Reynolds, Marshall and McDowell to appear at TCM Film Festival

This post has been corrected. See note at bottom.

TCM Classic Film Festival announced Wednesday that Burt Reynolds and Malcolm McDowell have been added to the roster at the four-day event, which takes place April 25-28 in Hollywood.

Reynolds and director John Boorman will join previously announced Jon Voight for a screening of the 1972 classic "Deliverance," while McDowell will discuss James Cagney's Oscar-winning performance as George M. Cohan at the screening of 1942's "Yankee Doodle Dandy."

Oscar-nominated director Rob Marshall is set to appear at the screening of the 1949 musical "On the Town."

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Actress Rose McGowan, who is a past host of TCM's "Essentials" showcase, will be on hand at the screening of the 1946 Alfred Hitchcock romantic thriller "Notorious" with Cary Grant and Ingrid Bergman.

The festival kicks off April 25 at the TCL Chinese with the new restoration of the 1968 musical "Funny Girl," for which Barbra Streisand won the Academy Award in her film debut.

[For the record, 7:35 p.m. April 17: An earlier version of this post said Rob Marshall would be appearing at a screening of “Chicago.” He will be appearing at a screening of "On the Town."]


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