Movies on TV

Highlights for each day of the week

Monday, Nov. 28

Stage Fright

Alfred Hitchcock blends comedy with suspense in this tale of an aspiring actress (an excellent Jane Wyman) who uses her skills to try to prove a man’s innocence. With Marlene Dietrich. (1950) 4 p.m., TCM

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Tuesday, Nov. 29

The Pianist

Star Adrien Brody and director Roman Polanski both won Oscars for this poignant drama about a Jewish musician’s struggle to survive in Nazi-occupied Warsaw. (2002) 3:45 p.m., Encore

Wednesday, Nov. 30

The Three Faces of Eve

An Oscar-winning Joanne Woodward plays a Georgia housewife afflicted with multiple-personality disorder. (1957) 6 a.m., Cinemax

Thursday, Dec. 1

The Kennel Murder Case

A pre–Thin Man William Powell stars as dog-fancying detective Philo Vance in this brisk whodunit, an exemplar of the locked-room mystery genre. (1933) 9:30 p.m., TCM

Friday, Dec. 2

A Price Above Rubies

Though seemingly miscast, Renée Zellweger is surprisingly effective as a young woman frustrated by the restrictions on her life in an Orthodox Jewish community in Brooklyn. (1998) 11:30 a.m., IFC

Saturday, Dec. 3

Barney’s Version

Paul Giamatti won a Golden Globe for his performance as a picaresque anti-hero who meets the love of his life as he’s marrying someone else. Adapted from a Mordecai Richler novel. (2010) 9 p.m., Starz

Sunday, Dec. 4

The Towering Inferno

At the peak of the disaster-film craze, Steve McQueen and Paul Newman led a star-studded cast in an epic battle against a skyscraper fire. (1974) 7 p.m., FMC

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