Award-winning screen version of John Steinbeck's story of sibling rivalry in 1917 California. Dean's first starring role!
Opening credits from director Carol Reed's production of Graham Greene's Our Man In Havana, (1960) starring Alec Guinness and Maureen O'Hara.
Madam Kate (Jo Van Fleet) sends hired-man Joe (Timothy Carey) out to intimidate Cal (James Dean), before she knows he's her son, in Elia Kazan's East of Eden, 1955, from John Steinbeck's novel.
A dying plantation owner tries to help his alcoholic son solve his problems in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1958) starring Paul Newman and Elizabeth Taylor.
A TCM Original Featurette in which Paul Newman pays tribute to Liz's talent and their working relationship on Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.
Ex-football-star Brick Pollitt (Paul Newman) hears voices as he attempts a drunken run at the high hurdles in the opening scene from Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, 1958, from the Tennessee Williams play.
A desperate Maggie 'the cat' (Elizabeth Taylor) tries to talk to her ex-football-star husband Brick (Paul Newman) in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, 1958, from the Tennessee Williams play.
The drunk and injured Brick (Paul Newman) rejects his wife Maggie (Elizabeth Taylor) in director Richard Brooks' Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, 1958, from the Tennessee Williams play.
White Dog -- A young actress takes in a white dog, unaware that it's been trained to attack black people on sight.
East of Eden -- Academy Award-winning film features the starring debut of movie idol and legend James Dean in this riveting drama revolving around two brothers' love for the same woman.
White Dog -- Keys is a trainer attempting to reprogram vicious dog who's been trained to attack and kill people with black skin.
A young actress takes in a white dog, unaware that it's been trained to attack black people on sight.
An ex-slave is given half-ownership of a farm following the Civil War. He can't find anyone to work for him until Native Americans help. Bigots try to shut him down.
Hayley Mills brings a joyful enthusiasm to this nostalgic, musical, and bighearted adventure in small-town living. When a close-knit Boston family loses their fortune, they find a wealth of family secrets, young love, and charming summer nights in Beulah, Maine. A good-natured postmaster, pretentious cousin Julia, and the mysterious absentee landlord, Mr. Hamilton, populate their new life in a charming old yellow house. Featuring an all-star supporting cast, including Burl Ives, Dorothy McGuire, and Deborah Walley, this classic and wondrous tale will delight the entire family.
A Boston family moves to a dilapidated cottage after losing their fortune.
Philly's finest, The legendary Roots Crew, create quite the stir during this live capture at The Mohawk in Austin Texas. Songs: Web, How I Got Over
At age 16, Kizzy is sold and bears her new master's son, who grows up to become fun-loving Chicken George. Yearning to see her parents, Kizzy is comforted by Samuel Bennett, but they are ill-matched.
Chicken George is sent to England as payment for his owner's gambling debt. Fourteen years later, he returns home a free man, a status that has a profound effect on the family begun by Kunta Kinte.
12-year-old Alex Haley (Christoff St. John) learns his family history from grandfather Will Palmer (Stan Shaw).
A businessman receives letters tying him to the mysterious death of a go-go dancer.
Heyes and Curry are hired to dispose of a very expensive bust of Caesar.
Guests - Sid Caesar, Bobby Darin, B.B. King
His name was Kunta Kinte. Kidnapped from Africa and enslaved in America in 1767, he refused to accept his slave name of Toby. Heirs kept his heroic defiance alive, whispering the name of Kunta Kinte from one generation to the next until it reached a young boy growing up in Tennessee. His name was Alex Haley. And he proclaimed Kunta Kinte's name to the world.
Alex Haley (JONES) is now a successful magazine writer; his latest assignment: an interview with Malcolm X. He later goes on to write The Autobiography of Malcolm X. After the black leader's assassination, Haley sets out to discover his own "roots" and launches a twelve-year search, which culminates with his visit to a small African village.
Tom Harvey's daughter, Cynthia (BANFIELD) falls in love with Will Palmer (SHAW) a railroad worker who soon lands a job at the lumber company. Tensions meanwhile mount in Henning as the white community seeks to strip the blacks of their rights. Will's friend Lee Garnet (MOSLEY) is lynched after accompanying Tom (BROWN) when he fails in his attempt to register to vote.
In 1776, a nation fights for freedom...but not for all. Kunta Kinte escapes again and is crippled by slave catchers. He marries, gains a daughter and loses his long-time friend Fiddler.
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