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Billy Wilder directed this sophisticated comedy about two wealthy brothers who both fall for the chauffeur’s daughter. William Holden, Humphrey Bogart, and Audrey Hepburn star. (1954) 6 a.m., AMC
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Ingrid Bergman won her first Oscar as a woman driven to madness by her own husband. Charles Boyer and Angela Lansbury were also nominated. (1944) 6 p.m., TCM
A cynical expatriate and a slinky singer get mixed up with stolen jewels in this thriller starring Robert Mitchum and Jane Russell. Nicholas Ray completed the film after director Josef von Sternberg was taken off it. (1952) 10 p.m., TCM
George Orwell meets Buster Keaton in this Woody Allen comedy, in which Allen plays a health-food-store owner who finds himself trapped in a dystopian future. (1973) 4:05 p.m., IFC
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Ang Lee (Brokeback Mountain) directed the film version of Rick Moody’s novel about family dysfunction in 1970s Connecticut. With Kevin Kline and Sigourney Weaver. (1997) 8 p.m., FMC
Mickey Rourke received a Best Actor Oscar nomination in a comeback role as a faded wrestler; Marisa Tomei was nominated for Best Supporting Actress. (2008) 8 p.m., HBO
A lonely robot left behind after humanity abandons Earth is the hero of this animated family sci-fi comedy. A gem of imagination, wit, and visual storytelling. (2008) 9 p.m., Starz
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