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Gene Tierney - Tobacco Road (1940)

Young Mr. Lincoln is a 1939 partly fictionalized biography about the early life of President Abraham Lincoln, directed by John Ford and starring Henry Fonda.Ford and producer Darryl F. Zanuck fought for control of the film, to the point where Ford destroyed unwanted takes for fear the studio would use them in the movie.Screenwriter Lamar Trotti was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Writing/Original Story.

The Iron Horse (1924). D: John Ford. Selected in 2011.

Gene Tierney. Tobacco Road. John Ford. 1941.

7 Women, also known as Seven Women, is a 1966 film drama made by MGM. It was directed by John Ford, produced by Bernard Smith and John Ford, from a screenplay by Janet Green and John McCormick, based on the short story "Chinese Finale" by Norah Lofts. The music score was by Elmer Bernstein and the cinematography by Joseph LaShelle. This was the last feature film directed by Ford, ending a career which spanned over fifty years.

DANA. ANDREWS. That is all. No, but in seriousness, my love for Dana Andrews only grows. This was a childhood favorite of mine, and it was wonderful to revisit it for the first time in years. Every single lead is amazing, and it's a reminder that Vincent Price was super dapper as a young man. Also? I'd kill to look like Gene Tierney. And to have the genius of Otto Preminger. I mean, come on.

Thunder Birds (1942) (subtitled "Soldiers of the Air")[1] is a Technicolor film directed by William A. Wellman and starring Gene Tierney, Preston Foster, and John Sutton. It features visually stunning aerial photography and location filming at an actual Arizona training base of the United States Army Air Forces during World War II.

What a spectacular piece of cinema, with a great plot that kept me guessing the whole hour and a half.

An Ideal Husband, also known as Oscar Wilde's An Ideal Husband, is a 1947 film Technicolor adaptation of the play by Oscar Wilde. It was made by London Film Productions and distributed by British Lion Films (UK) and Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation (USA). It was produced and directed by Alexander Korda from a screenplay by Lajos Biró from Wilde's play. The film stars Paulette Goddard, Michael Wilding, Diana Wynyard, Hugh Williams, C. Aubrey Smith, Glynis Johns and Constance Collier.

The Painted Veil is a 1934 drama film made by MGM. It was directed by Ryszard Bolesławski and produced by Hunt Stromberg from a screenplay by John Meehan, Salka Viertel, and Edith Fitzgerald, adapted from the 1925 W. Somerset Maugham novel The Painted Veil. The music score was by Herbert Stothart, the cinematography by William H. Daniels, the art direction by Cedric Gibbons and the costume design by Adrian.

The Ghost and Mrs. Muir (1947), Rex Harrison, Gene Tierney, George Sanders, Natalie Wood. Directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz.

Of Human Bondage is a 1934 American drama film directed by John Cromwell and is widely regarded by critics as the film that made Bette Davis a star.[1] The screenplay by Lester Cohen is based on the 1915 novel of the same title by W. Somerset Maugham. Sensitive, club-footed artist Philip Carey is an Englishman who has been studying painting in Paris for four years.