Any Number Can Play (1949) - (Movie Clip) Always Coming To Bat With The Bases Loaded
Clark Gable as family-man casino owner Charlie, with former flame and customer Ada (Mary Astor), who interrupted him during a heart-trouble episode he's keeping secret, has already made clear he's not running away with her, but they discuss it anyway, in Any Number Can Play, 1949.
Any Number Can Play - (Original Trailer)
The owner of a gambling casino (Clark Gable) tries to win back his estranged wife and child in Any Number Can Play (1949).
Any Number Can Play (1949) -- (Movie Clip) What Are You Gonna Give Up Next?
Wendell Corey as dissolute card-dealer Robbie admits Clark Gable as Charlie, his employer, brother-in-law and casino owner, who arrives unexpectedly at home enthusing about fishing, for Audrey Totter as sister-in-law Alice, and Alexis Smith as Lon, lady of the house, in MGMs Any Number Can Play, 1949.
Any Number Can Play (1949) -- (Movie Clip) Out In The Rain With My Secret Lover
Joining the first scene in the household of leading man Clark Gable, who plays high-end underground casino owner Charlie, we meet Audrey Totter as Alice, the live-in sister of his wife Lon (Alexis Smith), and her husband, Wendell Corey as Robbin, who works for Charlie, with two goons (Richard Rober, William Conrad) appearing, in director Mervyn LeRoys Any Number Can Play, 1949.
Any Number Can Play (1949) -- (Movie Clip) A Fancy Latin Name For It
Weve just met leading man Clark Gable as Charlie, well-regarded family man and owner of a high-end underground casino, and Leon Ames has been snuck in to meet him in private, the nature of their business revealed, early in MGMs Any Number Can Play, 1949.
Any Number Can Play (1949) -- (Movie Clip) Washing Dollar Bills
Tight, polished opening from director Mervyn LeRoy and Richard Brooks screenplay, casino staffers Sleigh (Caleb Peterson), Pete (Mickey Knox) and Ed (Edgar Buchanan), joined by higher-up Tycoon (Barry Sullivan), wonder where their boss (whom well learn is Clark Gable) might be, in Any Number Can Play, 1949, from MGM and producer Arthur Freed.