Difference between revisions of "These Wilder Years"

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Latest revision as of 18:49, 14 December 2015

These Wilder Years movie poster.

Movie (1956)

James Cagney (Steve Bradford)
Barbara Stanwyck (Ann Dempster)
Walter Pidgeon (James Rayburn)
Betty Lou Keim (Suzie)
Don Dubbins (Mark)

A successful man returns to the town where he attended college aiming to find the illegitimate son he fathered.

Martin 4-0-4

Martin 4-0-4 of TWA-Trans World Airlines.

Convair 240-D

Convair 240-D of American Airlines.

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