Continuing their recruiting, Rosen (Jack Warden) brings Burns (Peter Brown) to Darby (James Garner), who has an off-the-cuff test in mind, in Darby's Rangers, 1958.
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The cold rain is relentless. Huddled in the mountains, the Gis are soaked, weary, miserable. One might say it was hell on Earth but these men know better. They already walked through hell when they spearheaded the invasions of North Africa and Sicily. Waiting next is something worse: the brutal nightmare of Anzio. In his first starring movie role, James Garner plays Col. William Darby and William A. Wellman (Battleground, The Story of G.I. Joe) directs Darby's Rangers, the heroic saga of the on- and off-battlefield lives of America's fierce World War II fighting forces. Jack Warden, Edward Byrnes, Stuart Whitman and others fall in as elite commandos trained in assault tactics. Exposed to greater front-line danger, their losses were high - but so was their courage.
The cold rain is relentless. Huddled in the mountains, the GIs are soaked, weary, miserable. They already walked through hell when they spearheaded the invasions of North Africa and Sicily. Waiting next is something worse: the brutal nightmare of Anzio.
Debonair David Niven is a noble scoundrel in this romantic, swashbuckling drama of royal intrigue inside the court of Charles II. Niven plays the Duke of Brampton who, though trusted by Charles, is actually planning to overthrow the shaky Restoration monarch. But, despite careful scheming, the Duke is in for a few surprises: the brainy and vengeful Lady Mary (Ann Blyth) and the infamous highway robber Michael Dermott (Edmund Purdum) – the one man in England who knows what Brampton's up to. These two are formidable foes indeed, and they're willing to do just about anything to settle their scores with the Duke. Lavish in its staging, full of passion and swordplay, and based on a true story, The King's Thief also features a young Roger Moore as Dermott's sidekick Jack, and the distinguished George Sanders (All About Eve) as the painted, bewigged King.
In the spring of 1945, World War II is coming to a close. Roger Halyard, a dignified, strait-laced Englishmen, lives on a South Sea atoll with his three daughters, Gloria, Hester and Violet, along with the housekeeper,
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