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Jessie Royce Landis

Jessie Royce Landis


Birthdate: November 25, 1904

Deathdate: February 2, 1972

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jessie Royce Landis (November 25, 1904 – February 2, 1972) was an American actress. Description above from the Wikipedia article Jessie Royce Landis, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia. ...detailed bio

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Airport (1970)

This film was based on the novel by Arthur Hailey. With attention to the detail of day-to-day airport and airline operations, the plot concerns the response to a paralyzing snowstorm, environmental concerns over noise pollution, and an attempt to blow up an airliner. Demolition expert D.O. Guerre...
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Critic's Choice (1963)

Parker Ballantine is a theatrical critic, busily praising or disparaging the shows of Broadway. His wife Angela is feeling useless and restless, so she writes a play about her mother and sisters. Angela doesn't believe Parker should review her work, since he will look prejudiced if he does so fav...
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Boys' Night Out (1962)

The three married men, George (Tony Randall), Doug (Howard Duff), and Howie (Howard Morris), and divorcé Fred (James Garner), are friends who commute to work from Greenwich, Connecticut to New York City on the same train. Seeing Fred's philandering boss, Mr. Bingham (Larry Keating), with his mist...
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Bon Voyage! (1962)

The title song was written by Disney staff songwriters, Robert B. Sherman and Richard M. Sherman.
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Goodbye Again (1961)

Paula Tessier (Bergman) is a 40-year-old interior designer who for the past five years has been the mistress of Roger Demarest (Montand), a "philandering business executive" who refuses to stop seeing other women. When Paula meets Philip (Perkins), the 25-year-old son of one of her wealthy client...
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North by Northwest (1959)

Advertising executive Roger O. Thornhill (Cary Grant) is mistaken for "George Kaplan" and kidnapped by Valerian (Adam Williams) and Licht (Robert Ellenstein). The two take him to the Long Island estate of Lester Townsend. There he is interrogated by a man he assumes to be Townsend, but who is act...
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My Man Godfrey (1957)

My Man Godfrey is a 1957 comedy film starring June Allyson and David Niven. It is a remake of Gregory La Cava's 1936 screwball comedy of the same name. Allyson played the role created by Carole Lombard in the original version, and Niven took on the role made famous by William Powell. Niven had p...
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The Swan (1956)

The film deals with the story of the daughter of a minor branch of a European royal house who is being considered as a wife for her cousin, the heir to the throne. Princess Alexandra (Grace Kelly) is the princess, her cousin the crown prince, Albert, is played by Alec Guinness, and her brothers' ...
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The Girl He Left Behind (1956)

Andy Schaeffer is a spoiled mama's boy who usually gets his way. He breezes through college while girlfriend Susan Daniels studies hard while also working at a job to pay for her education. She isn't sure where their relationship is going. Where it's going for Andy is the Army, because his grade...
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To Catch a Thief (1955)

John Robie (Cary Grant) is a notorious but retired jewel thief or "cat burglar," nicknamed "The Cat," who now tends to his vineyards in the French Riviera. A series of robberies that closely resemble his style leads the police to believe that the Cat is up to his old tricks again. They come to ar...
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My Foolish Heart (1950)

My Foolish Heart (1949) is an American film which tells the story of a woman's reflections on the bad turns her life has taken. The film was directed by Mark Robson and stars Dana Andrews and Susan Hayward. Adapted from J. D. Salinger's 1948 short story "Uncle Wiggily in Connecticut", this remai...
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Mr. Belvedere Goes to College (1949)

Mr. Belvedere Goes to College is a 1949 American comedy film directed by Elliott Nugent. The screenplay written by Mary Loos, Mary C. McCall, Jr., and Richard Sale was based on characters created by Gwen Davenport. The film focuses on prickly genius Lynn Belvedere (Clifton Webb) who enrolls in a ...