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Gilda (1946) -- (Movie Clip) Talk Or Dance Carnival night in Buenos Aires, Rita Hayworth (title character), wife of the boss, taunts casino manager Johnny (Glenn Ford), her ex-lover, on the dance floor, cop Obregon (Joseph Calleia) warning of trouble and assistant Casey (Joe Sawyer) delivering news, in Gilda, 1946.
Gilda (1946) -- (Movie Clip) He Can't Afford It Buenos Aires casino boss Ballin (George MacReady) leaves new wife Rita Hayworth (title character) and employee Johnny (Glenn Ford) alone for the first time, their previous relations now confirmed, Delgado (Gerald Mohr) and Obregon (Joseph Calleia) cutting-in, in Charles Vidor's Gilda, 1946.
Gilda (1946) -- (Movie Clip) Are You Decent? Buenos Aires casino manager Johnny (Glenn Ford), happy to greet boss Mundson (George MacReady) returning from abroad, shocked by director Charles Vidor's famous shot, arguably inventing the modern camera-turn, introducing Rita Hayworth (title character), in Gilda, 1946.
Gilda (1946) -- (Movie Clip) First Night In The Argentine Director Charles Vidor's somewhat special-effected opening shot, American wiseguy Johnny (Glenn Ford) narrating, in trouble, then rescued by passer-by Ballin Mundson (George MacReady), in Gilda, 1946, starring Rita Hayworth.
I'll Be Seeing You (1944) -- (Movie Clip) What The War's Like New friends Zach (Joseph Cotten) and Mary (Ginger Rogers), neither knowing that he's being treated for shell-shock, and she's on furlough from prison, after a war movie, then meeting overzealous host Swanson (Chill Wills), in David Selznick's I'll Be Seeing You, 1944.
I'll Be Seeing You (1944) -- (Movie Clip) Not Much Bigger Than A Cell Traveling at Christmas, mysterious Mary (Ginger Rogers) arrives at the home of her aunt (Spring Byington), meeting her younger cousin Barbara (Shirley Temple), whose faux pas clears up the circumstances, early in I'll Be Seeing You, 1944, from director David Selznick.
I'll Be Seeing You (1944) -- (Movie Clip) I Don't Like Christmas Something's odd but director William Dieterle is determined to not show us what, as principals (Ginger Rogers as "Mary," Joseph Cotten as soldier "Zachary") are introduced, along with two bubbly servicemen (Dare Harris, Kenny Bowers), in I'll Be Seeing You, 1944, co-starring Shirley Temple.
I'll Be Seeing You (1944) -- (Movie Clip) What I'm In Prison For Inmate Mary (Ginger Rogers), furloughed at Christmas and sharing a room with her teen cousin Barbara (Shirley Temple), reveals the back-story, in I'll Be Seeing You, 1944, also starring Joseph Cotten.
My Forbidden Past (1951) -- (Movie Clip) Cut It Sharp With A Knife Without preamble, Ava Gardner appears as New Orleans belle Barbara, with Robert Mitchum as unmarried academic lover Mark, plotting a dramatic departure, opening director Robert Stevenson's My Forbidden Past, 1951, also starring Melvyn Douglas.
My Forbidden Past (1951) -- (Movie Clip) Only The Great Beauties Barbara (Ava Gardner) has contrived to meet a boat, unable to shake conniving cousin Paul (Melvyn Douglas), ostensibly meeting another cousin (Jack Briggs) but really after ex-lover professor Mark (Robert Mitchum), who has a new wife (Janis Carter) and who believes she jilted him, in My Forbidden Past, 1951.