Tag Archives: Gene Tierney
Way of a Gaucho (1952) Jacques Tourneur, Rory Calhoun, Gene Tierney, Richard Boone, Action, Adventure, Romance, Western
The Secret of Convict Lake (1951) Michael Gordon, Glenn Ford, Gene Tierney, Ethel Barrymore, Western
The Shanghai Gesture (1941) Josef von Sternberg, Gene Tierney, Walter Huston, Victor Mature, Crime, Drama, Film-Noir, Mystery, Romance
Plymouth Adventure (1952) Clarence Brown, Spencer Tracy, Gene Tierney, Van Johnson, Adventure, Drama, History
Shiftless Jeeter Lester and his family of hillbilly stereotypes live in a rural backwater where their ancestors were once wealthy planters. Their slapstick existence is threatened by a bank’s plans to take over the land for more profitable farming; subplots involve the affairs and marriages of son Dude and daughter Ellie May.
Thunder Birds (1942) William A. Wellman, Gene Tierney, Preston Foster, John Sutton, Drama, Romance, War
On a secluded base in Arizona, veteran World War I pilot Steve Britt trains flyers to fight in World War II. One of his trainees, Englishman Peter Stackhouse, competes with Britt for the affections of Kay Saunders, the daughter of a local rancher. Despite their differences, Britt makes sure Sutton passes his training and becomes a combat pilot – even though he loses Kay to the young man in the process.
Gene Tierney and Ray Milland play the Sheridans, a married couple unable to have a biological child. They visit an adoption agency to make inquiries and start the ball rolling. Then, they learn of a child abandoned at a local police station. The loving and very lovely Midge (Tierney) is determined to adopt the young boy, no questions asked; Brad (Milland) insists on learning about the boy’s heredity and his parentage. The Sheridans learn the boy’s father may be a murderer. Will there be a baby for Midge?