Mary Mccarthy


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Group, The (1966) -- (Movie Clip) More Pantheistic After the rushed wedding of a fellow 1933 graduate of an un-named New England ladies' college, Dottie (Joan Hackett) with Dick (Richard Mulligan), artist and bohemian pal of the groom, in The Group, 1966, Sidney Lumet's film from Vassar grad Mary McCarthy's novel.
Group, The (1966) -- (Movie Clip) Landlord, Fill The Flowing Bowl Somewhat bawdy English traditional song Landlord, Fill The Flowing Bowl among several choral pieces opening Sidney Lumet's The Group, 1966, introducing classmates Joan Hackett, Candice Bergen, Shirley Knight, Joanna Pettet et al, and their valedictorian Kathleen Widdoes.
Group, The (1966) -- (Movie Clip) Not To The Manor Born New England ladies' college graduates led by "Lakey" (Candice Bergen) at the speedily arranged New York wedding of classmate Kay (Joanna Pettet) to aspiring playwright Harald (Larry Hagman) in Sidney Lumet's The Group, 1966, from the Mary McCarthy novel.
Theodora Goes Wild (1936) -- (Movie Clip) You Ought To Meet Me Theodora (Irene Dunne) worrying with publisher Stevenson (Thurston Hall) about her racy novel ruining her reputation, meets his wife (Nana Bryant) and artist Michael (Melvyn Douglas), in Richard Boleslawski's Theodora Goes Wild, 1936.
Theodora Goes Wild (1936) -- (Movie Clip) Eve And The Serpent Innocent Theodora (Irene Dunne), aiming to prove she's as worldly as the author of her racy novel would be, in the apartment of handsome artist Michael (Melvyn Douglas), in Richard Boleslawski's Theodora Goes Wild, 1936.
Sister Kenny (1946) -- (Movie Clip) Symptoms Presenting Themselves Per Hollywood, on her very first call, playing the famous Outback nurse Elizabeth Kenny, ca. 1911, Rosalind Russell has received a diagnosis of infantile paralysis for young Dorrie (Doreen McCann) and, with aid from her parents (Fay Helm, Charles Kemper), invents her own radical treatment, in Sister Kenny, 1946.
Sister Kenny (1946) -- (Movie Clip) Re-Educate The Muscles Rosalind Russell as title character, Australian nurse Elizabeth Kenny, with boyfriend Kevin (Dean Jagger), an army doctor, recounting a polio case then reporting to her mentor doctor (Alexander Knox) about what they discover is a radical treatment she's invented, in Sister Kenny, 1946.