|The Little Foxes 1941 N/R, 115 min.|
Genre: Drama / Romance
Director: William Wyler
Cast: Bette Davis, Herbert Marshall, Teresa Wright, Richard Carlson, Dan Duryea, Charles Dingle, Lucien Littlefield, Patricia Collinge, Carl Benton Reid, Jessica Grayson, John Marriott, Russell Hicks, Virginia Brissac, Al Bridge, Kenny Washington
Regina Gibbons (Bette Davis) could aptly be described as "the wife from Hell." When her husband, Horace (Herbert Marshall), refuses to join in her evil scheme, she simply refuses to give him his heart medicine–he dies! The film received nine Academy Award nominations, including Best Picture, Actress, Supporting Actress (two nominations: Patricia Collinge and Teresa Wright), and Director. Based on Lillian Hellman's play.
|Shadow of a Doubt 1943 PG, 108 min.|
Genre: Drama / Mystery
Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Cast: Joseph Cotten, Teresa Wright, Macdonald Carey, Henry Travers, Hume Cronyn, Wallace Ford, Irving Bacon, Minerva Urecal, Clarence Muse, Patricia Collinge, Edna May Wonacott, Charles Bates, Janet Shaw, Isabel Randolph, Eily Malyon
This is one of Alfred Hitchcock's best films–and, reportedly, his favorite. The Newton family has lived an uneventful existence UNTIL Uncle Charlie (Joseph Cotten) comes to visit. Teenage daughter "Charlie" (Teresa Wright), who was named after her uncle, begins to suspect that he is a psychotic killer wanted by the police. Now her life is in danger.
|Teresa 1951 N/R, 102 min.|
Director: Fred Zinnemann
Cast: Pier Angeli, John Ericson, Peggy Ann Garner, Richard Bishop, Ralph Meeker, Bill Mauldin, Rod Steiger, Lee Marvin, Ed Binns, Patricia Collinge
This is Rod Steiger's film debut and Lee Marvin's second film. It is the story of prejudice encountered by an Italian war bride (Pier Angeli) when she comes to the United States after World War II with her American GI husband (John Ericson).
|1. The Little Foxes (1941)|
2. Shadow of a Doubt (1943)
3. Teresa (1951)
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