Tyrone Power - 100 Years of Movie Posters - 93

A Chronology of Tyrone Power Movie Posters 1936-1957.

Tyrone Edmund Power Jr was born in Cincinnati, Ohio on May 5th, 1914.

His father was a respected stage and silent movie actor.

He was married 3 times and has 3 children.

His daughter Taryn Power had a major role in the fantasy film Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger (1977) and his son Tyrone Power Jr played a friendly alien in Ron Howard's Cocoon (1985).

On November 15th, 1958, Tyrone Power was dueling with George Sanders during the filming of Solomon and Sheba (1959), when Power collapsed with chest pains and died of a heart attack on the way to hospital. He was 44 years old.

One of the Hollywood greats, Tyrone Power appeared in nearly 50 films, this hub showcases poster art from 30 of those films.

Lloyds of London (1936)
Lloyds of London (1936)
Lloyds of London (1936)
Lloyds of London (1936)

Lloyds of London (1936) Directed by Henry King. 118mins.

Freddie Bartholomew - Young Jonathan Blake
Madeleine Carroll - Lady Elizabeth Stacy
Tyrone Power - Jonathan Blake

Also starring Guy Standing, C. Aubrey Smith, Virginia Field, Douglas Scott and George Sanders.

Based on a story by Curtis Kenyon.

The first of 11 films Tyrone Power made with director Henry King.

One of the biggest hits of 1936 and the film that turned Tyrone Power into a Hollywood star.

Oscar Nominations for Best Art Direction and Best Film Editing.

IMDB rating 7.0

In Old Chicago (1937)
In Old Chicago (1937)

In Old Chicago (1937) Directed by Henry King. 95mins.

Tyrone Power - Dion O'Leary
Alice Faye - Belle Fawcett
Don Ameche - Jack O'Leary

Also starring Alice Brady, Andy Devine and Brian Donlevy.

Based on real events - the Great Chicago Fire of 1871, which killed hundreds.

One of the most expensive films of the 1930s and a big hit for 20th Century Fox.

Nominated for 6 Oscars including Best Picture, winning 2 - Best Supporting Actress (Alice Brady) and Best Assistant Director.

IMDB rating 6.8

Alexander's Ragtime Band (1938)
Alexander's Ragtime Band (1938)

Alexander's Ragtime Band (1938) Directed by Henry King. 106mins.

Tyrone Power - Roger Grant
Alice Faye - Stella Kirby
Don Ameche - Charlie Dwyer

Also starring Ethel Merman, Jack Haley and Jean Hersholt.

A musical written by legendary composer and songwriter Irving Berlin and taking it's title from his classic song.

Nominated for 6 Oscars including Best Picture, winning 1 - Best Music Score (Alfred Newman).

Tagline - An American Cavalcade!

IMDB rating 7.0

Marie Antoinette (1938)
Marie Antoinette (1938)

Marie Antoinette (1938) Directed by W.S. Van Dyke. 149mins.

Norma Shearer - Marie Antoinette
Tyrone Power - Count Axel de Fersen

Also starring John Barrymore, Robert Morley, Anita Louise and Joseph Schildkraut.

Based on the life of the Queen of France, Marie Antoniette (1755-1793).

Robert Morley's film debut.

Nominated for 4 Oscars - Best Actress (Norma Shearer), Best Supporting Actor (Robert Morley), Best Art Direction and Best Music Score (Herbert Stothart).

IMDB rating 7.2

Suez (1938)
Suez (1938)

Suez (1938) Directed by Allan Dwan. 98mins.

Tyrone Power - Ferdinand de Lesseps
Loretta Young - Countess Eugenie de Montijo

Also starring Annabella, J. Edward Bromberg, Joseph Schildkraut and Henry Stephenson.

Based on a story by Sam Duncan, loosely based on real events - the construction of the Suez Canal between 1859 and 1869.

The film cost $2m, a lot of money back then.

Nominated for 3 Oscars - Best Music (Louis Silvers), Best Sound and Best Cinematography.

Tagline - The stirring saga of the world's most astonishing engineering achievement!

IMDB rating 6.6

Rose of Washington Square (1939)
Rose of Washington Square (1939)


Rose of Washington Square (1939) Directed by Gregory Ratoff. 86mins.

