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      • Postman Always Rings Twice, The (1946) -- (Movie Clip)...

        Hired man Frank (John Garfield) and Cora (Lana Turner) on foot, running away from the California roadhouse run by her husband Nick (Cecil Kellaway), their first attempt, in The Postman Always Rings Twice, 1946. watch now in the media room
      • Where The Sidewalk Ends -- (Movie Clip) He's A War...

        Cop Dixon (Dana Andrews) drops in on intoxicated Paine (Craig Stevens) whom he inadvertently kills, then gets a warning from partner Klein (Bert Freed), in Otto Preminger's Where The Sidewalk Ends, 1950. watch now in the media room
      • Easter Parade -- (Movie Clip) Drum Crazy

        Fred Astaire (as performer "Don Hewes"), an avid drummer himself, raps out the Irving Berlin specialty number Drum Crazy early in Arthur Freed's MGM production Easter Parade, 1948. watch now in the media room
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