A foreign correspondent hurries home to stop his wife from getting a divorce in the romantic comedy, Affectionately Yours (1941) starring Merle Oberon, Dennis Morgan and Rita Hayworth.
Cameron Mitchell narrates, recalling Depression era New York, and his meeting with Flavia (Margaret O'Brien, title character) who soon joins neighborhood sage and news vendor Mac (Rhys Williams), opening Tenth Avenue Angel, 1948, also starring George Murphy and Angela Lansbury.
A child of the tenements helps an ex-con find a new life in Tenth Avenue Angel (1948) starring Margaret O'Brien.
Director's cameo, as reporter 'Haverstock' (Joel McCrea) luckily meets target Van Meer (Albert Bassermann), arriving at the peace conference, where sponsor Fisher (Herbert Marshall) and his daughter (Laraine Day, her first scene) are at work, in Alfred Hitchcock's Foreign Correspondent, 1940.
Wife Aimee (top billed Doris Day) in the stands (with Eve Miller) as Grover Cleveland Alexander (Ronald Reagan), supported by catcher Bill Killefer (James Millican), gets the Warner Bros. treatment for his historic 1911 rookie season, in The Winning Team, 1952.
Cohan (James Cagney) is received at the White House by an admiring butler (Clinton Rosemond) then the noted FDR impersonator 'Captain Jack Young' in an early scene from Yankee Doodle Dandy, 1942.
Martial opening credits and prologue in which director Howard Hawks summons the intentions of Abraham Lincoln, in the wartime hit Air Force, 1943, starring John Garfield, Harry Carey and Gig Young.
Captain Quincannon (John Ridgely) advises the crew (Harry Carey, Gig Young, John Garfield, Arthur Kennedy et al) to take a good look at Pearl Harbor, following the raid, in Howard Hawks' Air Force, 1943.
Conversations in the cockpit (John Ridgely, Gig Young, Arthur Kennedy) and cabin (Harry Carey, George Tobias, John Garfield) as the 'Mary Ann' leaves San Francisco for Hawaii, in Howard Hawks' Air Force, 1943.
The Four Cohans (Walter Huston, Rosemary DeCamp, James Cagney and his sister Jeanne) perform George M.'s 'I Was Born In Virginia,' then enter negotiations with a manager (Walter Catlett) in Yankee Doodle Dandy, 1942.
Gleeful Flavia (Margaret O'Brien), with pal Mac (Rhys Williams) at the news stand, awaiting Steve (George Murphy), returning from prison, though she believes he's been traveling the world, early in Roy Rowland's Tenth Avenue Angel, 1948.
American reporter 'Haverstock,' typing a telegram for his New York paper, suspicious of Dutch police visitors, escapes as directed by Alfred Hitchcock, then has difficulty with peaceniks Mrs. Appleby (Frances Carson) and Carol (Laraine Day), in Foreign Correspondent, 1940.
A hapless hero tries to stay in front of a glib-tongued spy-master.
Poor health and alcoholism force Grover Cleveland Alexander out of baseball, but through his wife's faithful efforts, he gets a chance for a comeback and redemption.
Oscar-nominee and Golden Globe-winner Arthur Kennedy ("Lawrence of Arabia," "Peyton Place") stars in this exciting action/adventure about a bomber crew that battles over the Pacific in World War II. Oscar and Golden Globe-winner Gig Young ("They Shoot Horses, Don't They?") and Oscar-nominee John Garfield ("Body and Soul") co-star in this powerful film. Received multiple Oscar-nominations, including nods for Best Original Screenplay, and won for Best Film Editing. Directed by Oscar- honoree Howard Hawks ("Bringing Up Baby").
Oscar-nominee and Golden Globe-winner Arthur Kennedy ("Lawrence of Arabia," "Peyton Place") stars in this exciting action/adventure about a bomber crew that battles over the Pacific in World War II.
Oscar-nominee and Golden Globe-winner Arthur Kennedy stars in this exciting action/adventure about a bomber crew that battles over the Pacific in World War II. Oscar and Golden Globe-winner Gig Young and Oscar-nominee John Garfield co-star in this powerful film. Received multiple Oscar nominations, including nods for Best Original Screenplay, and won for Best Film Editing. Directed by Oscar-honoree Howard Hawks.
James Cagney ("White Heat," "Angels With Dirty Faces") danced and sang his way to a well-deserved Academy Award for his outstanding portrayal of vaudeville composer and performer George M. Cohan in this Oscar-nominated biography. Recently selected as one of the top American films of all time by the prestigious American Film Institute and directed by Academy Award-winner Michael Curtiz ("Casablanca"), this joyous musical tribute to one of America's most popular entertainers was nominated for 8 Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Director, and Writing and won for Best Score and Best Sound. Oscar-winner Walter Huston ("The Treasure of the Sierra Madre") received his third Oscar-nomination as Cohan's show business father. Contains some of Cohan's finest songs, including, "Yankee Doodle Dandy," "Over There," and "Give My Regards to Broadway". A "must-see" American classic, Leonard Maltin awards it four stars. Inducted into the Library of Congress National Film Registry.
Ronald Reagan (Knute Rockne: All American) stars in this romantic drama about an idealistic young man who is inspired to take up psychiatry when a series of scandals rock his small town.
James Cagney danced and sang his way to a well-deserved Oscar for his outstanding portrayal of vaudeville composer and performer George M. Cohan in this Oscar-nominated biography.
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