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Lost Horizon (1937) -- High Lama

 

Conway (Ronald Colman) is introduced to the presence of the High Lama (Sam Jaffe) whose true identity he quickly deduces in Frank Capra's Lost Horizon, 1937, from the James Hilton novel.

 

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Lost Horizon (1937) -- Shangri-La

 

Robert Conway (Ronald Colman) and fellow crash survivors (Thomas Mitchell, Edward Everett Horton, John Howard and Isabel Jewell) are led into Shangri-La by Chang (H.B. Warner) in Frank Capra's Lost Horizon, 1937.

 

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Lost Horizon (1937) -- Where Civilization Ends

 

Big special effects as Robert (Ronald Colman) and George (John Howard) Conway and cohorts (Thomas Mitchell, Edward Everett Horton and Isabel Jewell) crash land beyond Tibet in Frank Capra's Lost Horizon, 1937.

 

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Random Harvest (1942) -- Accident

 

While in Liverpool to sell a story, Charles Rainier (Ronald Colman) is struck by a car and awakens into a new life in Random Harvest (1942), directed by Mervyn LeRoy.

 

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Random Harvest (1942) -- Necklace

 

Ronald Colman is the man who mistook his wife for a secretary in this scene from Random Harvest (1942).

 

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Random Harvest (1942) -- Release

 

Shell-shocked amnesia victim Ronald Colman leaves the asylum just as World War I ends in this scene from Random Harvest (1942), directed by Mervyn LeRoy.

 

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The Talk of the Town (1942) -- Joseph, The Gardener

 

Escaped convict Dilg (Cary Grant) reveals himself to Professor Lightcap (Ronald Colman) but is rescued by Nora (Jean Arthur) who announces that he's Joseph, the gardener, in George Stevens' The Talk of the Town, 1942.

 

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The Talk of the Town (1942) -- Michael Lightcap

 

Law professor Michael Lightcap (Ronald Colman) arrives early at the cottage of Nora (Jean Arthur) who has convict Dilg (Cary Grant) hidden in the attic in George Stevens' The Talk of the Town, 1942.

 

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The Talk of the Town (1942) -- Monumental Inefficiency

 

Professor Lightcap (Ronald Colman) expresses his displeasure with his reception then dismisses his new landlord Nora (Jean Arthur) in George Stevens' The Talk of the Town, 1942.

 

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