Showing posts with label Anne Baxter. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Anne Baxter. Show all posts

January 14, 2015

The Blue Gardenia (1953) Scene

The Blue Gardenia

The Blue Gardenia is a 1953 black-and-white film noir directed by Fritz Lang and based on a story by Vera Caspary.

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In Los Angeles, on the day of her birthday, the telephone operator Norah Larkin decides to celebrate dining alone at home, with the picture of his beloved fiancé, a soldier overseas, and reading his last letter for her. In the letter he tells that he met a Japanese nurse and he wanted to get married with her. Norah, completely upset, accepts to blind date the Don Juan and photographer of calendar girls Harry Prebble. They go to the Blue Gardenia Club, and Norah drinks six strong cocktails Polynesian Pearl Divers and gets completely drunk. Harry takes her to his apartment and tries to force Norah to have sex, and she uses a poker to hit Harry on the head. On the next morning, she wakes-up in her apartment with her two roommates, but she can not remember what happened. When she reads the newspaper, she finds that Harry is dead and the police has her handkerchief, her high heels and her blue gardenia and is chasing the woman that killed the famous wolf Harry. When she reads in the ... Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

November 07, 2014

The Fighting Sullivans (1944) Trailer

The Fighting Sullivans

The Guts and Glory of the Fighting Navy!!

The Fighting Sullivans, originally released as The Sullivans, is a 1944 American biographical war film directed by Lloyd Bacon and written by Edward DohertyMary C. McCall Jr., and Jules Schermer

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The Fighting Sullivans portrays the true story of 5 brothers who fought and died together when their ship, the American cruiser U.S.S. Juneau, was sunk in the South Pacific during World War II. The wartime film is emotionally gripping depiction of the Sullivan boys of Waterloo, Iowa. Amid all the tales of personal tragedy in WW II, this one stands out. The five inseparable brothers enlisted together after Pearl Harbor and were all assigned to a battleship that ended up at Guadalcanal, where all five brothers died in action. A moving tribute to those who gave their lives in the last world war.


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