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Streetcar Named Desire, A (Warner 1951, Vivien Leigh, Marlon Brando)
Elia Kazan's intense adaptation of Tennessee Williams' tragedy still throbs with a bold sensuality. While Marlon Brando's raw Stanley KowalskiRead more.
Beau Geste (1939 Paramount, Gary Cooper, Ray Milland
Beau Geaste is an oft-remade adventure tale tells the story of three brothers who "confess" to stealing a rare gemRead more.
A Hard Day’s Night (1964, The Beatles)
Before directing this, the Beatles' first motion picture, U.S.-born "Brit" Richard Lester had been responsible for the little-known, teen-pop flickRead more.
Lady of Burlesque (1943, Barbara Stanwyck, Michael O’Shea)
For her delightful mystery novel, "The G-String Murders", Gypsy Rose Lee used her burlesque background to fashion a mystery taleRead more.
Metropolitan (TCF 1935, Lawrence Tibbett, Virginia Bruce)
The first 20th Century-Fox film. A vehicle for operatic baritone Lawrence Tibbett, it drew good critical notices but small responseRead more.
Hot Rock, The (TCF 1972, Robert Redford, George Segal)
A bizarre and entertaining caper comedy, starring Robert Redford as the leader of an eclectic quartet of thieves trying toRead more.
Nothing But the Truth (Paramount 1941, Bob Hope, Paulette Goddard)
Bob Hope plays a mild-mannered stockbroker who has a problem with the truth–he never seems able to speak it. ARead more.
Ghost Breakers, The (Paramount 1940, Bob Hope, Paulette Goddard)
Bob Hope and Paulette Goddard seemed to bring out the best in each other in their comedy thrillers, and thisRead more.
Dark Passage (Warner 1947, Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall)
Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall headline a wild tale of an escapee from a San Quentin murder sentence who hasRead more.
My Darling Clementine (TCF 1946, Henry Fonda, Linda Darnell)
Henry Fonda plays Wyatt Earp in John Ford's celebrated telling of the gunfight at the OK Corral. Mature is aRead more.
Key Largo (Warner 1948, Humphrey Bogart, Edward G. Robinson)
A hurricane swells outside, but it's nothing compared to the storm within the hotel at Key Largo. There, sadistic mobsterRead more.