Tammy and the Doctor Sandra Dee 1963



Southern sweetheart Tammy Tyree (Sandra Dee) takes her search for love to Los Angeles. A matronly friend of hers requires heart surgery, and so naturally Tammy goes along as moral support. To cover her expenses, the effervescent girl takes a job at the local hospital as a nurse's assistant. Before long, she becomes smitten with hunky physician Dr. Mark Cheswick (Peter Fonda). At the same time, she does her best to galvanize the romantic lives of some of the hospital's residents.



By The Light Of The Silvery Moon Doris Day 1953



The trials and tribulations of the Winfield family in small town Indiana as Marjorie Winfield's boyfriend, William Sherman, returns from the Army after World War I. Bill and Marjorie's on-again, off-again relationship provide the backdrop for other family issues, primarily brought on by little brother Wesley's overactive imagination and tall tales.


The Prince Who Was a Thief Tony Curtis 1951



Handsome rogue Julna (Tony Curtis) lives the life of a skilled thief in the Middle East, thanks to his kind-hearted adopted father, Yussef (Everett Sloane). But Julna was born for a grander destiny as the next heir to the sultan's throne.


Down To Earth 1947 Rita Hayworth




Rita Hayworth and her Troop are enraged when they learn that Broadway hotshot Danny Miller (Larry Parks) is planning to spoof Greek mythology in his next play. Disguised as a mortal named Kitty Pendleton, Terpsichore decides to visit earth and use her powers to get a starring part in Miller's musical. Before long, she convinces him to shift his attention from parody to serious art -- but New York audiences aren't so pleased with the resulting show.



Tea For Two Doris Day 1950



Nanette (Doris Day) has dreams of Broadway, but lacks the funds to stage the musical her boyfriend, Larry (Billy De Wolfe), has written. After extracting a promise from him to make her the star of the show, Nanette turns to her wealthy uncle (S.Z. Sakall) for the money. He agrees to lend her the $25,000, but on one condition -- that for an entire day she must answer "No" to any and all questions. Though she readily agrees, Nanette soon realizes the bet is easier made than won.


Tammy Tell Me True Sandra Dee 1961



After her boyfriend leaves her to go to college, Tammy Tyree (Sandra Dee) sets off on her houseboat and docks near Seminola College, where she enrolls as a student herself. Soon, she's working for Mrs. Call (Beulah Bondi) to pay her tuition, and falling for handsome professor Tom Freeman (John Gavin). Tammy and Mrs. Call also become close friends, with Mrs. Call moving onto Tammy's houseboat and giving her gifts -- much to the dismay of Mrs. Call's jealous niece, Suzanne (Julia Meade).


Mirage Gregory Peck 1965



After a blackout in his office building, accountant David Stillwell (Gregory Peck) finds he can't remember the past two years of his life. Discovering that a rich humanitarian died after falling from the same building, and that there are shady gunmen out to get him, Stillwell must piece together the missing memories of his life. Enlisting the help of a rookie private eye (Walter Matthau) and a reluctant old flame (Diane Baker), Stillwell uncovers the mystery detail by unexpected detail.


Judgment At Nuremberg 1961 Burt Lancaster Marlene Dietrich



In 1947, four German judges who served on the bench during the Nazi regime face a military tribunal to answer charges of crimes against humanity. Chief Justice Haywood (Spencer Tracy) hears evidence and testimony not only from lead defendant Ernst Janning (Burt Lancaster) and his defense attorney Hans Rolfe (Maximilian Schell), but also from the widow of a Nazi general (Marlene Dietrich), an idealistic U.S. Army captain (William Shatner) and reluctant witness Irene Wallner (Judy Garland).



The Winning Team 1952 Doris Day



In 1908 Nebraska, young Grover Cleveland "Alex" Alexander (Ronald Reagan) saves to buy a farm for himself and his fiancée, Aimee (Doris Day), but also longs to realize his dream of playing baseball. His pitching skills win him a position on an Illinois team, but an injury almost ruins his chance. Once he recovers, he and Aimee wed, and he returns to baseball and begins an increasingly successful career -- until he's diagnosed with epilepsy, which he struggles to hide from the public and Aimee.


Kim Errol Flynn 1950



During the 1880s in India, a young orphan named Kim (Dean Stockwell) is employed by Mahbub Ali (Errol Flynn), an English spy who masquerades as a horse trader. Kim meets a Tibetan lama (Paul Lukas) and agrees to help him find a sacred river. When it is discovered that Kim has British ancestry in his blood, from his father, he is sent to school. Ali, however, is convinced that the boy has the makings of a great spy. Now educated and trained, Kim has a lot of responsibility thrust upon him.





