Stephen Morehouse Avery


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Woman in White, The (1948) - Indescribable Torture Drawing teacher Hartright (Gig Young) meets the fussy, widowed master of the house Frederick Fairlie (John Abbott), in an early scene from director Peter Godfrey's The Woman in White, 1948.
Woman In White, The (1948) - Waiting For That Supreme Moment Sensible cousin Marian (Alexis Smith), returned to Fairlie House, is concerned at the behavior of her cousin Laura (Eleanor Parker) after her marriage to Percival (John Emery), who tangles with Count Fosco (Sydney Greenstreet), whose wife (Agnes Moorehead) seems even more weird, in The Woman In White, 1948.
Woman In White, The (1948) - This Romantic Adventure Arising after a mercifully calm first evening at the Fairlie Estate, tutor Hartright (Gig Young) meets Eleanor Parker, whom he assumes is the same woman he met in the woods on his arrival, but learns she is his pupil Laura, who is happy to tell cousin Marian (Alexis Smith) and Count Fosco (Sydney Greenstreet) of the mistake, in The Woman In White, 1948.
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.
Male Animal, The - Five Hundred Dollar Kiss Scenes introducing professor Tommy (Henry Fonda), wife Ellen (Olivia de Havilland), her sister Patricia (Joan Leslie), and her boyfriend, halfback Wally (Don DeFore), in The Male Animal, 1942, directed by Elliott Nugent from the play he wrote with James Thurber.
Male Animal, The - He Went To Soviet Russia! Faculty wife Ellen (Olivia de Havilland) and husband Tommy (Henry Fonda) are hosting a homecoming weekend event for her one-time boyfriend, football hero Joe (Jack Carson), who's glad to see trustee Keller (Eugene Pallette), early in The Male Animal, 1942.
Woman in White, The (1948) - I'm Afraid I'm Lost Immediately from the opening, traveling Hartright (Gig Young) encounters the spooky Ann (Eleanor Parker, in one of her two roles), pursued by Count Fosco (Sydney Greenstreet) and henchman (Matther Boulton) in The Woman in White, 1948.
Woman in White, The (1948) - Open, Wilkie Collins Particular emphasis on the original author, Wilkie Collins, in the opening to director Peter Godfrey's 1948 version of The Woman In White, starring Gig Young, Eleanor Parker and Sydney Greenstreet.

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