After his partner dumps him, a resourceful dancer turns a chorus girl into a star. Includes Oscar winning Irving Berlin score!
Above And Beyond movie trailer - starring Robert Taylor, James Whitmore, Eleanor Parker, Larry Gates, Larry Keating. Genre: Drama
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Thousands Cheer movie trailer - starring Judy Garland, Mickey Rooney, Mary Astor, Gene Kelly, Lucille Ball, Kathryn Grayson. Directed by George Sidney. Genre: Musical
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Romance develops between a beautiful designer and a polo star in South America. Features Williams water ballet!
This number known as 'The Binge,' Andre Previn music, Gene Kelly, co-directing with Stanley Donen, as a de-mobilized WWII vet, with buddies Dan Dailey and Michael Kidd, having hit some bars after learning that his girl got married, early in It's Always Fair Weather, 1955.
Lassie's Great Adventure/The Painted Hills movie trailer - starring June Lockhart, Hugh Reilly, Jon Provost, Will J. White, Richard Kiel, Walter Stocker. Directed by William Beaudine. Genre: Family
True story of a Chicago gangster's discovery and eventual ruination of 1920's singer Ruth Etting. Terrific performances and score!
A photographer confined to his apartment suspects that one of his neighbors may have murdered his wife. Classic Hitchcock!
The reunion of three GIs a decade after World War II turns out differently than expected. Story and songs by Betty Comden and Adolph Green!
An exiled king (Ezio Pinza) and a film star (Lana Turner) try to rekindle a romance from the past in Mr. Imperium (1951).
Red Skelton masquerades as a spy and lands behind enemy lines during the Civil War in A Southern Yankee (1948) with gags written by Buster Keaton.
A reporter uncovers an amazing medical plot.
In Chicago, the corrupt sheriff and Guy Gisborne, a south-side racketeer, knock off the boss Big Jim. Everyone falls in line behind Guy except Robbo, who controls the north side.
In prohibition-era Chicago, Guy Gisborne knocks off the boss Big Jim. Everyone falls in line behind Guy except Robbo, who controls the north side. When he gives some money to the orphanage, he becomes the toast of the town, a la Robin Hood.
LOVE ME OR LEAVE ME combines hilarious comedy, true-to-life drama and rousing song that underscore the play’s themes of responsibility and forgiveness. Cynthia Wyatt (Angela Evans) is a troubled teen who abandons her fraternal twin infants, leaving her mother (Shirley Murdock) to raise the children. Now, 20 years later, one of the twins (Elise Neal) is an attorney set to marry the man of her dreams (Christian Keyes); the other (Carl Payne) is an unemployed man-child. Both have issues. When Cynthia returns out of the blue, hoping to reclaim her place in their lives, no one is spared the soul-searching that ensues.
Academy Award-winner Gene Kelly ("Singin' in the Rain," "An American in Paris"), Oscar-nominee Dan Dailey ("The Pride of St. Louis"), and 5-time Tony-winner dancer/choreographer Michael Kidd ("Seven Brides for Seven Brothers," "Hello Dolly!") star as three WWII comrades who meet again during a ten-year reunion only to discover they have nothing in common. Co-starring the exquisite Cyd Charisse ("Singin' in the Rain"). A musical delight directed by Kelly and Stanley Donen ("Singin' in the Rain," Seven Brides for Seven Brothers"), it received Oscar-nominations for Best Screenplay and Score.
Brilliant performances by Doris Day and James Cagney highlight this story of jazz singing sensation Ruth Etting and the vicious Chicago hood who controlled her life.
LOVE ME OR LEAVE ME combines hilarious comedy, true-to-life drama and rousing song that underscore the play's themes of responsibility and forgiveness.
Larry sets out to show us that Los Angeles is still the world's leading producer of peculiar people, a task that proves to be amazingly easy. He first tackles the array of wacky health fads, jumping from laughing yoga to the vibrating gym to a workout with the ultimate health nut, Richard Simmons. He then takes a brief visit to the odd world of the LA hipster dodgeball league before fleeing from those speeding rubber balls. He sees another kind of strangeness when he meets an airline obsessive guy who is lovingly re-creating a Pan Am 747, just to hang out in. And what trip to LA would be complete without famous people sightings? Larry uncovers the underside of fame as he joins forces with the paparazzi to give us a unique peak into the madness of celebrity culture.
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When Oscar's college dreams and aspirations are put in jeopardy because of his lack of extracurricular activities, he enlists Bea and Milo's help in finding a school club he can join. Unfortunately, there is only one option left... the cheer squad.
After an emotional moment on the air with Richard Simmons to discuss the progress of Hank's new diet, Larry comes across a report on his show's ratings in Arthur's office. Although concerned by the low numbers compared to his competitors, Arthur insists that they mean nothing and insists that Larry forget all about them. However, asked about his image, Jeannie claims it is the hostility bubbling beneath Larry's surface that viewers find attractive. Returning to work the following day, Larry is surprised when a new security guard asks to see his identification before allowing him into the studio. Already uncomfortable with his "angry" image, when Larry is told that the guard has been fired for the mistake, he insists that he be given his job back. Unable to shake his concerns about his "likability factor," Larry asks Arthur for a focus group test to find out what his viewers really think of him and the show. Advised by Arthur not to do anything different because of the focus group, Larry cynically insists that all of his shows are absolutely typical. Then, while secretly watching their reactions after the show, Larry is shocked by the group's responses, but is counseled by Arthur to stop worrying about what other people think and to start liking himself more. Finally, though told by Larry that the focus group hated him, Hank discovers that he is one of the best-liked parts of the show.
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The Baby rebels furiously against his father Earl's attempts to toilet train him, and escapes into the woods, where hungry predators seek to devour him.
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Furious at the prospect of being fired from a moonlighting job, Lydia calms down long enough to learn about morale boosting from an effervescent exercise teacher.
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A magazine, entitled, "Tomorrow's Woman," is asking for readers of merged families to submit a story about his or her family. Carol secretly composes an article about her family and sends it in.
Beaver's job as a caddy keeps him running around. When he witnesses one of the golfers cheating to win a $500 bet, he's torn about whether to tell.
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