The Children's Hour movie trailer - starring James Garner, Shirley MacLaine, Fay Bainter, Audrey Hepburn, Miriam Hopkins, Karen Balkin. Directed by William Wyler. Genre: Drama
Rating: Not Rated
Our Time movie trailer - starring Parker Stevenson, Pamela Sue Martin, Edith Atwater, Roderick Cook, George O'Hanlon Jr., Betsy Slade. Directed by Peter Hyams. Genre: Drama
In the twenties, a schoolteacher creates a national furor by teaching evolution in his class in Inherit the Wind (1960), directed by Stanley Kramer and starring Spencer Tracy and Fredric March.
A Wyoming farmer (Henry Fonda) fights to build a better life for his oldest son on Spencer's Mountain (1963).
Preliminaries in the rural Tennessee trial over the teaching of evolution in public school, heavyweight lawyers Brady (Fredric March) and Drummond (Spencer Tracy) with a jury candidate (Gordon Polk), Harry Morgan presiding, Dick York the accused, in Stanley Kramer's Inherit The Wind, 1960.
Drummond (Spencer Tracy), based on lawyer Clarence Darrow, with Gene Kelly his newsman sidekick, arrives at the rural hotel where he meets both Mrs. (Florence Eldridge) and his opponent Mr. Brady (Fredric March) who are, it turns out, old friends, before the evolution trial, in Inherit The Wind
Spoiled student Mary (Karen Balkin) teases influential Grandmother Tilford (Fay Bainter) with lurid suggestions about her teachers in William Wyler's The Children's Hour, 1961, from Lillian Hellman's play.
New on the Connecticut tobacco farm scene is bicycling Paige (Sharon Hugueny), who visits with hunky new hand Parrish (Troy Donahue), then returns home where her father Judd (Karl Malden) is busy abusing her brothers (Hampton Fancher, David Knapp), in Delmer Daves' Parrish, 1961.
A TCM original on our October, 2012 Star Of The Month, Spencer Tracy, and his performance in Inherit The Wind, 1960, airing Monday the 29th at 8pm ET.
Much foreshadowing as Karen (Audrey Hepburn) delivers exciting news to teaching-partner Martha (Shirley MacLaine), unaware of the diabolical Mary (Karen Balkin) eavesdropping in The Children's Hour, 1961, from Lillian Hellman's play.
Opening title sequence and first scene from William Wyler's The Children's Hour, 1961, introduces the Wright-Dobie School and a musical performance led by Aunt Lily (Miriam Hopkins).
New in town title character (Troy Donahue) stops by to tell his mom (Claudette Colbert) he's found a job and won't have to share her Connecticut tobacco farm staff apartment, then joins local Lucy (Connie Stevens) to survey his new digs, early in Delmer Daves' Parrish, 1961.
Indians, soldiers and temperance women fight to control a wagon train hauling whiskey along The Hallelujah Trail (1965).
Opening in which we learn the title is the given name of the protagonist (Troy Donahue), who does some exposition with 'Skipper' (John McGovern), then travels with his mother (Claudette Colbert), met by 'Teet' (Dub Taylor), from Delmer Daves' Parrish, 1961.
First scene for tobacco heiress Alison (Diane McBain) arriving to meet her newly hired live-in chaperone Ellen (Claudette Colbert), then greeted by her ever-worried father Sala (Dean Jagger), in Delmer Daves' Parrish, 1961.
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