Wayne plays a brutal World War II Marine commander who leads his squad to victory in Guadalcanal. Directed by gutsy stylist Ray, this war tale is made with an unusally perceptive and humane touch.
Tying The Knot movie trailer - Directed by Jim de Seve. Genre: Documentary
Rating: Not Rated
The outbreak of the Civil War causes dissension within a family of peaceloving Quakers in rural Indiana. Nominated for Best Picture Oscar!
A small-town tomboy (Doris Day) falls for the boy-next-door in the years before World War I in On Moonlight Bay (1951).
Casey's Gift: For Love Of A Child movie trailer - starring Michael Tucker, Karen Austin, Kevin James Dobson, Bradley Michael Pierce, Belinda J. Montgomery. Genre: Family
Keechie (Cathy O'Donnell) looks after the injured and nervous Bowie (Farley Granger), who has a gift for her in Nicholas Ray's They Live By Night, 1949.
Innocent Keechie (Cathy O'Donnell) gets to know fugitive Bowie (Farley Granger) while the ringleader, her uncle Chickamaw (Howard da Silva), moves things along in Nicholas Ray's acclaimed They Live By Night, 1949.
Major Kirby (John Wayne) leads squadron (Robert Ryan, Adam York, James Dobson et al) arriving over Guadalcanal, forceful combination of color combat and movie footage by director Nicholas Ray, in Flying Leathernecks, 1951.
Major Kirby (John Wayne) introduced to squadron, just as they were preparing to celebrate Captain Griffin (Robert Ryan) getting promoted, the officers then parley, early in Nicholas Ray's Flying Leathernecks, 1951.
Marjorie (Doris Day) with a kewpie doll, dreaming of her absent boyfriend with a song from the Warner Bros. catalog, in On Moonlight Bay, 1951, based on Booth Tarkington's Penrod stories.
Movie star Jan (Doris Day) introduced with another Jule Styne/Sammy Cahn original, rehearsing in New York when her old mentor turned West Point cadet Bix (James Cagney) shows up to recruit her for his show at the academy, in The West Point Story, 1950.
Doris Day plausible as new-in-the-neighborhood tomboy Marjorie, baseball, catching little brother Wesley (Billy Gray) playing with guns, and meeting William (Gordon MacRae), in Warner Bros.' On Moonlight Bay, 1951.
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