Detective Story movie trailer - starring Kirk Douglas, Eleanor Parker, Lee Grant, William Bendix, Bert Freed. Directed by William Wyler. Theatrical Release Date: 11/1/1951
Rating: Not Rated
Weekend At The Waldorf movie trailer - starring Keenan Wynn, Ginger Rogers, Walter Pidgeon, Van Johnson, Lana Turner, Robert Benchley. Directed by Robert Z. Leonard. Genre: Drama
Rating: Not Rated
An inner city school teacher goes above and beyond the call of duty to reach his rebellious students. Low budget classic features the rock anthem 'Rock Around the Clock'.
Go For Broke movie trailer - starring Van Johnson. Directed by Robert Pirosh. Theatrical Release Date: 9/22/1951
Rating: Not Rated
Rio Conchos movie trailer - starring Stuart Whitman, Richard Boone, Jim Brown, Anthony Franciosa, Warner Anderson, Wende Wagner. Directed by Gordon Douglas. Genre: Drama
Rating: Not Rated
Final episode in the popular series, in which Nick and Nora Charles check out the New York jazz scene to find the murderer of a musician. One of young Stockwell's earliest roles!
Go for Broke! -- A tribute to the U.S. 442nd Regimental Combat Team, formed in 1943 by Presidential permission with Japanese-American volunteers. We follow the training of a platoon under the rueful command of Lt. Mike Grayson who shares common prejudices of the time.
Destination Moon -- Destination Moon was the first major science fiction film produced in the United States and lifted the genre from the realm of the fantastic to the world of the believable. Co-scripted by Robert Heinlein from his novel 'Rocketship Galileo,' 'Destination Moon's' suspenseful plot relates the saga of man's first voyage to the moon amid a series of scientific cliffhangers. It also marked producer George Pal's initial association with the genre. Later, Pal would produce some of Hollywood's most popular sci-fi films, including 'War of the Worlds,' 'When Worlds Collide' and 'The Time Machine.' Breathtakingly photographed in vivid Technicolor, 'Destination Moon' remains a science fiction landmark.
Destination Moon -- One of the first science fiction films to attempt a high level of accurate technical detail tells the story of the first trip to the moon.
Objective, Burma! -- Trailer for this heroic adventure
The Caine Mutiny -- A naval lieutenant is court-martialed for seizing command of a minesweeper from a neurotic commander (Humphrey Bogart).
Go for Broke! -- The story of Japanese-American soldiers who fought in Europe during World War II.
Rio Conchos unfolds in Texas, shortly after the end of the Civil War. A group of four men led by ex-Confederate soldier Major Jim Lassiter (Richard Boone) sets out across the desert on a secret mission to prevent an unbalanced ex-Confederate colonel from selling a cache of stolen rifles to a band of warrior Apaches. The ex-Confederate colonel hopes to supply the renegade Indians with rifles in an attempt to recruit their help in carving out a chunk of Confederate territory in the West. The conflicts among the four men make this a provocative and engaging film.
Two Army Officers, An Alcoholic Ex-Confederate Soldier And A Womanizing Mexican Travel To Mexico On A Secret Mission To Prevent A Megalomaniacal Ex-Confederate Colonel From Selling A Cache Of Stolen Rifles To A Band Of Murderous Apaches.
After the Civil War, two Army officers, an alcoholic ex-Confederate soldier and a suave Mexican, set out across the Texas desert on a secret mission.
An ex-Confederate Army officer, John Parrish (Glenn Ford, 3:10 to Yuma, 1957), plans to sell up to nearby Anchor Ranch and move east with his fiancée, but the low price offered by Anchor's crippled owner, Lee Wilkenson (Edward G. Robinson, Mackenna's Gold), and the outfit's bullyboy tactics make him think again. When one of his ranch hands is murdered, he decides to stay and fight, utilizing his war experience. Meanwhile, all is not well at Anchor Ranch where the owner's wife, Martha (Barbara Stanwyck, T.V.'s The Big Valley), has been carrying on for years with her husband's brother who, in turn, keeps a local Mexican sweetie in town.
Randolph Scott stars as Marshal Coleen Wave, a lawman who moves from town to town in the Colorado Territory, ridding each of its outlaws. His dedication to his gob causes his wife, played by Angela Lansbury (TV's "Murder She Wrote"), to leave him. She will not come back to him until he has hung up his guns for good. But he is determined to clean up one last town, run by bandits, who don't want to see the territory become a state.
Glen Ford is riveting as a dedicated teacher whose idealism fades under the tensions that rip his classroom apart. Anne Francis and Sidney Poitier co-star.
Randolph Scott stars as Marshal Coleen Wave, a lawman who moves from town to town in the Colorado Territory, ridding each of its outlaws.
Edward G. Robinson plays a disagreeable cattle baron whose wife (Barbara Stanwyck) is two-timing him. Together with his brother (with whom Stanwyck is having the affair), Robinson snatches up land illegally. Glenn Ford plays the pacifist who must engage in guerrilla warfare with the greedy brothers.
On Rocky's suggestion, Jim meets with Kate Banning, a grieving mother whose police officer son was recently found dead. Although she cannot afford to pay, Kate wants Jim to prove that her son didn't die accidentally but, rather, was murdered.
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