Hollywood: The Great Stars (1963 TV Movie)
Close-up still of Shearer and Gable
Still close-up of Garbo and Gable
Still of Harlow/Gable close-up
Still close-up of Gable and Lombard
Close-up still of Gable and Young
Still shows Loy and Gable close-up
Clark Gable speaks at premier of movie.
Still of Gable with Lamarr
art portrait of Bogart in end titles
Still of Gable and Turner
sign seen near Tony Curtis and fans at premiere
Stills of Gable with Gardner and Kelly
Marilyn Monroe tells press members she's currently working of this movie.
Nikita Khruschev visits the set and meets the stars
Still of Gable and Loren
Elizabeth Taylor is shown holding the Oscar she received for her work in this movie
Debbie Reynoldson the set in a short clip - no dialogue
Mentioned as an example of Stanley Kramer's working relationship with Spencer Tracy
Food fight between Chaplin and Mack Swain
William S. Hart holding evildoers at bay in a bar
Zorro is sword fighting a military man and trips him.
Rudolph Valentino woos Agnes Ayers.
Close-up of Fairbanks
Marlene Dietrich singing in German language
Loretta Young is shown at a film premier as part of a film within a film.
Dietrich and Gary Cooper waving goodbye.
William Boyd arrests Clark Gable
James Cagney gets his first gun
Bette Davis talks to George Arliss
Bette Davis saying "I'd like to kiss you but I just washed my hair."
Joan Crawford as Sadie Thompson rebels against a religious zealot
Scene with Katharine Hepburn and Adolphe Menjou
Spencer Tracy tells Loretta Young her eyes are a "hunk of blue."
Cagney roughhousing with Mae Clarke
Davis ridicules John Eldridge
Bogart in interior scene
Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers do what they do best - dance
Piano lid falls on Cary Grant's hand.
Errol Flynn as Robin Hood sword fights Basil Rathbone as Sir Guy of Gisbourne
Charles Boyer charms Hedy Lamarr
John Garfield smoking and talking about his rotten life.
Cagney slaps a dirty faced angel
Bette Davis saying "I think I'll have a large order of prognosis negative."
Cagney kicking in pants
Bette Davis as Queen Elizabeth in a close-up
Cagney shooting Bogart
Bogart and George Raft in a scene together
Gary Cooper gets into a fistfight with a man who called him a 'snake and a liar'
"With all my heart I still love the man I killed"
Rita Hayworth and Fred Astaire tap dance
Bogart in a scene with Peter Lorre and Syndney Greenstreet
Bogart's scene: "Of all the gin joints in all the towns in all the world..."
Davis scene with Walter Abel.
Lauren Bacall kissing Bogart. He says "What'd you do that for?"
Ingrid Bergman as Sister Mary Benedict singing.
Joan Crawford tells John Garfield, playing a violinist, that "you play like a caliope."
Bogart kissing Lauren Bacall
Bogart in a scene with Tim Holt and Walter Huston
Bogart in a scene with Edward G. Robinson
cafeteria fight and confrontation with Mayo
Bogart pulling boat through swamp
Bette Davis as a washed-up Academy Award winning actress grabs her Oscar and invites it to drink with her.
Rita Hayworth singing and dancing to "The Heat is On"
Scene of motorcycle gang riding the road
Brando discusses his philosophy of life with Eva Marie Saint
Bogart as Captain Queeg manipulating metal balls in his hand
Katharine Hepburn remembering the first time she saw Rossano Brazzi
Spencer Tracy railing against censorship in court.
Clark Gable's character tells Marilyn Monroe's character that she's the saddest girl he ever met.
Bette Davis gets transformed in Apple Annie
Shot of Sue Lyon in bikini. No dialogue.
Pat Boone blows out a candle. No dialogue.
Close-up of Shirley MacLaine. No dialogue.
Close-up of Peter O'Toole. No dialogue.
Anthony Perkins slaps Sophia Loren. No dialogue.
Yvette Mimieux and James Darren on floor together. No dialogue.
Judy Garland belts out a tune on-stage
Shot of Hope Lange doing her nails. No dialogue.
Frank Sinatra in a short clip - no dialogue - on the set
Jack Lemmon as a gendarm eyeing prostitutes on street. No dialogue.
Geraldine Page and Dean Martin shown with no dialogue
Joan Crawford gives a judo self-defense demonstration
John Wayne, as McLintock, holds a man at gunpoint and then punches him into a pond