|Cover-Up 1949 N/R, 82 min.|
Director: Alfred E. Green
Cast: William Bendix, Dennis O'Keefe, Barbara Britton, Art Baker, Helen Spring, Ann E. Todd, Doro Merande, Virginia Christine, Russell Arms, Dan White, Paul E. Burns, Ruth Lee
Insurance investigator Sam Donovan (Dennis O'Keefe) digs into the case of a supposed suicide but does not get anywhere–until he gets help from a local citizen, Anita (Barbara Britton), in solving what turns out to be not a suicide, but a murder.
|Something to Live For 1952 N/R, 89 min.|
Director: George Stevens
Cast: Joan Fontaine, Ray Milland, Teresa Wright, Richard Derr, Douglas Dick, Rudy Lee, Herbert Heyes, Harry Bellaver, Frank Orth, Paul Valentine, Helen Brown, Pat Mitchell, Paul Maxey, Jean Ruth, Helen Spring
Alan Miller (Ray Milland) is a member of Alcoholics Anonymous who falls in love with an alcoholic actress, Jenny Carey (Joan Fontaine). He helps her to successfully gain sobriety while remaining faithful to his wife Edna (Teresa Wright).
|To Please a Lady 1950 N/R, 90 min.|
Director: Clarence Brown
Cast: Clark Gable, Barbara Stanwyck, Adolphe Menjou, Will Geer, Roland Winters, William C. McGaw, Ted Husing, Emory Parnell, Lela Bliss, Frank Jenks, Helen Spring, Bill Hickman, Lew Smith, Joe Garson, William Newell
Barbara Stanwyck and Clark Gable shine as tough reporter Regina Forbes and equally tough race car driver Mike Brannan. After Mike is accused of causing a crash that claimed another driver's life, Regina tries to interview Mike. When Mike refuses to be interviewed by her, Regina uses her column to condemn him. Finally, they do meet and find action and romance amidst the exciting world of racing.
|1. Cover-Up (1949)|
2. Something to Live For (1952)
3. To Please a Lady (1950)
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