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Behave Yourself (March 30, 1951)

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Farley Granger and Shelly Winters in Behave Yourself
 

Released on March 30, 1951: (running time 81 minutes) This crime comedy has a star-filled cast, but a cute little dog steals the show. The cute little dog puts a hapless couple in the gun-sights of gangsters.

Produced by Jerry Wald and Norman Krasna

Directed by George Beck

The Actors: Farley Granger (Bill Denny), Shelly Winters (Kate Denny), William Demarest (Officer O'Ryan), Lon Chaney Jr. (Pinky), Hans Conried (Gillie the Blade, Fat Freddie's henchman), Sheldon Leonard (Shortwave Bert), Francis L. Sullivan (Fat Freddy), Margalo Gillmore (Mother), Elisha Cook Jr. (Albert Jonas), Glenn Anders (Pete the Pusher), Allen Jenkins (Plainclothesman), Marvin Kaplan (Max the Umbrella), Henry Corden (Numi), Don Beddoe (Sergeant O'Neill), Kathleen Dennis, King Donovan (lingerie shop manager), Tom Dugan (policeman), Kathleen Freeman (pet shop proprietor's wife), Jerry Hausner (taxi driver), Richard Irving (the man in tan and white shoes), Jack Jahries (the X-ray man), Vera Marshe (salesgirl), Ralph Montgomery (Bill's taxi driver), William J. O'Brien (janitor), Shimen Ruskin (hotel clerk), Dudley Sadler (Jay, the pet shop proprietor), Ralph Sanford (plain clothes policeman), Harry Shannon (police officer O'Hara), Frank Sully (Bill's taxi driver), Herb Vigran (police desk sergeant), Claude Wisberg (O'Rappaport), Allen Wood (Pete's taxi driver)

 

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Sometimes True Love can be Murder!

Shelly Winters was nicknamed the Blonde Bombshell in Hollywood, with many roles that put her on the sexy but seedy side of life. She once said, “I have bursts of being a lady, but it doesn’t last long.”

One of her husbands was actor Tony Franciosa, and she told two memorable stories about him. She claimed that when she brought her first Oscar statue home and Tony saw it, she knew from the look on his face that their marriage was over. Tony’s infidelities became a regular part of their life, and Shelly recounts the time that she got a phone call from Lauren Bacall one night. Ms. Bacall told her that Tony was an hour late, “Where the hell is he?”

When Shelly responded with amazement that Ms. Bacall would be so bold, Bacall responded, “If your husband doesn’t respect your marriage, why should I?”

In this romantic crime comedy Shelly Winters is not the star of the story, but it all revolves around her and her forgetful husband on their second wedding anniversary. Her husband Bill, played by Farley Granger, has forgotten their anniversary and must quickly find an appropriate gift for his beautiful wife. This leads to that and a cute little dog who has been following him around town becomes that anniversary gift.

Unfortunately, the dog is owned by gangsters who have trained the dog to lead the way for meetings between a notorious smuggling crime ring and their customers. The gangsters want the dog back so they can complete their smuggling deal, but new wife Katie wants the dog because she has fallen in love with it. Husband Bill tries to return the dog to the gangsters, but every time he does he discovers another dead body and the Cops are sure that he is a killer. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Farley Granger and Shelly Winters
Farley Granger and Shelly Winters
Farley Granger and Shelly Winters
Farley Granger and Shelly Winters
Farley Granger and Shelly Winters
Farley Granger and Shelly Winters
Allen Jenkins, Ralph Sanford and Farley Granger
Allen Jenkins, Ralph Sanford and Farley Granger
Archie the dog
Archie the dog
Don Beddoe
Don Beddoe
Elisha Cook Jr. and Lon Chaney Jr.
Elisha Cook Jr. and Lon Chaney Jr.
Elisha Cook Jr.
Elisha Cook Jr.
Farley Granger, Lon Chaney Jr. and Glenn Anders
Farley Granger, Lon Chaney Jr. and Glenn Anders
Farley Granger and Margalo Gillmore
Farley Granger and Margalo Gillmore
Farley Granger and Shelly Winters
Farley Granger and Shelly Winters
Farley Granger and Shelly Winters
Farley Granger and Shelly Winters
Farley Granger
Farley Granger
Farley Granger
Farley Granger
Francis L. Sullivan
Francis L. Sullivan
Glenn Anders
Glenn Anders
Hans Conried
Hans Conried
Henry Corden
Henry Corden
Henry Corden
Henry Corden
Lon Chaney Jr.
Lon Chaney Jr.
Margalo Gillmore and Farley Granger
Margalo Gillmore and Farley Granger
Margalo Gillmore and Shelly Winters
Margalo Gillmore and Shelly Winters
Margalo Gillmore and Shelly Winters
Margalo Gillmore and Shelly Winters
Marvin Kaplan
Marvin Kaplan
Ralph Sanford
Ralph Sanford
Sheldon Leonard and Marvin Kaplan
Sheldon Leonard and Marvin Kaplan
Shelly Winters and Margalo Gillmore
Shelly Winters and Margalo Gillmore
Shelly Winters and Margalo Gillmore
Shelly Winters and Margalo Gillmore
Shelly Winters and Farley Granger
Shelly Winters and Farley Granger
Shelly Winters and Farley Granger
Shelly Winters and Farley Granger
William Demarest and Farley Granger
William Demarest and Farley Granger
William Demarest and Tom Dugan
William Demarest and Tom Dugan
William Demarest
William Demarest