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Eddie Albert, Peter Falk, and a box full of souvenirs in Columbo

Dead Weight [Columbo]

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Dead WeightColumbo season 1, originally aired October 27, 1971, starring Peter Falk, Eddie Albert, Suzanne Pleshette

In Dead Weight, an unreliable witness, along with the absence of a body and murder weapon, complicate a case against an American war hero (guest star Eddie Albert).

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The Fuller Brush Girl (1950)

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The Fuller Brush Girl (1950) starring Lucille Ball, Eddie Albert

Synopsis of The Fuller Brush Girl

 Sally Elliot (played by Lucille Ball) has been engaged to her co-worker Humphrey Briggs (Eddie Albert) for three years; even though they have enough money saved up for a down payment on their dream house, but they don’t make enough for the monthly payments. Until Humphrey is promoted by his crooked supervisor, Mr. Simpson, who plans to make Humphrey the fall guy for a crooked scheme.  

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I’ll Cry Tomorrow

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I’ll Cry Tomorrow (1956), starring Susan Hayward, Eddie Albert, Richard Comte

Editorial review of I’ll Cry Tomorrow courtesy of

 Susan Hayward has a signature role in I’ll Cry Tomorrow, a pedal-to-the-metal look at the troubled times of singer Lillian Roth. Hayward snagged her fourth Oscar nomination for the part, which takes Roth from humble beginnings through great stardom and finally into a hell of alcoholism and recovery. The movie delivers on a couple of tendencies of its era (1956): a fresh frankness about addiction (The Man with the Golden Arm had come out the year before), plus some handy psychoanalyzing of the heroine–in this case, Roth’s problems are laid at the feet of her pushy stage mother (Jo Van Fleet).

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The Longest Day

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The Longest Day (1962), starring John Wayne, Henry Fonda, Sean Connery and Sir Richard Burton

 This monumental account of the allied invasion of Normandy on D-Day (June 6, 1944) is a classic among WWII films. Spectacular battle scenes; intense acting by John Wayne, Henry Fonda, Sean Connery and Sir Richard Burton, among others; and gut-wrenching pathos capture the horrors and heroics of a defining historical event. 1962; black and white, 3 hours.

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