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ACT OF VIOLENCE//MYSTERY STREET
Van Heflin, Robert Ryan, Ricardo Montalban, Sally Forrest. From the new Film Noir Classic Collection comes this double feature. The first film is about an ex-WWII pilot who is a respectable family man until his troubled bombadier shows up with a score to settle. The second feature is about a Boston cop solving a whodunit with the help of a Harvard forensic expert. (1948/50) (82/93min)

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BATTLE CRY
Van Heflin, Raymond Massey, Tab Hunter, Aldo Ray. Leon Uris' WWII story of Gls in the Pacific, directed by Raoul Wash. These Marines are going to go from training to the front lines, with time for romance in between. Dorothy Malone, Anne Francis, James Whitmore and Fess Parker co-star. CC. (1954) (149 min.)

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BIG BOUNCE
Ryan O'Neal, Leigh Taylor-Young, Van Heflin. A drifter tries to find solace working on a ranch but the owner's private secretary has an eye for him. (1969) (102min)

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BLACK WIDOW (1954)
Ginger Rodgers, Van Heflin, George Raft. A Broadway producer agrees to let a young woman who aspires to be a writer use his apartment to work during the day. But when his wife discovers the writer dead in the bathroom, the detective assigned to the case believes it to be a murder not a suicide. (1954) (95min)

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EAST SIDE, WEST SIDE
James Mason, Barbara Stanwyck, Van Heflin. A well-acted story of a New York City society couple suffering from marital woes. Nancy Davis (Reagan) also appears. (1949) (85 min.)

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THE GREATEST STORY EVER TOLD
Max von Sydow, Charlton Heston, John Wayne. The epic movie about the life of Christ featuring Shelley Winters, Angela Lansbury, Carroll Baker, Van Heflin, Sal Mineo and many more stars. Directed by George Stevens. CC. (1965) (141 min.)

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GREEN DOLPHIN STREET
Lana Turner. Van Heflin, Donna Reed, Frank Morgan. After stealing a man away from her shy sister, a beautiful woman is shocked to meet her husband's friend. The film is set in New Zealand in the 1800s. (1947) (141 min.)

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JOHNNY EAGER
Robert Taylor, Lana Turner, Edward Arnold, Van Heflin. Among the last of the great studio gangster films. Robert Taylor stars as Johnny, a racketeer trying to monopolize the local gambling operations. Turner is the society girl who falls for him and ends up being a pawn in his schemes. (1951) (107 min.)

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MADAME BOVARY
Jennifer Jones, James Mason, Van Heflin. Vincente Minnelli brings Flaubert's dreamy heroine to the screen in fine style. Great costumes and atmosphere, especially in the climactic ballroom scene. (1949) (114 min.)

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MY SON JOHN
Helen Hayes, Van Heflin, Robert Walker. From legendary Hollywood director Leo McCarey ("The Awful Truth") comes this classic drama about a conservative and religious married couple who suspects their son of being a communist. (1952) (122min)

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PATTERNS
Van Heflin, Everett Sloane, Ed Begley, Beatrice Straight. Ed Begley gives a startling performance in this drama about the power struggle in a company. (1956) (83 min.)

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POSSESSED
Joan Crawford, Van Heflin, Raymond Massey. To try and bring stability to her life, an unbalanced woman marries her employer, but she soon falls in love with another man. When he does not respond, she flies into a murderous rage. Crawford's performance earned an Academy Award nomination. (1947) (108 min.)

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