Fall of the Roman Empire Sophia Loren 1964



Toward the end of his reign, Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius (Alec Guinness) intends to hand over his throne to the steadfast soldier Livius (Stephen Boyd). Before he can enact his intentions, a loyalist to Commodus (Christopher Plummer), the de facto heir, poisons Aurelius. Commodus becomes an ineffectual leader, corrupt and pompous -- and although Livius concedes to Commodus' rule, he cannot stand by when Commodus threatens to kill Aurelius' daughter, Lucilla (Sophia Loren).



Lost Horizon Jane Wyatt 1937



This fantastical drama follows a group of plane-crash survivors who have landed in the mythical Shangri-La, a valley hidden deep within the mountains of the Himalayas. Rescued by followers of the High Llama (Sam Jaffe), the outsiders grow to love the remote paradise, but British writer and diplomat Robert Conway (Ronald Colman), suspecting that the crash was no accident, begins to investigate, leading to a surprising revelation.


The Story of Three Loves Kirk Douglas 1953



Three passengers aboard an ocean liner reminisce about past loves. In "The Jealous Lover," an acclaimed ballet choreographer (James Mason) remembers his tragic relationship with a talented young ballerina (Moira Shearer). In "Mademoiselle," a young boy is magically transformed into a grown-up (Farley Granger) who then sparks a romance with his governess (Leslie Caron). In "Equilibrium," a trapeze artist (Kirk Douglas) asks a suicidal woman (Pier Angeli) to join his death-defying act.



The Nun's Story Audrey Hepburn 1959



Willful and outspoken Gabrielle van der Mal (Audrey Hepburn), the daughter of a prominent Belgian surgeon (Dean Jagger), leaves her upper-class existence to become a nun. As Sister Luke, she is eventually sent to the Belgian Congo, where she excels as a nurse working with a skilled doctor (Peter Finch). However, her willingness to continue as a nun is challenged when her father is killed by the Nazis, and she no longer feels that she can maintain the neutrality of her order.


Haunted Honeymoon Robert Montgomery 1940



After marrying, amateur detective Lord Peter Wimsey (Robert Montgomery) and mystery novelist Harriet Vane (Constance Cummings) agree to retire from their sleuthing interests. Along with their devoted butler, Bunter (Seymour Hicks), the couple sets off on a honeymoon to Harriet's old family cottage in Devon, which Peter has purchased for Harriet. The day after their arrival, a dead body is found at the cottage and, despite their best efforts, Peter and Harriet are drawn into the investigation.


Friendly Persuasion Gary Cooper 1956



The patriarch of a peace-loving Quaker family, Jess Birdwell (Gary Cooper), begins to question his pacifist values when the Civil War moves toward his close-knit Indiana community. Meanwhile, Jess's daughter, Mattie, is in love with a soldier, and her brother, Josh (Anthony Perkins), contemplates picking up arms to defend his home lest he be considered a coward. As Confederate forces draw nearer, the Birdwells must make some difficult, life-altering decisions.


Crisis Cary Grant 1950



Vacationing in a Latin American country, American brain surgeon Eugene Ferguson (Cary Grant) and his wife, Helen (Paula Raymond), get caught in a revolutionary uprising against dictator President Raoul Farrago (Jose Ferrer). Kidnapped by the military and ordered to operate on Farrago, who has a life-threatening brain tumor, Eugene hesitates, believing he might reason with Farrago to stop the imminent civil war. The situation is heightened when Helen becomes a pawn of the revolutionaries.


The Master of Ballantrae 1984



This rousing tale of adventure centers on Henry Durrie (Richard Thomas), a Scottish nobleman who is forced to flee his homeland and abandon the woman he loves after a failed attempt to overthrow the contested king. He takes to the seas only to fall in with a band of cutthroats. Now more pirate than nobleman, he returns home flush with riches to reclaim his betrothed bride and fight his duplicitous brother, James (Michael York), for his share of the family's inheritance.



On The Beach Gregory Peck 1959



After World War III, Australia is the only remaining haven for mankind. However, wind currents carrying lingering radiation all but condemn those on the continent to the same fate suffered by the rest of the world. When the survivors receive a strange signal from San Diego, Cmdr. Dwight Towers (Gregory Peck) must undertake a mission with Lt. Peter Holmes (Anthony Perkins) to see if there is hope for humanity -- leaving behind Moira (Ava Gardner) and Mary (Donna Anderson), the women they love.


