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Far from the Madding Crowd
The classic story, by Thomas Hardy, of a beautiful woman pursued by three suitors.
A Farewell to Arms
A haunting World War I love story. From Ernest Hemingway.
Fat Man and Little Boy
Factual drama about the U.S. development of the atomic bomb. Starring Paul Newman.
Cary Grant wants to sit out WW II as a beach bum on an island in the Pacific, but he soon finds himself guarding Leslie Caron and seven schoolgirls. Oscar-winning script by Peter Stone and Frank Tarloff.
A Few Good Men
Two young Marines stand accused of murder. Cast: Tom Cruise, Demi Moore, Jack Nicholson, Kevin Bacon. Directed by Rob Reiner.
The use of flashbacks is used to retell a combat mission in Italy during WW II. Starring Sterling Hayden.
The Fighting Seabees
World War II has begun and the Pacific Islands are overrun by murderous Japanese troops. When casualties mount, Wedge Donovan fights the army bigwigs to allow his workers to carry arms. After taking his men through the required combat training, Wedge (John Wayne) creates and leads the wars newest fighting force -- The Seabees.
The Third Fleet carrier force races toward the Japanese-held Philippines. Their mission is to initiate an all-out air strike to regain control of the embattled islands. Starring Sterling Hayden
For Whom the Bell Tolls
The great screen romance during the Spanish Civil War. From Ernest Hemingway. Starring Gary Cooper and Ingrid Bergman.
A Hitchcock spy thriller. Charles Bennett and Joan Harrison were Original Screenplay nominees.
From the Terrace
An ambitious young executive climbs to the top. Starring Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward.
The Fugitive Kind
Valentine Xavier is an "entertainer" in New Orleans, who plays a guitar given to him by Leadbelly; but when he runs afoul of the law one too many times, he vows to quit the scene and start anew elsewhere. From Tennessee Williams. Starring Marlon Brando and Joanne Woodward. Director: Sidney Lumet.