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Gunga Din (1939) -- (Movie Clip) Children Are Looking Bonnie! Cutter (Cary Grant) and MacChesney (Victor McLaglen) enter a seemingly abandoned Indian village, where comrade Ballantine (Douglas Fairbanks) discovers mysterious Chota (Abner Biberman), early in George Stevens' Gunga Din, 1939.
Gunga Din (1939) -- (Movie Clip) Very Regimental! Famous scene in which Cutter (Cary Grant) supports Sam Jaffe (title character), the humble native water carrier, in his regular-army fantasy, in George Stevens' Gunga Din, based on the Rudyard Kipling poem.
Gunga Din (1939) -- (Movie Clip) We Were Swindled First appearance by India corps sergeants MacChesney (Victor McLaglen), Ballantine (Douglas Fairbanks Jr.) and Cutter (Cary Grant), summoned to commander Weed (Montagu Love), in George Stevens' Gunga Din, 1939.
Toast Of New York, The (1937) -- (Movie Clip) An Obscure Peddler A prologue with the very loose history of the Civil War era robber baron Jim Fisk, then portrayed by Edward Arnold, running a scam with partners Boyd and Luke (Cary Grant, Jack Oakie), in the RKO financial biopic-melodrama The Toast Of New York, 1937, also starring Frances Farmer.
Toast Of New York, The (1937) -- (Movie Clip) I'm Going To Be A Great Actress Thriving high-finance scam partners Boyd (Cary Grant) and Fisk (Edward Arnold) rush to be first to make a date with French songstress Fleurique (Thelma Leeds) backstage, where she’s abusing dresser Josie (Frances Farmer), who proves to be the greater prize, in The Toast Of New York,1937.
Gunga Din (1939) -- (Movie Clip) Rise And Kill! Din (Sam Jaffe) and Cutter (Cary Grant) in the temple of the Indian "Thugges" murder cult, hiding in the shadows as the guru (Eduardo Ciannelli) exhorts his assassins, in Gunga Din, 1939, directed by George Stevens.
Toast Of New York, The (1937) -- (Movie Clip) The Twelve Temptations In 1860’s New York, financier Fisk (Edward Arnold) is backing a show featuring his mistress Josie (Frances Farmer), when associates Boyd (Cary Grant), Luke (Jack Oakie) and Drew (Donald Meek) arrive with news that their railroad stock scam has been exposed, in The Toast Of New York,1937.
Toast Of New York, The (1937) -- (Movie Clip) Nothing Can Be Too Fine Post-Civil War New York financial schemers Fisk (Edward Arnold), Boyd (Cary Grant) and Luke (Jack Oakie) have staged the launch their fake big-money passenger shipping line, aiming to trick the pious skinflint competitor Drew (Donald Meek) into selling out, in The Toast Of New York,1937.
His Family Tree -- (Movie Clip) My Dear Mr. Irishman Irish Murphy (James Barton) arrives in Iowa, meeting his granddaughter (Marjorie Gateson), his politician-son's P-R man (Addison Randall), his daughter in-law (Margaret Callahan), who's been pretending he doesn't exist, and the campaign manager (Herman Bing), in His Family Tree, 1935.
His Family Tree -- (Movie Clip) A Desolate Space From the opening scene, James Barton, by then a modest Vaudeville legend, as County Kerry pub owner "Patrick Murphy," making good his promise to cross to the pond to find out why his son's letters have stopped arriving, in His Family Tree, 1935.
Gunga Din (1939) -- (Movie Clip) Pebble In Me Left Boot Engagement party for Ballantine (Douglas Fairbanks Jr.) and his new bride (Joan Fontaine), his replacement Higginbotham (Robert Coote) is eliminated by means of spiked punch by Cutter (Cary Grant) and MacChesney (Victor McLaglen), in Gunga Din, 1939.
Annie Oakley (1935) -- (Movie Clip) The Bet Still Stands First director George Stevens with a vignette of old-time photography, featuring Andy Clyde (as "MacIvor"), then promoter Hogarth (Melvyn Douglas) discovers Oakley (Barbara Stanwyck) is a girl, in Annie Oakley, 1935.