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Feel like staying in over Memorial Day weekend? Turner Classic Movies, a cable/satellite movie channel, has a movie marathon that will keep you glued to your seat and your DVR begging for mercy with 72 hours of great movies!
The marathon starts on Saturday, May 23, 2009 at 6am ET with 1939's Wings of the Navy, starring George Brent and Olivia de Havilland. Here is a list of movies they are planning to show:
- Wings of the Navy
- Air Force
- Task Force
- Flying Tigers
- Back to Bataan
- From Here to Eternity
- They Were Expendable
- A Walk in the Sun
- The Fighting Sullivans
- Objective, Burma!
- The Story of G.I. Joe
- Destination Tokyo
- Submarine Command
- We Dive at Dawn
- Operation Crossbow
- Where Eagles Dare
- The Bridge on the River Kwai
- Above and Beyond
- The Dam Busters
- A Sailor-Made Man
- Shoulder Arms
- Ballad of a Soldier
- The Fighting Seabees
- Action in the North Atlantic
- Hell is for Heroes
- Men of the Fighting Lady
- The Devil's Brigade
- The Dirty Dozen
- Kelly's Heroes
- Sergeant York
- The Dawn Patrol (1938)
- The Fighting 69th
- The Big Parade
- The Lost Patrol
For the full schedule and for details about each movie in the marathon, check out the Read link below.
Source: Turner Classic Movies web site
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