Tarzan And The She-Devil movie trailer - starring Raymond Burr, Lex Barker, Tom Conway, Monique van Vooren, Joyce MacKenzie. Directed by Kurt Neumann. Genre: Action-Adventure
Rating: Not Rated
A 1961 biographical featurette on the Oscar -winning actress of Mrs. Miniver (1942) and other critically acclaimed MGM films.
101 Dalmatians movie trailer - starring Rod Taylor, J. Pat O'Malley, Betty Lou Gerson, Martha Wentworth, Ben Wright, Cate Bauer. Directed by Clyde Geronimi. Genre: Family
A girl's search for her missing sister puts her in conflict with a band of satanists in The Seventh Victim (1943) starring Kim Hunter.
Betty Barnes (an unusually brazen Paulette Goddard) is openly trying to seduce her boss Blevins (Leif Erickson), who's busy playing footsie with a chair, in Paris Model, 1953.
Gogo Montaine (Eva Gabor) is just explaining her method with men to fashionista Berta (Bibs Borman) when she decides to make a purchase, working her cigarette holder, in Paris Model, 1953.
A nurse in the Caribbean resorts to voodoo to cure her patient in the horror classic I Walked With A Zombie (1943).
Upon hearing news of a crime, savvy cabbie Patty (Ann Rutherford) and her amnesiac fare (Tom Conway) skip the police station, then visit a tailor and wife (Chester Clute, Almira Sessions), in the RKO programmer Two O'Clock Courage, 1945, directed by Anthony Mann.
Paul (Tom Conway) offers bland reassurance to Betsy (Frances Dee) after her first encounter with her patient Jessica (Christine Gordon) in producer Val Lewton's I Walked with a Zombie, 1943.
Kay (Greer Garson), in the garden of a morning, finds the missing German flier (Helmut Dantine), beginning a famous scene in William Wyler's Mrs. Miniver, 1942.
Now dressed-up, cabbie Patty (Ann Rutherford) and amnesiac friend (Tom Conway) at last make progress, as they discover a restaurant where he's called 'Step,' and where Helen (Jane, billed as 'Bettejane' Greer) pounces, in Two O'Clock Courage, 1945.
Nurse Betsy (Frances Dee) and her patient (Christine Gordon) meet Carre Four (Darby Jones) and experience voodoo in producer Val Lewton's thriller I Walked with a Zombie, 1943.
The wife of a plantation owner is terrorized by a gorilla, who turns out to be her husband.
A widow tells a psychiatrist the story of her four husbands, each of whom died and left her with enormous wealth.
This black comedy opens with Louisa Foster donating a multimillion dollar check to the IRS. The tax department thinks she's crazy and sends her to a psychiatrist. She then discusses her four marriages, in which all of her husbands became incredibly rich and died prematurely because of their drive to be rich.
When a nuclear-powered submarine, the Tiger Shark, sets out to investigate a series of mysterious disappearances near the Arctic Circle, its fearless crew finds itself besieged by electrical storms, an Unidentified Floating Saucer, and lots of hairy tentacles.
"He was the most hated man on earth. But he could have been one of the great men in history. He was a genius."
So begins the post-mortem recollections of the cast of characters that had the misfortune of crossing paths with Clementi Sabourin,
a cad of such monumental proportions that only George Sanders could play him. Clementi's story plays out in a series of flashbacks,
as his life story is relayed by those who knew him to the police, who are investigating his murder.
Yvonne DeCarlo, Zsa Zsa Gabor (the ex-Mrs. Sanders), Nancy Gates and Coleen Gray play the eye-catching "Four beautiful reasons
behind...the Death of a Scoundrel" promised by the film's poster while Sanders' sibling Tom Conway appears as Clementi's brother.
Contributions from the equally celebrated James Wong Howe (cinematographer) and Max Steiner (composer) add luster to the film's pulp
noir pursuit of the truth of a great man, greatly dedicated to only himself.
A lonely woman falls madly in love with a ventriloquist and follows him around the country.
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