Scarlet Street movie trailer - starring Edward G. Robinson, Dan Duryea, Margaret Lindsay, Rosalind Ivan, Joan Bennett. Directed by Fritz Lang. Theatrical Release Date: 12/28/1945
One of Tracy's classic films, in which a beleagured dad prepares for his daughter's impending wedding. Old-fashioned and fun movie features early performance by Broadway star Tamblyn. Many Oscar nominations!
George Arliss won the second Academy Award for Best Actor portraying Disraeli (1929), co-starring Joan Bennett.
Title character and Prime Minister (George Arliss) lobbies banker Lord Probert (David Torrence) and warns of spies, the constraints of early-sound apparent, in Disraeli, 1929.
An uncredited actor as William Gladstone orates while the title character (George Arliss) and Prime Minister dozes, then rallies, in an early scene from Warner Bros.' Disraeli, 1929.
Director Jean Renoir well outside the Hollywood norm with his opening sequence, introducing haunted Coast Guardsman Burnett (Robert Ryan) and, underwater, his fiancee' Eve (Nan Leslie), in The Woman On The Beach, 1947.
Ancient vampire Barnabas (Jonathan Frid) explaining affairs to reluctant aide Willie (John Karlen), interrupted by jealous new vampire Carolyn (Nancy Barrett), dying for the first time, in House Of Dark Shadows, 1970.
Following her tantrum in front of the in-laws, Stanley (Spencer Tracy) tries to comfort daughter Kay (Elizabeth Taylor) about her pregnancy, in Father's Little Dividend, 1951, Vincente Minnelli's hit sequel to Father Of The Bride.
The opening not from Ernest Hemingway's short story but as devised by director Zoltan Korda and his screenwriters, Gregory Peck as African hunter Wilson, Joan Bennett the bereaved wife Margaret, Reginald Denny as colonial policeman Smollet, in The Macomber Affair, 1947.
After a prologue and drive into Los Angeles, suburban mom Lucia (Joan Bennett) meets smooth bachelor Ted (Shepperd Strudwick), soon revealed as a creep, opening Max Ophuls' The Reckless Moment, 1949.
Opening credits for director Fritz Lang's 1944 thriller The Woman in the Window, starring Joan Bennett and Edward G. Robinson.
At the wedding party for Kate (Marion Burns), the bridegroom (George Chandler) and father (J. Farrell MacDonald) start a fracas, attracting cop Danny (Spencer Tracy, with his sidekick, Adrian Morris), who already has a thing with younger sister Helen (Joan Bennett), in Me And My Gal, 1932.
In this sequel to The Father of the Bride, newly married Kay Dunstan announces that she and her husband are going to have a baby, leaving her father to have to come to terms with the fact that he will soon be a grandfather.
Sarah Miller (Florence Henderson), known to her grandchildren as 'Nanny,' is still slim and athletic in her early seventies. She's a successful author, feisty, intellectual and full of fun.
Feature film version of the popular TV serial involving a vampire's quest for a cure to marry a lovely mortal.
Vampire Barnabas Collins is released from his prison and searches for a cure to his affliction, so he can marry the incarnation of his lost love.
Humphrey Bogart plays one of his rare comedy roles in this jaunty excursion about three convicts - Joseph (Bogart), Albert (Aldo Ray) and Jules (Peter Ustinov) - who are plotting their escape from Devil's Island. Fate intervenes when they hide out with kindly, but inept Felix (Leo G. Carroll) and his family. Felix manages a store for his arrogant cousin Andre (Basil Rathbone), who makes the fatal mistake of stealing Albert's pet, a poisonous snake. After resolving Felix's problems, the convicts return to prison, convinced that the world is much too wicked. Based on the play by Albert Husson.
In Christmas, three prisoners - Joseph, Albert and Jules - escape from the Devil's Island to a small coastal town in France. They decide to rob a store to get some money and clothes and travel by ship to another place
Three convicts escape from Devil's Island and arrive at a nearby French colonial town. Initially they plan to steal supplies and clothing from the local store, but they take a liking to the store owner's family (more specifically his attractive daughter) and decide to stay and help them overcome many difficulties.
Barnabas Collins intensifies his relationship with governess, Victoria Winters, who resembles his lost-love for when he is cured from his vampirism.
Angelique plans to drive a wooden stake through Barnabas’ heart to prevent him from returning as a vampire.
Josette finds the Collins family history book from 1967 and is horrified to read of her own suicide.
Josette searches for Barnabas, who has become delirious and is unable to recognize her.
Angelique desperately tries to keep Barnabas alive in order to avoid the curse she placed on him.
Barnabas shoots Angelique, who puts a curse on him. Moments later, a bat appears and attacks Barnabas.
Peter Bradford agrees to represent Victoria at her trial. Barnabas pleads with Josette to leave town.
Barnabas unsuccessfully tries to poison Angelique, but remains determined to end her villainy.
Angelique orders Ben to steal a ribbon that belongs to Abigail to enable Angelique to cast a spell.
Angelique and Barnabas are married. Later, Angelique is again threatened by the ghost of Jeremiah.
Abigail accuses Angelique of trickery. At Angelique’s bidding, the ghost of Jeremiah threatens Barnabas.
When Angelique reveals that she is to marry Barnabas, Josette attempts to hide her shock and hurt.
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