Harold Medford


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Damned Don't Cry, The (1950) - Nice Piece Of Merchandise Fashion buyers, not impressed by Sandra (Jacqueline de Wit), are helpless before the hotness of the new girl Ethel (Joan Crawford), both then sent on a date by Wally (Eddie Marr), in Vincent Sherman's The Damned Don't Cry, 1950.
Damned Don't Cry, The (1950) - Etruscan Flower Pot New-to-the-game Ethel (Joan Crawford) and slick gangster Castleman (David Brian) are discussing setting up her boyfriend as a bookie, and ensuing matters, in Vincent Sherman's The Damned Don't Cry, 1950.
Damned Don't Cry, The (1950) - Rich Oil Heiress The opening scene in which first a body, then home movies of a "rich oil heiress" (Joan Crawford) who isn't, are discovered by the sheriff and deputy (Jamesson Shade, Tom Greenway), from Vincent Sherman's The Damned Don't Cry, 1950.
Berlin Express (1948) - Maya The Mind Reader Seeking her kidnapped boss, on a tour of post-war Frankfurt night clubs, where cigarettes are legal tender, French Lucienne (Merle Oberon) and American Lindley (Robert Ryan) finally pick up a smoking clue, in Jacques Tourneur's Berlin Express, 1948.
Berlin Express (1948) - Displaced Persons Continuing narration, on location at Gare de l'Este in Paris, American Lindley (Robert Ryan) already introduced, we meet characters played by Peter von Zerneck, Merle Oberon, Charles Korvin, Roman Toporov, Robert Coote and Fritz Cortner, in Jacques Tourneur's spy drama, Berlin Express, 1948.
Killer Is Loose, The - Leon Poole Detective Sam Wagner (Joseph Cotten) gets the rundown on escaped convict Leon Poole (Wendell Corey), still convinced he's not in danger in Budd Boetticher's The Killer Is Loose, 1956.
Killer Is Loose, The - A Cop's Widow Lila Wagner (Rhonda Fleming) gets nowhere trying to convince husband Sam (Joseph Cotten) to quit police work after he gets an urgent call about an escape in The Killer Is Loose, 1956.
Killer Is Loose, The - Scared Amateur Cops Sam Wagner (Joseph Cotten) and Chris Gillespie (Michael Pate) think their suspect Poole (Wendell Corey) is alone when they corner him in director Budd Boetticher's The Killer Is Loose, 1956.
Phantom Of The Rue Morgue, The - Serves Her Right Introduction of feuding knife thrower Rene (Paul Richards) and partner Yvonne (Allyn McLerie), Professor Dupin (Steve Forrest), fiancee` Jeannette (Patricia Medina) and student (Merv Griffin) in the audience, early in the Warner Bros. 3-D feature Phantom Of The Rue Morgue, 1954.
Master Of Ballantrae, The (1953) - -- They May Join Us Now in the custody of French pirates who took the ship on which they were captives, Jamie (Errol Flynn) then pal Burke (Roger Livesey) confer with foppish captain Arnaud (Jacques Berthier), photography by Jack Cardiff, in The Master Of Ballantrae, 1953.
Phantom Of The Rue Morgue, The - Everything Is Freud Inspector Bonnard (Claude Dauphin) with Professor Dupin (Steve Forrest) lamenting his lack of suspects when Dr. Marais (Karl Malden), aide Jacques (Anthony Caruso) in tow, makes his first appearance, in the 3-D feature Phantom Of The Rue Morgue, 1954.
Phantom Of The Rue Morgue, The - I Came Here To Pose Only the bracelet with bells connects this scene featuring a Paris model (Veola Vonn) and artist (Carl Milletaire) to earlier events, the 3-D value of the scene taking the fore, in Warner Bros.' Phantom Of The Rue Morgue, 1954.

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