Funny vehicle for Martin, as a brain surgeon with a gold-digging wife who falls in love with the brain of a wonderful woman in need of a body. Turner is terrifically bitchy!
In Dean's final film, a young Texan becomes wealthy in the oil industry and gets into a power struggle with his former employer. Ten Academy Award nominations including Best Picture!
Acclaimed version of John Nichols' account of a Chicano farmer's attempts to irrigate his small plot of land despite the objections of fellow townspeople and New Mexico land developers. Terrific ensemble!
Killer hitcher Myers (William Talman) is getting help from hostages Collins (Edmond O'Brien) and Bowen (Frank Lovejoy) as he plans his escape along the Mexican border, when he gets an idea for a game, Ida Lupino directing, in The Hitch-Hiker, 1953.
The presence of the murderous hitcher Myers (William Talman) well-known to the audience but not to weekend-ing buddies Roy and Gilbert (Edmond O'Brien, Frank Lovejoy), as they meet along the California/Mexico border, assured direction by Ida Lupino, in The Hitch-Hiker, 1953.
From the top, calm intonations from star Barbara Stanwyck, framing her family vacation with husband Doug (Barry Sullivan) and son Bobby (Lee Aaker), John Sturges directing, in the 1953 MGM sleeper hit, Jeopardy.
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Newlywed Leslie (Elizabeth Taylor) is corrected by spouse Bick (Rock Hudson) for being too polite to Angel (Victor Millan) and other Mexicans upon her arrival in Texas in Giant, 1956.
Adventurer Mitchell (Stewart Granger) has maneuvered hostess Catherine (Grace Kelly) away from the other guests at the coffee plantation, in an early, tempestuous scene from Green Fire, 1955.
Settling in at the Mexican west coast spot below Ensenada where Bill (Barry Sullivan) used to fish with his army buddies, mom Helen (Barbara Stanwyck) also not keeping too close an eye on Bobby (Lee Aaker), in John Sturges' Jeopardy, 1953.
A Texas ranching family fights to survive changing times in Giant (1956) starring James Dean, Rock Hudson and Elizabeth Taylor.
Escorted by hired-hand Jett (James Dean), Leslie (Elizabeth Taylor) again shows unorthodox compassion for Hispanic help, visiting Mrs. Obregon (Pilar Del Rey) at 'Little Reata' in Giant, 1956, George Stevens' film from the Edna Ferber novel.
Beautiful when angry and on horseback, Cathy (Grace Kelly) tells off brother Don (John Ericson) and emerald mine partners Vic (Paul Douglas) and Rian (Stewart Granger) in MGM's Green Fire, 1955.
Attacked by bandits, mining engineer Mitchell (Stewart Granger) is taken in by coffee plantation owner Catherine (Grace Kelly), and the Padre (Robert Tafur) in an early scene from MGM's Green Fire, 1955.
Music suggests the 'Eyes of Texas' are upon the intoxicated Jett Rink (James Dean) as he's confronted during his airport-opening party by Jordan (Dennis Hopper) for insulting his Hispanic wife in Giant, 1956.
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