Greatest Classic Films: Best Picture Winners
Rick Blaine (Humphrey Bogart) "sticks his neck out for nobody". Then she (Ingrid Bergman) walks back into his life... with her Resistance-leader husband. "Our candidate for the best Hollywood movie of all time" (Leonard Maltin's Movie Guide), directed by Michael Curtiz.
One of Hollywood's most memorable spirit-lifters about an idealized England confronting the terror of World War II. Greer Garson (in a formidable Oscar-winning Best Actress title role performance), Walter Pidgeon and Teresa Wright star; William Wyler directs.
Thank heaven for the bubbly fun and glorious Lerner and Loewe music! Gigi (Leslie Caron) goes from girlishness to glamour and desires more than the lush life of suitor Louis Jourdan. With Maurice Chevalier and Hermione Gingold.
An American In Paris
Gene Kelly plays an ex-GI who loves Paris and an alluring (but engaged) shop clerk (Leslie Caron in her beguiling screen debut). Dazzling dances and a stunning ballet finale are spun around songs and music by the Gershwins.