State Ensemble Of Folk Dances


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Cavalcade of Russian Ballet and Dance (1965)

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Two Tickets to Broadway - Lobby Cards
Here are a few Lobby Cards from RKO's Two Tickets to Broadway (1951). Lobby Cards were 11" x 14" posters that came in sets of 8. As the name implies, they were most often displayed in movie theater lobbies, to advertise current or coming attractions.
The Fleet's In - Movie Posters
The Fleet's In - Movie Posters

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Miracle Of Morgan's Creek, The (1944) -- (Movie Clip) The Bell In The Bay Writer-director Preston Sturges introduces both his leads, Betty Hutton as Trudy Kockenlocker in a famous bit, with a song composed by Sturges, entertaining soldiers about to deploy, and Eddie Bracken as dejected, service-ineligible Norval, in the landmark home-front comedy, The Miracle Of Morgan’s Creek, 1944.
Miracle Of Morgan's Creek, The (1944) -- (Movie Clip) Swaffled Or Something! The morning after the soldier’s sendoff party, where Trudy (Betty Hutton) drank spiked lemonade and got bonked on the head, she picks up Norval (Eddie Bracken) who provided her alibi and loaned her his car, way later than they should be, concocting a story for her father, in writer-director Preston Sturges’ The Miracle Of Morgan’s Creek, 1944.
Miracle Of Morgan's Creek, The (1944) -- (Movie Clip) Let's All Get Married! Betty Hutton as Trudy Kockenlocker is let loose in an action sequence by writer-director Preston Sturges, in the car borrowed from her 4-F boyfriend, all-in for the sendoff for the soldiers shipping out, to the church basement, the country club, then the juke joint, Len Hendry the soldier with the big idea, in The Miracle Of Morgan’s Creek, 1944.
Hail The Conquering Hero (1944) -- (Movie Clip) He Could Be President Woodrow (Eddie Bracken), overwhelmed and intending to confess that he never served in the Marine Corps, can’t stop the judge (Jimmy Conlin) and Doc Bissell (Harry Hayden), who have nominated him for mayor on his homecoming, in Preston Sturges’ Hail The Conquering Hero, 1944.
Hail The Conquering Hero (1944) -- (Movie Clip) Chronic Hay Fever In a single take by writer-director Preston Sturges, Woodrow (Eddie Bracken) tells his life story to Heffelfinger (William Demarest) and the Marines (Freddie Steele, Jimmy Dundee, James Lamore et al) in Hail The Conquering Hero, 1944.
Hail The Conquering Hero (1944) -- (Movie Clip) Home To The Arms Of Mother Seamless opening scene from writer-director Preston Sturges, introducing Woodrow (Eddie Bracken) crying in his beer, and Marines led by Heffelfinger (William Demarest), in Hail The Conquering Hero, 1944.
Hail The Conquering Hero (1944) -- (Movie Clip) He's Got Jungle Fever Craziness at the homecoming for Woodrow (Eddie Bracken), pressed by Sarge (William Demarest), who served with his father, not to tell his mother (Georgia Caine) he was rejected by the Marines, Torben Meyer the neighbor, Ella Raines his ex-girl, who hasn't told him she's engaged, in Preston Sturges' Hail The Conquering Hero, 1944.
Girl From Jones Beach, The (1949) -- (Movie Clip) I Found The Randolph Girl! Wacky talent agent Chuck (Eddie Bracken) is attempting suicide again, when he accidentally spies the sunbathing Virginia Mayo (title character), who is a dead ringer for the imaginary model artist Randolph (Ronald Reagan) has been drawing, and needs to find, in The Girl From Jones Beach, 1949.
Girl From Jones Beach, The (1949) -- (Movie Clip) Nobody's Ever Seen Her Eddie Bracken as talent agent Chuck pitches the secretary (Helen Westcott) then popular fashion illustrator Randolph (Ronald Reagan), on an offer from a sponsor who wants him and his mystery model for a TV show, with Myrna Dell, and Chester Clute the repo man, in The Girl From Jones Beach, 1949.
Girl From Jones Beach, The (1949) -- (Movie Clip) We Speak Only American Knowing that Ruth (Virginia Mayo), who is the exact likeness of his imaginary swimsuit model, refuses to be recognized for her looks, fashion artist Bob (Ronald Reagan) adopts a false identity in her night school class, aiming to sign her up for a big money TV offer, in The Girl From Jones Beach, 1949.
Belle Of The Nineties (1934) -- (Movie Clip) My American Beauty Having established St. Louis in 1893, wrapping the opening act we meet the main attraction, Mae West as a fictional Vaudevillian, working from her own script, Gene Austin the singer, song by Arthur Johnston and Sam Coslow, Travis Banton the credited costume designer, in Belle Of The Nineties, 1934.
Fleet's In, The (1942) -- (Movie Ciip) Open, Title Song Rousing opening, with Eddie Bracken and William Holden in the ranks, as Barbara Britton performs the title song by Johnny Mercer and director Victor Schertzinger, in Paramount's The Fleet's In, 1942.

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