A well meaning space alien lands on the Earth to deliver his message of peace and the dangers of nuclear weapons. Great special effects, especially his robot pal, Gort.
The Terror - Roger Corman's haunting tale of mistaken identity gets the Elvira treatment as she lampoons the performances of Boris Karloff and Jack Nicholson.
A wealthy heir finds himself falling in love with the young French woman being groomed to become his mistress. Winner of 9 Academy Awards, including Best Picture!
A doctor helps an Indian from being swindled by crooks scheming to take over his oil-rich land.
A neurotic invalid (Barbara Stanwyck) accidentally overhears a phone conversation plotting her own murder in Sorry, Wrong Number (1948).
Actor Alec Baldwin is TCM's Guest Programmer joining Robert Osborne for an introduction and comments on director Anatole Litvak's Sorry, Wrong Number, 1948, starring Barbara Stanwyck.
Leslie Caron (title character) gets a lesson in dining room etiquette from her Aunt Alicia (Isabel Jeans) in this scene from Gigi, 1958, directed by Vincente Minnelli.
First scene for Daniele Delorme (title character), in training with her devoted grandmother Alicia (Gaby Morlay), in director Jacqueline Audry's original French version of Gigi, 1948, from the story by Colette.
A high school teacher (Glenn Ford) is threatened by a switchblade welding student (Vic Morrow) in Blackboard Jungle (1955), co-starring Sidney Poitier.
An idealistic teacher (Glenn Ford) confronts the realities of juvenile delinquency in Blackboard Jungle (1955), directed by Richard Brooks.
Courtesan in training Daniele Delorme (title character) with family friend Gaston (Frank Villard) at the skating rink, where she disses his mistress Liane (Madeleine Rousset), busy with a lesson, in the original French Gigi, 1948.
After successful brain surgery which he long resisted, war vet and father Kenet (Robert Taylor), still believing he killed his wife, seeks release, doctors Lorrison (Audrey Totter), Poward (Warner Anderson) and especially Dunlap (Moroni Olsen) evaluating, in High Wall, 1947.
Brain trauma patient, war vet and dad Kenet (Robert Taylor), institutionalized for killing his wife and believing he's guilty, with guard Delaney (Ray Mayer) then doctor Ann Lorrison (Audrey Totter), complex tensions in director Curtis Bernhardt's High Wall, 1947.
Touring author Lynn Belvedere (Clifton Webb) with agent Emmett (young, pre-blacklist Zero Mostel), launching a scheme to investigate old age, in Mr. Belvedere Rings The Bell, 1951.
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