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Jeanette Macdonald San Francisco Earthquake
Classic MGM spectacle is highlighted by remarkable re-enactment of the 1906 San Francisco earthquake. What's more, this romantic drama includes an engaging story as well.
San Francisco – Military – U.S. Navy . Drive to Build a Dewey Monument in San Francisco – 1899; Navy Operations During the 1906 Earthquake and Fire
The Barbary Coast was a red-light district during the second half of the 19th and early 20th centuries in San Francisco which featured dance halls, concert saloons, bars, jazz clubs, variety shows, and brothels.
San Francisco’s rolling hills, fog and bridges have called out to Hollywood filmmakers for years, and many of them have ventured north the three hundred miles or so to shoot their films in ‘Baghdad by the Bay’.
San Francisco is een stad in de Amerikaanse staat Californië en het hart van de San Francisco Bay Area.San Francisco is de vierde stad van Californië, na Los Angeles, San Diego en San Jose.
W.S. Van Dyke, byname of Woodbridge Strong Van Dyke II, (born March 21, 1889, San Diego, California, U.S.—died February 5, 1943, Los Angeles, California), American director who was a reliable craftsman known for his quick and efficient style of shooting.
Actor: PAUL MUNI in "The Story of Louis Pasteur", Gary Cooper in "Mr. Deeds Goes to Town", Walter Huston in "Dodsworth", William Powell in "My Man Godfrey", Spencer Tracy in "San Francisco"
Want to know the best Clark Gable movies? How about the worst Clark Gable movies? Curious about Clark Gable’s box office grosses or which Clark Gable movie picked up the most Oscar® nominations? Need to know which Clark Gable movie got the best reviews from critics and audiences and which got ...
100 Years at the Movies Part 1 : This short film, 100 Years at the Movies (1994), a Turner Classic Movies (TCM) Production, was compiled by film-maker Chuck Workman to celebrate "100 Years at the Movies" for the 1994 Academy Awards show.
25. 2012 (2009) Roland Emmerich became Hollywood’s king of disaster in the 1990s — mainly by cross-breeding the genre with alien and monster pictures, like Independence Day and Godzilla.