Scarlet Street movie trailer - starring Edward G. Robinson, Dan Duryea, Margaret Lindsay, Rosalind Ivan, Joan Bennett. Directed by Fritz Lang. Theatrical Release Date: 12/28/1945
Maybe It's Love movie trailer - starring Gloria Stuart, Ross Alexander, Frank McHugh. Directed by William McGann. Genre: Comedy
Vampire Barnabas Collins returns to Collinwood after being released from his chained coffin. A seance is held at Collinwood to reach the mysterious ghost of Sarah Collins. The beautiful but jealous witch puts a spell on Barnabas. Barnabas and Dr. Julia Hoffman uncover the secret of the werewolf. Quentin Collins rises as a zombie. Reverend Trask attempts an exorcism. A costume party is held at Collinwood with dramatic results. Barnabas and Julia discover that two members of the Collins family have gone insane. Maggie Evans becomes the victim of a vampire. Quentin asks governess Daphne Harridge to save the children who are possessed. Barnabas attacks Roxanne Drew and places her under his power.
The opening not from Ernest Hemingway's short story but as devised by director Zoltan Korda and his screenwriters, Gregory Peck as African hunter Wilson, Joan Bennett the bereaved wife Margaret, Reginald Denny as colonial policeman Smollet, in The Macomber Affair, 1947.
When medical school-drop-out-turned-master-criminal John Muller (Paul Henreid) puts together a major casino heist, not everything goes as planned.
Mississippi -- Tomorrow is Joe Figeroa's 62nd birthday. It's a very special day. A day he has been anxiously awaiting for the past four years. He plans on being the first one on line at the social security office. He's determined to never work again. He says he wants to
George Arliss won the second Academy Award for Best Actor portraying Disraeli (1929), co-starring Joan Bennett.
Sultry gang-moll Hilda (Joan Bennett), visiting her housekeeper mother (Peggy Wood), introduces herself to off-balance host and aspiring-reporter Robert (John Hubbard), who was expecting a youngster, in The Housekeeper's Daughter, 1939.
An uncredited actor as William Gladstone orates while the title character (George Arliss) and Prime Minister dozes, then rallies, in an early scene from Warner Bros.' Disraeli, 1929.
Opening credits and a scene in a notably sunny Hyde Park, in the early talkie Disraeli, 1929, from Warner Bros., starring George Arliss in his Academy Award-winning role.
The animals, though not the actors, are in East Africa, Hunter Wilson (Gregory Peck) guiding Margo (Joan Bennett) and Francis (Robert Preston), whom we know will not survive, Macomber on the first night of their safari, in The Macomber Affair, 1947, from an Ernest Hemingway story.
Stars Warner Baxter and Joan Bennett scarcely seen here, point being they're on the town, seeing the credited 'Cotton Club Singers,' with a tune by Paul Francis Webster and Louis Alter, as staged by Seymour Felix, part of an extended musical break in 'Walter Wanger's' Vogues Of 1938, 1937.
In Kenya, hunter Wilson (Gregory Peck) is filling out the report on the shooting death of his client Macomber (Robert Preston), whom we meet in flashback, attitudes from Ernest Hemingway's original story emerging, in director Zoltan Korda's The Macomber Affair, 1947.
Topper (Roland Young) tries to patch up his marriage with a trip to France, where he's pursued by a glamorous ghost (Joan Bennett), in the first 'Topper' sequel, Topper Takes A Trip, 1941.
Night-club boss Steve (George Raft) steps in when singer Babe (June Knight) is offended by the new girl Brenda (Joan Bennett), early in producer Walter Wanger's rarely-seen The House Across The Bay, 1940.
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