A young actress stops at nothing to become a Broadway star - even when that means battling an aging leading lady. Witty repartee abounds, winner of six Oscars including Best Picture.
Earp is trying to keep the town quiet about the $100,000 loan.
Happy at breakfast, foster child Jane (Iris Mann) with the other Rose kids (George Winslow, Gay Gordon et al) when the call comes from the adoption agency, mom Anna (Betsy Drake) and dad George (Cary Grant) bearing up, in Norman Taurog's Room For One More, 1952.
Now too small to get anyone's attention, presumed dead by his wife and supporters, Scott (Grant Williams) is stuck in the basement and desperate for food, in director Jack Arnold's The Incredible Shrinking Man, 1957, from Richard Matheson's novel and screenplay.
Celeste Holm, Hugh Marlowe and Gregory Ratoff stand back as Margo (Bette Davis) delivers her famous line in All About Eve, 1950, then joins George Sanders and Marilyn Monroe.
Hero Scott (Grant Williams) still narrating, his mild but unexplained loss in stature being investigated, doctor Silver (Raymond Bailey) breaking the news, wife Louise (Randy Stuart) at his side, in The Incredible Shrinking Man, 1957.
Karen (Celeste Holm) introudces Margo (Bette Davis), Lloyd (Hugh Marlowe) and Birdie (Thelma Ritter) to Eve (Anne Baxter), who then enthralls most of them with her story in All About Eve, 1950.
Narration by star Grant Williams, notably grim as he enjoys a slightly ribald exchange on a borrowed yacht with his wife (Randy Stuart), opening director Jack Arnold's The Incredible Shrinking Man, 1957, from Richard Matheson's story and screenplay.
Margo (Bette Davis) forgets professional etiquette in accommodating starstruck Eve (Anne Baxter), alarming aide Birdie (Thelma Ritter) and leading to a revealing moment in All About Eve, 1950.
His new size revealed in preceding scenes, and the press now onto the story, Scott (Grant Williams) losing his cool, with wife Louise (Randy Stuart), as the trick shots continue, in director Jack Arnold's The Incredible Shrinking Man, 1957.
Professor Barnes (Edmund Gwenn) who, as far as we know, is still secretly planning to take his own life, is welcomed to his attic, where grateful G-I Bill student Jason (William Holden) and wife Peggy (Jeanne Crain) have just moved in, in Apartment For Peggy, 1948.
Director Bill (Gary Merrill) and critic Addison (George Sanders) hold court for the plucky Miss Caswell (Marilyn Monroe) and the ambitious Eve (Anne Baxter) in Joseph L. Mankiewicz' All About Eve, 1950.
Strapped dad George 'Poppy' Rose (Cary Grant) rousing wife Anna (Betsy Drake), who forgot to tell him about her visit to the adoption agency, young Jane (Iris Mann, her first scene) and Miss Kenyon (Lurene Tuttle) waiting downstairs, early in Room For One More, 1952.
All About Eve -- An ingenue insinuates herself in to the company of an established but aging stage actress and her circle of theater friends.
Whirlpool -- Trailer for this psychological drama
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