Turner Classic Movies Presents Leonard Maltins Classic Movie Guide: From the Silent Era Through 1965: Third Edition by Leonard Maltin (4 star ratings)The definitive guide to classic films from one of Americas most trusted film critics
Thanks to Netflix and cable television, classic films are more accessible than ever. Now co-branded with Turner Classic Movies, Leonard Maltin’s Classic Movie Guide covers films from Hollywood and around the world, from the silent era through 1965, and from The Maltese Falcon to Singin’ in the Rain and Godzilla, King of the Monsters!
Thoroughly revised and updated, and featuring expanded indexes, a list of Maltin’s personal recommendations, and more than two hundred new entries—including many offbeat and obscure films—this new edition is a must-have companion for every movie lover.
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Historically, the channel's programming consisted mainly of classic theatrically released feature films from the Turner Entertainment film library — which comprises films from Warner Bros. Concerns over Turner Entertainment 's corporate debt load resulted in Turner selling the studio that October back to Kirk Kerkorian , from whom Turner had purchased the studio less than a year before. The film library of Turner Entertainment would serve as the base form of programming for TCM upon the network's launch. Before the creation of Turner Classic Movies, films from Turner's library of movies aired on the Turner Broadcasting System 's advertiser-supported cable network TNT — along with colorized versions of black-and-white classics such as The Maltese Falcon. The first movie broadcast on TCM was the film Gone with the Wind , the same film that served as the debut broadcast of its sister channel TNT six years earlier in October