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Celebrity Guest Programmers Takeover November
Written by TCM PR Release   

Alec Baldwin, Danny DeVito, Whoopi Goldberg, Matt Groening, Rose McGowan, Martha Stewart, Donald Trump and many others on hand to program each evening's films

TCM's GUEST PROGRAMMER series, which regularly airs one night each month, is taking over the entire month of November, with 29 famous talents programming 29 nights that they will co-host with TCM's Robert Osborne. Celebrities exchange their star status for a role as a devoted fan of classic film by picking a selection of his or her favorite movies and sharing with viewers what he or she has come to love about each one. Among the star-studded list of celebrities sitting down with Osborne to present their favorite films are Whoopi Goldberg on Nov. 1; Donald Trump on Nov. 3; Danny DeVito on Nov. 10; Matt Groening on Nov. 14; Tracy Ullman on Nov. 17; Alec Baldwin on Nov. 20; Kermit the Frog on Nov. 21; Harvey Fierstein on Nov. 26 and Martha Stewart on Nov. 30.

In addition to the 29 celebrities participating in the November GUEST PROGRAMMER festival, one lucky viewer, Paul Aguirre, was also chosen as part of the 30-day line-up to program his own night. From more than 350 video submissions, the New York City resident's video was chosen by viewer votes in TCM's online contest at tcm.com. His evening of film selections will air on Thanksgiving night as a "thank you" from TCM to its dedicated audience of film lovers.

Turner Classic Movies, currently seen in more than 75 million homes, is a 24-hour cable network from Turner Broadcasting System, Inc., a Time Warner company. TCM presents the greatest motion pictures of all time from the largest film library in the world, the combined Time Warner and Turner film libraries, from the 20s through the 90s, commercial-free and without interruption. The network also offers critically acclaimed original documentaries and specials, including the Emmy-winning Stardust: The Bette Davis Story, as well as the recently Emmy-nominated Brando and the critically acclaimed Steve McQueen: The Essence of Cool. For more information, visit file://www.tcm.com/.

 

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