On court action combined with off court drama make this an exciting look at big time college hoops. Story focuses on the recruitment of 'blue chip' prospects that can make or break a season and a coach's career. Look for cameo by Bobby Knight.
When a woman kills the man hired to kill her by her husband, he tries to make it look like murder. Solid Hitchcock thriller!
A veteran lawman must decide if he wants to face four deadly gunslingers alone when the citizens of his town desert him. Classic western highlighted by Cooper's Oscar winning performance! Colorized version available.
An American showgirl and a married British woman vie for the attentions of a rugged big-game hunter during an African safari.
An alcoholic former recording star works towards a comeback, hampered by conflicts at home. Nominated for every major Academy Award, with Kelly winning!
Big time battle of dinner dresses, Eloise (Ava Gardner) playful, Linda (Grace Kelly) and her recuperating husband Donald (Sinden) cheery, safari guide Marswell (Clark Gable) and sidekick Brownie (Philip Stainton) playing along, in John Ford's Mogambo, 1953.
Two jet pilots forge a lasting friendship while fighting the Korean War in The Bridges At Toko-Ri (1954).
Adventurer Mitchell (Stewart Granger) has maneuvered hostess Catherine (Grace Kelly) away from the other guests at the coffee plantation, in an early, tempestuous scene from Green Fire, 1955.
Chopper pilot Forney (Mickey Rooney) and pal Nestor (Earl Holliman) rescue ditched flier Brubaker (William Holden), to the great relief of the Admiral (Fredric March) in The Bridges at Toko-Ri, 1955.
Linda (Grace Kelly) on an unauthorized jungle walkabout, guide Marswell (Clark Gable) rescuing her from a panther then a rainstorm, Eloise (Ava Gardner) observing their heated parting, in John Ford's Mogambo, 1953.
Director and film historian Peter Bogdanovich introduces John Ford's remake of Red Dust, Mogambo (1953) for TCM's The Essentials.
Beautiful when angry and on horseback, Cathy (Grace Kelly) tells off brother Don (John Ericson) and emerald mine partners Vic (Paul Douglas) and Rian (Stewart Granger) in MGM's Green Fire, 1955.
Grace Kelly is gloriously, glamorously regal in this retelling of Ferenc Molnar's romantic fable about a shy princess whose headtells her to wed a worldly Crown Prince (Alec Guinness), but whose heart is drawn to a dashing commoner (Louis Jourdan). Garbed indreamy Helen Rose gowns, surrounded by Mittel-European opulence, the leading lady dances, duels, flirts, falls in love and makeseven the most jaded moviegoer want to believe in fairy tales. And just to prove that fairy tales can come true, Kelly became areal-life princess as The Swan went into release, marrying Prince Rainier of Monaco in a magnificent royal wedding that captured theworld's imagination.
An all-star musical romp finds Grace Kelly ("Rear Window," "Mogambo," "High Noon") about to remarry when wealthy ex-husband Bing Crosby ("The Bells of St. Mary's," "Going My Way," "White Christmas") pops back into her life and tries to win her back. Oscar-winners Frank Sinatra ("From Here to Eternity," "The Manchurian Candidate") and Celeste Holm ("Gentleman's Agreement") snoop around as reporters in this Cole Porter-penned musical remake of "The Philadelphia Story". Featuring jazz great Louis Armstrong ("Hello, Dolly!") in a duet with Crosby. Nominated for Best Story, Song and Original Score.
An all-star musical romp finds Grace Kelly about to remarry when wealthy ex-husband Bing Crosby pops back into her life and tries to win her back.
A romantic fable about a shy princess (Grace Kelly) whose head tells her to wed a worldly Crown Prince (Guinness), but whose heart is drawn to a dashing commoner (Jourdan). Makes even the most jaded moviegoer want to believe in fairy tales.
An all-star musical romp finds Grace Kelly about to remarry when wealthy ex-husband Bing Crosby pops back into her life and tries to win her back. Frank Sinatra and Celeste Holm snoop around as reporters in this Cole Porter-penned musical remake of "The Philadelphia Story". Featuring jazz great Louis Armstrong in a duet with Crosby.
Cary Grant plays John Robie, reformed jewel thief who was once known as "The Cat," in this suspenseful Alfred Hitchcock classic thriller. Robie is suspected of a new rash of gem thefts in the luxury hotels of the French Riviera, and he must set out to clear himself. Meeting pampered heiress Frances (Grace Kelly), he sees a chance to bait the mysterious thief with her mother's (Jessie Royce Landis) fabulous jewels. His plan backfires, however, but France, who believes him guilty, proves her love by helping him escape. In a spine-tingling climax, the real criminal is exposed.
Stars Cary Grant as a former thief suspected of a new series of crimes and Grace Kelly as the woman who romances him.
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