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Starlift (1951) -- (Movie Clip) James Cagney, Janice Rule Air Force men Mike (Dick Wesson, doing the impression) and Rick (Ron Hagerthy) are hoping to meet the fictional movie star Nell Wayne (Janice Rule), who comes from Rick’s hometown, killing time with Ruth Roman, Doris Day and James Cagney, all in San Francisco for a premiere, in the Warner Bros. novelty feature Starlift, 1951.
Starlift (1951) -- (Movie Clip) You Oughta Be In Pictures Visiting the hospital at Travis Air Force Base, Doris Day (before her song), Janice Rule (as fictional movie star Nell Wayne) and Ruth Roman do schtick with the airmen, then the tune by Dana Suesse and Edward Heyman, in the Warner Bros. all-star Korean War home-front patriotic feature, Starlift, 1951.
Starlift (1951) -- (Movie Clip) Ruth Roman, You're Gonna Lose Your Gal Two Air Force guys outside a San Francisco theater where movie stars will be attending a premiere, the sergeant (Dick Wesson) wants the corporal (Ron Hagerthy) to claim to know a fictional movie star, whereupon they meet Ruth Roman, Doris Day and Gordon MacRae, in the Warner Bros. Korean War morale booster Starlift, 1951.
Starlift (1951) -- (Movie Clip) Look Out Stranger, I'm A Texas Ranger Just minutes left in the movie, Phil Harris has been MC at the now-regular show that Hollywood stars fly north to do for airmen at Travis Air Force Base, Harris appears, with Frank Lovejoy the villain, Virginia Gibson the gal, and finally Gary Cooper, the song by Ruby Raksin and Harris, in Warner Bros.’ Starlift, 1951.
Pitfall (1948) -- (Movie Clip) She Probably Doesn't Appeal To You Ending their day-long first encounter, including boating, married insurance man John (Dick Powell) leaves model Mona (Lizabeth Scott), from whom he was collecting ill-gotten gains, sneaks home late, then handles creepy P-I Mac (Raymond Burr), in Pitfall, 1948, directed by Andre De Toth.
Pitfall (1948) -- (Movie Clip) Are You A Prowler? The first encounter between bored, married insurance man John (Dick Powell) and world-weary model Mona (Lizabeth Scott), who's come to her apartment to collect gifts her now-convicted boyfriend purchased with embezzled funds, early in director Andre De Toth's Pitfall, 1948.
Pitfall (1948) -- (Movie Clip) No South America? Played just about as it would be in a comedy, Dick Powell as insurance man John and Jane Wyatt as wife Sue are introduced by director Andre De Toth, in the highly-regarded Noir Pitfall, 1948, which writer Jay Dratler originally titled Husbands Die First.
Carnegie Hall (1947) -- (Movie Clip) From Your Own Private Box Marsha Hunt narrates as Irish "Nora," recalling her first night in America, greeted by conductor Damrosch (Harold Dyrenforth), who arranged for her to see Tchaikovsky, during the 1891 opening week, in Edgar G. Ulmer's tribute film, Carnegie Hall, 1947.
Carnegie Hall (1947) -- (Movie Clip) Lily Pons The narrative featuring Marsha Hunt nearly abandoned here, in favor of the performance by the French-born soprano Lily Pons, singing from one of her signature roles, from Delibes' "Lakme," in the 1947 tribute to the famous theater, Carnegie Hall.
Carnegie Hall (1947) -- (Movie Clip) Rise Stevens Marsha Hunt is a maid on the staff, mother of an aspiring pianist (William Prince), their chat leading to another performance, by mezzo-soprano Rise Stevens, star of the Metropolitan Opera, with a selection from her celebrated interpretation of Bizet's "Carmen," in Carnegie Hall, 1947.
Carnegie Hall (1947) -- (Movie Clip) I Just Don't Feel It Your Way The opening scene, joining near the middle of a convoluted narrative, Hans Yaray at the piano, Harold Dyrenforth playing the conductor Walter Damrosch, and Marsha Hunt who is, at this stage, just an Irish immigrant maid, in director Edgar G. Ulmer's elaborate all-star tribute to Carnegie Hall, 1947.