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Jewel Robbery (1932) -- (Movie Clip) I Studied In Paris From William Powell's first scene as "The Robber," Countess Teri (Kay Francis), her husband (Henry Kolker), the proprietor (Lee Kohlmar) and the commissioner (Hardie Albright), irritated but impressed in a Vienna jewel shop, in Jewel Robbery, 1932.
Jewel Robbery (1932) -- (Movie Clip) Neither Am I Short And Fat Victim of an elegant robber earlier in the day, Viennese Countess Teri (Kay Francis) frets with friend Marianne (Helen Vinson), then is visited by the man himself (William Powell), making charming demands, in Jewel Robbery, 1932.
Dark Victory (1939) -- (Movie Clip) The Sleepy Trahernes Quick start for this Warner Bros. society melodrama, Humphrey Bogart the Irish horse trainer wakes Geraldine Fitzgerald, secretary and best friend to Bette Davis (as heiress Judith Traherne), eventually joining her still-soused kind-of boyfriend Ronald Reagan, in Dark Victory, 1939.
Dark Victory (1939) -- (Movie Clip) That Cold Scientific Eye Family Doc Parsons (Henry Travers) has maneuvered symptomatic but defiant socialite Judith (Bette Davis) into the path of brain surgeon Steele (George Brent) who, himself traumatized over a patient's death, had been departing to begin his new career in research, in Dark Victory, 1939.
Gabriel Over The White House (1933) -- (Movie Clip) 18th Amendment In a radio address, radicalized President Hammond (Walter Huston) takes aim at prohibition and it's chief exploiter Nick Diamond (C. Henry Gordon), in Gregory LaCava's Gabriel over the White House, 1933.
Gabriel Over The White House (1933) -- (Movie Clip) Dictatorship! Pretty sure Senator Langham (Henry Kolker) is still in office, interrupted here by President Hammond (Walter Huston) seeking dramatic action before a joint session of Congress in Gabriel over the White House 1933.
Dark Victory (1939) -- (Movie Clip) You've The Spirit In You (Partial Spoiler!) Heiress and relapsed brain tumor patient Judith (Bette Davis) after a day of triumphant riding visits her Irish horse trainer Michael (Humphrey Bogart) who, unaware of her current condition, has long hidden his adoration, in Dark Victory, 1939.
Dark Victory (1939) -- (Movie Clip) A Jealous Scene Loyal Ann (Geraldine Fitzgerald) secretly visits brain surgeon Frederick (George Brent), to discuss his undisclosed fatal prognosis for his patient, her best friend and boss Judith (Bette Davis) who rings up, and who has meanwhile fallen for the doctor, in Dark Victory, 1939.