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Thieves' Highway (1949) -- (Movie Clip) I'm The Friendly Type Weary trucker Nick, at the San Francisco produce market (director Jules Dassin shooting on location), aiming not to get shafted on his first delivery, doesn’t know what to make of Rica (Valentina Cortese, her first scene), in Thieves’ Highway, 1949, from A.I. Bezzerides’ novel and screenplay.
Thieves' Highway (1949) -- (Movie Clip) The Chinese Have Small Feet During his big fat Greek-American return to California, ship mechanic Nick (Richard Conte), with his mom, dad (Tamara Shayne, Morris Carnovsky) and probably-fianceè Polly (Barbara Lawrence), discovers bad news that had been kept from him, early in Jules Dassin’s Thieves’ Highway, 1949.
Let's Make It Legal (1951) -- (Movie Clip) I'm Am Eligible Bachelor Too Nearly-divorced hotel exec Hugh (MacDonald Carey) with daughter Barbara (Bates) who hopes he’ll reconcile with her mom, visited by Marilyn Monroe (swim-suited in her first scene) then her husband Jerry (Robert Wagner), his employee, shooting on location at the Hotel Miramar, Santa Monica, in Let’s Make It Legal, 1951.
Let's Make It Legal (1951) -- (Movie Clip) No Staying Power With daughter Barbara (Bates) and son-in-law Jerry (Robert Wagner) observing, almost-divorced Hugh (MacDonald Carey) has wife Miriam (Claudette Colbert) almost convinced he’s quit gambling when the phone rings, leaving a path for back-in-town ex-beau Victor (Zachary Scott), in Let’s Make It Legal, 1951.
Let's Make It Legal (1951) -- (Movie Clip) That Was Before We Were Married First scene for improbably handsome Robert (“R-J”) Wagner as Jerry, spouse of drowsy Barbara (Bates) who, we learn, is more comfortable than he about living with her mother (Claudette Colbert as Miriam), whose divorce is about to become official, and whose gardener (Jim Hayward) just tangled with her husband, early in Let’s Make It Legal, 1951.
My Gal Sal (1942) -- (Movie Clip) What's Your Answer? Joining the number midway, headliner Sally (Rita Hayworth) performing a song in fact written by Paul Dresser, the brother of the novelist Theodore Dreiser, played here by Victor Mature, who's come to New York seeking redress, James Gleason his agent, in My Gal Sal, 1942.
Black Swan, The (1942) -- (Movie Clip) Ye Porker's Sterne At a tavern in Jamaica, 1674, pirate Leech (George Sanders) dominates until challenged by rival Waring (Tyrone Power) and sidekick (Thomas Mitchell), fencing until the apparently legit new English governor Morgan (Laird Cregar) intervenes, in The Black Swan, 1942, co-starring Maureen O'Hara.
Black Swan, The (1942) -- (Movie Clip) The English Dog Still Barks Tyrone Power on the rack in Technicolor, as captured English pirate "Jamie" Waring, grilled by a Spanish colonial official (Fortuno Bonanova), then rescued by pal Tommy Blue (Thomas Mitchell), early in The Black Swan, 1942, from the Rafael Sabatini novel.
Black Swan, The (1942) -- (Movie Clip) I've Known Too Many Hellcats Pirate "Jamie" Waring (Tyrone Power), in Jamaica, 1674, has political, personal and chauvinistic reasons to abduct Lady Margaret (Maureen O'Hara), daughter of the deposed English governor, Thomas Mitchell as his annoyed cohort "Tommy," in The Black Swan, 1942.
Black Swan, The (1942) -- (Movie Clip) A Gentleman Must Refuse At the investiture of the new British governor in Jamaica, his aide Waring (Tyrone Power), a loyal pirate, pursues Margaret (Maureen O'Hara), daughter of the ousted governor, her boyfriend (Edward Ashley) proven a wimp, in The Black Swan, 1942, from a Rafael Sabatini novel.
Suddenly (1954) -- (Movie Clip) Nothing Wrong Yet At this point, as far as we know Baron (Frank Sinatra) and posse (Paul Frees, Christopher Dark) might be legitimate, as they visit Ellen (Nancy Gates), son Pidge (Kim Carney) and Pops (James Gleason) before a still-secret presidential visit to a California town called Suddenly, 1954.
Suddenly (1954) -- (Movie Clip) She Doesn't Like Guns Opening scene, Sterling Hayden is Tod, the sheriff, Pidge (Kim Charney) the son of widowed Ellen (Nancy Gates) of whom, we learn, the sheriff is enamored, in a small California town for which the movie is named, Suddenly, the 1954 assassination drama co-starring Frank Sinatra.