Hayward's Oscar-nominated performance highlights this moving account of actress Lillian Roth's struggle with alcoholism. Colorized version available.
Adventurer Captain Spaulding and his eccentric entourage investigate the theft of a painting at a ritzy estate. This second Marx Brothers comedy stands as one of their funniest!
Illusion -- In a fantastical garden outside of time and space, Mark and Laura fall in love. When fear descends upon Laura, she has the opportunity to stay with Mark or get lost in Illusion.
First scene for crusading newsman Slade (Preston Foster), then joining freshly busted, also guilty, Nan (Barbara Stanwyck), reminiscing as the D-A (Robert McWade) considers his options, in Ladies They Talk About, 1933.
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Academy Award-winner Susan Hayward ("I Want to Live," "I Married a Witch") delivers an Oscar-nominated performance as singer-actress Lillian Roth, whose rise to stardom was nearly destroyed by alcoholism. This Academy Award-winning biography was nominated for four Oscars and co-stars Oscar-nominee Eddie Albert ("Roman Holiday," TV's "Green Acres"), Oscar-winner Jo Van Fleet ("East of Eden") and Richard Conte ("The Godfather").
Susan Hayward delivers an outstanding performance as singer- actress Lillian Roth, whose rise to stardom was nearly destroyed by alcoholism. Co-stars Eddie Albert, Jo Van Fleet and Richard Conte.
Academy Award winner Barbara Stanwyck stars as a girl with a grudge in this early, hard-edged women-in-prison love story--Ladies They Talk About. Gun moll Nan Taylor (Stanwyck--Christmas in Connecticut) makes the mistake of falling in love with cop and part-time preacher David Slade (Preston Foster--The Harvey Girls). Slade repays Taylor's affections by putting her in jail, believing prison time will help her leave her wicked ways behind--because he is in love her too. But the penitentiary merely serves to turn Taylor into a hardened criminal who leads a breakout of women prisoners. The first thing Nan does with her newfound freedom is come gunning for Slade. Now, will she realize that she loves him as much as he loves her before she kills him -- or after?
In most prison films, the convicted man is rehabilitated by the love of a woman.
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