Daniel M. Angel


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Another Man's Poison (1952) -- (Movie Clip) So Few Things Turn Out The Way We Expect Following credits in which Bette Davis walks on a dark English beach, she rings Larry (Anthony Steel), evidently her lover, who’s with her secretary (Barbara Murray), and then meets neighbor Dr. Henderson (Emlyn Williams), in the English-made mystery Another Man’s Poison, 1952.
Another Man's Poison (1952) -- (Movie Clip) What Big Feet We Have Much is still not known about mystery writer Janet (Bette Davis), returning to her English seaside home after a secret call to her lover, where she’s surprised by Bates (Bette’s husband, Garry Merrill), leading to exposition about her husband, in the British-made mystery Another Man’s Poison, 1952.
Reach For The Sky (1956) -- (Movie Clip) Give Us A Show 1931, Reading, England, RAF pilots Bader (Kenneth More) and Sanderson (Lyndon Brook) are goaded by civilian fliers (Jack Taylor, Jeremy Longhurst) to disobey orders, Alexander Knox the surgeon in the ensuing scene, in director Lewis Gilbert's bio-pic Reach For The Sky, 1956.
Reach For The Sky (1956) -- (Movie Clip) Helpless Cripple RAF pilot Douglas Bader (Kenneth More), hospitalized after a reckless crash and having lost the use of both legs, sneaks from his bed, found by nurse Brace (Dorothy Alison), who hears his griping then lays down some law, in the 1956 bio-pic Reach For The Sky.
Reach For The Sky (1956) -- (Movie Clip) Living Meant Flying End of the credits and the opening, introducing Kenneth More, playing the lead in the life story of RAF pilot Douglas Bader, narration by Lyndon Brook as colleague Sanderson, in director Lewis Gilbert's Reach For The Sky, 1956, from the book by Paul Brickhill.