Civil War veteran and aspiring preacher Fargo (Van Heflin) with Georgina (Allison Hayes), an unhappy ex-girlfriend, then with tomboy Lissy (Joanne Woodward), temporary roommate in the church he's building, in Count Three And Pray, 1955.
When a bride (Jeanne Crain) goes on a ocean liner with her new husband, he goes into hiding, and she becomes the target of a murder conspiracy in Dangerous Crossing (1953).
Opening scenes at the Port Of New York, newlyweds John and Ruth (Carl Betz, Jeanne Crain) starting their honeymoon, in Dangerous Crossing, 1953, from a radio play by John Dickson Carr, co-starring Michael Rennie.
New Orleans madame Jo (Barbara Stanwyck) rousing Hallie (Capucine, her first scene) from bed, as enforcer Oliver (Richard Rust) visits brothel employee Precious (Joanna Moore), in Walk On The Wild Side, 1962, from the Nelson Algren novel.
Memorable opening, Edward Dmytryk directing, titles by Saul Bass, music by Elmer Bernstein, from Walk On The Wild Side, 1962, from the Nelson Algren novel, starring Laurence Harvey, Capucine, Jane Fonda and Barabara Stanwyck.
Walk on the Wild Side -- Sup with the devil and you'll taste your just desserts...
Freaked out bride Ruth (Jeanne Crain) hopes it's her husband, who disappeared on the first day of their cruise, calling, again, but it's the ship's doctor Manning (Michael Rennie), who feels obliged to remind her she may be delusional, in Dangerous Crossing, 1953.
Rod Serling's spooky series returns for a third round of bizarre tales. The season premiere stars Charles Bronson and Elizabeth Montgomery as survivors of a devastating world war who scramble for scraps of food in a ghost town.
Her second try to get into the cabin, now convinced that her husband has gone missing on their honeymoon cruise, Ruth (Jeanne Crain), narrating, offers the first hint of intrigue, an attendant (Harry Seymour) standing by, in Dangerous Crossing, 1953, co-starring Michael Rennie.
After the inauguration, with jokes revealing that she, not he, is the new president, first husband Fred MacMurray and chief executive Polly Bergen moving in, Ronnie Dapo and Anna Capri their kids, in Kisses For My President, 1964, featuring Arlene Dahl and Eli Wallach.
Chasing his wife the president (Polly Bergen) and presaging the famous 'walk and talk' shots from The West Wing, Mr. McCloud (Fred MacMurray) lights instead on luscious visiting old friend Doris (Arlene Dahl), in Kisses For My President, 1964.
Fred MacMurray as first-ever first-husband Thad McCloud, in a rare outing away from the Disney studio, Ronnie Dapo and Anna Capri as the children of himself and the president (Polly Bergen), early in Kisses For My President, 1964, the final film by producer and director Curtis Bernhardt.
Decent television movie about a mild-mannered schoolteacher who gets help from a veteran gunslinger in rescuing a student kidnapped by the notorious Mexican bandit.
Vagabonds and new companions Kitty (Jane Fonda), and Dove (Laurence Harvey) in a boxcar then at the gas station, in 1930's Texas, hitching to New Orleans, early in Walk On The Wild Side, 1962.
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