Adele Comandini


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Beyond Tomorrow (1940) -- (Movie Clip) The Soul Of Man Is Immortal Quote from Benjamin Franklin, a city montage and the introduction of Harry Carey as Melton, C. Aubrey Smith as Major Chadwick, then joined by their more festive housemate and partner in their prosperous engineering firm, Charles Winninger as O’Brien, in Beyond Tomorrow, 1940, produced by the acclaimed cinematographer Lee Garmes.
Beyond Tomorrow (1940) -- (Movie Clip) It Rarely Seemed Like Christmas We’ve learned that housekeeper Tanya (Maria Ouspenskaya) is a refugee Russian noble, long part of the unrelated family household comprised of prosperous engineering-firm partners and roommates Chadwick (C. Aubrey Smith), Melton (Harry Carey) and O’Brien (Charles Winninger), on Christmas Eve, in Beyond Tomorrow, 1940.
Beyond Tomorrow (1940) -- (Movie Clip) Somebody Here Lose A Wallet? Alone for Christmas Eve dinner, New York engineering-firm partners and bachelor roommates Melton, O’Brien and Chadwick (Harry Carey, Charles Winninger, C. Aubrey Smith) tried a bet to see who would return deliberately lost wallets containing ten dollars cash, producing first Richard Carlson, then Jean Parker, in Beyond Tomorrow, 1940.
Mating Of Millie, The (1948) -- (Movie Clip) Her Own Deep Freeze At a Los Angeles department store, Cookie, Miss Turner and Madge (Patsy Creighton, Gay Nelson, Virginia Hunter) report to Evelyn Keyes, the title character and a personnel manager, whom we meet as she imparts a single career-woman’s wisdom, in The Mating Of Millie, 1948, co-starring Glenn Ford.
Mating Of Millie, The (1948) -- (Movie Clip) A State Of Supreme Indifference Los Angeles bus driver Doug (Glenn Ford), who we know is fed up with his job, throws a tantrum and quits, somehow impressing Evelyn Keyes (title character), a lonely department store personnel manager bringing home her half-eaten birthday cake, in The Mating Of Millie, 1948.
Three Smart Girls (1936) -- (Movie Clip) Universal's New Discovery Joining the credits, Universal quick to put the money on the screen, Deanna Durbin's first ever appearance, with cute sisters Nan Grey and Barbara Read, in a film the associate producer Joe Pasternak would remake 12 years later as Three Daring Daughters at MGM, Three Smart Girls, 1936.
Three Smart Girls (1936) -- (Movie Clip) Are They Like You, Dear? Penny, Kay and Joan (Deanna Durbin, Barbara Read, Nan Grey), who haven't seen their tycoon father (Charles Winninger) for ten years, have come from Europe to New York to stop him from marrying his gilrfriend (Binnie Barnes), in Universal's Three Smart Girls, 1936.
Three Smart Girls (1936) -- (Movie Clip) Someone To Care For Me Penny (Deanna Durbin), who, with older sisters (Nan Grey, Barbara Read) has come to New York to stop their long-separated tycoon father (Charles Winninger) from marrying his girlfriend, works in a song by Bronislau Kaper, Walter Jurmann and Gus Kahn, in Universal's Three Smart Girls, 1936.