|A Majority of One 1961 N/R, 156 min.|
Director: Mervyn LeRoy
Cast: Rosalind Russell, Alec Guinness, Ray Danton, Madlyn Rhue, Mae Questel, Alan Mowbray, Frank Wilcox, Gary Vinson, Sharon Hugueny, Dale Ishimoto
Different backgrounds of Jewish Mrs. Jacoby (Rosalind Russell) and Japanese Koichi Asano (Alec Guinness) come together and the result is a humorous romance.
|Parrish 1961 N/R, 138 min.|
Director: Delmer Daves
Cast: Troy Donahue, Claudette Colbert, Karl Malden, Dean Jagger, Connie Stevens, Diane McBain, Sharon Hugueny, Dub Taylor, Hampton Fancher, Sylvia Miles, David Knapp, Saundra Edwards, Bibi Osterwald, Hayden Rorke, Madeleine Sherwood
In this soap opera of a story set in the Connecticut River Valley, Parrish McLean (Troy Donahue) lives with his mother, Ellen (Claudette Colbert), and enjoys the reputation of "Ladies' Man." But, when Ellen marries tobacco czar Judd Raike (Karl Malden), Judd determines to turn Parrish into a businessman and teach him the tobacco business from the ground up.
|The Young Lovers 1964 N/R, 110 min.|
Director: Samuel Goldwyn Jr.
Cast: Peter Fonda, Sharon Hugueny, Nick Adams, Deborah Walley, Beatrice Straight, Joseph Campanella, Kent Smith, Malachi Throne, Nancy Rennick, Jennifer Billingsley
Romance leads to pregnancy in this story about a college love affair involving art student Eddie and his girlfriend Pam. Once the pregnancy is known, problems ensue as Eddie faces the situation.
|1. A Majority of One (1961)|
2. Parrish (1961)
3. The Young Lovers (1964)
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