|All This, and Heaven Too 1940 N/R, 121 min.|
Genre: Drama / Romance
Director: Anatole Litvak
Cast: Bette Davis, Charles Boyer, Jeffrey Lynn, Barbara O'Neil, Virginia Weidler, Walter Hampden, Harry Davenport, Fritz Leiber, Ann E. Todd, Montagu Love, Helen Westley, Henry Daniell, George Coulouris, June Lockhart, Janet Beecher
After falling in love with governess Henriette Deluzy-Desportes (Bette Davis), the Duc de Praslin (Charles Boyer) murders his wife. More tragedy follows with the suicide of the Duc; but the governess still finds happiness in this classic tale set in Paris in the mid-1800s. Academy Award nominations included Best Picture and Supporting Actress (Barbara O'Neil).
|Butterfield 8 1960 N/R, 109 min.|
Director: Daniel Mann
Cast: Elizabeth Taylor, Laurence Harvey, Eddie Fisher, Dina Merrill, Mildred Dunnock, Betty Field, Susan Oliver, Jeffrey Lynn, Kay Medford, George Voskovec, Carmen Mathews, Sam Schwartz, Richard X. Slattery, Beau Tilden, Tom Ahearne
Elizabeth Taylor won the Best Actress Academy Award for her performance as high-priced New York fashion model and call girl Gloria Wandrous who begins an illicit affair with Weston Liggett (Laurence Harvey). The story is pure soap, but it is glitzy, and Elizabeth Taylor's acting is impressive.
|Captain China 1949 N/R, 97 min.|
Director: Lewis Foster
Cast: John Payne, Gail Russell, Jeffrey Lynn, Lon Chaney Jr., Edgar Bergen, Michael O'Shea, Ellen Corby, Robert Armstrong
An ex-sea captain, who was relieved of his command, gets the chance to vindicate himself when caught in a storm at sea.
|The Fighting 69th 1940 N/R, 89 min.|
Genre: Action / Adventure / Drama
Director: William Keighley
Cast: James Cagney, Pat O'Brien, George Brent, Jeffrey Lynn, Alan Hale, Frank McHugh, Dennis Morgan, Dick Foran, William Lundigan, Guinn "Big Boy" Williams, Henry O'Neill, John Litel, Sammy Cohen, Harvey Stephens, William Hopper
This film is based on facts from the 69th regiment's World War I records. Jerry Plunkett (James Cagney) is a smart-aleck recruit who buckles under fire and causes the death of some men in his company. Father Duffy (Pat O'Brien) helps in the rehabilitation. Great battle scenes.
|Four Daughters 1938 N/R, 90 min.|
Director: Michael Curtiz
Cast: Claude Rains, Rosemary Lane, Lola Lane, Priscilla Lane, Gale Page, John Garfield, Jeffrey Lynn, Frank McHugh, May Robson, Dick Foran
Musician Adam Lemp (Claude Rains) has four musical daughters–Emma (Gale Page), Ann (Priscilla Lane), Kay (Rosemary Lane), and Thea (Lola Lane). When the cynical composer Mickey (John Garfield) arrives on the scene, problems arise, but, by story's end, the musical Lemp family finds love and happiness in this popular film that spawned "Daughters Courageous," "Four Wives," and "Four Mothers." The movie was remade as "Young at Heart." Five Academy Award nominations including Picture, Director, and Supporting Actor.
|Four Mothers 1941 N/R, 85 min.|
Genre: Drama / romance
Director: William Keighley
Cast: Priscilla Lane, Rosemary Lane, Lola Lane, Gale Page, Claude Rains, Jeffrey Lynn, Eddie Albert, May Robson, Frank McHugh, Dick Foran, Vera Lewis
This sequel to "Four Daughters" and "Four Wives" continues the Lemp family saga as the four sisters–Ann (Priscilla Lane), Thea (Lola Lane), Kay (Rosemary Lane), and Emma (Gale Page)– are now married and anxious to start their own families. But, problems lie ahead for them as they face financial and emotional crises.
|Four Wives 1939 N/R, 110 min.|
Director: Michael Curtiz
Cast: Claude Rains, Jeffrey Lynn, John Garfield, Frank McHugh, Eddie Albert, May Robson, Dick Foran, Henry O'Neill, Priscilla Lane, Rosemary Lane, Lola Lane, Gale Page, Vera Lewis, John Qualen, Hobart Cavanaugh
This sequel to "Four Daughters" again features the Lemp sisters–Ann Priscilla Lane), Kay (Rosemary Lane), Thea (Lola Lane), and Emma (Gale Page)–who are now married and raising their own families.
|Home Town Story 1951 N/R, 68 min.|
Director: Arthur Pierson
Cast: Jeffrey Lynn, Donald Crisp, Marjorie Reynolds, Alan Hale Jr., Marilyn Monroe, Barbara Brown, Melinda Plowman, Glenn Tryon, Byron Foulger, Griff Barnett
After losing an election, defeated politician Blake Washburn (Jeffrey Lynn) is sure that his liberal stance offended businessmen, and he was ousted because of his anti-capitalist stand. To solve his problem, Washburn takes over his uncle's newspaper in order to deal with his opponents.
