The Alan Ladd Collection

13 West Street
    Starring: Alan Ladd & Rod Steiger

When the police fail to round up suspects, an electronics engineer tries to get revenge on the teens who assaulted him.

All The Young Men
    Starring: Alan Ladd, Sidney Poitier & James Darren

Fairly powerful men-uniting-in-battle story with an interesting cast, highlighted by Poitier in an early role. A tiny marine squadron overrun by the Chinese in the Korean War attempts to resist the numerous attackers. In their spare time, the men confront racial prejudice when a black man takes command.

The Blue Dahlia
    Starring: Alan Ladd, Veronica Lake, William Bendix,                        Howard DeSilva & Hugh Beaumont

When Johnny comes home from the navy he finds his wife Helen kissing her substitute boyfriend Eddie, the owner of the Blue Dahlia nightclub. Helen admits her drunkenness caused their son's death. He pulls a gun on her but decides she's not worth it. Later, Helen is found dead and Johnny is the prime suspect.

Boy on a Dolphin
    Starring: Alan Ladd & Sophia Loren

Diving in the Aegean Sea for sponges off Hydra, peasant girl Phaedra (Sophia Loren-irresistible singing & dancing in her trademark sexy manner) discovers a golden statue of a boy riding a bronze dolphin, chained to the body framework of a wrecked ship..Together with Rhif (Jorge Mistral) her lazy fisherman lover, Niko (Piero Giagnoni) her little brother & an English doctor Hawkins (Laurence Naismith) she tries to look for a rich American sponsor for the raising of the sunken statue (2,000 years old).

Captain Caution
    Starring: Alan Ladd, Victor Mature, Louise Platt 
                        & Leo Carrillo

When her father dies, a young girl helps a young man take command of the ship to fight the British during the war of 1812

Drum Beat
    Starring: Alan Ladd & Audrey Dalton

President Grant orders Indian fighter MacKay to negotiate with the Modocs of northern California and southern Oregon. On the way he must escort Nancy Meek to the home of her aunt and uncle. After Modoc renegade Captain Jack engages in ambush and other atrocities, MacKay must fight him one-on-one with guns, knives and fists.

Joan of Paris
    Starring: Alan Ladd, Michele Morgan & Paul Henreid

An RAF squadron is brought down over occupied France. The flyers get to Paris in spite of the fact that the youngest, Baby, is injured. He must be hidden and his wounds cared for. The Gestapo has already issued orders for their arrest.

One Foot in Hell
    Starring: Alan Ladd, Don Murray & Delores Michaels

Mitch Barrett becomes embittered because his wife is allowed to die when he can't pay for the medicine she needs. The remorseful townspeople hire Mitch to be a deputy sheriff, thereby enabling him to plot an elaborate bank robbery with the help of an artist, a pickpocket, a gunslinger and a bar-girl. In conjunction with the robbery, Mitch plans to avenge himself upon every man who hindered his purchase of a single bottle of medicine costing one dollar and eighty seven cents so many years ago.

    Starring: Alan Ladd, Leo Genn & Susan Stephen

Alan Ladd is the focus of this story based on the wartime raid on the German radar station at Bruneval. The raid was a combined services operation and the 2nd Battalion of the 1st Parachute Brigade was led by Major Frost, John (Major Snow). An RAF radar expert, Flight Sergeant C.W.H. Cox (Sergeant Box) accompanied the raiders to tell them what to take back to England.

Whispering Smith
    Starring: Alan Ladd, Robert Preston, William Demarest
Brenda Marshall

By far his next great Western after Shane, Alan Ladd starred in this exciting film about Whispering Smith, a hard-bitten railroad detective know for his grit and tenacity. When his longtime friend Murray is justifiably fired for stealing merchandise from train wrecks, Smith doesn't hesistate to go after his friend when Murray becomes involved with the gang responsbile for the train wrecks. Top-notch performances by Ladd and Robert Preston, who played Murray, plus an excellent script and stellar direction from Leslie Fenton, make this film a classic

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