Captain, A Dog


Filmography

Fighting to Live (1934)
Captain

Photos & Videos

The Magnificent Ambersons - Norman Rockwell Art
How the West Was Won - Program Book
Johnny Belinda - Scene Stills

Biography

Filmography

 

Cast (Feature Film)

Fighting to Live (1934)
Captain

Life Events

Photo Collections

The Magnificent Ambersons - Norman Rockwell Art
RKO hired noted illustrator Norman Rockwell to paint portraits for the main ad art for The Magnificent Ambersons (1942). Here in black-and-white are some of those portraits and the poster art compiled using them.
How the West Was Won - Program Book
Here is the souvenir Program Book sold at Roadshow engagements for the 1962 epic in Cinerama, How the West Was Won.
Johnny Belinda - Scene Stills
Here are some scene stills from Warner Bros' Johnny Belinda (1948), starring Jane Wyman and Lew Ayres.
Flower Drum Song - Movie Poster
Here is the American one-sheet movie poster for Flower Drum Song (1961), starring Nancy Kwan. One-sheets measured 27x41 inches, and were the poster style most commonly used in theaters.
Fourteen Hours - Lobby Card
Here is a Lobby Card from Fox's Fourteen Hours (1951), starring Paul Douglas and Richard Basehart. 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.
Pollyanna (1960) - Movie Poster
Here is the American one-sheet movie poster for Disney's Pollyanna (1960). One-sheets measured 27x41 inches, and were the poster style most commonly used in theaters.
The Crimson Kimono - Lobby Card
Here is a Lobby Card from Columbia Pictures' The Crimson Kimono (1959), directed by Sam Fuller. 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 Crimson Kimono - Movie Poster
Here is the American one-sheet movie poster for Columbia's The Crimson Kimono (1959), directed by Samuel Fuller. One-sheets measured 27x41 inches, and were the poster style most commonly used in theaters.
Journey into Fear - Publicity Stills
Here are some Publicity Stills from Journey into Fear (1943). Publicity stills were specially-posed photos, usually taken off the set, for purposes of publicity or reference for promotional artwork.

Videos

Movie Clip

Flower Drum Song (1961) - Chop Suey Another Rodgers & Hammerstein original which has long split opinion (Is it cultural stereotyping or knowing commentary?), Juanita Hall reprising her stage role as Madame Liang of San Francisco, receiving a citizenship award then supported by Jim Shigeta (who, it is sometimes forgotten, started out as a singer), Jack Soo, Benson Fong et al, in Flower Drum Song, 1961.
Flower Drum Song (1961) - Such Fun Going Steady James Shigeta (as Wang Ta) and Nancy Kwan (as showgirl Linda) discuss their immediate future in a San Francisco Chinatown cafe in director Henry Koster's Flower Drum Song, 1961, from the Rodgers & Hammerstein musical.
Flower Drum Song (1961) - I Am Going to Like it Here James Shigeta (as student Wang Ta, scion of a prosperous San Francisco Chinese family) greets Miyoshi Umeki (as picture-bride Mei Li), just arrived from China, leading into her Asian-inflected song by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II, in Flower Drum Song, 1961.
Crimson Kimono, The (1959) - Down Here In Little Tokyo Writer-director Sam Fuller working on one side of L-A’s Little Tokyo then the other, first James Shigeta as Kojaku interviews nuns outside the old Maryknoll School, then partner Bancroft (Glenn Corbett) shows witness Christine (Victoria Shaw) the layout from the old (then-new-ish) Parker Center LAPD headquarters, in The Crimson Kimono, 1959.
Crimson Kimono, The (1959) - A Lot Of Citizens Cave In L-A police detective Bancroft (Glenn Corbett) has just asked artist Christine (Victoria Shaw) to attempt a sketch of a possible suspect who hired her to do an earlier painting linked to the spectacular murder of a stripper, in writer-producer-director Sam Fuller’s The Crimson Kimono, 1959.
Crimson Kimono, The (1959) - Open, Sugar Torch Nudie Dolls Credits then the shocker opening, which writer-producer-director Sam Fuller called one of the toughest he ever shot, with hidden cameras on location around Main St. & 6th in downtown L-A, Gloria Pall the featured act, in The Crimson Kimono, 1959, starring Victoria Shaw, James Shigeta and Glenn Corbett.
Crimson Kimono, The (1959) - She Was Gonna Crack Vegas After the spectacular opening shooting of a statuesque stripper on a downtown L-A street, writer-director-producer Sam Fuller introduces his two leading men, James Shigeta and Glenn Corbett, as war-buddies, roommates and police detective team Kojaku and Bancroft, interviewing the stripper’s manager (Paul Dubov), in The Crimson Kimono, 1959.
Station West (1948) - He Picks A Good Fight Emerging from an Arizona saloon, sometime after a military gold robbery, Dick Powell, who’s still pretty much a stranger to us, follows a soldier (Steve Brodie) with whom he argued, when some neat exposition introduces Agnes Moorehead as Mrs. Caslon, and Tom Powers as Capt. Iles, in Station West, 1948.
Summer Holiday (1948) - Our Home Town From the top, Walter Huston as dad Nat Miller introduces the gimmick, original tunes by Harry Warren and Ralph Blane serving as exposition in the musical adaptation of Eugene O’Neill’s Ah, Wilderness, bringing in Butch Jenkins, Michael Kirby, Marilyn Maxwell, Selena Royle, Frank Morgan and Agnes Moorehead, in Summer Holiday, 1948, produced by Arthur Freed for MGM.
Summer Holiday (1948) - The Stanley Steamer Graduation from Danville, CT High School, June 1906, Mickey Rooney as ebullient Richard hears first from Gloria De Haven as girlfriend Muriel, then joins Agnes Moorehed (“Cousin Lily”) and his dad (Walter Huston) as they board the genuine car, with another original song by Harry Warren and Ralph Blane, in the musical adaptation of Eugene O’Neill’s Ah, Wilderness!, from MGM’s Arthur Freed unit, Summer Holiday, 1948.
Since You Went Away (1944) - The Eternal Also-Ran Anne (Claudette Colbert) meets divorcee Emily (Agnes Moorehead) for a drink, social commentary overheard, and Tony (Joseph Cotten) appearing, in David Selznick's home-front saga Since You Went Away, 1944.
All That Heaven Allows (1955) - So Few Widows Wear It Escorted by stately Harvey (Conrad Nagel), Connecticut widow Cary (Jane Wyman) turns heads at the country club, cruelly greeted by Mona (Jacqueline de Wit), defended by Sara (Agnes Moorehead) then jumped by Howard (Donald Curtis), social tumult in Douglas Sirk's All That Heaven Allows, 1955.

