Mamie Van Doren (as Sally) grooves to an infectious tune by classmate Marvin (Conway Twitty) as professors Steve and Betty (Steve Allen and wife Jayne Meadows) host a party complicated by spiked punch, in College Confidential, 1960.
Indignant Ted (Elisha Cook) is unsurprised to find TV star Steve Allen (as Steve McKinter) is his daughter's professor, exchange student Gogo (Ziva Rodann) attending, as he launches a diatribe in College Confidential 1960.
Pacific commander Admiral Halsey (James Cagney) visiting with soldiers at Guadalcanal, with aide Andy (Dennis Weaver) and producer-director Robert Montgomery narrating, in The Gallant Hours, 1960.
Sally (Mamie Van Doren) comes home late to Dad (Elisha Cook) and Mom (Pamela Mason) and does quite well in a scene hearkening Rebel Without A Cause, early in College Confidential, 1960.
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James Cagney stars as war hero Admiral William F. "Bull" Halsey in this classic directed by Robert Montgomery. On the verge of retirement, Halsey recalls his most fateful wartime experience: his five-week showdown between himself and Japanese Admiral Yamamoto in 1942. In command of the American naval forces in the Pacific, Halsey scores a crucial, tide-turning victory at Guadalcanal. In concentrating on the participants rather than the battle itself, The Gallant Hours is a character study of a remarkable American.
James Cagney is riveting as the legendary commander of South Pacific forces, Admiral William F. 'Bull' Halsey, in this extraordinary film that depicts his courageous actions during the Japanese war.
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