Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Full Film,Affair in Trinidad,Starring Rita Hayworth

Affair in Trinidad (1952) is a film produced by Hayworth's Beckworth Corporation, released by Columbia Pictures, and starring Rita Hayworth and Glenn Ford. It is notable as Hayworth's "comeback" film after four years away from Columbia, as a re-teaming of the Gilda (1946) co-stars, and for a fiery opening number danced bare-footed by Hayworth to calypso music. Hayworth's singing voice is dubbed by Jo Ann Greer, who later also sang for her in Miss Sadie Thompson and Pal Joey. The film's gross take at the box office exceeded Gilda's by one million dollars.


The film is set in Trinidad while it was still a British colony. Chris Emery (Rita Hayworth) works as a nightclub singer and dancer. One night after her performance she receives news from Inspector Smythe (Torin Thatcher) and Anderson (Howard Wendell), a member of the American consulate, that her husband Neil was found dead. She is comforted by Neil's friend Max Fabian (Alexander Scourby).
Initially, the police conclude that Neil committed suicide based on his gunshot wound and due to a pistol at the crime scene. On further investigation they discover that Neil was in fact murdered. Inspector Smythe and Anderson take Chris into confidence and inform her that Neil's boat was seen outside Fabian's property at the time of his murder. Chris learns that Fabian is in fact a crook who has built his fortune by trading information and aiding in treason and that Neil could have been murdered due to his involvement in Fabian's latest project. Chris agrees to exploit Fabian's love for her to gather information for the police.
Meanwhile Neil's brother Steve Emery (Glenn Ford) arrives in Trinidad at the request of his brother who had written to him about a prospective job. He is shocked to learn that his brother committed suicide shortly after writing to him and sets out to investigate matters on his own. After the inquest Chris and Steve spend some time together. Though she starts falling in love with Steve, Chris is unable to reveal to him her motive behind getting friendly with Fabian.
As Chris inches closer to discovering the truth about Fabian, Steve gathers proof of Fabian's involvement in Neil's death. This leads to a showdown in the climax.


Rita Hayworth Biography

Conspiracy Theories - The Death Of Marilyn Monroe

In 1962, Marilyn Monroe was found dead in her California home. While the coroner ruled her death a probable suicide, there was minimal investigation and rumours of conspiracy and cover-up persist to this day.

Marilyn Monroe was more than a star, she was living legend. Could a single bottle of pills have erased her from our screens forever? Inside Marilyn Monroe's body was a massive overdose of sleeping pills, but no-one knows how they got there. Indeed there was nothing in her stomach to indicate that she had swallowed anything poisonous. "The Death Of Marilyn Monroe" re-opens this intriguing mystery and recreates Marilyn's final "set"in an attempt to answer the much asked question, did this American icon die by her own hand, or by that of another?

Marilyn Monroe "Marilyn on Marilyn Documentary"

Full Film,Harem,1986 Starring Ava Gardner,Sarah Miles

Harem (1986):
Director: William Hale
Writer: Karol Ann Hoeffner
Casts: Nancy Travis, Art Malik, Sarah Miles, Omar Sharif
Country: USA
Language: English
Genres: Drama | Romance
Info: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0091174/

Harem (1986) Summary:
Nancy Travis (Jessica), a young British girl, goes off to Arabia with her father to be with her fiance when he's called there suddenly on diplomatic duty. On a tourist journey she's kidnapped by what appears to be a Beduion tribe and sold into the harem of the Sultan. The man that took her captive is not actually a Beduion but an Oxford educated revolutionary who traded Jessica for the release of his friends from the Sultan's prison. As her fiance struggles to free her from the harem he inadvertently hires the very man who put her there to get her out. Meanwhile, Jessica is fending of the Sultan's advances and coming to know a new way of life. Romance, political intrigue, and the jealousies of the harem all threaten Jessica's narrow view of the world. If she escapes will she actually be able to return to life in Victorian England?