A British government linguist's father uncovers disturbing information about his country's intelligence network while investigating his son's mysterious death. Excellent cast!
At Sword's Point movie trailer - starring Maureen O'Hara, Cornel Wilde, Robert Douglas. Directed by Lewis Allen. Genre: Action-Adventure
Passage To Marseille movie trailer - starring Humphrey Bogart, Claude Rains, Sydney Greenstreet, Michele Morgan, Philip Dorn. Directed by Michael Curtiz. Genre: Action-Adventure
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A Roman commander falls for a Christian slave girl as Nero intensifies persecution of the new religion in Quo Vadis (1951) starring Robert Taylor.
Handkerchiefs at the ready as a British general (David Niven) finds the adoption of a beautiful orphan (Teresa Wright) leads to Enchantment (1948).
Introduction of Maureen O'Hara as the daughter of Athos, through two smart outfits, summoned to join the sons of the other 'Musketeers' (Cornel Wilde, Dan O'Herlihy, Alan Hale Jr.) who are convinced she's good looking, if not that she's a girl, early in At Sword's Point, 1952.
Mom Alice (Myrna Loy) commands breakfast for Tom (Peter Miles), spouse Fred (Shepperd Strudwick) and ranch-hand Billy (Robert Mitchum), with Aaron Copland score and John Steinbeck dialogue, in The Red Pony, 1949.
2nd generation musketeers D'Artagnan, Aramis, Porthos and Claire (Cornel Wilde, Dan O'Herlihy, Alan Hale Jr., Maureen O'Hara), contrive to see the sickly French queen (Gladys Cooper), hoping to stop the forced marriage of her daughter (Nancy Gates), in RKO's wacky At Sword's Point, 1952.
Follow the Aaron Copland score, again, as Tom (Peter Myles) enters a medieval fantasy (featuring ranch-hand pal Robert Mitchum) before the kids catch up en route to school in Lewis Milestone's The Red Pony, 1949.
Narration from John Steinbeck's screenplay, Director Lewis Milestone throwing down some technicolor, Aaron Copland's score, and Robert Mitchum in a barn, from the opening of The Red Pony 1949.
Arriving at the Roman home of Plautius (Felix Aylmer) and Pomponia (Nora Swinburne), saintly Greek Jew Paul (Abraham Sofaer), greets Lygia (Deborah Kerr) and meets Marcus Vinicus (Robert Taylor) in Quo Vadis, 1951.
MGM going very big with the parade for conqueror Vinicus (Robert Taylor), observed by Lygea (Deborah Kerr) and overseen by emperor Nero (Peter Ustinov) and consort Poppaea (Patricia Laffan) in Quo Vadis, 1951.
Based on a World War II drama. US soldiers try to save their comrade, paratrooper Private Ryan, who's stationed behind enemy lines.
Leslie Calvin, the sole survivor of a submarine accident, goes to her relatives in order to recover emotionally. Unfortunately she encounters various scam artists led by Mr. Sydney who intend to kill her and steal the family assets.
Steven Spielberg directed this powerful, realistic re-creation of WWII's D-day invasion and the immediate aftermath. The story opens with a prologue in which a veteran brings his family to the American cemetery at Normandy, and a flashback then joins Capt. John Miller (Tom Hanks) and GIs in a landing craft making the June 6, 1944, approach to Omaha Beach to face devastating German artillery fire. This mass slaughter of American soldiers is depicted in a compelling, unforgettable 24-minute sequence. Miller's men slowly move forward to finally take a concrete pillbox. On the beach littered with bodies is one with the name "Ryan" stenciled on his backpack. Army Chief of Staff Gen. George C. Marshall (Harve Presnell), learning that three Ryan brothers from the same family have all been killed in a single week, requests that the surviving brother, Pvt. James Ryan (Matt Damon), be located and brought back to the United States. Capt. Miller gets the assignment, and he chooses a translator, Cpl. Upham (Jeremy Davis), skilled in language but not in combat, to join his squad of right-hand man Sgt. Horvath (Tom Sizemore), plus privates Mellish (Adam Goldberg), Medic Wade (Giovanni Ribisi), cynical Reiben (Edward Burns) from Brooklyn, Italian-American Caparzo (Vin Diesel), and religious Southerner Jackson (Barry Pepper), an ace sharpshooter who calls on the Lord while taking aim. Having previously experienced action in Italy and North Africa, the close-knit squad sets out through areas still thick with Nazis. After they lose one man in a skirmish at a bombed village, some in the group begin to question the logic of losing more lives to save a single soldier. The film's historical consultant is Stephen E. Ambrose, and the incident is based on a true occurance in Ambrose's 1994 bestseller D-Day: June 6, 1944.
Nominated for eight Oscars, including Best Picture, this is the powerful story of a Roman soldier whose romance with a beautiful woman puts him at deadly odds with Emperor Nero. Based on the classic novel by Henry Sienkiewicz, it features stupendous battle scenes. Starring Robert Taylor ("Ivanhoe"), and Oscar-winners Deborah Kerr ("The King and I," "From Here to Eternity") and Peter Ustinov ("Spartacus"), who was nominated along with Leo Genn ("Henry V") for Best Supporting Actor. Directed by Oscar-winner director/producer Mervyn LeRoy ("The Wizard of Oz," "Little Caesar"). Be on the lookout for cameos by screen icons Elizabeth Taylor and Sophia Loren.
This is the powerful story of a Roman soldier whose romance with a beautiful woman puts him at deadly odds with Emperor Nero.
The legendary Sherlock Holmes squares off once again against his nemesis, the diabolically brilliant Professor Moriarty. Moriarty kidnaps the inventor of a new wartime bombsight, and threatens to sell the invention to the Nazis. England's fate hangs in the balance as Holmes and Watson must break a secret code of dancing men to stop the Nazis and rescue the inventor.
Bud is upset because he has lost a job to another boy.
Bud is upset because he has lost a job to another boy.
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