Key to the City - (Original Trailer)
Clark Gable and Loretta Young are two mayors who meet and fall in love during a convention in San Francisco in Key to the City (1950).
Key, The (1958) -- (Movie Clip) I Didn't Exactly Volunteer
After a heady prologue about the courage of early WWII tug boat crews, William Holden as Canadian Ross arrives, south coast of England ca. 1940, greeted by Wadlow (Bernard Lee) and a convincing reunion with Ford (Trevor Howard), in The Key, 1958, directed by Carol Reed.
Key To The City (1950) -- (Movie Clip) Mayor Clarissa Standish
In San Francisco for the convention of mayors, hotel manager (Clinton Sundberg) greets Texan Raymond Walburn, then star Loretta Young as Mainer "Clarissa Standish," who meets Marilyn Maxwell and Frank Morgan, selling fire trucks, opening Key To The City, 1950, co-starring Clark Gable.
Key To The City (1950) -- (Movie Clip) Hiawatha's Mother
Maine Mayor Clarissa (Loretta Young) is surprised to find that she's been lured to a San Francisco dive by fellow convening mayor Steve (Clark Gable), Raymond Walburn as Mayor Butler among the partiers, in Key To The City, 1950.
Key, The (1958) -- (Movie Clip) We Never Get Torpedoed
Yank captain Ross (William Holden) just arrived, on patrol with friend Chris (Trevor Howard) and mate Kane (Kieron More), on board a British WWII rescue tug boat, early in Carol Reed's The Key, 1958.
Key To The City (1950) -- (Movie Clip) This Magnificent Body
Just checked into her San Francisco hotel for the convention of mayors, honorable Clarissa Standish (Loretta Young) of Wenonah, Maine, undresses, then learns of a fellow attendee (Clark Gable as "Steve Fisk") on the telly, early in George Sidney's Key To The City, 1950.
Key, The (1958) -- (Movie Clip) I'm An Over-age Destroyer
English WWII tugboat captain Chris (Trevor Howard) brings just-arrived old-pal Canadian colleague Ross (William Holden) home to meet his until now un-announced girlfriend Stella (Sophia Loren), her back-story vague, in The Key, 1958, directed by Carol Reed from a Jan de Hartog novel.