Ginger ROGERS in A SHRIEK IN THE NIGHT Rival reporters Pat Morgan (Ginger Rogers) and Ted Rand are always trying to out-scoop each other on stories. The latest involves the mysterious death of a philanthropist who fell to his death after a shriek was heard from his penthouse apartment. The two reporters start out as rivals but combine efforts to solve the crime and write the story when more residents of the apartment building turn up dead. Year: 1933 | Director: Albert Ray | Cast: Ginger Rogers, Lyle Talbot, Harvey Clark. Elizabeth TAYLOR in THE LAST TIME I SAW PARIS After an absence of two years, Charles Wills returns to his favorite bar and reminisces about his love affair with Helen Ellswirth (Elizabeth Taylor) at the end of World War II. Charles was an army Lieutenant writing for Stars and Stripes at the time and she the daughter of a one-time rich man who has always lived a life of luxury. He is level-headed and serious while she is fun loving and carefree but they eventually marry and have a daughter, but it doesn t change Helen s lifestyle. Growing ever more frustrated with his inability to get published, Charles also begins to drink heavily and he and Helen quickly grow apart. Following a tragedy, Charlie leaves but is now back in Paris not knowing what the future may hold. Year: 1954 | Director: Richard Brooks | Cast: Elizabeth Taylor, Roger Moore, Van Johnson, Donna Reed, Eva Gabor, Walter Pidgeon. Marilyn MONROE in HOME TOWN STORY Embittered Blake Washburn becomes a newspaper editor to attack big business manufacturer MacFarland, who he blames for losing his re-election campaign. Then tragedy strikes when Blake s kid sister Katie is trapped in a cave-in, and new technology developed by MacFarland aids in her rescue. This forces Blake to re-evaluate his views on big business. Marilyn Monroe, in one of her first films, really shines as Washburn s secretary. Year: 1951 | Director: Arthur Pierson | Cast: Marilyn Monroe, Jeffrey Lynn, Alan Hale Jr., Donald Crisp, Marjorie Reynolds. Ava GARDNER in WHISTLE STOP After living for years in Chicago, Mary (Ava Gardner) travels back to the tiny hamlet where she grew up. There she reconnects with her old flame, the hapless Kenny and discovers that, in the years since they last met, he has developed a crippling gambling addiction. When debonair hotelier Lew takes an interest in Mary, she welcomes the successful man s advances only to find herself trapped between two jealous suitors who would kill for her. Year: 1946 | Director: Leonide Moguy | Cast: Ava Gardner, George Raft, Victor McLaglen, Tom Conway. Judy GARLAND in TILL THE CLOUDS ROLL BY On the success of his latest and most elaborate Broadway musical Show Boat , composer Jerome Kern reminisces to his chauffeur about his life that led to this point. He talks about: his long time friendship with arranger James Hessler who in large part helped him hone his craft, how he overcame the mentality of the time of Broadway producers of featuring the English music halls revues, how he met an English country lass named Eva Leale, his longtime friendship with Hessler s daughter, Sally Hessler, whose want to be a Broadway performer led to a certain estrangement and the specific events that led to the creation of Show Boat with lyricist Oscar Hammerstein II. Judy Garland performs two special numbers as Marilyn Miller. Year: 1946 | Directors: Richard Whorf, Vincente Minnelli (uncredited) | Cast: Judy Garland, Robert Walker, Van Heflin, Lucille Bremer.