Scaramouche (1923) movie trailer - starring Lewis Stone, Ramon Novarro, Lloyd Ingraham, Julia Swayne Gordon, Alice Terry, George Siegmann. Directed by Rex Ingram. Theatrical Release Date: 1/1/1923
Rating: Not Rated
Two fugitives (Mel Ferrer, John Kerr) hide out in a vineyard in The Vintage (1957).
Detailed chronicle of the Allied forces' D-Day assault on the beaches of Normandy in 1944. Great war epic was nominated for Best Picture Academy Award!
When Christabel (Joan Fontaine) comes to live with her cousin Donna Foster (Joan Leslie) she fools everyone with her sugary exterior. But soon the calculating, rapacious Christabel begins to sow seeds of discontent between Donna and her wealthy fiance Curtis (Zachary Scott) by convincing Curtis that his fiance is a gold-digger. When their engagement is broken and Donna leaves for London, Christabel tricks Curtis into marrying her. But it is only his money that Christabel is passionate about because she is in love with Nick (Robert Ryan), a rugged writer who loves her in return, but hates her for what she had done and who she is.
A woman of beauty...who wielded ruthless power over men!
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.
The Fall Of The Roman Empire movie trailer - starring Christopher Plummer, James Mason, Sophia Loren, Alec Guinness, Stephen Boyd, John Ireland. Directed by Anthony Mann. Genre: Action-Adventure
Rating: Not Rated
A black man (Harry Belafonte), a white woman (Inger Stevens) and a white man (Mel Ferrer) are the only people left alive after a nuclear disaster.
A cowboy (Arthur Kennedy) infiltrates a bandit hideaway - the Chuck-a-Luck - in search of his girlfriend's killer in Rancho Notorious (1952), Fritz Lang's cult Western featuring Marlene Dietrich in one of her definitive screen portrayals.
An all-star cast including John Wayne and Henry Fonda in a re-creation of the D-Day invasion on The Longest Day (1962).
Busy opening from director Jean Renoir, though with few edits, Paris on Bastille Day, circa 1880, Princess Elena (Ingrid Bergman) with suitor Lionel (Jean Claudio), maid Lolotte (Magali Noel) and companion Baroness Olga (Olga Valery), from Elena And Her Men, 1956.
First scene for Lenore (Eleanor Parker), an actress hiding her background, en route to marry sausage merchant Vanneau (Howard Freeman) when her rogue ex-boyfriend Andre (Stewart Granger) catches up, pre-Revolutionary France, in MGM's Scaramouche, 1952.
Newly allied crooks Talman (Richard Crenna), Carlino (Jack Weston) and Roat (Alan Arkin) hide, as the blind heroine Susy (Audrey Hepburn) makes her first appearance, in Wait Until Dark, 1967.
Audrey Hepburn is Rima, the Bird Woman of the Amazon rain forest in the romantic adventure Green Mansions (1959) co-starring Anthony Perkins.
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