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42ND STREET (B&W)
Dick Powell, Ruby Keeler, Ginger Rogers. Classic first Busby Berkeley movie. Sensational production numbers. This is one of the most imitated musicals ever and features songs such as Shuffle Off to Buffalo, Young and Healthy, and 42nd Street. (1957)

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THE BAD AND THE BEAUTIFUL
Kirk Douglas, Lana Turner, Walter Pidgeon, Dick Powell. Take an inside look at Hollywood and how ambition twists the lives of those who seek stardom and power. Winner of 5 Academy Awards, including Best Supporting Actress for Gloria Grahame. The cast also includes Barry Sullivan and Gilbert Roland. CC. (1952) (123 min.)

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CHRISTMAS IN JULY
Dick Powell, Ellen Drew, Ernest Truex, William Demarest. Pauper Dick Powell thinks he has won $25,000 for his coffee slogan and goes on a wild spending spree. The question is: did he really win a prize, or is this whole thing just a bad joke? All-time great comedy written and directed by Preston Sturges. (1940) (67 min.)

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CORNERED (B&W)
Dick Powell, Walter Slezak. High-tension drama with Powell in peak form as a tough, two-fisted man in Buenos Aires seeking vengeance on the maniac who killed his wife and others during WWII. (1945) (102 min.)

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CRY DANGER
Dick Powell, Rhonda Fleming, William Conrad. The day has finally come for an innocent man who is going to be released from prison. And he has only two things on his mind: finding the people responsible for setting him up and finding the missing loot. (1951) (80 min.)

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FLIRTATION WALK
Dick Powell Ruby Keeler, Pat O'Brien. Dick Dorcy, Army private, is trying hard to earn his officer rank at West Point ... as well as mend his broken heart. But the general's daughter is not going to make it easy. She's determined to sing her way back into his heart. (1934) (98 min.)

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FOOTLIGHT PARADE
James Cagney, Joan Blondell, Ruby Keeler, Dick Powell. In this Busby Berkeley spectacular, Cagney plays a stage director who puts on the most elaborate musicals ever. It features not one, not two, but three incredible finales. (1933) (118 min.)

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GOLDIGGERS OF 1933
Joan Blondell, Dick Powell, Ruby Keeler. One of the very great filmed Broadway musicals. The superb cast also includes Ginger Rogers, and Busby Berkeley is responsible for the dance numbers. (1933) (100 min.)

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GOLDIGGERS OF 1935
Dick Powell, Adolphe Menjou, Gloria Stuart. Busby Berkeley returns with even more of his trademark precision production numbers in this gigantic musical. Songs include the Oscar-winning Lullaby of Broadway. (1935) (95 min.)

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GOLD DIGGERS of 1937
Dick Powell, Joan Blondell, Victor Moore. Another extravaganza with musical numbers created by Busby Berkeley and a story about an insurance agent with musical ambitions and a showgirl turned stenographer. (1936) (101min)

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HOLLYWOOD HOTEL
Dick Powell, Rosemary Lane, Hugh Herbert. This Busby Berkeley classic on video for the first time is the story of a newcomer to Hollywood caught between a spoiled star and her look-alike. Featuring the song "Hooray for Hollywood." (1937) (109min)

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IN THE NAVY
Bud Abbott, Lou Costello, Dick Powell, The Andrews Sisters. How did these guys get in the Navy? Well, they're in and Lou is having hallucinations. He starts playing captain and nearly destroys the entire fleet! Songs by Dick Powell and the Andrews Sisters. (1941) (85 min.)

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