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Conflict (1945) -- (Movie Clip) Are Your Ears Burning? Leaving a party, Richard (Humphrey Bogart) driving, with wife Kathryn (Rose Hobart) and her sister Evelyn (Alexis Smith), whom he prefers, then director Curtis Bernhardt's take on losing consciousness, in Conflict, 1945.
Pickup On South Street (1953) -- (Movie Clip) Come Back Right Away! Famous first scene in which Jean Peters and two FBI guys (Willis Bouchey, Jerry O'Sullivan) are among the straphangers, when pickpocket Richard Widmark appears, after which she calls Joey (Richard Kiley), in writer-director Samuel Fuller's Pickup On South Street, 1953.
Pickup On South Street (1953) -- (Movie Clip) You Get Paid For It Frantic Candy (Jean Peters), trying to find her stolen wallet with the microfilm, visits first Lightning Louie (Victor Perry) then savvy Moe (Thelma Ritter) in Samuel Fuller's Pickup On South Street, 1953.
Pickup On South Street -- (Movie Clip) Tiger's Waiting Pickpocket Skip (Richard Widmark) returns to his waterfront hide-out, discovers he's scored some microfilm, and greets cops Winocki (Milburn Stone) and Mac (Henry Slate) in Samuel Fuller's Pickup On South Street, 1953.
Pickup On South Street (1953) -- (Movie Clip) A Girl Makes Mistakes Writer-director Sam Fuller is all business as pickpocket Skip (Richard Widmark) revives Candy (Jean Peters), having knocked her out when she arrived at his waterfront shack to retrieve her wallet, in Pickup On South Street, 1953.
Conflict (1945) -- (Movie Clip) Burst Of Youthful Romance Opening chat between Kathryn (Rose Hobart) and Richard (Humphrey Bogart), on the evening of their fifth wedding anniversary, her sister Evelyn (Alexis Smith) joining, in Curtis Bernhardt's Conflict, 1945.
Gay Divorcee, The (1934) -- (Movie Clip) Don't Let It Bother You After a musical opening introducing the Mack Gordon and Harry Revel original song, pals Guy and Egbert (Fred Astaire, Edward Everett Horton) run into trouble at a Paris nightspot, Paul Porcasi the owner, in The Gay Divorceè, 1934, the first picture in which Astaire and Ginger Rogers shared top billing.
Awful Truth, The (1937) -- (Movie Clip) Send For The Dog Having jumped from just one argument to divorce court, Lucy (Irene Dunne) and Jerry (Cary Grant) wind up disagreeing mostly over the dog, "Mr. Smith," early in Leo McCarey's The Awful Truth, 1937.
Top Hat (1935) -- (Movie Clip) No Strings Early scene, Jerry (Fred Astaire) explaining his outlook to friend Horace (Edward Everett Horton), into the Irving Berlin song and a long tap number, which wakes the downstairs neighbor (Ginger Rogers), from Top Hat, 1935.
Top Hat (1935) -- (Movie Clip) Isn't It A Lovely Day Jerry (Fred Astaire) explaining to Dale (Ginger Rogers) about the weather, into Irving Berlin's song and another famous dance number, from Top Hat, 1935.
Awful Truth, The (1937) -- (Movie Clip) A Gal's Name Needs Clearin' The Mother (Esther Dale) of new beau Daniel (Ralph Bellamy) tentatively confronts his almost-divorced fiancee' Lucy (Irene Dunne) with nasty gossip, forcing her ex Jerry (Cary Grant), visiting on a ruse, to step up, in Leo McCarey's The Awful Truth, 1937.
Awful Truth, The (1937) -- (Movie Clip) The Road To Reno Jerry (Cary Grant), who has not really been in Florida for two weeks, entertains friends (Bess Flowers, Wyn Cahoon, Scott Colton, Robert Allan) until Lucy (Irene Dunne, her first scene) shows up with her aunt (Cecil Cunningham) and a companion (Alexander D'Arcy), early in Leo McCarey's The Awful Truth, 1937.



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