A New York patrolman sees police-academy potential in a klutz mistaken for a street-gang hoodlum.
Dr. Goldfoot And The Bikini Machine movie trailer - starring Vincent Price, Fred Clark, Frankie Avalon, Dwayne Hickman, Jack Mullaney, Susan Hart. Directed by Norman Taurog. Genre: Action-Adventure
The Man Who Knew Too Much -- James Stewart and Doris Day give magnificent performances as Ben and Jo McKenna, an American couple vacationing in Morocco, whose son is kidnapped and taken to England. Caught up in international espionage, the McKennas' lives hang in the balance as they race to save their son in the chilling, climactic showdown in London's famous Royal Albert Hall.
The Man Who Knew Too Much -- A family vacationing in Morocco accidentally stumble on to an assassination plot and the conspirators are determined to prevent them from interfering.
Jean Kerr's book Please Don't Eat The Daisies (1960) was made into this hit film starring Doris Day and David Niven.
Establishing the trials of family life in the city, plus mother Kate (Doris Day) in black negligee, with sons (Charles Herbert, Flip Mark, Baby Gellert, Stanley Livingston), the opening of Please Don't Eat The Daisies, 1960.
Kate (Doris Day) finally wins over Lawrence (David Niven) to a move to the country, comedy with sons (Charles Herbert, Flip Mark, Stanley Livingston, Baby Gellert) and maid (Patsy Kelly) ensues, in Please Don't Eat The Daisies, 1960.
From a scene with co-star Marlon Brando and fellow Nazis peacefully taking Paris, to New York, where we meet notably un-youthful Michael (Dean Martin) and Noah (Montgomery Clift) at the draft board, with differing intentions, in Edward Dmytryk's The Young Lions, 1958, from the Irwin Shaw nove... more
Reticent Nazi officer Christian (Marlon Brando), unhappy policing civilians in occupied Paris, asks for a transfer from his friend and superior officer Hardenburg (Maximiliam Schell), in The Young Lions, 1958, Edward Dmytryk directing, from Irwin Shaw's novel.
The second scene, New Year's 1938 in the Bavarian Alps, where ski instructor Christian (Marlon Brando) has convinced visiting American Margaret (Barbara Rush) to stay for the party, ugly politics intruding, in Edward Dmytryk's The Young Lions, 1958, from the Irwin Shaw novel.
New York, 1940, singer Michael (Dean Martin) hosting a party at his swanky apartment, girlfriend Margaret (Barbara Rush) entertaining new friend Noah (Montgomery Clift), who spills some beans then gets introduced to Hope (Hope Lange), in The Young Lions, 1958.
Casually introduced by Chuck Berry and Alan Freed (playing themselves), young Ricardo Valenzuela (a.k.a. Ritchie Valens) performs his own Ooh My Head, in Go, Johnny, Go!, 1959.
Julie (Sandy Stewart) and Johnny (Jimmy Clanton) are interrupted by Jackie Wilson, performing his hit You'd Better Know It, in DJ Alan Freed's rock'n'roll talent showcase Go, Johnny, Go!, 1959.
Alan Freed (the famous DJ, rock promoter and the man behind this movie) introduces Eddie Cochran, performing his own composition, the minor hit Teenage Heaven, in Go, Johnny, Go!, 1959.
Chuck Berry in his one straight-up performance in the film, his Little Queenie, with DJ buddy and the man behind the movie, Alan Freed, on drums, in Go, Johnny, Go!, 1959.
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