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Filmography

Sundown Riders (1948)

Photos & Videos

General Spanky - Publicity Stills
Way Out West - Movie Poster
Turnabout - Publicity Stills

Biography

Filmography

 

Cast (Feature Film)

Sundown Riders (1948)

Life Events

Photo Collections

General Spanky - Publicity Stills
Here are a few stills taken to help publicize General Spanky (1936), produced by Hal Roach and starring Spanky McFarland and Billie "Buckwheat" Thomas.
Way Out West - Movie Poster
Here is a movie poster from Way Out West (1937). starring Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy.
Turnabout - Publicity Stills
Here are a few Publicity Stills taken for Turnabout (1940), starring Carole Landis and John Hubbard. Publicity stills were specially-posed photos, usually taken off the set, for purposes of publicity or reference for promotional artwork.

Videos

Movie Clip

To Catch A Thief (1955) -- (Movie Clip) Ever Been Married? Alfred Hitchcock was likely more interested in the color than the story, as he arranges for Robie (Cary Grant) to meet Hughson (John Williams) in the flower market in Nice, in To Catch A Thief, 1955.
When Worlds Collide (1951) -- (Movie Clip) Most Frightening Discovery Producer George Pal goes biblical with the opening, ubiquitous Paul Frees narration and Rudolph Maté directing, through a backdrop that looks like the Hale telescope at Mount Palomar, CA, described as an imaginary South African observatory, we meet Hayden Rorke (later known as Dr Bellows on TV’s I Dream Of Jeannie) as Bronson, with aides, describing grim findings, in When World’s Collide, 1951.
When Worlds Collide (1951) -- (Movie Clip) The World Prays More momentous narration from Paul Frees, as world opinion has coalesced around predictions that planet Zyra, then a star, will overwhelm earth, Randall and Joyce (Richard Derr, Barbara Rush) in the control center with her scientist father (Larry Keating) and John Hoyt as the disabled unstable financier Stanton, the escape rocket ready, as producer George Pal lets loose the SFX, in When World’s Collide, 1951.
All The Young Men (1950) -- (Movie Clip) October 11, 1950 Wholly factual framing by writer-producer-director Hall Bartlett, for his fictional story and USMC unit, introducing top-billed Sidney Poitier and (co-producer) Alan Ladd, along wtih Charles Quinlivan, boxer Ingemar Johansson, comic Mort Sahl et al, camera by Daniel Fapp on location at Glacier National Park, opening All The Young Men, 1960.
All The Young Men (1960) -- (Movie Clip) I'm A Madman Heavyweight champ Ingemar Johansson (as "Torgil") with a Swedish folk song, standup pioneer Mort Sahl (as "Crane") with a routine he must have written, bivouacked in a farmhouse with comrades (James Darren, Paul Richards, Glenn Corbett), in the Korean War drama All The Young Men, 1960.
All The Young Men (1960) -- (Movie Clip) He's In Command Lt. Toland (Charles Quinlivan) about to expire, carried back by Sgt. Towler (Sidney Poitier), who he gives command over Sgt. Kincaid (co-producer Alan Ladd), southerner Bracken (Paul Richards) objecting, in the Korean War drama All The Young Men, 1960.
Of Mice And Men (1939) -- (Movie Clip) A Place Like That... Disabled Candy (Roman Bohnen) wonders if he can join new farm-hand pals George (Burgess Meredith) and Lenny (Lon Chaney Jr.) in their fantasy of buying their own place, in director Lewis Milestone's Of Mice And Men, 1939, from the Steinbeck novel.
Of Mice And Men (1939) -- (Movie Clip) Opening, Lenny And George California migrant farm workers Lenny (Lon Chaney Jr.) and George (Burgess Meredith) are fleeing angry citizens of "Weed" in the opening of Lewis Milestone's Of Mice And Men, 1939, from the John Steinbeck novel.
Of Mice And Men (1939) -- (Movie Clip) Them New Guys Candy (Roman Bohnen) introduces farm workers George (Burgess Meredith) and Lenny (Lon Chaney Jr.) to his skeptical boss Jackson (Oscar O'Shea) in Lewis Milestone's Of Mice And Men, 1939, from John Steinbeck's novel.
Of Mice And Men (1939) -- (Movie Clip) Seen It The Other Night Pouting Mae (Betty Field) is disgusted by the dining habits of her despicable ranch-hand spouse Curley (Bob Steele) and his boss Jackson (Oscar O'Shea), in this near-pantomime from Lewis Milestone's Of Mice And Men, 1939, from John Steinbeck's novel.
War Of The Worlds, The (1953) -- (Movie Clip) I've Seen Enough At the American headquarters in Washington, the Secretary of Defense (Freeman Lusk) concludes it's time to nuke the Martians, in the 1953 George Pal production of H.G. Wells' The War Of The Worlds.
Music Box, The (1932) -- (Movie Clip) Why Certainly, Ma'am Interrupted by a neighborhood nanny, moving-men Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy make way, their piano crashing down the steps, in the Academy Award-winning short The Music Box, 1932.

Trailer

School For Scoundrels (1960) -- (Movie Clip) Like A Wild Uncivilized Savage Quick and clever exposition, hero Palfrey (Ian Carmichael) leads Potter (Alastair Sim), head of the “Lifemanship” school in which he’s just enrolled, into flashback introducing Janette Scott (as April), then three employees who report to pompous Gloatbridge (Edward Chapman), early in School For Scoundrels, 1960.
Stalag 17 -- (Re-issue Trailer) He's a cynic but is he a traitor? William Holden won a Best Actor award as the hard-boiled POW running scams in Billy Wilder's Stalag 17 (1953).
Pocketful Of Miracles (1961) -- (Original Trailer) Bette Davis plays Apple Annie in Frank Capra's last movie, Pocketful Of Miracles (1961).
Houseboat - (Original Trailer) Cary Grant is a widower who hires runaway socialite Sophia Loren to look after his children on his rickety Houseboat (1958).
This Property Is Condemned - (Original Trailer) A small-town girl (Natalie Wood) fights her mother's opposition when she falls for a big-city businessman (Robert Redford) in This Property Is Condemned (1966).
Caddy, The - (Original Trailer) Jerry Lewis hits the links while Dean Martin sings "That's Amore" in the comedy hit The Caddy (1953).
Greatest Show On Earth, The - (Original Trailer) Cecil B. DeMille won his one Academy Award® for Best Picture for the circus drama The Greatest Show On Earth (1952).
Girls! Girls! Girls! - (Original Trailer) Elvis is back in Hawaii and Stella Stevens and Laurel Goodwin are just two of the many Girls! Girls! Girls! (1962).
G.I. Blues - (Original Trailer) Elvis returned from his Army stint with a case of the G.I. Blues (1960). Featuring the hits "Blue Suede Shoes" and "Wooden Heart".
Fun in Acapulco - (Original Trailer) The only thing stopping Elvis from having Fun In Acapulco (1963) is a fear of heights. Ursula Andress helps him cope.
Fear Strikes Out - (Original Trailer) Major League star Jimmy Piersall (Anthony Perkins) fights to save his sanity in Fear Strikes Out (1957).
Far Horizons, The - (Original Trailer) Fred MacMurray and Charlton Heston play Lewis & Clark, setting off for The Far Horizons (1955) for President Jefferson.

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