|In This Our Life 1942 N/R, 95 min.|
Director: John Huston
Cast: Bette Davis, Olivia de Havilland, George Brent, Dennis Morgan, Charles Coburn, Billie Burke, Hattie McDaniel, William Forrest, Frank Craven, Lee Patrick, Mary Servoss, Ernest Anderson, Edward Fielding, William B. Davidson, John Hamilton
Two sisters, Stanley (Bette Davis) and Roy (Olivia de Havilland), are in love with the same man, Craig (George Brent). Although Roy and Craig are married, he decides to leave his wife for Stanley.
|Three for Bedroom C 1952 N/R, 74 min.|
Director: Milton Bren
Cast: Gloria Swanson, James Warren, Fred Clark, Hans Conried, Steve Brodie, Margaret Dumont, Ernest Anderson, Richard "Skeets" Gallagher, Janine Perreau
Due to a mix-up in reservations, three passengers on the Super Chief train find they are assigned to the same compartment.
|The Well 1951 N/R, 85 min.|
Director: Leo C. Popkin, Russell Rouse
Cast: Gwendolyn Laster, Richard Rober, Maidie Norman, Harry Morgan, Ernest Anderson, Dick Simmons, Lane Chandler, Pat Mitchell, Margaret Wells, Wheaton Chambers, Michael Ross, Russell Trent, George(2) Hamilton
This 1951 film boldly addresses the issue of racism when a Black five-year-old girl, Carolyn (Gwendolyn Laster), disappears, and a White man, Claude Packard (Harry Morgan), becomes the prime suspect. Hysteria fills the town–until Carolyn is found when it is discovered that she has fallen down a well. Now, Claude comes to her rescue, brings Carolyn to safety, and racial tensions are relieved. The film received Oscar nominations for Best Film Editing and Screenplay.
|1. In This Our Life (1942)|
2. Three for Bedroom C (1952)
3. The Well (1951)
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