Edmund H. North


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Cowboy (1958) -- (Movie Clip) I'm Sick Of Beef Glenn Ford as cattleman Reece blows into a Chicago hotel ca. 1872, Vaughn Taylor the manager, Jack Lemmon his clerk (Frank Harris, author of the underlying memoir), who’s in love with the daughter (Anna Kashfi) of the affluent Mexican rancher Vidal (Donald Randolph) on the way home, early in Delmer Daves’ Cowboy, 1958.
Cowboy (1958) -- (Movie Clip) They're Mean, They're Treacherous And They're Stupid Jack Lemmon as Chicago hotel clerk Harris (playing the author of the memoir on which the film was based) aims to insinuate himself with big-time cattleman Reece (Glenn Ford), who’ll have no truck with romantics, though we know his real aim is to pursue his Mexican girlfriend, early in Delmer Daves’ Cowboy, 1958.
Cowboy (1958) -- (Movie Clip) He Writes Poetry Director Delmer Daves now shooting at the San Ildefonso Pueblo near Santa Fe, as boss Reece (Glenn Ford), Paco (Victor Manuel Mendoza) and new man Frank (Jack Lemmon) arrive to see rancher Vidal (Donald Randolph), who’s pleased to make clear that he’s married off his daughter (Anna Kashfi) to a local blue-blood (Eugene Iglesias), in Cowboy, 1958.
Young Man With A Horn (1950) -- (Movie Clip) No Jam Session Rick (Kirk Douglas) meets narrator Smoke (Hoagy Carmichael), at the old Aragon ballroom in Santa Monica, joined by new boss Chandler (Walter Reed) and singer Jo (Doris Day), in Young Man With A Horn, 1950, song by Ray Noble, directed by Michael Curtiz.
In A Lonely Place (1950) -- (Movie Clip) Miss Gray Laurel (Gloria Grahame) is grilled by Brub (Frank Lovejoy as Sgt. Nicolai) on the whereabouts of her neighbor, screenwriter Dixon Steele (Humphrey Bogart) on the night of the murder in Nicholas Ray's In A Lonely Place, 1950.
Patton (1970) -- (Movie Clip) I'm My Favoite General North Africa, 1943, the American general (George C. Scott, title character) finds his new aide (Paul Stevens) most satisfactory, and helpful in his pitch to Brit commanders Tedder (Gerald Flood) and Alexander (Jack Gwillim), in director Franklin Schaffner's bio-pic Patton, 1970.
Colorado Territory (1949) -- (Movie Clip) The Sun Travels West Westbound to join his boss who busted him out of jail, Wes (Joel McCrea) plays it coy with fellow stage passengers Winslow (Henry Hull) and daughter Julie Ann (Dorothy Malone), action ensuing, in Raoul Walsh’s remake of his gangster film High Sierra, Colorado Territory, 1949.
Colorado Territory (1949) -- (Movie Clip) Payin' For Past Sins Conductor and inside-man Wallace (Ian Wolfe) is alarmed to find escaped outlaw Wes (Joel McCrea) casing the train they're planning to rob, en route to visit their backer Dave (Basil Ruysdael), to whom he owes a favor, in Raoul Walsh's Western re-make of his own High Sierra, Colorado Territory, 1949.
Colorado Territory (1949) -- (Movie Clip) Details Of Execution As instructed by his ex-boss who had him busted out of jail, McQueen (Joel McCrea) arrives at the hideout where the next job is being planned, Colorado (Virginia Mayo) the unexpected companion of Harris (James Mitchell) and Blake (John Archer), in Raoul Walsh’s Colorado Territory , 1949.
Day The Earth Stood Still, The (1951) -- (Movie Clip) Holy Christmas! The whiz-bang opening with some legit American broadcasters, alarm spreading as a genuine flying saucer is detected racing through the earth’s atmosphere, landing by special effects at the baseball field on the Ellipse south of the White House, from The Day The Earth Stood Still, 1951.
Day The Earth Stood Still, The (1951) -- (Movie Clip) Gort, Baringa! Bobby (Billy Gray), suspicious because his house-mate “Mr. Carpenter” (really alien Klaatu, Michael Rennie) borrowed his flashlight on false premises, follows him and discovers he really is the missing spaceman who landed in Washington, D.C., in The Day The Earth Stood Still, 1951.
Day The Earth Stood Still, The (1951) -- (Movie Clip) What Other Terrors Can He Unleash? Klaatu (Michael Rennie), frustrated in his efforts to convene a meeting of world leaders, escaped from a military hospital, goes incognito in Washington, D.C., at a boarding house meeting Bobby (Billy Gray), his mom (Patricia Neal) and others, in The Day The Earth Stood Still, 1951.