Idiot's Delight movie trailer - starring Clark Gable, Burgess Meredith, Edward Arnold, Charles Coburn, Joseph Schildkraut, Norma Shearer. Genre: Drama
Rating: Not Rated
Fair remake of the Graham Greene story of a hitman who finds himself on the run with a beautiful hostage when he discovers that his latest victim was a powerful politician.
A returning GI (Gene Kelly) and his war bride finally get to know each other and don't really like what they see in the musical comedy Living in a Big Way (1947).
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Six women from the main Allied Nations battling the German-Japanese Axis in WW2 are arrested by the Germans in Shanghai University, under the false accusation they are accomplices of the killing of a German officer in the Hospital. Two Asian women will join the group, and eventually it is revealed that there are at least three underground spies amongst the small group. Some will survive, others will die heroic deaths for their religious beliefs, nationalist ideals, or the sake of humankind.
Which rarely screened comedy has what Gene Kelly calls some of his favorite dance creations? That's right: Living in a Big Way. This 1947 movie is Kelly in a big way. Like many postwar films, Living in a Big Way embraces a familiar theme: the plight of the returning servicemen. Kelly returns home to the war bride he scarcely knows and finds she has misgivings about their impulsive nuptials. While sorting out this personal problem, he involves himself in a public one: construction of housing for the huge number of homeless vets. Marie McDonald plays Kelly's bride (a role Louis B. Mayer hoped would launch her on a Lana Turner-type career). But the film's true focal point is Kelly. You'll see him cavorting with a clever dog, wooing a statue, scampering across the beams of an uncompleted apartment and joining children in a medley of games.
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