|The Girl Rush 1955 N/R, 84 min.|
Director: Robert Pirosh
Cast: Rosalind Russell, Fernando Lamas, Eddie Albert, Gloria DeHaven, Marion Lorne, James Gleason, Douglas Fowley, Jesse White, Larry Gates, George Chandler
Kim Halliday (Rosalind Russell) is a proper museum curator who inherits a Las Vegas casino and–with her Aunt Clara (Marion Lorne) in tow–heads West to run her new business venture.
|The Graduate 1967 R, 105 min.|
Genre: Drama / Comedy / Romance
Director: Mike Nichols
Cast: Dustin Hoffman, Anne Bancroft, Katharine Ross, Richard Dreyfuss, Murray Hamilton, William Daniels, Elizabeth Wilson, Norman Fell, Elisabeth Fraser, Alice Ghostley, Brian Avery, Walter Brooke, Buck Henry, Marion Lorne, Harry Holcombe
Up until graduation, Benjamin Braddock (Dustin Hoffman) has lived by his parents' values; now he is striving to discover what it is that he feels is important in life. Although he falls in love with Elaine (Katharine Ross) who is his own age, he ends up being seduced by her mother, Mrs. Robinson (Anne Bancroft). Now he must extricate himself from the situation with the mother in order to win Elaine's love. Mike Nichols won the Oscar for Best Director, and six nominations were received, including Best Picture, Actor (Hoffman), Actress (Bancroft), and Supporting Actress (Ross).
|Strangers on a Train 1951 N/R, 101 min.|
Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Cast: Farley Granger, Robert Walker, Ruth Roman, Patricia Hitchcock, Leo G. Carroll, Laura Elliot, Jonathan Hale, Howard St. John, Norma Varden, Robert Gist, Marion Lorne, John Brown, John Doucette, Dick Wessel
In this thriller, Bruno Antony (Robert Walker) is the psychopathic stranger on a train who has a conversation with Guy Haines (Farley Granger) about exchanging murders. Later, Guy learns that Bruno has carried out the murder of Guy's wife, and now Guy is expected to perform his part of the bargain. Tense all the way; an Alfred Hitchcock masterpiece.
|1. The Girl Rush (1955)|
2. The Graduate (1967)
3. Strangers on a Train (1951)
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