The Gay Deceivers movie trailer - starring Brooke Bundy, Michael Greer, Kevin Coughlin, Larry Casey, Jo Ann Harris. Directed by Bruce Kessler. Genre: Comedy
Carson City movie trailer - starring Randolph Scott, Lucille Norman, Raymond Massey, Richard Webb, Don Beddoe, James Millican. Genre: Western
Rating: Not Rated
This Woman Is Dangerous movie trailer - starring Joan Crawford, Dennis Morgan, David Brian, Richard Webb, Mari Aldon. Directed by Felix E. Feist. Genre: Drama
Rating: Not Rated
Down and out on the 4thof July in not-named Tijuana, Romanian refugee George (Charles Boyer) is surprised to meet Anita (Paulette Goddard), his old scam and dance partner from across the pond, as he plots to get across the border, in Hold Back The Dawn, 1941, directed by Mitchell Leisen.
A Hollywood director masquerades as a hobo to get in touch with the little people in Preston Sturges' satire Sullivan's Travels (1941).
Having learned he can enter the U.S. if he marries an American, Romanian con man George (Charles Boyer) charms schoolteacher Emmy (Olivia De Havilland), stranded with students in a Mexican border town, in Hold Back The Dawn, 1941, from a largely autobiographical story by Ketti Frings.
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.
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.
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.
Hollywood director Sullivan (Joel McCrea), masquerading as a bum, explains to his new wanna-be starlet friend (Veronica Lake) that he's borrowed this car from a director friend, in Preston Sturges' Sullivan's Travels, 1942.
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.
A portion of writer-director Preston Sturges' extended sequence in which Hollywood director Sullivan (Joel McCrea) and 'The Girl' (Veronica Lake) get their fill of life on the road in Sullivan's Travels, 1942.
Narrating, under-cover FBI man Matt (Frank Lovejoy) introduces himself and demonstrates that even his family (especially brother Joe, Paul Picerni) must be sacrificed, in I Was A Communist For The FBI, 1951.
Following the opening in which Charles Boyer (as Romanian refugee George) sneaks on to the Paramount studio lot, seeking Mitchell Leisen, the director, playing another director called Saxon, contract players Brian Donlevy and Veronica Lake at work on his set, from Hold Back The Dawn, 1941.
Sergeant Stryker (John Wayne) takes steps to settle a score with his former boxing rival Private Thomas (Forrest Tucker), leading to a meeting of minds in Sands Of Iwo Jima. 1949.
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