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by loveclassicmovies created on Aug 9, 2013 (a list of 7 films )
1. Night and Day
Night and Day is a 1946 Technicolor Warner Bros. biographical film starring Cary Grant as American composer and songwriter Cole Porter. The movie was directed by Michael Curtiz and produced by Arthur Schwartz, with Jack L. Warner as executive producer. The screenplay was written by Charles Hoffman,... read more...
2. Rhapsody in Blue
Rhapsody in Blue is a 1945 fictionalized screen biography of the American composer and musician George Gershwin (September 26, 1898 - July 11, 1937). Starring Robert Alda as Gershwin, the film features a few of Gershwin's acquaintances (including Paul Whiteman, Al Jolson, and Oscar Levant) playing t... read more...
3. San Antonio
San Antonio is a 1945 western Technicolor film starring Errol Flynn and Alexis Smith. The movie was written by W. R. Burnett and Alan Le May, and directed by David Butler as well as uncredited Robert Florey and Raoul Walsh.The film was nominated for two Academy Awards; for Best Original Song and Bes... read more...
4. The Two Mrs. Carrolls
The Two Mrs. Carrolls is a 1947 film noir made by Warner Brothers. It was directed by Peter Godfrey and produced by Mark Hellinger, with Jack L. Warner as executive producer, from a screenplay by Thomas Job based on the play by Martin Vale. It starred Humphrey Bogart, Barbara Stanwyck and Alexis Smi... read more...
5. The Woman in White
The Woman in White is a 1948 film adaptation of Wilkie Collins' novel of the same name. It stars Alexis Smith, Eleanor Parker, Sydney Greenstreet, and Gig Young. A fey, mysterious woman pleads for help from a puzzled stranger. Read article at Wikipedia read more...
6. Any Number Can Play
Any Number Can Play is a 1949 drama film starring Clark Gable and Alexis Smith. It is based on the novel of the same name by Edward Harris Heth. An illegal casino comes between its owner and his wife and son. Read article at Wikipedia read more...
7. Conflict
Conflict (1945) is a black-and-white suspense film noir made by Warner Brothers. It was directed by Curtis Bernhardt, produced by William Jacobs with Jack L. Warner as executive producer from a screenplay by Arthur T. Horman and Dwight Taylor, based on the story The Pentacle by Alfred Neumann and Ro... read more...