Cyril Hume


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Tokyo Joe (1949) -- (Movie Clip) Close To The Bar Opening scenes from the second feature from Humphrey Bogart's startup Santana Pictures, including the first footage (second-unit exteriors, seen here) shot by an American company in Japan since the war, with the star as would-be saloon owner Joe Barrett, arriving in town in Tokyo Joe, 1949.
Tokyo Joe (1949) -- (Movie Clip) Lost Your Corkscrew? Different standards for stunt doubles in those days, but a robust, energetic piece directed by Stuart Heisler, as American Joe (Humphrey Bogart, working for his own Santana Productions company) arrives at his old Tokyo gin joint for a reunion with partner Ito (Teru Shimada), early in Tokyo Joe, 1949.
Tokyo Joe (1949) -- (Movie Clip) I Got Wise To Myself Just returned to Tokyo, American Joe (Humphrey Bogart) drops in to visit Trina (Florence Marley), the wife he abandoned before the war, and whom he had believed was dead, in Tokyo Joe, 1949, the second film from Bogart's own Santana Productions.
Flying Down To Rio (1933) -- (Movie Clip) Carioca New in town and preparing for a big-band competition, Fred (Fred Astaire) and Honey (Ginger Rogers) decide to take a turn with the local dance, in Flying Down To Rio, 1933.
Trader Horn (1931) -- (Movie Clip) You Made Her No Promise Horn (Harry Carey) and sidekick Peru (Duncan Renaldo) find the remains of missionary Edith (Olive Golden, Carey's wife) but resolve to carry on, on location at noisy Murchison Falls on the Nile in modern-day Uganda, in MGM's Trader Horn, 1931.
Trader Horn (1931) -- (Movie Clip) We're White, Like Herself! Now captives of an especially hungry East African tribe, Horn (Harry Carey) and Peru (Duncan Renaldo) meet Nina (Edwina Booth), the captive they planned to rescue, who has become the chief, in MGM's Trader Horn, 1931.
Ransom! (1956) -- (Movie Clip) Nurse In A Taxi Businessman Dave (Glenn Ford), at first angry that his son forgot their play-date, grows alarmed when wife Edith (Donna Reed) takes a disturbing call, trouble brewing in Ransom!, 1956.
Bigger Than Life (1955) -- (Movie Clip) Let's Face It, We're Dull Financially-strapped schoolteacher Ed (co-writer and producer James Mason) seems anxious as he and suspicious wife Lou (Barbara Rush) wrap a bridge party, Walter Matthau as Wally among the guests, director Nicholas Ray working the Cinemascope screen and interior lighting, in Bigger Than Life, 1956.
Bigger Than Life (1955) -- (Movie Clip) Name The Five Great Lakes Assured opening from director Nicholas Ray and producer/co-writer/star James Mason, as city schoolteacher Ed Avery, Kipp Hamilton as colleague Pat, Walter Matthau as coach-buddy Wally and Rusty Lane as principal Bob, and a secret partly revealed, in Bigger Than Life, 1956.
Bigger Than Life (1955) -- (Movie Clip) The Prognosis Is Poor Schoolteacher Ed (producer and co-writer James Mason) still hospitalized with mysterious illness, his wife Lou (Barbara Rush) discovering his secret second job, doctors Ruric and Norton (Roland Winters, Robert Simon) with bad and maybe-good news, in Nicholas Ray’s Bigger Than Life, 1956.
Bigger Than Life (1955) -- (Movie Clip) I Felt Ten Feet Tall Ed (co-writer and producer James Mason) back at school now thriving with Cortisone treatment, dropped by wife Lou (Barbara Rush), covering for colleague Pat (Kipp Hamilton), director Nicholas Ray offering some intense student art and suggesting a problem, in Bigger Than Life, 1956.
Forbidden Planet (1956) -- (Movie Clip) This Planetary Force Aging linguist Morbius (Walter Pidgeon) is explaining the death of his wife and everyone else from his original mission to Commander Adams (Leslie Neilsen) and colleagues (Warren Stevens, Jack Kelly) when his knockout daughter Alta (Anne Francis) appears, in Forbidden Planet, 1956.