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WITHIN AN HOUR FROM DENVER
Go underwater with polar bears at Northern Shores, or eyeball-to-eyeball with a gorilla in Primate Panorama.
Predator Ridge recreates the plains of Africa with a pride of lions, while Tropical Discovery is rainforest teeming with crocodiles and gila monsters. Louis and San Francisco. Denver Botanic Gardens , a acre oasis in the middle of the city, has 45 different gardens some 33, plants , as well as one of the nation's top 10 conservatories.
The Boettcher Memorial Tropical Conservatory is the largest single structure tropical conservatory in the U. Golden , Colorado's first capital, celebrates its Old West history and mountain location with a trendy downtown filled with galleries and recreation shops. Listening to a concert here is on the "bucket list" of every true music fan.
When there's no concert, the Visitor Center has a free museum and Performers' Hall of Fame, while the surrounding park has hiking trails that weave in, around and over the colorful red rocks. Free, self-guided tours show every step in the brewing process, and end with free samples for those over These two old gold mining towns once known as the "Richest Square Mile on Earth" have come alive with casino gambling.
The surrounding hills are covered with abandoned gold mines, Victorian buildings and Old West history. From I take Exit and then Colorado Hwy. This is one of Colorado's 54 fourteeners peaks that climb to 14, feet and above , and one of only two in the nation that you can drive up.
More than miles of trails meander to valleys of wildflowers, thundering waterfalls, high alpine lakes and craggy, snowcapped peaks. Trail Ridge Road is the highest continuous highway in the world with panoramic views in all directions.
May Robson at craps table in "Grand Old Girl" Robertson school teacher romantic melodrama about a dedicated school teacher in a small town who tries to expose gambling, and she is fired, but fortunately, the President of the United States was once one of her pupils, and he helps her get her job back! Clara Bow resting on slot machine, unidentified movie from the s. She was the most famous "flapper girl" of the mid to late s she became known as "The It Girl" after the character she played based on the popular novel by Elinor Glyn.
She had a major role in Wings, and was Paramount's biggest star at that time. But she had a notorious private life and seemingly "settled down" when she married cowboy star Rex Bell in she had two children and she retired from movies , but sadly in she went into a mental institution after a failed suicide attempt she had had psychiatric issues for quite some time and she was released but never returned to her family, and lived alone until her death in Some of her movie roles include: See the two lobby cards just above.
He allows no crooked dice or fixed wheels. Even though he is a virtuous crook, his wife, Sothern, wants him out of the racket so their newborn child can grow up with dignity. Cabot sells the house, only to be swindled when he invests the cash in a supposedly legitimate venture. Betty Grable in "The Dolly Sisters" In they're still at it, but to pay Uncle's card debts they decide to go into vaudeville. Singer Harry Fox, whom they meet en route, schemes to get them an audition with the great Hammerstein; but their resulting success takes them far out of Harry's league.
Lots of songs with a little story. Two cab drivers try to make a beat up cab into their ticket to success. He meets broke ex-society girl Rhoda Philbrooke Lombard at a society fundraiser and helps her cheat her way to some winnings in poker. Rhoda needs the money to help nurse broken alcoholic concert violinist Tony Vaughan back to health.
In between his criminal dealings, Keane takes up Rhoda's cause and helps promote Vaughan's return to public performance. Rhoda agrees to marry Keane but still harbors unrequited love for Tony Vaughan. On the eve of her marriage, Vaughan confesses his love to Rhoda. Frances Farmer center in "Toast of New York" Found out, they're chased out of town and escape across the Mason-Dixon Line just as the war starts.
Fisk hatches a plan for him and Boyd to return to the South and buy cotton then smuggle it to the North where Luke is to sell it to the Northern textile mills. By the end of the war they have made millions, only to find out that Luke had been re-investing their money into Confederate Bonds.