Yellow Sky Gregory Peck 1948



Fugitive James "Stretch" Dawson (Gregory Peck) and his ring of bandits hide out in a town that has been deserted by its entire population, except for a young woman named Mike (Anne Baxter) and her grandfather. When Dude (Richard Widmark), the cruelest thug in the gang, learns from the two locals that there is gold nearby, he devises a scheme to knock off Mike and her grandpa, then gets his cohorts to go along with the plan. Stretch refuses, which leads to a violent power struggle.


The Midnight Story Tony Curtis 1957



After a priest is murdered, a traffic officer becomes obsessed with finding the killer. Eventually ordered off the case, he befriends the suspect's family, but becomes torn between old and new loyalties when he starts doubting the suspect's guilt.


The Secret Life of Walter Mitty Danny Kaye 1947



A mild-mannered pushover, Walter Mitty (Danny Kaye) longs to be free of his mundane existence, where has to contend with his pushy mother (Fay Bainter) and flighty fiancée (Ann Rutherford), among others. Indulging in elaborate daydreams, Walter finds himself on a real adventure when the lovely and enigmatic Rosalind van Hoorn (Virginia Mayo) ropes him into a situation involving valuable jewels, a little black book, and a sinister criminal named Dr. Hugo Hollingshead (Boris Karloff).


Distant Drums Gary Cooper 1951



During the 1840 Seminole Wars in Florida, Quincy Wyatt is an army captain who leads a small force to attack gun runners who are supplying the enemy. Successful in the mission, his force are now the target of the Seminoles, led by Chief Oscala, whose knowledge of the Everglades is superior to that of the retreating army force. Wyatt struggles to keep his men together and safe from natural perils as well as enemy attacks.


The Vikings Kirk Douglas Tony Curtis 1958



Viking Prince Einar (Kirk Douglas) doesn't know it, but his most fearsome enemy, the slave Eric (Tony Curtis), is actually his half brother. Their feud only intensifies when Einar kidnaps Princess Morgana (Janet Leigh), the intended bride of the brutal King Aella (Frank Thring). Einar intends to make the beautiful girl his own. Unfortunately for him, Morgana has eyes only for Eric -- leading to much bloodshed and the capture of their father, King Ragnar (Ernest Borgnine).


The Treasure of Lost Canyon William Powell 1952



In California, a boy and his adoptive father find an outlaw's hidden treasure but the news leaks out, sending unscrupulous characters after the gold. 



Dial M For Murder Ray Milland Grace Kelly 1954



Ex-tennis pro Tony Wendice (Ray Milland) wants to have his wealthy wife, Margot (Grace Kelly), murdered so he can get his hands on her inheritance. When he discovers her affair with Mark Halliday (Robert Cummings), he comes up with the perfect plan to kill her. He blackmails an old acquaintance into carrying out the murder, but the carefully-orchestrated set-up goes awry, and Margot stays alive. Now Wendice must frantically scheme to outwit the police and avoid having his plot detected.



My Favorite Brunette Bob Hope Dorthy Lamour 1947



Ronnie Jackson (Bob Hope) is a lowly baby photographer who secretly fantasizes about being a private detective. When a lovely baroness (Dorothy Lamour) actually mistakes him for one and asks him to help locate her missing husband, Baron Montay (Frank Puglia), Ronnie finds himself agreeing. Several days later he is on death row whiling away the hours until his execution by recounting to a group of reporters the bizarre tale of how he ended up there.


The Catered Affair Bette Davis 1956



When Jane (Debbie Reynolds) tells her parents that she is getting married to Ralph Halloran (Rod Taylor), her mother, Agnes (Bette Davis), starts planning an elaborate wedding, even though Jane does not wish it. Another complication is that Jane's father, Tom (Ernest Borgnine), is a cabdriver and cannot afford an expensive catered wedding. As Agnes starts inviting more guests and the arrangements become more complicated, it creates tension with both her daughter and her husband.


The Prince and the Pauper Errol Flynn 1937



A new addition to a poor London family, Tom Canty (Billy Mauch) enters the world on the same day as the child who's in line to be king. As boys, Tom and his royal counterpart bump into one another, and after realizing that they're virtual twins, they swap outfits and the boys end up trading homes. Tom soon draws the ire of a scheming royal aide (Claude Rains), but palace hanger-on Miles Hendon (Errol Flynn) comes to his defense, as both boys try to reclaim their identities.


