Private Lives movie trailer - starring Una Merkel, Robert Montgomery, Reginald Denny, Jean Hersholt, Norma Shearer, George Davis. Directed by Sidney Franklin. Genre: Comedy
Rating: Not Rated
Fact-based account of American PT boat captains who took on the Japanese after the bombing of Pearl Harbor. Colorized version available.
Maybe not MGM's best idea ever, Leo the animated Lion, with the trailer for No More Ladies, 1935, in which a society girl (Joan Crawford) tries to reform her playboy husband (Robert Montgomery) by making him jealous.
Recently-deceased Joe Pendleton (Robert Montgomery) negotiates with bumbling Messenger 7013 (Edward Everett Horton) and Mr. Jordan (Claude Rains) over his missing body in Here Comes Mr. Jordan, 1941.
Trainer Max (James Gleason), having learned that millionaire Farnsworth (Robert Montgomery) is really his deceased fighter Joe Pendleton, tries to have a chat with invisible Mr. Jordan (Claude Rains) in Here Comes Mr. Jordan, 1941.
Two bickering reporters turn a small-town wedding into a battleground in Warner Bros.' June Bride (1948), starring Bette Davis and Robert Montgomery.
Hopes are raised when Ryan (John Wayne) and fellow P-T boat captains see a chance for action, then dashed when Brickley (Robert Montgomery) gets orders from the admiral (Charles Trowbridge), in They Were Expendable, 1945.
Director John Ford framing the predicament, torpedo boat pilots Brickley (Robert Montgomery) and Ryan (John Wayne) put on a terrific show in Manila Bay, then get dissed by an admiral, early in They Were Expendable, 1946.
Navy nurse and almost-girlfriend Sandy (Donna Reed) joins Rusty Ryan (John Wayne), his superior Brickley (Robert Montgomery) and cohorts for dinner and sentiment in the Philippines, in John Ford's They Were Expendable, 1945.
Torpedo boat skipper Ryan (John Wayne), furious at being sent to the hospital after getting his first decent mission, takes his frustration out on nurse and lieutenant Sandy (Donna Reed), in John Ford's They Were Expendable, 1946.
Japanese planes in attack formation over Manila Bay, Brickley (Robert Montgomery) and his exec Ryan (John Wayne) sense a chance to demonstrate the value of their often overlooked Motor Torpedo Boat Squadron, early in John Ford's They Were Expendable, 1945.
Airline boss Riviere (John Barrymore) cracking the whip in Buenos Aires, flier Fabian (Clark Gable, scarcely seen) making the trip, and his wife Simone (Helen Hayes, her first scene), checking his progress, in Night Flight, 1933.
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.
Philip Marlowe searches for a missing woman in this mystery shot entirely from the detective's viewpoint.
Oscar and Golden Globe-winner John Wayne ("True Grit," "Stagecoach") stars in this moving drama about a Navy commander who fights to prove the battle-worthiness of the PT boat at the start of World War II. Oscar and Golden Globe-winner and Emmy-nominee Donna Reed ("It's a Wonderful Life") and Oscar-nominee Robert Montgomery ("Night Must Fall") co-star. Based on a true story.
John Wayne stars in this moving drama about a Navy commander who fights to prove the battle-worthiness of the PT boat at the start of World War II.
John Wayne stars in this moving drama about a Navy commander who fights to prove the battle-worthiness of the PT boat at the start of World War II. Donna Reed and Robert Montgomery co-star. Based on a true story.
They're married for bitter or worse - until a technicality renders the union void. But now Mr. misses Mrs. and he's desperate to win her back. A rare and delightful foray into screwball comedy from suspense master Hitchcock.
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