History YMMV / TurnerClassicMovies

29th Jun '16 11:17:40 AM Mdumas43073
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** As of the December 2014 launch of the program ''Treasures from the Disney Vault'', which features WesternAnimation/ClassicDisneyShorts and more obscure titles from the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon -- i.e. ''Disney/TheAdventuresOfIchabodAndMrToad'' -- it looks like they've begun to bust out of the ghetto...

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** As of With the December 2014 launch of the program ''Treasures from the Disney Vault'', which features WesternAnimation/ClassicDisneyShorts and more obscure titles from the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon -- i.e. ''Disney/TheAdventuresOfIchabodAndMrToad'' -- it looks like they've begun to bust out of the ghetto...
29th Jun '16 11:17:15 AM Mdumas43073
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** As of the December 2014 launch of the program ''Treasures from the Disney Vault'', which will feature WesternAnimation/ClassicDisneyShorts and more obscure titles from the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon -- i.e. ''Disney/TheAdventuresOfIchabodAndMrToad'' -- it looks like they're ready to bust out of the ghetto...

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** As of the December 2014 launch of the program ''Treasures from the Disney Vault'', which will feature features WesternAnimation/ClassicDisneyShorts and more obscure titles from the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon -- i.e. ''Disney/TheAdventuresOfIchabodAndMrToad'' -- it looks like they're ready they've begun to bust out of the ghetto...
29th Jun '16 11:16:32 AM Mdumas43073
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* AnimationAgeGhetto: Zig-zagged. While they haven't shown animation on a ''regular'' basis since the cancellation of the TurnOfTheMillennium weekly series ''Cartoon Alley'' (which featured shorts from UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation, mostly MGM and Warner Bros. output) and the choice around the same time to stop using old MGM shorts as interstitial content, the network isn't afraid to occasionally give the medium the kind of attention and respect it lavishes on live-action films -- focusing on underexposed/underappreciated works to boot. (Also, with regard to animated features, bear in mind that the pool TCM has to draw from is rather small, as Disney -- which until TheSeventies was the only studio consistently making them -- keeps its films on its own channels.) Examples:

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* AnimationAgeGhetto: Zig-zagged. While they haven't shown animation on a ''regular'' basis since the cancellation of the TurnOfTheMillennium weekly series ''Cartoon Alley'' (which featured shorts from UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation, mostly MGM and Warner Bros. output) and the choice decision around the same time to stop using old MGM shorts cartoons as interstitial content, the network isn't afraid to occasionally give the medium the kind of attention and respect it lavishes on live-action films -- focusing on underexposed/underappreciated works to boot. (Also, with regard to animated features, bear in mind that the pool TCM has to draw from is rather small, as Disney -- which until TheSeventies was the only studio consistently making them -- keeps its films on its own channels.) Examples:



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16th Feb '16 11:27:06 AM CrystalGlacia
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** October 2014 had a "Back to the Drawing Board" animation marathon, highlighting some of the most important animated cartoons from TheSilentAgeOfAnimation, including the works of WinsorMcCay and the [[BrayStudios J.R. Bray Studio]], and even the work of obscure studios like [[Creator/VanBeurenStudios Van Beuren.]] (Though like the Popeye incident above, the Van Beuren shorts were accidentally replaced with a repeat of the Winsor [=McCay=] program; the Van Beuren block was rescheduled and aired on December 7th.)

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** October 2014 had a "Back to the Drawing Board" animation marathon, highlighting some of the most important animated cartoons from TheSilentAgeOfAnimation, UsefulNotes/TheSilentAgeOfAnimation, including the works of WinsorMcCay and the [[BrayStudios J.R. Bray Studio]], and even the work of obscure studios like [[Creator/VanBeurenStudios Van Beuren.]] (Though like the Popeye incident above, the Van Beuren shorts were accidentally replaced with a repeat of the Winsor [=McCay=] program; the Van Beuren block was rescheduled and aired on December 7th.)
7th Feb '16 4:03:37 PM nombretomado
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* AnimationAgeGhetto: Zig-zagged. While they haven't shown animation on a ''regular'' basis since the cancellation of the TurnOfTheMillennium weekly series ''Cartoon Alley'' (which featured shorts from TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation, mostly MGM and Warner Bros. output) and the choice around the same time to stop using old MGM shorts as interstitial content, the network isn't afraid to occasionally give the medium the kind of attention and respect it lavishes on live-action films -- focusing on underexposed/underappreciated works to boot. (Also, with regard to animated features, bear in mind that the pool TCM has to draw from is rather small, as Disney -- which until TheSeventies was the only studio consistently making them -- keeps its films on its own channels.) Examples:

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* AnimationAgeGhetto: Zig-zagged. While they haven't shown animation on a ''regular'' basis since the cancellation of the TurnOfTheMillennium weekly series ''Cartoon Alley'' (which featured shorts from TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation, UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation, mostly MGM and Warner Bros. output) and the choice around the same time to stop using old MGM shorts as interstitial content, the network isn't afraid to occasionally give the medium the kind of attention and respect it lavishes on live-action films -- focusing on underexposed/underappreciated works to boot. (Also, with regard to animated features, bear in mind that the pool TCM has to draw from is rather small, as Disney -- which until TheSeventies was the only studio consistently making them -- keeps its films on its own channels.) Examples:
15th Nov '15 12:17:18 PM Mario500
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** May 2011 showed ''[[WesternAnimation/{{HeavyMetal}} Heavy Metal]]'' in late night, of all things.

