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Watch The Birdie (1951) -- (Movie Clip) It's A Little Overdeveloped Red Skelton here appears as Rusty Cameron and as his own dad, partners in their struggling camera shop, not realizing Lucia (Arlene Dahl), who rescued him from a recent aquatic mishap, is behind their sudden up-tick in business, in MGM’s Watch The Birdie, 1951.
Watch The Birdie (1951) -- (Movie Clip) I Christen You Destroyer Star Red Skelton is a camera shop owner who’s about to go under so he’s inspired to try freelance newsreel camera work, with a couple of fumbles before he meets Arlene Dahl as affluent Lucia, Leon Ames her skeptical counselor, early in MGM’s Watch The Birdie, 1951.
Watch The Birdie (1951) -- (Movie Clip) Miss Lucky Vista Red Skelton as rookie newsreel cameraman Rusty is shooting the ground-breaking for the Lucky Vista housing project, also playing his own Grand-Dad, where Ann Miller is the pageant winner, Pam Britton a dignitary, Arlene Dahl a financier and romantic prospect, in Watch The Birdie, 1951.
Borderline (1950) -- (Movie Clip) My Favorite Place Neither "Macklin" (Fred MacMurray) nor Madeleine (Claire Trevor) knows that the other is an undercover cop looking to set up the same drug kingpin, posing as a married couple in a Mexican hotel, hitting some rom-com notes, in Borderline, 1950.
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.
Borderline (1950) -- (Movie Clip) Okay You're Tough Undercover in Mexico, LA cop Madeleine (Claire Trevor) has helped a drunken thug (Don Diamond) back to his place, giving her the chance to search, when his drug smuggler boss Ritchie (Raymond Burr) shows up, followed by rival Macklin (Fred MacMurray, his first scene), in Borderline, 1950.