Trailer

Swan, The - (Original Trailer) On the eve of her marriage to a prince, a noblewoman falls for her brother's tutor in The Swan (1956) starring Grace Kelly.
Fourteen Hours - (Original Trailer) Richard Basehart threatens to jump off the ledge of his fourteenth floor hotel room in Fourteen Hours (1951).
Night of the Quarter Moon - (Original Trailer) A San Francisco society boy learns that his new wife is one-quarter-black in Night of the Quarter Moon (1959).
Big Street, The - (Re-issue Trailer) Lucille Ball plays a selfish showgirl who ignores Henry Fonda's lovestruck waiter until she is injured in The Big Street, 1942, produced by Damon Runyon from his short story.
All That Heaven Allows - (Original Trailer) A lonely widow (Jane Wyman) defies small-town gossip when she falls for a younger man (Rock Hudson) in Douglas Sirk's All That Heaven Allows (1955).
Citizen Kane -- (Original Trailer) The investigation of a publishing tycoon's dying words reveals conflicting stories about his life in this famous trailer for Citizen Kane (1941).
Johnny Belinda - (Original Trailer) Jane Wyman won a Best Actress Award portraying a deaf-mute girl who learns to communicate with the help of a small town doctor (Lew Ayres) in Johnny Belinda (1948), directed by Jean Negulesco.
Hush...Hush, Sweet Charlotte - (Academy Preview Trailer) Heads will roll as Bette Davis fights to keep her family's secrets in Robert Aldrich's Hush...Hush, Sweet Charlotte (1964).
Dark Passage - (Original Trailer) A man falsely accused of his wife's murder escapes to search for the real killer in Dark Passage, 1947, starring Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall.
Magnificent Ambersons, The - (Original Trailer) A possessive son's efforts to keep his mother from remarrying threaten to destroy his family in The Magnificent Ambersons (1942).
Youngest Profession, The - (Original Trailer) A teenage autograph hound (Virginia Weidler) invades Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer in The Youngest Profession (1943).
Magnificent Obsession (1954) - (Original Trailer) Director Douglas Sirk created the look of America in the 1950's in his romantic melodrama Magnificent Obsession (1954).

Bibliography