Best wishes to all for a very happy St. Patrick's Day!
Turner Classic Movies is celebrating with a day of Irish-themed films including Dennis Morgan in MY WILD IRISH ROSE (1947), June Haver in THE DAUGHTER OF ROSIE O'GRADY (1950), James Cagney in THE IRISH IN US (1935), and Tyrone Power in THE RISING OF THE MOON (1957).
Check the TCM schedule for the complete title list.
Other Irish-themed films not being shown on TCM this year, which are available on DVD: Deborah Kerr and Trevor Howard in I SEE A DARK STRANGER (1946); Tyrone Power and Anne Baxter in THE LUCK OF THE IRISH (1948), which even has a green tint!; John Wayne and Maureen O'Hara in THE QUIET MAN (1952); a young Sean Connery in DARBY O'GILL AND THE LITTLE PEOPLE (1959); Fred Astaire in FINIAN'S RAINBOW (1968); and Amy Adams and Matthew Goode in LEAP YEAR (2010).
Two "Irish" films which need DVD releases: Priscilla Lane and Dennis Morgan are adorable in THREE CHEERS FOR THE IRISH (1940), which I hope will come out from the Warner Archive before too long; and June Haver and Dick Haymes starred in the 20th Century-Fox film IRISH EYES ARE SMILING (1944).
Finally, a mention that this evening Hallmark Channel is airing a new TV-movie, CHASING LEPRECHAUNS (2012).