|Carrie 1952 N/R, 118 min.|
Genre: Drama / Romance
Director: William Wyler
Cast: Laurence Olivier, Jennifer Jones, Miriam Hopkins, Eddie Albert, Mary Murphy, Basil Ruysdael, Ray Teal, Barry Kelley, Don Beddoe, Royal Dano, Sara Berner, William Reynolds, Walter Baldwin, Harry Hayden, Charles Halton
Based on Theodore Dreiser's novel, "Sister Carrie," this is the story of Carrie Meeber's (Jennifer Jones) rise in social status with the help of cultured George Hurstwood (Laurence Olivier) who throws caution to the wind as he gives his money away to promote the welfare of Carrie.
|Rear Window 1954 N/R, 112 min.|
Genre: Drama / Thriller / Mystery / Romance
Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Cast: James Stewart, Grace Kelly, Raymond Burr, Judith Evelyn, Wendell Corey, Thelma Ritter, Ross Bagdasarian, Frank Cady, Kathryn Grant, Benny Bartlett, Georgine Darcy, Sara Berner, Jesslyn Fax, Anthony Warde, Irene Winston
A magazine photographer (James Stewart) bides his time while recuperating from a broken leg by watching neighbors through a telescope. All is harmless until he thinks he spots a murder. Four Academy Award nominations were received, including Best Director.
|Road to Morocco 1942 N/R, 83 min.|
Genre: Family / Comedy / Adventure / Romance
Director: David Butler
Cast: Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, Dorothy Lamour, Dona Drake, Anthony Quinn, Vladimir Sokoloff, Monte Blue, Yvonne De Carlo, Mikhail Rasumny, George Givot, Sara Berner, Leon Belasco, Brooke Evans, Louise La Planche, Nestor Paiva
Con artists Jeff Peters and Orville "Turkey" Jackson (Bing Crosby and Bob Hope) sojourn across the desert in Africa where Turkey is sold as a slave to Princess Shalmar (Dorothy Lamour). Princess Shalmar wants to marry Turkey because her astrologers have told her that her first husband will be killed, and she is engaged to Sheik Mullay Kassim (Anthony Quinn) who she plans to marry after Turkey's demise. Jeff wants to help but must deal with Kassim, and more than a few problems ensue in this adventurous comedy.
|1. Carrie (1952)|
2. Rear Window (1954)
3. Road to Morocco (1942)
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