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The Secret Garden (1949)
Approved | 1h 32min | Drama, Family | 22 July 1949 (Brazil)
Director: Fred M. Wilcox
Writers: Robert Ardrey (screenplay), Frances Hodgson Burnett (novel)
Stars: Margaret O'Brien, Herbert Marshall, Dean Stockwell
When cholera takes the parents of Mary Lennox, she is shipped from India to England to live with her Uncle Craven. Archibald Craven's house is dark and drafty, with over 100 rooms built on the edge of the moors. Mary finds that her Uncle does not wish to see her, which is fine with Mary as she herself is rude and spoiled. While walking the gardens the next day, Mary notices that there is a area in the garden surrounded with a high stone wall and no doorway. Dickon, brother of a housemaid, tells her of the garden behind the wall. By the path, the raven unearths the hidden key so that Mary and Dickon are able to enter the walled garden to find it overgrown and neglected. Inside the house, she finds that Archibald has a son named Colin, who is crippled and as spoiled as she. Together these three work to make the secret garden their own world. Written by Tony Fontana <[email protected]>
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Phantom Lady (1944)
Not Rated | 1h 27min | Crime, Drama, Film-Noir | 28 January 1944 (USA)
Director: Robert Siodmak
Writers: Bernard C. Schoenfeld (screenplay), Cornell Woolrich (based on the novel by) (as William Irish)
Stars: Franchot Tone, Ella Raines, Alan Curtis
Unhappily married Scott Henderson spends the evening on a no-name basis with a hat-wearing woman he picked up in a bar. Returning home, he finds his wife strangled and becomes the prime suspect in her murder. Every effort to establish his alibi fails; oddly no one seems to remember seeing the phantom lady (or her hat). In prison, Scott gives up hope but his faithful secretary, "Kansas," doggedly follows evanescent clues through shadowy nocturnal streets. Can she save Scott in time? Written by Rod Crawford <[email protected]>
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The Green Hornet (1940)
Approved | 4h 18min | Adventure, Crime, Drama | 9 January 1940 (USA)
Directors: Ford Beebe, Ray Taylor
Writers: George H. Plympton (screenplay) (as Geo. H. Plympton), Basil Dickey (screenplay)
Stars: Gordon Jones, Wade Boteler, Keye Luke
Faced with rising crime and increased racketeering activity, intrepid newspaper editor Britt Reid becomes the crime fighter the Green Hornet. Donning a disguise, the Hornet and his brilliant Korean inventor/sidekick Kato fight an infamous racket that's menacing their city. Written by Jeremy Lunt <[email protected]>
Documentary about the women who worked in America's Steel mills and factories during WWII. It takes the view inside a Republic Steel Co. plant, showing how women were a crucial part of all the aspects of its operations.
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