Cast (Feature Film)

An Enemy to the King (1916)
Henry, Duke of Guise

Life Events


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Stowaway (1936) -- (Movie Clip) He Growled At Me! Orphan Ching-Ching (Shirley Temple), who dozed off in a car that got loaded onto a liner departing Shanghai, winds up in the cabin of Susan (Alice Faye) and her mother-in-law to-be (Helen Westley), the captain (Robert Greig) calming nerves, in Stowaway, 1936, from producer Buddy DeSylva.
Stowaway (1936) -- (Movie Clip) Greetings Ching Ching Having learned already that she's the orphan daughter of missionaries in China, and that a local warlord is rampaging, we meet "Ching Ching" (Shirley Temple) whom Sun Lo (Philip Ahn) has sworn to protect, in 20th Century-Fox's Stowaway, 1936, co-starring Robert Young and Alice Faye.
Stowaway (1936) -- (Movie Clip) All Things Have Two Prices Ching-Ching (Shirley Temple), the orphan daughter of missionaries and now a refugee, forgotten by her negligent escort, wanders Shanghai seeking food for her dog, and meets benevolent American Tommy (Robert Young), his first scene in Stowaway, 1936.
Stowaway (1936) -- (Movie Clip) You Gotta S-M-I-L-E At port in Hong Kong, enjoying a show with friends Tommy and Susan (Robert Young, Alice Faye), who are not (yet) a couple, orphan Ching-Ching (Shirley Temple, with a song by Harry Revel and Mack Gordon) reveals hidden talents, with impressions, in 20th Century-Fox's Stowaway, 1936.
Scandal At Scourie (1953) -- (Movie Clip) Because I'm A Protestant? Irish-born Ontarian Mrs. McChesney (Greer Garson) has just failed in her scheme to cause Quebec orphan Patsy (Donna Corcoran) to miss her train west with the nuns, so she makes a spontaneous offer to Sister Josephine (Agnes Moorehead), Arthur Shields the local priest, in MGM's Scandal At Scourie, 1953.
Gentleman Jim (1942) -- (Movie Clip) Come Out Fighting San Franciscan Errol Flynn (title character, Jim Corbett), cited by experts as among the most naturally gifted actors ever to play a fighter, squares off with Burke (Jack Foster) a former champ, Jack Carson, Alexis Smith, Alan Hale, Arthur Shields supporting, in Warner Bros.’ Gentleman Jim, 1942.
She Wore A Yellow Ribbon (1949) -- (Movie Clip) He'll Live To Make Sergeant The famous and largely accidental "lightning" sequence which won cinematographer Winton Hoch his Academy Award, in which Brittles (John Wayne) helps the doctor (Arthur Shields) and Abby (Mildred Natwick) save an injured soldier in John Ford's She Wore A Yellow Ribbon, 1949.
Bundle Of Joy (1956) -- (Movie Clip) Your Charming Character Shopgirl Polly (Debbie Reynolds), dismissed and wrongly assumed to be the mother of a foundling, deals with colleague Freddie (Tommy Noonan) then with Dan (Eddie Fisher, Reynolds' husband), the conscientious son of the boss, in Bundle Of Joy, 1956.
Some Came Running (1959) -- (Movie Clip) You're A Nice Kid From the opening credits, veteran Dave Hirsch (Frank Sinatra) has forgotten about Ginny (Shirley MacLaine), arriving in his Indiana home town on a Greyhound, in Some Came Running, 1959, Vincente Minnelli's film from the James Jones novel.
Some Came Running (1959) -- (Movie Clip) Same Handsome Rascal Arriving with long-estranged banker brother Frank (Arthur Kennedy), ex-writer and discharged soldier Dave (Frank Sinatra) meets sister-in-law Agnes (Leora Dana) and niece Dawn (Betty Lou Keim), in Vincente Minnelli's Some Came Running, 1959.
Some Came Running (1959) -- (Movie Clip) One Hundred Percent Platonic Long inactive writer Dave (Frank Sinatra) is more interested in creative writing teacher Gwen (Martha Hyer) than in his work, as she reviews his latest, in Vincente Minnelli's Some Came Running, 1959.
Some Came Running (1959) -- (Movie Clip) He Ain't In Love With Me Chicago party-girl Ginny (Shirley MacLaine) visits college teacher Gwen (Martha Hyer) on campus, inquiring about Dave (Frank Sinatra, not seen), a key moment in Vincente Minnelli's Some Came Running, 1959.