My Dear Secretary is a 1948 American comedy film directed by Charles Martin, starring Laraine Day and Kirk Douglas. Plot Successful novelist and playboy Owen Waterbury (Douglas) hires aspiring writer Stephanie 'Steve' Gaylord (Day) as his secretary; a dream come true for Steve who admires Owen and his work. Steve soon finds out that the egomaniacal Owen has gone through a series of secretaries who have left when they are fed up with his behaviour. He is constantly in debt and cannot begin to write a contracted novel that will pay his bills including a lucrative advance by his publisher. Steve perseveres until the novel, based on the events of Steve's life and that mentions a character based on his publisher shown in an unflattering light, is used publication. Owen claims he cannot have a wife and a secretary so fires his wife and goes back to his old ways, hiring an admiring and attractive female to be his secretary. In the meantime Steve takes Owen's rejected manuscript to her former companion, Charles Harris, who is a major publisher. Harris, who now employs Elsie, Owen's former secretary before Steve, also asks to see Steve's manuscript. Harris finds Owen's manuscript interesting but ordinary, but believes Steve's manuscript to be not only worthy of publication but a serious candidate for literary prizes. Steve initially uses publication due to hurting Owen's fragile ego but soon changes her mind because of the philandering. She hires an attractive male secretary and the two writers compete with each other.
Jimmy, the owner of a failed music shop, goes to work with his uncle, the owner of a food factory. Before he gets there, he befriends an Irish family who happens to be his uncle's worst enemy because of their love for music and in-house band who constantly practices. Soon, Jimmy finds himself trying to help the band by getting them gigs and trying to reconcile the family with his uncle, an avid music-hater, all while winning the heart of the beautiful Molly! Stars James Stewart, Paulette Godard, Charles Winninger.
Pot o' Gold is a 1941 in film United States romance film musical film starring James Stewart and Paulette Goddard, directed by George Marshall (director), and based on the radio series Pot o' Gold (radio program). The film was released April 3, 1941, eight months before the NBC radio series came to an end. Paulette Goddard's singing voice was dubbed by Vera Van. The film is also known as Jimmy Steps Out (American alternative title) and as The Golden Hour (in the United Kingdom).
When a magician's act takes precedent over his marriage, his wife gives him trouble. Stars Loretta Young and David Niven.
Eternally Yours is a 1939 American United Artists film produced and directed by Tay Garnett with Walter Wanger as executive producer, from a screenplay by C. Graham Baker and Gene Towne. It stars Loretta Young and David Niven. Composer Werner Janssen was nominated for the Academy Award for Original Music Score.
Union solders have stolen The General, a Confederate train manned by Johnnie Gray, who was unable to enlist in the Confederate army because he is needed as an engineer. The Union plans to use the train to supply its soldiers in a sneak attack against the Confederates. But now it's up to Gray and his love, Annabelle Lee, to reclaim The General, recross enemy lines, and warn the Confederates. The General based on a real incident during the American Civil War when a posse of northern soldiers hijacked a confederate train and a lone southern engineer found himself fighting the lot of them alone.
The Amazing Quest of Ernest Bliss is a 1936 Cinema of the United Kingdom romantic comedy film directed by Alfred Zeisler and starring Cary Grant. It is a remake of the 1920 film The Amazing Quest of Mr. Ernest Bliss. The film was re-issued in the United States in 1937 under the title The Amazing Adventure (also alternatively Romance and Riches), and was edited down from the original UK running time of 80 minutes, to 62 minutes. Most prints these days are the shorter one. Plot synopsis Ernest Bliss (Cary Grant) is a rich socialite suffering boredom. He makes a bet with a doctor, Sir James Aldroyd, that he can live a year without relying on any of his inherited wealth. He loses the bet for £50,000 when he has to draw money to wed poverty stricken Frances Clayton (Mary Brian), to save her from an unhappy marriage of convenience.
My Man Godfrey is a 1936 American comedy-drama film directed by Gregory La Cava. The screenplay was written by Morrie Ryskind, with uncredited contributions by La Cava, based on 1101 Park Avenue, a short novel by Eric S. Hatch. The story concerns a socialite who hires a derelict to be her family's butler, only to fall in love with him, much to his dismay. The film stars William Powell and Carole Lombard. The film was My Man Godfrey (1957 film) with June Allyson and David Niven in the starring roles. In 1999, the original version of My Man Godfrey was deemed "culturally significant" by the United States Library of Congress and selected for preservation in the National Film Registry.
Hilarious romantic comedy starring Cary Grant and Rosalind Russell. Russell is rough and tumble reporter looking to get out of the news racket by marrying and becoming a house wife after her divorce from newspaper publisher Grant. Just when she is about to leave town with her husband-to-be the still lovesick Grant drafts her to cover one final breaking news sensation. Along with plenty of laughs and fast paced dialog this film provides a witty and cynical look at news business. There is a slight audio sync problem in the first couple minutes of the film. It is present on the source medium and is very brief.
