Force Of Arms movie trailer - starring William Holden, Gene Evans, Frank Lovejoy, Nancy Olson, Dick Wesson, Paul Picerni. Directed by Michael Curtiz. Genre: Drama
Following the Civil War, the state of Texas, needing money, sells land to a syndicate of northerners headed by Judd Hastings (Ray Teal). When Hastings demands the land, and the squatters refuses to vacate, the governor sends Mike McGann (Dennis Morgan) to settle the issues. Eventually, McGann gets the ranchers to move on to other areas with their cattle, which Hastings also covets. McGann also falls in love with Hastings' daughter, Marian (Amanda Blake).
Based on a true story, this documentary-style caper film follows a federal agent on a dangerous assignment -- he must go underground to flush out a nefarious spy ring. Leonard Maltin praises this suspenseful political tales as "low key, and effective." Starring Frank Lovejoy ("Home of the Brave," "House of Wax"), favorite '50s quiz show guest Dorothy Hart and Philip Carey ("Calamity Jane," "Dead Ringer").
Television chronicle of the legendary markswoman and her relationship with western hero Wild Bill Hickock.
Court-martialed Union major Kearney (Gary Cooper) getting snarky with ex-colleagues (Paul Kelly, Lon Chaney Jr., Philip Carey) at a horse sale, then surprised when wife Erin (Phyllis Thaxter) arrives with news of their son, in Springfield Rifle, 1952.
Bette Davis vs. her evil twin in Dead Ringer (1964), a thriller directed by her former Now, Voyager co-star Paul Henreid.
Civil War veteran and aspiring preacher Fargo (Van Heflin) with Georgina (Allison Hayes), an unhappy ex-girlfriend, then with tomboy Lissy (Joanne Woodward), temporary roommate in the church he's building, in Count Three And Pray, 1955.
Paul Henreid narrating as W. Somerset Maugham's Philip Carey, in turn-of-the-century Paris, describing his own circumstances and meeting writer Nora Nesbit (Alexis Smith), opening the 1946 Warner Bros.' version of Of Human Bondage.
Narrating again, under-cover man Matt Cvetic (Frank Lovejoy) let's us know what the Reds (James Millican, Konstantin Shayne) are really up to, with racial insults, in I Was A Communist For The FBI, 1951.
Paul Henreid again narrating as failed artist Philip Carey, describing his second visit to meet sparky London waitress Mildred (Eleanor Parker), Joan Winfield her colleague, in director Edmund Goulding's 1946 version of W. Somerset Maugham's Of Human Bondage.
Having replaced her rough buckskins with a softer cleaner set, with a new hairdo and Joel McCrea's horse, which he loaned to her for the picture, Doris Day (title character) offers the Sammy Fain and Paul Francis Webster original that became one of her signature songs, in Calamity Jane, 1953.
Taking yet another insult resulting from his cover story, G-man Matt Cvetic (Frank Lovejoy) has a most explicit crisis of conscience, in I Was A Communist For The FBI, 1951.
The specter of the vaguely Germanic villain Eisler is raised in the opening to the Warner Bros. Cold War drama I Was A Communist For The FBI, 1951, starring Frank Lovejoy.
Opening scenes, Philip Carey (Leslie Howard) in Paris confers with art teacher Flourney (Adrian Rosley) setting events in motion in John Cromwell's still-definitive Of Human Bondage, 1934, from the W.S. Maugham novel.
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