An idealistic teacher (Glenn Ford) confronts the realities of juvenile delinquency in Blackboard Jungle (1955), directed by Richard Brooks.
A neurotic invalid (Barbara Stanwyck) accidentally overhears a phone conversation plotting her own murder in Sorry, Wrong Number (1948).
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.
The Animals, The Dave Clark Five and Stan Getz are among the performers in the teen musical Get Yourself A College Girl (1964).
Crooked doctor Kik (Leo Genn) with colleagues (Virginia Brissac, Howard Freeman, Frank Conroy, et al) arguing his case in the dining hall, in Anatole Litvak's The Snake Pit, 1948.
Inmate Virginia (Olivia De Havilland) with her internal monologue, at the inmate's social club with her caring husband Robert (Mark Stevens), in director Anatole Litvak's The Snake Pit, 1948.
Dr. Kik (Leo Genn) plays the drug-induced regression card on patient Virginia (Olivia De Havilland), and mysterious Gordon (Leif Erickson) appears in her flashback, in Anatole Litvak's The Snake Pit, 1948.
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.
Director Curtis Bernhardt with tight control of his opening, finding businessman Whitcombe (Herbert Marshall) in a bar, with his assistant (Eula Guy) at the office, then a freaky introduction of leading man Robert Taylor, in High Wall, 1947, co-starring Audrey Totter.
Under examination by a review board and seeking her release, Virginia (Olivia De Havilland) fails to exhibit stability, in Anatole Litvak's 1948 hit The Snake Pit.
Nurse Tripp (Joanne Dru) with Rev. Watson (Hugh Marlowe) and inmates (Doro Merande, Frances Brandt, Kathleen Comegys et al) when Lynn Belvedere (Clifton Webb), incognito, arrives at the rest home, in Mr. Belvedere Rings The Bell, 1951.
Narration by Jean Peters (soon appearing as 'Catherine') on the arrival of Scot Peter Marshall (Richard Todd) in the U.S. circa 1927, several genuine Atlanta area locations along the way, early in A Man Called Peter, 1955, from Catherine Marshall's own biography of her husband.
Apparent in this very early scene just how deluded Virginia (Olivia De Havilland) is, even to her fellow mental patient Grace (Celeste Holm), in Anatole Litvak's chilling The Snake Pit, 1948.
Chilling opening title sequence and speedy illustration of the problems of heroine Virginia (Olivia de Havilland), conversing with fellow mental patient Grace (Celeste Holm) in Anatole Litvak's The Snake Pit, 1948.
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