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    The King of Kings: General Release Version (1927) Cecil B. DeMille, master of the epic film, directed a cast of thousands in this silent, spectacular cinematic reenactment of Christ's life -- one of the highest-grossing movies of its time. H.B. Warner, Ernest Torrence and Joseph Schildkraut star in the lavish production. This newly restored digital transfer of the 1931 release has a revamped musical score. Extras include clips from the making of the film, cast portraits and production sketches.

    Ernest Ian Torrence, Elsie Torrence And Ernest Torrence At The Movie Premiere Of King Of Kings At Grauman's Chinese Theater

    Ernest Torrence in C.B. DeMill's 1927 King of Kings.

    Jacqueline Logan as Mary Magdalene tries to fight off the temptations of “Lust” (right) & “Greed” (left) and the other Seven Deadly Sins in The King of Kings (1927, dir. Cecile B. DeMille). We’ve all been there, Mary.

    I sing along to this one all the time.

    The Gospel of John (2003) This word-for-word adaptation of the 21 chapters of the Gospel According to John tells story of Jesus' life -- mostly focusing on his final hours, his crucifixion and the events that followed -- from disciple John's point of view. The epic film draws its audience into antiquity through meticulous re-creation, including an original musical score complete with instrumental sounds of the time. Christopher Plummer narrates much of the film.

    I like to live in America....

    Oklahoma! (1955) During Oklahoma's freewheeling territorial days, coquettish Laurey Williams (Shirley Jones) falls for good-natured cowboy Curly McLain (Gordon MacRae). Unfortunately, she also provokes the unwanted affections of brooding hired hand Jud Fry (Rod Steiger). Classic Rodgers and Hammerstein songs abound in this Academy Award-winning musical from director Fred Zinnemann that was adapted for the big screen after a successful Broadway run.

    Pete's Dragon (1977) One of Disney's last musical combinations of live-action and traditional animation spins the family-friendly tale of runaway orphan Pete (Sean Marshall) and his pet dragon, Elliott (voiced by comedian Charlie Callas) -- whom others can't always see. Mickey Rooney and Helen Reddy (who sings the Oscar-nominated song "Candle on the Water") co-star as a kindly lighthouse owner and his daughter who take the boy and his dragon in.

    Still of Steve McQueen in The Great Escape ~ The Cooler King

    Dolores del Río (1904 – 1983) Mexican #film #actress from the Silent Era, Golden Age of Hollywood & Mexican films #vintage

    Dolores del Río (1904 – 1983) Mexican #film #actress from the Silent Era, Golden Age of Hollywood & Mexican films #vintage

    Ernest Torrence (my grandfather)

    Margaret Dumont & Groucho Marx "Animal Crackers" via Pete Davis This photo is of the ballroom scene from the stage version of "Animal Crackers". This scene was left out of the film version. Margaret Dumont was the best straight man in comedy.

    Catherine Deneuve classic French Beauty.

    Ernest Torrence

    Sidney Poitier- one of my all time favorited!!!

    Clark Gable

    Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers in Swing time

    Paul Newman in movie Nobody's Fool

    Marilyn