A carefree millionaire enrolls in college in a misguided effort to inspire his son. Dangerfield is hilarious!
Brady and Doolittle (lifelong pals Gene Kelly and Frank Sinatra, in their first movie together), just decorated and granted leave from their ship in Los Angeles, launching their first Sammy Cahn-Jule Styne number, in MGM's Anchors Aweigh, 1945.
Inmate Mary (Ginger Rogers), furloughed at Christmas and sharing a room with her teen cousin Barbara (Shirley Temple), reveals the back-story, in I'll Be Seeing You, 1944, also starring Joseph Cotten.
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Topeka -- A young businessman from New York (Layne Edelman) visits a diner in Topeka while on a business trip through the Midwest. Layne quickly notices something 'unusual' about this diner as he eavesdrops on the townsfolk conversations. When he returns to his table to find his belongings stolen, Layne's small town experience spins mercilessly out of control. Written and Directed by Eric Steele and starring Hunter Wood.
Irving Berlin music fades into the background as Johnny (Ronald Reagan) and Eileen (Joan Leslie) struggle with a wartime dilemma in the Warner Bros. Technicolor recruitment extravaganza This Is the Army, 1943.
Opening credit sequence as befitting the 1943 Technicolor Irving Berlin/Warner Bros. musical for the war effort, This Is the Army.
Newly-enlisted Johnny (Ronald Reagan) drops in on Eileen (Joan Leslie) for a last date where they see Frances Langford perform 'What Does He Look Like?' in Irving Berlin's This Is the Army, 1943.
Kate Smith's titanic delivery of Irving Berlin's 'God Bless America' launches a patriotic montage featuring Ronald Reagan and many more in the Technicolor wartime musical This Is the Army, 1943.
Impresario Jerry Jones (George Murphy) leads the entire cast of his soldier-musical 'Yip Yip Yaphank' from Broadway to France in a famous scene from This Is the Army, 1943.
A pair of sailors on leave try to help a movie extra become a singing star in Anchors Aweigh (1945) starring Gene Kelly, Frank Sinatra and Kathryn Grayson.
Wishing to dispose of his wife, psychiatrist Doctor Elliott makes his patient Nina think that she suffers from a compulsion to kill.
Col. Thorwald is responsible for organizing a battalion to raid the Japanese-held Makim Island. His battalion is made up of misfits, brawlers, etc. but he transforms them into a tough fighting unit for the fierce battle.
Rodney Dangerfield plays self-made millionaire Thornton Mellon, owner of a chain of tall and fat clothing stores, who, after divorcing his philandering wife, enrolls in college to keep his son from dropping out. Rodney's invasion quickly turns the campus into a non-stop party zone, and he even helps the diving team win their big meet.
Oscar-winners Gene Kelly ("Singin' in the Rain," "An American in Paris") and Frank Sinatra ("From Here to Eternity," "The Manchurian Candidate") star as two sailors on leave in Hollywood who sneak into a movie studio so they can win an audition for aspiring singer Kathryn Grayson ("Kiss Me Kate," "Show Boat"). Nominated for five Oscars, including Best Picture, it won for Best Score. Kelly received a nomination for his outstanding performance, including a wonderful dancing duet with "Jerry," the cartoon mouse. Great songs from legendary Sammy Cahn and Jule Styne. With Oscar-nominee Dean Stockwell ("Married to the Mob," TV's "Quantum Leap"). Directed by the acclaimed George Sidney ("Bye Bye Birdie," "Show Boat," "The Three Musketeers").
Macho pilot is treated by a woman doctor. Complications ensue.
Oscar-winners Gene Kelly and Frank Sinatra star as two sailors on leave in Hollywood who sneak into a movie studio so they can win an audition for aspiring singer Kathryn Grayson.
Nick tries a risky operation on a wounded Claudia. Blake gets a surprise in Las Vegas.
Blake and Krystle agree to adopted Sammy Jo's baby, Danny. Steven wakes up alive in Singapore and learns he is recovering from a plastic surgery operation.
Blake confronts Alexis and Krystle tries to connect with Claudia
Mark and Fallon return from Haiti in love and Kirby sees them kissing in the mansion's entryway. Blake desperately tries to stop Alexis from taking over his company. The household receives the news that Steven may have been found.
Steven returns to Denver to find that his wife was paid to leave. He goes after her to New York. Jeff and Kirby get married in Reno.
Drama ensues as Claudia is accused of kidnapping the baby and is found on top of a roof with a baby in her arms. While Cecil recovers in the hospital, he and Alexis plan their wedding.
Fallon discovers her mother undressed in Mark's bed. Krystle tries to patch things up between Blake and Steven by hosting a dinner, but Alexis interferes and sends Steven out of town.
Blake deceives everyone. Krystel's secret relationship with Nick explodes and she plans to leave Denver.
A car accident lands Fallon in the hospital. It is uncertain whether the baby will survive.
Kirby arrives at the Carrington house after breaking up with her fiancé. Adam gets his hands on a toxic chemical mixture.
Nick witnesses an accident, but leaves Blake for dead. Cecil has a heart attack while in bed with Alexis
Fallon gets a letter from Steven and it turns out he's on an oil rig in the Java Sea, Indonesia. Adam mixes the toxic compound in the paint for Jeff's new office.
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