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Left Hand Of God, The (1955) -- (Movie Clip) His Immortal Soul We know only that Humphrey Bogart is packing a gun and dressed as a priest, as he arrives at a mission in China, 1947, greeted by the Sigman's (E.G. Marshall, Agnes Moorehead) and nurse "Scotty" (Gene Tierney), early in The Left Hand Of God, 1955, also starring Lee J. Cobb.
Left Hand Of God, The (1955) -- (Movie Clip) I Wasn't Born A Priest Humphrey Bogart, going by "Father O'Shea" though we suspect he may not be the real thing, being shown around the post-WWII Chinese mission by fellow American, nurse "Scotty" (Gene Tierney), early in Edward Dmytryk's The Left Hand Of God, 1955, from the novel by William Edmund Barrett.
Left Hand Of God, The (1955) -- (Movie Clip) To Abstain From Carnal Desires First service by new priest O’Shea (Humphrey Bogart), in post-WWII China, Gene Tierney as “Scotty” and Agnes Moorehead as Beryl among those noticing something odd about him, but impressed with his Chinese, then puzzled by his encounter with an interloper (Leon Lontok), in The Left Hand Of God, 1955.
Human Desire (1954) -- (Movie Clip) Open, Better Than Korea Director Fritz Lang’s opening is more than similar to the one Jean Renoir shot for his 1938 version of the same Emile Zola novel (La Bete Humaine), engineer Glenn Ford with partner Edgar Buchanan, in Human Desire, 1954, with Gloria Grahame and Broderick Crawford.
Human Desire (1954) -- (Movie Clip) Big Men Like Him First scene for Gloria Grahame as "Vicki," her husband Carl (Broderick Crawford) arriving home from the rail yard to tell her he's been fired, in Fritz Lang's Human Desire, 1954, from an an Emile Zola novel also filmed by Jean Renoir as La Bete Humaine.
Human Desire (1954) -- (Movie Clip) Do I Look Nervous? Vicki (Gloria Grahame) on the train, coerced by her husband (Broderick Crawford) to help conceal the murder he's just committed, by distracting off-duty engineer Jeff (Glenn Ford), in Fritz Lang's Human Desire, 1954.
Human Desire (1954) -- (Movie Clip) That's Railroadin' Director Fritz Lang with some exposition, engineer Jeff (Glenn Ford) just back from Korea, wrapping up a shift with buddy Alec (Edgar Buchanan) and the boss (Carl Lee), spotting old acquaintance Carl (Broderick Crawford), in Human Desire, 1954, from an Emile Zola novel.
Clash By Night -- (Movie Clip) Never Too Early Lecherous Earl (Robert Ryan) watches Joe (Keith Andes) and Peggy (Marilyn Monroe) on the beach, then pursues her in the cafe, in Fritz Lang's Clash By Night, 1951, from the Clifford Odets play.
Clash By Night -- (Movie Clip) Guard Your Castle Newly divorced and not holding his liquor, Earl (Robert Ryan) visits Jerry (Paul Douglas) and Mae (Barbara Stanwyck) at their steamy Monterey home, in Fritz Lang's Clash By Night, 1952, from Clifford Odets' play.
Clash By Night (1952) -- (Movie Clip) You Don't Like Women, Do You? Socially clumsy Monterey fisherman Jerry (Paul Douglas), a long-time admirer of Mae (Barbara Stanwyck) who’s back in town after ten years, has persuaded her to take in a movie, and is eager to introduce his cooler pal, projectionist Earl (Robert Ryan), with mixed results, in Fritz Lang’s Clash By Night, 1952.
Clash By Night (1952) -- (Movie Clip) Busy Making Honey Nasty Earl (Robert Ryan) leers at volatile couple Peggy (Marilyn Monroe) and Joe (Keith Andes) on the Monterey beach, drawing her interest, then impresses his pal Jerry (Paul Douglas) more than his date Mae (Barbara Stanwyck), in Clash By Night, 1952, from a Clifford Odets play.
Act Of Love (1953) -- (Movie Clip) I Would Learn To Speak Eskimo WWII vet Bob (Kirk Douglas) on the Riviera, makes a friend (Marthe Mercadier) then, through director Anatole Litvak's odd flashback, recalls Nina (Barbara Laage), Fernand (Fernand La Caux), Claude (Serge Reggiani), Adele (Gabrielle Dorziat) and Lise (Dany Robin), early in Act Of Love, 1953.