September 2, 2010

Peter Lorre on TV This Fall


The Turner Classic Movies channel has scheduled a number of Lorre films this September, October, November, and December – many old favorites, as well as some new movies. All times are Eastern Standard.

Peter Lorre's page on the TV Guide Channel website lists the Lorre films scheduled on various television channels over a 2-week period.

September, 2010

Sept. 3 (Fri.), 12:30 pm, TCM – They Met in Bombay (1941).

Sept. 6 (Mon), 9:30 pm, FLIX – The Patsy (1964).

Sept. 6 (Mon), 5:10 am, Cinemax – Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea (1961).

Sept. 9 (Thurs), 7:35 am, FLIX – The Patsy (1964).

Sept. 12 (Sun), 6 am, FLIX – The Patsy (1964).

Sept. 12 (Sun), 3:25 pm, FLIX – The Patsy (1964).

Sept. 17 (Fri), 8:10 am, FLIX – The Patsy (1964).

Sept. 25 (Sat), 4:50 pm, FLIX – The Patsy (1964).

October, 2010

October means horror films on TCM, and a couple Lorre movies are part of the Halloween weekend horror fest this month.

Oct. 4 (Mon.), 7:30 am, The Movie Channel – The Patsy (1964).

Oct. 8 (Fri.), 6 pm – Silk Stockings (1957).

Oct. 9 (Sat.), 6:40 am, The Movie Channel – The Patsy (1964).

Oct. 15 (Fri.), 10:30 am, The Movie Channel – The Patsy (1964).

Oct. 20 (Wed.), 11:45 am – Arsenic and Old Lace (1944).

Oct 20 (Wed.), 12:30 am – All Through the Night (1942). Lou Lumenick, film critic for the New York Post, has selected this film for TCM’s Critic’s Choice Night.

Oct. 21 (Thurs.), 8 am – Passage to Marseille (1944).

Oct. 26 (Tues.), 9:30 am, The Movie Channel – The Patsy (1964).

Oct. 30 (Sat.), 12:45 am – Mad Love (1935).

Oct. 31 (Sun.), 7 am, The Movie Channel – The Patsy (1964).

Oct. 31 (Sun), 1:30 pm – The Raven (1943).

November, 2010

Nov. 7 (Sun.), 2 am – M (1931). Peter Lorre's first sound film will be shown during an evening of films directed by Fritz Lang.

Nov. 10 (Wed.), 6 pm – Passage to Marseille (1944).

Nov. 13 (Sat.), 4:45 pm – Around the World in 80 Days (1956).

Nov. 23 (Tues.), 10:45 am – You’ll Find Out (1940).

Nov. 25 (Thurs.), 6:30 pm – My Favorite Brunette (1947).

Nov. 29 (Mon.), 9 pm – Casablanca (1942). Casablanca is one of several films tonight representing the 1940s during TCM's The History of Hollywood series in November.

Nov. 29 (Mon.), 4:30 am – Hollywood Canteen (1944).

December, 2010

Dec. 5 (Sun.), 6 pm – Casablanca (1942).

Dec. 9 (Thurs.), 6:30 pm – Quicksand (1950).

Dec. 31 (Fri.), 1:45 pm – Arsenic and Old Lace (1944).


These films and many other Lorre movies are now available on VHS and DVD – some remastered and packaged with extra features. For more information on the films of Peter Lorre released to home video, head to the DVD — VHS section of The Lost One website.

Happy viewing!

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