Warren William stars in Times Square Playboy (1936), a comedy based on a hit play by George M. Cohan.
Perry Mason (Ricardo Cortez) looks into a trio of murders heralded by the shriek of a cat to solve The Case of the Black Cat (1936).
Ronald Reagan made his screen debut in this 1937 movie as a crusading radio reporter who takes on civic corruption.
Considering asking her ex-husband for money, down-and-out actress Margaret Elliott (Bette Davis) encounters her daughter Gretchen (Natalie Wood) and the new wife (Katherine Warren), in The Star, 1952.
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Based on the 1981 Pulitzer Prize-winner and directed by Oscar, Emmy and Tony Award-winner Bob Fosse ("Cabaret," "All That Jazz"), this is the gripping true story of Dorothy Stratten, a rising young star and Playboy Playmate of the Year who was tragically murdered by her estranged husband, the small-time hustler who discovered her. Academy Award-nominee Mariel Hemingway ("Personal Best," TV's "Civil Wars") stars with Eric Roberts ("Final Analysis," "The Specialist"), who garnered a Golden Globe nomination for his role as the volatile husband, and Academy Award-winner Cliff Robertson as Playboy magnate Hugh Hefner. The New York Post calls this stylish film "one bruising blockbuster of a motion picture... powerful, harrowing, deeply affecting... unforgettable."
As Margaret, Bette Davis got yet another good picture and earned her ninth Academy Award nomination. Davis's confident, perceptive performance lends absolute authenticity, as did a prop she provided. Sterling Hayden and Natalie Wood co-star in this gripping story that has many moments of truth.
Directed by Bob Fosse, this is the gripping true story of Dorothy Stratten, a rising young star and Playboy Playmate of the Year who was tragically murdered by her estranged husband, the small-time hustler who discovered her. Mariel Hemingway stars with Eric Roberts for his role as the volatile husband, and Cliff Robertson as Playboy magnate Hugh Hefner.
Two newsreel camera-men invent a system that revolutionizes television news. In this film, however, no one is exiled and Shanghai is never mentioned.
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