Brian Dennehy has maintained a strong presence in film, theater, and television for three decades. He has twice won the Tony Award for Best Actor: honored for playing James Tyrone in Eugene O'Neill's Long Day's Journey into Night, and for playing Willy Loman in Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman. Dennehy also won The Golden Globe for the televised production of Death of a Salesman. Dennehy has starred in a wide range of television projects, receiving Emmy Award® nominations for his performances in the miniseries The Burden of Proof, Murder in the Heartland, To Catch a Killer and Stephen Gyllenhaal's telefilm Killing in a Small Town. Dennehy has been associated for two decades with Chicago's Goodman Theatre (on whose board he serves), where he has starred in numerous leading roles. Mr. Dennehy's featured films are:So, where will I be tonight? Why, Brian and I will be watching some of his favorite films together. Uh huh. I will be all cozied up on the sofa with a cup of hot chocolate and ...okay. So HE will be in NYC at the Turner Classic Movies studio with Robert Osbourne as the guest programmer for the evening but still. And OKAY, so he does not know about US at all but hey. I will just not think about that last fact. Delusion is a wonderful thing....
|8:00pm||Odd Man Out (1947) A wounded IRA man faces betrayal on all sides when the British put a price on his head. Cast: James Mason, Robert Newton, Cyril Cusack. Dir: Carol Reed. BW-116 mins, TV-PG|
|10:00pm||Saturday Night and Sunday Morning (1961) A factory worker lives for the chance to have fun on the weekends. Cast: Albert Finney, Shirley Anne Field, Rachel Roberts. Dir: Karel Reisz. BW-89 mins, TV-14|
|11:45pm||Wrong Box, The (1966) Two elderly brothers plot to kill each other for a fortune. Cast: Ralph Richardson, John Mills, Michael Caine. Dir: Bryan Forbes. C-106 mins, TV-PG|
|1:45am||Russians are Coming, the Russians are Coming, The (1966) When a Russian sub runs aground in New England, it creates a local panic. Cast: Carl Reiner, Eva Marie Saint, Alan Arkin. Dir: Norman Jewison. C-126 mins, TV-PG|