Tag Archives: 1947

Deep Valley

A unique example of film noir colliding with a more straightforward melodrama.

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Brute Force

“Why not, we’re buried, ain’t we? Only thing is, we ain’t dead.” – Burt Lancaster as Joe Collins

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The Ghost and Mrs. Muir

“You must make your own life amongst the living and, whether you meet fair winds or foul, find your own way to harbor in the end.” – Rex Harrison as Captain Daniel Gregg

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Gentleman’s Agreement

“They’re persistent traitors to everything this country stands for, and you have to fight them, not just for the Jews, but for everything this country stands for.” – Gregory Peck as Philip Green

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Jimmy Stewart: Magic Town (1947)

“I’ve been searching for a town like this for years. You know, when I got off that train this morning, I said to myself “This is it.”” – Jimmy Stewart as Rip Smith

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Christmas Classics: Miracle on 34th Street

For over 60 years the film has remained a staple of the holiday season. Now it holds a place in the history of American film as one of the most recognized and watched movies. I would encourage you to see this one with the whole family.

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