Ode#11: Times change. People come and go. For a while there are places in one's heart for some. For others, throwing The Key away doesn't seem to make a difference. What goes around, comes around. The Key is Master.
Stars: Jennifer Lawrence, Chris Pratt, Michael Sheen (Drama, Romance, Sci-Fi) A spacecraft traveling to a distant colony planet and transporting thousands of people has a malfunction in its sleep chambers. As a result, two passengers are awakened 90 years early.
A video entirely too long in the making about an anime I don't even remember at this point. I remember I liked it though, so there's that. There's basically nothing about this video I would do the same way now, but I feel like I couldn't just leave it half edited and un-uploaded... (I may or may not have wanted the hard drive space back) --- #romance #anime #review --- From Anime News Network: Matsumaru Fumihiko is an average salaryman with no girlfriend. He invites his colleague Tanaka to a movie but is stood up. About to toss the tickets into a dustbin, a cute girl appears and asks him not to waste them. After a movie and dinner, he escorts her home and finds out that they live in the same neighbourhood. As fate will have it, her apartment catches fire only hours later. With nowhere else to stay, rookie seiyuu Onda Aka moves into Matsumaru's place, and the two begin a more than friends but not yet lovers relationship under the same roof, while keeping this secret from their employers. --- Rec icon on thumbnail: https://www.deviantart.com/shaorana/art/Rec-Anime-Folder-Icon-379458906 --- Social Media: AniList: https://anilist.co/user/fullerSpectrum/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/fullerspectrum Twitch: https://twitch.tv/fullerspectrum Discord: https://discord.io/fullerSpectrum --- Amazon Affiliate Links (Recommended Series): Bakemonogatari by NISIOISIN: https://amzn.to/2LrHgVU Puella Magi Madoka Magica by Magica Quartet: https://amzn.to/2NdQKFL Maria Holic by Minari Endou: https://amzn.to/2LrBNP3 Tsukuyomi: Moon Phase by Keitaro Arima: https://amzn.to/2Njb0G3
Maurizio Zanfanti was a man who gained a reputation in Italy as the Romeo of Rimini. He was the type of man who normal women loved, men respected, some even wanting to be like him, and feminists hated. The life he lead is interesting and I thought we’d take a look at the man and his life.
God's Little Acre is a 1958 American film of Erskine Caldwell's 1933 novel of the same name. It was directed by Anthony Mann and shot in black and white by cinematographer Ernest Haller. Although the film was not released until August 1958, its production schedule is indicated as September 11 to late October 1957.
The film was as controversial as the novel, although unlike its source material there was no prosecution for obscenity. Though both book and film were laced throughout with racy innuendo calling into question the issue of marital fidelity, it was the film adaptation that may have been the more alarming because it portrayed a popular uprising, or workers' insurrection, in the Southern United States by laid-off millworkers trying to gain control of the factory equipment on which their jobs depended.
Philip Yordan was officially given credit for the screenplay, but it was actually by Ben Maddow. Since Maddow was blacklisted for his radical, and suspected, but unproven, Communist activities during the 1950s Red Scare, working without credit was the only way he could successfully submit screenplays. When it was first released, audiences under eighteen years of age were prohibited from viewing what were perceived to be numerous sexy scenes throughout, though in recent decades the film's scandalous reputation has diminished. After decades of neglect, the film was restored by the UCLA Film and Television Archive under the supervision of master restorer Robert Gitt. As part of Gitt's restoration, Yordan's name was replaced by Maddow's in the main title roll.
Cyrano de Bergerac is a 1950 drama romance film based on the 1897 French Alexandrine verse drama Cyrano de Bergerac by Edmond Rostand. It uses poet Brian Hooker's 1923 English blank verse translation as the basis for its screenplay. The film was the first motion picture version in English of Rostand's play, though there were several earlier adaptations in different languages.
The 1950 film was produced by Stanley Kramer and directed by Michael Gordon. José Ferrer received the Academy Award for Best Actor for his starring performance as Cyrano de Bergerac. Mala Powers played Roxane, and William Prince portrayed Christian de Neuvillette.
William, a respected artist who lost everything after his divorce, arrives in Montreal on a job prospect. When the job falls through he then is saved and forms an erotic friendship and exposes his soul with a young woman named Paulette.
William, un artiste respecté qui a tout perdu après son divorce, arrive à Montréal sur une perspective d'emploi. Lorsque le travail tombe à travers, il est alors enregistré et forme une amitié érotique et expose son âme avec une femme nommée Paulette
Written and DIrected by Mark Penney
Shaun Benson - William Éliane Gagnon - Paulette Michel Perron - Pierre Marc-André Boulanger - Big Man Fanny La Croix - Receptionist Marc Fournier - Tremblay Kalinka Petrie - Paige
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