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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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THE BEST YEARS OF OUR LIVES
Fredric March, Dana Andrews, Myrna Loy, Hoagy Carmichael. The fabulous screen adaptation of MacKinlay Kantor's book about three WWII vets who return home and try to adapt to civilian life. Also appearing in this wonderful drama are Harold Russell (Oscar winner), Teresa Wright and Virginia Mayo. (1946) (172 min.)

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CASANOVA BROWN
Gary Cooper, Teresa Wright, Frank Morgan, Anita Louise. Gary Cooper ends up stealing his own baby when he finds out that his estranged wife is going to put the child up for adoption. (1944) (94 min.)

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THE CAPTURE
Lew Ayres, Teresa Wright, Victor Jory. A Hollywood classic about a manager of an oil company in Mexico who decides to hunt down the thieves who hijacked the company bankroll. (1950) (91min)

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ENCHANTMENT
David Niven, Teresa Wright, Evelyn Keyes, Farley Granger. A melodrama with an elderly Niven remembering his own tragic love as his great-niece becomes romantically involved with the character played by Granger. (1948) (102 min.)

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THE LITTLE FOXES
Bette Davis, Herbert Marshall, Teresa Wright. William Wyler's film adaptation of the Lillian Hellman play about a Southern family on a financial downslide learning about greed and corruption. Produced a prequel, Another Part of the Forest (1941) (116 min.)

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THE MEN
Marlon Brando, Jack Webb, Teresa Wright. Brando's screen debut as paraplegic ex-GI trying to adjust to life in a wheelchair. Can his fiancee shake him out of his doldrums before he withdraws from the world forever? (1950) (85 min.)

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MRS. MINIVER
Greer Garson, Walter Pidgeon, Teresa Wright. Winner of seven Oscars, including Best Picture, Best Director and Best Actress, this is a powerful story of an English family coping with the horrors of war. The film's stirring final speech will send chills up and down your spine. (1942) (135 min.)

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ROSELAND
Lou Jacobi, Teresa Wright, Geraldine Chaplin. A moving dramatic trilogy set in New York's grand old Roseland Ballroom that tells the stories of the people who found themselves attracted there. Directed by James Ivory. (1977) (103 min.)

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SHADOW OF A DOUBT
Teresa Wright, Joseph Cotten. Young Charlie is a girl who was named after her beloved uncle. Now he's come to visit, and she's horrified to find out that her namesake may be the man wanted by the police for a series of murders. (1942) (108 min.)

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SOMETHING TO LIVE FOR
Joan Fontaine, Ray Milland, Teresa Wright. From the great Hollywood director George Stevens ("Giant,""A Place in the Sun") comes this classic melodrama about a famous actress who descends into alcoholism. A reformed drinker comes to her rescue and the two lost souls fall in love, but her rescuer is married. (1952) (89min)

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THE STEEL TRAP
Joseph Cotten, Teresa Wright, Jonathan Hale. Classic thriller about a bank manager who decides to rob the bank on a Friday and skip town to Brazil. But when his wife disapproves of his plan, he has to break into the bank to return the stolen money before Monday morning. (1952) (85min)

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