Subject: Ralph Bellamy and Constance Moore on sale for limited time




TODAY'S SPECIAL

Delightfully Dangerous (1945)
Starring Ralph Bellamy and Constance Moore

Beautiful print and will play in all DVD players.
In her second starring film, teenaged singing sensation Jane Powell plays Cheryl Williams, a 15-year-old music student who is led to believe that her older sister Josephine (Constance Moore) is a big Broadway star. In truth, Josephine is a stripper in a tawdry burleycue house, but fortunately Cheryl (apparently) never reads any out-of-town newspapers and thus is in a state of blissful ignorance. The fun begins when Cheryl arrives in New York, figures out the truth, and tries to marry Josephine off to big-time Broadway producer Arthur Hale (Ralph Bellamy). As a result, both Josephine and Cheryl are starring in Hale's latest production. Yes, it's a Deanna Durbin picture without Deanna, right down to newly arranged versions of old operetta favorites.
Director: Arthur Lubin
Writers: Frank Tashlin, Edward Verdier, Irving Phillips, Arthur Phillips, Walter DeLeon

Stars: Ralph Bellamy, Constance Moore, Jane Powell, Louise Beavers, Morton Gould, Arthur Treacher, Ruth Tobey
Songs include:

I'm Only Teasin'
Music by Morton Gould
Lyrics by Edward Heyman

Sung by Constance Moore
Once Upon A Song
Music by Morton Gould
Lyrics by Edward Heyman
Sung by Jane Powell, danced by chorus

Adirondack Mama
Performed by chorus at the burlesque house

Through Your Eyes ... To Your Heart
Music by Morton Gould
Lyrics by Edward Heyman
Sung by Jane Powell

In A Shower Of Stars
Music by Morton Gould
Lyrics by Edward Heyman
Sung by Jane Powell, played by Morton Gould's Orchestra led by Morton Gould

Mr. Strauss Goes To Town
medley of waltzes written by Johann Strauss
New lyrics by Edward Heyman

Jane Powell—in her second film on loan out to United Artists from MGM—and orchestra leader Morton Gould are showcased. It was Frank Tashlin's first writing credit on a live action feature film.
Jane Powell wrote in her memoirs that Ralph Bellamy "said time and time again, 'That was the worst movie I ever made.' And I'm inclined to agree... I didn't know it wasn't a good film. I had a good time making it." Powell says Morton Gould was "miserable" during filming because he had never made a movie before and was very self conscious.
Producer Charles Rogers had originally cast Brian Aherne and Susan Hayward as the film's romantic leads. When Hayward refused the loan-out role, she was suspended by her home studio, Paramount, and replaced by Constance Moore.
When actress Hattie McDaniel became pregnant she was replaced in the role of "Hannah" by Louise Beavers.
Order this rarely-seen and hard-to-find classic today for the low price of $5.99.
New Additions At Zeus:
The Finger Points (1931)

Stars: Richard Barthelmess, Fay Wray, Regis Toomey

The names have all been changed, but this hard-hitting gangster tale is based on an actual newspaper headline story involving the brutal slaying of corrupt crime reporter Alfred "Jake" Lingle, who had been suspected of betraying his boss Al Capone. Naive Southern boy Breckinridge Lee comes to the big city for fame and fortune. He starts out honest, but is unable to the resist hefty payoffs offered by crime lord Louis Blanco to suppress certain stories. Time passes and Lee does a great job for Blanco. Lee's girl friend tries to get him to go straight, but he has become too accustomed to the money and besides is too deeply mired in corruption to ever escape. In the end, he loses his life when a story about Blanco's latest shenanigans escapes his watchful eye and gets printed. Believing Lee was behind the double-cross, Blanco orders him executed and tragedy ensues.

Night Of 100 Stars III (1990)

Stars: Katharine Hepburn, James Stewart and Helen Hayes

All star variety special, the third "Night of 100 Stars" benefit for the Actors Fund.
Cooling It (1970)

Stars: Bing Crosby, Dean Martin, Flip Wilson

A concerted effort to bring Crosby into the Age of Aquarius, what with all the talk about the future and a "new world" coming, along with all the chroma keyed daisies and balloons and Peter Max-looking graphics.

Faith, Hope And Hogan (1953)

Stars: Father James Keller, Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, Ben Hogan, Ralph Kiner, Phil Harris

Father James Keller chats with golfer Ben Hogan about his comeback after a major car accident. Includes faith discussions with St. Louis Cardinal Ralph Kiner, and entertainers Bob Hope, Phil Harris, and Bing Crosby (who performs a song).
Al Capone: Scarface (1995)

Stars: Tony Berardi, Laurence Bergreen, John Binder

In the thrilling underworld of speakeasies, Tommy Guns and turf wars, Al Capone was the undisputed emperor of Chicago. Scarface was many things to many people a ruthless and vindictive murderer, a generous patron, and a wild and glamorous impresario. But to all, Capone is the most notorious gangster in American history. Follow his journey from the immigrant neighborhood of his youth to the glittering circles of Chicago's powerful elite with this in-depth program. Rare photographs, films and exclusive interviews paint an extraordinary portrait of the man who became the ultimate American anti-hero. And historians reveal how accountants brought down the ruler of a vast criminal empire. Learn the true story of the legendary gangster who will forever be known as Scarface.

Edith Head: Design For Living (2000)

Biography of Edith Head.
James Garner

John Payne

Joan Blondell

Rock Hudson

George O'Brien

John Gavin

Ricardo Montalban

Richard Chamberlain

Khwaja Ahmad Abbas

George Abbott

John Abbott

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