No More Ladies movie trailer - starring Joan Crawford, Franchot Tone, Robert Montgomery, Charlie Ruggles, Edna May Oliver. Directed by Edward H. Griffith. Genre: Drama
Rating: Not Rated
When Christabel (Joan Fontaine) comes to live with her cousin Donna Foster (Joan Leslie) she fools everyone with her sugary exterior. But soon the calculating, rapacious Christabel begins to sow seeds of discontent between Donna and her wealthy fiance Curtis (Zachary Scott) by convincing Curtis that his fiance is a gold-digger. When their engagement is broken and Donna leaves for London, Christabel tricks Curtis into marrying her. But it is only his money that Christabel is passionate about because she is in love with Nick (Robert Ryan), a rugged writer who loves her in return, but hates her for what she had done and who she is.
A woman of beauty...who wielded ruthless power over men!
Rudyard Kipling classic tale of an Indian water boy who becomes involved with a trio of British soldiers.
Clare Boothe Luce's wickedly funny account of a backbiting group of well-to-do women. Meow!
Daphne du Maurier story about a young woman who must deal with her prominent husband's memories of his first wife. Nominated for every major Academy Award and named Best Picture!
A woman can change a lot in 10 years. Or, in the case of Phoebe, change even more in a day. After her beau Dr. Gray returns home from a decade in the Napoleonic Wars, he's disappointed that faithful Phoebe appears worn and unattractive. So Phoebe transforms her looks and poses as carefree, younger Livvy. Dr. Gray, unaware of the ruse, is smitten. And about to discover that the person he truly loves is Phoebe.
An atomic submarine is assigned to dispose of a radioactive belt encircling the earth. Early Allen adventure flick!
An American navy nurse and a Frenchman fall in love while stationed in the South Pacific during World War II. Great Rodgers and Hammerstein score!
Technique not too convincing but an accurate rendering of the first scene of F. Scott Fitzgerald's novel, introducing Dick (Jason Robards Jr.), Abe (Tom Ewell), Nicole (Jennifer Jones) and Rosemary (Jill St. John), from Tender Is The Night, 1962.
In flashback, doctor Dick (Jason Robards Jr.) and psychiatric patient Nicole (Jennifer Jones) on their first outing in Zurich, from Henry King's version of the F. Scott Fitzgerald novel Tender Is The Night, 1962.
At his Riviera villa, Dick Diver (Jason Robards Jr.) entertains starlet Rosemary (Jill St. John), then realizes his wife Nicole (Jennifer Jones) is in trouble, in Tender Is The Night, 1962, from the F. Scott Fitzgerald novel.
Entering the flashback, Dick (Jason Robards Jr.) recalls a meeting with boss Dr. Dohlmer (Paul Lukas) and Baby, (Joan Fontaine) the sister of his patient and future wife, in Tender Is The Night, 1962, from the F. Scott Fitzgerald novel.
A young Saxon knight returns to England from fighting in the Crusades to find he had been disinherited by his father, his childhood sweetheart has been betrothed to another man and the country is in the midst of an uprising.
Wrought with emotional drama and self-destructive behavior is the story of Nicole Diver, a wealthy but disturbed woman of the 1920s who marries her psychiatrist. They live together at her Riviera estate, where the doctor's analytical skills grow weaker as time passes. As Nicole grows stronger, the doctor becomes totally dependent upon her emotionally and financially. Equally self-destructive are the film's supporting characters: an alcoholic composer and Nicole's greedy sister Baby Warren.
F. Scott Fitzgerald's tragic Dick and Nicole Diver mix with other American expatriates in 1920s Europe.
Wrought with emotional drama and self-destructive behavior is the story of Nicole Diver, a wealthy but disturbed woman of the 1920s who marries her psychiatrist. They live together at her Riviera estate, where the doctor's analytical skills grow weaker as time passes. As Nicole grows stronger, the doctor becomes totally dependent upon her emotionally and financially. Equally self destructive are the film's supporting characters: an alcoholic composer and Nicole's greedy sister, Baby Warren.
Walter Pidgeon plays the designer and builder of a nuclear submarine called upon to fire its missiles on the Van Allen radiation belt to put out the fire raging there that threatens to incinerate the earth in this deep-sea adventure.
Rodgers and Hammerstein's Academy Award®-winning "South Pacific" is a towering musical masterpiece and the tender love story of a naive young Navy nurse (Mitzi Gaynor) and an older French Plantation owner (Rossano Brazzi) on a U.S. occupied South Sea island. The breathtaking score is highlighted by some of the most romantic songs ever written: "Some Enchanted Evening," "There is Nothin' Like a Dame," "Younger Than Springtime" and more. Winner of the Pulitzer Prize, South Pacific ranks among the most celebrated of Rodgers and Hammerstein's acclaimed musicals.
An American woman falls in love with a Frenchman while stationed as a navy nurse in the South Pacific during World War II.
In 1957, a charismatic new black leader (Harry Belafonte) threatens to unseat British rule on the tropical island of Santa Marta. And soon, four scandalous love affairs intertwine to affect the political career of his wealthy rival (James Mason). Joan Collins, Stephen Boyd, Dorothy Dandridge and Joan Fontaine also star in this engaging film about scandal, politics and interracial marriage.
Harry Belafonte heads an all-star cast as a black leader who threatens British rule on a tropical island in this sweeping tale of scandal, politics and interracial romance.
This episode's subject is Consumer Protection with expert guest, Louis Lefkowitz. It also has Joan Fontain on as a celebrity guest.
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