Danny Ocean likes his chances. All he asks is that his handpicked squad of 10 grifters and cons play the game like they have nothing to lose. If all goes right, the payoff will be a fat $150 million.
Whistling In Dixie movie trailer - starring Guy Kibbee, Red Skelton, Ann Rutherford, George Bancroft, Peter Whitney, Diana Lewis. Directed by S. Sylvan Simon. Genre: Comedy
Rating: Not Rated
A washroom attendant fantasizes that he is Louis XV of France. Songs by Cole Porter and a great cast!
Vaudevillian Bert Kalmar and piano player Harry Ruby join forces to become one of the most famous songwriting teams of the 1920s.
Whistling In The Dark movie trailer - starring Virginia Grey, Ann Rutherford, Red Skelton, Conrad Veidt, Rags Ragland. Directed by S. Sylvan Simon. Genre: Comedy
Rating: Not Rated
Eleven friends who know each other from World War II service plan to rob five of the biggest casinos in Las Vegas in one night. They develop a master plan but after the whole thing is over, something goes wrong...
A thief and 10 war buddies plan to rob five Las Vegas casinos at once. Star-studded cast includes Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, and Sammy Davis Jr.
The famous "Rat Pack" star as ex-paratroopers who band together to rob five casinos simultaneously. The caper goes off without a hitch but when one dies of a heart attack, the police seal off the city and the boys must think of a way to get out the loot.
The winner of five Academy Awards, including Best Picture, this classic film version of Jules Verne's beloved novel boasts an amazing all-star cast which includes Academy Award, Emmy and Golden Globe-winners Shirley MacLaine ("Rumor Has It," "In Her Shoes") and John Gielgud ("Elizabeth," "Quest for Camelot"), Academy Award and Golden Globe-winner and Emmy-nominee David Niven ("Curse of the Pink Panther," "Trail of the Pink Panther") and Academy Award and Golden Globe-nominee Marlene Dietrich ("Morocco," "Witness for the Prosecution"). Movie buffs will delight at the more than forty cameo appearances found throughout this globetrotting adventure, including Noel Coward, Trevor Howard, Peter Lorre and Frank Sinatra. One of the top-grossing films upon release, and great family entertainment! Selected by the prestigious American Film Institute as one of the 400 greatest American films of all time.
Adaptation of Jules Verne's novel about a Victorian Englishman who bets that with the new steamships and railways he can do what the title says.
Phileas Fogg places a 20,000-pound wager with several fellow members of London Reform Club, insisting that he can go around the world in eighty days. Fogg sets out on his world-girdling journey from Paris via balloon.
Think of Red Skelton and chances are you think of Clem Kadiddlehopper, The Mean Widdle Kid or Freddie the Freeloader. These and other Skelton comedy creations have tickled the funnybones of generations of TV viewers. But in The Clown, the legendary comic touches movie audiences in a surprisingly different way, combining his unique buffoonery with heart-tugging drama.
In this tragicomedy based on MGM's classic The Champ, Skelton portrays Dodo Delwyn, a once-great comedian whose gambling and boozing have reduced him to fairground clowning. Tim Considine (former Mouseketeer and My Three Sons star) plays Dodo's eight-year old son, who is wise beyond his years. He inspires Dodo to strive again for stardom...this time in that exciting new medium called television. Watching Dodo's hilarious TV antics is much like watching Skelton's own show, which was then in the second year of its extraordinary 20-year run.
Audiences always roared with delight when Red Skelton went one-on-one with post-war life in The Yellow Cab Man, The Fuller Brush Man and other films. In Half a Hero, the legendary comic took on a slice of 20th-century Americana that still resonates today: the suburbs. Red plays Ben Dobson, a magazine writer whose boss approves of Ben because he lives in a cramped Manhattan apartment instead of "the slums of tomorrow": the 'burbs. So, of course, when Ben movies his family to a sprawling housing development, he struggles (hilariously_ to keep the fact a secret. Jean Hagen, a year after her iconic portrayal of the itsy-voiced screen siren in Singin' in the Rain, plays Ben's long-suffering wife, and singer Polly Bergen makes a guest appearance with a torrid nightclub-scene rendition of "Love."
Red Skelton was already a presence on early TV, brining creations like Clem Kadiddlehopper and Freddie the Freeloader into millions of living rooms, when he made his last film for MGM, the studio that had been his movie home since 1940. The beloved funnyman portrays diamond cutter Ambrose C. Park (the middle initials stands for "Central") in The Great Diamond Robbery. Park is eager to demonstrate his talent to his employer by working on the rare Blue Goddess diamond. It's a delicate task. One mistake and the gem will be worthless. Two mistakes: it'll be worthlesser! But Park confidently takes on the job, accompanied by criminals who have convinced him they're his long-lose family and who secretly aim to steal the diamond after it's cut. Will Park find out he's being hoodwinked before it's too late? Most certainly. And that's when the antic finale begins...
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