Turner Classic Movies will be dedicating a 24-hour block of programming to the films of Paul Newman this Sunday, starting at 6am. Newman passed away September 26th at the age of 83.
The lineup, see below, is an incredible sampling of Newman’s best roles, his work with directors like Alfred Hitchcock (Torn Curtain) and Otto Preminger (Exodus) as well as his own directorial debut (Rachel, Rachel).
6 am- The Rack (1956)
8 am- Until They Sail (1957)
10 am- Torn Curtain (1966)
12:15 pm- Exodus (1960)
3:45pm- Sweet Bird Of Youth (1962)
6pm- Hud (1963)
8pm- Somebody Up There Likes Me (1958)
10pm- Cool Hand Luke (1967)
12:15am- Cat On A Hot Tin Roof (1958)
2:15am- Rachel, Rachel (1968)
4am- The Outrage (1964)