Once Upon A Honeymoon movie trailer - starring Cary Grant, Ginger Rogers, Albert Dekker, Walter Slezak, Albert Basserman. Directed by Leo McCarey. Genre: Comedy
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Fallen Sparrow movie trailer - starring John Garfield, Maureen O'Hara, Walter Slezak. Directed by Richard Wallace. Genre: Thriller
Still nobody knowing that company president Bullard has died, top designer 'Mac' (William Holden) departs the plant after a failed test, with wife Mary (June Allyson), their spat leaving director Robert Wise to join Grimm (Dean Jagger) and wife (Mary Adams), in Executive Suite, 1954.
From a scene with co-star Marlon Brando and fellow Nazis peacefully taking Paris, to New York, where we meet notably un-youthful Michael (Dean Martin) and Noah (Montgomery Clift) at the draft board, with differing intentions, in Edward Dmytryk's The Young Lions, 1958, from the Irwin Shaw nove... more
Reticent Nazi officer Christian (Marlon Brando), unhappy policing civilians in occupied Paris, asks for a transfer from his friend and superior officer Hardenburg (Maximiliam Schell), in The Young Lions, 1958, Edward Dmytryk directing, from Irwin Shaw's novel.
The second scene, New Year's 1938 in the Bavarian Alps, where ski instructor Christian (Marlon Brando) has convinced visiting American Margaret (Barbara Rush) to stay for the party, ugly politics intruding, in Edward Dmytryk's The Young Lions, 1958, from the Irwin Shaw novel.
New York, 1940, singer Michael (Dean Martin) hosting a party at his swanky apartment, girlfriend Margaret (Barbara Rush) entertaining new friend Noah (Montgomery Clift), who spills some beans then gets introduced to Hope (Hope Lange), in The Young Lions, 1958.
Nazi spies pursue a Spanish Civil War veteran (John Garfield) in search of a priceless keepsake in The Fallen Sparrow (1943).
As the Germans overrun Warsaw, American Katie (Ginger Rogers), now rid of her Nazi husband, is inspired to help a Jewish hotel maid (Natasha Lytess) and kids escape, in Leo McCarey's Once Upon a Honeymoon, 1942.
Director Robert Wise's opening from Ernest Lehman's screenplay, subjective camera (Raoul Freeman as 'Bullard') with Caswell (Louis Calhern) and Steigel (Edgar Stehli) chatting, in the all-star corporate drama Executive Suite, 1954.
At loose ends during the fall of Warsaw, newsman O'Toole (Cary Grant) and showgirl Katie (Ginger Rogers) are mistaken for Jews and sent to a concentration camp, in Leo McCarey's Once Upon a Honeymoon, 1942.
Opening scene introducing McKitrick (John Garfield) who briefly meets Toni (Maureen O'Hara) on the train then Inspector Tobin (John Miljan) down at the precinct, in The Fallen Sparrow, 1943.
Derived from the Old Testament, the story revolves around the character of Ruth, a pagan priestess who serves in her temple under the High Priestess, and who falls in love with a Hebrew man named Mahlon.
Set during WW-II, Oscar-nominee James Garner ("Divine Secrets of the Ya- Ya Sisterhood," "Maverick") stars as an American spy captured by German soldiers and brainwashed into believing the war is over. Featuring Academy Award-winner Eva Marie Saint ("Superman Returns," "North by Northwest") and Rod Taylor ("The Birds," "The Time Machine"). Directed by multiple Oscar-recipient George Seaton ("Miracle on 34th Street," "Airport").
Set during WW-II, Oscar-nominee James Garner ("Divine Secrets of the Ya- Ya Sisterhood," "Maverick") stars as an American spy captured by German soldiers and brainwashed into believing the war is over.
Set during WWII, Oscar-nominee James Garner (DIVINE SECRETS OF THE YA-YA SISTERHOOD, MAVERICK) stars as an American spy captured by German soldiers and brainwashed into believing the war is over. Featuring Academy Award-winner Eva Marie Saint (SUPERMAN RETURNS, NORTH BY NORTHWEST) and Rod Taylor (THE BIRDS, THE TIME MACHINE). Directed by multiple Oscar-recipient George Seaton (MIRACLE ON 34TH STREET, AIRPORT).
Oscar-winner Paul Newman ("The Sting," "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid," "Nobody's Fool") is an alcoholic American writer who unexpectedly wins the Nobel Prize. When he arrives in Stockholm for the ceremonies, he stumbles into an international spy ring. A taught suspenseful spy thriller co-starring Academy Award-honoree Edward G. Robinson ("Little Caesar," "Double Indemnity," "Soylent Green"), international star Elke Sommer ("A Shot in the Dark") and Oscar-nominee Kevin McCarthy ("Death of a Salesmen," "Invasion of the Body Snatchers").
Top writers, scientists and leaders converge annually on Stockholm to take part in the awarding of the prestigious Nobel Prizes. Paul Newman, as Andrew Craig, a hard-drinking author and Nobel winner for literature sets out to expose the hoax.
Top writers, scientists and leaders converge annually on Stockholm to take part in the awarding of the prestigious Nobel Prizes. This year, however, some honorees will find the great event eclipsed by a greater challenge: staying alive.
Derived from the Old Testament, the story revolves around the character of Ruth, a pagan priestess who serves in her temple under the High Priestess, and who falls in love with a Hebrew man named Mahlon. This love brings her spiritual beliefs into question as she has trouble reconciling her pagan religion with his belief in one invisible deity. By the time they marry, she has decided to convert to Judaism, but her newfound spiritual beliefs are put to the test when Mahlon dies. Ruth travels back to Bethlehem with Mahlon's mother, Naomi, where she suffers religious persecution for her prior beliefs as a pagan, and she and Naomi grow closer as they try to survive the hardships of poverty together. This relationship and her own spiritual reflection strengthen her belief in Judaism, and she again finds love with another Hebrew man, Boaz.
Bored with being a housewife, Margaret goes shopping and has a portrait made of herself. Jim understands that Margaret it is not just boredom that motivates her to take this break.
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After visiting a communist country, Mary befriends soccer player Jan on the train. Jan asks Mary to hold a watch for him until they cross the border.
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