Any Number Can Win (1949): LeRoy’s Gambling Melodrama, Starring Clark Gable and Alexis Smith

Clark Gabe could have played in his sleep his stereotypical part as a gambler in Mervyn LeRoy’s light drama Any Number Can Win.

The Invisible Life of Euridice Gusmao, The: Brazil’s Entry for Best International Film Oscar

Winner of Un Certain Regard prize at the 2019 Cannes Film Fest, The Invisible Life of Euridice Gusmao is adapted from a novel by Martha Batalha and follows two sisters born in Rio de Janeiro who have been separated for decades by familial shame.

Ride Lonesome (1959): Boetticher’s CinemaScope Western, Starring Randolph Scott, Karen Steele, and James Coburn in Acting Debut

Budd Boetticher directed Ride Lonesome, CinemaScope Western, starring Randolph Scott, Karen Steele, Lee Van Cleef, and James Coburn in his debut.

Riding Shotgun (1954): Andre DeToth’s Revenge Western, Starring Randolph Scott, Wayne Morris and Joan Weldon

Andre DeToth directed Riding Shotgun, a Western starring Randolph Scott, Wayne Morris and Joan Weldon.

Gypsy Colt is (1954): Marton’s Family Movie about Young Girl and Horse (Girl and Horse)

nspired by the vastly better and more popular Lassie Come Home, which starred the young Elizabeth Taylor, Gypsy Colt is a B-level color feature about the deep bond between a young, stubborn girl and her horse.