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Talk Of The Town, The (1942) -- (Movie Clip) Such Monumental Inefficiency Law professor Lightcap (Ronald Colman) expresses his displeasure with his reception then dismisses his new landlord Nora (Jean Arthur), whom he still doesn't know has escaped accused killer Dilg (Cary Grant) hidden upstairs, in George Stevens' The Talk Of The Town, 1942.
Talk of the Town, The (1942) -- (Movie Clip) That's The Gardener, Joseph Escaped convict Dilg (Cary Grant) reveals himself to vacationing Professor Lightcap (Ronald Colman) but is rescued by landlord Nora (Jean Arthur) who announces that he's only Joseph, the gardener, in George Stevens' The Talk of the Town, 1942.
Talk Of The Town, The (1942) -- (Movie Clip) You Dance Divinely Judge Lightcap (Ronald Colman) has shaved his beard so that beautician Regina (Glenda Farrell) will not recognize him as he tiptoes into investigating the whereabouts of her presumably dead boyfriend, in George Stevens' The Talk Of The Town, 1942, co-starring Jean Arthur and Cary Grant.
Talk Of The Town, The (1942) -- (Movie Clip) Opening: Dilg Accused Furious opening credits for George Stevens' The Talk Of The Town , 1942, followed by the introduction of Cary Grant in the unusually dark role of accused arsonist and murderer Leopold Dilg.
Talk Of The Town, The (1942) -- (Movie Clip) I Am Michael Lightcap Professor Lightcap (Ronald Colman) arrives early to take possession of the cottage owned by Nora Shelley (Jean Arthur), who has just hidden fugitive Leopold Dilg (Cary Grant) in her attic, director George Stevens not having made clear why she would do that, in The Talk Of The Town, 1942.
Talk Of The Town, The (1942) -- (Movie Clip) One Move And I'll Brain You! Director George Stevens has so far given no indication that jail escapee Leopold Dilg (Cary Grant), fleeing a manhunt, is not guilty of arson and murder, as he comes upon Miss Shelley (Jean Arthur), with whom he is clearly acquainted, still early in The Talk Of The Town, 1942.
Wild Party, The (1956) -- (Movie Clip) No Way Out Excellent beatnik banter from Honey (Kathryn Grant) who's less worried than Erica (Carol Ohmart) about being locked in a warehouse by her thug buddies in The Wild Party, 1956.
Wild Party, The (1956) -- (Movie Clip) Open, Kicks After credits, Nehemiah Persoff (who'll portray the pianist "Kicks") provides hip narration over genuine L-A night-life footage, from The Wild Party, 1956, starring Anthony Quinn and Carol Ohmart.
Wild Party, The (1956) -- (Movie Clip) Two Strangers Ex-football star "Big Tom" Kupfen (Anthony Quinn) squeezes victim-to-be Erica (Carol Ohmart) while Kicks (Nehemiah Persoff) jams with clarinet stalwart Buddy De Franco and band in The Wild Party, 1956.
Mara Maru (1952) -- (Movie Clip) Nice Big Emergency Director Gordon Douglas gets straight to business with action under the credits, introducing leading man Errol Flynn underwater, as Manila-based salvage expert Mason, Roberto Cabal and Henry Marco his local crew, in Mara Maru, 1952, with Ruth Roman and Raymond Burr.
Mara Maru (1952) -- (Movie Clip) I'd Like You On My Side Thick plotting as Errol Flynn is ex-PT boat captain and salvage expert Mason, whose partner was murdered while working with Manila-based fortune seeker Benedict (Raymond Burr), explaining his game with the widow (Ruth Roman) considering options, in Mara Maru, 1952.
Anna Lucasta (1958) -- (Movie Clip) Burn This Unlike every other stage or screen production of the title, this one has a mambo-dance number for sailor-turned-cabbie Danny (Sammy Davis Jr.), partying with ex-girlfriend Eartha Kitt (title character), who's had a change of heart just hours after getting married, in Anna Lucasta, 1958.