|It All Came True 1940 N/R, 95 min.|
Director: Lewis Seiler
Cast: Ann Sheridan, Jeffrey Lynn, Humphrey Bogart, Zasu Pitts, Una O'Connor, John Litel, Grant Mitchell, Felix Bressart, Charles Judels, Howard C. Hickman
When a mobster (Humphrey Bogart) hides out in a boarding house, he ends up helping the Taylor family who reside there. Interesting mix of musical/comedy/drama.
|A Letter to Three Wives 1949 N/R, 103 min.|
Genre: Drama / Mystery / Romance
Director: Joseph L. Mankiewicz
Cast: Jeanne Crain, Linda Darnell, Ann Sothern, Kirk Douglas, Paul Douglas, Barbara Lawrence, Jeffrey Lynn, Connie Gilchrist, Florence Bates, Hobart Cavanaugh, Celeste Holm, Mae Marsh, Thelma Ritter, Carl "Alfalfa" Switzer, Charles Tannen
Three women receive a letter from their close friend telling them she has run off with one of their husbands. Through flashbacks, the wives review their individual marriages. Joseph L. Mankiewicz won the Academy Award for Best Director, and a nomination was received for Best Picture.
|The Million Dollar Baby 1941 N/R, 102 min.|
Director: Curtis Bernhardt
Cast: Priscilla Lane, Jeffrey Lynn, Ronald Reagan, May Robson, Lee Patrick, Helen Westley, John Ridgely, Walter Catlett, Richard Carle, George Barbier, Fay Helm, Nan Wynn, John Qualen, Maris Wrixon, James Burke
Pamela McAllister (Priscilla Lane) is a member of the working class who lives in a boarding house in a room across the hall from her boyfriend Pete (Ronald Reagan). When Pamela suddenly finds herself a wealthy woman, problems develop in the romance department, and Pete, a proud musician, refuses to marry a wealthy woman. To solve the problem, Pamela donates her money to charity and gains a new perspective on life with Pete.
|My Love Came Back 1940 N/R, 81 min.|
Director: Curtis Bernhardt
Cast: Olivia de Havilland, Jeffrey Lynn, Eddie Albert, Jane Wyman, Charles Winninger, Spring Byington, Grant Mitchell, William T. Orr, Ann Gillis, S.Z. Sakall
A young violinist (Olivia de Havilland) wins a scholarship and doubt is cast on its credibility because of her relationship with her patron.
|The Roaring Twenties 1939 N/R, 104 min.|
Genre: Drama / Thriller
Director: Raoul Walsh
Cast: James Cagney, Priscilla Lane, Humphrey Bogart, Jeffrey Lynn, Gladys George, Frank McHugh, Paul Kelly, Elisabeth Risdon, Edward Keane, Joe Sawyer, Eddie Acuff, Joseph Crehan, George Meeker, John Hamilton, Robert Elliott
When Eddie Bartlett (James Cagney) returns to America as a veteran of World War I, he fails to find conventional employment. Instead, he forms a successful bootlegging business and is joined by wartime friend George Hally (Humphrey Bogart). Coming to their aid is another buddy, lawyer Lloyd Hart (Jeffrey Lynn). This is one of the better gangster films made in Hollywood.
|Tony Rome 1967 N/R, 110 min.|
Director: Gordon Douglas
Cast: Frank Sinatra, Jill St. John, Richard Conte, Gena Rowlands, Simon Oakland, Jeffrey Lynn, Lloyd Bochner, Robert J. Wilke, Sue Lyon, Joan Shawlee
Millionaire Rudolph Kosterman (Simon Oakland) hires private detective Tony Rome (Frank Sinatra) to uncover the facts behind his daughter's (Jill St. John) slide from respectability to being found drunk in a sleazy hotel room. Followed by "Lady in Cement."
|Underground 1941 N/R, 95 min.|
Director: Vincent Sherman
Cast: Jeffrey Lynn, Philip Dorn, Kaaren Verne, Mona Maris, Peter Whitney, Martin Kosleck, Erwin Kalser, Ilka Gruning, Frank Reicher, Egon Brecher, Ludwig Stossel, Roland Varno
During World War II, German brothers Kurt (Jeffrey Lynn) and Eric (Philip Dorn) embrace opposing doctrines. Kurt is a Nazi while Eric is a Socialist in this propaganda film that was released shortly before America's entry into the war.
|1. All This, and Heaven Too (1940)|
2. Butterfield 8 (1960)
3. Captain China (1949)
4. The Fighting 69th (1940)
5. Four Daughters (1938)
6. Four Mothers (1941)
7. Four Wives (1939)
8. Home Town Story (1951)
9. It All Came True (1940)
10. A Letter to Three Wives (1949)
11. The Million Dollar Baby (1941)
12. My Love Came Back (1940)
13. The Roaring Twenties (1939)
14. Tony Rome (1967)
15. Underground (1941)
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