Leopold L. Atlas


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Story Of G.I. Joe, The (1945) -- (Movie Clip) Joe McCloskey's Winning The War Still in North Africa, Burgess Meredith as war correspondent Ernie Pyle, killed in action in Japan before this film by William A. Wellman, based on his dispatches, was released, steps out of the column, hears from some soldiers, and begins one of his famous narrations, from The Story of G.I. Joe, 1945.
Story Of G.I. Joe, The (1945) -- (Movie Clip) Lousy Kraut Swine! Capt. Walker (Robert Mitchum) and Sgt. Warnicki (Freddie Steele) in William A. Wellman's landmark shootout sequence in a bombed-out Sicilian church, from The Story of G.I. Joe, 1945.
Story Of G.I. Joe, The (1945) -- (Movie Clip) Opening, So Long, Ayrab Opening credits followed by soldiers under the command of Lt. Walker (Robert Mitchum), North Africa, 1944, adopting two scrappy old dogs, one of whom is Correspondent Ernie Pyle (Burgess Meredith) in The Story Of G.I. Joe, 1945.
Story Of G.I. Joe, The (1945) -- (Movie Clip) Axis Sally Soldiers including Freddie Steele, Wally Cassell, Robert Mitchum, Burgess Meredith as newsman Ernie Pyle, in North Africa, hear Artie Shaw, "Axis Sally" (voice of Shelley Mitchell) and "Linda," sung by Ann Ronell, suggesting surrender, in William A. Wellman's The Story Of G.I. Joe, 1945.
Raw Deal (1948) -- (Movie Clip) Like A Two Time Loser Girlfriend Pat (Claire Trevor) again narrating as she and escaped convict Joe (Dennis O'Keefe) have now kidnapped his social worker Ann (Marsha Hunt) and look to avoid a dragnet, somewhere in the Pacific Northwest, in Anthony Mann's Raw Deal, 1948.
Raw Deal (1948) -- (Movie Clip) Better Than Einstein Director Anthony Mann and cinematographer John Alton introduce the villain Coyle (Raymond Burr), explaining why he's supporting his betrayed partner's jailbreak, for henchmen Fantail (John Ireland) and Spider (Curt Conway), in their San Francisco hideout in Raw Deal, 1948.
Raw Deal (1948) -- (Movie Clip) Don't Wear That Perfume Director Anthony Mann's resonant Noir opening, Claire Trevor as girlfriend Pat narrates, Marsha Hunt as dutiful social worker Ann gets in the way, as they each visit the charismatic convict Joe (Dennis O'Keefe), in Raw Deal, 1948.
My Forbidden Past (1951) -- (Movie Clip) Cut It Sharp With A Knife Without preamble, Ava Gardner appears as New Orleans belle Barbara, with Robert Mitchum as unmarried academic lover Mark, plotting a dramatic departure, opening director Robert Stevenson's My Forbidden Past, 1951, also starring Melvyn Douglas.
My Forbidden Past (1951) -- (Movie Clip) Only The Great Beauties Barbara (Ava Gardner) has contrived to meet a boat, unable to shake conniving cousin Paul (Melvyn Douglas), ostensibly meeting another cousin (Jack Briggs) but really after ex-lover professor Mark (Robert Mitchum), who has a new wife (Janis Carter) and who believes she jilted him, in My Forbidden Past, 1951.
Mystery Of Edwin Drood (1935) -- (Movie Clip) Quite Celestial His own troubles well established, choirmaster Jasper (Claude Rains) receives nephew Edwin (David Manners), who's about to marry his favorite pupil Rosa, in Universal's Mystery Of Edwin Drood, 1935, from the Dickens novel.