A Screen Legend Passes Away
Tony Curtis died Wednesday night at his Las Vegas home at the age of 85, and Turner Classic Movies was quick with its plans to honor the star. The cable-movie station announced plans for a 24-hour marathon of Curtis' movies starting at 5 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 10.
The following is a complete schedule for TCM's Sunday, Oct. 10, tribute to Curtis.
All times shown are Central:
•5 a.m. Beachhead (1954) - with Frank Lovejoy and Mary Murphy
•6:45 a.m. Kings Go Forth (1958) - with Frank Sinatra and Natalie Wood
•8:45 a.m. The Vikings (1958) - with Kirk Douglas, Ernest Borgnine and Janet Leigh
•10:45 a.m. Operation Petticoat (1959) - with Cary Grant and Dina Merrill
•1 p.m. Who Was That Lady? (1960) - with Janet Leigh and Dean Martin
•3:15 p.m. Sex and the Single Girl (1964) - with Natalie Wood, Lauren Bacall and Henry Fonda
•5:15 p.m. You Can't Win 'Em All (1970) - with Charles Bronson and Michèle Mercier
•7 p.m. Sweet Smell of Success (1957) - with Burt Lancaster and Martin Milner
•8:45 p.m. The Defiant Ones (1958) - with Sidney Poitier and Theodore Bikel
•10:30 p.m. Trapeze (1956) - with Burt Lancaster and Gina Lollobrigida
•12:30 a.m. The Great Race (1965) - with Jack Lemmon and Natalie Wood
•3:15 a.m. Don't Make Waves (1967) -with Claudia Cardinale and Sharon Tate