For Whom The Bell Tolls starring Vladimir Sokoloff, Katina Paxinou, Joseph Calleia, Akim Tamiroff, Gary Cooper, Ingrid Bergman
Fast-talking agent JACK's (Eddie Murphy) insincere patter is his chief weapon, but it irritates his assistant AARON (Clark Duke), threatens his marriage to CAROLINE (Kerry Washington) and gets him into trouble repping guru/author DR. SINJA (Cliff Curtis). Jack suffers karmic repercussions from Sinja's magical Bodhi tree, which sheds one leaf for each word Jack speaks. After one thousand words, Jack will die.
Scott Caan's coming of age story starring Kelly Lynch and Jeff Goldblum.
The curriculum at Port Chester is political correctness. The co-ed gang at the 'pit' are fed up and decide to enlighten their uptight fellow students with a celebration of self expression and beer.
Saratoga Trunk movie trailer - starring Gary Cooper, Ingrid Bergman, Flora Robson, Florence Bates, John Warburton, Jerry Austin. Directed by Sam Wood. Genre: Family
Rating: Not Rated
It movie trailer - starring Antonio Moreno, Clara Bow, William Austin, Priscilla Bonner, Jacqueline Gadsdon, Jacqueline Gadsden. Directed by Clarence Badger. Genre: Drama
Rating: Not Rated
Buffalo Bill, Wild Bill Hickock and Calamity Jane team up to stop a white man from selling guns to Indians.
Three British soldiers stationed in India contend with a revolt against their presence. Many Oscar nominations, including Best Picture!
Written by a discharged journalist as a publicity stunt, and as a parting shot at the paper’s new editor, the premise of the letter unexpectedly fires the imagination of the Bulletin’s readers and the wider American public. Its real author, Ann Mitchell (Barbara Stanwyck) who has fabricated the letter in her final column, is rehired, and now needs to find someone to play the part of the fictional “John Doe.” Gary Cooper is perfectly cast as Long John Willoughby, an injured and penniless former baseball pitcher lured into impersonating “John Doe” with the promise of medical treatment. In what would have undoubtedly been an Oscar winning performance, were it not for his own success that same year in Howard Hawk’s “Sergeant York,” Cooper excels himself here as Willoughby’s initial indifference to his undertaking turns to genuine concern at his role. But, as he becomes an increasingly culpable pawn in an ever more treacherous game, just how can “John Doe” redeem himself? The film explores a recurring notion in Capra’s work that of the universal everyman exploited by a corrupt and powerful establishment, the film’s reflections on corporate control of both the media, and of ordinary people’s lives is still a resonant social commentary as ever.
Inept, saddle-shy man rides into a western town only to be mistaken for a notorious badman in this engaging cowboy comedy.
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