The Thrill of It All (1963)

Beverly Boyer (Doris Day) is a happy housewife. Her husband Gerald is a successful doctor. They have two young children and a very nice, large house. All is well. One evening, while having dinner with one of Gerald’s patients, Beverly tells a cute story about her kids and their new love for “Happy Soap” — a product that just so happens to be made by … Continue reading The Thrill of It All (1963)

Shoot-Out at Medicine Bend (1957)

Captain Buff Devlin (Randolph Scott), Sergeant Johnny Maitland (James Garner), and Private Wilbur Clegg (Gordon Jones) have returned from the Union army, joining Devlin’s brother Dan (Ed Hinton) in the Nebraska settlement. When the men arrive, the community is under attack by a local Native American tribe. Dan attempts to protect himself and his family with a gun, but finds that the ammunition is defective, … Continue reading Shoot-Out at Medicine Bend (1957)

Duel at Diablo (1966)

Jess Remsberg (James Garner) is a man on a mission of revenge. His wife, a Comanche woman, has been killed. Jess suspects that the unknown murderer is one of Leiutenant Scotty McAllister’s (Bill Travers) men, but he doesn’t know exactly who. While crossing the harsh terrain of the old West, Jess comes across Ellen Grange (Bibi Andersson), whose horse has died. Ellen herself is in … Continue reading Duel at Diablo (1966)

How Sweet It Is! (1968)

Jenny (Debbie Reynolds) and Grif Henderson (James Garner) are parents to Davey (Donald Losby), a young man who is every bit the stereotypical “peace and love” ’60s teen. Grif doesn’t understand his son at all, while Jenny’s a bit overprotective of Davey. When Davey decides that he wants to follow his girlfriend Bootsie (Hilarie Thompson) on a summer tour of Europe, the worried Jenny hatches … Continue reading How Sweet It Is! (1968)