Love Thy Neighbor movie trailer - starring Roy Scheider, John Enos, Kellie Overbey, Jack Gwaltney, Jennifer Bransford. Directed by Nick Gregory. Genre: Comedy
Chasing Rainbows movie trailer - starring Bessie Love, Jack Benny, Charles King, George K. Arthur, Polly Moran, Gwen Lee. Genre: Musical
Love Thy Neighbor movie trailer - starring Alexandra Paul, Gary Hudson, Shannon Lawson, Ksenia Solo. Directed by Paul Schneider. Genre: Drama
Rating: Not Rated
John Wayne and Claudette Colbert star in Without Reservations (1946) about a woman writer and a war hero.
Displaced New Yorkers Bill (Jack Benny) and Connie (Ann Sheridan) arrive at the house she's secretly bought, early in George Washington Slept Here, 1942, from the Kaufman and Hart play.
Jack Benny (as 'Bill Fuller') arrives home not knowing wife Connie (Ann Sheridan) has, sort of on purpose, gotten them evicted from their Manhattan apartment by landlord Gibney (Franklin Pangborn), early in George Washington Slept Here, 1942, from the Kaufman and Hart play.
Milton Berle and Buddy Hackett appear in this previously unseen commercial created by Stan Freberg for It's A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (1963).
Visiting with Guy Kibbee (as 'The Boss') and getting counsel from Alexis Smith (as 'Elizabeth'), Jack Benny (as angel 'Athanael') gets his earth assignment, in Raoul Walsh's The Horn Blows at Midnight, 1945.
Heavenly trappings in the opening title sequence and Jack Benny (as 'Athanael') and Alexis Smith (as 'Elizabeth') enduring life in a radio orchestra, from Raoul Walsh's The Horn Blows at Midnight, 1945.
Joining in the opening simulated newsreel as author 'Christopher' Madden (Claudette Colbert) is introduced, Thurston Hall the Hollywood executive making her book into a movie, from Without Reservations, 1946, also starring John Wayne.
Jack Benny (as 'Athanael') dozes off during a radio performance and thus finds himself in an enormous heavenly orchestra, beginning the larger story in Raoul Walsh's The Horn Blows at Midnight, 1945.
Author Christopher 'Kit' Madden (Claudette Colbert) joins her new Marine pals Rusty (John Wayne) and Dink (Don DeFore) in the dining car, them still not knowing she's wrote the ubiquitous best-seller, about to be made into a movie, in Without Reservations, 1946.
It's a mad, mad, mad mad farcical return to the days of the Keystone Cop comedies, on an Ultra Panavision scale, in this star-studded extravaganza. A multitude of people have been given a clue by a dying man (Jimmy Durante) as to the location of $350,000 in stolen bank money that he has buried. They cannot come to an agreement to seek out the loot as a cooperative unit, so they set out separately in a mad race to get to it first. They do not know that the state police are on to them and are simply allowing the loot-seekers to lead them to the stolen bucks. The loot-chasers are ruthless, devious, crackpot and very often dimwitted in their frantic, hilarious race. Stanley Kramer took an intermission from socially conscious subjects to direct this riotous comedy. Photography by Ernest Laszlo.
On a winding desert highway, eight vacation-bound motorists share an experience that alters their plansand their lives! After a mysterious stranger divulges the location of a stolen fortune, they each speed off in a mind-bending, car-bashing race for the lootand the most side-splitting laughfest in history.
Milton Berle, Sid Caesar and Jimmy Durante are just a few of the stars that shine in this laugh-out-loud adventure about a goofy assortment of vacationing motorists who compete to locate a stolen fortune.
This musical version of the life of stripper Gypsy Rose Lee tells the bittersweet story about an aggressive stage mother and the effects of her devotion to her two young daughters (Natalie Wood, "West Side Story," and Ann Jillian, TV's "It's a Living"), as she vows to make each of them into the star that she never was. Great music and lyrics are provided by the team of Stephen Sondheim ("West Side Story," "Dick Tracy," "Sweet Charity") and Jule Styne ("Funny Girl").
The life of stripper Gypsy Rose Lee tells the bittersweet story about an aggressive stage mother as she vows to make her daughters into the star that she never was.
This musical version of the life of stripper Gypsy Rose Lee tells the bittersweet story about an aggressive stage mother and the effects of her devotion to her two young daughters, as she vows to make each of them into the star that she never was. Great music and lyrics are provided by the team of Stephen Sondheim.
Lucy and Carol Burnett, both out of work, create the Unemployed Follies to earn a few extra bucks.
Lucy & Jack Benny clown the story of Benny's life from his childhood to the present day.
An inexpensive vacation becomes quite costly for the Carters when it's spent at cheapskate Jack Benny's in-home hotel.
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