That’s Thursday morning, July 14, when Turner Classic Movies airs four movies featuring Robert Montgomery during their morning hours: 7:15 am Shipmates (1931), 8:30 am Another Language (1933), 10:00 am Three Loves Has Nancy (1938), 11:15 am The Last of Mrs. Cheyney (1937). All times EST.
TCM follows the Montgomery mini-marathon with five more 1930’s flicks, each featuring Robert Young. But I liked what the Classic Movie Search called up for Bob Montgomery over Bob Young and so here he is:
The image above pictures Robert Montgomery on a 1934 Godfrey Phillips Stars of the Screen tobacco card.
- Two entire sites in the index feature Montgomery, The Earl of Hollywood, which has been around since 2002, and the more recently active Classic Montgomery where the most recent post, A Robert Doubleheader, looks at Thursday’s TCM schedule.
- The Three Roberts by Katie Richardson on Obscure Classics should further separate Young from Montgomery for you, though it also brings Robert Taylor into the equation and he has nothing to do with Thursday.
- If you don’t have time for one of the sites dedicated entirely to Montgomery then at least scan the interesting bullet point facts about Bob in A Note on Norma Shearer’s Private Lives Co-Star, Robert Montgomery, found on A Mythical Monkey Writes About the Movies.
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