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** May 2011 They showed ''[[WesternAnimation/{{HeavyMetal}} Heavy Metal]]'' in late night, of all things.things during a late-night period in May 2011.
1st Feb '15 12:28:30 PM Sapphirea2
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** October 2014 had a "Back to the Drawing Board" animation marathon, highlighting some of the most important animated cartoons from TheSilentAgeOfAnimation, including the works of WinsorMcCay and the [[BrayStudios J.R. Bray Studio]], and even the work of obscure studios like [[Creator/VanBeurenStudios Van Beuren.]] (Though like the Popeye incident above, the Van Beuren shorts were accidentally replaced with a repeat of the Winsor [=McCay=] program, and is now scheduled to air on December 7th.)
** Most obscure of all, occasionally in the off hours (late, late night or morning) they've aired ''Magic Boy'' -- MGM's English dub of the 1959 anime feature ''Shonen Sarutobi Sasuke'' -- in widescreen, years before it received a home media release (through Warner Archive) in this country. Why? Why not?

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** October 2014 had a "Back to the Drawing Board" animation marathon, highlighting some of the most important animated cartoons from TheSilentAgeOfAnimation, including the works of WinsorMcCay and the [[BrayStudios J.R. Bray Studio]], and even the work of obscure studios like [[Creator/VanBeurenStudios Van Beuren.]] (Though like the Popeye incident above, the Van Beuren shorts were accidentally replaced with a repeat of the Winsor [=McCay=] program, program; the Van Beuren block was rescheduled and is now scheduled to air aired on December 7th.)
** Most obscure of all, occasionally Occasionally in the off hours (late, late night or morning) they've aired ''Magic Boy'' -- MGM's English dub of the 1959 anime feature ''Shonen Sarutobi Sasuke'' -- in widescreen, starting years before it received a home media release (through Warner Archive) in this country. Why? Why not?North America.



** In February 2015, the after-hours TCM Underground block is airing ''WesternAnimation/TwiceUponATime'' -- the first public airing for this KeepCirculatingTheTapes victim since 1999.

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** In February 2015, the after-hours TCM Underground block is aired ''WesternAnimation/TwiceUponATime''.
* CultClassic: TCM Underground, which has been
airing ''WesternAnimation/TwiceUponATime'' -- the first public airing for this KeepCirculatingTheTapes victim late Saturday nights/early Sunday mornings since 1999.2004 (though it, like other blocks, takes a break in February for the 31 Days of Oscar marathon to run), is a programming block that focuses on movies of this stripe. {{Exploitation Film}}s, {{Blaxploitation}} films, all kinds of horror films, {{Unintentional Period Piece}}s, SoBadItsGood movies, and just plain quirky movies all have a place here. Even the interstitial programming in the block consists of vintage shorts that would make the Podcast/{{Rifftrax}} gang smile. '''Very''' likely to run films that otherwise fall under KeepCirculatingTheTapes.
24th Jan '15 5:26:01 AM Sapphirea2
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** On October 21, 2012, they ran a night of animated features and shorts, showing ''WesternAnimation/GulliversTravels'' and ''Film/MrBugGoesToTown'' (using the UCLA restorations of both), an hour of UPA shorts (they also backed a DVD compilation of such that year), an hour of silent shorts and ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfPrinceAchmed'' (the last usually turns up in the schedule at least once a year, in fact).

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** On October 21, 2012, they ran a night of animated features and shorts, showing ''WesternAnimation/GulliversTravels'' and ''Film/MrBugGoesToTown'' (using the UCLA restorations of both), an hour of UPA shorts (they also backed a DVD compilation of such that year), an hour of silent shorts and ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfPrinceAchmed'' (the last usually ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfPrinceAchmed'', a film that turns up in the schedule at least once a year, year in fact).TheNewTens.
24th Jan '15 5:24:32 AM Sapphirea2
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** Most obscure of all, occasionally in the off hours (late, late night or morning) they've aired ''Magic Boy'' -- MGM's English dub of the 1959 anime feature ''Shonen Sarutobi Sasuke'' -- in widescreen, even though it's never had a home media release in this country. Why? Why not?

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** Most obscure of all, occasionally in the off hours (late, late night or morning) they've aired ''Magic Boy'' -- MGM's English dub of the 1959 anime feature ''Shonen Sarutobi Sasuke'' -- in widescreen, even though it's never had years before it received a home media release (through Warner Archive) in this country. Why? Why not?


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** In February 2015, the after-hours TCM Underground block is airing ''WesternAnimation/TwiceUponATime'' -- the first public airing for this KeepCirculatingTheTapes victim since 1999.
1st Jan '15 10:58:16 AM Mdumas43073
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* AnimationAgeGhetto: Zig-zagged. While they don't show animation on a ''regular'' basis since the cancellation of the TurnOfTheMillennium weekly series ''Cartoon Alley'' (which featured shorts from TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation, mostly MGM and Warner Bros. output) and the choice around the same time to stop using old MGM shorts as interstitial content, the network isn't afraid to occasionally give the medium the kind of attention and respect it lavishes on live-action films -- focusing on underexposed/underappreciated works to boot. (Also, with regard to animated features, bear in mind that the pool TCM has to draw from is rather small, as Disney -- which until TheSeventies was the only studio consistently making them -- keeps its films on its own channels.) Examples:

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* AnimationAgeGhetto: Zig-zagged. While they don't show haven't shown animation on a ''regular'' basis since the cancellation of the TurnOfTheMillennium weekly series ''Cartoon Alley'' (which featured shorts from TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation, mostly MGM and Warner Bros. output) and the choice around the same time to stop using old MGM shorts as interstitial content, the network isn't afraid to occasionally give the medium the kind of attention and respect it lavishes on live-action films -- focusing on underexposed/underappreciated works to boot. (Also, with regard to animated features, bear in mind that the pool TCM has to draw from is rather small, as Disney -- which until TheSeventies was the only studio consistently making them -- keeps its films on its own channels.) Examples:
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