31 DAYS OF OSCAR: THE BEST OF THE F’S

Fanny (1961)

Cinematographer Jack Cardiff captures the beauty of Marseille, France.


Father of the Bride (1950)

Spencer Tracy has to say goodbye to only daughter Elizabeth Taylor as she gets married and moves out.


Forbidden Planet (1956)

Watch Leslie Nielsen in his early dramatic career.


Foreign Correspondent (1940)

Alfred Hitchcock’s second American film.  Watch for a spectacular airplane crash in the final act.


42nd Street (1933)

Watch how a Broadway musical is made.


The French Connection (1971)

Gene Hackman (who recently celebrated his 87th! birthday) won an Oscar for his portrayal of a police officer who always tries to get his man.


Fury (1936)

Spencer Tracy is falsely accused of murder and is nearly burned alive by a local mob.  An indictment of mob mentality.

 

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