Tag Archives: Cecil Kellaway
The Cockeyed Miracle (1946) S. Sylvan Simon, Frank Morgan, Keenan Wynn, Cecil Kellaway, Fantasy, Comedy
The Postman Always Rings Twice (1946) Tay Garnett, Lana Turner, John Garfield, Cecil Kellaway, Crime, Drama, Film-Noir
Frank Chambers (John Garfield) is a drifter who stops at a rural diner for a meal, and ends up working there. The diner is operated by a beautiful young woman, Cora Smith (Lana Turner), and her much older husband, Nick (Cecil Kellaway). Frank and Cora start to have an affair soon after they meet. Cora is tired of her situation, married to a man she does not love, and working at a diner that she wishes to own. She and Frank scheme to murder Nick in order to start a new life together without her losing the diner. Their first attempt at the murder is a failure, but they eventually succeed…
The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms (1953) Eugène Lourié, Paul Hubschmid, Paula Raymond, Cecil Kellaway, Adventure, Horror, Sci-Fi
As a result of an arctic nuclear test, a carnivorous dinosaur thaws out and starts making its way down the east coast of North America. Professor Tom Nesbitt, only witness to the beast’s existence, is not believed, even when he identifies it as a “rhedosaurus” to paleontologist Thurgood Elson. All doubts disappear, however, when Elson is swallowed whole during an oceanic bathysphere excursion to search for the creature. Soon thereafter the rhedosaurus emerges from the sea and lays waste to Manhattan Island until Nesbitt comes up with a plan to try to stop the seemingly indestructible beast.
The Luck of the Irish (1948) Henry Koster, Tyrone Power, Anne Baxter, Cecil Kellaway, Fantasy, Comedy, Romance
Steven Fitzgerald, a newpaper reporter from New York, meets a leprechaun and a beautiful young woman while traveling in Ireland. When he returns to his fiance and her wealthy father’s political campaign in New York, he finds that the leprechaun and the young woman are now in New York as well. Steven is torn between the wealth he might enjoy in New York or returning to his roots in Ireland.