Dusty And Sweets Mcgee movie trailer - starring Billy Gray, Bob Graham, Clifton Tip Fredell, Kit Ryder, Pam, Nancy Wheeler. Genre: Documentary
Suspense movie trailer - starring Barry Sullivan, Eugene Pallette, Albert Dekker, Bonita Granville, Belita, Edit Angold. Directed by Frank Tuttle. Genre: Drama
Rating: Not Rated
A well meaning space alien lands on the Earth to deliver his message of peace and the dangers of nuclear weapons. Great special effects, especially his robot pal, Gort.
Two witnesses of the St. Valentine's Day massacre escape by posing as members of an all-girl band, where they both fall for the sensuous Sugar Kane. Classic comedy!
Father Knows Best clip - starring Robert Young, Jane Wyatt, Billy Gray, Elinor Donahue, Lauren Chapin.
Lady Alice (Margaret Bannerman) and Sir Henry (Reginald Owen) mistake their new maid Cluny (Jennifer Jones) for a guest in Ernst Lubitsch's Cluny Brown, 1946, from a Margery Sharp novel.
Deep into a flashback taking place in the USA twenty years 'ago,' Jody (Olivia De Havilland) just barely meets handsome flier Cosgrove (John Lund), in town for a War Bond rally, in Mitchell Leisen's To Each His Own, 1946.
In one of many money-scenes, un-married Jody (Olivia De Havilland) is persuaded by father (Griff Barnett) she must not keep her child, whereupon she again fades out of her flashback, in director Mitchell Leisen's To Each His Own, 1946.
Marjorie (Doris Day) with a kewpie doll, dreaming of her absent boyfriend with a song from the Warner Bros. catalog, in On Moonlight Bay, 1951, based on Booth Tarkington's Penrod stories.
Charles Bickford as coach 'Pop' Warner continues narration from a testimonial dinner flashback, first appearance of Burt Lancaster as the grown-up title character, meeting his predecessor as B-M-O-C (Steve Cochran), in Jim Thorpe -- All-American, 1951.
Practically radio, after the credits, the dark but effective opening to Mitchell Leisen's To Each His Own, 1946, starring Olivia De Havilland, from Charles Brackett's original story.
Meet Tip, Pam, Larry, Kit, Dusty, Sweets McGee and nameless, aimless more with young faces and old eyes. Meet them, but don't get too attached. Because tomorrow some of them may not be alive. Most of the people who appear in his astonishing semidocumentary about the daily life of Los Angeles heroin abusers are real-life addicts, caught up in an endless cycle of stealing, hustling, jail time, shooting up, and coming down - hard. Directed by Floyd Mutrux (American Hot Wax), with graphic cinematography by William A. Fraker (Bullitt), Dusty and Sweets McGee is "a film in its own category. There are long stretches during which it's hard to take your eyes off the screen" (Mick LaSalle, San Francisco Chronicle).
Beware of the Night Crawlers ... their clutches will disintegrate you!
Robert Wise directs Robert Mitchum and Shirley MacLaine in this spicy and poignant love story about a free-spirited Greenwich Village girl who hooks up with a brooding Nebraska lawyer. In HD.
Based on a true story, an idealistic high school teacher gets into trouble when he asks his students to write essays about their thoughts on sex.
When two musicians accidentally witness the St. Valentine's Day Massacre, they get out of town the only way they know how -- dressed as women.
This hysterical comedy from director Billy Wilder finds Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon on the lam after witnessing a mob hit. They join an all-girl jazz band and masquerade as women in order to elude the Chicago mobsters, and befriending a beautiful singer (Marilyn Monroe) and a wealthy business magnate.
Doris Day and Gordon MacRae star in an old fashioned musical salute to the small town American family. Inspired by the stories of Booth Tarkington ("The Magnificent Ambersons," "Alice Adams") and set at the end of WWI, it captures the travails of a returning soldier and his fiancee as family complications delay their inevitable wedding. Prequel to "On Moonlight Bay."
As Betty approaches her completion of High School she grows anxious. Jim tries to reassure her. As graduation grows nearer no one can reconcile Betty’s fears.
For once in his life Bud has studied hard for a big test.
Bud is upset because he has lost a job to another boy.
Betty lobbies a neighbor to remove his dangerously high hedge.
Bud is chosen as the most popular boy in his class.
Bud quits school after meeting a successful businessman who did the same.
Jim wants to finish his work before leaving on a business trip, but is constantly interrupted by his family.
Betty uses her womanly wiles to get the neighbor boy to take her out.
Margaret has no trophies in the family display case, so she tries to win a fly-fishing award.
The Andersons take in a stray dog who shows up on their doorstep.
Bud accidentally sells a pair of skates that Betty was hiding for a friend.
Bud falls in love with an older woman at the supermarket -- then finds out she's married.
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