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20,000 YEARS IN SING SING
Spencer Tracy, Bette Davis, Arthur Byron. This early film from veteran Hollywood director Michael Curtiz ("Casablanca") tells the story of a tough guy who takes the rap after his girlfriend kills a man to save him. (1933) (78min)

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THE ACTRESS
Spencer Tracy, Jean Simmons, Teresa Wright. From the great Hollywood director George Cukor comes this screen adaptation of Ruth Gordon's autobiographical play "Years Ago," on video for the first time. It's the story of a seventeen-year-old girl who yearns to be an actress against her father's wishes. (1953) (90min)

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ADAM'S RIB (B&W)
Spencer Tracy, Katharine Hepburn, Tom Ewell, Judy Holliday. One of the screen's great classics. The team of Tracy and Hepburn play husband and wife lawyers on opposite sides of the same case. George Cukor directed this extremely witty and clever film that is arguably the best by the great screen duo. (1949) (101 min.)

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BAD DAY AT BLACK ROCK
Spencer Tracy, Robert Ryan, Lee Marvin. When a one-armed man disembarks from a train in a small desert town, his presence serves as a catalyst that causes a chain reaction of fear and violence. What secret are they trying to cover up here? (1954) (82 min.)

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BIG CITY
Spencer Tracy, Luise Rainer, Charley Grapewin. Joe Benton is an independent cabdriver. He and his fellow independents are constantly harassed by drivers from the Comet Taxi Company, which has hired ruffians to steal business from the independents. When a coincidence makes Joe's foreign-born wife Anna appear guilty of murder and sabotage in the bombing of Comet's garage, the district attorney's office decides to deport her as a means of leveraging an end to the taxi wars. But Joe and his pals find unexpected help in their efforts to save Anna and to make their livings in peace. (1937) (80min)

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BOYS TOWN
Spencer Tracy, Mickey Rooney. Henry Hull. The moving story of the priest who founded Boys Town as a place where juvenile delinquents could have a chance in life. Tracy won an Oscar for his role as Father Flanagan, and Mickey Rooney is outstanding as the toughest kid there. (1938) (96 min.)

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CAPTAINS COURAGEOUS
Spencer Tracy, Freddie Bartholomew, Melvyn Douglas. An all-star cast brings to life this Kipling saga of a rich kid who falls from a steamship and is rescued by fishermen. They teach him the value of hard work and real friendship. Timeless tale of a boy discovering what it means to be a man. (1937) (118 min.)

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CASS TIMBERLANE
Spencer Tracy, Lana Turner, Zachary Scott, Tom Drake. The Sinclair Lewis story of a romance that scandalizes a Minnesota town. A lonely widowed judge marries a young woman from the wrong side of the tracks. She tries to fit in with his stuffy society friends, but things do not go well. (1947) (119 min.)

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DANTE'S INFERNO
Spencer Tracy, Claire Trevor, Henry B. Walthall. The tale of a carnival owner who gets too big for his own good and is shown the paradise of Satan. Catch a young Rita Hayworth dancing in one scene! (1935) (88 min.)

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DESK SET
Katharine Hepburn, Spencer Tracy, Gig Young, Joan Blondell. With Kate as the head of research at a top TV network, and Spencer as the new efficiency expert hired to computerize operations, you know there's going to be a clash of wills. The sparks will fly in this screwball comedy classic directed by Walter Lang. CC. (1957) (103 min.)

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THE DEVIL AT 4 O'CLOCK
Spencer Tracy, Frank Sinatra, Jean-Pierre Aumont. Explosive South Pacific drama as an old priest and three convicts attempt to rescue people from a volcanic eruption. (1961) (126 min.)

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DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE
Spencer Tracy, Ingrid Bergman, Lana Turner, Donald Crisp. A Robert Louis Stevenson classic with great stars, focusing on the emotional rather than the physical horror. (1941) (114 min.)

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