Golden Arrow movie trailer - starring Bette Davis, George Brent, Eugene Pallette, Dick Foran, Carol Hughes, Catherine Doucet. Directed by Alfred E. Green. Genre: Comedy
Rating: Not Rated
The story, much of it filmed in Annapolis at the historic United States Naval Academy, involves a midshipman (Powell) who'd rather be a crooner than a sailor and a dance instructor (Keeler) who'd rather not chart a life's course with a navy man. Time and circumstance (including danger at sea during a training cruise) will change all that.
A Canadian Mounted Policeman searches for the outlaws who robbed a freighter in Heart of the North (1938).
A disgruntled factory worker is lured into joining a secret society out to terrorize foreigners in Black Legion (1936) starring Humphrey Bogart.
At the urging of his ambitious girlfriend, a salesman starts hawking tractors. Joe E. Brown stars in Earthworm Tractors (1936), directed by Ray Enright.
Newly married Twillie (W.C. Fields) and Flower Belle (Mae West) check into the hotel at Greasewood City in Universal's My Little Chickadee, 1940.
Cuthbert J. Twillie (W.C. Fields) has a proposal for Flower Belle (Mae West) on the train approaching Greasewood City in My Little Chickadee, 1940.
Wise guy Plunkett (James Cagney) cutting up, buddy Burke (Frank McHugh) in tow, taking his physical at Camp Mills, NY, 1917, then tangling with Sergeant Wynn (Alan Hale), early in Warner Bros.' pre-war hit The Fighting 69th, 1940, also starring Pat O'Brien.
Upstairs using code with shopkeeper Osgood (Charles Halton), Frank (Humphrey Bogart) is admitted to his first meeting, joining pal Cliff (Joseph Sawyer) and a fiery speaker (Paul Harvey), in Black Legion, 1936.
Thursday (Henry Fonda), with daughter Philadelphia (Shirley Temple) arrives unexpected, greeted by the Collingwoods (Anna Lee, George O'Brien) and York (John Wayne), as Michael (John Agar) joins his parents (Ward Bond, Irene Rich), big events in John Ford's Fort Apache, 1948.
Fictional recruit Plunkett (James Cagney) and 'real' Father Duffy (Pat O'Brien) have just met when a brawl breaks out between troops from New York and Alabama, settled by another patriotic historical figure, then-major 'Wild Bill' Donovan (George Brent), early in The Fighting 69th, 1940.
First appearance by the breakout star John Garfield, as musician 'Mickey,' joining his pal, composer Felix (Jeffrey Lynn), a guest at the home of the Lemp family, Aunt Etta (May Robson) and Ann (Priscilla Lane) sizing up the new arrival, in Four Daughters, 1938.
Acclaimed director John Ford and screen legend John Wayne team up for what would be their final collaboration in this boisterous, rowdy South Seas escapade. The Duke, Lee Marvin and Jack Warden play World War II navy buddies have made the French Polynesian island of Haleakaloha their post-war paradise. Local headquarters is Donovan's Reef, Wayne's rough-and-tumble watering hole where bragging, brawling, and full-blown misbehavior are the order of the day. But destined to create more turmoil than any barroom fisticuffs is the sudden arrival of Elizabeth Allen, a straight-laced Boston blue blood. She's hoping to locate her long-estranged father (Warden), affirm that he is "not of good moral character," and then assume control of the family's shipping dynasty back home in the States. Suave, debonair Cesar Romero and a sarong-clad Dorothy Lamour add to the laughs – and mayhem – in this tropical comedy treat.
The Duke, Lee Marvin and Jack Warden play World War II navy buddies have made the French Polynesian island of Haleakaloha their post-war paradise. Local headquarters is Donovan's Reef, Wayne's rough-and-tumble watering hole where bragging, brawling, and full-blown misbehavior are the order of the day.
Producer-director John Ford once again demonstrates his successful formula for rambunctious, combative comedy and romance in this action-packed John Wayne classic. Life on a South Pacific island for two ex-Navy buddies (John Wayne and Lee Marvin) is just about perfect - they spend most of their time in DONOVAN'S REEF, the local saloon where they brawl and feud and somehow manage to stave off the sameness of tropical living. Then, into this mayhem arrives Elizabeth Allen, a straight-laced Bostonian in search of her father.
When a nuclear-powered submarine, the Tiger Shark, sets out to investigate a series of mysterious disappearances near the Arctic Circle, its fearless crew finds itself besieged by electrical storms, an Unidentified Floating Saucer, and lots of hairy tentacles.
A traumatized ex-POW goes to work for his old PR company and attempts to prove that propaganda-pushing communists are now secretly running the show.
Hoss and Hop Sing put together a defense to clear Joe of a murder charge.
Bud loses the money he was supposed to use to pay the tailor. One of the Carnival booth owners cons him into thinking that he can work for him to earn the money back.
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