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Lux Radio Theater
Walter Pideon, Robert Taylor and Ruth Hussey in Flight Command
Walter Pidgeon, Norma Shearer and Adolph Menjou in The Last of Mrs. Cheyney
Walter Pidgeon, Donald Crisp, Maureen O'Hara, Roddy McDowall and Sara Allgood in How Green was My Valley
Walter Pidgeon and Judy Garland in A Star Is Born
Walter Pidgeon, Greer Garson and Susan Peters in Mrs. Miniver
Walter Pidgeon and Greer Garson in Madame Curie
Walter Pidgeon and Irene Dunne in Together Again
Walter Pidgeon and Deborah Kerr in Edward, My Son
Walter Pidgeon and Janet Leigh in The People Against O'Hara
Walter Pidgeon and Esther Williams in Million Dollar Mermaid
Screen Guild Theater
Walter Pidgeon and the rest of the film's cast in How Green Was My Valley
Walter Pidgeon and Olivia de Havilland in Remember the Day
Walter Pidgeon, Susan Hayward and John Carradine in Heaven Can Wait
Walter Pidgeon, Bette Davis and Paula Winslowe in Susan and God
Walter Pidgeon, Claudette Colbert and David Bruce in The Secret Heart
Walter Pidgeon, Clark Gable, John Hodiak, Van Johnson, Brian Donlevy and Edward Arnold in Command Decision
Theater Guild on the Air
Walter Pidgeon and Martha Scott in Seven Keys to Baldpate
This is the trailer for the sci-fi classic Forbidden Planet. Stars: Walter Pidgeon, Anne Francis, Leslie Nielsen and Robby the Robot.
Forbidden Planet is a 1956 science fiction film directed by Fred M. Wilcox, with a screenplay by Cyril Hume. It stars Walter Pidgeon, Anne Francis, and Leslie Nielsen. Forbidden Planet features special effects for which A. Arnold Gillespie, Irving G. Ries, and Wesley C. Miller were nominated for an Academy Award. It was the only major award nomination the film received. Forbidden Planet features the groundbreaking use of an all-electronic music musical score. It also featured "Robby the Robot," one of the first film robots that was more than just a mechanical "tin can" on legs; Robby displays a distinct personality and is a complete supporting character in the film.
Early in the 23rd century, the United Planets Cruiser C57-D travels to the planet Altair IV, 16 light-years from Earth, to discover the fate of an expedition sent 20 years earlier. Soon after entering orbit, the cruiser receives a transmission from Dr. Edward Morbius, the expedition's linguist. He warns the starship away, saying he cannot guarantee their safety; he also states further assistance is not necessary. Commander John J. Adams bypasses the warning and insists on landing coordinates.
They are met on landing by Robby the Robot, who takes Adams, Lieutenant Jerry Farman, and Lieutenant "Doc" Ostrow to Morbius's home. There, Morbius explains that an unknown "planetary force" killed nearly everyone and then vaporized their starship, Bellerophon, as the survivors tried to lift-off the planet. Only Morbius, his wife (who later died of natural causes), and their daughter Altaira were somehow immune. Morbius fears that the C57-D and its crew will meet the same fate; Altaira is fascinated to meet other Earthmen after knowing only her father.
The Last Time I Saw Paris (1954)
Elizabeth Taylor, Van Johnson, Walter Pidgeon and Donna Reed star in this woeful romance telling the saga of a broken marriage.
Murder on Flight 502 (1975)
This film falls firmly in the "So Bad You'll Love It" category.
After a plane takes off for London, a note is found in the airport saying that some people are going to be killed. And it is not long after that, that someone is killed. The captain (Robert Stack) tries to keep the passengers calm while the people on the ground do background checks on everyone and they learn that some of the passengers have history with one another. But it seems that there's a lot more going on.
Rogers and Hammerstein's Cinderella (1965)
The 1965 made-for-TV musical based on the classic fairy tale and set to a score by Rodgers and Hammerstein. Starring Lesley Ann Warren and Stuart Damon, with Celeste Holm, Jo Van Fleet, Walter Pidgeon, and Ginger Rogers as the Queen. Directed and produced by Charles S. Dubin. Written by Joseph Schrank and Charles Perrault. Originally broadcast on CBS.
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