Turner Classic Movies "New Year's Eve Dance Party" (TCM, Tuesday through Wednesday). In two parts. Part one begins at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, with a flurry of teen-pop films from the olden, sometimes golden days of rock & roll. "Go, Johnny, Go!'" (1959, with Chuck Berry, Jackie Wilson, Ritchie Valens, Eddie Cochran) kicks it off, followed by "Let's Rock" (1958, with balladeer Julius La Rosa, but not much rock); "It's Trad, Dad!" a story of young people in pre-Beatles Britain, making do with the hot sounds of traditional jazz (Gene Vincent and Chubby Checker do also appear), directed by Richard Lester a few years shy of "A Hard Day's Night"; "Rock Around the Clock" (1956), a phony rock origin story, with Bill Haley and the Comets and the Platters; "Twist Around the Clock" (1961), with Chubby Checker, naturally, but also Dion; and then a couple of the better Elvis films, "Jailhouse Rock," from 1957, and "Viva Las Vegas," with Ann-Margret, from 1964 -- in wide screen, the way you want them.