Millard Mitchell

Millard Mitchell


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A Foreign Affair - Publicity Stills
A Foreign Affair - Publicity Stills


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Singin' In The Rain (1952) -- (Movie Clip) All I Do Is Dream Of You The studio boss (Millard Mitchell) after a talking-picture demo, with Cosmo (Donald O’Connor) pal of star Don (Gene Kelly), who’s delighted to find snooty Cathy (Debbie Reynolds) doing a cheesecake gig, song by Nacio Herb Brown and producer Arthur Freed, bimbo Lina (Jean Hagen) getting pied, in Singin’ In The Rain, 1952.
Singin' In The Rain (1951) -- (Movie Clip) Zelda's Kid Sister In the “Revolution In Hollywood” montage, Rita Moreno as “Zelda” in the cocktail shaker routine and the cutaways, with four Nacio Herb Brown and Arthur Freed tunes, Jimmy Thompson the crooner, Debbie Reynolds with him as Kathy, Millard Mitchell the studio boss, Donald O’Connor as Cosmo, Tommy Farrell as Sid the A-D, in Singin’ In The Rain, 1951.
Convicted (1950) -- (Movie Clip) Murder Was Not Your Intent Glenn Ford as Joe who accidentally killed a big-shot’s son in a bar fight, gets sentenced as his lame employer-hired lawyer (Roland Winters) gets chewed out by the compassionate D-A Knowland (Broderick Crawford), Griff Barnett his sad father, Dorothy Malone, 13 years Crawford’s junior, as his daughter, Millard Mitchell the other convict on the train, in Convicted, 1950.
Winchester '73 -- (Movie Clip) The Gun That Won The West Opening the first in the series of seminal Westerns directed by Anthony Mann and starring James Stewart who, with sidekick Millard Mitchell, rides into Dodge City on the day of the nation's centennial, meeting a chilled out Will Geer and fuming Shelley Winters, in Winchester '73, 1950.
Winchester '73 -- (Movie Clip) Shiloh And Bull Run Lin and High Spade (James Stewart, Millard Mitchell) continuing their trek at night, encounter Indians, then Cavalry commanded by Wilkes (Jay C. Flippen), also acquaintance Lola (Shelley Winters) and her beau Steve (Charles Drake), trouble brewing, in Anthony Mann's Winchester '73, 1950.
Singin' In The Rain (1952) -- (Movie Clip) Wired For Sound Comedy set piece on the switch to talkies, Gene Kelly as silent-star Don Lockwood, Jean Hagen stealing it as his dingbat screen lover Lina, with the disastrous voice, Douglas Fowley the imploding director, Millard Mitchell the studio boss with the slapstick payoff, in Singin’ In The Rain, 1952.
Foreign Affair, A (1948) -- (Movie Clip) One Thing At A Time From the opening credits, Jean Arthur as "Representative Phoebe Frost" talks some sense into fellow lawmakers flying into post-war Berlin, biting commentary from screenwriter Charles Brackett and director Billy Wilder, in A Foreign Affair, 1948.
Gunfighter, The (1950) -- (Movie Clip) That's Your Public The sheriff (Millard Mitchell) quickly got word that reluctant celebrity gunslinger Jimmy (Gregory Peck) was in town, so he’s there to greet him after washing up, we learn they’re old pals, and that he’s got a reason for visiting, early in director Henry King’s The Gunfighter, 1950.
Naked Spur, The -- (Movie Clip) Share And Share Alike The whole cast appearing, Kemp (James Stewart) has his motives found out by prospector Jesse (Millard Mitchell) and deserter Roy (Ralph Meeker), now that Ben (Robert Ryan) and Lina (Janet Leigh) are in custody, in Anthony Mann's The Naked Spur, 1953.
Naked Spur, The -- (Movie Clip) -- Right There Behind You Wayward soldier Roy (Ralph Meeker) gives a hand as bounty hunter Kemp (James Stewart) and pal Tate (Millard Mitchell) close in on holed-up outlaw Ben (Robert Ryan), high tension in Anthony Mann's The Naked Spur, 1953.
Winchester '73 -- (Movie Clip) Dutch Henry Brown Stripped of their guns by the sheriff we now know is Wyatt Earp (Will Geer), Lin (James Stewart), with sidekick High Spade (Millard Mitchell), discovers that the man calling himself Dutch Henry Brown (Stephen McNally) is the guy he's been hunting, early in Anthony Mann's Winchester '73, 1950.
Naked Spur, The -- (Movie Clip) You're Losin' Time Bounty hunter Kemp (James Stewart) and sidekick Tate (Millard Mitchell) warn of Indians as they get prisoners Ben and Lina (Robert Ryan, Janet Leigh) ready to travel, fugitive soldier Roy (Ralph Meeker) objecting, in Anthony Mann's The Naked Spur, 1953.