Paddy Chayefsky's satire about a man forced into retirement who exacts revenge by posing as the CEO of the corporation that owns the company.
Niagara movie trailer - starring Joseph Cotten, Marilyn Monroe. Directed by Henry Hathaway. Genre: Mystery-Suspense
Niagara -- Trailer for this thriller starring Marilyn Monroe
Niagara -- As two couples are visiting Niagara Falls, tensions between one wife (Marilyn Monroe) and her husband reach the level of murder.
Three Coins in the Fountain -- Three American secretaries living in Rome toss their coins into the Trevi fountain and wish for romance.
As Young as You Feel -- Trailer for this comedy
Captain from Castile -- Trailer for this epic battle drama
As Young as You Feel -- When a hand-Press operator is fired because he has reached 65, he sets out not only to get his job back but to change the company's policy.
Niagra movie trailer - starring Joseph Cotten, Marilyn Monroe. Directed by Henry Hathaway. Genre: Mystery-Suspense
Apache movie trailer - starring Charles Bronson, Burt Lancaster, John McIntire, Paul Guilfoyle, Jean Peters, John Dehner. Directed by Robert Aldrich. Genre: Western
The trailer for As Young as You Feel.
When printer John R. Hodges (Monty Woolley) is forced to retire at age 65 because of a company policy, he decides to do something about it. Dyeing his hair black, he poses as Harold P. Cleveland, the president of his former employer's parent company and goes on an inspection tour of his old workplace, with the firm's nervous, mystified executives in tow. While walking around the plant, Hodges runs into Joe Elliott (David Wayne), the boyfriend of his granddaughter Alice (Jean Peters), and winks at him to let him in on the joke. Afterward, Hodges complains about the lack of experienced older employees, causing company president Louis McKinley (Albert Dekker) to promise to rescind the retirement policy and rehire all those affected by it within the past year.
However, before he can depart, Hodges finds that McKinley has arranged for him to address the local Chamber of Commerce. Hodges is up to the challenge, delivering a rousing speech about the virtues of the older worker. He receive a standing ovation, the newspapers praise him, and even the stock market rises on the optimism generated.
Hodges is taken to dinner by McKinley and his neglected wife Lucille (Constance Bennett). McKinley, it turns out, is more interested in his curvaceous private secretary Harriet (Marilyn Monroe). Hodges has a wonderful time, dancing the night away with Lucille. Swept away by his compliments and attention, she fancies herself in love with him. Later that night, she tells her dumbfounded husband that she wants a divorce.
Meanwhile, Joe is unable to convince anybody that Cleveland is actually an impostor. Frank Erickson (Clinton Sundberg), his rival for a promotion, and the entire Hodges family - son George (Allyn Joslyn), daughter-in-law Della (Thelma Ritter), and Alice - all think Joe is crazy. However, when Hodges returns home with his dyed hair, Joe is vindicated. Since Hodges will be exposed anyway, Della proposes that Joe turn him in s
Based on a true story, this drama centers on young Scotsman Peter Marshall, who travels to America and eventually becomes chaplain of the U.S. Senate.
Richard Todd (Rev. Peter Marshall); Jean Peters (Catherine Marshall); Marjorie Rambeau (Miss Laura Fowler); Jill Esmond (Mrs. Findlay); Les Tramayne (Senator Willis K. Harvey)
Based on the true story of a young Scottish lad, Peter Marshall, who dreams of only going to sea but finds out there is a different future for him when he receives a "calling" from God to be a minister. He leaves Scotland and goes to America where after a few small congregations he lands the position of pastor of the Church of the Presidents in Washington, D.C. and eventually he becomes Chaplain of the U.S. Senate.
Based on a true story, this film follows Peter Marshall, a Scottish immigrant who rises to become chaplain of the U.S. Senate, delivering sermons that inspire people of all faiths.
In this entertaining 1954 nominee for the Best Picture Oscar®, three American women in romantic Italy (Dorothy McGuire, Jean Peters and Maggie McNamara) decide it’s time to end their single status. So they whimsically toss coins into Rome’s spectacular Trevi Fountain for luck in love. But none has the kind of luck she hopes for in this fun romp that also stars Rossano Brazzi and Louis Jourdan.
Three American working women pin their hopes for love on wishes they make as they toss coins into the famous Trevi Fountain in Rome.
One of Geronimo's subchiefs, Massai, is the only Apache who refuses to surrender after Geronimo's death, and conducts a one-man war against the white man for his tribe's rights…battling for the West with knife, arrow and gun. Based on the novel "Bronco Apache" by Paul I. Wellman.
The feisty, domineering cattle baron Matt Devereaux (Spencer Tracy) rules his vast empire with a ruthless hand. Because Matt's greatest love is for his Indian wife, Princess (Katy Jurado) and their son Joe (Robert Wagner), Matt's three sons from a previous marriage deeply resent them. After Joe agrees to go to jail for a crime his father commits, he returns three years later to a different world; his father has died and his vengeful brothers control the land.
One of Geronimo's subchiefs, Massai, is the only Apache who refuses to surrender after Geronimo's death, and conducts a one-man war against the white man for his tribe's rights...battling for the West with knife, arrow and gun. Based on the novel "Bronco Apache" by Paul I. Wellman.
Jessica gets caught in the middle of a robbery and murder. To find the missing jewelry, Jessica must put up with two annoying female detectives.
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