The Monkey's Uncle -- A student is able to save Midvale College's football reputation using his radical invention.
The Monkey's Uncle -- Midvale College is in fear of losing it's college football team. The players have grades lower than the norm...
Maisie Goes To Reno (1944) for the eighth in the series and tries to stop a soldier and his wife from divorcing.
Jeanne (Kim Novak) loses a beauty carnival beauty contest but complains and wins a consolation from owner Sal Satori (Jeff Chandler) in this early scene from director George Sidney's bio-pic Jeanne Eagels, 1957.
Ronald Reagan is a spy who infiltrates a North Korean POW camp in Prisoner of War (1954).
Prisoner of War -- PRISONER OF WAR is a story of faith, family and freedom. A U.S. Air Force fighter pilot reaches out to find hope when everything has been lost. This film honors those who have given some, and some who have given all in war.
Professor Brainard (Fred MacMurray) and Biff (Tommy Kirk) have gone big time, flying to the Pentagon in their Flubber-powered car in the opening from Son of Flubber, 1963.
The Secretary of Defense (Edward Andrews), using timeless political lingo, counsels Professor Brainard (Fred MacMurray) not to settle for small change in Disney's Son of Flubber, 1963.
Betsy (Nancy Olson) is surprised when her old flame Shelby (Elliott Reid) brings Desiree (Joanna Moore), who used to date her husband Ned (Fred MacMurray) to dinner in Son of Flubber, 1963.
Professor Brainard (Fred MacMurray) conducts his first test of his new invention the 'Weather Gun,' getting his dog in trouble, in Disney's Son of Flubber, 1963.
Upon watching a sales film for a prospective Flubber-based floor product, Professor Brainard (Fred MacMurray) blows it with financier Hurley (Ken Murray) in Disney's Son of Flubber, 1963.
Whistling In The Dark movie trailer - starring Virginia Grey, Ann Rutherford, Red Skelton, Conrad Veidt, Rags Ragland. Directed by S. Sylvan Simon. Genre: Comedy
Trailer for the 1957 classic Jeanne Eagels.
A poor but beautiful girl named Jeanne takes part in a beauty contest but fails to be crowned its queen. Nevertheless both her determination and her shapely figure impress Sal Satori, the organizer, so much that he gives her a job as a carnival dancer. He becomes her friend and, before long, her great love. However, being a hootchie-kootchie dancer is not Jeanne's dream: she wants to be an actress. That is why Jeanne takes advantage of the Satori company being in New York to consult a renowned drama teacher, Mrs. Neilson. Jeanne goes onto become one of Holywood s legendary silent screen stars. But her life becomes an exercise in tragedy.
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