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Double Feature

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To Be or Not to Be (1942)

This Above All (1942)

 

 

 

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STARMAN (1984)

Next: HALLOWEEN (1978)  John Carpenter double feature.

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THE CARETAKER (1963) 

Next: DR. CRIPPEN (1962) Donald Pleasence double feature

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TROUBLE ALONG THE WAY (1953)

Next: THEY WERE EXPENDABLE (1945) Wayne-Reed double feature.

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ADAM AND EVELYNE

Next: FOOTSTEPS IN THE FOG - Jean Simmons/Stewart Granger double feature

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FOOTSTEPS IN THE DARK (1941)

Next: THE SEA HAWK (1940)  Flynn-Marshall double feature.

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THE BREAKING POINT (1950)

Next: COME FILL THE CUP (1951) Phyllis Thaxter double feature

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LOOK HOMEWARD, ANGEL (1972 TV Movie)

Next: THE PAPER CHASE (1973) Timothy Bottoms double feature

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THE PAPER (1994)

Next: SPLASH (1984) Two films directed by Ron Howard.

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RANSOM! (1956)

Next: GREEN DOLPHIN STREET (1946)  Donna Reed double feature.

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Now, Voyager (1942) Another movie in which Gladys Cooper (Sophie Patourel) dies

Anthony Adverse (1936) A movie in which Edmund Gwenn (Octavius Patourel in Green Dolphin Street) dies

 

 

 

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