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King Vidor

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La BohemeLa Boheme (1926)
Dir. King Vidor
Feat. Lillian Gish, John Gilbert, Renee Adoree
Silent film adaptation of the 1896 opera by Giacomo Puccini, with Lillian Gish starring alongside John Gilbert as doomed lovers Mimi and Rodolphe, a…
Show PeopleShow People (1928) Recommended
Dir. King Vidor
Feat. Marion Davies, William Haines, Dell Henderson
A satire of Hollywood life in the last of the silent years, this rom–com from director King Vidor (THE FOUNTAINHEAD) has Marion Davies playing…
Street SceneStreet Scene (1931) Recommended
Dir. King Vidor
Feat. Sylvia Sidney, William Collier, Jr., Estelle Taylor
Drama set over a single 24 hours on a city block in Hell's Kitchen, New York City. Describes a melting pot of gossip, jealousy, racism, adultery…
Bird of ParadiseBird of Paradise (1932)
Dir. King Vidor
Feat. Dolores Del Rio, Joel McCrea, John Halliday
Erotic adventure drama about a sailor who falls in love with a woman from an unnamed Pacific island where the film is set. Plenty of colonialist…
Our Daily BreadOur Daily Bread (1934)
Dir. King Vidor
Feat. Karen Morley, Tom Keene, Barbara Pepper
Another fascinating sociological drama from director King Vidor about a struggling couple during the Great Depression who move to the country and…
Texas Rangers, TheTexas Rangers, The (1936)
Dir. King Vidor
Feat. Fred MacMurray, Jack Oakie, Jean Parker
High–end, intricately plotted Western from King Vidor about three outlaws in a scheme to pose as Texas Rangers and gain the advantage in…
Stella DallasStella Dallas (1937) Recommended
Dir. King Vidor
Feat. Barbara Stanwyck, John Boles
Definitive family melodrama in which Barbara Stanwyck compels as the social–climbing Stella, ultimately driven to painful self–knowledge…
Wizard of Oz, TheWizard of Oz, The (1939) Aro Favourite
Dir. Victor Fleming, King Vidor
Feat. Judy Garland, Ray Bolger, Bert Lahr
The world's best loved film down through and across the generations, and a key cultural icon. MGM pulled out all the stops to realise L. Frank…
Northwest PassageNorthwest Passage (1940)
Dir. King Vidor
Feat. Spencer Tracy, Robert Young, Walter Brennan
Rousing adventure yarn set during the French–Indian war with Tracy and team opening up trade routes and leading raids. Splendid Technicolour…
An American RomanceAn American Romance (1944)
Dir. King Vidor
Feat. Brian Donlevy, Ann Richards, Walter Abel
Ambitious technicolour drama from director King Vidor about a European immigrant to the USA, who builds his fortune in the automobile industry, and…

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