Vicki Baum


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Woman's Secret, A (1949) - Songs Of Estrellita The prominent movie music director Constantin Bakaleinikoff appears, directing a radio orchestra, as director Nicholas Ray introduces his leading ladies, Susan (Gloria Grahame) and Marian (Maureen O'Hara), opening A Woman's Secret, 1949, from a Vicki Baum novel.
Woman's Secret, A (1949) - Genius, Would You Say? Having confessed to a shooting, Marian (Maureen O'Hara) tells cop Fowler (Jay. C Flippen) she only wants to call her friend Luke (Melvyn Douglas), introduced appearing on a radio quiz show, in Nicholas Ray's A Woman's Secret, 1949.
Woman's Secret, A (1949) - Smudge Pots And Pest Control Having just learned that her own voice won't recover, singer Marian (Maureen O'Hara) and composer Luke (Melvyn Douglas) meet kooky shopgirl and aspiring singer Susan (Gloria Grahame), all in flashback, in Nicholas Ray's A Woman's Secret, 1949.
Honeymoon (1947) - The Walter Pidgeon Type American consul David (Franchot Tone) brought stranded bride Barbara (Shirley Temple) to a Mexico City club for a meal, as she tries to locate her soldier fiancé Phil, but she’s up for dancing too, which worries his future father-in-law (Julio Villareal), in Honeymoon, 1947.
Honeymoon (1947) - Every Smart Young Diplomat Franchot Tone is David, U.S. Consul in Mexico City receiving his local fiancée (Lina Romay), Gene Lockhart with his staff, then young Barbara (Shirley Temple) from Minnesota, needing help because her soldier fiancé (Guy Madison) couldn’t make their wedding date, in RKO’s Honeymoon, 1947.
Grand Hotel (1932) - I Have A Rather Nice Figure Textile magnate Preysing (Wallace Beery) is pleased that he's at last got sexy stenographer Flaemmchen (Joan Crawford) to himself but alarmed that his deal seems to be crashing, John Barrymore on the balcony advancing another plot, in MGM's all-star Grand Hotel, 1932.
Grand Hotel (1932) - I Have A Complaint Epic take by director Edmund Goulding, at the front desk, mostly Kringelein (Lionel Barrymore) griping, meeting the Baron (brother John Barrymore), Dr. Otternschlag (Lewis Stone) and concierge (Charles Trowbridge), then Joan Crawford's entrance, in MGM's all-star Grand Hotel, 1932.
Week-end At The Waldorf (1945) - Honeymoon Couple Robert Benchley narrates, a couple (Cora Sue Collins, Michael Kirby) arrives, and Jessup (Samuel S. Hinds) rejects slippery Edley (Edward Arnold), just opening MGM's relocated and modified remake of Grand Hotel, Week-End At The Waldorf, 1944, starring Ginger Rogers and Lana Turner.
Week-end At The Waldorf (1945) - Loot From A Fan First scene for Leon Ames as producer Burton and Ginger Rogers as the much-mentioned movie star Irene, upstairs at a party preceding her premiere, her friend Dr. Campbell (Warner Anderson) standing by, in MGM's Week-end At The Waldorf, 1945.
Grand Hotel (1932) - Do I Look Like A Baron? Transition through the famous lobby shot, then the chiseling Baron (John Barrymore) at work on the new stenographer Flaemmchen (Joan Crawford), interrupted by pensioner Kringelein (Lionel Barrymore), in MGM's Grand Hotel, 1932.
Grand Hotel (1932) - All The Best People Opening scene introducing many from the all-but unprecedented line-up of MGM stars, Jean Hersholt, Lionel Barrymore, Wallace Beery, John Barrymore, at the fictional hotel in Berlin, Garbo, Crawford and others yet to come, in Irving Thalberg's hit all-star experiment Grand Hotel, 1932.
Grand Hotel (1932) - I Want To Be Alone... The dancer Grusinskaya (Greta Garbo, uttering the line she would never escape) wants to be alone, not realizing that the thieving Baron (John Barrymore) is with her all along, in this famous scene from director Edmund Goulding's Grand Hotel, 1932.

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