Louis Lantz


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River Of No Return (1954) -- (Movie Clip) Looking For My Dad Young Mark (Tommy Rettig) is doing odd jobs at a Northwestern gold camp circa 1875 when his father Matt (Robert Mitchum) at last finds him, then gets introduced to showgirl Kay (Marilyn Monroe), early in Otto Preminger's River Of No Return, 1954.
River Of No Return (1954) -- (Movie Clip) On It Or Under It Recently re-united on their frontier farm (shot on location in Alberta), Calder (Robert Mitchum) and son Mark (Tommy Rettig) are checking out the natives when acquaintances Harry (Rory Calhoun) and Kay (Marilyn Monroe) ride up on a raft, in Otto Preminger's River Of No Return, 1954.
River Of No Return (1954) -- (Movie Clip) She's A Strong Girl Unhappy traveling partners Kay (Marilyn Monroe) and Calder (Robert Mitchum), along with his son Mark (Tommy Rettig), forced to run the generally not-navigable river, trouble and bonding ensuing, in Otto Preminger's River Of No Return, 1954.
Meet The People (1944) -- (Movie Clip) Title Tune In the first induction of the title song by Jay Gorney and Henry Myers, songwriter "Swanee" (Dick Powell) dreams it up on the train from Delaware, but his working class vision is not what Broadway star Julie (Lucille Ball) is doing with it on stage, in MGM's Meet The People, 1944.
Fort Defiance (1951) -- (Movie Clip) I Can't Change Your Mind Ben (Ben Johnson), civil war veteran on a compromised mission of vengeance, reading a letter when his new blind rancher pal Ned (Peter Graves) arrives to deal with angered Indian Brave Bear (Iron Eyes Cody), in Fort Defiance, 1951.
Fort Defiance (1951) -- (Movie Clip) No Sight At All Opening scene, no actor ever having sat a horse better, Ben Johnson (as "Ben!") rides up and meets sightless rancher Ned (Peter Graves), in Fort Defiance, 1951, camera by Stanley Cortez.
Crime Doctor, The (1943) -- (Movie Clip) I Don't Know Who I Am! Nurses (Constance Worth, Adele Mara) atwitter over mysterious patient (revealed as Warner Baxter), overseen by Dr. Carey (Ray Collins), early in Crime Doctor, 1943, the first in the serial based on the CBS radio show.