To celebrate the twentieth anniversary of Turner Classic Movies, host Ben Mankiewicz looks back on twenty memorable moments in the history of the cable network. The retrospective covers TCM's celebrated launch, with Ted Turner flipping a switch in Times Square and Robert Osborne introducing "Gone With the Wind" as the first film to be broadcast on the channel. The special also features highlights from TCM's original programming, including "Private Screenings" interviews with Mickey Rooney, Betty Hutton, and Liza Minnelli, "Guest Programmer" segments with Hugh Hefner, Cloris Leachman, Kermit the Frog, and TCM fans, and "The Essentials" discussions with Alec Baldwin. The first TCM Classic Film Festival was a milestone in TCM's history, leading to an annual tradition of memorable moments (interviews with stars like Luise Rainer and Kim Novak, a reunion of the cast of "Deliverance", etc.) and a variety of other fan experiences like the TCM Classic Cruise and the Classic Film Bus Tour. ...