The Stork Club movie trailer - starring Barry Fitzgerald, Betty Hutton, Robert Benchley, Iris Adrian, Don DeFore, Andy Russell. Directed by Hal Walker. Theatrical Release Date: 12/28/1945
Rating: Not Rated
Romance On The High Seas movie trailer - starring Doris Day, Jack Carson, Janis Paige, Don DeFore, Oscar Levant. Directed by Michael Curtiz. Genre: Comedy
Rating: Not Rated
She's Working Her Way Through College movie trailer - starring Virginia Mayo, Ronald Reagan, Gene Nelson, Phyllis Thaxter, Patrice Wymore, Roland Winters. Directed by H. Bruce Humberstone. Genre: Drama
Rating: Not Rated
Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo movie trailer - starring Robert Mitchum, Spencer Tracy, Van Johnson, Phyllis Thaxter, Robert Walker, Tim Murdock. Directed by Mervyn LeRoy. Genre: Action-Adventure
Rating: Not Rated
The Facts of Life: Season 3: Episode 22 -- Jo coerces Blair into a date with a 'well?connected' military cadet who turns out to be a delinquent from New York City streets, intent on playing taps over her noble reputation.
The Facts of Life: Season 3: Episode 6 -- An unexpected financial disaster befalls Mrs. Garrett and she finds herself on the brink of an emotional breakdown when the girls prove totally insensitive to her personal crisis.
The Facts of Life: Season 3: Episode 7 -- A class in simulated marriage teaches Jo some lessons in love when she suddenly finds herself more attracted to her class 'beau' than to her longtime boy friend.
The Facts of Life: Season 3: Episode 15 -- Tootie can't believe her ears when she's 'personally' invited to the concert of her biggest idol, rock star Jermaine Jackson, for being his 'number one fan.'
The Facts of Life: Season 3: Episode 13 -- Jo finds herself caught in the middle of an international 'conflict' when she befriends a new Japanese student who's eager to become Americanized.
The Facts of Life: Season 3: Episode 12 -- Natalie wants the lead role in the school play and she's not about to let anything or anyone stand in her way - including best friend Tootie.
The Facts of Life: Season 3: Episode 19 -- A feud between Jo and Blair is hoped to be calmed by their individual visits home, but instead the trip has all the makings of disaster.
The Facts of Life: Season 3: Episode 4 -- Blair's unique kinship with her mother Monica is shattered when Blair inadvertently learns that her mother has a lump in her breast.
When their spouses are unable to attend a couple’s vacation in Acapulco, Larry and Kitty fall in love. When the trip is over, they must decide whether to pursue their romance. Nominated for 5 Oscars. HD Television & HD Cable Box required.
Arthur Winant (Don DeFore), a stranger in Chicago, commits suicide after losing $5,000, which did not belong to him, in a crooked card game. The group of gamblers, of which Danny Haley (Charlton Heston) is a member, worries about the dangers of cashing the $5,000 cashier’s check, but this is the least of their worries when one of the group (Ed Begley) is found hanged, and Police Captain Garvey (Dean Jagger) starts an investigation. Then it becomes known that Arthur had a mentally deranged brother, Sidney (Mike Mazurki) who is out to get the gamblers who fleeced Arthur.
A social misfit who turns to gambling becomes an assassin's target after a crooked card game and the subsequent suicide of one of the gamblers.
Arthur Winant, a stranger in Chicago, commits suicide after losing $5,000, which did not belong to him, in a crooked card game. The group of gamblers, of which Danny Haley is a member, worries about the dangers of cashing the $5,000 cashier's check, but this is the least of their worries when one of the group is found hanged, and Police Captain Garvey starts an investigation. Then it becomes known that Arthur had a mentally deranged brother, who is out to get the gamblers who fleeced Arthur.
Scott turns in one of the best "femme fatale" performances of all time as she portrays a scheming woman who eliminates everyone in her way as she tries to make off with 60-grand in blackmail money. An excellent script, top production values and great performances make this one of the very best "film noir" titles we offer. Newly transferred from a great original 16mm print.
A singer on a Caribbean cruise gets mixed up in a series of romantic problems.
Each Christmas, an industrial tycoon and his family travel from New York City to Florida to spend the holiday season in the sun, and while they are gone, a philosophical homeless man takes up residence in the millionaire's Fifth Avenue mansion. Letting himself in through a hole in the fence, he puts on designer clothes, smokes expensive cigars, eats gourmet food, and opens up the townhouse to his homeless friends so that they, too, can share in the holiday spirit. When the real homeowner's daughter returns to NYC early and discovers the house has been taken over, the homeless haven is in danger of disappearing forever. However, the warmhearted nature of the homeless intruders reinvigorates the unhappy wealthy family, and everyone succumbs to the true spirit of Christmas. Starring Victor Moore ("Swing Time," "The Seven Year Itch"), Academy Award-nominee Ann Harding ("Holiday," "When Ladies Meet") and Emmy Award-nominee Charles Ruggles ("Bringing Up Baby," "The Parent Trap").
A hobo and friends take up residence in a mansion whilst the family is away on Christmas holiday.
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