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Room for One More (1952) Norman Taurog, Cary Grant, Betsy Drake, Lurene Tuttle

Room for One More (1952)
Anne and “Poppy” Rose are the average American family, with three quirky kids. Anne has a good heart and gives lost cats and dogs a home – and one day also the orphan Jane, a problem child who already tried to kill herself once. At first Poppy is worried and wants to get rid of her, but with love and patience they finally manage to integrate her into the family. Just then Anne invites another orphan, the aggressive handicapped Jimmy-John, to their summer vacation.
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The Swordsman (1948) Joseph H. Lewis, Larry Parks, Ellen Drew, George Macready

The Swordsman (1948)
In the eighteenth century, in Scotland, families and Glowan McArden support a violent and long enmity. Alexander, an attractive member of the clan McArden, falls for the beautiful lady Barbara Glowan. Quickly, their relationship arouses anger Barbara’s cousin, Robert Glowan, trying to destroy the enemy forever family. Groom, anxious to marry his sweetheart, try the two irreconcilable positions coexist peacefully.
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Spencer’s Mountain (1963) Delmer Daves, Henry Fonda, Maureen O’Hara, James MacArthur

Spencer's Mountain (1963)
Clay Spencer is a hard-working man who loves his wife and large family. He is respected by his neighbors and always ready to give them a helping hand. Although not a churchgoer, he even helps a newly arrived local minister regain his flock after he and Clay get into a bit of trouble. If he has one dream in life it’s to build his wife Olivia a beautiful house on a piece of land he inherited on Spender’s mountain. When his eldest son, Clayboy, graduates at the top of his high school class and has the opportunity to go to college, Clay has only one option left to him.
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The Leopard Man (1943) Jacques Tourneur, Dennis O’Keefe, Margo, Jean Brooks

The Leopard Man (1943)
At the encouragement of her manager, a nightclub performer in New Mexico (Kiki Walker) takes a leashed leopard into the club as a publicity gimmick. But her rival, angered by the attempt to upstage, scares the animal and it bolts. In the days that follow, people are mauled and the countryside is combed for the loose creature. But Kiki and her manager begin to wonder if maybe the leopard is not responsible for the killings.
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Those Calloways (1965) Norman Tokar, Brian Keith, Vera Miles, Brandon De Wilde

Those Calloways (1965)
Story of Cam Calloway and his family, who live in a densely wooded area in New England. Cam dreams of building a sanctuary for the geese that fly over the area each year, and he tries several schemes to buy a nearby lake for this santuary. He is thwarted at every attempt, it seems; he and his son try to get enough furs from their trapping venture to get the money, but the bottom falls out of the fur market. He uses the little money they get for a down payment on the lake, thereby losing their house when he can’t make the mortgage payment. They move to the lake, where their friends help them build a cabin. A salesman stops in town, and tries to get the people to sell their land for a tourist venture; Cam is outraged at his tactics and takes desperate measures after he himself is tricked.
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Danger: Diabolik (1968) Mario Bava, John Phillip Law, Marisa Mell, Michel Piccoli

Danger Diabolik (1968)
In psychedelic swinging 60s style, the dreaded thief (and killer) Diabolik wreaks havoc on a generic European country for his own financial gain and amusement. He shares an extravagant underground lair (and a giant bed of money) with his curvaceous, superficial girlfriend…who uses her awesome powers of wig-wearing to help Diabolik kill innocent people and steal billions from the government. Nonetheless, Diabolik is the “hero” of the film because he must face off against bumbling cops and revenge-seeking mafiosos.
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Ill Cry Tomorrow (1955) Daniel Mann, Susan Hayward, Richard Conte, Eddie Albert

I'll Cry Tomorrow (1955)
Deprived of a normal childhood by her ambitious mother, Katie, Lillian Roth becomes a star of Broadway and Hollywood before she is twenty. Shortly before her marriage to her childhood sweetheart, David Tredman, he dies and Lillian takes her first drink of many down the road of becoming an alcoholic. She enters into a short-lived marriage to an immature aviation cadet, Wallie, followed by a divorce and then marriage to a sadistic brute and abuser Tony Bardeman. After a failed suicide attempt, Burt McGuire comes to her aid and helps her find the road back to happiness after sixteen years in a nightmare world, not counting the first twenty with her mother.
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