From heaven, Flo Ziegfeld envisions a revue with every major star playing a part. Star-studded MGM musical!
After his partner dumps him, a resourceful dancer turns a chorus girl into a star. Includes Oscar winning Irving Berlin score!
Thirty years of MGM's magic musical moments, from 1929's "The Broadway Melody" through the 1950's.
A raging fire engulfs the world's tallest building on the day of its dedication. An all-star cast with sensational pyrotechnics. Won Oscars for Best Cinematography and Best Song 'We May Never Love Like This Again.'
Vaudevillian Bert Kalmar and piano player Harry Ruby join forces to become one of the most famous songwriting teams of the 1920s.
An American football hero falls for a beautiful fashion model in Paris. Jerome Kern score, including "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes"!
A rich playboy falls for a Salvation Army singer in the Big Apple during the gay '90's. The light story is just a stage for some snazzy dance sequences, and Astaire and Vera-Ellen are a suave duo.
Put together a gloomy New England house, a dark night and four of America's legendary leading men and you have all the ingredients for the classic Ghost Story, a spellbinding motion picture based on the bestseller by Peter Straub. Co-starring Patricia Neal, Ghost Story is about the Members of the Chowder Society: Fred Astaire, Melvyn Douglas, Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. and John Houseman, who get together each week to share tales of horror. Soon, however, a secret terror invades the group, and one by one, they die mysteriously because of a real life ghost story that is part of their past.
Four successful elderly gentlemen, members of the Chowder Society, share a gruesome, 50-year old secret. When one of Edward Wanderley's twin sons dies in a bizarre accident, the group begins to see a pattern of frightening events developing.
Join star hosts Frank Sinatra, Fred Astaire, Gene Kelly, Jimmy Stewart, Liza Minnelli, Mickey Rooney, Elizabeth Taylor, Donald O'Connor, Peter Lawford, and Debbie Reynolds in a joyous celebration of MGM musicals, the Hollywood studio that practically invented the musical. Starting from 1929's "The Broadway Melody," up to 1958's Academy Award-winning "Gigi", this collection of song, dance, out takes, and interviews will entertain the whole family. Featuring scenes from such American musical classics as "Singin' In the Rain," "Showboat" and "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers" and a parade of stars, including Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers, Esther Williams, and Clark Gable. A huge commercial and critical success, it was followed by two sequels.
The second installment in the "That's Entertainment" trilogy features more classic scenes from MGM's vast musical library with the addition of comedy and drama films.
Irwin Allen's all-star disaster epic about a flash fire that erupts during the grand opening festivities of a San Francisco skyscraper. Academy award winning song, "We may never love like this again."
Join star hosts Frank Sinatra, Fred Astaire, Gene Kelly, Elizabeth Taylor, Debbie Reynolds, Liza Minnelli and many others in a celebration of the classic and beloved MGM musicals.
Al Mundy matches wits with a mad scientist aboard a plane en route to a scientific meeting in Melbourne.
Al Mundy tries to prove he's been framed when accused of treason by an agent of the SIA.
Al Mundy's plan to steal a painting for the SIA pits him against his old nemesis, con woman Charlene Brown.
Al Mundy's lock-picking skills are needed when a sick man initiates a nuclear bomber attack.
Al Mundy attempts to bring a down-on-her-luck jewel thief back to usefulness.
Al Mundy turns to the king of Rome's petty crooks to rescue a kidnapped girl.
Al Mundy's reputation with con woman Charlene Brown causes her to stymie his rescue assignment of a queen.
Al Mundy goes behind the Iron Curtain to rescue an SIA chief who was drugged and kidnapped.
Al Mundy and his father set out to loot the vault of a casino in Venice and sell the lira to a counterfeiter.
Al Mundy is tricked into working for the secret police.
Al Mundy is poisoned by a Red agent and has little time to trade a decoding device he has stolen for the antidote.
Al Mundy gets quarantined in the home of an American industrialist to find out why he's selling oil behind the Iron Curtain.
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