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Come To The Stable (1949) -- (Movie Clip) Sisters From France Jumped by director Henry Koster from the idyllic village where they first arrived, the sisters (Loretta Young and Celeste Holm as Margaret and Scolastica), seeking land for their school, appear in the offices of a New England bishop (Basil Ruysdael), received by his aide (Regis Toomey), in Come To The Stable, 1949.
Angel Face (1953) -- (Movie Clip) My Little Plot Didn't Succeed We infer here that wealthy mysterious Diane (Jean Simmons), who may have tried to gas her rich stepmother, took it upon herself to invite Mary (Mona Freeman) to lunch, explaining how she diverted her ambulance driver boyfriend (Robert Mitchum) the night before, with mixed results, in Otto Preminger’s Angel Face, 1953.
Angel Face (1953) -- (Movie Clip) I Told Her About Last Night Maybe failed-murderess Diane (Jean Simmons) again finds Frank (Robert Mitchum) at the diner, explaining that she's now told his girlfriend that she wants to donate to his business start-up fund, in Otto Preminger's Angel Face, 1953.
Angel Face (1953) -- (Movie Clip) Guilty On All Four Counts Not-seen stepdaughter Diane (Jean Simmons, title character) is the subject, as Catherine (Barbara O'Neil) hears out chauffeur Frank (Robert Mitchum) on his business idea, then chastises her father, also the spendthrift husband, Charles (Herbert Marshall) in Otto Preminger's Angel Face, 1953.
Angel Face (1953) -- (Movie Clip) Let's Just Say It's The Altitude Robert Mitchum (as chauffeur Frank) is comfortable explaining why he's leaving, even as he grabs tempestuous heroine Diane (Jean Simmons) by her Angel Face, 1953, directed by Otto Preminger.
Dead Ringer (1964) -- (Movie Clip) I Want To Hear All About You Immediately from director Paul Henreid’s credit, at the Rosedale Cemetery southwest of downtown Los Angeles, Bette Davis off a bus to a funeral, where she meets a veiled person who seems to have the same voice, in Dead Ringer, 1964, co-starring Karl Malden and Peter Lawford.
Dead Ringer (1964) -- (Movie Clip) Money's No Object Trick shots from director Paul Henried, directing two Bette Davises, as newly-acquainted long-estranged twin sisters, financially stressed Edie having lured wealthy Margaret to her home, making her confess to stealing her now-deceased husband, her scheme revealed, in Dead Ringer, 1964.
Dead Ringer (1964) -- (Movie Clip) Thank God That's Over Comments and voices have suggested that Edie, whom we’ve met, and her veiled companion, are both Bette Davis, the former brought home by the latter from what we learn was her husband’s funeral, with further exposition, early in Dead Ringer, 1964, directed by Paul Henreid.
Dead Ringer (1964) -- (Movie Clip) The Prize You Get We’ve just met Karl Malden as cop Jim, visiting his sweetheart, LA bar-owner Edie (Bette Davis), who’s just been to the funeral of her wealthy and long-estranged twin sister’s husband, who was her own former lover, their meeting having upset her, to his frustration, early in Dead Ringer 1964.
Dead Ringer (1964) -- (Movie Clip) I Forgot How To Spell The Name Bette Davis is formerly down-and-out Edie, successfully having taken the place of her wealthy enemy twin-sister Margaret, whom she murdered, at her first society event, friend Dede (Jean Hagen) bringing her to Tony (Peter Lawford), about whom she knows nothing, in Dead Ringer, 1964.
Come To The Stable (1949) -- (Movie Clip) You Can Take Your Wings Off Straight from the credits, director Henry Koster doing nothing to dispel the other worldly aspects of the setting, nuns Margaret (Loretta Young) and Scolastica (Celeste Holm) meet spacey New England artist Amelia (Elsa Lanchester) and her models (Gary Pagett as "Johnnie"), in Come To The Stable, 1949, from the Clare Booth Luce story.
Come To The Stable (1949) -- (Movie Clip) Santa Anita French nuns in New York (Loretta Young as Margaret, Celeste Holm as Scolastica) undeterred by meatball Sam (Mike Mazurki) as they seek audience with kingpin Rossi (Thomas Gomez), who owns the land they want for their school, Marion Martin his manicurist, in Henry Koster's Come To The Stable, 1949.