Here's the November schedule (not counting early morning on 11/1 which I listed last month as part of the Halloween marathon). Rather slimmer pickings this month, so I'm tossing in a few things that aren't quite SF/fantasy but might be of interest nonetheless.
11:15 AM: The Most Dangerous Game
(1932): From the producers of King Kong
and featuring that film's stars Fay Wray and Robert Armstrong.
6:45 AM: The Valley of Gwangi
('69): Cowboys and Harryhausen dinosaurs!
8:30 AM: 7 Faces of Dr. Lao
6:00 PM: Knights of the Round Table
('53): Arthurian movie with Ava Gardner and Mel Ferrer. No word on whether they eat ham and jam and spam a lot.
8:00 PM: Jaws
('75): Might be about a boat accident. Or maybe not.
12:45 AM: Enter the Dragon
('75): Bruce Lee classic.
9:45 PM: Dr. Strangelove
('65): H. Rider Haggard adaptation with Ursula Andress and Peter Cushing.
4:00 PM: Land of the Pharaohs
('55): Joan Collins in her Hollywood debut, playing the wife of the Pharaoh Khufu.
4:30 PM: Man in the Attic
('53): Jack the Ripper film with Jack Palance.
Midnight: Soylent Green
2:00 PM: The Thief of Bagdad
('40): Arabian Nights classic.
6:00 PM: The Adventures of Robin Hood
('38): The Errol Flynn original.
4:15 PM: The Phantom Tollbooth
('69): Chuck Jones's adaptation of Norton Juster's classic children's book.
6:00 PM: The Muppets Take Manhattan
8:00 PM: Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
10:30 PM: Doctor Dolittle
1:15 AM: The Incredible Mr. Limpet
('64): Don Knotts turns into a cartoon fish.
9:00 AM: Jason and the Argonauts
2:30 AM: Topper
4:15 AM: Turnabout
('40): The body-swap comedy that was a loose inspiration for Star Trek
's "Turnabout Intruder."
12:15 PM: 20 Million Miles to Earth
('57): More Harryhausen!
2:00 PM: The Time Machine
4:00 PM: The Golden Voyage of Sinbad
('73): Even more Harryhausen!
6:00 PM: The Jungle Book
('42): Live-action version with Sabu.