know.  Spike was supposed to be a network for men.  But now, they don't know who they're for.  Kinda weird.  Just like every other cable channel, they eventually cancel all the good shows and air nothing but garbage.  Why, I remember when Comedy Central used to air stuff like Laurel & Hardy.  You'll never see that on that channel again.  Or how about all the classic cartoons that used to be on the Cartoon Network?  Gone, gone gone.  They only air those newer, stupider cartoons.  I don't understand this logic.  The only channel that has remained true to form is TCM.  Even MTV no longer has music.  Should it be called just TV?

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    Re: July - September 2008 TV Stooges
    « Reply #12 on: July 27, 2008, 02:34:13 AM »
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  • Why, I remember when Comedy Central used to air stuff like Laurel & Hardy.  You'll never see that on that channel again. 

    Wow, really??   :o  Damn, when was that?
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    Re: July - September 2008 TV Stooges
    « Reply #13 on: July 27, 2008, 06:13:19 AM »
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  • In the early 90s. They aired the syndicated Laurel & Hardy Show up until 1993. They showed the colorized prints.
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    Re: July - September 2008 TV Stooges
    « Reply #14 on: July 27, 2008, 09:51:08 AM »
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  • Yeah, I know.  Spike was supposed to be a network for men.  But now, they don't know who they're for.  Kinda weird.  Just like every other cable channel, they eventually cancel all the good shows and air nothing but garbage.  Why, I remember when Comedy Central used to air stuff like Laurel & Hardy.  You'll never see that on that channel again.  Or how about all the classic cartoons that used to be on the Cartoon Network?  Gone, gone gone.  They only air those newer, stupider cartoons.  I don't understand this logic.  The only channel that has remained true to form is TCM.  Even MTV no longer has music.  Should it be called just TV?

    I normally do not send complaint letters to cable networks, but after 3 years of bitching to everybody about how the History Channel has turned to crap reality TV, I finally broke down and wrote a short and sweet letter to them last week. I think back to around 2000, when I first got digital cable. There were SO many channels I loved to watch, and now they are just awful. I loved to watch VH1 Classic; they showed old videos from the 60s-80s, with no commercials. Now that channel rarely shows videos, shows crappy movies, and commercials. The Game Show Network has their own crappy new shows to promote, and do not show the classic TV Shows they once did.

    I mentioned in that letter to the History Channel that I have a BA in History, and I never remember studying Truckers and guys in Alaska or lumberjacks. What happened to Documentaries about WWII or the history of anything?

    Remember when AMC used to NOT show commercials? Remember when they showed good movies? Hell, I think I remember it being a pay channel in the mid-80s.  I cannot complain about TCM; still no commercials, great programming, great philosophy, and Ted Turner doesn't even own it anymore! I am wating for the axe to fall with them.....

    OK....I feel better now.
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    Re: July - September 2008 TV Stooges
    « Reply #15 on: July 27, 2008, 10:55:44 AM »
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  • I normally do not send complaint letters to cable networks, but after 3 years of bitching to everybody about how the History Channel has turned to crap reality TV, I finally broke down and wrote a short and sweet letter to them last week. I think back to around 2000, when I first got digital cable. There were SO many channels I loved to watch, and now they are just awful. I loved to watch VH1 Classic; they showed old videos from the 60s-80s, with no commercials. Now that channel rarely shows videos, shows crappy movies, and commercials. The Game Show Network has their own crappy new shows to promote, and do not show the classic TV Shows they once did.

    I mentioned in that letter to the History Channel that I have a BA in History, and I never remember studying Truckers and guys in Alaska or lumberjacks. What happened to Documentaries about WWII or the history of anything?

    Remember when AMC used to NOT show commercials? Remember when they showed good movies? Hell, I think I remember it being a pay channel in the mid-80s.  I cannot complain about TCM; still no commercials, great programming, great philosophy, and Ted Turner doesn't even own it anymore! I am wating for the axe to fall with them.....

    OK....I feel better now.


    Oh wow! If we still had the Karma system, I would have applauded you ten times for saying what you said. I absolutely agree with you. I used to love VH1 Classic. They used to show a lot of great videos that I like, especially 80's videos which are my favorite. Now, whenever I tune in, it's all crap. No more videos. And the only thing I watch in Game Show Network is "Family Feud." Once in a blue moon, I do watch Millionaire, but that's basically it. And ever since AMC started showing commercials, I stopped watching that channel. I don't know why they started doing that. I just hope TCM doesn't do that.


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    Re: July - September 2008 TV Stooges
    « Reply #16 on: July 27, 2008, 11:04:42 AM »
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  • Maybe what we need to do is send positive letters to TCM, applauding them for what they're doing.  And let them know that they are definitely the best cable channel.  At least one channel that is still good and sticks to its roots.

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    Re: July - September 2008 TV Stooges
    « Reply #17 on: July 27, 2008, 06:47:48 PM »
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  • Maybe what we need to do is send positive letters to TCM, applauding them for what they're doing.  And let them know that they are definitely the best cable channel.  At least one channel that is still good and sticks to its roots.

    An excellent idea!!!!
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    Re: July - September 2008 TV Stooges
    « Reply #18 on: July 27, 2008, 07:56:29 PM »
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  • The only cable channels I watch nowadays are USA, TCM, and FX. I watch TBS for Seinfeld and Raymond, but that's it.
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