Random Harvest; why don't you have any info on this incredible film?

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Why in the world?!?!?! One of the most poignant films of the 1940s. You really ought to remedy this.
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Cynthia,

Do you mean this film?
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Also, most titles are submitted by users. When a title is missing it just means no one has submitted it yet. But if the one above is it, it's a good example of how you need to check carefully to see if it's already listed.
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Also, to avoid any other confusion, I believe that contributor Ljdoncel lives in Spain, which is why the film is displayed above as "Niebla en el pasado". However, the film is indeed entered in IMDb with Random Harvest as its primary title and will display as such for all users who have selected either Original or United States titles as their preference.
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You're right, gromit. I forgot to change my prefs before taking the screencap (and avoid any confusion to a GS visitor). Sorry! Sudor
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ljdoncel,

Despite the minor confusion, it is still interesting to see how IMDb pages display in other countries.

Slightly off topic: Is TCM (Turner Classic Movies) available in Spain?
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Hi, Dan:
Is TCM (Turner Classic Movies) available in Spain?
Yes, it is. Nearly every platform for digital television which operates in Spain broadcasts this channel via cable or satellite. Though I don't know whether the programming schedule here is the same as in other countries.

Right now (8:15 AM), it's East of Eden (1955) playing. Coming next:
The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948) and The Party (1968).
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The US TCM schedule does not appear to match up with what you posted. However, Random Harvest was shown in the US at 3:45 pm Eastern on October 15, 2015.

Even without looking, I knew that IMDb listed Random Harvest since I looked it up on IMDb a few months ago when it was last shown on TCM.