A young man's plan to forego college education to marry his teenage sweetheart becomes complicated when the boy's father intervenes.
Sentenced to 30 days cooling his heels in the Duck Creek cooler for speeding, Manhattan playboy Rick Belrow Livingston decides he doesn't like anything about small towns... until he meets small town girl Cindy Kimbell.
Oscar-winner James Stewart ("It's A Wonderful Life," "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington," "Vertigo") stars in the title role as a jailed bootlegger who invents the famed rifle and gains his freedom. Co-starring Oscar-nominee Jean Hagen ("Singin' in the Rain," "The Asphalt Jungle") and James Arness (TV's "Gunsmoke").
Based on the novel by Victor Hugo. The fanatical Inspector Javert Relentlessly pursues Jean Valjean, an ex-convict trying to go straight.
Oscar-winner James Stewart stars in the title role as a jailed bootlegger who invents the famed rifle and gains his freedom. Co-starring Jean Hagen and James Arness.
A college basketball star collaborates with organized crime and becomes involved in point shaving. A sportswriter tries to get him back on the right track.
A Caribbean vacation is the perfect cure for Mr. Peabody's mid-life crisis, particularly when he discovers his villa comes complete with a lovely mermaid. But soon Mrs. Peabody suspects something fishy is going on.
In a terrible stagecoach collision, young Dickie Ray (Hyatt) breaks his back and loses his father. Red Ryder (Lane), his aunt Duchess, and Little Beaver (Blake) take the orphan in. The boy needs an operation with consent from his aunt May. It seems the "accident" was staged to kill Felton, who had blocked stage owner Big Bill's efforts to control all communication lines between Elkhorn and Denver. Aunt May and the new land commissioner are due to arrive on the same stage coach, but Big Bill has them kidnapped and replaced with his own people, Wally and Beautiful (Stewart). Dickey Ray survives the operation and Big Bill's plans are exposed, but Beautiful, who felt guilty over the deception, takes a bullet from Big Bill meant for Little Beaver.