Burt Lancaster is TCM's star of the month this November. Every Wednesday starting at 7 p.m. central TCM will be airing some of Lancaster's films. Interestingly enough Burt Lancaster was born in the month of November. The exact date is Nov 2, 1913.
The first film that starts off the Lancaster Wednesday marathon graces TV's on Nov. 6 and that film is the noir classic, "The Killers." "The Killers," was his first film too, it also starred Ava Gardner, Edmond O'Brien, and Sam Levene. It was released in 1946.
Other films that will be airing are:
- "Brute Force"
- "From Here to Eternity"
- "Birdman of Alcatraz"
- "The Train"
- "Sweet Smell of Success"
- "Elmer Gantry"
- "Seven Days in May"
- Mister 880
- Ten Tall Man
Those are just some others that will be airing throughout the month. In the month there will be over 20 films of Lancaster's that TCM will be airing. For the complete schedule click here, "Lancaster."
So Burt Lancaster fans get excited because every Wednesday starting in prime time at 7 p.m. central his films will be on. Don't forget to set those DVRs!