Tyrone Power - Bart Clinton
Alice Faye - Rose Sargent
Al Jolson - Ted Cotter

Also starring William Frawley, Joyce Compton and Hobart Cavanaugh.

Musical drama set in the 1920s.

Al Jolson (1886-1950) starred in the very first full length talking picture "The Jazz Singer" (1927).

IMDB rating 6.7

Jesse James (1939)
Jesse James (1939)
Jesse James (1939)
Jesse James (1939)

Jesse James (1939) Directed by Henry King. 106mins.

Tyrone Power - Jesse James
Henry Fonda - Frank James
Nancy Kelly - Zerelda James
Randolph Scott - Will Wright

Also starring Henry Hull, J. Edward Bromberg, Brian Donlevy and John Carradine as Bob Ford.

Loosely based on the life of notorious wild west outlaw Jesse James (1847-1882).

The 4th biggest hit of 1939 and one of Tyrone Power's signature roles.

A sequel was released a year later, The Return of Frank James, with Henry Fonda as Frank, out to avenge the death of his brother.

Tagline - The Epic Story of the most Colourful Outlaw who ever lived.

IMDB rating 7.0

The Rains Came (1939)
The Rains Came (1939)

The Rains Came (1939) Directed by Clarence Brown. 103mins.

Myrna Loy - Lady Edwina Esketh
Tyrone Power - Major Rama Safti
George Brent - Tom Ransome

Also starring Brenda Joyce, Nigel Bruce, Maria Ouspenskaya and Joseph Schildkraut.

Based on the novel of the same name by Louis Bromfeld, published in 1937.

The first film to win an Oscar in the newly created awards category - Best Special Effects - also nominated in the category that year were Gone With the Wind and The Wizard of Oz.

The film was remade in Cinemascope and colour in 1955 as The Rains of Ranchipur, starring Lana Turner and Richard Burton.

Nominated for 6 Oscars including Best Music (Alfred Newman) and Best Cinematography, winning 1 - Best Special Effects.

IMDB rating 6.9

Brigham Young (1940)
Brigham Young (1940)


Brigham Young (1940) Directed by Henry Hathaway. 113mins.

Tyrone Power - Jonathan Kent
Linda Darnell - Zina Webb
Dean Jagger - Brigham Young

Also starring Brian Donlevy, Jane Darwell, Mary Astor, John Carradine and Vincent Price.

Based on real events - the life of Mormon leader Brigham Young (1801-1877).

IMDB rating 6.5

The Mark of Zorro (1940)
The Mark of Zorro (1940)
The Mark of Zorro  (1940)
The Mark of Zorro (1940)

The Mark of Zorro (1940) Directed by Rouben Mamoulian. 94mins.

Tyrone Power - Don Diego Vega / Zorro
Linda Darnell - Lolita Quintero
Basil Rathbone - Capt. Esteban Pasquale

Also starring Gale Sondergaard, Eugene Pallette, J. Edward Bromberg and Montagu Love.

An iconic role for Tyrone Power and one of the greatest Hollywood swashbucklers.

Based on the novella "The Curse of Capistrano" by Johnston McCulley, first published in 1919.

First filmed in 1920 as The Mark of Zorro, directed by Fred Niblo and starring Douglas Fairbanks.

Oscar nomination for Best Music Score (Alfred Newman).

Selected for Preservation by the National Film Registry in 2009.

IMDB rating 7.6

Johnny Apollo (1940)
Johnny Apollo (1940)

Johnny Apollo (1940) Directed by Henry Hathaway. 94mins.

Tyrone Power - Bob Cain
Dorothy Lamour - 'Lucky' Dubarry

Also starring Edward Arnold, Lloyd Nolan, Charley Grapewin and Lionel Atwill.

Crime drama based on a story by Samuel G. Engel and Hal Long.

Power, Lamour and Nolan reprised their roles for a 30min radio adaptation of the film.

Tagline - A gangster by choice, a hero by chance!

IMDB rating 6.8

A Yank in the RAF (1941)
A Yank in the RAF (1941)



A Yank in the R.A.F. (1941) Directed by Henry King. 98mins.

Tyrone Power - Tim Baker
Betty Grable - Carol Brown

Also starring John Sutton, Reginald Gardiner, Donald Stuart and Ralph Byrd.

WWII Romance.

The film was originally titled "The Eagle Squadron".

