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One of the most influential directors in the history of cinema, John Ford helmed more than 140 films and received countless awards for his extensive craftsmanship, including four Best Director Academy Awards for the The Quiet Man (1952), How Green Was My Valley (1941), The Grapes Of Wrath (1940) and The Informer (1935). Setting the standard for excellent filmmaking in every genre he touched, Ford remains an icon, a legend and an inspiration to anyone who's ever made a film... or watched one.
Up The River:
After they've served their prison sentences, Steve (Humphrey Bogart) and Judy (Claire Luce), get married and head to a small town where no one knows about their pasts. Soon, however, the crooked salesman who originally framed Judy finds them and threatens to reveal all if Steve refuses to join him in another crime. With a remarkable all-star cast and a prison-break plot unlike any other, this offering by John Ford is sheer entertainment from start to finish.
In this engaging adaptation of James Gould Cozzen's novel The Last Adam, film icon Will Rogers portrays Dr. George Bull, a compassionate, highly regarded small-town physician who often prescribes a healthy dose of common sense! But when Dr. Bull begins dating a widow (Vera Allen), the local gossips misconstrue the situation.
Judge Billy Priest's (Will Rogers) no-nonsense approach to the law sometimes irritates the locals in small-town Kentucky, and matters aren't helped when he accepts a case in which his nephew (Tom Brown) is the defense lawyer.
Steamboat Around The Bend:
Will Rogers teams with Oscar-winning director John Ford in this rollicking ride down the Mississippi River. When riverboat captain Doctor John Pearly (Rogers) learns that his nephew Duke has killed a man in self-defense, he must set off on a wild race to find the only witness and free Duke.
When Willie Comes Marching Home:
After basic training, a disappointed, highly patriotic soldier Bill Kluggs (Dan Dailey), is sent to an airbase back in his hometown, where he laments that he'll never fight overseas. That is until he's allowed to replace a bomber pilot who falls ill before a big mission. But after Kluggs bumbles one thing after another, his spirits sink lower than ever. Based on the actual memoirs of war hero Sy Gomberg, When Willie Comes Marching Home is a rare comedy from the legendary John Ford.
What Price Glory:
This remake of the 1926 silent film classic and play follows the adventures of a group of marines stationed in France during World War I. Two military men, Captain Flagg (James Cagney) and Sergeant Quirt (Dan Dailey), who are rivals to begin with, grow more at odds with each other when Quirt is made Flagg's top sergeant. And when a local beauty (Corrine Calvert) comes between them, their rivalry escalates even further.
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Upplagd i sortimentet: 28 februari, 2013