Smart Woman (1931) - (Movie Clip) He's In Philadelphia
Happily married Nancy (Mary Astor) arriving in New York with her platonic shipboard friend Sir Guy (John Halliday), met not by her husband but by friend Bill (Edward Everett Horton) who, with wife Sally (Ruth Weston) has bad news to deliver, early in Gregory La Cava's Smart Woman, 1931.
Philadelphia - (Original Trailer)
A lawyer sues his firm for firing him because he has AIDS in Philadelphia (1993), featuring Tom Hanks' Oscar-winning performance.
Philadelphia (1993) -- (Movie Clip) They Panicked
Attorney Joe Miller (Denzel Washington) delivers his opening argument to the jury for his AIDS patient client Andrew Beckett (Tom Hanks), in his lawsuit against his employers in Jonathan Demme's Philadelphia, 1993.
Philadelphia (1993) -- (Movie Clip) I Have A Case
Attorney Joe Miller (Denzel Washington) isn't convinced that AIDS patient Andrew Beckett (Tom Hanks), also a lawyer and occasional rival, has a case against his former employers, in Jonathan Demme's Philadelphia, 1993.
Philadelphia (1993) -- (Movie Clip) Charles Wants To See You
Working late at the law office, Andy (Tom Hanks) summoned by colleague Bob (Ron Vawter) to see Wheeler (Jason Robards), head of the firm, Robert Ridgely and Charles Glenn as partners Walter and Kenneth, and being assigned a career-making case, early in Jonathan Demmes Philadelphia, 1993.
Smart Woman (1931) -- (Movie Clip) One's Husband's Wife
Nancy (Mary Astor) dazzles fallen husband Don (Robert Ames) by welcoming his girlfriend and her mother (Noel Francis, Gladys Gale), pals Bill and Sally (Edward Everett Horton, Ruth Weston) playing along, when fortuitous flowers arrive from an admirer, in Gregory La Cava's Smart Woman, 1931.
Philadelphia (1993) -- (Movie Clip) The Very Fabric Of Our Society
The last of the credits and the opening from director and co-producer Jonathan Demme, introducing Tom Hanks in what would be the first of his consecutive Academy Award-winning roles, opposed by Denzel Washington as lawyer Joe Miller, Roberta Maxwell the judge, in Philadelphia, 1993.