Walter Ferris



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Yank At Oxford, A (1938) -- (Movie Clip) Perfectly Beautiful Enemy American jock Lee Sheridan (Robert Taylor) on the train to Oxford, introduces himself to fellow students Beaumont, Wavertree and Ramsey (Griffith Jones, Robert Coote, Peter Croft) when Beaumont's sister Molly (Maureen O'Sullivan) arrives, and a gag is pulled, in A Yank At Oxford, 1938.
Yank At Oxford, A (1938) -- (Movie Clip) The Mother In You After colliding again with the dean (Edmund Gwenn), Robert Taylor (as American student Lee Sheridan) visits a bicycle shop where he begins his first-ever scene with Vivien Leigh (as frisky faculty wife "Mrs. Craddock"), in the MGM-British production A Yank At Oxford, 1938.
Heidi (1937) -- (Movie Clip) That Old Heathen! Opening scene, Aunt Dete (Mady Christians) arrives at Dorflo with Shirley Temple (title character), who has trouble with a yodel and a goat, then meets Peter (Delmar Watson) in Heidi, 1937.
Heidi (1937) -- (Movie Clip) It's Tme You Learned Shirley Temple (title character) saying her prayers, then arising with surly grandfather (Jean Hersholt) and learning to milk a goat, early in Paramount's Heidi, 1937.
Heidi (1937) -- (Movie Clip) In Our Little Wooden Shoes The only true musical number, Shirley Temple (title character) reading with grandfather (Jean Hersholt) then imagining to In Our Little Wooden Shoes by Lew Pollack and Sidney D. Mitchell, in Heidi, 1937.
Little Princess, The (1939) -- (Movie Clip) Wait Here With The Pony London, 1899 and the looming Boer War already established, we meet Shirley Temple, title character, and her soldier father, Ian Hunter, fresh in from India and leaving her at a school run by Mary Nash and Arthur Treacher, opening Temple's first color picture, The Little Princess 1939.
Little Princess, The (1939) -- (Movie Clip) Wot Cher'! At school in London, Sara (Shirley Temple) shares a song with Arthur Treacher (A contemporary tune by Charles Ingle and Albert Chevalier) who's brought a letter from her father in the Boer War, only to learn with teacher Rose (Anita Louise), that it's bad news, in The Little Princess. 1939.
Little Princess, The (1939) -- (Movie Clip) Buttons Are A Bother Bearing up at her new London school after her father's left for the Boer War, Sara (Shirley Temple) making friends with Ram Dass (Cesar Romero), Lord Wickham (Miles Mander), kindly teacher Rose (Anita Louise), and scullery girl Becky (Sybil Jason), early in Twentieth Century-Fox's The Little Princess, 1939.
Little Princess, The (1939) -- (Movie Clip) Menny 'Appy Returns London boarding school birthday for Sara (Shirley Temple), plus good news from the Boer War about her wealthy father's regiment, showing gratitude to Miss Minchin (Mary Nash), Rose (Anita Louise), Bertie (Arthur Treacher) and servant Becky (Sybil Jason), in The Little Princess, 1939.
At Sword's Point (1952) -- (Movie Clip) What A Pretty Boy! Introduction of Maureen O'Hara as the daughter of Athos, through two smart outfits, summoned to join the sons of the other "Musketeers" (Cornel Wilde, Dan O'Herlihy, Alan Hale Jr.) who are convinced she's good looking, if not that she's a girl, early in At Sword's Point, 1952.
At Sword's Point (1952) -- (Movie Clip) The Musketeers 2nd generation musketeers D'Artagnan, Aramis, Porthos and Claire (Cornel Wilde, Dan O'Herlihy, Alan Hale Jr., Maureen O'Hara), contrive to see the sickly French queen (Gladys Cooper), hoping to stop the forced marriage of her daughter (Nancy Gates), in RKO's wacky At Sword's Point, 1952.
Tom Brown's School Days (1940) -- (Movie Clip) Story Of Rugby Prologue, then East (Freddie Bartholomew) joins Tom (Jimmy Lydon), and they together join a flashback regarding their beloved schoolmaster Dr. Arnold (Cedric Hardwicke), also his wife (Josephine Hutchinson), in the 1940 RKO version of Tom Brown's School Days.