31 DAYS OF OSCAR: THE BEST OF THE H’S

Harvey (1950)

Only Jimmy Stewart could make us believe he could see a six-foot rabbit.


The Heiress (1949)

Spinster Olivia De Havilland is romanced by gold digger Montgomery Clift.  De Havilland won her second Best Actress Oscar.


Hold Back the Dawn (1941)

Surprisingly timely today, a Romanian dancer/gigolo (Boyer) finds out he cannot become a U.S. citizen for five to eight years, so he romances an American teacher (De Havilland) who is in Mexico on a field trip with her students.


How to Marry a Millionaire (1953)

The movie that made Marilyn Monroe a star.


The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1939)

One of the best adaptations of Victor Hugo’s classic novel.  Maureen O’Hara’s American movie debut.

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