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Kim Novak on TCM: Jeanne Eagels, Picnic, Pal Joey

1 September 2010 2:47 PM, PDT | Alt Film Guide | See recent Alt Film Guide news »

  "Summer Under the Stars" is over, but Kim Novak is the "star of tonight" on Turner Classic Movies. Five Novak vehicles released at the height of her stardom will be presented this evening: Joshua Logan‘s Oscar-nominated Picnic (1955), starring William Holden; Delbert Mann‘s drama Middle of the Night (1958), with Fredric March; Richard Quine‘s The Notorious Landlady (1962), with Fred Astaire and Jack Lemmon; and two directed by George Sidney: the fictionalized biopic Jeanne Eagels (1957), with Jeff Chandler, and the musical Pal Joey (1957), with Frank Sinatra and Rita Hayworth. Based on William Inge‘s play, Picnic is worth watching again (and again). I don’t think it’s a great movie — Joshua Logan’s direction makes some of the action/acting too stylized — but the underlying psychology, the social commentary, James Wong Howe‘s camera work, and Rosalind Russell are all fascinating. Some consider Middle of the Night one »

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