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I Love, You Love (1962)

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Gog - Lobby Cards
Here are a few Lobby Cards from Gog (1954). 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.


Movie Clip

Clarence, The Cross-Eyed Lion (1965) -- (Movie Clip) I Was Rather Heroic Introducing the English tutor Rowbotham (Richard Haydn), a big character here but absent from the TV spinoff series Daktari, in the unspecified African colonial country (Kenya?), teen Paula (Cheryl Miller) and hero veterinarian dad “Marsh” Tracy (Marshall Thompson) manage the beasts, in Clarence, The Cross-Eyed Lion, 1965.
Clarence, The Cross-Eyed Lion (1965) -- (Movie Clip) Call It Internal Strabismus First appearance for Betsy Drake, in her last movie before her retirement, as a Dian Fossey-inspired character, wildlife photographer-researcher Julie, who soon proceeds to the compound where friends “Marsh” Tracy (Marshall Thompson) and daughter (Cheryl Miller) have recently adopted the title character, in Clarence, The Cross-Eyed Lion, 1965.
Clarence, The Cross-Eyed Lion (1965) -- (Movie Clip) He Can't Hunt Acting on reports of a lion marauding their settlements but not doing any harm, Marshall Thompson as Dr. Tracy, Cheryl Miller his daughter (later seen in the spinoff TV series Daktari, 1966-1969) and Rockne Tarkington as aide Juna discover the problem, in producer Ivan Tors’ Clarence, The Cross-Eyed Lion, 1965.
Watch The Birdie (1951) -- (Movie Clip) It's A Little Overdeveloped Red Skelton here appears as Rusty Cameron and as his own dad, partners in their struggling camera shop, not realizing Lucia (Arlene Dahl), who rescued him from a recent aquatic mishap, is behind their sudden up-tick in business, in MGM’s Watch The Birdie, 1951.
Flipper (1963) -- (Movie Clip) This Boat's My Living! Hurricane weather in the Florida Keys, Porter Ricks (Chuck Connors) and son Sandy (Luke Halpin) sail for safe harbor, meeting Sheriff Rogers (George Applewhite) then vacationing Kim (Connie Scott), early in the original Flipper, 1963.
Flipper (1963) -- (Movie Clip) All Of My Life On The Sea Following credits shot underwater, Chuck Connors narrates the introduction, not all shot in the Florida Keys, setting up the original Flipper, 1963, from producer Ivan Tors and MGM, starring Luke Halpin as "Sandy."
Flipper (1963) -- (Movie Clip) What's The Matter Ma? Big scene, in the aftermath of the Florida hurricane, as Sandy (Luke Halpin) has a personal encounter with the wounded dolphin he rescued with help from his mother (Kathleen Maguire), who's now fairly alarmed, in the original Flipper, 1963.
Red River (1948) -- (Movie Clip) Red Shoes Dunson (John Wayne) and Matt (Montgomery Clift) visiting cowhand Dan (Harry Carey Jr., also singing) as the crew (Walter Brennan, Noah Beery Jr. et al) worry about spooking the herd, in Howard Hawks' Red River, 1948.
Watch The Birdie (1951) -- (Movie Clip) I Christen You Destroyer Star Red Skelton is a camera shop owner who’s about to go under so he’s inspired to try freelance newsreel camera work, with a couple of fumbles before he meets Arlene Dahl as affluent Lucia, Leon Ames her skeptical counselor, early in MGM’s Watch The Birdie, 1951.
Watch The Birdie (1951) -- (Movie Clip) Miss Lucky Vista Red Skelton as rookie newsreel cameraman Rusty is shooting the ground-breaking for the Lucky Vista housing project, also playing his own Grand-Dad, where Ann Miller is the pageant winner, Pam Britton a dignitary, Arlene Dahl a financier and romantic prospect, in Watch The Birdie, 1951.
That Forsyte Woman (1949) -- (Movie Clip) A Man Of Property Outcast Jolyon (Walter Pidgeon) narrates, watching Forsytes (Harry Davenport, Aubrey Mather, Janet Leigh as "June," et al), in particular cousin Soames (Errol Flynn) who denies he's being played, in MGM's version of the fist book of John Galsworthy's Forsyte Saga, That Forsyte Woman, 1949.
That Forsyte Woman (1949) -- (Movie Clip) This Horrible Evening Unusual for a Hollywood effect, the eternally gray London evening fog shot in color, cinematographer Joseph Ruttenberg capturing Greer Garson, Errol Flynn and Walter Pidgeon, opening the 1949 treatment of the first book of John Galsworthy's The Forsyte Saga, That Forsyte Woman.