Classic West screen version of her Broadway sensation, "Diamond Lily", in which she plays a turn-of-the-century saloon singer.
Cheyenne Indians risk their lives on a grueling exodus from an Oklahoma reservation to their homeland in Wyoming. Early sympathetic look at Native Americans, and Ford's last film!
Daniel Bone is aiming for success. A Brooklyn gunsmith by trade, he figures the place to be is where the guns are. So off he goes into the West - and into an adventure that will make him the foe of the notorious Pecos Kid, the captive of Paiutes, the target in a saloon showdown, the lone source of the whereabouts of a fabulous gold strike and hitched-up to spirited Liza Crockett. Eddie Albert, known to legions as the ever-dumbfounded Oliver Wendell Douglas in TV's Green Acres, and Gale Storm, a classic small-screen star in her own right with My Little Margie, lead James Gleason, Gilbert Roland, Binnie Barnes and Barton MacLane in a bullets-and-buffoonery saga. They don't call it the Wild West for nothin'!
The relationships between a powerful Hollywood producer and the people that work for him. Grahame received an Oscar for her supporting role! Colorized version available.
Beneath The 12-Mile Reef movie trailer - starring Robert Wagner, Richard Boone, J. Carrol Naish, Gilbert Roland, Terry Moore. Directed by Robert D. Webb. Genre: Action-Adventure
The French Line movie trailer - starring Gilbert Roland, Jane Russell, Arthur Hunnicutt, Joyce MacKenzie, Mary McCarty. Directed by Lloyd Bacon. Theatrical Release Date: 2/8/1954
Rating: Not Rated
Smuggling landed Carnahan in Alcatraz. Smuggling will be his ticket out. It's World War II, and Uncle Sam needs a man of Carnahan's bold talent to sneak vitally needed rubber out of Japanese-held Malaya.
The rare pairing of James Stewart and Spencer Tracy sparks this tale of an intrigue-filled, true-life wartime operation. Tracy portrays tough, edgy Carnahan. Stewart is sly foreign correspondent and Far East expert John Royer, a man with a plan who tells U.S. officials: "With the right kind of money and the wrong kind of man, I can get that rubber out for you." And with its right kind of stars, this brawny classic gets maximum heroics every moment. Adventure and starpower - Sydney Greenstreet in his final film, Lionel Barrymore and Gilbert Roland - are on the map in Malaya.
Narrated by Richard Widmark, playing a U-S Army officer, John Ford's wholly sympathetic statement of the Indian's circumstances opens Cheyenne Autumn, 1964.
Wyatt Earp (James Stewart) and Doc Holliday (Arthur Kennedy) are Western bons vivants inconvenienced by the Indian uprising, in a side-plot in John Ford's Cheyenne Autumn, 1964.
Trooper Plumtree (Ben Johnson) arrives to tell Archer (Richard Widmark), Braden (George O'Brien) and the Quakers (Carroll Baker, Walter Baldwin) that the politicans can't be trusted, in John Ford's Cheyenne Autumn, 1964.
A young cowboy (Gary Busey) and a legendary outlaw (Willie Nelson) team up to escape the law in Barbarosa (1982).
Richard Widmark (as Captain Archer) continues his narration into an awful event in which Ken Curtis (a.k.a. Festus from Gunsmoke, here Homer) leads a gang in the sport killing of an Indian, in John Ford's Cheyenne Autumn, 1964.
Barbarosa (Willie Nelson), an ex-Texas Ranger turned bandit, meets Karl (Gary Busey), a young farmhand out of his element who's forced to run after accidentally killing his brother-in-law. Together, the outlaw and the outcast outwit their bloodthirsty pursuers in this legendary story of betrayal, misunderstanding, honor and dignity.
War. Freedom. Loyalty. Love. Manhood. Ernest Hemingway's most powerful themes are gloriously captured in Islands In The Stream. George C. Scott and director Franklin J. Shaffner, who teamed so memorably in Patton, reunite in this compelling version of "Papa" Hemingway's posthumous novel. Scott plays Thomas Hudson, a sculptor whose self-imposed isolation in the Bahamas is ended by two forces: the visit of his sons...and the outbreak of World War II. The film is touching in its details of a father's love- and heroic in its defiance of tyranny. The rich sweep of a literary legend washes over Islands In The Stream.
War. Freedom. Loyalty. Love. Manhood. Ernest Hemingway's most powerful themes are gloriously captured in Islands In The Stream.
A reclusive writer, Thomas Hudson, lives a quiet life in the Bahamas. His only close relationship is with his oldest son, Tom. But when Tom dies in the war, Hudson decides to make a stand by smuggling a group of Jewish refugees onto the island.
A small-time hood is murdered just as he is about to blow the whistle on an organized crime ring.
Beautifully restored to its original length with footage not seen in two decades, John Ford's last Western masterpiece chronicles the struggle by Cheyenne Indians to migrate homeward across the Great Plains in 1878. Featuring an all-star cast including Richard Widmark and Jimmy Stewart.
John Ford's last Western masterpiece chronicles the struggle by Cheyenne Indians to migrate homeward across the Great Plains in 1878.
Because of an attachment to a beautiful thing, a holy man dies as a thief, and Caine (DAVID CARRADINE) makes restitution so the soul can rest after being blessed by a fellow cleric (GILBERT ROLAND).
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