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Holiday (1938) -- (Movie Clip) Your Nose Is Frozen Johnny (Cary Grant), having discovered that his newly betrothed Julia (Doris Nolan), whom he just met on vacation, is one of the super-rich Setons, meets her sister Linda (Katharine Hepburn, her first scene), in George Cukor's Holiday, 1938.
Holiday (1938) -- (Movie Clip) Want A Bite? Arrived early for his big meeting with father, Johnny (Cary Grant), who's just learned he's marrying into a super-rich family, visits with Linda (Katharine Hepburn), sister of his betrothed, in George Cukor's Holiday, 1938.
Julia Misbehaves (1948) -- (Movie Clip) Agamemnon Beating Circe Unveiling the affluent Packett household in France, Walter Pidgeon whom we surmise is the estranged but not unfriendly husband of the title character (Greer Garson, not seen here), Elizabeth Taylor the daughter, whose wedding she’s been unexpectedly invited to, Peter Lawford a hired artist, and Lucile Watson the grandmother, in MGM’s Julia Misbehaves, 1948.
Julia Misbehaves (1948) -- (Movie Clip) I'm Your Mother Showgirl Julia (Greer Garson) at the French country home of her estranged husband, for the wedding of her daughter Susan (Elizabeth Taylor), whom she hasn't seen since infancy, in Julia Misbehaves, 1948.
Julia Misbehaves (1948) -- (Movie Clip) My Wonderful One At the wedding rehearsal for Susan (Elizabeth Taylor), artist Ritchie (Peter Lawford) intruding, re-united parents Julia (Greer Garson)and William (Walter Pidgeon) remember their wedding with a song, in Julia Misbehaves, 1948.
Julia Misbehaves (1948) -- (Movie Clip) Well Get Out Of The Nude! Opening and introducing Greer Garson as the London showgirl title character, craftily manipulating her manager Benjy (Reginald Owen) through her friend Louise (Veda Ann Borg), Jack Conway directing, from a Margery Sharp novel, co-starring Walter Pidgeon, Elizabeth Taylor and Peter Lawford, in Julia Misbehaves, 1948.
Here Comes Mr. Jordan (1941) -- (Movie Clip) He Keeps Telling Me I'm Dead We’ve just met sax-playing fighter Joe Pendleton (Robert Montgomery) who insisted on flying solo to New York, running into trouble and meeting supernatural Messenger 7013 (Edward Everett Horton) and his boss, Claude Rains, noted in the title, in director Alexander Hall’s Here Comes Mr. Jordan, 1941.
Here Comes Mr. Jordan (1941) -- (Movie Clip) Not Even In Heaven Heavenly Claude Rains (title character) and fighter Joe (Robert Montgomery), who was cremated while wrongly presumed dead, consider the body of millionaire Farnsworth, about to be murdered by his wife and secretary (Rita Johnson, John Emery), not anticipating Miss Logan (Evelyn Keyes), in Here Comes Mr Jordan, 1941.
Holiday (1938) -- (Movie Clip) What Do Most Girls Do? Opening scene, Johnny (Cary Grant) pops in on New York pals Nick and Susan (Edward Everett Horton, Jean Dixon) with big news, in George Cukor's Holiday, 1938, from the Philip Barry play.
Guy Named Joe, A -- (Movie Clip) I'll Scratch Your Eyes Out American flyer Pete (Spencer Tracy) with pal Al (Ward Bond) in Scotland awaiting a visit from girlfriend and cargo pilot Dorinda (Irene Dunne), early in director Victor Fleming's A Guy Named Joe, 1944.
Guy Named Joe, A -- (Movie Clip) Twin Hooks, Rhode Island Monitoring in-training pilot Ted (Van Johnson) at a night-spot, deceased aviator Pete (Spencer Tracy) encourages him to approach Ellen (Esther Williams), who's worried about recruit Sanderson (Charles Smith), in A Guy Named Joe, 1944.
Guy Named Joe, A (1944) -- (Movie Clip) You Still My Girl? Maybe sentimental but top notch MGM scene, Victor Fleming directs Spencer Tracy as pilot Pete, finally agreeing to turn in his wings when cargo flier girlfriend Dorinda (Irene Dunne) says she will too, when comrade Al (Ward Bond) arrives with an emergency, from Dalton Trumbo’s script, in A Guy Named Joe, 1944.