Cast (Feature Film)

A Million for Mary (1916)
The dog

Life Events


Movie Clip

Black Legion (1936) — (Movie Clip) How’d You Like The Picture Betty (Ann Sheridan) after the movies steamrolls factory worker Ed (Dick Foran) into the proposal for which she’s been angling, at the soda shop, Pat C. Flick the proprietor Nick, and Helen Flint as the brassy widow at the counter, in the progressive Warner Bros. melodrama Black Legion, 1937.
Black Legion (1936) -- (Movie Clip) Do I Have To Say This? Xenophobic factory worker Frank (Humphrey Bogart) hesitates a little, being sworn into his new anti-immigrant club, hooded Hargrave (Alonzo Price) officiating, in Warner Bros.' Black Legion, 1936.
Torpedo Run (1958) -- (Movie Clip) Good Old Fujiyama Sighting land in their chase after a Japanese battleship, Sloan (Ernest Borgnine) and Commander Doyle (Glenn Ford) elect to surface, with Lt. Foley (Dean Jones) running late, in Torpedo Run, 1958.
Torpedo Run (1958) -- (Movie Clip) Rough On The Skipper Opening scene, clearly tormented submarine Commander Doyle (Glenn Ford) takes out a Japanese ship with one shot, supported by executive officer Sloan (Ernest Borgnine), in Torpedo Run, 1958, from a story by Richard Sale.
Torpedo Run (1958) -- (Movie Clip) I'm A Bad Risk Ending a sequence in which Cmdr. Doyle (Glenn Ford) had to torpedo the transport ship carrying his wife and daughter, because it was used to “screen” a Japanese ship he was obligated to attack, a flashback to his courtship with Jane (Diane Brewster), with his best-buddy Lt. Archie Sloan (Ernest Borgnine), in Torpedo Run, 1958.
Black Legion (1936) -- (Movie Clip) This Deadly Peril Upstairs using code with shopkeeper Osgood (Charles Halton), Frank (Humphrey Bogart) is admitted to his first meeting, joining pal Cliff (Joseph Sawyer) and a fiery speaker (Paul Harvey), in Black Legion, 1936.
Wings Of Eagles, The (1957) -- (Movie Clip) Let's Buzz 'Em! Joining director John Ford’s raucous opening of his bio-pic about his Navy flier-turned-writer friend Frank “Spig” Wead, John Wayne in the lead, Kenneth Tobey co-piloting an unauthorized flight, Maureen O’Hara his furious wife leading pursuit, Penascola ca. 1920, in The Wings Of Eagles, 1957.
Wings Of Eagles, The (1957) -- (Movie Clip) It Got Away From Us Wife Min (Maureen O’Hara) visits hospitalized Navy flier Frank “Spig” Wead (John Wayne), paralyzed after a mundane domestic accident, as he adopts a brave but false position regarding their future, in director John Ford’s posthumous bio-pic on his friend and collaborator, The Wings Of Eagles, 1957.
Wings Of Eagles, The (1957) -- (Movie Clip) Stay Broke And Keep Moving Price (Ken Curtis) narrating, graduating navy flight school with pal "Spig" Wead (John Wayne) his wife Min (Maureen O'Hara) attending, then objecting when officers choose her husband for a big assignment, in John Ford's The Wings Of Eagles, 1957.
Wings Of Eagles, The (1957) -- (Movie Clip) I'm Gonna Move That Toe! Paralyzed after a freak household accident, Navy flyer Frank "Spig" Wead (John Wayne) in rehab with trainer "Jughead" (Dan Dailey), a famous sequence from director John Ford's tribute to Wead, The Wings Of Eagles, 1957.
Wings Of Eagles, The (1957) -- (Movie Clip) Damn The Martinis John Ford directs Ward Bond in an emphatic impression of himself, a director called "John Dodge," meeting writer and Navy flier Frank "Spig" Wead (John Wayne), who will become a lifelong friend, in the bio-pic The Wings Of Eagles, 1957.
Wings Of Eagles, The (1957) -- (Movie Clip) Fly This! Frank "Spig" Wead (John Wayne) and Price (Ken Curtis) lead the Navy flight team, celebrating with the Army team (Kenneth Tobey commanding), a classic John Ford brawl in the director's bio-pic about his flier-turned-writer friend, The Wings Of Eagles, 1957.