This fact-based movie shows Jim Fisk as one of the greatest con-men and entrepreneur's in history. It concludes with his involvement in "Black Friday", the Financial Panic of , with fellow financier Jay Gould who's not represented in the movie and their attempt to corner the U. There's a love triangle between Fisk, Boyd and Mansfield [Farmer], which is also based on historical accounts. Summary of plot, above. There is a poker game between the richest men in the region.
The man Henry Fonda cannot resist it and though he is a very bad poker player, enters the game betting all the money of his family. In the climax of the game he suffers a heart-attack. His wife Woodward then takes his place in the table. That's the only way of recovering their savings. But there is a little problem. Can anybody explain her how to play poker? Mae West from the film "I'm No Angel" Out of an urgent need of money, she agrees to a risky new number: With this attraction the circus makes it to New York and Tira can persue her dearest occupation: Among the guys she searches the love of her life, from whom she only knows from a fortune-teller that he'll be rich and have black hair.
When she finally meets him, she becomes a victim of intrigue. Note the plaques and coins. She goes to a doctor of hypnosis to do it. But once she's under, her doctor finds out that she can regress into past lives and different personalities, and he finds himself falling in love with one of them. She ignores him at the Panama airport and embraces a stranger, Mile Lawrence [Pryor], instead. Enemy agents Lake and Wilton are convinced that Mike is her brother and attempt to trap the pair.
They get away but Jan disappears. Disguised with a black wig and new makeup, Jan becomes Dolores and gets a job singing at a cafe. Spotting Jan without her disguise, Mike follows her down an alley where they are trapped by Raynor, another espionage agent. They get away and Jan also gets away from Mike. Later, both Mike and Jan are captured and the agents realize that Mike is not the brother they are after. Paul is also brought to the hideout, but Mike gets the drop on them.
The new gold commissioner, Alex McNamara, assures the miners that judge Stillman is on his way to Nome to review all legal matters concerning the mines. However, the miners grow impatient and want to settle matters the old fashioned way: Finally, a ship arrives bringing judge Stillman and his daughter to Nome.
On the same boat,local mine owner,Roy Glennister,returns to Nome and is greeted by girlfriend Cherry Malotte who's the owner of the local saloon and gambling house. But Roy is full of gallantry toward fellow boat passenger, Helen Chester,which causes a jealousy scene between Roy and girlfriend Cherry. Following their lovers' quarrel Roy and Cherry discover that judge Stillman and his legal team are phony,the gold commissioner, Alex McNamara, is corrupt and that Roy and his mining partner, Dextry, are about to lose their mine to phony claimants.
She falls for him but he still loves the dancer Rosa. When the cigar Poll gives him explodes and blinds him, Arthur is duped into thinking Poll is Rosa and marries her. When his vision is surgically restored, he leaves for Siam to find Rosa. Rita Hayworth in "Down to Earth" She works her charms on the show's producer and he incorporates her changes into the show.
Unfortunately, her changes also produce a major flop. Clara Kimball Young in "Mother and Son" When a security guard of a bank is killed by the same gun during a heist, the crime becomes a federal offense under FBI jurisdiction. When the prime suspect is released and executed in the same night, FBI Inspector George Briggs recruits the rookie agent Gene Cordell to follow the last paths of the victim undercover in the identity of George Manly. Gene meets the powerful gangster Alec Stiles in a gymnasium, and later he is invited to join his gang.
Working with his also undercover liaison Cy Gordon, Gene finds evidences to incriminate Stiles. However, he discovers also that somebody from the precinct is feeding Stiles with classified information. Hilary Brooke in "Lucky Losers" His daughter,Carol Thurston, is romantically involved with Gabe Moreno, a crusading television producer. David Thurston is found dead and the coroner's ruling is suicide. Slip isn't buying that, snoops around Thurston's office, and discovers a matchbox and pair of dice carrying the insignia, "The High Hat Club.
Moreno, aided by information supplied by Mahoney, launches a campaign against McDermott, and has City Councilman John Martin aid him in his fight. A young millionaire, Andrew Stone, III, is killed in a brawl with McDermott, but the latter is exonerated after making a mysterious call to to a higher-up in the racket.
