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Sturges' great satire about a sickly soldier discharged from duty who is mistaken for a war hero upon his return home.
A modern priest trying to save his debt-ridden parish encounters opposition from his superior. Oscars for both stars and Best Picture!
Thought lost since the early 70's, BLONDE ICE tells the bizarre tale of a beautiful society columnist who's desire for money and position turn her into a serial killer--a story most Hollywood studios of the 1940's wouldn't touch! The tagline "ICE in her veins-ICICLES in her heart" perfectly describes Claire Cummings as she eagerly seduces rich and powerful men. This recently discovered "B" film gives new meaning to the phrase "willing victims" and shows what film noir on a tiny budget could look like.
Blonde Ice -- A society reporter keeps herself in the headlines by marrying a series of wealthy men, all of whom die under mysterious circumstances.
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A society reporter keeps herself in the headlines by marrying a series of wealthy men, all of whom die under mysterious circumstances.
Winner of seven Academy Awards® including Best Picture and Best Director, the unforgettable classic Going My Way lights up the screen as it warms the heart. Best Actor winner Bing Crosby shines as Father O'Malley, a young priest new to an established but financially flailing parish. When his philosophies conflict with those of curmudgeonly Father Fitzgibbon (Best Supporting Actor winner Barry Fitzgerald), the result is a timeless story of patience, compromise and - just maybe - understanding. Featuring mesmerizing music including the Academy Award®-winning song "Swinging on a Star," Going My Way exemplifies the silver screen at its golden best! "****! Hard to resist!" (Leonard Maltin)
Academy Award®-winning writer and director Preston Sturges (Sullivan's Travels) delivers a hilarious satire on the American penchant for hero worship in Hail the Conquering Hero. Born on the day his father died a hero in WWI, Woodrow Truesmith (Eddie Bracken) enlists proudly when WWII begins. Although anxious to serve his country, Woodrow is quickly discharged because of his chronic hay fever. Ashamed to return, the "conquering hero" manages to dupe his girlfriend, friends and entire hometown by having his buddies forward his letters from the "Pacific." Nominated for a Best Original Screenplay Academy Award®, this quick-witted comedy classic showcases the talents of Preston Sturges at his best.
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