Mr. And Mrs. Smith (1941) - (Movie Clip) Rule Number Seven
David (Robert Montgomery) and Ann (Carole Lombard) Smith practice total honesty according to their "rule number seven" over breakfast in Alfred Hitchcock's Mr. And Mrs. Smith, 1941.
Mr. and Mrs. Smith - (Original Trailer)
A quarrelsome couple discovers their marriage isn't legal in Mr. and Mrs. Smith (1941), a romantic comedy directed by Alfred Hitchcock.
Mr. And Mrs. Smith (1941) -- (Movie Clip) They're Making Believe We're Stuck!
Determined to prove a point to her husband, Ann (Carole Lombard) insists that his friend (Gene Raymond) take her to the fair, where the parachute ride malfunctions, in Alfred Hitchcock's comedy Mr. And Mrs. Smith, 1941.
Mr. And Mrs. Smith (1941) -- (Movie Clip) Like A Squeezed Lemon!
Having each been pretending not to know that they're not legally married, Ann (Carole Lombard) and David (Robert Montgomery) Smith join the inevitable battle in the Alfred Hitchcock comedy Mr. And Mrs. Smith, 1941.
Mr. And Mrs. Smith (1941) -- (Movie Clip) Thought I'd Left?
Lawyer David Smith (Robert Montgomery) plays a trick on wife Ann (Carole Lombard), pretending to violate their agreement to never leave the bedroom with a quarrel unresolved, which has kept them sequestered for three days already, early in Alfred Hitchcock's Mr. And Mrs. Smith, 1941.
All Fall Down (1962) -- (Movie Clip) We Are Acting With Great Leniency
In fictional Key Bonita (really Key West, a hangout of the original author James Leo Herlihy), director John Frankenheimer brings young Clint (Brandon DeWilde), from Cleveland, to jailer Albert Paulsen, who holds his neer-do-well brother Berry-Berry (Warren Beatty, his first scene), in All Fall Down, 1962.