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Examples of "calhern"
The film was directed by John Sturges, with stars Louis Calhern, Ann Harding, Eduard Franz, and Philip Ober. Calhern created the role of Oliver Wendell Holmes in the play's original Broadway production, and the part was his only starring role in a sound film. A grateful Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer purchased the film rights of the play specifically as a reward to Calhern for playing many fine supporting roles for the studio for years.
The film stars Ann Sothern, Jane Powell, Barry Sullivan, Carmen Miranda, Louis Calhern, and Scotty Beckett.
Calhern died of a sudden heart attack in Nara, Japan, while filming "The Teahouse of the August Moon". He was replaced in the film by Paul Ford, who had played Calhern's role in the original stage version. By an odd coincidence, when playing Buffalo Bill in "Annie Get Your Gun", Calhern had replaced Frank Morgan, who had died of a sudden heart attack during the making of that film. Calhern is interred at Hollywood Forever Cemetery.
The film stars Lynn Bari, Francis Lederer, Akim Tamiroff, Alla Nazimova and Louis Calhern.
The film stars Stewart Granger, Deborah Kerr, and James Mason (with Louis Calhern, Robert Douglas, Jane Greer and Robert Coote).
Calhern started working in silent films for director Lois Weber in the early 1920s; the most notable being "The Blot" in 1921. A 1921 newspaper article commented, "The new arrival in stardom is Louis Calhern, who, until Miss Weber engaged him to enact the leading male role in "What's Worth While?", had been playing leads in the Morosco Stock company of Los Angeles."
Schafer was married to actor Louis Calhern from 1934–42; they had no children. Long after their divorce, the two appeared together in the 1956 film "Forever, Darling".
Rhapsody is a 1954 American musical romance drama film directed by Charles Vidor and starring Elizabeth Taylor, Vittorio Gassman, John Ericson, and Louis Calhern.
The play was later adapted for the Warner Bros. film "The Man with Two Faces" (1934) starring Mary Astor, Louis Calhern, and Edward G. Robinson.
The film also featured John Ericson, Louis Calhern, Edmund Gwenn, S.Z. Sakall, Betta St. John, John Williams, Evelyn Varden and John Hoyt.
Frisco Jenny is a 1932 American Pre-Code drama film starring Ruth Chatterton and Louis Calhern, and directed by William A. Wellman.
The film was nominated for Academy Awards for Best Actor in a Leading Role (Louis Calhern) and Best Costume Design, Black-and-White.
The film critic of the "New York Times", Bosley Crowther wrote that "A few nice songs, some amiable clowning on the part of Louis Calhern and an eye-filling MGM production are the only ingredients worth mentioning."
The film starred Victor Moore, Ginger Rogers, Fred Allen, Marilyn Monroe, David Wayne, Eve Arden, Paul Douglas, Eddie Bracken, and Mitzi Gaynor. Co-stars included Louis Calhern, Zsa Zsa Gabor, James Gleason, Paul Stewart, and Jane Darwell.
The Man with a Cloak is a 1951 drama film directed by Fletcher Markle and starring Joseph Cotten, Barbara Stanwyck, Louis Calhern, and Leslie Caron, and based on "The Gentleman from Paris", a short story by John Dickson Carr.
The novel was adapted for the screen under the title "Rhapsody" in 1954. The film was directed by Charles Vidor, from a script by Ruth Gietz and Augustus Geotz, and featured Elizabeth Taylor, Vittorio Gassman, John Ericson, and Louis Calhern.
A film based on the stage musical was released in 1935 by Warner Brothers, directed by Mervyn LeRoy, and starred Irene Dunne as Adeline, Louis Calhern, Noah Berry and Hugh Herbert.
"Dorothy and Lillian Gish", John Chapman's review of the film: ""Miss [Dorothy] Gish and Mr. Calhern give the finest performances I have ever seen them in. She is a delight and a darling.""
Athena (1954) is a romantic musical comedy, starring Jane Powell, Edmund Purdom, Debbie Reynolds, Vic Damone, Louis Calhern, Steve Reeves, and Evelyn Varden, and released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
Blonde Crazy is a 1931 American Pre-Code romantic comedy-drama film by Roy Del Ruth, starring James Cagney, Joan Blondell, Noel Francis, Louis Calhern, Ray Milland, and Guy Kibbee known for Cagney's line, "That dirty, double-crossin' rat!"