Samuel Hopkins Adams


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It Happened One Night (1934) - Long Line Of Stubborn Idiots Madcap heiress Ellie (Claudette Colbert) establishing bona-fides with some bite, for her father Alexander (Walter Connolly), opening Frank Capra's It Happened One Night, 1934, also starring Clark Gable.
It Happened One Night (1934) - You Mind If I Try? Newsman Pete (Clark Gable), now helping heiress Ellie (Claudette Colbert) escape her father's detectives, gets schooled in hitch-hiking, in another famous scene from Frank Capra's It Happened One Night, 1934.
It Happened One Night (1934) - Take My Advice Just-fired newsman Pete (Clark Gable), standing by to inform runaway heiress Ellie (Claudette Colbert) that she's missed her bus, he knows who she is, and he doesn't care, in Frank Capra's It Happened One Night, 1934.
It Happened One Night (1934) - Every Man For Himself Brash newspaperman Pete (Clark Gable) instructs runaway heiress Ellie (Claudette Colbert) on the rules of men's undressing, in a famous scene from Frank Capra's It Happened One Night, 1934.
Harvey Girls, The (1946) - The Wild, Wild West Fans of Virginia O'Brien will know that no specialty number ever fit her better, as willful Alma, to whom blacksmith Chris (Ray Bolger) has just confessed his fear of horses, George Sidney directing, tune by Harry Warren and Johnny Mercer, in MGM's The Harvey Girls, 1946.
Harvey Girls, The (1946) - There's A Lady Singing Proof there are good scenes not featuring Judy Garland, the judge (Preston Foster) enters the Alhambra where Em (Angela Lansbury) offers a Harry Warren-Johnny Mercer tune, and his partner Trent (John Hodiak) opines that the reputable new restaurant is no threat, in The Harvey Girls, 1946.
Harvey Girls, The (1946) - On The Atchison, Topeka And The Santa Fe Harvey Girls, The (1946) -- (Movie Clip) On The Atchison, Topeka And The Santa Fe
Harvey Girls, The (1946) - Stick 'Em Up An eternal favorite non-musical scene for Judy Garland enthusiasts, as virtuous Harvey waitress Susan, packing heat as she attacks the decadent Alhambra club to retrieve stolen beef, Angela Lansbury, Chill Wills and others standing back, George Sidney directing, in The Harvey Girls, 1946.
Gorgeous Hussy, The - Daughter Of An Innkeeper Hard to see this as anything but Joan Crawford (as Peggy) shopping among MGM leading men, with James Stewart (Rowdy), Robert Taylor ("Bow"), and Melvyn Douglas (Senator Randolph), early in The Gorgeous Hussy, 1936.

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