Peggy Converse


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Drum Beat (1954) -- (Movie Clip) I Like Being Scared In buckskins at the White House, 1872, Oregon Indian fighter Mackay (Alan Ladd) summoned by President Grant (Hayden Rorke) jousts with liberal Dr Thomas (Richard Gaines) and explains for the first lady (Peggy Converse) the first daughter (Carol Nugent) and her friend, second-billed Audrey Dalton as Nancy, in Drum Beat, 1954, the first picture from Ladd’s Jaguar Productions, and writer-producer-director Delmer Daves.
Miss Sadie Thompson (1954) -- (Movie Clip) The Heat Is On Wrapping a chat on values between "reformer" Davidson (Jose Ferrer), MacPhail (Russell Collins), and innkeeper Horn (Harry Bellaver), jumping to a gratuitous number (by Lester Lee and Allan Roberts, vocal by JoAnn Greer) by the title character (Rita Hayworth), in Miss Sadie Thompson, 1954.
Borderline (1950) -- (Movie Clip) Sucker For Dames The head customs cop (Morris Ankrum) grills suspects (Peggy Converse, Clifton Young) about a drug smuggler with L-A cops (Howard Negley, Claire Trevor as "Madeleine") listening in, then offering an idea, hints of comedy, opening Borderline, 1950, with Fred MacMurray and Raymond Burr.
Thing That Couldn't Die, The (1958) -- (Movie Clip) Disembodied Spirit Water-witch Jessica (Carolyn Kearney) is persuaded by academic Gordon (William Reynolds), who's more interested in the ancient chest found that night, to look for Mike (Charles Horvath), who has disappeared with its weird contents (Robin Hughes), in The Thing That Couldn't Die, 1958.
Thing That Couldn't Die, The (1958) -- (Movie Clip) This Accursed Chest Digging on a spot found by her maybe-psychic niece, rancher Flavia (Peggy Converse) instructs employees Boyd and Mike (James Anderson, Charles Horvath) who find a chest scholar Gordon (William Reynolds) connects, pretty much correctly, to history, in The Thing That Couldn't Die, 1958.
Thing That Couldn't Die, The (1958) -- (Movie Clip) So Long As No One Knows Suddenly nasty ranch-hand Boyd (James Anderson, who played the assault victim's father in To Kill A Mockingbird) tricks dunce Mike (Charles Horvath) into opening the mysterious chest, and menaces clairvoyant Jessica (Carolyn Kearney), in The Thing That Couldn't Die, 1962.