Gene Fowler


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What Price Hollywood? (1932) - Beef, Iron And Wine Lowell Sherman (actor turned director, here playing dissolute director "Max Carey") outside the Brown Derby, escorting waitress Mary (Constance Bennett) to his premiere, in George Cukor's What Price Hollywood?, 1932.
What Price Hollywood? (1932) - You Haven't Proposed On the MGM lot, pretty waitress Mary (Constance Bennett) arrives to shoot her bit part for her new customer pal, director Max Carey (Lowell Sherman), in George Cukor's What Price Hollywood?, 1932.
Billy The Kid (1941) - He Don't Look So Tough Robert Taylor (title character) has just busted Pedro (Frank Puglia) and others out of jail, now in the saloon earning the attention of crooked cattle man Hickey (Gene Lockhart), who offers a job, early in MGM's Taylor-toughening Billy The Kid, 1941.
Billy The Kid (1941) - Back In Silver City Robert Taylor (title character) on his first evening on the job, stampeding the competition's cattle, runs into an old friend, Brian Donlevy as "Jim Sherwood," on the other side, manly material early in MGM's Billy The Kid, 1941.
Call Of The Wild, The (1935) -- Sit Around And Look Nasty Prospectors Jack Thornton (Clark Gable) and Shorty (Jack Oakie) taking the measure of Claire (Loretta Young), whom they've just rescued, and who does not appear in the Jack London novel, in producer Darryl F. Zanuck's very much re-invented 1935 version of The Call Of The Wild.
Call Of The Wild, The (1935) -- He's Not For Sale Outfitter Griggs (Sidney Toler) has just introduced Thornton (Clark Gable) and Shorty (Jack Oakie) to St. Bernard Buck, familiar from the Jack London novel, when rival Smith (Reginald Owen) appears, in producer Darryl Zanuck's almost complete re-write of The Call Of The Wild, 1935.
Call Of The Wild, The (1935) -- Last Insane Gesture Opening scene, in which it becomes clear producer Darryl Zanuck's film will depart far from the Jack London novel, Thornton (Clark Gable) is leaving Alaska, some early crowd surfing, then visiting with Tex (Tommy Jackson), in The Call Of The Wild, 1935, directed by William A. Wellman.

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