O'BRien RooneyUPDATED, 3:45 PM:Turner Classic Movies is expanding its salute to the legendary actor, who died Sunday at 93. The cable channel has announced a “multi-tiered” tribute to Mickey Rooney that includes adding an April 13 screening of his National Velvet — the 1944 hit that made Elizabeth Taylor a star — at the TCM Classic Film Festival in Hollywood. The 9 AM screening at the TCL Chinese Multiplex will be followed by a conversation with Rooney’s longtime friend Margaret O’Brien, an Oscar winner for Meet Me In St. Louis. The TCM festival starts tonight and runs through Sunday. Watch TCM’s brief montage of Rooney’s movies below.

Related: A Mickey Rooney Appreciation From Pete Hammond

Mickey_Rooney_in_Babes_in_Arms_trailerPREVIOUSLY: Turner Classic Movies will honor Mickey Rooney with a 13-film marathon on Sunday, April 13.  Rooney died Sunday at age 93 with more than 300 credits to his name and two honorary Oscars, becoming a household name with the dozen Andy Hardy movies in which he starred for MGM starting in 1938.  Additionally, getTV, which had previously scheduled three Rooney movies, has re-themed them as a remembrance of the actor, running tonight. Rooney was working until the end, most recently on the feature Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde film which is set to be released this year. Click through for the schedule:

TCM Memorial Tribute (All times ET): Mickey Rooney

6:00 AM         Broadway to Hollywood
7:30 AM         The Devil is a Sissy
9:15 AM          A Family Affair
10:30 AM       You’re Only Young Once
12:00 PM       Captains Courageous
2:00 PM         The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
3:45 PM          The Human Comedy
6:00 PM         Killer McCoy
8:00 PM         Boys Town
10:00 PM        Men of Boys Town
12:00 AM        National Velvet
2:15 AM           Babes on Broadway
4:30 AM          A Midsummer Night’s Dream

GetTV’s Rooney movies, running tonight, include:

8 PM ET – All Ashore  (1953)
9:50 PM – Drive a Crooked Road (1954)
11:50 PM – Requiem For A Heavyweight (1962)