"Alexander's Ragtime Band", directed by	Henry King / highest grossing film in  1938

"Alexander's Ragtime Band", directed by Henry King / highest grossing film in 1938

The Last of the Mohicans is a 1936 American adventure film directed by George B. Seitz and starring Randolph Scott, Binnie Barnes, and Henry Wilcoxon.[1] Based on the novel The Last of the Mohicans by James Fenimore Cooper, the film is about two young daughters of a British Commander who set out from Albany to join their father at the fort during the French and Indian War.

The Last of the Mohicans is a 1936 American adventure film directed by George B. Seitz and starring Randolph Scott, Binnie Barnes, and Henry Wilcoxon.[1] Based on the novel The Last of the Mohicans by James Fenimore Cooper, the film is about two young daughters of a British Commander who set out from Albany to join their father at the fort during the French and Indian War.

Good Morning, Miss Dove (1955) | D: Henry Koster. Jennifer Jones, Robert Stack, Kipp Hamilton, Robert Douglas, Peggy Knudsen, Marshall Thompson, Chuck Connors, Biff Elliot, Jerry Paris, Mary Wickes, Richard Deacon. For several generations, small town spinster schoolteacher has touched and helped shape lives of her students. Now hospitalized, her past is revealed through flashbacks.

Good Morning, Miss Dove (1955) | D: Henry Koster. Jennifer Jones, Robert Stack, Kipp Hamilton, Robert Douglas, Peggy Knudsen, Marshall Thompson, Chuck Connors, Biff Elliot, Jerry Paris, Mary Wickes, Richard Deacon. For several generations, small town spinster schoolteacher has touched and helped shape lives of her students. Now hospitalized, her past is revealed through flashbacks.

Small Town Girl is a 1953 musical film directed by László Kardos and starring Jane Powell, Farley Granger, and Ann Miller. Busby Berkeley choreographed several dance numbers. Bobby Van performed the memorable "Street Dance", in which he hopped all around town. The film features song performances by Nat King Cole. The film was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Original Song, "My Flaming Heart", with music by Nicholas Brodszky and lyrics by Leo Robin.

Small Town Girl is a 1953 musical film directed by László Kardos and starring Jane Powell, Farley Granger, and Ann Miller. Busby Berkeley choreographed several dance numbers. Bobby Van performed the memorable "Street Dance", in which he hopped all around town. The film features song performances by Nat King Cole. The film was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Original Song, "My Flaming Heart", with music by Nicholas Brodszky and lyrics by Leo Robin.

Uptown New York (1932)Stars: Jack Oakie, Shirley Grey, Leon Ames, Lee Moran, Raymond Hatton ~  Director: Victor Schertzinger

Uptown New York (1932)Stars: Jack Oakie, Shirley Grey, Leon Ames, Lee Moran, Raymond Hatton ~ Director: Victor Schertzinger

Twin Husbands (1933)Stars: John Miljan, Shirley Grey, Monroe Owsley,  Hale Hamilton, Robert Elliott, Maurice Black ~ Director: Frank R. Strayer

Twin Husbands (1933)Stars: John Miljan, Shirley Grey, Monroe Owsley, Hale Hamilton, Robert Elliott, Maurice Black ~ Director: Frank R. Strayer

1939 Golden Boy Film Poster of Clifford Odets Play of the same name.     Sam Levene appeared in the role of Siggie, William Holden's brother-in-law, replacing John Garfield, who appeared in the original 1937 Broadway Broadway Production which also starred Lee J. Cobb.

Golden Boy (1939)

1939 Golden Boy Film Poster of Clifford Odets Play of the same name. Sam Levene appeared in the role of Siggie, William Holden's brother-in-law, replacing John Garfield, who appeared in the original 1937 Broadway Broadway Production which also starred Lee J. Cobb.

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