Go back in time with KAMU every Sunday as we present a showcase of classic movies! Sit back, pop some popcorn and revisit some of the world’s most notable and beloved films. Below are just a few of the movies that will be available on KAMU in October and November for you and your loved ones to watch. And don’t forget to check our full TV schedule for more details on these movies and other programs.
Gene Autry Cowboy Movies
Every Sunday in October at 3 p.m.
KAMU is bringing classic Gene Autry cowboy movies to the schedule. If you are a fan of westerns, Sundays in October will be the best days of your week! We will be showing three different films from the Gene Autry collection: “Ride, Ranger, Ride,” “Git’ Along Little Dogies” and “Boots and Saddles.” These films are some of Autry’s best, and are even featured on rankings of the best westerns of all time. You won’t want to miss Sundays at 3 p.m. this October.
Little Man Tate
Sunday, Oct. 30 at 1 p.m.
Tune into an early 90s favorite, “Little Man Tate.” Starring Jodie Foster, “Little Man Tate” shows why having a 7-year-old genius is not easy, especially as a single mom. Does she allow her son to live a normal life, or does she prepare him for advanced learning? With little to no help, watch as this single mom navigates through tough choices, judgment and backlash all so her son can have the life he deserves. Find out if she makes the right choices on Oct. 30 at 1 p.m. on KAMU.
Tucker: The Man and His Dream
Sunday, Nov. 13 at 1 p.m.
Directed by Francis Ford Coppola, “Tucker: The Man and His Dream” is a fascinating true story of a man with a revolutionary idea. Preston Tucker (Jeff Bridges) has a dream to produce the best cars ever made. This movie dives into how he obtains funding and begins to build his factory shortly after World War II. The movie also parallels the director’s dream of building his own movie studio.
The Shop Around the Corner
Sunday, Nov. 27 at 1 p.m.
“The Shop Around the Corner” is a sweet, romantic comedy featuring James Stewart. This film is about two people who are consistently put against each other, are always competing and get on each other’s nerves. They each have an anonymous pen pal who they’re falling in love with. Will the love last once true identities are revealed? If you’re a fan of “You’ve Got Mail,” you must watch “The Shop Around the Corner” the Sunday after Thanksgiving at 1 p.m.