1776 movie trailer - starring William Daniels, Ken Howard, Howard Da Silva, Donald Madden, David Ford. Directed by Peter Hunt. Genre: Drama
Francis Ford Coppola's treatment of the F. Scott Fitzgerald novel about a wealthy 1920s bootlegger who attempts to renew his love affair with a woman who has since married.
Another night, another club. Jigger Pine's quintet is sockin' 'em solid before hopping a boxcar to the next gig. Not much money in this life. But plenty of tumult involving a criminal (Lloyd Nolan), a songbird (Priscilla Lane), a siren (Betty Field) and those Blues in the Night (the famed title tune and other songs are by Harold Arlen and Johnny Mercer.) Anatole Litvak (The Snake Pit) directs this work packed with future filmmakers: scripter Robert Rossen (The Hustler), actors-turned-directors Richard Whorf (numerous TV series) and Elia Kazan (A Streetcar Named Desire), and Don Siegel (Dirty Harry), who provides the film's montages. Check your pulse if one of Siegel's inventive sequences doesn't provoke gasps of amazement!
Juke Girl movie trailer - starring Alan Hale, Ronald Reagan, Gene Lockhart, Ann Sheridan, George Tobias, Richard Whorf. Genre: Drama
Rating: Not Rated
A group of ordinary citizens risk life and limb when they go on a frantic search to find stolen money buried under a big 'W'. All star cast loaded with amusing cameos.
A group of greedy clowns tear up the countryside in search of buried treasure in It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (1963) featuring an all-star cast including Spencer Tracy, Sid Caesar, Milton Berle & Jonathan Winters.
Ron Holgate as the boisterous Richard Henry Lee leads John Adams (William Daniels) and Ben Franklin (Howard Da Silva) in Sherman Edwards' The Lees of Old Virginia from 1776, 1972.
Milton Berle and Buddy Hackett appear in this previously unseen commercial created by Stan Freberg for It's A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (1963).
Part-Indian Max (Steve McQueen) getting schooled by retired gunman Jonas Cord (Brian Keith) about the futility of his plan to avenge the murder of his parents, in Henry Hathaway's Nevada Smith, 1966.
Opening title credits and first scene featuring William Daniels (as John Adams) from Jack L. Warner's final production, the musical 1776, 1972, directed by Peter H. Hunt, songs by Sherman Edwards.
Spencer Tracy and an all-star comedy cast appear in It's A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (1963), one of The Essentials, hosted by Robert Osborne and Carrie Fisher.
America's founding fathers work out their differences over the Declaration of Independence through song in the musical 1776 (1972).
Intense cruelty from big actors (Martin Landau, Arthur Kennedy, Karl Malden) as bandits assaulting the parents of Max Sand (Steve McQueen) who arrives too late, in Nevada Smith (1966), directed by Henry Hathaway.
Opening credit sequence for director Anthony Mann's Border Incident, 1949, with Ricardo Montalban, followed by narration about migrant Braceros. The cinematography is by John Alton (Telluride Film Festival honoree 1993).
For the 40th Anniversary of It's A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (1963), TCM presents Sid Caesar in an original commercial created by Stan Freberg.
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