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Bob Gordon is staging a new Broadway Show, but he is short of money. He gets an offer of money by the young widow Lilian, if she can dance in his new show. Bert Keeler, a paper man, gets ... See full summary »
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This remake of West of Zanzibar (1928) made four years later tries to outdo the Lon Chaney original in morbidity. From a wheelchair a handicapped white man rules an area of Africa as a ... See full summary »
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Anne Shirley plays Alice Fisher-the daughter of a small grocer who at the last minute gets to go to little Talbot College. She learns that joining a sorority is an essential thing at the ... See full summary »
Frank Gorshin and his girlfriend, Joyce Taylor, are on the run from the law when apprehended and arrested by the Sherriff, David Janssen. During the transport to jail Gorshin escapes and in... See full summary »
Although I have not seen the film in quite a while, I still remember the Rev. Peale's sermon on death and dying from it. Just as appropriate today as it was then, Rev.Peale spoke about parents of a dying child trying to comfort and prepare him for death. Likening it to awakening in a different place, they told him "Mommy and Daddy will see you in the morning" The memorable line was again replayed upon Dr.Peale's death in the movie, with his devoted wife telling their son that they indeed would "see him in the morning" A message of hope in a troubled world! Don Murray does an excellent job in portraying arguably the greatest prelate of our time, displaying not only his strengths but his faults as well.
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