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Pepe (1960) -- (Movie Clip) How Humiliatin'! Cantinflas (title character), seeking his beloved horse, has reached Las Vegas, where director George Sidney lays down another barrage of cameos, this time including Frank Sinatra, Cesar Romero, Jimmy Durante and just the start of Dean Martin's bit (Peter Lawford and Sammy Davis Jr. done earlier), in Pepe, 1960.
Pepe (1960) -- (Movie Clip) That's How It Went, All Right It's been said that Bobby Darin's secret was that he could deliver any song like it was the one you'd been waiting for all night, example here with Cantinflas (title character) watching, tune by Andre and Dory Previn, in George Sidney's celebrity cavalcade Pepe, 1960.
Pepe (1960) -- (Movie Clip) The Rumble Second part of a long number in an L-A club where waitress Suzie (Shirley Jones, not a double) also dances, Eugene Loring choreography with two uncredited partners, her friend Cantinflas (title character) panicking when it gets a little too West Side Story, in Pepe, 1960.
Pickup On South Street (1953) -- (Movie Clip) You Get Paid For It Frantic Candy (Jean Peters), trying to find her stolen wallet with the microfilm, visits first Lightning Louie (Victor Perry) then savvy Moe (Thelma Ritter) in Samuel Fuller's Pickup On South Street, 1953.
Pickup On South Street -- (Movie Clip) Tiger's Waiting Pickpocket Skip (Richard Widmark) returns to his waterfront hide-out, discovers he's scored some microfilm, and greets cops Winocki (Milburn Stone) and Mac (Henry Slate) in Samuel Fuller's Pickup On South Street, 1953.
Pickup On South Street (1953) -- (Movie Clip) A Girl Makes Mistakes Writer-director Sam Fuller is all business as pickpocket Skip (Richard Widmark) revives Candy (Jean Peters), having knocked her out when she arrived at his waterfront shack to retrieve her wallet, in Pickup On South Street, 1953.
Niagara (1953) -- (Movie Clip) As Long As He's A Man Troubled George (Joseph Cotten) from manic to depressive phase, vampy wife Rose (Marilyn Monroe) seeming to like it that way, in Niagara, 1953, original screenplay by Charles Brackett, Walter Reisch and Richard Breen.
Niagara (1953) -- (Movie Clip) How Big They Are Following the credits, brooding George (Joseph Cotten) narrates in the mist from the falls, joining sleeping spouse Rose (Marilyn Monroe), in director Henry Hathaway's color-noir, Niagara, 1953.
Niagara (1953) -- (Movie Clip) Well Run Him Down To The Morgue A body fished from the falls, diabolical Rose (Marilyn Monroe) with detective Starkey (Denis O'Dea), expecting to I-D her husband, then hospitalized, friend Polly (Jean Peters) visiting, in Henry Hathaway's Niagara, 1953.
Titanic (1953) -- (Movie Clip) When I Was One And Twenty Day two of the voyage, Thelma Ritter as the "Molly Brown" character placing a bet, Robert Wagner as "Giff" approaching Barbara Stanwyck as "Mrs. Sturgess," fortuitously reading from A.E. Houseman's A Shropshire Lad, about her daughter, her husband (Clifton Webb) non-plussed, in Titanic, 1953.
Titanic (1953) -- (Movie Clip) Open, All Navigational Details Just rough Arctic ice to begin, and a buoyant iceberg, before the credits and a quick tour of the interior of the ship, in the Barbara Stanwyck-Clifton Webb-Robert Wagner version of Titanic, 1953, from 20th Century Fox.
O. Henry's Full House (1952) -- (Movie Clip) The Gift Of The Magi The first scene for the stars of the last story, Jeanne Crain and Farley Granger as impecunious New Yorkers Della and Jim Young, directed by Henry King in probably the author’s most famous work, The Gift Of The Magi, from O. Henry’s Full House, 1952.