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Long Before Day-Lewis, Oscar-Nominated Actor Played Lincoln: TCM 'Stars' Series Continues

Raymond Massey ca. 1940. Raymond Massey movies: From Lincoln to Boris Karloff Though hardly remembered today, the Toronto-born Raymond Massey was a top supporting player – and sometime lead – in both British and American movies from the early '30s all the way to the early '60s. During that period, Massey was featured in nearly 50 films. Turner Classic Movies generally selects the same old MGM / Rko / Warner Bros. stars for its annual “Summer Under the Stars” series. For that reason, it's great to see someone like Raymond Massey – who was with Warners in the '40s – be the focus of a whole day: Sat., Aug. 8, '15. (See TCM's Raymond Massey movie schedule further below.) Admittedly, despite his prestige – his stage credits included the title role in the short-lived 1931 Broadway production of Hamlet – the quality of Massey's performances varied wildly. Sometimes he could be quite effective; most of the time, however, he was an unabashed scenery chewer,
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Episode Recap: Supernatural - 6.06: "You Can't Handle the Truth"

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Calumet City, Illinois: A waitress, Jane (Ingrid Nilson) on the phone to her sister, Olivia (Tristen Leffler) says she needs the truth, which she gets from everyone in bucketfuls. She takes a gun and phones her sister who calls her a freak and tells her to kill herself, which she does. Dean (Jensen Ackles) tells Bobby (Jim Beaver) about Sam (Jared Padalecki) and how he threw him to the vampire. Castiel (Misha Collins) isn't answering his calls. He knew Sam was different from the outset. Bobby says he'll hit the books and not to "shoot him just yet." Sam needs to know what he is first. Sam shows him his paper reporting four suicides out of nowhere. Bobby: "Get in the car, he's your case" is the advice Bobby gives Dean. Dean notices the cat calendar on Olivia's wall and a card with a horn on it, a musical horn.
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