Strangers On A Train movie trailer - starring Farley Granger, Ruth Roman, Leo G. Carroll, Robert Walker, Patricia Hitchcock. Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. Genre: Mystery-Suspense
The team at an Antarctic station try to fly in a planeload of girls in Quick, Before It Melts (1965).
At his Saratoga Springs estate, now-legit bootlegger Marko (Broderick Crawford) schmoozing the crooked 'Commissioner'(Howard St. John), wife (Claire Trevor) helping, orphan-guest Donnie (Louis Lettieri) not, in Stop, You're Killing Me, 1953.
First scene for Clifton Webb as author Shadwell at a Rome social, then the three American heroines, Dorothy McGuire, Jean Peters and Maggie McNamara as 'Maria,' meeting Louis Jourdan, as suave prince 'Dino,' early in director Jean Negulesco's Three Coins In The Fountain, 1954.
The famous tennis-crowd shot appears here as Bruno (Robert Walker) stalks Guy (Farley Granger) and pesters Ann (Ruth Roman) and Barbara (Patricia Hitchcock), in Alfred Hitchcock's Strangers On A Train, 1951.
Goons Joe, Mike and Lefty (Joesph Vitale, Charles Cantor, Sheldon Leonard) with ex-bootlegger boss Marko (Broderick Crawford), who can't sell his lousy beer after prohibition, in Stop, You're Killing Me, 1953, from a Damon Runyon & Howard Lindsay play.
Tennis-pro Guy (Farley Granger) drops by the music store in his home-town to see his philandering wife Miriam (Laura Elliott) about their divorce, early in Alfred Hitchcock's Strangers On A Train, 1951.
Coca-Cola exec MacNamara (James Cagney) does his routine with Schlemmer (Hanns Lothar) and the Berlin office staff, then has to cut a quick deal with secretary Ingeborg (Lilo Pulver), in Billy Wilder's anti-communist comedy One, Two, Three, 1961.
A chance meeting between two men turns into a deadly game of cat and mouse in Strangers on a Train (1951), directed by Alfred Hitchcock.
Opening credits and the famous footsteps, in the opening to Alfred Hitchcock's Strangers On A Train, 1951, starring Farley Granger and Robert Walker, from the novel by Patricia Highsmith.
Coca-Cola executive MacNamara (James Cagney) and spouse (Arlene Francis) arrive at West Berlin's Templehof field to collect Scarlett (Pamela Tiffin), daughter of the boss in Atlanta, in Billy Wilder's One, Two, Three, 1961.
Lifelong pal Joe (David Wayne), having just left his wife and kids, is admiring showbiz agent bachelor friend Charlie (Frank Sinatra) having a parade of female guests at his New York pad, Jessica (Jarma Lewis) the latest, early in The Tender Trap, 1955.
Only the mind of Woody Allen could cook up a New Jersey caterer whose vacation to Europe turns into an international espionage incident in this hilarious send-up of the Cold War. When the plane carrying Walter Hollander (Jackie Gleason), his wife (Estelle Parsons) and beautiful daughter (Joan Delaney) is hijacked to Vulgaria, all it takes is Walter snapping a few photos on his first Iron Curtain tarmac and the family is arrested for spying. After taking refuge in the American Embassy and with no hope of ever getting out, it's up to Walter to outfox the Vulgarian army and prove he's a lot smarter than chopped liver.
A comedy about the Hollanders, an American family, whose plane is hijacked and lands in Vulgarly, a fanciful country beyond the Iron Curtain.
Only the mind of Woody Allen could cook up a New Jersey caterer whose vacation to Europe turns into an international espionage incident in this hilarious send-up of the Cold War. When the plane carrying Walter Hollander, his wife and beautiful daughter is hijacked to Vulgaria, all it takes is Walter snapping a few photos on his first Iron Curtain tarmac and the family is arrested for spying.
A crazed axe murderer, released after spending 20 years in a mental institution for lopping the heads off her husband and his lover, returns home to her daughter, who witnessed the slayings as a three-year-old. Shortly after her return, heads begin to roll again, with all the evidence pointing to the woman, who begins to think she's gone insane.
A sex farce very loosely based on "Sex and the Single Girl" by Helen Gurley Brown.
Movie queen Joan Crawford gives a chilling performance in this rousing shocker about a jealous wife with a hasty hatchet.
Tony Curtis star as the editor of a scandal magazine who will resort to anything to get an interview with the beautiful author of the best-selling novel, Sex and the Single Girl.
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