|Come to the Stable 1949 N/R, 94 min.|
Director: Henry Koster
Cast: Loretta Young, Celeste Holm, Hugh Marlowe, Elsa Lanchester, Thomas Gomez, Dorothy Patrick, Basil Ruysdael, Dooley Wilson, Regis Toomey, Mike Mazurki, Jean Prescott, Edwin Max, Ian MacDonald, Gordon Gebert, Eula Guy
Two French nuns, Sister Margaret (Loretta Young) and Sister Scholastica (Celeste Holm) come to New England with dreams of building a children's hospital and enlist the aid of some rather unsavory characters to obtain their magnificent goal. Miss Amelia Potts (Elsa Lanchester) invites them to use he art studio, which happens to be a refurbished stable. Gambler Sam (Mike Mazurki) also helps by getting his friends to invest in the hospital, and, before all is said and done, the nuns hustle area residents to get the children's hospital in place. Seven Academy Award nominations were received.
|The Flame and the Arrow 1950 N/R, 89 min.|
Genre: Adventure / Action / Romance
Director: Jacques Tourneur
Cast: Burt Lancaster, Virginia Mayo, Robert Douglas, Aline MacMahon, Frank Allenby, Nick Cravat, Gordon Gebert, Norman Lloyd, Victor Kilian, Lynn Baggett, Francis Pierlot, Robin Hughes, Jack Mower, Yvonne Doughty, Philip Van Zandt
Dardo the Arrow (Burt Lancaster) leads a revolution against the warlord, Ulrich (Frank Allenby). In the process, he frees Lombardy from Ulrich's rule and falls in love with Ulrich's niece, Anne (Virginia Mayo).
|Holiday Affair 1949 N/R, 86 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama / Romance
Director: Don Hartman
Cast: Robert Mitchum, Janet Leigh, Wendell Corey, Griff Barnett, Harry Morgan, Gordon Gebert, Esther Dale, Henry O'Neill, Larry J. Blake, Helen Brown, Joey Ray, Frank Mills, Frances Morris, Charles Sullivan
War widow Connie Ennis (Janet Leigh) shops for a model train for her six-year-old son Timmy's (Gordon Gebert) Christmas present and buys one from salesman Steve Mason (Robert Mitchum). She brings the train home, and then decides to return it. Meanwhile, her boyfriend Carl Davis (Wendell Corey) asks her to marry him, but Connie tells him she is not ready to make that big step. When Carol returns the model train, problems ensue for Steve, and Connie feels guilty. She goes to lunch with him, but they get separated in the crowd. Steve tracks her down and meets Carl, and now both men compete for Connie's affections.
|The House on Telegraph Hill 1951 N/R, 93 min.|
Genre: Drama / Thriller
Director: Robert Wise
Cast: Richard Basehart, Valentina Cortese, William Lundigan, Fay Baker, Gordon Gebert, Kei Thin Chung, Steven Geray, Herbert Butterfield, John Burton, Katherine Meskill, Mario Siletti, Charles Wagenheim, David Clarke, Natasha Lytess
After surviving a Nazi concentration camp imprisonment during World War II, Victoria (Valentina Cortese) takes the identity of her friend, Karin (Natasha Lytess), who died in the camp. Victoria visits Karin's young son, Chris (Gordon Gebert), who lives in a mansion on Telegraph Hill in San Francisco, and she pretends to be his mother. Events take a turn when Chris' aunt/guardian is murdered to obtain the family fortune, and Victoria is scheduled to be the next victim. Once again, money does not buy happiness, and dangers lie ahead.
|Night Into Morning 1951 N/R, 85 min.|
Director: Fletcher Markle
Cast: Ray Milland, John Hodiak, Nancy Davis, Lewis Stone, Jean Hagen, Rosemary DeCamp, Dawn Addams, Jonathan Cott, Celia Lovsky, Gordon Gebert
Grieving after his wife Ann (Rosemary De Camp) and their child die in a fire, Phillip Ainley (Ray Milland) copes poorly via alcohol and becomes suicidal.
|1. Come to the Stable (1949)|
2. The Flame and the Arrow (1950)
3. Holiday Affair (1949)
4. The House on Telegraph Hill (1951)
5. Night Into Morning (1951)
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