Naval commander Gig Young gets mixed up with widow Shirley Jones and her three children in the comedy A Ticklish Affair (1963).
Sheriff Will Blue (Henry Fonda) and saloon entertainer Molly (Janice Rule) make a tentative approach to the Man from Bodie (Aldo Ray) who threatens to destroy their town in Welcome to Hard Times, 1967.
Doris Day is Ellen, still in Navy dungarees, returning home to her daughters (Pami Lee, Leslie Farrell), who have idea she's been rescued after five years on a desert island, her mother-in-law (Thelma Ritter) shocked, in the re-make of My Favorite Wive, Move Over, Darling, 1963.
Following a contretemps at the Beverly Hills Hotel, Ellen (Doris Day) flees in a convertible as husband Nick (James Garner) grabs a cab, climaxing in Doris getting run through a car wash, in the 1963 re-make of My Favorite Wive, Move Over, Darling.
George Washington McLintock (John Wayne) visits his estranged wife Katherine (Maureen O'Hara) in her hotel room, where they argue about their daughter, in McLintock!, 1963.
Doris Day and James Garner in a color, widescreen remake of My Favorite Wife, Move Over, Darling (1963).
A portion of the climactic brawl between G. W. McLintock (John Wayne) and his wife Katherine (Maureen O'Hara) from McLintock!, (1963).
Critical dramatic turn as Steve (Joel McCrea) discovers Gil (Randolph Scott) and Heck (Ron Starr) about to make off with the gold, in Sam Peckinpah's Ride The High Country, 1962.
Tomboy Elsa (Mariette Hartley) jumps into action when Gil (Randolph Scott), Steve (Joel McCrea) and Heck (Ron Starr) seek shelter from her dad (R.G. Armstrong) in Sam Peckinpah's Ride The High Country, 1962.
The bouncy opening credits sequence from the John Wayne-Maureen O'Hara vehicle McLintock!, (1963) introducing Drago (Chill Wills), Curley (Hank Worden) and, briefly, the leading man.
Early scene in which Steve Judd (Joel McCrea) happens to meet fellow old-gunslinger Gil Westrum (Randolph Scott) running a semi-scam, in Sam Peckinpah's Ride The High Country, 1962.
Ironies abound in the opening to Sam Peckinpah's Western Ride The High Country, 1962, with Joel McCrea playing some comedy, the introduction of co-star Randolph Scott coming soon.
A stray dog sets out to rescue two kidnapped children in Benji (1974), directed by Joe Camp and starring Christopher Connelly.
Two aging gunslingers (Randolph Scott, Joel McCrea) sign on to transport gold from a remote mining town in Ride the High Country (1962).
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