Frank R. Adams


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Peg O' My Heart (1933) -- (Movie Clip) I'll Remember Only You Irish Peg (Marion Davies, title character) has just found out she’s heiress to an English fortune, and she’s about to travel to collect it but there’s time for a song with the townsfolk, by Nacio Herb Brown and Arthur Freed, singers led by Donald Novis, in MGM’s Peg O’ My Heart, 1933.
Peg O' My Heart (1933) -- (Movie Clip) On The West Coast Of Ireland Opening with MGM evocations of an Irish fishing village, we meet J. Farrell MacDonald as Pat O’Connell, in the boat he’s named for his daughter Marion Davies (title character), townsfolk, then an English gent (Onslow Stevens) arriving on business, detailing the premise, in Peg O’ My Heart, 1933.
Peg O' My Heart (1933) -- (Movie Clip) A Cheer And Two Pips English fixer Gerry (Onslow Stevens) persuades rough-hewn Irish heiress Marion Davies (title character) she might as well meet the Chichesters (Irene Browne, Tyrrell Davis and Juliette Compton), who (she doesn’t know) are broke and being paid to train her in the ways of society, in Peg O’ My Heart, 1933.
Trade Winds (1938) -- (Movie Clip) Lacking Moral Fortitude Sequence in which Joan Bennett (as socialite Kaye, who just righteously shot a guy) becomes the often sultry brunette she would remain for the rest of her career, cop Ralph Bellamy and commish Thomas Mitchell bumbling behind, in Trade Winds, produced by Bennett's future husband Walter Wanger.
Trade Winds (1938) -- (Movie Clip) When She Wants A Light From producer Walter Wanger, lots of pace introducing Joan Bennett as socialite and pianist Kaye, going after playboy Sidney Blackmer, who caused the death of her sister, screenplay credits including Dorothy Parker and husband Alan Campbell, Tay Garnett directing, opening Trade Winds, 1938.
Trade Winds (1938) -- (Movie Clip) I Thought I'd Dreamed You Already talked-up as a womanizing private eye, Sam Wye (Fredric March) is introduced at work on a client when his assistant (Ann Sothern) takes a call from the police commissioner who needs help tracking a fugitive murderess, Tay Garnett directing producer Walter Wanger's Trade Winds, 1938.