Vincent Lawrence


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Sea Of Grass, The (1947) -- (Movie Clip) Parties Unknown Cattle baron Brewton (Spencer Tracy, his first scene), his bride-to-be (Katharen Hepburn) just in from St. Louis observing, as the judge (Robert Barratt) presides over a bent verdict in his favor, plaintiff's lawyer Chamberlain (Melvyn Douglas) infuriated, early in The Sea Of Grass, 1947.
Sea Of Grass, The (1947) -- (Movie Clip) The Way God Made It Who knew, that Elia Kazan directed Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn, as New Mexico cattle baron Col. Jim Brewton and his new from St. Louis wife Lutie, taking in lots of landscape, in their first extended scene together, in The Sea Of Grass, 1947.
Sea Of Grass, The (1947) -- (Movie Clip) Vast Grazing Empire Aiming for grandeur in director Elia Kazan's opening, late 1800's St. Louis, Lutie (Katharine Hepburn) with father (Charles Trowbridge), then travel to New Mexico, meeting the Halls (Ruth Nelson, James Bell), in The Sea Of Grass, 1947, from a Conrad Richter novel, co-starring Spencer Tracy.
Gentleman Jim (1942) -- (Movie Clip) This Is A Break For Me San Francisco bank clerk Errol Flynn (as Jim Corbett, title character) just got a raise, having expected to get fired for being seen at a boxing match, showing off for pal Walter (Jack Carson), Miss Ware (Alexis Smith, her first scene) and “Pop” (Alan Hale), early in Raoul Walsh’s Gentleman Jim, 1942.
Gentleman Jim (1942) -- (Movie Clip) Come Out Fighting San Franciscan Errol Flynn (title character, Jim Corbett), cited by experts as among the most naturally gifted actors ever to play a fighter, squares off with Burke (Jack Foster) a former champ, Jack Carson, Alexis Smith, Alan Hale, Arthur Shields supporting, in Warner Bros.’ Gentleman Jim, 1942.
Gentleman Jim (1942) -- (Movie Clip) If You Were My Girl Errol Flynn as title character Jim Corbett, still just a San Francisco local hero, stands by as Vicky Ware (Alexis Smith) meets the touring world champ Sullivan (Ward Bond), then tangles with her and her less virile boyfriend (John Loder), in Raoul Walsh’s fanciful bio-pic Gentleman Jim, 1942.
Gentleman Jim (1942) -- (Movie Clip) You've Got A Good Build Still schmoozing affluent Miss Ware (Alexis Smith), who’s agreed to show handsome hustler Errol Flynn (title character) San Francisco’s Olympic Club, in the gym meets the judge (Wallis Clark) whom he did a favor, and Brit expert Watson (Rhys Williams), in the bio-pic Gentleman Jim, 1942.
Test Pilot (1938) -- (Movie Clip) What's A Little Weather? Just after the opening, mechanic Gunner (Spencer Tracy) perhaps not surprised but annoyed to find his pilot pal Jim (Clark Gable) not resting up before the flight, though he bounces back to meet sponsor Drake (Lionel Barrymore) before take-off, in Victor Fleming's Test Pilot, 1938.
Test Pilot (1938) -- (Movie Clip) I Forgot My Hat Leaving in a huff now that his plane's been fixed, cross-country test pilot Jim (Clark Gable) and Kansas local girl Ann (Myrna Loy) act like they don't care, his buddy Gunner (Spencer Tracy) offering consolation, in MGM's Test Pilot, 1938.
Now And Forever (1934) -- (Movie Clip) You Said That In Vienna Henry Hathaway directing opening of exposition and character sketch, Gary Cooper and Carole Lombard in Shanghai are Jerry and Toni, American con artists faced with a challenging hotel bill, Tetsu Komai the manager, in Paramount’s Now And Forever, 1934, co-starring Shirley Temple.
Now And Forever (1934) -- (Movie Clip) Are You A Good Sailor? Globe-trotting con man Jerry (Gary Cooper) at the estate of his late wife’s brother, waiting to hear whether he’ll get his asking price for custody of his daughter Penny (Shirley Temple), meets her for the first time since infancy, in Paramount’s Now And Forever, 1934, co-starring Carole Lombard.
Now And Forever (1934) -- (Movie Clip) You Just Won't Listen Ostensibly reformed con man Jerry (Gary Cooper), now selling real estate on the French Riviera, acting on instructions from wife Toni (Carole Lombard), picks up daughter Penny (Shirley Temple), visiting with Mrs. Crane (Charlotte Granville), who doesn’t know she’s his next mark, in Now And Forever, 1934.