getTV, the classic movie channel is going to be celebrating Barbara Stanwyck's birthday on Wednesday, July 16. Fans of her will want to not miss this special birthday tribute. So set those DVRs before you go to work, so you can watch four great movies that starred the renowned actress.
The marathon beings at 11 a.m. ET with Frank Capra's film "The Miracle Woman." "The Miracle Woman," is a 1931 drama, that was based off of the the play "Bless Your Sister." "Bless Your Sister," was written by writers John Meehan and Robert Riskin. David Manners, Sam Hardy, and Beryl Mercer starred alongside with Stanwyck.
The next movie that will be airing that day is "The Strange Love Of Martha Ivers." The film noir will be airing at 1 p.m. ET. That was movie was directed by Lewis Milestone and starred with Stanwyck was Van Heflin, Lizabeth Scott, and Kirk Douglas. The next movie after that airs at 3:40 ET time, that movie is "Two Cents A Dance." "Two Cents A Dance," is a 1931 film that was directed by the great Lionel Barrymore. It's about a taxi dancer with a jealous husband, that falls in love with a wealthy client.
The next movie and the last movie is the 1932 movie, "Shopworn," which that movie will be airing at 5:30 ET. It's a romantic drama about a poor hardworking waitress who falls in love with a wealthy college student, and his mother disapproves. "Shopworn" was directed by Nick Grinde, and along with Stanwyck, Regis Toomey, Zasu Pitts, Lucien Littlefield starred in the movie.
So once again this birthday tribute is on the channel getTV, it will be airing on July 16, starting at 11 a.m. ET. To check out the schedule at getTV, please click here. You can see more about each movie that will be airing that day or any day, and you find your time zone to know what is airing where you live.