Ernest Hemingway


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The Killers - Movie Posters
Here are a few original release American movie posters for Universal's The Killers (1946), starring Burt Lancaster and Ava Gardner.

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Breaking Point, The (1952) - Sporting Blood Fishing boat captain Harry (John Garfield), ducking hustler Duncan (Wallace Ford), finds first the girlfriend (Patricia Neal), then his fare (Ralph Dummke), in a Mexican bar, in The Breaking Point, 1952, from Hemingway's To Have And Have Not.
Licence To Kill (1989) - A Farewell To Arms Working with Sharkey (Frank McRae), Bond (Timothy Dalton) is pretty much gone rogue in Key West over attacks on American friend Felix Leiter, so he’s intercepted by DEA man Hawkins (Grand L. Bush) and delivered to the Hemingway house where “M” (Robert Brown) waits to crack the whip, in Licence To Kill, 1989.
Breaking Point, The (1952) - Chinese It Talks Stiffed by his charter fare in Mexico, captain Harry (John Garfield) takes up Hannagan (Wallace Ford) on an offer to talk to a smuggler (Victor Sen Yung), in The Breaking Point, 1952, Michael Curtiz directing, from Hemingway's To Have And Have Not.
Breaking Point, The (1952) - You Know How It Is John Garfield narrating the opening to his second-to-last film, as "Harry Morgan," in the second and more faithful version of Hemingway's To Have And Have Not, Phyllis Thaxter his wife, in The Breaking Point, 1950.
Farewell To Arms, A (1932) - There's A War On Adolphe Menjou is Italian Rinaldi, annoyed as his WWI American ambulance driver pal Henry (Gary Cooper) has snuck off with his beloved English nurse Catherine (Helen Hayes), mangled Hemingway but the outcome clear enough, in the pre-code A Farewell To Arms, 1932.
Farewell To Arms, A (1932) - No, I Mean Girls (First) World war ambulance driver Frederic (Gary Cooper) is happy to meet Italian surgeon pal Rinaldi (Adolphe Menjou) at the hospital, early in Frank Borzage's A Farewell To Arms, 1932, from the Hemingway novel.
To Have And Have Not (1944) - A Stray Bullet In French Martinique, boat captain Harry (Humphrey Bogart), with would-be thief Marie (Lauren Bacall), is making his deadbeat client pay up when Nazi-backed goons come after Frenchy (Marcel Dalio) and comrades, Capitane Renarde (Dan Seymour) mopping up, in To Have And Have Not, 1944.
Farewell To Arms, A (1957) - We Tell A Story Grandeur and literary credentials, Charles Vidor directs and Rock Hudson narrates, roughly from the Hemingway novel, opening producer David O. Selznick’s 1957 production, co-starring Selznick’s wife, Jennifer Jones, Kurt Kasznar, Franco Interlenghi and Leopold Trieste introduced, in A Farewell To Arms.
Farewell To Arms, A (1957) - We Die Anyway Vittorio De Sica as the almost-smarmy Rinaldi conducts his American ambulance driver friend Frederic (Rock Hudson), back at the base in the Italian Alps after leave, to meet the new English nurses, especially Miss Barkley (Jennifer Jones), in David O. Selznick’s production, from Hemingway, A Farewell To Arms, 1957.
Farewell To Arms, A (1957) - Promise You'll Come Back Leaving their base (Charles Vidor directing on location, in the eastern Italian Alps near Venzone), ambulance driver Frederic (Rock Hudson) is desperate to see British nurse Catherine (Jennifer Jones) after their torrid one-night liaison, in the 1957 version of Hemingway’s A Farewell To Arms, produced by Jones’ husband, David Selznick.
Farewell To Arms, A (1957) - I've Come Back To Catherine Something like fidelity to the Hemingway novel, via Laurence Stallings’ play and Ben Hecht’s script, of the second encounter between American WWI ambulance driver Frederic Henry (Rock Hudson) and Brit nurse Catherine (Jennifer Jones), who spoke earlier of her fianceè, killed in action, in A Farewell To Arms, 1957.
To Have And Have Not (1944) - Martinique, In The Summer Of 1940 Howard Hawks opens with a dateline and Humphrey Bogart as skipper Harry, tangling with a French quartermaster (Eugene Borden), his mate Eddie (Walter Brennan), local Horatio (Sir Lancelot) and dubious client Johnson (Walter Sande), in To Have And Have Not, 1944, loosely from Hemingway.

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