Slip and the Boys, with the aid of assistant District Attorney Tom Whitney, discover the higher-up is Veda Ann Borg in "Mississippi Rhythm" Film was just a small part of his long and successful career.
After his somewhat- fictionalized film autobiography "Louisiana" was a hit for Monogram in , the studio created this vehicle for him two years later. After a slow start on a riverboat reminding me of the studio-bound Riverboat in the Universal serial Mystery of the Riverboat , the film kicks into gear when Davis goes to Montana!!! Except for the musical sequences, of which there are a few including a full show featuring blackface minstrel routines now you can actually see Lee Lasses White, better known as a western sidekick, doing his minstrel routine, described in Nick Tosches' book about Emmett Miller , the plot could be taken from any Johnny Mack Brown or Whip Wilson monogram western of the time, except that there isn't as much fistfighting and shootouts as you'd see in a western.
Davis has an appealing laid-back yet authoritative style, but musical westerns and this is a western, even if it has a Mississippi River "feel" to it were on the way out in , and Davis had a political career and business pursuits back home, so this was his last starring role he appeared in Monogram's SQUARE DANCE KATY the next year, which starred Vera Vague, but the film was not a vehicle for him as this one is. It's an interesting curio and a real slice of Americana in that Davis is surely one 20th Century America's most colorful and interesting characters with a life story much too long and complicated to recite here.
Governor Davis lived to be !!! There he would see them in feud with Clantons, local clan of thugs and cattle thieves. When the showdown becomes inevitable, the help will come from Doc Holliday Kirk Douglas , terminally-ill gambler who happens to be another Wild West legend.
To achieve this, he will need to conceal his true identity and not only pretend to be an honest man, but lead the struggle against the corrupt sheriff. No one in town realizes that the anti-corruption hero is just a greater crook himself. And there is only one person who is stronger than Johnson - a girl [Turner] he is in love with. Sofia Loren adorns roulette table in "Firepower" A woman is also trying to track him down for her own personal vendetta.
Note the wood chip carousel. But he is on his way to Chicago, to take over a job as a manager for another company himself. He is able to get Nick to the plantation, but is he able to keep him there or will he leave it in a few days with Gloria, the wife of the former exectutive of No 7, Mr.
Isabelle Adjani in "The Driver" One day, he participates of a heist of a casino and a player Isabelle Adjani is the main witness. However, she tells to the detective Bruce Dern in charge of the investigation that the suspect is not the driver of the getaway car. The detective becomes obsessed to arrest the driver and he seeks out a gang that has robbed a supermarket and promises to "forgive" their heist if they help him to arrest the driver in a bank robbery.
But the player helps the driver to exchange the dirty money. The police tell him his father was killed while caught cheating in a card game by Andre Rivage [McCarthy], an arrogant young dilettante. Vance protests that his father was an honest gambler and never used marked cards, but the police inspector tells him there were witnesses. Aided by a riverboat owner, Captain Barbee, and his daughter, Melanie, Vance sets out to clear his father's name and avenge his death.
Anita Ekberg from the film "Back from Eternity" The passengers then discover they are in an area inhabited by vicious cannibals and must escape before they are found. Greer Garson playing baccarat in "Law and the Lady" It's a loose remake of "The Last of Mrs. They sort of fall into a con game and decide to keep going with it. After being asked to leave several countries when they're discovered cheating at gambling, they travel to America and San Francisco high society.
They set their sights on a wealthy woman Main and her necklace. Larry and Lyne Tyne search for her, and in the process meet other people whose children ran away. The off-track drama is kept to a minimum, with Kirk Douglas playing an Italian race driver without an accompanying accent , with co-racers Gilbert Roland the devil-may-carefree driver and the retiring Cesar Romero acquitting their roles in fine shape.
The racing, both during real races and simulated, is quite well done. The Grand Prix cars of the late '50s are shown in their glory, with races at Monaco, Monza, Nurburgring and sports cars running the thousand-mile Mille Miglia.
