Lowell Gilmore

Lowell Gilmore


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Plymouth Adventure (1952) -- (Movie Clip) Or Die In Our Souls... The second ship now out of the picture, Captain Jones (Spencer Tracy) receives the determined Pilgrim spokesman (Leo Genn as Bradford, with Lowell Gilmore and Paul Cavanaugh) and offers new rules, especially regarding their previously incognito fugitive leader Brewster (Barry Jones), in MGM’s Plymouth Adventure, 1952.
Roadblock (1951) -- (Movie Clip) I Didn't See A Thing The crystalline, clever opening, from the screenplay credited to Steve Fisher and George Bricker from a story by Richard Landau and Daniel Mainwaring, Charles McGraw holds the gun, worrying Peter Brocco, with Louis-Jean Heydt, direction by Harold Daniels, in Roadblock, 1951.
Roadblock (1951) -- (Movie Clip) Does That Make Me Poison? After not-fully meeting in the Cincinnati airport, insurance investigator Joe (Charles McGraw), flying home, deduces that fetching fellow traveler Diane (Joan Dixon) has snagged a half-price fare to L-A by posing as his wife, early in Roadblock, 1951.
Roadblock (1951) -- (Movie Clip) So Swell Of You Some weeks after they met by chance and she semi-snubbed him, insurance detective Joe (Charles McGraw), following a series of fur heists, finds Diane (Joan Dixon), who has no visible means of support, on the arm of a notorious crime boss (Lowell Gilmore) at an L-A club, Martha Mears the singer, in Roadblock, 1951.
Johnny Angel (1946) -- (Movie Clip) Married To A Steamship Line Furthering his investigation into the killing of his fellow New Orleans ships’ captain father, Angel (George Raft) gets past a headwaiter (Jack Overman) to interrogate Lilah (Claire Trevor), fickle wife of his boss, and night club owner Jewell (Lowell Gilmore), in Johnny Angel, 1946.
Picture of Dorian Gray, The (1945) -- (Movie Clip) Look at Yourself Still from the opening scene, Lord Henry (George Sanders) dropping in on painter Basil (Lowell Gilmore) and his handsome model (Hurd Hatfield, title character), young Gladys (Carol Diane Keppler) inspiring a fateful wish and the first color insert, in The Picture Of Dorian Gray, 1945.
Secret Garden, The (1949) -- (Movie Clip) Who's Going To Take Care Of Me? Mopping up after a cholera epidemic in India, a British officer (Lowell Gilmore) finds himself informing young Mary (Margaret O'Brien) that she's an orphan, early in The Secret Garden, 1949.
Picture of Dorian Gray, The (1945) -- (Movie Clip) Moral Leprosy The big reveal (technically a "spoiler") in writer-director Albert Lewin's treatment of Oscar Wilde's famous story, Dorian (Hurd Hatfield) shows artist Basil (Lowell Gilmore) the degeneration of his painting, George Sanders narrating, in The Picture Of Dorian Gray, 1945.