Art Arthur


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Clarence, The Cross-Eyed Lion (1965) - Call It Internal Strabismus First appearance for Betsy Drake, in her last movie before her retirement, as a Dian Fossey-inspired character, wildlife photographer-researcher Julie, who soon proceeds to the compound where friends “Marsh” Tracy (Marshall Thompson) and daughter (Cheryl Miller) have recently adopted the title character, in Clarence, The Cross-Eyed Lion, 1965.
Clarence, The Cross-Eyed Lion (1965) - He Can't Hunt Acting on reports of a lion marauding their settlements but not doing any harm, Marshall Thompson as Dr. Tracy, Cheryl Miller his daughter (later seen in the spinoff TV series Daktari, 1966-1969) and Rockne Tarkington as aide Juna discover the problem, in producer Ivan Tors’ Clarence, The Cross-Eyed Lion, 1965.
Around The World Under The Sea (1966) - I Thought We Were A Civilian Boat Scientists gather on the "Hydronaut," Volker (David McCallum), Stahl (Keenan Wynn), Mosby (Brian Kelly), Maggie (Shirley Eaton) legs first, and Standish (Lloyd Bridges), ready to save the world with an earthquake warning system, in the quasi-sci-fi Around The World Under The Sea, 1966.
Sun Valley Serenade (1941) - It Happened In Sun Valley Promo here for the Idaho resort, Glenn Miller's band with an original by Harry Warren and Mack Gordon, Milton Berle and Joan Davis schtick and Sonja Henie, in her first skating scene, tries to impress pianist Ted (John Payne), who is her legal adoptive guardian, in Sun Valley Serenade, 1941.
Song of India - Open, Forbidden Jungle Opening credits and introduction of Maharajah Gopal (Turhan Bey), girlfriend Princess Tara (Gail Russell) and her dad, another Maharajah (Robert Barrat) from Columbia's Song of India, 1949.
Song of India - The Jungle Is Angry Ramdan (Sabu) senses trouble in the jungle and rushes to the village to see the head man Namaram (Fritz Leiber), who looks to be in the wrong movie, in Columbia's Song of India, 1949.
Heaven Only Knows - Human Error Angel Mike (Robert Cummings) in Heaven consulting Gabriel (Willian Farnum) and other colleagues about a mission to the American West, in an early scene from Albert S. Rogell's Heaven Only Knows, 1947.
Heaven Only Knows - Open, Book of Life Celestial opening credits and first scene from director Albert S. Rogell's "Angel in the Wild West" comedy Heaven Only Knows, 1947, starring Robert Cummings and Brian Donlevy.
Battle Taxi - Opening Credits Opening title sequence sets the expository tone for the 1955 Korean War helicopter rescue drama Battle Taxi, from producer Ivan Tors and screenwriter Malvin Wald, starring Sterling Hayden.

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