Tag Archives: Leslie Fenton
The Redhead and the Cowboy (1951) Leslie Fenton, Glenn Ford, Edmond O’Brien, Rhonda Fleming, Western
Based on a story by Peter B. Kyne, the long-lost John Ford silent Shamrock Handicap begins in Ireland. Because he refuses to collect rent payments from his impoverished tenants, kindly Irish nobleman Sir Miles Gaffney is in danger of losing his estate.
Saigon (1948) Leslie Fenton, Alan Ladd, Veronica Lake, Douglas Dick, Crime, Drama, Film-Noir, Thriller
China Passage (1937) Edward Killy, Constance Worth, Vinton Hayworth, Leslie Fenton, Adventure, Crime, Mystery, Romance
On Our Merry Way (1948) Leslie Fenton, King Vidor, Paulette Goddard, James Stewart, Henry Fonda, Comedy, Music
The Saint’s Vacation (1941) Leslie Fenton, Hugh Sinclair, Sally Gray, Arthur Macrae, Crime, Drama, Mystery
An otherwise innocuous-looking music box is the coveted macguffin that provokes treachery, robbery, torture, murder, and a chase across the Continent involving one of Simon Templar’s greatest nemeses, Rudolph Hauser. “The Saint” is aided by amiable sidekick Monty Hatward and spunky girl reporter Mary Langdon.
A party of yachting jet-setters visit French Saigon, where they meet lovely Manon deVargnes, a second-class citizen not allowed to leave the country due to her part-Oriental ancestry. When the others leave, playboy Bill Carey stays behind to woo Manon; but all his efforts to get her out of the country with him run into a brick wall. And Pierre Delaroch, her wealthy former admirer, waits for him to give up…