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The Left Hand of God (1955), starring Humphrey Bogart, Gene Tierney, Lee J. Cobb, Agnes Moorehead, E.G. Marshall

The Left Hand of God

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The Left Hand of God (1955), starring Humphrey Bogart, Gene Tierney, Lee J. Cobb, Agnes Moorehead, E.G. Marshall

Synopsis of The Left Hand of God

In The Left Hand of God, at a Catholic mission in China, long-awaited “Father O’Shea” proves to be a tough guy, disturbingly attractive to mission nurse Anne.

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The Razor’s Edge

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The Razor’s Edge (1946), starring Herbert Marshall, Tyrone Power, Gene Tierney, John Payne, Clifton Webb, Anne Baxter

Why did survive? That’s the question that World War I veteran Tyrone Powers is trying to answer in The Razor’s Edge – putting all else aside

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The Ghost and Mrs. Muir

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The Ghost and Mrs. Muir (1947) starring Gene Tierney, Rex Harrison, George Sanders

The Ghost and Mrs. Muir is a strange, touching love story. A widow (Gene Tierney) develops a friendship with the ghost of a cantankerous sea captain (Rex Harrison). He haunts her seaside house – until a flesh-and-blood suitor turns up. But that man’s hiding a secret …

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Leave Her to Heaven

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Leave Her to Heaven (1945) starring Gene Tierney, Cornel Wilde, Jean Crain, Vincent Price

reviewed by The Masked Reviewer

 Richard Harland (Cornel Wilde) elopes with a charming young socialite Ellen Berent (Gene Tierney). Only to find her family surprised by his appearance more than the sudden marriage. All seems to be going well for the happy couple until Richard decides to invite his little brother Danny (Darryl Hickman) to Ellen’s special summer home. Danny’s visit changes into Danny moving in permanently. All Ellen wants is to live a quiet happy life with Richard. Richard doesn’t understand that so he also invites her mother, and cousin to live with them for the summer. Ellen can’t stand this invasion of privacy anymore. You must watch Leave Her to Heaven for yourself. Because it has one of the finest portrayals of madness in film. This is an excellent film.

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Black Widow (1954)

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Black Widow (1954) starring Van Helfin, Ginger Rogers


In Black Widow, an aspiring young writer is found dead …. In a Broadway producer’s apartment.  Is the Broadway producer helping her guilty?

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Laura (1944) starring Gene Tierney, Dana Andrews, Clifton Webb, Vincent Price

Laura is a different kind of murder mystery; it begins with the title character, Laura Hunt (played by Gene Tierney) having been murdered, and Detective Mark McPherson (Dana Andrews) investigating her death — and life.

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Advise and Consent

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In short, Advise and Consent is one of the best political intrigue movies that I’ve ever seen.   The basic plot involves a very ill President of the United States (Franchot Tone) who wants to nominate for Secretary of State a senator.  A man with a small secret in his past (played beautifully by Henry Fonda – a great performance).   The Senate Majority Leader (a wonderful performance by Walter Pidgeon) tries to line up the votes.  But he’s being undercut by a zealous young senator (Don Murray).  And, on the “other side of the aisle” by a Southern senator (played by Charles Laughton in his final performance), a man who views himself as a kingmaker, using the other senators and people like pawns on a chess board.

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