The Ronald Reagan Collection

The Angels Wash Their Faces
    Starring: Ronald Reagan, Ann Sheridan
                        & The Dead End Kids

A young man just released from a reformatory moves to a new neighborhood with his sister, intending to start a new life. However, he gets mixed up with the local mob boss and corrupt politicians, soon finds himself being framed for an arson and murder he didn't commit.

Boy Meets Girl
    Starring: Ronald Reagan, James Cagney, Ralph Bellamy, Pat O'Brien,
                        Marie Wilson & Penny Singleton

Two lazy screenwriters need a story for the studio's cowboy star. A studio waitress turns out to be pregnant. This gives them the idea for a movie about a cowboy and a baby. The waitress's baby becomes the star. The cowboy and his agent run off with the waitress and her valuable asset. The writers retaliate by hiring an unemployed extra to impersonate the baby's father. But the extra already knows the waitress.

Brother Rat & A Baby
    Starring: Ronald Reagan, Jane Wyman, Eddie Albert,
                    Priscilla Lane & Arthur Treacher

In the sequel to “Brother Rat”, the guys graduate from Virginia Military Institute. When  Bing has a chance to return to VMI as a football coach, everyone pitches in to secure him the position. However, a baby has been added to the mix, along with an over bearing General, and, of course, hilarious situations.

Desperate Journey
    Starring: Ronald Reagan,
Errol Flynn, Nancy Coleman,                         Arthur Kennedy & Alan Hale

Five Allied pilots struggle for survival after crashing behind enemy lines in Nazi-occupied Poland.

Going Places
    Starring: Ronald Reagan, Dick Powell, Anita Louise
                        & Louis Armstrong

Mr. Mason is a salesman at Detridge & Frome who wants to advertise their line of riding clothes. Since they have the rights to famous jockey Peter Randall, who is in Australia, Peter will impersonate him at the Steeple Chase. At the event, he is invited to a party by Cora and sees young Ellen. Since all Ellen and Peter have in common is horses, he continues the charade to woo her. But two gamblers named Maxie and Duke, try to make money on the race by fixing him up with the wild 'Jeepers Creepers'. That horse can jump high and run like the wind, but he will only calm down enough to be ridden when Gabriel plays his trumpet.

John Loves Mary
    Starring: Ronald Reagan, Patricia Neal, Jack Carson
                    & Edward Arnold

John Lawrence (Ronald Reagan) is a returning GI. Mary McKinley (Patricia Neal in her film debut) is the girl he left behind. But their reunion will have to wait: John has returned with cockney war bride Lilly Herbish (Virginia Field) in tow. It seems that John married Lilly as a favor to get her into the U.S., intending to divorce her so that she can wed her true love, John's old pal Fred Taylor (Jack Carson). Alas, Taylor has gotten married himself in the interim—and now John is stuck with Lillie. Somewhat cleaned up from Norman Krasna stage original, John Loves Mary is otherwise faithful to its source, right down to the all-smiles curtain call at the end.

Juke Girl
    Starring: Ronald Reagan, Ann Sheridan, Gene Lockhart.
                    Alan Hale & George Tobias

Danny and Steve are migrant farm workers who wind up in Cat Tail, Florida. Cat Tail is run by Madden Packing and Danny works for Madden while Steve works for the underdog farmer named Nick. After the Tomato crop is destroyed by Madden, Steve takes Nick, Lola and the next crop to Atlanta where they sell it for big money. Danny is going up with Madden and thinks Steve is a sucker for working in the dirt. Lola stays in Atlanta while Nick and Steve go back to Cat Tail and the real trouble begins.

Kings Row
    Starring: Ronald Reagan,
Ann Sheridan,
                    Robert Cummings, Claude Raines
                        & Charles Coburn

Five children in an apparently ideal American small town find their lives changing as the years pass near the turn of the century in 1900. Parris and Drake, both of whom have lost their parents, are best friends; Parris dreams of becoming a doctor, studying under the father of his sweetheart Cassie, while Drake plans on becoming a local businessman when he receives his full inheritance - juggling girlfriends in the meantime. As they become adults, the revelations of local secrets threaten to ruin their hopes and dreams.


