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Secret Heart, The (1946) -- (Movie Clip) She's Worse Opening MGM's entry in the psychological-drama fad, Chase (Robert Sterling), home from the Navy, surprises girlfriend Kay (Patricia Medina), who works for his mom, and learns sister Penny (June Allyson) isn't doing well, in The Secret Heart, 1946, with Claudette Colbert and Walter Pidgeon.
Beloved Enemy (1936) -- (Movie Clip) Dublin, 1921 Historic framing in Samuel Goldwyn’s drama of the Irish “Troubles,” then O’Brien (Theodore von Eltz) in charge at rebel headquarters, with aides (Frank Roan, Wally Maher) as the British raid, their leader Riordan (Brian Aherne) not recognized, in Beloved Enemy, 1936.
Beloved Enemy (1936) -- (Movie Clip) Something More Civilized With dazzling plot speed, British emissary Lord Athleigh (Henry Stephenson) and Lady Helen (Merle Oberon) are introduced and saved from ambush in Dublin by principled Irish rebel leader Dennis Riordan (Brian Aherne) in Beloved Enemy, 1936.
Beloved Enemy (1936) -- (Movie Clip) All Ireland Is A Park Incognito Irish rebel Dennis Riordan (Brian Ahern) thanks supporter Cathleen (Karen Morley) then takes Lady Helen (Merle Oberon), the impartial daughter of the British emissary, on what amounts to a date in Samuel Goldwyn's Beloved Enemy, 1936.
Beloved Enemy (1936) -- (Movie Clip) Up The Rebels Visiting British Lady Helen (Merle Oberon) dismisses soldier Preston, (David Niven) then overrules her escort (Leyland Hodgson), showing compassion to Dublin ruffians led by young Jerry (Ra Hould) in Samuel Goldwyn's Beloved Enemy, 1936.
Secret Heart, The (1946) -- (Movie Clip) Your Father Used To Play That Psych patient Penny (June Allyson), with brother Chase (Robert Sterling) and a prospective suitor (Marshall Thompson), have agreed they might as well stay at the upstate home of bachelor Chris (Walter Pidgeon), a friend of their deceased father, whom she's just met, in The Secret Heart, 1946.
Secret Heart, The (1946) -- (Movie Clip) I'm Not Your Patient! Claudette Colbert is Manhattan real estate pro Lee, tangling with psychologist Lionel Barrymore, who demands that she give him the back-story so he can help her troubled step-daughter (June Allyson, not seen), introducing Walter Pidgeon along the way, early in The Secret Heart, 1946.