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Kent Smith

Kent Smith


Birthdate: March 19, 1907

Deathdate: April 23, 1985

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Kent Smith (March 19, 1907 – April 23, 1985) was an American actor who had a lengthy career in film, theater, and television. Description above from the Wikipedia article Kent Smith, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia ...detailed bio

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Lost Horizon (1973)

This version is much closer to the 1937 film than to the original James Hilton novel. It tells the story of a group of travellers whose airplane is hijacked while fleeing a bloody revolution. The airplane crash lands in an unexplored area of the Himalayas, where the party is rescued and taken to ...
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The Crooked Hearts (1972)

A charming but somewhat larcenous widow attempts to snare a rich bachelor through a lonely hearts club, but her scheme boomerangs into a deadly cat-and-mouse game. This marked the TV-movie debut of both Rosalind Russell and Douglas Fairbanks Jr., and was sadly also Russell's last film role.
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Die Sister, Die! (1972)

Edward (Jack Ging) is tired of the "allowance" granted him by his sister, Amanda (Edith Atwater) and becomes impatient for her death, and his inheritance. To hasten her demise, or at least stop her suicides from being thwarted, Edward hires a discredited ex-nurse, Esther (Antoinette Bower) to wat...
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The Night Stalker (1972)

In the opening of the film, Kolchak is sitting on the bed of a sleazy hotel room, dictating a book into his trademark portable tape recorder. The book is about a series of unusual events in Las Vegas, and a cover up of those events by the authorities. He describes a series of murders that had pla...
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How Awful About Allan (1970)

Allan (Perkins) is suffering from hysterical blindness following a fire that killed his father and scarred his sister Katherine (Harris). Returning home after months in a hospital, Allan begins to hear his name being whispered and partially sees a dark figure coming to get him. Is he crazy or is ...
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Death of a Gunfighter (1969)

In the town of Cottonwood Springs, Texas at the turn of the century, Marshal Frank Patch is an Old West style lawman in a community determined to be modern. When Patch kills drunken Luke Mills in self-defense, the town decides it is time for the marshal to resign. But Patch refuses, reminding the...
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Kona Coast (1968)

Sam Moran (Richard Boone) is a Honolulu charter-boat captain who leads fishing expeditions in the tropical paradise. When his daughter is found murdered at the party of a wealthy young playboy, he seeks the truth about the murder. Convinced the playboy is guilty, he enlists the help of his friend...
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Games (1967)

Paul (James Caan) and Jennifer (Katharine Ross) are a pair of wealthy but blasé Upper East Side New York socialites with an attitude sometimes accompanying the overprivileged: a propensity to amuse themselves in a bizarre, chic, and upscale fashion, in this case playing socialite games for their ...
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Moon Pilot (1962)

Astronaut Capt. Richmond Talbot inadvertently volunteers to make the first manned flight around the moon. He is ordered to keep the upcoming moon flight a secret, even from his family. Due to the classified nature of the mission, he is placed under the watchful eye of several national security ag...
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Susan Slade (1961)

The plot revolves around a naive 17-year old girl, Susan Slade (Connie Stevens) who becomes pregnant during a shipboard romance with Conn White, a mountain climber (Grant Williams). Her parents decide that it is best for Susan to allow them to pass the baby off as theirs to protect her reputation...
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Strangers When We Meet (1960)

Larry Coe is a Los Angeles architect who is married with two kids. He has a very bright wife, Eve. She is ambitious for him, but he wants to do work more imaginative than the commercial buildings he's been designing. He meets with Roger Altar, an author, to discuss building a house that will be a...
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The Mugger (1958)

The Mugger is a 1958 American film about a police psychiatrist, Dr. Pete Graham, who is attempting to catch a mysterious mugger that has been attacking women in his city. The film's screenplay, written by Henry Kane, is based on the novel of the same name by Evan Hunter. William Berke directed th...
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Party Girl (1958)

Slick lawyer Thomas Farrell has made a career of defending mobsters in trials. It's not until he meets showgirl Vicki at a mob party that he realizes that there's more to life than winning trials. Farrell tries to quit the racket, but mob boss Rico Angelo threatens to hurt Vicki if Farrell leaves...
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The Badlanders (1958)

In 1898, two men are released from the Arizona Territorial Prison. One, mining engineer and geologist Peter Van Hoek (Alan Ladd), the "Dutchman", tells the warden he was framed for the robbery of a gold shipment from the Lisbon Mine. The other, John McBain (Ernest Borgnine), killed Bascomb, the m...
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Sayonara (1957)

Lloyd "Ace" Gruver (Brando), a major and the son of a U.S. Army general, is stationed at Itami Air Force Base (now Osaka International Airport) near Kobe, Japan. He falls in love with a Japanese entertainer, Hana-ogi, who is a performer for a Takarazuka-like theater company, whom he meets through...
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Comanche (1956)

In 1875, near Durango, Mexico, a group of renegade Comanche attack a peaceful village and kidnap the daughter of a Spanish aristocrat. They escape the Mexican Army by crossing into US territory. Jim Read (Dana Andrews), a frontier scout, is sent to investigate and ease tensions between the Mexica...
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The Damned Don't Cry! (1950)

The Damned Don't Cry! is a 1950 American drama film starring Joan Crawford, David Brian, and Steve Cochran tells of a woman's involvement with an organized crime boss and his subordinates. The screenplay by Harold Medford and Jerome Weidman was based on a story by Gertrude Walker. The plot is loo...
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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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This Side of the Law (1950)

A man - trapped in a cistern - reflects on the dark events that lead to his lonely entrapment.
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The Fountainhead (1949)

Howard Roark is an individualistic architect who follows a new artistic path in the face of conformity and vulgar mediocrity. Ellsworth Toohey, an architecture critic for The Banner newspaper, opposes Roark's individualism and volunteers to crusade in print against him. The wealthy and influenti...