2020 TCM Summer Under the Stars – Live Tweet Schedule #4

@CoupleClassic Live-tweet: It Happened One Night at 8 PM

As TCM’s Summer Under the Stars programming winds down, we enjoyed some more impromptu live-tweeting. We simply could not ignore Claudette Colbert and Paul Henreid, actors who starred in some of the most beloved films of all time.

It Happened One Night (1934) was the first film to win every major Academy Award, including Best Actress for Colbert. To us, it is a perfect film.

Now Voyager (1942) is knows for its iconic moments. Thee scene in which Henried ┬áplaces two cigarettes in his mouth, lights them and then passes one to Bette Davis is one of the most memorable in film history. Davis’ line “Oh, Jerry, don’t let’s ask for the moon. We have the stars.” was voted as the #46 movie quote out of 100 by the American Film Institute.

@CoupleClassic Live-tweet Schedule: Now Voyager at 8 PM

Both must-see films and #TCMParty worthy.

We’re wistful as August and TCM’s Summer Under The Stars comes to a close. But most asurredly we’ll see you next year!

 

Kami Spangenberg

About Kami Spangenberg

Kami Spangenberg is one-half of Classic Couple. She loves classic movies and shares that passion with others as a film blogger and as lead curriculum developer at Classic Couple Academy. While it's hard to play favorites, films topping her all-time, must-see list are: It Happened One Night, Ball of Fire, His Girl Friday, Libeled Lady, My Sister Eileen, The Philadelphia Story, The Thin Man, The Shop Around the Corner and The Way We Were. Oh, and The Outlaw Josey Wales. She has attended the TCM Classic Film Festival six times in LA as well as the 2020 TCM Festival Special Home Edition from her couch. She is honored to have her writing featured from time to time on TheFilmDetective.com. She also contributes content to IMDb.com to raise awareness of classic movies.

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