Child Star Movies Alert: in the next month on TCM, all times Eastern.
'The Women' (1939), Virginia Weidler--6:30AM, Wed 11/22
National Velvet (1944), Elizabeth Taylor, Mickey Rooney--3:00PM, Thu 11/23
The Courtship of Andy Hardy (1942), Mickey Rooney--1:30AM Fri 11/24
Little Women (1949), Elizabeth Taylor, Margaret O'Brien--3:15AM Fri 11/24 and 2:00PM 12/16
The Canterville Ghost (1944), Margaret O'Brien--9:45AM Fri 11/24
Two Andy Hardy movies with Mickey Rooney--6:00AM Sun 11/26
The Philadelphia Story (1940), Virginia Weidler--12:00AM Sat 12/2
Imitation of Life (1959), Terry Burnham--8:00PM Sat 12/2
David Copperfield (1935), Freddie Bartholomew--8:15AM Mon 12/4 and 6:00AM 12/14
The Night of the Hunter (1955), Billy Chapin--2:00PM Sat 12/9
I Remember Mama (1948), Peggy McIntyre (OK, maybe not very well known, but very beautiful... and still alive, sez IMDb)--1:30PM Wed 12/13
Treasure Island (1934), Jackie Cooper (one of the VERY best)--2:15PM Thu 12/14
Meet Me in St. Louis (1944), Margaret O'Brien, Judy Garland--12:00PM 12/16
Tenth Avenue Angel (1948), Margaret O'Brien--9:00AM Mon 12/18
Bonus kid-actor-over-the-top performance in A Christmas Carol (1938)--4:30PM Sat 12/2 and 6:45PM Mon 12/18. Ira Stevens plays Fan Scrooge, Ebeneezer's little sister, in the Christmas Past sequence and gives a scenery chewing performance that would be in the Kid Actor Hall of Fame if they had one. And Ronald Sinclair as young Scrooge is especially good looking. This is my favorite version of ACC (gag) anyway(s).