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'Casablanca,' 'Adam's Rib' and 'Sabrina' among Valentine's Day films on TCM

TCM is celebrating Valentine's Day with several movies that fit whatever romantic mood you are in on Sunday. For romantic comedy fans, there are such delights as 1937's "The Awful Truth," starring Cary Grant and Irene Dunne for which Leo McCarey won the best director Oscar; the beloved 1940 "The Philadelphia Story," with Katharine Hepburn, Grant and an Oscar-winning Jimmy Stewart; the terrific 1949 Spencer Tracy-Hepburn vehicle "Adam's Rib"; and Billy Wilder's enchanting 1954 "Sabrina," with Audrey Hepburn, Humphrey Bogart and William Holden. If you love romantic dramas, then get out your hankies for the prime-time lineup that includes 1942's "Casablanca" with Bogart and Ingrid Bergman; 1942's "Now, Voyager," starring Bette Davis and Paul Henreid, and William Wyler's haunting 1939 adaptation of "Wuthering Heights," starring a sexy Laurence Olivier as the brooding Heathcliff and Merle Oberon as his beloved Cathy. For the complete lineup go to

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