2020 TCM Big Screen Classics Schedule

The TCM Big Screen Classics – Fathom Events Schedule for 2020 follows. Excited to revisit these films in the year ahead.

An American in Paris (1951) from Warner Bros.
Sunday, January 19, and Wednesday, January 22

Love Story (1970) – 50th Anniversary from Paramount Pictures
Sunday, February 9, and Wednesday, February 12

The Color Purple (1985) – 35th Anniversary from Warner Bros. 
Sunday, February 23

King Kong (1933) from Warner Bros.
Sunday, March 15

A League of Their Own (1992) from Sony Pictures Entertainment
Sunday, April 26; Monday, April 27; and Wednesday, April 29

Airplane! (1980) – 40th Anniversary from Paramount Pictures
Sunday, May 17, and Wednesday, May 20

Annie (1982) from Sony Pictures Entertainment
Sunday, June 14, and Wednesday, June 17

The Blues Brothers (1980) – 40th Anniversary from Universal Pictures
Sunday, June 28, and Wednesday, July 1

Ghost (1990) – 30th Anniversary from Paramount Pictures
Sunday, July 19, and Wednesday, July 22 

Babe (1995) – 25th Anniversary from Universal Pictures
Sunday, August 9, and Wednesday, August 12

Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977) from Sony Pictures Entertainment
Sunday, September 13; Monday, September 14; and Thursday, September 17 

Psycho (1960) – 60th Anniversary from Universal Pictures
Sunday, October 11, and Monday, October 12 

One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (1975) – 45th Anniversary from The Saul Zaentz Company
Sunday, November 8, and Monday, November 9

Fiddler on the Roof (1971) from MGM & Park Circus
Sunday, December 13, and Monday, December 14 

4 thoughts on “2020 TCM Big Screen Classics Schedule

  1. What’s the deal with “Color Purple” and “King Kong” only showing on Sunday?? (I DON’T like it only being on this day!!)

    1. Completely understand your enthusiasm for these two films. TCM and Fathom Events have been known to add showings when the turnout is excellent. Perhaps if these films are well attended, that could be the case for The Color Purple and King Kong. Encourage your friends to attend.

  2. I enjoyed the Big Screen Classics I saw during 2019, and I’m looking forward to seeing more great films in 2020.

    If I am correct, 2020 is the 25th anniversary of one of my favorite films—Apollo 13. It’s also the 50th anniversary of the actual event.

    Do you think there is a possibility that Apollo 13 might be added to the schedule??

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