HDNET MOVIES September 2020 Calendar

HDNET MOVIES September 2020 Calendar

HDNET MOVIES SEPTEMBER  2020 HIGHLIGHTS:

“Labor Day Kickoff” – Monday, Sept. 7

  • 11:40 am ET & 5:15 pm ET – Heaven Can Wait (1978) with Warren Beatty, James Mason & Julie Christie
  • 1:25 pm ET & 7 pm ET – North Dallas Forty (1979) with Nick Nolte, Mac Davis & Charles Durning
  • 3:25 pm ET & 9 pm ET – Necessary Roughness (1991) with Scott Bakula, Hector Elizond & Sinbad

“Bill Murray Birthday Bash” – Sunday, Sept. 21 & Monday, Sept. 22

  • 9 pm ET – Stripes (1981) with Harold Ramis, John Candy & Bill Murray (encore airings 9/22 at 8:20 am ET & 5:30 pm ET)
  • 10:50 pm ET – Broken Flowers (2005) with Bill Murray, Sharon Stone & Jessica Lange (encore airing 9/22 at 10:10 am ET)
  • 12:40 am ET – Larger Than Life (1995) with Bill Murray, Jeremy Piven & Janeane Garofalo (encore airings 9/22 at 6:45 am ET & 3:55 pm ET)
  • 2:15 am ET – Where the Buffalo Roam (1980) with Peter Boyle, Bill Murray & Bruno Kirby (encore airings 9/22 at 12 pm ET & 7:20 pm ET)
  • 3:55 am ET – Razor’s Edge (1984) with Bill Murray, Theresa Russell & Denholm Elliott (encore airing 9/22 at 1:40 pm ET)

Make It A Double Fridays

Friday, Sept. 4

  • 8 pm ET – Death Race (2008) with Jason Statham, Joan Allen & Tyrese Gibson
  • 9:50 pm ET – Death Race 2 (2011) with Furkan Bayraktar, Luke Goss & Lauren Cohan

Friday, Sept. 11

  • 8 pm ET – The Blob (1958) with Steve McQueen, Aneta Corsaut & Olin Howland
  • 9:25 pm ET – The Blob (1988) with Kevin Dillon, Shawnee Smith & Candy Clark

Friday, Sept. 18

  • 8 pm ET – The Cutting Edge (1992) with D.B. Sweeney, Moira Kelly & Terry O’Quinn
  • 9:45 pm ET – The Cutting Edge: Going For Gold (2006) with Christy Carlson Romano, Ross Thomas & Scott Thompson Baker

Friday, Sept. 25

  • 8 pm ET – Heaven Can Wait (1978) with Warren Beatty, James Mason & Julie Christie
  • 9:45 pm ET – McCabe & Mrs. Miller (1971) with Warren Beatty, Julie Christie & Rene Auberjonois

Saturday Night Screams

Saturday, Sept. 5

  • 11 pm ET – Dominion: Prequel to the Exorcist (2005) with Stellan Skarsgard, Gabriel Mann & Clara Bellar

Saturday, Sept. 12

  • 11 pm ET – Nightbreed (1990) with Craig Sheffer, David Cronenberg & Charles Haid

Saturday, Sept. 19

  • 11 pm ET – Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation (1994) with Renée Zellweger, Matthew McConaughey & Robert Jacks

Saturday, Sept. 26

  • 11 pm ET – The Haunting (1963) with Julie Harris, Claire Bloom & Richard Johnson

High Noon Sundays

Sunday, Sept. 6

  • 12 pm ET – The Sons of Katie Elder (1965) with John Wayne, Dean Martin & Martha Hyer
  • 2:05 pm ET – Navajo Joe (1967) with Charlie Sheen, Michael Biehn & Joanne Whalley-Kilmer
  • 3:40 pm ET – Invitation to a Gunfighter (1964) with Yul Brynner, Janice Rule & George Segal

Sunday, Sept. 13

  • 12 pm ET – Barquero (1970) with Lee Van Cleef, Warren Oates & Forrest Tucker
  • 2 pm ET – The Hills Run Red (1967) with Thomas Hunter, Henry Silva & Dan Duryea
  • 3:35 pm ET – Man in the Saddle (1951) with Randolph Scott, Joan Leslie & Ellen Drew

Sunday, Sept. 20

  • 12 pm ET – Posse (1975) with Kirk Douglas, Bruce Dern & Bo Hopkins
  • 1:35 pm ET – Death Rides a Horse (1967) with Lee Van Cleef, John Phillip Law & Mario Brega
  • 3:35 pm ET – The Sons of Katie Elder (1965)

Sunday, Sept. 27

  • 12 pm ET – Big Jake (1971) with John Wayne, Richard Boone & Patrick Wayne
  • 1:55 pm ET – Stagecoach (1986) with Kurt Russell, James Spader & Viveca Lindfors
  • 3:40 pm ET – Man in the Saddle (1951)

September Birthday Celebrations

Charlie Sheen – Sept. 3

  • 9 pm ET – Platoon (1986) with Tom Berenger, Willem Dafoe & Charlie Sheen
  • 11:05 pm ET – Navy Seals (1990) with Charlie Sheen, Michael Biehn & Joanne Whalley-Kilmer

Oliver Stone – Sept. 15

  • 9 pm ET – U-Turn (1997) with Sean Penn, Jennifer Lopez & Nick Nolte
  • 11:10 pm ET – Platoon (1986)

ABOUT HDNET MOVIES

HDNET MOVIES is a television network owned by Anthem Sports & Entertainment, Inc. The channel presents a diverse line-up of over 50 unique films each month, ranging from modern blockbusters to cult classics. HDNET MOVIES is currently available nationally on most major cable, telco and satellite TV providers and is currently in over 12 million homes. For further information, visit www.hdnetmovies.com. Follow HDNET MOVIES on Facebook, Twitter @HDNETMOVIES and YouTube.

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