Chris Plummer
Christopher Plummer "stuck" in cement.
(Photo by Christian Pierce, courtesy of TCM)

Christopher Plummer's hand and foot
(Photo by Stefanie Keenan/WireImage, courtesy of TCM)

MacLaine, Plummer, Shatner
Shirley MacLaine, Christopher Plummer and William Shatner greet the crowd at the Hand and Footprint Ceremony held in the forecourt of the TCL Chinese Theatre during the TCM Classic Film Festival. (Photo by Mark Davis/WireImage, courtesy of TCM)

Screenings and Events Photos

TCM Logo       Hollywood, March 26-29 2015

History According to Hollywood

Sound of Music SXcreening
Passholders enjoyed the 50th Anniversary World Premiere Screening of the newly restored film.
(Photo by Edward M. Pio Roda, courtesy of TCM)

Ben Mankiewicz and Diane Baker
TCM Host Ben Mankiewicz interviews Diane Baker on the Red Carpet.
She will be introducing The Diary of Anne Frank later in the Festival.
(Photo by Mark Davis/WireImage, courtesy of TCM)

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Robert Morse
Actor Robert Morse introduced the film, The Loved One, in which he played a young Englishman. The film is known for its irreverant humor and offbeat characterizations. (Photo by Mark Davis/WireImage, courtesy of TCM)

Alec BaldwinAlec Baldwin interviewed William Friedkin, director of The French Connection, which screened during the Festival. (Photo by Stefanie Keenan/WireImage,
courtesy of TCM)

Peter Fonda, Keith CarradineActors Peter Fonda and Keith Carradine both introduced the film, My Darling Clementine. Fonda also introduced the film his father, Henry Fonda starred in, Young Mr. Lincoln. Carradine introduced the film, The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance.
(Photo by Tyler Golden, courtesy of TCM)

Movie Locations in Hollywood and Downtown L.A.
(Photos by Mary McCord, Editor, Classic Film Watch)

MacArthur Park
MacArthur Park in downtown L.A. has been used for scenes in several movies, including Volcano, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang and the 1949 film noir, Killer Bait which is also known as Too Late For Tears. The park was the setting for the murder scene in the film noir, starring Lizbeth Scott and Dan Duryea. The restored version of the film, titled as Too Late For Tears, was shown during this year's TCM Classic Film Festival.

Bradbury Building Stairwell Bradbury Building

The Movie Location Tour runs daily through September, 2015 when its schedule will change to four days a week—Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday. For more information go to:

The historic Bradbury Building in downtown Los Angeles with its memorable staircase has been the location for several movies, including Blade Runner and The Artist, a 2011 film about the transition from the silent film era to talkies. It won the Academy Award for Best Picture in 2012.

Paramounr Pictures
StarLine Tours, in conjunction with TCM, has developed a special bus tour of movie locations in Hollywood and downtown Los Angeles. On a three-hour tour, the bus travels by movie studios, movie palaces, hotels, historic buildings and other sites that have been used as the settings for both classic and modern-day films. Around 50 movie locations are visited. A knowledgeable tour guide provides commentary and answers questions.

LA street scenes from the past
Tourists are shown around 100 film clips from classic and modern films on a large screen while the bus travels. Also shown: Stock footage of some areas from days gone by so that participants can compare the area today with the way things were in the past.

Classic Movie Bus Tour

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Norman Lloyd
Norman Lloyd discussed his eight-decade career as an actor and director during a conversation with TCM Host Ben Mankiewicz at the Montalban Theatre in Hollywood during the TCM Classic Film Festival. The show was taped to be shown on TCM in the future. (Photo by Edward M. Pio Roda, courtesy of TCM)

Spike Lee
Director Spike Lee and Film Historian Donald Bogle discussed Lee's film,
Malcolm X, before the screening.
(Photo courtesy of TCM)

Douglas, Perkinsk, Baker
At the screening of The Diary of Anne Frank, Illeana Douglas interviewed Millie Perkins
(center) and Diane Baker, the actresses who starred in the film. Perkins played
Anne Frank and Baker played her sister, Margot.
(Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/WireImage, courtesy of TCM)

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TCM Classic Film Festival 2015

Red Carpet Photos

Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer
Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer stars of
The Sound of Music on the Red Carpet outside the TCL Chinese Theatre. (Photo by Stefanie Keenan/WireImage, courtesy of TCM)

  Shirley Jones
Shirley Jones
(Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/WireImage,
courtesy of TCM)

Hand & Footprint Ceremony Photos