Northern Pursuit Errol Flynn 1943



A Mountie's (Errol Flynn) fiancee (Julie Bishop) joins him as he leads a Nazi pilot (Helmut Dantine) and spies into a trap.


The Pajama Game Doris Day 1957



The boss of an Iowa pajama factory hires superintendent Sid Sorokin (John Raitt) to help oppose the workers' demand for a seven-and-a-half-cent raise. Sid's handsome, affable presence stirs the jealousy of foreman Vernon Hines, who is dating bookkeeper Gladys Hotchkiss (Carol Haney), and attracts worker "Babe" Williams (Doris Day), a strong advocate for the pay increase. Despite liking Babe, Sid resists the workers' sabotage attempt and must decide whether to fire activist Babe.



To Have and Have Not Humphrey Bogart 1944



In Vichy France, fishing boat captain Harry (Humphrey Bogart) avoids getting involved in politics, refusing to smuggle French Resistance fighters into Martinique. But when a Resistance client is shot before he can pay, Harry agrees to help hotel owner Gerard (Marcel Dalio) smuggle two fighters to the island. Harry is further swayed by Slim (Lauren Bacall), a wandering American girl, and when the police take his friend Eddie (Walter Brennan) hostage, he is forced to fight for the Resistance.


Sabrina Humphrey Bogart Audrey Hepburn 1954



Chauffeur's daughter Sabrina, (Audrey Hepburn), returns home from two years in Paris a beautiful young woman, and immediately catches the attention of David, (William Holden), the playboy son of her father's rich employers. David woos and wins Sabrina, who has always been in love with him, however their romance is threatened by David's serious older brother Linus, (Humphrey Bogart), who runs the family business and is relying on David to marry an heiress in order for a crucial merger to take place.


The Seven Year Itch Marilyn Monroe 1955



In the midst of a summer heat wave, New Yorker Richard Sherman (Tom Ewell) ships his wife, Helen (Evelyn Keyes), and their son off to Maine for vacation. Left alone to work back in Manhattan, Richard encounters a gorgeous blonde model (Marilyn Monroe) who has moved into the apartment upstairs, and becomes immediately infatuated. While pondering infidelity, Richard dreams of his beautiful new neighbor -- but will his fantasies about her become a reality?


The Unforgiven Burt Lancaster Audrey Hepburn 1960



The Zachary family live quietly on a cattle ranch in post-Civil War Texas. A stranger (Joseph Wiseman) appears and disturbs their bucolic existence by spreading a malicious rumor that their adopted daughter, Rachel (Audrey Hepburn), is a Kiowa Native American. Soon, the Zachary brothers (Audie Murphy, Burt Lancaster) and their mother (Lillian Gish) must defend themselves from both racist whites and vengeful Kiowa.


The Lady Wants Mink Eve Arden 1953



Jim Connors (Dennis O'Keefe), who works a low-level office job at a department store, saves enough to buy his wife, Nora (Ruth Hussey), a nice coat for her birthday. However, when neighbor Gladys (Eve Arden) shows up with a mink coat, it makes both of the Connors upset. Jim feels ashamed that he doesn't make more money, and his disfavor with his job soon gets him fired. Meanwhile, Nora procures a couple of minks and looks into breeding them for herself, to the annoyance of her neighbors.


Teacher's Pet Doris Day Clark Gable 1958



Newspaper editor Jim Gannon (Clark Gable) doesn't have much respect for college journalism programs, so he's irate when his boss sends him to speak at a night-school class. Despite clashing with instructor Erica Stone (Doris Day), Jim falls for the attractive teacher. He decides to join the class under an assumed identity, and the two begin a flirtatious relationship. 


Roman Holiday Gregory Peck 1953



Overwhelmed by her suffocating schedule, touring European princess Ann (Audrey Hepburn) takes off for a night while in Rome. When a sedative she took from her doctor kicks in, however, she falls asleep on a park bench and is found by an American reporter, Joe Bradley (Gregory Peck),who takes her back to his apartment for safety. At work the next morning, Joe finds out Ann's regal identity and bets his editor he can get exclusive interview with her, but romance soon gets in the way.


