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The Fountainhead (1949) starring Gary Cooper, Patricia Neal, Raymond Massey, Kent Smith

The Fountainhead [Gary Cooper, Patricia Neal, Raymond Massey]

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The Fountainhead (1949) starring Gary Cooper, Patricia Neal, Raymond Massey, Kent Smith, Robert Douglas

In The Fountainhead, Academy Award winners Gary Cooper and Patricia Neal star in this adaptation of Ayn Rand’s groundbreaking novel. It’s about an architect who refuses to compromise or accept the status quo. And he’ll sacrifice anything to preserve the integrity of his work.

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Babes in Arms

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Babes in Arms (1939) starring Mickey Rooney, Judy Garland, directed by Busby Berkeley

In Babes in Arms, Mickey Moran, son of an old vaudeville-team puts on his own show to avoid being sent with other vaudevillians’ children to a work farm, but that isn’t that easy.

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High Barbaree [Van Johnson, June Allyson]

High Barbaree (1947) starring Van Johnson, June Allyson, Thomas Mitchell, Marilyn Maxwell


At it’s heart, High Barbaree is the story of a young man who gives up on his dreams, regrets it, and tries to turn around. As two World War II airmen are shot down, afloat in the ocean, one of them (Van Johnson) tells the other his story. The story of High Barbaree.

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Werewolf of London

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Werewolf of London (1935), starring Henry Hull, Warner Oland,  Valerie Hobson

In Universal Picture’s first werewolf film, the 1935 Werewolf of London, there are several themes woven together. One is simply that of a scientist seeking to expand knowledge — Dr. Wilfrid Glendon (Henry Hull), who’s traveling in Tibet, looking for a legendary flower. In his quest, he enters a “forbidden valley” where he’s attacked by a wolf-like creature; but he manages to return alive with the flower regardless.

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Master of the World

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Master of the World, starring Vincent Price, Charles Bronson, Henry Hull, Mary Webster, David Frankham

Synopsis of Master of the World

 In Master of the World, four individuals use a lighter-than-air craft to investigate strange activity from a mountain. They fear a volcano. Instead, they find Robar, master of the Albatross, a massive heavier-than-air craft. He takes them aboard as he tries to end all warfare – by force.

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Miracles for Sale

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Miracles for Sale (1932) starring Robert Young, Florence Rice, Henry Hull, Gloria Holden Robert Young is probably best remembered for his eponymous television role as… Read More »Miracles for Sale

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