|Carmen Jones 1954 N/R, 105 min.|
Director: Otto Preminger
Cast: Harry Belafonte, Dorothy Dandridge, Pearl Bailey, Olga James, Diahann Carroll, Joe Adams, Brock Peters, Roy E. Glenn Sr., Nick Stewart, Sandy Lewis
Otto Preminger's terrific African American cast enhances this film version of Oscar Hammerstein's successful 1943 Broadway play. Dorothy Dandridge was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress for her portrayal of that ultimate femme fatale: Carmen Jones.
|I Love You, Alice B. Toklas 1968 R, 95 min.|
Director: Hy Averback
Cast: Peter Sellers, Jo Van Fleet, Leigh Taylor-Young, Joyce Van Patten, David Arkin, Herb Edelman, Grady Sutton, Sidney Clute, Roy E. Glenn Sr., Joe Dominguez
During his midlife crisis, a Jewish lawyer (Peter Sellers) becomes a hippie and drops out of society after eating some marijuana-laced treats. Sellers at his very best.
|Lydia Bailey 1952 N/R, 89 min.|
Director: Jean Negulesco
Cast: Dale Robertson, Anne Francis, William Marshall, Luis Van Rooten, Robert Evans, Juanita Moore, Charles Korvin, Will Wright, Gladys Holland, Roy E. Glenn Sr.
An American lawyer, Albion Hamlin (Dale Robertson), visits Haiti during a native uprising against French dominion. His quest is to find heiress Lydia Bailey (Anne Francis) and remove her from harm's way.
|1. Carmen Jones (1954)|
2. I Love You, Alice B. Toklas (1968)
3. Lydia Bailey (1952)
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