Rochelle Greenwood


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Scarlet Pimpernel, The (1935) -- (Movie Clip) Fops, Fools, Nitwits, Cowards The daring British infiltrator of revolutionary France Percy (Leslie Howard) shifts from steely hero with his crew to play full twit for Col. Winterbottom (Edmund Breon) in Alexander Korda's The Scarlet Pimpernel, 1935.
Scarlet Pimpernel, The (1935) -- (Movie Clip) A Humble Wayside Flower Anthony Bushell as Sir Andrew, a Britisher posing as a French revolutionary officer, with the de Tournays, whom he rescued (Joan Gardner, Mabel Terry-Lewis, Roy Meredith) from the guillotine, leading to the introduction of Merle Oberon as the unseen and uninformed hero’s wife, Melville Cooper her painter, in London Films’ The Scarlet Pimpernel, 1935.
Scarlet Pimpernel, The (1934) -- (Movie Clip) Can You Never Rise Above Trivialities? Leslie Howard finds that he, the master-spy title character, is the topic, cranking up his bon-vivant act, as he comes upon his tormented wife (Merle Oberon), who doesn’t know his true identity, and whom he thinks is a willing conspirator for the French, and the French ambassador Chauvelin (Raymond Massey), who’s blackmailing her into another betrayal, in The Scarlet Pimpernel,1935.
Over The Moon (1940) -- (Movie Clip) The Ways Of Other Crooks Previously penniless orphan Yorkshire landowner Jane (Merle Oberon) has just inherited millions, causing brazen quasi-relative Julie (Zena Dare) to visit from London, followed by Millie (Ursula Jeans), the doctor boyfriend Freddie (Rex Harrison) just finding out, in Over The Moon, 1940.
Over The Moon (1940) -- (Movie Clip) My Animal Suite Montage of Jane (Merle Oberon) trying to spend her windfall inheritance, to a London dressmaker (Carl Jaffe) with Julie and Millie (Zena Dare, Ursula Jeans), disturbed boyfriend Freddie (Rex Harrison) sussing out a reporter (David Tree), in director Thornton Freeland's Over The Moon, 1940.
Over The Moon (1940) -- (Movie Clip) With Unslaked Desire Over the top Yorkshire gloom on the road signs, director Thornton Freeland introduces doctor Freddie (Rex Harrison), impecunious orphan Jane (Merle Oberon) and her needy butler Ladbrooke (Herbert Lomas), opening Over The Moon, 1940, from a story by Robert Sherwood and Lajos Biro.
Petrified Forest, The (1936) -- (Movie Ciip) Tourist Afoot Gaby (Bette Davis), waitress at her father's desert cafe, fending off gas attendant Boze (Dick Foran), when literate wanderer Squire (Leslie Howard) arrives, early in The Petrified Forest, 1936, directed by Archie Mayo.
Petrified Forest, The (1936) -- (Movie Ciip) Black Horse Vigilante Two telephone linemen (Eddie Acuff, Francis Shide) at a remote Arizona cafe, tangling with Gramp (Charley Grapewin) and proprietor Maple (Porter Hall), whose daughter Gaby (Bette Davis) then joins, opening The Petrified Forest, 1936.
Ghost Goes West, The (1936) -- (Movie Clip) Enthusiasm Controllers Nouveau riche Peggie (Jean Parker) and parents (Everley Gregg, Eugene Pallette), visiting with Donald (Robert Donat), who's sold them his family's Scottish castle and followed it to Florida, in Rene Clair's The Ghost Goes West, 1936.
Ghost Goes West, The (1936) -- (Movie Clip) Every American His ancestral home crawling with creditors, dissolute Scot Donald (Robert Donat, identical to his ancestor "Murdoch") greets house-hunting American heiress Peggie (Jean Parker), early in Rene Clair's The Ghost Goes West, 1936.
Ghost Goes West, The (1936) -- (Movie Clip) May Heaven Receive The Soul... 18th century Scotland, Murdoch (Robert Donat) distracted by a pretty shepherdess (Patricia Hilliard), commits the blunder that will land him in "Limbo," early in Rene Clair's The Ghost Goes West, 1936.