Classic Hollywood Birthdays

Sir Alec Guinness, actor (1914-2000) 100th Birthday
In honor of Alec Guinness’ birthday today, TCM will be spending the day featuring some of his films:
To Paris with Love (1955) at 6:15AM (ET)
The Swan (1956) at 8:00AM (ET)
Great Expectations (1946) at 10:00AM (ET)
The Scapegoat (1959) at 12:00PM (ET)
Kind Hearts and Coronets (1949) at 1:45PM (ET)
The Lavender Hill Mob (1951) at 3:45PM (ET)
The Comedians (1967) at 5:15PM (ET)
The Ladykillers (1955) at 8:00PM (ET)
Lawrence of Arabia (1962) at 9:45PM (ET)
A Majority of One (1961) at 1:45AM (ET)
All at Sea (1958) at 4:30AM (ET)

Buddy Ebsen, actor & dancer (1908-2003)
Dabbs Greer, actor (1917-2007)


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