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George Marshall

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Destry Rides AgainDestry Rides Again (1939) Recommended
Dir. George Marshall
Feat. James Stewart, Marlene Dietrich, Una Merkel
James Stewart is once again a mild–mannered law–man while Marlene Dietrich makes her most sensational Hollywood turn as exotic saloon…
Ghost Breakers, TheGhost Breakers, The (1940)
Dir. George Marshall
Feat. Bob Hope, Paulette Goddard, Richard Carlson
THE CAT AND THE CANARY stars Bob Hope and Paulette Goddard reunite for this middling chiller with Goddard inheriting a haunted mansion on a small…
When the Daltons RodeWhen the Daltons Rode (1941)
Dir. George Marshall
Feat. Randolph Scott, Kay Francis, Brian Donlevy
Stirring western centred around a lawyer forced to choose between loyalty to his friends or the word of law when the infamous Dalton Gang are framed…
Blue Dahlia, TheBlue Dahlia, The (1946)
Dir. George Marshall
Feat. Alan Ladd, Veronica Lake, William Bendix
Riveting Raymond Chandler noir teams Alan Ladd and Veronica Lake in their third on–screen pairing as an ex–bomber pilot accused of…
Perils of Pauline, ThePerils of Pauline, The (1947)
Dir. George Marshall
Feat. Betty Hutton, John Lund, Billy DeWolfe
Showbiz melodrama in which Hutton plays true–life actress Pearl White, who graduated from being a lowly–paid seamstress to queen of the…
My Friend IrmaMy Friend Irma (1949)
Dir. George Marshall
Feat. Jerry Lewis, Dean Martin
Clown–prince Jerry Lewis first teamed with Dean Martin in this airheaded comedy based on a hit CBS radio–show.
Scared StiffScared Stiff (1952)
Dir. George Marshall
Feat. Jerry Lewis, Dean Martin
Jerry Lewis and Dean Martin make a ‘spooktacle’ of themselves in this version of Paul Dickey and Charles Goddard’s Broadway hit.
Sheepman, TheSheepman, The (Stranger with a Gun) (1958)
Dir. George Marshall
Feat. Glenn Ford, Shirley Maclaine, Leslie Nielsen
Lighthearted western with Glenn Ford as a hard–bitten sheep farmer duking it out with cattle baron Nielsen and Shirley Maclaine as the object…
How the West Was WonHow the West Was Won (1962)
Dir. Henry Hathaway, John Ford, George Marshall
Feat. James Stewart, Debbie Reynolds, Henry Fonda
The history of the West through three generations, with three directors each contributing an instalment. Headed by a cast to match its ambitions and…

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