Inept, saddle-shy man rides into a western town only to be mistaken for a notorious badman in this engaging cowboy comedy.
Unaware that he's been mistaken for a feared gunman, Melody (Gary Cooper, also the producer) explains to sidekick George (William Demarest) how he commands respect in this new town, Erville Anderson the bartender, early in Along Came Jones, 1945.
After a successful career in the army, Captain Robert Stephenson (Pat O'Brien) decides to take over at the notorious San Quentin prison and see if he can make men of the prisoners with army discipline. The night before he is due to take over at San Quentin he meets and falls for May (Ann Sheridan), a beautiful nightclub singer. Unknown to Stephenson, May's brother is the wayward Joe 'Red' Kennedy (Humphrey Bogart) who is on the run from the police. Red is eventually cornered at the nightclub and tries to shoot his way out of trouble before being arrested in front of his sister and Stephenson. After being sentenced, Red is sent to San Quentin and when Stephenson realises that Red is his lover's brother, he decides to try and reform him. But the harshness of prison and the inveterate convict 'Sailor Boy' (Joe Sawyer) have other plans for Red...
Out of the "Pen" ...into the jaws of death! ...
Grumpy George (William Demarest) and laconic Melody Jones (Gary Cooper, also the producer) mosey into a town they don't know is threatened by a gunman with the initials 'MJ,' writer and co-producer Nunnally Johnson playing a pun, co-star Loretta Young introduced, in Along Came Jones, 1945.
Wings and the Woman (1942), the true story of Amy Johnson, England's record-breaking airplane pilot of the 1930's.
Melody (Gary Cooper), with sidekick George (William Demarest), has crept back to the ranch where Cherry (Loretta Young) is hiding her wounded, gone-bad boyfriend, meaning to point out that he's on to her scheme, and would rather not serve as her decoy, in Along Came Jones, 1945.
The Groom Wore Spurs movie trailer - starring Ginger Rogers, Jack Carson, James Brown, Joan Davis, Stanley Ridges. Directed by Richard Whorf. Theatrical Release Date: 9/7/1951
A woman under hypnosis recalls a prior life in 19th century Ireland. Based on a book by Morey Bernstein, the hypnotist in the case.
A pretty female attorney Abigail Furnival (Rogers) is hired to keep high-flying cowboy movie star Ben Castle (Carson) out of trouble in Las Vegas. Despite his many faults, Abigail falls in love with and marries Ben, with the hope that she can mold him into the virtuous hero he plays on the screen. But Abigail later becomes disillusioned when Ben does not meet up to her expectations and divorces him. When Ben later gets himself involved in a murder mystery, she comes to his defense in the court case. A zany slapstick comedy with the famous Rogers and Carson duo.
When an obsessive art collector steals the Mona Lisa and finds it's a fake, he brazenly returns it to the museum and demands the original. Then he, a museum curator, and a Scotland Yard inspector join forces to find the genuine.
In this Western spoof, a mild-mannered cowpoke is mistaken for a notorious road agent and almost gets killed by both sides of the law. He wins the respect of the townspeople--admiration he has sought all of his life...even though it is on the dark side. Based on a story by Alan Le May.
Humphrey Bogart portrays Red, continuing his climb to stardom in this brisk film that's one of a string of Depression-era works combining gangster-movie elements with a Big House setting.
A Preview Of The Economic Summit With Steven Pearlstein Of "The Washington Post" || A Conversation About Oil With Daniel Yergin And Charles Maxwell
Rip Torn as a blind veteran out to avenge his brother's murder.
Ben battles a widow who holds Billy Burgess responsible for the death of
his teacher---and demands immediate punishment.
As punishment for trespassing on their planet, the inhabitants condemn Capt. Kirk and his landing party to reenact the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral.
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Wrongly accused of murder, Hoss takes to the fugitive's trail with cowboy
Adam, Hoss, and new friend Sam Board act as escorts for a wagon train of Quakers who are heading to California to purchase land. While Adam falls for the group leader's daughter, Regina, Board plots to rob the group of its life savings.
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Mike's work on a movie prompts a fellow stunt diver to attempt a dangerous record-setting dive.
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