Let's pick it back up this week (Sorry Gamma People).
Tonight, there's plenty of classic Johnny Weissmuller Tarzan movies, and if that isn't enough, they dip into some of JW's more cheesy later films too.
The Asphalt Jungle (6AM Sat. Eastern) is a must see film however, discussed many times on these threads. Check it if you haven't. Followed by Fritz Lang's Clash By Night, an essential noir.
After that, Saturday is filled with Marilyn Monroe films. I'm not actually much of a fan (more of a Hayworth-Bardot man myself), but my recommendation is the Billy Wilder classic Some Like it Hot at 8PM.
Sunday sees some Claude Rains appreciation (NOT the first time on TCM either), so you can check for a selection of some of his work with Now Voyager, The Wolf Man, The Invisible Man and The Unsuspected.
Sundance has Robert Redford introducing Domino (???) on Saturday night, followed by the Korean The Housemaid and a couple good lesbian films, Eloise's Lover and Room in Rome.
For fans of The Documentary Channel, keep your eyes out for a repeat of The War on Kids, an excellent doc I saw this week that goes a long way into looking at the problems with the anxieties of millennialphobia. Meanwhile, on Saturday, they're premiering Brutal Beauty: Tales of the Rose City Rollers a doc about a local roller derby team, for all the Whip It fans out there.
Your hand will lead you to fruit -- Bill Murray