Jerome Chodorov



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Tunnel Of Love, The (1958) - Class of '79 From credits establishing Westport, Connecticut and title song by the leading lady, Doris Day and Richard Widmark arrive home, greeted by neighbors Gig Young and Elisabeth Fraser, opening The Tunnel Of Love, 1958.
My Sister Eileen (1942) -- Bustin' With Talent Dueling beaus Chic (Allyn Joslyn) and Lippincott (Richard Quine) joust over Eileen (Janet Blair), Ruth (Rosalind Russell) officiating until subway construction and various intruders (last Brian Aherne) overwhelm, in My Sister Eileen, 1942.
My Sister Eileen (1942) -- He's Not The Drug Store? Random gent (Chick Chandler) arrives looking for the previous tenant, confusing Eileen (Janet Blair) then Ruth (Rosalind Russell), "Wreck" (Gordon Jones) and wife (Jeff Donnell) then summoned, in My Sister Eileen, 1942.
Tunnel Of Love, The (1958) - Get Hold Of Your Husband Still trying to conceive even as their adoption application is being processed, Isolde (Doris Day) exhorts exhausted spouse Augie (Richard Widmark) to immediate action, in The Tunnel Of Love, 1958.
Rich Man, Poor Girl (1938) - I Should Grab You And Run Having just announced her surprise engagement to her millionaire boss to her family, now up on the roof of their tenement, Joan (Ruth Hussey) reflects on whether she and Bill (Robert Young) are making the right move, in Rich Man, Poor Girl, 1938, also starring Lana Turner and Lew Ayres.
Memphis Belle: A Story Of A Flying Fortress (1943) - Targets To Be Destroyed Taking flight from England with cascading war propaganda in the script by Jerome Chodorov, Lester Koenig and director William Wyler, followed by the complete introduction of the crew, in the famous War Department documentary Memphis Belle: A Story Of A Flying Fortress, 1944.
Memphis Belle: A Story Of A Flying Fortress (1943) - This Is A Battlefront Booming credit sequence and the beginning of director William Wyler’s building sense of portent, initial ground scenes shot at the Bassingbourn air field, Cambridgeshire, England, in the widely-seen color War Department documentary, Memphis Belle: A Story Of A Flying Fortress, 1944.
Rich Man, Poor Girl (1938) - Are You Sure You Had Shoes? Stealing the movie, supporting players Lew Ayres as cousin Henry, selling shoes, 18 year-old Lana Turner as sister Helen, learning to type, joining parents (Guy Kibbee, Sarah Padden) and brother (Don Castle) to meet heroine Joan (Ruth Hussey) at the station, in Rich Man, Poor Girl, 1938.
Tunnel Of Love, The (1958) - Cocktail Hour Aspiring Connecticut adoptive father Augie (Richard Widmark) is relaxing at home, no idea that his unexpected visitor Miss Novick (Gia Scala) represents the adoption agency, in The Tunnel Of Love, 1958, directed by Gene Kelly.
My Sister Eileen (1942) -- Cold Hard Facts Aspriring writer Ruth (Rosalind Russell) gets recruited by editor Baker (Brian Aherne) to make a point to stodgy publisher Craven (Clyde Fillmore) in My Sister Eileen, 1942.
My Sister Eileen (1942) -- Portugese Merchant Marine Sailors of the Portugese Merchant Marine have followed Ruth (Rosalind Russell) home to Greenwich Village where she and Eileen (Janet Blair) attempt to get them out of the apartment, in My Sister Eileen, 1942.


Edward Chodorov