Suspense movie trailer - starring Barry Sullivan, Eugene Pallette, Albert Dekker, Bonita Granville, Belita, Edit Angold. Directed by Frank Tuttle. Genre: Drama
Rating: Not Rated
Father Knows Best clip - starring Robert Young, Jane Wyatt, Billy Gray, Elinor Donahue, Lauren Chapin.
Chronicles the life of the famed Native American athlete who gained worldwide recognition for his achievements in many sports on an Olympic and professional level.
Dusty And Sweets Mcgee movie trailer - starring Billy Gray, Bob Graham, Clifton Tip Fredell, Kit Ryder, Pam, Nancy Wheeler. Genre: Documentary
A small-town tomboy (Doris Day) falls for the boy-next-door in the years before World War I in On Moonlight Bay (1951).
Lady Alice (Margaret Bannerman) and Sir Henry (Reginald Owen) mistake their new maid Cluny (Jennifer Jones) for a guest in Ernst Lubitsch's Cluny Brown, 1946, from a Margery Sharp novel.
Deep into a flashback taking place in the USA twenty years 'ago,' Jody (Olivia De Havilland) just barely meets handsome flier Cosgrove (John Lund), in town for a War Bond rally, in Mitchell Leisen's To Each His Own, 1946.
In one of many money-scenes, un-married Jody (Olivia De Havilland) is persuaded by father (Griff Barnett) she must not keep her child, whereupon she again fades out of her flashback, in director Mitchell Leisen's To Each His Own, 1946.
Marjorie (Doris Day) with a kewpie doll, dreaming of her absent boyfriend with a song from the Warner Bros. catalog, in On Moonlight Bay, 1951, based on Booth Tarkington's Penrod stories.
Charles Bickford as coach 'Pop' Warner continues narration from a testimonial dinner flashback, first appearance of Burt Lancaster as the grown-up title character, meeting his predecessor as B-M-O-C (Steve Cochran), in Jim Thorpe -- All-American, 1951.
Practically radio, after the credits, the dark but effective opening to Mitchell Leisen's To Each His Own, 1946, starring Olivia De Havilland, from Charles Brackett's original story.
Doris Day plausible as new-in-the-neighborhood tomboy Marjorie, baseball, catching little brother Wesley (Billy Gray) playing with guns, and meeting William (Gordon MacRae), in Warner Bros.' On Moonlight Bay, 1951.
Provocative amateur plumber Cluny (Jennifer Jones) arrives to the delight of socialite Ames (Reginald Gardiner) and philosopher Belinski (Charles Boyer) in Ernst Lubitsch's Cluny Brown, 1946.
The life of a small-town girl (Doris Day) goes ballistic in the sequel to On Moonlight Bay, By the Light of the Silvery Moon (1953).
Coach 'Pop' Warner (Charles Bickford) continuing his narration, about the time his restless track star Burt Lancaster (title character) hustled his way into the football squad, charming Margaret (Phyllis Thaxter) supporting, in Jim Thorpe -- All-American, 1951.
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