Oscar nomination for Best Special Effects.

Tagline - Rollicking Romance! Glorious Adventure!

IMDB rating 6.5

Blood and Sand (1941)
Blood and Sand (1941)

Blood and Sand (1941) Directed by Rouben Mamoulian. 125mins.

Tyrone Power - Juan Gallardo
Linda Darnell - Carmen Espinosa
Rita Hayworth - Dona Sol

Also starring Anthony Quinn, Alla Nazimova, J. Carrol Naish and John Carradine.

Based on the novel by best-selling Spanish author Vicente Blasco Ibáñez.

The 1922 version starred Rudolph Valentino.

Dorothy Lamour and Gene Tierney were considered for the Rita Hayworth role.

Nominated for 2 Oscars winning 1 - Best Cinematography.

Tagline - Love flamed in the shadow of death!

IMDB rating 6.8

Son of Fury (1942)
Son of Fury (1942)

Son of Fury (1942) Directed by John Cromwell. 98mins

Tyrone Power - Benjamin Blake
Gene Tierney - Eve

Also starring George Sanders, Frances Farmer, Roddy McDowall, John Carradine and Elsa Lanchester.

Based on the novel "Benjamin Blake" by Edison Marshall, published in 1941.

The full title of the film is 'Son of Fury: The Story of Benjamin Blake'

Tagline - Bold Swooping Tremendous Adventure!

IMDB rating 7.0

This Above All (1942)
This Above All (1942)

This Above All (1942) Directed by Anatole Litvak. 110mins.

Tyrone Power - Clive Briggs
Joan Fontaine - Prudence Cathaway

Also starring Thomas Mitchell, Henry Stephenson, Nigel Bruce and Gladys Cooper.

WWII romance based on the novel by Eric Knight, published in 1941.

Laurence Olivier was considered for the lead role.

Nominated for 4 Oscars winning 1 - Best Art Direction.

Tagline - He's lost his belief in everything but love.

IMDB rating 6.7

The Black Swan (1942)
The Black Swan (1942)



The Black Swan (1942) Directed by Henry King. 85mins.

Tyrone Power - Jamie Waring
Maureen O'Hara - Lady Margaret Denby

Also starring Laird Cregar, Thomas Mitchell, George Sanders, Anthony Quinn and George Zucco.

Classic swashbuckler loosely based on the novel by Rafael Sabatini, first published in 1932.

Laird Cregar plays real life pirate and privateer Sir Henry Morgan.

Nominated for 3 Oscars including Best Music (Alfred Newman) and Best Special Effects, winning 1 - Best Cinematography.

Tagline - Seas Ablaze...with black villainy, with fiery romance, with breathless deeds of daring...in the roaring era of Love, Gold and Adventure!

IMDB rating 7.0

Crash Dive (1943)
Crash Dive (1943)

Crash Dive (1943) Directed by Archie Mayo. 106mins.

Tyrone Power - Lt. Ward Stewart
Anne Baxter - Jean Hewlett
Dana Andrews - Lt. Cmdr. Dewey Connors

Also starring James Gleason, Dame May Whitty and Harry Morgan.

WWII War movie based on a story by novelist and screenwriter, W.R. Burnett.

Oscar Winner for Best Special Effects.

Tagline - Tyrone Power -- Leading a reckless crew on the war's most daring mission! Battling death in a depth-bombed submarine!

IMDB rating 6.4

The Razor's Edge (1946)
The Razor's Edge (1946)

The Razor's Edge (1946) Directed by Edmund Goulding. 145mins.

Tyrone Power - Larry Darrell
Gene Tierney - Isabel Bradley

Also starring John Payne, Anne Baxter, Clifton Webb and Herbert Marshall as W. Somerset Maugham.

Drama based on the novel by W. Somerset Maugham, published in 1944.

Maureen O' Hara was considered for the Gene Tierney role, and Judy Garland turned down the Anne Baxter role for being too depressing.

Nominated for 4 Oscars including Best Picture, winning 1 - Best Supporting Actress (Anne Baxter).

Tagline - Hunger no love, woman or wealth could satisfy!

IMDB rating 7.5

Nightmare Alley (1947)
Nightmare Alley (1947)


Nightmare Alley (1947) Directed by Edmund Goulding. 110mins.