Citizen Kane Orson Welles 1941



When a reporter is assigned to decipher newspaper magnate Charles Foster Kane's (Orson Welles) dying words, his investigation gradually reveals the fascinating portrait of a complex man who rose from obscurity to staggering heights. Though Kane's friend and colleague Jedediah Leland (Joseph Cotten), and his mistress, Susan Alexander (Dorothy Comingore), shed fragments of light on Kane's life, the reporter fears he may never penetrate the mystery of the elusive man's final word, "Rosebud."



The Train Burt Lancaster 1964



With the Allies poised to retake Paris from the Germans, Col. Franz Von Waldheim (Paul Scofield) conspires to sneak out by train all of the art masterpieces looted by the German army. But museum curator Mademoiselle Villard (Suzanne Flon) alerts the French Resistance, and soon railway inspector Paul Labiche (Burt Lancaster) is pressed into service. He reroutes the train, and cleverly deceives Von Waldheim by renaming each train station along the way.


Night People Gregory Peck 1954



A U.S. soldier stationed in West Berlin after the end of World War II is kidnapped and held captive in East Berlin. Col. Steve Van Dyke (Gregory Peck) is leading the kidnapping investigation, which becomes more complex as he is forced to deal with deceit, conspiracies and double identities. As Van Dyke begins to discover the truth about the case, he finds himself in a perilous situation -- even his closest ally, his former lover Hoffy (Anita Björk), may not be who she says she is.


On Moonlight Bay Doris Day Gordon MacRae 1951



When tomboy Marjorie moves with her family to a new house in a small town in Indiana, she begins a romance with William. While she transforms from a tomboy to a young lady, her father is not so sure about William who has unconventional ideas.


Two Years Before the Mast Alan Ladd 1946



A cruel captain makes life miserable for his crew, including a shanghaied sailor (Alan Ladd) and a writer (Brian Donlevy).


Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter Jayne Mansfield 1957



Rock Hunter (Tony Randall) writes television commercials, and he's hatched a strategy for a new beauty product. Needing a famous face to deliver his message, Rock tries to recruit actress Rita Marlowe (Jayne Mansfield). At first she thinks it's beneath her, but she wants to make her actor lover (Mickey Hargitay) envious, so she agrees, as long as Rock pretends to be her boyfriend. Soon, Rock is running the ad company, but his ascension is greeted by all kinds of personal troubles.


Going My Way Bing Crosby 1944



Father Charles O'Malley (Bing Crosby) is an easy-going, golf-playing young priest whose entry into a tough neighborhood parish in midtown Manhattan is viewed with skepticism from all quarters, especially the aging Father Fitzgibbon (Barry Fitzgerald). While dealing with some unfinished business from his former life in the form of an old flame who now sings at the Metropolitan Opera (Rise Stevens), Father O'Malley inspires the youth of his parish by forming a boys choir.



The Savage Charlton Heston 1952



A wagon train moves across the plains, only to be attacked by lawless Native American raiders. While attempting to rid the plains of raiders, Sioux Chief Yellow Eagle (Ian MacDonald) and his warriors discover the scene of the massacre. They adopt the sole survivor, a young boy, and rename him "Warbonnet." Years later, the adult Warbonnet (Charlton Heston) is in a tough spot when a war erupts between the Sioux and the settlers, prompting the adopted pioneer to question his allegiances.


Lord Jim Peter O'Toole 1965



Young merchant seaman Jim (Peter O'Toole) signs onto a ship bound for Mecca. During a storm, the crew flees, and Jim goes with them, leaving the passengers to fend for themselves. A guilty Jim confesses to his dereliction of duty and becomes a drifter. A chance for redemption comes when he is offered a dangerous job: transporting gunpowder and rifles up the river to a village that is fending off bandits. Jim sets off to lead the fight, earning the villagers' gratitude.



Lucky Me Doris Day 1954



Musical comedy with Doris Day as a singer who takes her two-bit theatre troupe to Florida but without much luck. That all changes when a Broadway songwriter comes looking for the lead in his new show.


Big Jim McLain John Wayne 1952



Jim McLain (John Wayne) and his partner, Mal Baxter (James Arness), are investigators for the House Un-American Activities Committee, who are sent to Hawaii to find the leaders of a local Communist Party. They visit Dr. Gelster (Gayne Whitman), a psychiatrist who is treating one of the party members. While there, McLain charms the doctor's secretary, Nancy Vallon (Nancy Olson), and asks her out. As their hunt continues, McLain and Baxter become targets of Communist boss Sturak (Alan Napier).


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