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Red Danube, The (1949) -- (Movie Clip) At The Gondola In Ten MInutes Smooth MGM introduction of flashy supporting players, Melville Cooper, Angela Lansbury and Peter Lawford, as British military staffers in post WWII Rome, opening the big budget political-romance The Red Danube, 1949, starring Janet Leigh, Walter Pidgeon and Ethel Barrymore.
Red Danube, The (1949) -- (Movie Clip) We Have Our Lord Just arrived in Vienna where they’ll be sorting Russian refugees, Brits Nicobar (Walter Pidgeon), McPhinister (Peter Lawford) and Quail (Angela Lansbury) meet their hostess, the Mother Superior (Ethel Barrymore), and top-billed Janet Leigh makes her first appearance, in The Red Danube, 1949.
Wife Takes A Flyer, The (1942) -- (Movie Clip) Alien Legs Allyn Joslyn plays a comical Nazi in occupied Holland, whose girl-hunting brings him to the Woverman household, where he meets the butler (Erskine Sanford), and mother (Georgia Caine), and we meet leading man Franchot Tone, a downed British flyer, and finally leading lady Joan Bennett, early in MGM’s The Wife Takes A Flyer, 1942.
Wife Takes A Flyer, The (1942) -- (Movie Clip) I Feel Like Gargantua The Nazi major (Allyn Joslyn) is taking over a Dutch household because he digs the soon-to-be-divorced daughter (Joan Bennett), while the butler (Erskine Sanford) is helping a fugitive Brit (Franchot Tone), who’s forced to improvise, Georgia Caine the clever mom, early in the MGM war-comedy The Wife Takes A Flyer, 1942.
Her Sister's Secret (1946) -- (Movie Clip) My Past Is An Open Bottle After apparently genuine New Orleans Mardi Gras footage, director Edgar G. Ulmer taking full advantage of an elaborate set, introducing Pepe (Felix Bressart), his lead Toni (Nancy Coleman), her escort (George Meeker) and an admiring soldier (Philip Reed), in Her Sister's Secret, 1946.
Her Sister's Secret (1946) -- (Movie Clip) It's Once And For All Hefty melodrama, at a ranch retreat where unmarried Toni (Nancy Coleman) has given birth, married elder sister Renee (Margaret Lindsay) tells her she’s willing to call off their plan to pass the baby off as hers, Edgar G. Ulmer directing, in Her Sister’s Secret, 1946.
Red Danube, The (1949) -- (Movie Clip) Marshal Stalin Wants Her All the key MGM players, Louis Calhern the Soviet officer hunting ballerina Olga (a.k.a Maria, Janet Leigh), her identity not previously known to Brit Col. Nicobar (Walter Pidgeon), Peter Lawford his smitten aide, Ethel Barrymore the abbess hiding her in a Vienna convent, in The Red Danube, 1949.
Robe, The (1953) -- (Movie Clip) We The Nobles Of Rome Arresting narration from Richard Burton in his star-making role as fictional Roman tribune Gallio, tangling with a spurned (uncredited) girlfriend then meeting Christian slave Demetrius (Victor Mature), in Hollywood's first wide-screen feature, from 20th Century Fox, The Robe, 1953.
Robe, The (1953) -- (Movie Clip) He Was Made Ill At the Isle of Capri, Diana (Jean Simmons) ward to Roman emperor Tiberius (Ernest Thesiger), lobbies for tribune Gallio (Richard Burton), to whom she is secretly devoted, and who has returned traumatized from overseeing the execution of a Jewish carpenter in Palestine, in The Robe, 1953.
Her Sister's Secret (1946) -- (Movie Clip) The Best Way To Forget Some craft from director Edgar G. Ulmer, as Toni (Nancy Coleman) has hurried to New York to visit married older sister Renee (Margaret Lindsay), and reveals that she is, as we suspected, pregnant by her soldier boyfriend, whom she thinks abandoned her, in Her Sister's Secret, 1946.