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Liked on YouTube: 1955 GMC Suburban Pickup Rescue. One of 300 Made…My Dream Truck (CTR-179)

This is the most-rare 1955-1959 Chevy or GMC Truck in existence. Bar None. This one was going to be scrapped in 19- days if Classic Truck Rescue hadn’t saved it…..I’ll be keeping this one…..Its my Unicorn….and my Blessing. P.S. Don’t watch it past the closing credits unless you want to just hang out with Jamie and I talking about mystery boxes.
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Liked on YouTube: Shield for Murder – Film Noir/Crime Drama – 1954

Corrupt cop Barney Nolan (Edmond O’Brien) is hard up for cash, so he shoots a bookie, relieves him of $25,000 and makes it look like an accident. Unbeknownst to Nolan, however, the entire episode is witnessed by a deaf-mute from across the street. While Nolan struggles to keep the crime a secret from his girlfriend, Patty Winters (Marla English), a series of loose ends pop up, and Nolan soon learns that, although committing a crime is easy, getting away with it is murder…

via YouTube https://youtu.be/sQMaxNdw0_4

Liked on YouTube: The Night of the Hunter (9/11) Movie CLIP – He Ain’t My Dad (1955) HD

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Ms. Cooper (Lillian Gish) takes to arms when Mr. Powell (Robert Mitchum) tries to take the kids away.

Adapted by James Agee from a novel by Davis Grubb, The Night of the Hunter represented legendary actor Charles Laughton’s only film directing effort. Combining stark realism with Germanic expressionism, the movie is a brilliant good-and-evil parable, with “good” represented by a couple of farm kids and a pious old lady, and “evil” literally in the hands of a posturing psychopath. Imprisoned with thief Ben Harper (Peter Graves), phony preacher Harry Powell (Robert Mitchum) learns that Ben has hidden a huge sum of money somewhere near his home. Upon his release, the murderously misogynistic Powell insinuates himself into Ben’s home, eventually marrying his widow Willa (Shelley Winters). Eventually all that stands between Powell and the money are Ben’s son (Billy Chapin) and daughter (Sally Jane Bruce), who take refuge in a home for abandoned children presided over by the indomitable, scripture-quoting Rachel Cooper (Lillian Gish). The war of wills between Mitchum and Gish is the heart of the film’s final third, a masterful blend of horror and lyricism. Laughton’s tight, disciplined direction is superb — and all the more impressive when one realizes that he intensely disliked all child actors. The music by Walter Schumann and the cinematography of Stanley Cortez are every bit as brilliant as the contributions by Laughton and Agee. Overlooked on its first release, The Night of the Hunter is now regarded as a classic.

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Cast: Billy Chapin, Robert Mitchum, Sally Jane Bruce, Gloria Castillo, Lillian Gish
Directors: Charles Laughton, Robert Mitchum, Terry Sanders
Producer: Paul Gregory
Screenwriters: Davis Grubb, James Agee, Charles Laughton

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