|Call Me Mister 1951 N/R, 95 min.|
Director: Lloyd Bacon
Cast: Betty Grable, Dan Dailey, Danny Thomas, Dale Robertson, Benay Venuta, Richard Boone, Jeffrey Hunter, Harry von Zell, Jerry Paris
In this film, which is based on the Broadway musical, Dan Dailey takes on the role of Shep Dooley, the American GI who goes AWOL in Japan to meet with his wife, Kay (Betty Grable), who is touring with a USO troupe.
|City of Bad Men 1953 N/R, 81 min.|
Director: Harmon Jones
Cast: Jeanne Crain, Dale Robertson, Richard Boone, Lloyd Bridges, Carl Betz, Carole Mathews, Whitfield Connor, Hugh Sanders, Rodolfo Acosta, Don Haggerty
During the 1890s, the Corbett-Fitzsimmons boxing match became a magnet for three outlaws whose plan was to make off with proceeds from the championship bout.
|The Farmer Takes a Wife 1953 N/R, 80 min.|
Genre: Musical / Comedy / Romance
Director: Henry Levin
Cast: Betty Grable, Dale Robertson, Thelma Ritter, John Carroll, Eddie Foy Jr., Charlotte Austin, Kathleen Crowley, Merry Anders, May Wynn, Gwen Verdon, Juanita Evers, Ruth Hall, Donald Kerr, Kermit Maynard, Gene Roth
This musical is a remake of the 1935 version. It is the story of Erie Canal worker Dan Harrow (Dale Robertson) who falls in love with Molly Larkins (Betty Grable), who is a cook on Jotham Klore's (John Caroll) canal boat, and becomes a farmer.
|Law of the Lawless 1964 N/R, 87 min.|
Director: William F. Claxton
Cast: Dale Robertson, Yvonne De Carlo, William Bendix, Bruce Cabot, Barton MacLane, John Agar, Richard Arlen, Bill Williams, Lon Chaney Jr., Jody McCrea
A former gunfighter reforms and becomes circuit Judge Clem Roger (Dale Robertson) and brings law and order to the old West in the 1880s.
|Lydia Bailey 1952 N/R, 89 min.|
Director: Jean Negulesco
Cast: Dale Robertson, Anne Francis, William Marshall, Luis Van Rooten, Robert Evans, Juanita Moore, Charles Korvin, Will Wright, Gladys Holland, Roy E. Glenn Sr.
An American lawyer, Albion Hamlin (Dale Robertson), visits Haiti during a native uprising against French dominion. His quest is to find heiress Lydia Bailey (Anne Francis) and remove her from harm's way.
|O. Henry's Full House 1952 N/R, 116 min.|
Director: Henry Hathaway, Howard Hawks, Henry King, Henry Koster, Jean Negulesco
Cast: Charles Laughton, Marilyn Monroe, David Wayne, Dale Robertson, Richard Widmark, Anne Baxter, Jean Peters, Fred Allen, Oscar Levant, Jeanne Crain
John Steinbeck narrated this film consisting of five of O. Henry's classic short stories: "The Clarion Call," "The Ransom of Red Chief," "The Gift of the Magi," The Cop and the Anthem," and "The Last Leaf."
|Sitting Bull 1954 N/R, 105 min.|
Director: Sidney Salkow
Cast: Dale Robertson, Mary Murphy, J. Carrol Naish, Iron Eyes Cody, John Litel, William Hopper, Douglas Kennedy, William Tannen, Joel Fluellen, John Hamilton, Thomas Browne Henry, Al Wyatt, Ana Robinson Calles, Felix Gonzales, Bill Coontz
In this reasonably accurate account of the story surrounding the Battle of Little Big Horn, Major Parrish (Dale Robertson) fights for Indian rights, but General Custer presses on into battle. In the aftermath, the Major is tried for treason and sentenced to death. Sitting Bull (J. Carrol Naish), Chief of the Sioux Indians, appeals to President Grant to pardon Major Parrish. The President, knowing the Major from the Civil War, grants the pardon.
|Take Care of My Little Girl 1951 N/R, 93 min.|
Director: Jean Negulesco
Cast: Jeanne Crain, Dale Robertson, Mitzi Gaynor, Jean Peters, Jeffrey Hunter, George Nader, Helen Westcott, Gail Davis, Betty Lynn, Natalie Schafer
Mid-century campus life is depicted in this love story about sorority girl Liz Erickson (Jeanne Crain) and her romance with Joe Blake (Dale Robertson). Get out your handkerchiefs!
|1. Call Me Mister (1951)|
2. City of Bad Men (1953)
3. The Farmer Takes a Wife (1953)
4. Law of the Lawless (1964)
5. Lydia Bailey (1952)
6. O. Henry's Full House (1952)
7. Return of the Texan (1952)
8. Sitting Bull (1954)
9. Take Care of My Little Girl (1951)
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