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Scandal Sheet (1952) -- (Movie Clip) Stop The Presses! Audience knows but reporter McCleary (John Derek) doesn't, that editor Chapman (Broderick Crawford) is the killer in the murder story he's pitching in Phil Karlson's Scandal Sheet, 1952, from a Samuel Fuller novel.
Winning Team, The (1952) -- (Movie Clip) Show Me A Curve! Newly scolded Grover Cleveland Alexander (Ronald Reagan) and betrothed Aimeee (Doris Day) are at a Nebraska hometown travel lecture when recruiter Glasheen (Gordon Jones) drives up, keeping that pesky baseball dream alive, in the Warner Bros.' bio-pic The Winning Team, 1952.
Them! (1954) -- (Movie Clip) -- Chasing The Wind Southern New Mexico troopers Ed (Chris Drake) and Ben (James Whitmore) investigate a report of trouble in the desert, meeting young Sandy Descher, in the opening scene from Them!, 1954, featuring James Arness and Edmund Gwenn.
Them! (1954) -- (Movie Clip) -- The Queen's Chamber Scientist Pat (Joan Weldon) joins cop Ben (James Whitmore) and FBI man Bob (James Arness) on a foray into the giant ants' nest, armed with flame-throwers, in the original Them!, 1954.
Them! (1954) -- (Movie Clip) -- Genetically It's Certainly Possible FBI man Graham (James Arness) and New Mexico cop Peterson brief the doctors Medford (Edmund Gwenn, Joan Weldon as his daughter), who then interview the traumatized "Ellinson Girl" (Sandy Descher), who produces a title for the movie when exposed to acid from ants in the original Them!, 1954.
Them! (1954) -- (Movie Clip) -- Demonstration Of Power From the action in New Mexico to a top-level conference in Washington, Dr. Medford (Edmund Gwenn) delivers the big science content about ants to the assembled authorities in the original Them!, 1954, from a story by George Worthing Yates.
McConnell Story, The (1955) -- (Movie Clip) A Soldier Flying A Plane Air Force Gen. Otto Weyland in his prologue makes no reference to his own credentials, letting Alan Ladd introduce himself, aided by a mechanic (Frank Ferguson) and flight instructor (Dabbs Greer), in The McConnell Story, 1955, as Korean War flying ace Joseph C. McConnell, who died in 1954.
McConnell Story, The (1955) -- (Movie Clip) He'll Be Right Out Massachusetts, 1941, medical corps private McConnell (Alan Ladd), pursued by MP's for taking unauthorized flying lessons, has been rescued by Bob (Robert Ellis), whose mom (Sarah Selby) is clueless but whose sister (June Allyson) gets wise, early in the bio-pic The McConnell Story, 1955.
McConnell Story, The (1955) -- (Movie Clip) With My Officer's Pay Texas, 1942, Army med student "Mac" (Alan Ladd), who dreams of flying, is inattentive in class (taught by Edward Platt), then returns home with big news for wife "Butch" (June Allyson), who has news of her own, in The McConnell Story, 1955, based on the life of Korean War flying ace Joseph C. McConnell.