The Eddy Duchin Story movie trailer - starring James Whitmore, Kim Novak, Rex Thompson, Victoria Shaw, Tyrone Power, Shepperd Strudwick. Directed by George Sidney. Genre: Drama
Rating: Not Rated
Uncork the complete first season of Falcon Crest, the popular, long-running series centered on the rich vineyards and richer people of Northern California's wine country. Academy Award winner Jane Wyman stars as winery matriarch Angela Channing, who will let nothing - family, honor, the law - stand between her and power. Co-stars include Robert Foxworth as Chase Gioberti, Angela's upstanding nephew and rival, and Lorenzo Lamas as Lance Cumson, Angela's scheming, playboy grandson. Meet the characters, indulge in the lifestyle, savor the first of nine seasons of vintage television melodrama.
Picnic movie trailer - starring William Holden, Cliff Robertson, Kim Novak, Rosalind Russell, Susan Strasberg, Betty Field. Directed by Joshua Logan. Genre: Drama
Entertaining musical comedy about a singer who woos a wealthy socialite in order to get her to finance his nightclub. Wonderful score by Rodgers and Hart!
Lust, schemes and murder fuel the passionate feud between factions of an extended family for control of a Northern California winery, Falcon Crest.
Picking up his long dreamed-of Stutz Bearcat, now-successful pianist Eddy (Tyrone Power) jousts with manager Lou (James Whitmore), then splits for the Manhattan party hosted by the snooty aunt and uncle of his designer friend Marjorie (Kim Novak), in The Eddy Duchin Story, 1956.
Tax lawyer Robert (Jack Lemmon) is reminiscing for the benefit of his old navy buddy and new roommate Charlie (Jack Carson) about early days in New York with radio writer Nina (Judy Holliday), now his ex-wife, in playwright George Axelrod's Phffft, 1954.
Scene in which we finally meet the mother (Glenda Farrell) and young sister (Jan Norris), along with friend Marilyn (Lee Grant), of divorcee` Betty (Kim Novak), who's marrying her boss Jerry (Fredric March), in Middle Of The Night, 1959, written by Paddy Chayefsky.
The morning after his bumpy but good debut at a Manhattan casino, pianist Eddy (Tyrone Power) drops by to thank new friend and decorator Marjorie (Kim Novak), who got him the gig, meeting her affluent aunt and uncle (Frieda Inescort, Shepperd Strudwick), in The Eddy Duchin Story, 1956.
Credits having navigated in through Manhattan's garment district, meeting Kim Novak as receptionist 'Betty,' Fredric March as boss 'Jerry,' Ruby Bond, Lou Gilbert and Albert Dekker his crew, Delbert Mann directing from Paddy Chayefsky's screenplay, in Middle Of The Night, 1959.
The opening scene, Mark Robson directing from this slightly less cynical work by playwright and screenwriter George Axelrod, Jack Lemmon and Judy Holliday as young soon-to-be-ex marrieds Robert and Nina, in Phffft, 1954.
Widower Manhattan apparel executive Jerry (Fredric March) not chatting but negotiating with divorced employee Betty (Kim Novak) about their romantic prospects, exactly as you'd expect in a Paddy Chayefsky script from his own play, in Middle Of The Night, 1959.
A married architect (Kirk Douglas) and a neglected wife (Kim Novak) begin an affair in Strangers When We Meet (1960).
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