Three veterans and their wives struggle to readjust to civilian life after WWII. Winner of 7 Academy Awards, including Best Picture!
Inherit The Wind movie trailer - starring Spencer Tracy, Gene Kelly, Fredric March, Dick York, Henry "Harry" Morgan, Florence Eldridge. Directed by Stanley Kramer. Genre: Drama
Rating: Not Rated
This classic 1937 drama with March giving one of his best performances as a movie star in the waning days of his popularity. He meets a shy, young country girl (Janet Gaynor), falls in love, marries her and then helps her to become a big star...with her fame eclipsing his and tragic consequences following.
The Adventures Of Mark Twain movie trailer - starring Donald Crisp, Fredric March, Alexis Smith. Directed by Irving Rapper. Genre: Non-Fiction
Rating: Not Rated
A witch, executed in early Salem, finds romance when she comes back in the 20th century for vengeance.
Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde movie trailer - starring Fredric March, Miriam Hopkins, Holmes Herbert, Edgar Norton, Halliwell Hobbs, Rose Hobart. Theatrical Release Date: 12/31/1931
Susan And God movie trailer - starring Joan Crawford, Fredric March, Rita Hayworth, John Carroll, Ruth Hussey. Directed by George Cukor. Genre: Drama
Rating: Not Rated
Gary Cooper, Fredric March, and Miriam Hopkins play a trio of Americans in Paris who enter into a very adult “gentleman’s agreement” in this continental pre-Code comedy, freely adapted by Ben Hecht from a play by Noel Coward and directed by Ernst Lubitsch. A risque relationship story and a witty take on creative pursuits, the film concerns a commercial artist (Hopkins) unable—or unwilling—to choose between the equally dashing painter (Cooper) and playwright (March) she meets on a train en route to the City of Light. Design for Living is Lubitsch at his sexiest, an entertainment at once debonair and racy, featuring three stars at the height of their allure.
Newly elected Mississippi sheriff Jim Price (Jim Brown) at home with brother Fred (Leonard Smith) and wife Mary (Janet MacLachlan) in director Ralph Nelson's ...tick...tick...tick..., 1970.
Senior pathologist Pearson (Fredric March, George Segal his aide) wowing the new nurses, his rival-in-waiting Coleman (Ben Gazzara) and nurse Cathy (Ina Balin) meeting outside, early in The Young Doctors, 1961.
Odd music choices as new Mississippi sheriff Jim Price (Jim Brown) arrives to take over, predecessor Little (George Kennedy), deputies (Don Stroud, Mills Watson) and mayor Parks (Fredric March) receiving, in ...tick...tick...tick..., 1970.
Early and high-tech conference between adjutant Col. Casey (Kirk Douglas) and Joint Chiefs Chairman General Scott (Burt Lancaster), who's planning a coup, in John Frankenheimer's Seven Days In May, 1964.
Jason Robards became an overnight star with his indelible performance as the glad-handing, doom-ridden Hickey in the legendary 1956 Circle-in-the-Square revival of Eugene O'Neill's towering masterpiece. In his harrowing drama, O'Neill shines a harsh but compassionate spotlight on the failed lives, empty hopes, and perpetual pipe dreams of an assortment of down-and-out denizens of a seedy saloon, set in New York in 1912. Their sad, but complacent existences are rattled when Hickey arrives for his annual bender a changed man--forswearing alcohol and preaching a deliverance from "the lie of the pipe dream."
Ralph Nelson, director of Lilies of the Field, returns to the subject of race relations in America for a thoroughly different take in ...tick...tick...tick... Tensions are taken off the back burner, slow simmer, and are placed on full boil in ...tick...tick...tick...'s tale of a black Southern sheriff trapped between the rock and a hard place of two communities separated by skin color and decades of bigotry. Newly elected Sheriff Jimmy Price (Jim Brown) offers no favors or privileges to either community, and quickly earns the ire of both. Warned by the mayor against consulting outsiders (the great Fredric March in his penultimate film performance), Price navigates the tensions until one arrest places him directly in the eye of a hurricane of hate. With only the former sheriff to support him (George Kennedy), Price must try to defuse the tensions before the town explodes.
The newly elected black sheriff (Jim Brown) of a small Southern town must find a way to defuse the hatred in his town before it spirals out of control.
John Russell (Paul Newman), a white man raised by a band of Arizona Apaches, is forced to confront the society he despises when he sells the boarding house his father has left him. While leaving town by stagecoach, several bigoted passengers insist he ride outside with the driver (Martin Balsam). But when outlaws leave them all stranded in the desert, Russell may be their only hope for survival! Diane Cilento, Frederic March, Richard Boone and Barbara Rush co-star in this action-packed Western classic.
A white man brought up by the Apache tribe is sympathetic to their plight.
A white man raised by Apaches encounters bigotry from a Native American.
It happens with startling swiftness and violence. An armed cadre seizes state control. Fortunately, a coup d'etat can't happen here. Or can it? A classic of suspense directed by John Frankenheimer, Seven Days in May tautly explores that possibility. At odds are a popular general and Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman and an unpopular President with a pacifist agenda. At stake is the survival of the Republic. A vigilant colonel uncovers the scheme. But are the seven fateful days ahead enough time to derail a takeover? The clock is ticking.
Burt Lancaster and Kirk Douglas star in this thriller about a Marine Corps colonel who accidentally discovers a plot to take over the government by a high-ranking general.
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