As Katherine Howard (Binnie Barnes) waits for her chance to be Queen, Henry (Charles Laughton) must first contend with Anne of Cleves (Elsa Lanchester), who schemes to get out of the marriage without losing her head. Part 2 of 3. First posted October 26, 2009.
In his Academy Award-winning performance, Charles Laughton stars as the notorious King, who continues his quest for male heirs while his second wife Anne Boleyn (Merle Oberon) faces execution. 1933. Part 1 of 3. First posted October 9, 2009.
In this classic tv episode, Ozzie Nelson tries not to over-schedule himself over the holiday season, and fails miserably. Can his family pick up the slack? First aired 1956. First posted December 17, 2012.
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In the thumbnail for the YouTube video, Ozzie sits with an older woman, both laden with packages.
As Arthur (Arthur Askey) struggles to navigate two females in the lighthouse, even more shipwreck survivors arrive…and then start to disappear, one by one! Part 2 of 2. First posted October 5, 2009.
Dumped by his girlfriend, civil servant Arthur Pilbeam (Arthur Askey) asks to be transferred far away from women, but when he reaches a spooky Scottish lighthouse, women are not far behind. 1942. Part 1 of 2. First posted September 28, 2009.
As Johnny (Paul Henreid) keeps getting away with posing as Dr. Bartok, his pursuers may not pose as much of threat as Bartok’s life before it was taken over. Part 3 of 3. First posted September 21, 2009.
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