|All My Sons 1948 N/R, 94 min.|
Director: Irving Reis
Cast: Edward G. Robinson, Burt Lancaster, Mady Christians, Louisa Horton, Howard Duff, Arlene Francis, Harry Morgan, Elisabeth Fraser, Frank Conroy, Lloyd Gough, Helen Brown, Jerry Hausner, Al Murphy, Richard LaMarr, Therese Lyon
This is the screen adaptation of Arthur Miller's powerful play about greed inherent in Capitalism. After their son dies in a World War II incident, the Keller family realizes that the father, Joe (Edward G. Robinson) is indirectly responsible because he knew that military equipment was faulty but sold it for the sole interest of profit.
|Flame of Barbary Coast 1945 N/R, 90 min.|
Genre: Western / Romance
Director: Joseph Kane
Cast: John Wayne, Ann Dvorak, Joseph Schildkraut, William Frawley, Virginia Grey, Butterfly McQueen, Paul Fix, Marc Lawrence, Russell Hicks, Jack Norton, Manart Kippen, Eve Lynne, Rex Lease, Hank Bell, Al Murphy
Montana rancher Duke Fergus (John Wayne) goes to San Francisco where falls in love with saloon singer Flaxen Tarry (Ann Dvorak) who helps him win at the gambling tables. When he loses his money to crooked gambler Tito (Joseph Schildkraut), Duke returns to Montana. After learning more about gambling, Duke returns to San Francisco and opens his own gambling saloon with Flaxen starring in the floor show. All goes well until the San Francisco earthquake destroys his saloon and Flaxen is injured. Now, Duke and Flaxen leave San Francisco and head off for a new life in Montana.
|1. All My Sons (1948)|
2. Flame of Barbary Coast (1945)
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