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Of Human Hearts (1938) -- (Movie Clip) Other People's Clothes Just arrived on the Ohio frontier, young Jason (Gene Reynolds) meets Annie (Leatrice Gilbert, John's daughter) as his preacher father (Walter Huston) and mother (Beulah Bondi) get settled, early in Of Human Hearts, 1938.
Of Human Hearts (1938) -- (Movie Clip) My Idea Of Courtesy Jason (James Stewart), dragged along on a rural pastoral visit, is lectured by his preacher father Ethan (Walter Huston), who's just eaten a frog in his soup to avoid embarrassing Sister Clark (Leona Roberts), in Of Human Hearts, 1938.
Of Human Hearts (1938) -- (Movie Clip) I'm Going To Bleed You Ames (Guy Kibbee) is persuaded by Dr. Shingle (Charles Coburn) and congregation to give a raise to Rev. Wilkins (Walter Huston), whose son Jason (James Stewart) pursues sweetheart Annie (Ann Rutherford) afterward, in Of Human Hearts, 1938.
Bride Wore Red, The -- (Movie Clip) So Rich And Important Hired to pose as an aristocrat, arriving at the fictional resort Terrana, Anni (Joan Crawford) meets postman Giulio (Franchot Tone, Crawford's husband), in The Bride Wore Red, 1938, directed by Dorothy Arzner.
High Wall (1947) -- (Movie Clip) You'll Escape Reality Brain trauma patient, war vet and dad Kenet (Robert Taylor), institutionalized for killing his wife and believing he's guilty, with guard Delaney (Ray Mayer) then doctor Ann Lorrison (Audrey Totter), complex tensions in director Curtis Bernhardt's High Wall, 1947.
High Wall (1947) -- (Movie Clip) Youre Not Getting Out After successful brain surgery which he long resisted, war vet and father Kenet (Robert Taylor), still believing he killed his wife, seeks release, doctors Lorrison (Audrey Totter), Poward (Warner Anderson) and especially Dunlap (Moroni Olsen) evaluating, in High Wall, 1947.
High Wall (1947) -- (Movie Clip) He Was So Anxious To See Her Director Curtis Bernhardt with tight control of his opening, finding businessman Whitcombe (Herbert Marshall) in a bar, with his assistant (Eula Guy) at the office, then a freaky introduction of leading man Robert Taylor, in High Wall, 1947, co-starring Audrey Totter.
High Wall (1947) -- (Movie Clip) Tell Me About Those Headaches Brain-injured combat vet Kenet (Robert Taylor) taken to his cell, convinced he must have killed his wife, while doctors (Morris Ankrum, Moroni Olsen, Warner Anderson and Audrey Totter as Ann Lorrison) stick to prodecure, early in director Curtis Bernhardt's High Wall, 1947.
Billy The Kid (1941) -- (Movie Clip) He Don't Look So Tough Robert Taylor (title character) has just busted Pedro (Frank Puglia) and others out of jail, now in the saloon earning the attention of crooked cattle man Hickey (Gene Lockhart), who offers a job, early in MGM's Taylor-toughening Billy The Kid, 1941.
Billy The Kid (1941) -- (Movie Clip) Back In Silver City Robert Taylor (title character) on his first evening on the job, stampeding the competition's cattle, runs into an old friend, Brian Donlevy as "Jim Sherwood," on the other side, manly material early in MGM's Billy The Kid, 1941.
Bride Wore Red, The -- (Movie Clip) Bring A Girl To My Table Count Armalia (George Zucco), dispirited at the pretensions of his social set, in Trieste's seediest saloon, meets singer Anni (Joan Crawford), early in The Bride Wore Red, 1937, from a play by Ferenc Molnar.