Capra's classic adaptation of Kaufman and Hart's story of an offbeat New York family. Winner of Best Picture Oscar!
Renegade Girl movie trailer - starring Jack Holt, Edward Brophy, Alan Curtis, Ann Savage, Russell Wade. Directed by William Berke. Theatrical Release Date: 12/25/1946
Rating: Not Rated
Billy The Kid movie trailer - starring Johnny Mack Brown, Wallace Beery, Kay Johnson. Directed by King Vidor. Genre: Western
Rating: Not Rated
Classic "beauty and the beast" tale, highlighted by the incredible ape's climb atop the Empire State Building. Kong is every bit as sympathetic as he is terrifying!
Psychological study of an untried young Union soldier who panics in his first encounter with the enemy but regains his courage and emerges a hero. Based on Stephen Crane's novel.
Scarlet Street movie trailer - starring Edward G. Robinson, Dan Duryea, Margaret Lindsay, Rosalind Ivan, Joan Bennett. Directed by Fritz Lang. Theatrical Release Date: 12/28/1945
'It takes all kinds of critters to make Farmer Vincent's fritters' at Motel Hell (1980).
Opening credits and Kirby (Edward Arnold) hustling into the bank where he reports on plans to corner the munitions market, in Frank Capra's You Can't Take it with You, 1938, from the Kaufman and Hart play.
Investor Luther (Frank Morgan), tailor Ferdie (Curt Bois) and especially Karen (Hedy Lamarr) are witness to the spectacle of Big John (Clark Gable) and Square John (Spencer Tracy) teaming up again, in Boom Town, 1940.
No edits in this piece from the original Kaufman & Hart play, with Alice (Jean Arthur) and Tony (James Stewart) conversing on a park bench in Frank Capra's You Can't Take it with You, 1938.
Square John (Spencer Tracy) splashes into town having struck oil, telling partner Big John (Clark Gable), who tells Betsy (Claudette Colbert), who has news for them both, in Boom Town, 1940.
A horse thief married for profit, but doesn't reckon with his wife's determination to reform him in Jackass Mail (1942) starring Wallace Beery.
Opening credits and scene in which Lang (Byron Foulger) brings Doctor Savaard (Boris Karloff) his contraption and guniea-pig Bob (Stanley Brown) reassures girlfriend Betty (Ann Doran) in The Man They Could Not Hang, 1939.
Cop Ralph Bellamy (as 'Lt. Everett') covers a lot of ground as Mary (Maureen O'Sullivan) brings evidence that her condemned husband is innocent, though the D-A (Stanley Ridges) and police chief (Henry Kolker) are not persuaded, in Let Us Live, 1939.
Coming off a tense encounter with his family at a fancy restaurant, Tony (James Stewart) teases fiance` Alice (Jean Arthur), setting off a new crisis in Frank Capra's You Can't Take It with You, 1938.
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