French window lobby card. On a trip through France he gives a lift to a French girl, Dany Genevieve Gilles and begins an affair with her. It turns out that she is the wife of a French Aristo Curt Jurgens.
He, in the full knowledge of Harry England's affair with his wife, draws him in to his family circle and befriends him. Harry is simultaneously guiltily confused and yet excited by this immersion in the jet set life. Ultimately he is discarded and then discovers that Dany has left her husband and may - finally - be available Chief Officer Johnny Carter, who has to put up a moody captain and the unwanted charms of the beautiful young Susan Beresford, realizes these delays are due to sabotage and that there is something seriously wrong.
When the Campari finally sails, a member of the crew is suddenly missing. An unsuccessful stem to stem search for the crew member, with violence suddenly erupting endangers the whole ship.
The ship is then controlled by a master criminal whose intention is not a simple hijacking and ransoming of the wealthy hostages on board, so what exactly does he have in mind?
Doing what all gamblers in trouble would do, they hurry to the gambling capital Las Vegas to turn their luck around. There, Jim meets George Mayhew and Eight Ball, a barbershop bootblack, and replenishes his bankroll gambling on pitching horseshoes. George's mother and his sister Marjorie run a boarding house and Jim goes there to live.
Jim bets on the horse and wins heavily. Rosalind Russell 3rd left and Robert Montgomery 2nd left at roulette table in unknown to me movie. They made five movies together, and I don't know which one this is. I had narrowed it down to these 3 movies: But I now think it is from the Fast and Loose movie.
I have seen another still from that movie where Russell is in the same dress and with the same hair style. That movie involves gambling debts, and Russell and Montgomery visit an illegal gambling club in the movie.
The plot, that of a river gambler who fleeces the father of the girl he loves and regrets it, is so frayed a garment that figurative elbows protrude from its sleeves. The story is of the professional card shark who takes the parish funds from Colonel Blackburn. Miss Lucy [Bennett], Blackburn's daughter, has fallen in love with Morgan and it is with dismay and a dash of smelling salts that she learns of his betrayal of her father. She begs the gambler to return the money.
Of course Morgan can hardly be a photoplay hero and a cheat at the same time, so he arranges the cards for the brave little woman to win the stakes. Mack played Mollie Malloy, the girlfriend of the condemned prisoner. Helen Mack in "Gambling Ship" They develop a platonic relationship while Sally has a wild time spending other peoples money.
Wow, beautiful girl, beautiful movie, beautiful still! Perhaps the first film noir film ever made. One of the top notch and most collectible noir titles ever. Plenty of chemistry is exhibited in this scene at the gambling tables between femme fatale Jane Greer and tough guy Robert Mitchum.
One such is Dr. Ravic, who practices medicine illegally and stalks his old Nazi enemy Haake with murder in mind. One rainy night, Ravic meets Joan Madou, a kept woman cast adrift by her lover's sudden death. Against Ravic's better judgement, they become involved in a doomed affair; matters come to a crisis on the day war is declared. Shelley Winters and Paul Kelly in "Frenchie" Find the men who killed her father, Frank Dawson.
But she only knows one of the two who did and she's determined to find out the other. Marlene Dietrich in "Destry Rides Again" The mayor, who is in cahoots with Kent appoints the town drunk, Washington Dimsdale, as the new sheriff assuming that he'll be easy to control. But what the mayor doesn't know is that Dimsdale was a deputy under famous lawman, Tom Destry, and is able to call upon the equally formidable Tom Destry Jr James Stewart to be his deputy.
Featuring a career reviving performance from Marlene Dietrich as bar singer Frenchie, which could well have been the inspiration for Madeline Kahn's "Blazing Saddles" character, Lili Von Schtupp. His revenge leads him to Chuck-a-luck, Altar Keane's Dietrich ranch set up to hide criminals, and he finds more than he bargains for. Marlene Dietrich playing chuck-a-luck, also the name of her ranch-casino-hideout, in "Rancho Notorious" See the row above.
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