Turner Classic Movies is really stepping up its programming lately. In fact, this spring the cable network plans to take some of its hit movies off the small screen and on the road.
TCM's "Road to Hollywood" tour kicks off next month with stops in 10 cities, including Minneapolis, Houston, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Denver and Chicago.
In each city, TCM will screen one classic movie (for free!) and present it with one special guest. For instance, Tippi Hedren will be on hand for the Feb. 23 Marnie screening. See the great Angie Dickinson at a screening of Rio Bravo, or Eva Marie Saint at a screening of North by Northwest.
There aren't many opportunities to interact with these classic actors, so I'd take full advantage of these events.
The whole shebang kicks off March 1 with a screening of To Kill a Mockingbird in New York...