Janis Carter


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Janis Carter

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Framed - Behind-the-Scenes Photos
Framed - Behind-the-Scenes Photos
Flying Leathernecks - Movie Posters
Here are a few original release American movie posters for RKO's Flying Leathernecks (1951), starring John Wayne and Robert Ryan.

Videos

Movie Clip

Framed (1947) - How Wrong You Are Drifter, truck-driver and engineer Mike (Glenn Ford) resists the friendly approach of scheming bombshell Paula (Janis Carter), who rescued him and got him blackout-drunk the night before, in Columbia's Framed, 1947.
Framed (1947) - I'll Let The Judge Tell You Mike (Glenn Ford), who’s done well to cause nothing more than a small wreck after the truck he was hired to drive somewhere east of LA proved to have no brakes, enters the local cafe and meets Paula (Janis Carter), the barkeep (Sid Tomack) and the cops, the second scene, in Framed, 1947.
Framed (1947) - An Angel In Furs We’ve no idea why waitress Paula (Janis Carter) has paid to keep our hero (Glenn Ford, not seen), whom she just met, out of jail and left him drunk in a hotel room and quit her job, nor exactly why she’s meeting Stephen (Barry Sullivan, his first scene), but it’s sinister for sure, early in Framed, 1947.
Framed (1947) - Might Be A Good Man Looking for work and recovering from a bender, stranded in a desert town, mining engineer Mike (Glenn Ford) explains himself to the local assayer (Paul Burns), who recommends he meet Jeff (Edgar Buchanan), to whom he did a solid favor the day before, things looking up, in Framed, 1947.
My Forbidden Past (1951) - 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.
Woman Of Distinction, A (1950) - Blood Rare Having met briefly at the station, Brit professor Alec (Ray Milland) and college president Susan (Rosalind Russell) in the dining car, not aware they're both the subjects of a newspaper scandal, in A Woman Of Distinction, 1950.
Woman Of Distinction, A (1950) - No Room For Romance Following a narrated introduction, college president Susan (Rosaling Russell) with professor Simone (Francis Lederer), then co-star Ray Milland's first scene, with a big Lucille Ball cameo, in Columbia's A Woman Of Distinction, 1950.
Missing Juror, The - Cheap And Revolting Working on his follow-up story about dying jurors, Keats (Jim Bannon) visits antique dealer Alice (Janice Carter) and her duplicitous aide Tex (Jean Stevens) in The Missing Juror, 1944, directed by Budd Boetticher.

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