|Bend of the River 1952 N/R, 91 min.|
Director: Anthony Mann
Cast: James Stewart, Arthur Kennedy, Julie Adams, Rock Hudson, Lori Nelson, Jay C. Flippen, Stepin Fetchit, Harry Morgan, Frances Bavier, Howard Petrie, Chubby Johnson, Jack Lambert, Royal Dano, Frank Chase, Cliff Lyons
Glyn McLyntock (James Stewart) is a reformed outlaw working as the leader of a wagon train. He and the settlers are on the Oregon Trail when McLyntock runs into an old companion, Cole Garrett (Arthur Kennedy), who was part of his days when he worked outside of the law.
|Benji 1974 G, 86 min.|
Genre: Family / Adventure / Romance
Director: Joe Camp
Cast: Peter Breck, Patsy Garrett, Deborah Walley, Edgar Buchanan, Terry Carter, Christopher Connelly, Mark Slade, Cynthia Smith, Frances Bavier, Allen Fiuzat, Tom Lester, Herb Vigran, Larry Swartz, Erwin Hearne, J.D. Young
In his first movie, Benji, a stray pooch with a heart of gold, rescues a pair of neighborhood kids from child kidnappers. Along the way, Benji falls in love with pampered, female pup Tiffany. Cute movie for kids, and Benji is adorable.
|The Day the Earth Stood Still 1951 N/R, 92 min.|
Genre: Sci-Fi / Thriller / Drama
Director: Robert Wise
Cast: Michael Rennie, Patricia Neal, Hugh Marlowe, Sam Jaffe, Billy Gray, Frances Bavier, Frank Conroy, Fay Roope, Tyler McVey, Harlan Warde, Lock Martin, Marshall Bradford, Wheaton Chambers, Holly Bane, Lawrence Dobkin
Alien Klaatu (Michael Rennie) with his robot Gort (Lock Martin) make a trip to Earth to discover the nature of its people. If they don't like what they find, they, along with members of other alien planets, are prepared to destroy the Earth. When the Earthlings discover the aliens and their purpose, they become very intent on a plan to capture the two spy aliens. This film set the standard for sci-fi movies.
|It Started with a Kiss 1959 N/R, 104 min.|
Director: George Marshall
Cast: Glenn Ford, Debbie Reynolds, Eva Gabor, Gustavo Rojo, Fred Clark, Edgar Buchanan, Harry Morgan, Frances Bavier, Robert Warwick
When showgirl Maggie (Debbie Reynolds) marries Joe (Glen Ford), she thinks he has money, but it turns he is a U.S. Army sergeant. The fun continues as they "adapt" to married life in Spain.
|The Lady Says No 1952 N/R, 80 min.|
Director: Frank Ross
Cast: Joan Caulfield, David Niven, James Robertson Justice, Lenore Lonergan, Frances Bavier, Peggy Maley, Henry Jones, Jeff York, George Davis, Robert Williams, Mary Lawrence, Eddie Parker
When magazine photographer Bill Shelby (David Niven) arrives in town to work on a story about best-selling author Dorinda (Joan Caulfield), he is amazed that this beautiful woman wrote a book trashing men. Determined to change Dorinda's opinion on men, Bill pursues her, and complications are inevitable.
|Man in the Attic 1954 N/R, 81 min.|
Genre: Horror / Mystery / Thriller
Director: Hugo Fregonese
Cast: Jack Palance, Constance Smith, Byron Palmer, Frances Bavier, Rhys Williams, Sean McClory, Leslie Bradley, Harry Cording, Isabel Jewell, Lester Matthews, Tita Phillips, Lisa Daniels, Lilian Bond, Stuart Holmes, Ben Wright
In this tale of horror, Jack Palance takes on the role of Slade who just might be psychotic killer Jack the Ripper who kills showgirls in London during the 19th century. Slade rents a flat from Helen and William Harley (Frances Bavier and Rhys Williams) and falls in love with their daughter Lily (Constance Smith), but she ignores his advances. Now, Helen begins to suspect that Slade is Jack the Ripper and gives information to Scotland Yard Inspector Paul Warner (Byron Palmer) who attempts to uncover the facts about who Jack the Ripper really is. This is the second remake of Alfred Hitchcock's 1926 film, "The Lodger."
|The Stooge 1952 N/R, 100 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama / Musical
Director: Norman Taurog
Cast: Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis, Polly Bergen, Marion Marshall, Eddie Mayehoff, Frances Bavier, Richard Erdman, Oliver Blake, Don Haggerty, Donald MacBride, Danny Davenport, Charles Evans, Percy Helton, Freeman Lusk, Eddie Parks
Singer Bill Miller (Dean Martin) has problems accepting the fact that his success is largely based on the presence of his comic sidekick Theodore "Ted" Rogers (Jerry Lewis) who sits in the audience and cracks jokes while Bill sings on stage. When Bill finally dumps Ted from the act, complications ensue, and Bill learns that without Ted he cannot maintain his stardom. Now, Ted steps in, and Bill regains his popularity with Ted back in the audience cracking his jokes.
|1. Bend of the River (1952)|
2. Benji (1974)
3. The Day the Earth Stood Still (1951)
4. It Started with a Kiss (1959)
5. The Lady Says No (1952)
6. Man in the Attic (1954)
7. The Stooge (1952)
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