Whirlpool (AMC Sunday at 10 a.m.): Elegant 1949 Otto Preminger film, set in Hollywood and starring Gene Tierney, who’s menaced by evil hypnotist Jose Ferrer. (1:38)
Invasion of the Body Snatchers (Channel 5 Monday at 1:30 a.m.): The original 1956 science fiction classic directed by Don Siegel about a small community whose inhabitants are being taken over by alien “pods.” Kevin McCarthy and Dana Wynter star. (2:00)
The Train (Channel 11 Monday at 2 a.m.): Exciting World War II melodrama starring Burt Lancaster, who’s trying to waylay a train filled with art treasures belonging to France. John Frankenheimer directed.
Bringing Up Baby (Channel 9 Monday at 11 a.m.): The Howard Hawks screwball classic with Katharine Hepburn as a madcap heiress pursuing Cary Grant’s absent-minded zoologist. (2:00)
Murder, My Sweet (A&E; Tuesday at 8 a.m.): A film noir classic, directed by Edward Dmytryk and adapted from Raymond Chandler’s “Farewell, My Lovely.” Dick Powell stars as Philip Marlowe. (2:00)