My Darling Clementine (1946)
Director Henry Hathaway. First movie filmed outdoors using three-strip Technicolor. Revenue agent Jack Hale (Fred) is sent to apprehend "moonshiners" in The Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia but falls in love with June Tolliver (Sylvia Sydney) the daughter of a moonshiner.
Director: William Wyler. Also starred Margaret Lindsay, Donald Crisp & Fay Bainter. Plot: A haughty headstrong Southern Belle in Antebellum Louisiana loses her fiance due to her stubborn vanity and pride and vows to get him back.
William Holden got the part
Director: Mark Rydell. Also starred Doug McKeon, Dabney Coleman & William Lanteau. Plot: The loons are back again on Golden Pond and so are Norman Thayer, a retired professor, and Ethel who have had a summer cottage there since early in their marriage. Won 3 Oscars
Director: William Dieterle. Also starred John Halliday, Vladimir Sokoloff & Robert Warwick. Plot: A simple peasant is forced to take up arms to defend his farm during the Spanish Civil War.
Director: John Ford. Also starred Eddie Collins, John Carradine & Dorris Bowdon. Plot: Before the Revolutionary War farmer Martin (Fonda) brings bride Magdelana (Colbert) the Mohawk Valley where they are burned out by Indians...
IMDB: 8.8/10. Director: Sidney Lumet. #10 in IMDb Top 250 movies. Nominated for 3 Oscars. Winner of Bafta - Best Foreign Actor: Henry Fonda . National Film Preservation Board Award.
Director: John Ford. Also starred Arleen Whelan, Eddie Collins & Pauline Moore. Plot: A fictionalized account of the early life of the American president as a young lawyer facing his greatest court case.
Directed by William A. Wellman
IMDB:8.8/10. Director: Sergio Leone. #19 in IMDb Top 250 movies.
IMDB rating 8.2/10. Director: John Ford. Won Oscars for Best Director & Actress in a Supporting Role & 4 nominations. National Film Preservation Board, USA 'National Film Registry Award' 1989.
"We've told them how to blow up our air-to-air missiles, and with them our planes."
1976 - Best Spoken Word Album
IMDB rating 8.3/10. Director: William A. Wellman. National Film Preservation Board, USA 'National Film Registry Award' 1998.