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After the death of her mother, young Mary (Maureen O’Hara) travels to the Cornish coast seeking her Aunt Patience (Marie Ney). Stranded on a windswept, isolated road, Mary meets Humphrey Pengallan (Charles Laughton), who kindly escorts her to the Jamaica Inn. There, Mary meets her aunt and bullying uncle, Merlyn Joss (Leslie Banks) — who secretly leads a band of pirates that pilfers the goods from wrecked ships. Suspicious, Mary turns to Pengallan for help, only to discover another dark secret.
Release date: October 11, 1939 (USA)
Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Story by: Daphne du Maurier
Adapted from: Jamaica Inn Screenplay: Alma Reville, Joan Harrison, J. B. Priestley, Sidney Gilliat
Story of a young woman who marries a fascinating widower only to find out that she must live in the shadow of his former wife, Rebecca, who died mysteriously several years earlier. The young wife must come to grips with the terrible secret of her handsome, cold husband, Max De Winter (Laurence Olivier). She must also deal with the jealous, obsessed Mrs. Danvers (Judith Anderson), the housekeeper, who will not accept her as the mistress of the house.
Release date: March 28, 1940 (USA)
Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Adapted from: Rebecca
Awards: Academy Award for Best Picture, Academy Award for Best Cinematography
Black-and-White Screenplay: Joan Harrison, Robert E. Sherwood, Philip MacDonald, Michael Hogan
The father of young Mowgli (Sabu) is killed by a jungle tiger during the child’s early years. Having no family, the boy lives with wolves and befriends a variety of animals. After several years, Mowgli is discovered and returned to his mother, and must grow accustomed to human practices. When Mowgli and new love interest Mahala (Patricia O’Rourke) trek into the jungle together, they discover treasure that causes Mahala’s father, Buldeo (Joseph Calleia), to get greedy, with tragic consequences.
Sociopathic students Artie Straus (Bradford Dillman) and Judd Steiner (Dean Stockwell) murder a boy in a philosophical exercise to commit the flawless crime. Despite their precautions, one of them inadvertently left a key piece of evidence at the crime scene, and they have been arrested and put on trial. It’s up to their nationally famous attorney (Orson Welles) to save these misguided souls from execution. The film is based on the infamous Leopold and Loeb case of 1924.
Release date: April 1, 1959 (New York)
Director: Richard Fleischer
Story by: Meyer Levin
Nominations: BAFTA Award for Best Film
MORE Awards: Cannes Best Actor Award
A Rage To Live
The sexual voraciousness of newspaper heiress Grace Caldwell threatens to destroy the reputation of her wealthy Pennsylvania family. As a precocious teenager, she is assaulted in her room in her own house by her older brother Brock’s friend Charlie Jay, to whom she finally yields willingly, the first of a long series of lovers. Grace understands her weakness but goes on in her path of seduction, until she meets San Francisco real estate broker Sidney Tate at a Christmas party. The two fall in love and he proposes marriage. Grace confesses her past but despite being taken aback, Sidney marries her and she commits herself to a relationship, a pledge she keeps for the first few years of their union, which produces a son and a seemingly idyllic life on a farm.
Problems ensue when lusty contractor Roger Bannon, the son of one of her mother’s former servants, confesses to Grace he’s been in love with her for years. An affair ensues and when she eventually ends it, he becomes enraged, gets drunk, and accidentally crashes his truck, killing himself. Reports of his death include details about his tryst with Grace, rumors which reach her husband. Under pressure, Grace admits her guilt to him and swears it will never happen again. At this point, however, the wife of newspaper editor Jack Hollister, who is also in love with Grace, makes a scene during a charity ball accusing Grace of seducing her husband. Sidney, who witnesses the scene, is once more convinced that his wife has lied to him and goes away. Grace runs after him, swearing she had nothing with Jack Hollister. Still, Sidney departs, leaving her behind in a state of despair.
Jane Eyre (1970)
Jane Eyre (Susannah York) is an orphan who is hired to serve as a governess at Thornfield, an English manor lorded over by the strict Edward Rochester (George C. Scott). Sinister things start to occur around the manor, but Jane and the temperamental Rochester come to cherish their time together. They fall in love and decide to marry. But Rochester has yet to inform his bride-to-be about a certain matter. And when his secret emerges, Jane must face an enormous challenge.
Immediately following World War II, ex-Nazi Franz Kindler (Orson Welles) is living under a false identity as a teacher in a small Connecticut town, and has even married the headmaster’s daughter (Loretta Young) as part of his cover. But when one of Kindler’s old German associates (Konstantin Shayne) arrives unexpectedly in town, bringing in his wake a sly federal investigator (Edward G. Robinson), Kindler resorts to desperate measures to preserve his secret.
A reporter (Barbara Stanwyck) writes a fictitious column about someone named “John Doe,” who is distraught at America’s neglect of the little people and plans to kill himself. The newspaper then hires a ballplayer-turned-hobo (Gary Cooper) to pose as John Doe. In a series of radio addresses written by a publisher with fascist leanings, Doe captures the public’s imagination. When he finally realizes he has been used, Doe comes to his senses and becomes the man he never knew he could be.
Businessman Fred Staples (Van Heflin) is plunged into the rough-and-tumble of office politics at his new job when he discovers that he is meant to replace the decent but ailing vice president, Bill Briggs (Ed Begley). A battle of wills ensues between Fred and the ruthless company president, Mr. Ramsey (Everett Sloane), who is intent on humiliating Bill into resigning. Despite the urgings of his pragmatic wife, Nancy, Fred resists losing his soul to the cold calculations of naked ambition.
Crime drama about a wealthy industrialist who is presumed dead after an accident engineered by his wife and her lover. However, he is alive – and plotting revenge behind the cover of a newly assumed identity.
Release date: March 19, 1949 (New York)
Director: Arthur Lubin
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