Lost Aviation Films Double Feature

Recognition of the Japanese Zero Fighter
    Starring: Ronald Reagan, Art Gilmore, Harvey Stephens & Craig Stevens

Military training film on the characteristics, capabilities, weaknesses, and recognition of the World War II Japanese fighter aircraft known as the Zero. Told through a well acted dramatization. Quite a feet for a WWII US propaganda film.

Thunder in The Sky

    Narrated by Jimmy Stewart

Documentary about the USAF Thunderbird Unit, with excellent footage of their ariel acrobatic maneuvers, and the story of how the unit began.


Night Unto Night
    Starring: Ronald Reagan, Viveca Linfors
                        & Broderick Crawford

John, a young scientist suffering from epilepsy meets Ann, who is recovering from the loss of her husband. Both John and Ann head to the coast of Florida for rest and relaxation, and it is here that they fall in love. While John and Ann contend with their individual afflictions and private demons, their mutual friend Shawn dispenses philosophical advice.

Shorts Showcase: Classic Stars, Classic Films
Each Volume of  “ Shorts Showcase “ gives you almost 2 hours of those classic mini – films & those classic stars, that were a part of every movie showing, from an era now lost.

Volume 3:
    The Mouse-Merized Cat – Starring Abbott & Costello
    Hi De Ho – Starring Cab Calloway
    One Way Out – Starring Charlie Lawerence & Thelma White
    Crazy House – Starring Benny Rubin & Vernon Dent
    Buried Loot – Starring Robert Taylor
    Roaring Guns – Starring Robert Payne & Virginia Patton
    Beyond the Line of Duty – Starring Ronald Reagan & Capt Hewitt Wheless
    A Gun in His Hand – Starring Tom Trout & Richard Gaines

Stallion Road
    Starring: Ronald Reagan, Alexis Smith & Zachary Scott

A dedicated veterinarian and a novelist friend vie for the affection of a female horse rancher

That Hagen Girl
    Starring: Ronald Reagan, Shirley Temple, Rory Calhoun
                        & Lois Maxwell


Mary Hagen lives in a small town in Ohio and goes to Jordon Junior College. For years, there had been whispers, rumors and gossip about who are her real parents. When Tom Bates returns to town, he takes over the house and practice that Judge Merrivale left him when he died. As Tom has been away a number of years, this leads to more gossip and Mary believes that he is her father. The popular and rich Ken loves Mary, but his family and friends constantly remind him that she is 'not one of us'. Julia, a teacher at school encourages Mary but Mary cannot get a break in anything she does, or is accused of doing. Tom knows the answer to her true identity, and he is silent.


Tugboat Annie Sails Again
    Starring: Ronald Reagan, Jane Wyman, Alan Hale
                    & Marjorie Rambeau

Now-widowed Tugboat Annie, tugboat queen of the Northwest, struggles to save her job against the competition of rival Captain Bullwinkle.

The Voice of the Turtle
    Starring: Ronald Reagan, Eleanor Parker & Eve Arden

(Also released as “ One for the Book “ ) Budding actress Sally Middleton agrees to a date with Bill Page, a soldier on a weekend pass, after he's stood up by her worldly friend, Olive. When Bill has a problem getting a hotel room, he ends up spending the weekend with Sally at her apartment. Both have to fight temptation as they become attracted to one another.

The Winning Team
    Starring: Ronald Reagan & Doris Day

Based on a true story, Ronald Reagan stars as Grover Cleveland Alexander, a former worker for the telephone company whose hobby is pitching baseball. Recruited by the Philadelphia Nationals, Alexander rises to stardom while only losing about 200 games over twenty years. After playing with the Nationals, "Alex the Great," as he was known, was traded to the Chicago Cubs, and later, to the St. Louis Cardinals where he was befriended by Frank Lovejoy who plays the manager. Doris Day is exceptional as his beautiful and loyal wife, Aimee.



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