Tyrone Power - Stanton Carlisle
Joan Blondell - Zeena Krumbein

Also starring Coleen Gray, Helen Walker, Taylor Holmes and Mike Mazurki.

Classic film noir based on the novel of the same name by William Lindsay Gresham, published in 1944.

Tagline - He was all things to all men ... but only one thing to all women!

IMDB rating 7.8

The Captain from Castile (1947)
The Captain from Castile (1947)
Captain from Castile (1947)
Captain from Castile (1947)

Captain from Castile (1947) Directed by Henry King. 140mins.

Tyrone Power - Pedro De Vargas
Jean Peters - Catana Perez
Cesar Romero - Hernando Cortez

Also starring Lee J. Cobb, John Sutton, Antonio Moreno and Thomas Gomez.

Historical adventure based on the novel by Samuel Shellabarger, published in 1946.

Set in Spain, 1518.

The film was popular but at a cost of nearly $5m it produced little profit for the studio.

Oscar nomination for Best Music Score (Alfred Newman).

Tagline - Master of Women's Hearts . . . Conqueror of a New World.

IMDB rating 6.9

Prince of Foxes (1949)
Prince of Foxes (1949)

Prince of Foxes (1949) Directed by Henry King. 107mins.

Tyrone Power - Andrea Orsini
Orson Welles - Cesare Borgia
Wanda Hendrix - Camilla Verano

Also starring Marina Berti, Everett Sloane and Katina Paxinou.

Historical Adventure.

Set in Italy, 1500.

Like Captain from Castile (1947), Prince of Foxes was also based on a novel by Samuel Shellabarger.

Sadly unlike Captain from Castile this film was not in glorious Technicolor.

Nominated for 2 Oscars - Best Cinematography and Best Costume Design.

IMDB rating 6.9

The Black Rose (1950)
The Black Rose (1950)

The Black Rose (1950) Directed by Henry Hathaway. 116mins.

Tyrone Power - Walter of Gurnie
Orson Welles - Bayan
Cecile Aubry - Maryam
Jack Hawkins - Tristram Griffin

Also starring Michael Rennie, Finlay Currie, Herbert Lom and Laurence Harvey.

Historical adventure set in China in the 13th Century.

Loosely based on the novel by Thomas B. Costain, first published in 1945.

Oscar Nomination for Best Costume Design.

IMDB rating 6.1

American Guerrilla in the Philippines (1950)
American Guerrilla in the Philippines (1950)

American Guerrilla in the Philippines (1950) Directed by Fritz Lang. 105mins.

Tyrone Power - Ensign Chuck Palmer
Micheline Presle - Jeanne Martinez

Also starring Tom Ewell, Robert Patten, Tommy Cook and Jack Elam.

WWII war movie set during the Japanese occupation of the Philippines.1942.

Based on the novel by Pulitzer Prize winning war correspondent author Ira Wolfert, published in 1945.

Tagline - One of the great adventures to come out of the Pacific!

IMDB rating 6.1

Rawhide (1951) Belgian poster
Rawhide (1951) Belgian poster

Rawhide (1951) Directed by Henry Hathaway. 89mins.

Tyrone Power - Tom Owens
Susan Hayward - Vinnie Holt

Also starring Hugh Marlowe, Dean Jagger, Edgar Buchanan and Jack Elam.

Apart from the title the movie has no connection to the hit 60's TV series starring Eric Fleming and Clint Eastwood.

IMDB rating 7.0

King of the Khyber Rifles (1953)
King of the Khyber Rifles (1953)
King of the Khyber Rifles (1953)
King of the Khyber Rifles (1953)

King of the Khyber Rifles (1953) Directed by Henry King. 100mins.

Tyrone Power - Capt. Alan King
Terry Moore - Susan Maitland
Michael Rennie - Brig. Gen. J. R. Maitland

Also starring John Justin, Guy Rolfe and Richard Wyler.

Based on the novel of the same name by Talbot Mundy, first published in 1916 and was filmed before as The Black Watch (1929), directed by John Ford.

Filmed in Cinemascope and 4-track stereo sound.

DGA Nomination for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Motion Pictures

IMDB rating 6.4

The Long Gray Line (1955) Japanese poster
The Long Gray Line (1955) Japanese poster

The Long Gray Line (1955) Directed by John Ford. 138mins.

