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Ann Blyth Movies: Singing and Emoting

Ann Blyth Farley Granger Our Very OwnAnn Blyth movies: TCM schedule on August 16, 2013 (image: 'Our Very Own' stars Ann Blyth and Farley Granger)

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3:00 AM ONE MINUTE TO ZERO (1952). Director: Tay Garnett. Cast: Robert Mitchum, Ann Blyth, William Talman. Black and white. 106 min.

5:00 AM ALL THE BROTHERS WERE VALIANT (1953). Director: Richard Thorpe. Cast: Robert Taylor, Stewart Granger, Ann Blyth. Color. 95 min.

6:45 AM THE KING'S THIEF (1955). Director: Robert Z. Leonard. Cast: Ann Blyth, Edmund Purdom, David Niven. Color. 79 mins. Letterbox Format.

8:15 AM ROSE MARIE (1954). Director: Mervyn LeRoy. Cast: Ann Blyth, Howard Keel, Fernando Lamas. Color. 104 mins. Letterbox Format.

10:00 AM THE GREAT CARUSO (1951). Director: Richard Thorpe. Cast: Mario Lanza, Ann Blyth, Dorothy Kirsten, Jarmila Novotna, Richard Hageman, Carl Benton Reid, Eduard Franz, Ludwig Donath, Alan Napier, Pál Jávor, Carl Milletaire, Shepard Menken, Vincent Renno, Nestor Paiva, Peter Price, Mario Siletti, Angela Clarke, Ian Wolfe, Yvette Duguay, Argentina Brunetti, George Chakiris, Mae Clarke, Stuart Holmes, Paul Harvey, Sherry Jackson, Minerva Urecal, Matt Moore. Color. 109 min.

12:00 PM BRUTE FORCE (1947). Director: Jules Dassin. Cast: Burt Lancaster, Hume Cronyn, Charles Bickford, Yvonne De Carlo, Ann Blyth, Ella Raines, Anita Colby, Sam Levene, Jeff Corey, John Hoyt, Jack Overman, Roman Bohnen, Vince Barnett, Jay C. Flippen, Richard Gaines, Frank Puglia, James Bell, Howard Duff, Art Smith, Whit Bissell, Ralph Brooks, Gino Corrado, Virginia Farmer, Charles McGraw, Edmond O'Brien, Glenn Strange, Ray Teal, . Black and white. 98 min.

1:45 PM KILLER MCCOY (1947). Director: Roy Rowland. Cast: Mickey Rooney, Brian Donlevy, Ann Blyth. Black and white. 104 min.

3:30 PM SLANDER (1957). Director: Roy Rowland. Cast: Van Johnson, Ann Blyth, Steve Cochran, Marjorie Rambeau, Richard Eyer, Harold J. Stone, Philip Coolidge, Lurene Tuttle, Lewis Martin, Dean Jones, Robert Carson, Lester Matthews. Black and white. 81 min.

5:00 PM MILDRED PIERCE (1945). Director: Michael Curtiz. Cast: Joan Crawford, Jack Carson, Zachary Scott, Jack Carson, Eve Arden, Bruce Bennett, Veda Ann Borg. Black and white. 111 min.

7:00 PM KISMET (1955). Director: Vincente Minnelli. Cast: Howard Keel, Ann Blyth, Dolores Gray. Color. 113 mins. Letterbox Format.

9:00 PM THE STUDENT PRINCE (1954). Director: Richard Thorpe. Cast: Ann Blyth, Edmund Purdom, John Ericson, Louis Calhern, Edmund Gwenn, S.Z. Sakall, Betta St. John, John Williams, Evelyn Varden, John Hoyt, Richard Anderson, Roger Alan, Steve Rowland, Chris Warfield, Gilbert Legay, Archer MacDonald, Charles Davis, John Qualen, Ivan Triesault, Mitchell Lewis, Beverly Wills, and the singing voice of Mario Lanza. Color. 107 mins. Letterbox Format.

11:00 PM THE HELEN MORGAN STORY (1957). Director: Michael Curtiz. Cast: Ann Blyth, Paul Newman, Richard Carlson, Gene Evans, Alan King, Cara Williams, Virginia Vincent, Walter Woolf King, Dorothy Green, Edward Platt, Warren Douglas, Sammy White, Jimmy McHugh, Rudy Vallee, Walter Winchell, Juanita Moore, Iris Adrian, Joe Besser, Betty Blythe, Creighton Hale, Stuart Holmes, Taylor Holmes, Donald Kerr, Leonid Kinskey, Matt Moore. Black and white. 118 mins. Letterbox Format.

1:15 AM OUR VERY OWN (1950). Director: Dave Miller. Cast: Ann Blyth, Farley Granger, Joan Evans. Black and white. 93 min.

Ann Blyth movie schedule via the TCM website. Ann Blyth and Farley Granger Our Very Own photo via Doctor Macro.

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