O. Henry’s Full House (1952) Henry Hathaway, Howard Hawks, Fred Allen, Anne Baxter, Jeanne Crain, Drama


“O. Henry’s Full House” is a film divided in five segments telling five tales in the beginning of the Twentieth Century. 1) “The Cop and the Anthem”: the winter is coming and the homeless drifter Soapy wants to go to jail for three months to get shelter and food. His partner Horace suggests they look for shelter with the Salvation Army, but Soapy refuses. He forces many situations to be arrested but he is always forgiven. When he goes to the church, there is a miracle and Soapy decides to seek a job position. Will he succeed? 2) “The Clarion Call”: when a thief kills a man, the police investigators do not have any lead to follow. Police Sergeant Barney Woods sees a pen that was found in the crime scene and he seeks out a man called Johnny Kernan. He finds Johnny that invites Barney to drink with him and they go to his hotel room. Johnny recalls their youth, when they were friends but Barney tells that he must arrest him since he recognized the pen that belonged to Johnny.

Also Known As (AKA): Cuatro páginas de la vida, La sarabande des pantins, La giostra umana, Páginas da Vida, Fünf Perlen

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File Size : 1858.52 MB
Resolution : 1280×720
Duration : 01:57:35
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Audio : AC-3 (AC3), 160 Kbps (CBR), 48.0 KHz, 2 channels, 1 stream

Quality: BRRip
Language: English
Subs: English (embedded)
Genre: Drama

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