Tyrone Power - Martin Maher
Maureen O'Hara - Mary O'Donnell

Also starring Robert Francis, Donald Crisp, Ward Bond and Betsy Palmer.

Drama based on Martin Maher's autobiography "Bringing Up The Brass: My 55 Years at West Point", published in 1951.

John Wayne was John Ford's original choice to play Martin Maher.

DGA Nomination for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Motion Pictures

Tagline - Warms Your Heart! Stirs your blood and fires your imagination!

IMDB rating 7.0

Untamed (1955)
Untamed (1955)


Untamed (1955) Directed by Henry King. 111mins.

Tyrone Power - Paul Van Riebeck
Susan Hayward - Katie Kildare
Richard Egan - Kurt Hout

Also starring John Justin, Agnes Moorehead and Rita Moreno.

Adventure set in South Africa, 1847.

Based on a novel by Helga Moray first published in 1950.

IMDB rating 6.2

The Eddy Duchin Story (1956) Belgian poster
The Eddy Duchin Story (1956) Belgian poster

The Eddy Duchin Story (1956) Directed by George Sidney. 123mins.

Tyrone Power - Eddy Duchin
Kim Novak - Marjorie Oelrichs

Also starring Victoria Shaw, James Whitmore, Larry Keating and Gloria Holden.

Drama based on the life story of popular bandleader and pianist Eddy Duchin (1910-1951).

Eva Marie Saint was considered for the Kim Novak role.

Nominated for 4 Oscars - Best Screenplay, Best Scoring of a Musical Picture, Best Cinematography and Best Sound.

IMDB rating 6.6

The Sun Also Rises (1957)
The Sun Also Rises (1957)

The Sun Also Rises (1957) Directed by Henry King. 130mins.

Tyrone Power - Jake Barnes
Ava Gardner - Lady Brett Ashley
Mel Ferrer - Robert Cohn
Errol Flynn - Mike Campbell
Eddie Albert - Bill Gorton

Also starring Henry Daniell, Gregory Ratoff and Robert Evans.

Based on Ernest Hemingway's novel, first published in 1926.

Two of Hollywood's greatest swashbuckling heroes, Tyrone Power and Errol Flynn, starring in the same movie together must have excited their fans. But despite good performances the film is no classic.

Filmed in France, Spain and Mexico.

IMDB rating 6.3

Witness for the Prosecution (1957) Belgian poster
Witness for the Prosecution (1957) Belgian poster

Witness for the Prosecution (1957) Directed by Billy Wilder. 116mins.

Tyrone Power - Leonard Vole
Marlene Dietrich - Christine Helm
Charles Laughton - Sir Wilfrid Robart

Also starring Elsa Lanchester, John Williams and Henry Daniell.

Tyrone Power's last completed film.

Based on Agatha Christie's short story "The Witness for the Prosecution", first published in 1933.

Charles Laughton and Elsa (Bride of Frankenstein) Lanchester were real-life husband and wife.

Spoiler Ahoy!

In Agatha Christie's original story the accused is acquitted but turns out to be the murderer anyway and is protected by 'double jeopardy'. But Christie wasn't happy with this ending and later revised her story. It finishes now with the murderer stabbed to death by his wife after he leaves her for his mistress. This is the ending used in the film.

Tagline - Unmatched ...in a half century of motion picture suspense!

IMDB rating 8.4

The Mark of Zorro (1940) Lobby card
The Mark of Zorro (1940) Lobby card

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Mhatter99 3 years ago from San Francisco

Thank you for this.


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Steve Lensman 3 years ago from London, England Author

Thanks as always for commenting Mhatter99. I have many more Hollywood greats lined up for this series.


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Cogerson 3 years ago from Virginia

My thoughts while reading your hub (1) Never even heard of Lloyds of London....but he has a pretty prominent spot on the poster (2) In Old Chicago is the first Power movie I have seen...watched it during my Oscar winning marathon a few years ago (3) I thought he made a good Jesse James....tally count 2 (4) The Rains Came...tally count 3....pretty good special effects in that movie....although I must admit I did not buy the Power/Loy romance at all...as Loy seemed to have a much better chemistry with George Brent than Power (5) I have yet to see the Power Zorro movie...I know I hide my head in shame. (6) Razor's Edge...tally count 4....although I did not like his Razor or Bill Murray's Edge at all (7) Witness for the Prosecution....ends my tally count at 5 Power movies that I have seen....with Zorro being on my list of ones to watch.

