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Northern Pursuit (1943) -- (Movie Clip) Of German Descent We know that von Keller (Helmut Dantine) has just survived an avalanche that killed all his fellow Nazi infiltrators, but this is the first scene for Canadian Mounties Steve (Errol Flynn) and Jim (John Ridgely), in director Raoul Walsh's Northern Pursuit, 1943.
Northern Pursuit (1943) -- (Movie Clip) You Think This Is Cold? End of the opening narration (by Lou Marcelle (as in Casablanca, 1942), impressive simulated submarine, emergence of Nazi spy von Keller (Helmut Dantine), and seemingly unrelated Canadian skullduggery between Wills (Gene Lockhart) and Dagor (Bernard Nedell), from Raoul Walsh's Northern Pursuit, 1943, starring Errol Flynn.
White Comanche (1968) -- (Movie Clip) Eat The Peyote! William Shatner as "Johnny Moon" informs William Shatner as evil twin "Notah" that he probably would be dead if he wasn't tripping in the low-budget Western White Comanche, 1968.
White Comanche (1968) -- (Movie Clip) He's The One! Having survived a bar fight, "half-breed" Johnny Moon (William Shatner) takes fire from the showgirl (Rosanna Yanni) recently raped by his Indian twin-brother, then is rescued by Sheriff Logan (Joseph Cotten) in the Italian-Spanish spaghetti Western White Comanche, 1968.
White Comanche (1968) -- (Movie Clip) Take Your Hands Off Me! William Shatner as "Notah," working during a break after the first season of Star Trek on NBC, is not only white but also the only shirtless Comanche raiding a stagecoach carrying Rosanna Yanni (as "Kelly") in the Spanish-made Italian-financed spaghetti Western White Comanche, 1968.
White Comanche (1968) -- (Movie Clip) I Know My Responsibilities Sheriff Logan (Joseph Cotten) meets Johnny Moon (William Shatner) then comes to the aid of Kelly (Rosanna Yanni) who's just been assaulted by Moon's evil twin (also Shatner) in the low-rent spaghetti Western White Comanche, 1968.
Mask Of Dimitrios, The (1944) -- (Movie Clip) Who Paid For The Bullet? Still at the opening party in Istanbul, Turkish cop Haki (Kurt Katch) button-holing vacationing novelist Leyden (Peter Lorre),) then offering him a glimpse at the intriguing title character (Zachary Scott, not seen), in The Mask Of Dimitrios, 1944, from an Eric Ambler novel.
Mask Of Dimitrios, The (1944) -- (Movie Clip) What Is Your Game? First part of a big showpiece for Peter Lorre and Sydney Greenstreet, as curious Dutch novelist Leyden and thus far ill-defined Peters, the second confronting the first in his Sofia hotel room, asking why he's interested in the title character, in The Mask Of Dimitrios, 1944.
Mask Of Dimitrios, The (1944) -- (Movie Clip) It Costs Money To Love With help from local Marukakis (Eduardo Cianelli), Dutch writer Leyden (Peter Lorre) has come to Sofia, meeting the cagey Irana (Faye Emerson), who reveals some of her experience with the title character (Zachary Scott), in The Mask Of Dimitrios, 1944, from an Eric Ambler novel.
Johnny Angel (1946) -- (Movie Clip) Memphis In June Angel (George Raft) and Paulette (Signe Hasso) have just reconciled in the murder-mystery plot, thus the occasion for his driver, the philosophical Celestial O'Brien (Hoagy Carmichael) to offer what was then a new song, his tune with lyrics by Paul Francis Webster, in Johnny Angel, 1946.Johnny Angel, 1946.
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.
Johnny Angel (1946) -- (Movie Clip) The Girls Here Don't Usually Refuse Looking for a gal connected to the killing of his father, also a New Orleans ships’ captain, Angel (George Raft) meets cabbie “Celestial,” (Hoagy Carmichael), skips one offer (from Chili Williams, best known as the pin-up Polka-Dot Girl) then grabs the unwilling Signe Hasso for a dance, in Johnny Angel, 1946.