This is for fans of old movies….which means fans of the Turner Classic Movies channel. TCM is inviting fans to join a cruise featuring the following stars of yesteryear; Debbie Reynolds, Mickey Rooney, Arlene Dahl, Sally Ann Howes, and Norman Lloyd all set to sail on a TCM Classic Cruise.
These classic film stars, along with the Alloy Orchestra, have signed on for the second TCM Classic Cruise, which sails from Miami Jan. 21-26, 2013. They will join TCM host Robert Osborne, TCM weekend daytime host Ben Mankiewicz and TCM fans for the five-night voyage to Grand Cayman and Cozumel aboard the luxurious Celebrity Constellation. (Note- A marvelous ship…this examiner has been a guest lecturer/enrichment speaker several times on the Constellation….watch our video about Cary Grant recorded on the ship).
Oscar®- and Emmy®-nominated actress Debbie Reynolds, who delighted movie fans earlier this year at the TCM Classic Film Festival, is the star of such musical classics as Singin’ in the Rain (1952) and The Unsinkable Molly Brown (1964).
Academy Award®-winning actor Mickey Rooney has been in show business for 90 years and starred in more than 300 film and television roles, including unforgettable turns in Boys Town (1938) and National Velvet (1944).
Legendary Hollywood beauty and MGM star Arlene Dahl has graced the screen in such favorites as Three Little Words (1950) and Journey to the Center of the Earth (1959).
Tony®-nominated actress and singer Sally Ann Howes, whose seven decades starring on stage, television and film include her unforgettable performance as the beautiful Truly ScrumptiousinChitty Chitty Bang Bang(1968).
Actor, director and Emmy®-nominated producer of stage, film and television, Norman Lloyd has enjoyed a nearly eight-decade career that includes notable roles in such films as Saboteur (1942), A Walk in the Sun (1945) and Dead Poets Society (1989).
The Alloy Orchestra is a three-man musical ensemble that has written and performed live accompaniment to classic silent films for more than two decades. They were a part of the 2011 inaugural cruise and also performed as part of the North American premiere of the restoration of Metropolis (1927) at the 2010 TCM Classic Film Festival.
The multi-faceted TCM Classic Cruise is produced by TCM in partnership with Sixthman, the industry leader in theme cruises. In addition to the ocean liner’s amenities, travelers on the TCM Classic Cruise will be treated to a wide variety of TCM-themed events and activities including film screenings, panel discussions, conversations with special guests, film-related trivia games and more. Additional information on how to book the cruise as well as a video recap of the first TCM Classic Cruise, can be found at http://tcmcruise.com.
TCM is a part of Turner Entertainment, a division of Time Warner of New York.