Voted up and across the board....and I am sending a link for my mom as she is a big Tyrone Power fan.....getting closer and closer to 300 overall hubs and 100 in the movie poster series....you have done some outstanding work over the last two years...job well done.


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UnnamedHarald 3 years ago from Cedar Rapids, Iowa

I had no idea Tyrone died so young. My favorite is "Witness for the Prosecution"-- what a stellar cast and great performances all the way around. Didn't know it was his last! I see his first big break was in LLoyd's of London with Freddie Bartholomew. Young Freddie gave English kids a bad name for years. I cringe every time I hear his voice.


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Steve Lensman 3 years ago from London, England Author

Bruce, David, thanks for commenting, always appreciated amigos.

Bruce, thanks for the comment, observation, vote and kind words. With Errol Flynn's poster hub heading towards 300 views I'll keep these going until the views go down, or they start getting idled or I run out of worthy topics. Lloyds of London is pretty famous, the movie too [wink] I watched it again a few months ago, good story, there's even a sea battle at the end, Admiral Nelson at the Battle of Trafalgar.

David, Freddie Bartholomew was only in the first half of the story, was he the Daniel Radcliffe of the day? :)

Jesse James, Mark of Zorro and The Black Swan are big favourites of mine, my dad was a huge fan of Ty Power and the old swashbucklers.

Thanks for posting!


Romina 3 years ago

How short -sighted Hollywood is to have never even nominated Tyrone Power for an academy award. They used him They did not appreciate him.


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Steve Lensman 3 years ago from London, England Author

Power's films were getting plenty of nominations but the star of those films was ignored. It doesn't seem fair Romina. Thanks for commenting.


BOBBERNROGERS@msn.com 3 years ago

Hey, this is Bruce's mom. Interesting facts. I have seen and enjoyed many of his films but not the really old ones. The Razor's Edge, Untamed and the Eddy Duchin Story are among my favorites of his. Eddy Duchin is such a teary movie but good...such great music too. Thanks for this HUB. Have a good year. I miss Cogerson's HUBS.


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Steve Lensman 3 years ago from London, England Author

Hello Bruce's mom, your son told me you're a big Ty Power fan, I hope you liked this illustrated tribute. I miss Cogerson's hubs too, I'm hoping they'll make a comeback. Thanks for commenting!


Donna 3 years ago

Hi, loved the posters…I think I’ve seen of few of the movies listed. I do remember “The Long Grey Line” and I must say I don’t remember him being handsome but he sure is a beautiful guy. I think I must have been too young to appreciate him. I think he was once called the most photogenic of all his contemporaries. Thanks for the hub.


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Steve Lensman 3 years ago from London, England Author

Hi Donna, thanks for commenting. Ty Power was one of the top celebrity heartthrobs of that time, especially the 30's and 40's. But he died so young, Flynn too.


Cogerson 3 years ago

Seems I have been on a Tyrone Power movie binge since I commented on this hub over 4 months ago. My tally count was 5 when you created this hub.....now it is 16.....I am guessing that your hub got me motivated to watch more of his movies.

Highlights of the new 11 Power movies I watched.

1. Orson Wells in The Black Rose

2. The island in Son of Fury.

3. Captain of Castille....the actual volcano erupting in the background

4. Power as Zorro.

Just thought I would update you....as I am sure you have been thinking...."When is Cogerson going to watch more Tyrone Power movies".


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Steve Lensman 3 years ago from London, England Author

Hello Bruce, nice to see you again, just like old times. :)

I've seen about as many Power films as you have. My two favourites are The Mark of Zorro and The Black Swan.

I will recommend Witness for the Prosecution if you haven't seen it, not for Power but for the great Charles Laughton.

Btw I'm continuing this poster series at my "100 Years of Movie Posters" blog, Charlton 'damn you all to hell' Heston was my most recent poster topic.


Cogerson 19 months ago

It is actually scary that almost two years has passes since my last comment here.


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Steve Lensman 19 months ago from London, England Author

And it's been a long time since I replied to Cogerson's comments on hubpages, aaah memories.


Hi 10 months ago

Sad you omitted his verbestt y film! Cafe Metropole

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