A. W. Brown


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The Miniver Story - Behind-the-Scenes Photos
Here are several photos taken behind-the-scenes during production of MGM's The Miniver Story (1950), starring Greer Garson and Walter Pidgeon.

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That Hamilton Woman (1941) - By The Queen's Own Hand At odds with history but smartly dressed by designer Rene Hubert, Lady Hamilton (Vivien Leigh) visits her old friend now Admiral Nelson (Laurence Olivier) aboard the Vanguard, shocked at his condition but bearing good news of her influence with the queen of Naples, in Alexander Korda's That Hamilton Woman, 1941.
Cleopatra (1934) - Opening, In The Year 48 B.C. Opening and preservation credits for Cecil B. De Mille's Cleopatra, 1934, starring Claudette Colbert, Warren William and Henry Wilcoxon.
Last Of The Mohicans, The (1936) - Want Paleface Squaws Shifty Magua (Bruce Cabot) is leading Brit Hayward (Henry Wilcoxon) and his commanding officer’s daughters (Binnie Barnes, Heather Angel) toward abduction, fortunately Hawkeye (Randolph Scott) and the Mohicans (Robert Barrat, Philip Reed) have followed, in The Last Of The Mohicans, 1936.
Last Of The Mohicans, The (1936) - Haircut By Huron Barbers Impressive location shooting as Hawkeye (Randolph Scott) convinces Hayward (Henry Wilcoxon) they’d better save British Alice and Cora (Binnie Barnes, Heather Angel) from the Hurons quick, then some back-story for James Fenimore Cooper’s hero, in The Last Of The Mohicans, 1936.
Mrs. Miniver (1942) - Our Country Is At War News of England’s entry into WWII during Sunday services, the Minivers (Greer Garson, Walter Pidgeon, Richard Ney, Christopher Severn, Clare Sanders), pleased to see Carol (Teresa Wright) with Lady Beldon (Dame May Whitty), as the vicar (Henry Wilcoxon) speaks, in Mrs. Miniver, 1942.
Souls At Sea (1937) - Sir Walter Raleigh Only Offered His Cape Now an agent for the Brits against slave traders, Gary Cooper (as sailor Taylor), disembarking Liverpool, meets fetching Margaret (Frances Dee), who aims to detain her brother Lt. Tarryton (Henry Wilcoxon), not knowing of his scheme with Pecora (Tully Marshall), in Souls At Sea, 1937.
Souls At Sea (1937) - Stench Of The Slave Deck Gary Cooper as Taylor and George Raft as Powdah enjoy a sea shanty in the brig when Tarryton (Henry Wilcoxon), who’s up to his neck in nefarious slave trade, offers an apology for his unfounded accusations leading to their arrest, really just protecting his interest, in Souls At Sea, 1937.
Last Of The Mohicans, The (1936) - This Is Merely A Skirmish British Colonel Munro (Hugh Buckler) in Albany, 1757, hopes to recruit Colonial troops, but the proper fight begins when Randolph Scott appears, as James Fenimore Cooper’s Hawkeye, not swayed by the pitch from Major Hayward (Henry Wilcoxon), in The Last Of The Mohicans, 1936.
Caddyshack - It's In The Hole The definitive scene with Carl the groundskeeper (Bill Murray) followed by the underrated golf vignette with the Bishop (veteran actor Henry Wilcoxon), from Caddyshack, 1980.
Samson And Delilah (1950) - Open, Such A Man Grandiose credits and opening narration to C.B. DeMille's steamy technicolor biblical epic Samson And Delilah, 1950, starring Victor Mature, Hedy Lamarr and George Sanders.
Samson And Delilah (1950) - Gird Me For Battle Samson (Victor Mature) is held by local warlord Ahtur (Henry Wilcoxon) when his prayer summons weather, strength and a famous biblical jawbone, in C.B. DeMille's Samson And Delilah, 1950.

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