Kildares crisis 1940 basis for sixth film in mgm series the people vs. Archive collection of hardtofind cult and library titles has released dr. Kildare returns immediately and shames gillespie into completing his. They dealt with the life and struggles of an idealistic young doctor, james kildare. Shortly after the characters first appearance in a magazine story, paramount pictures used the story and character as the basis for the 1937 film internes cant take money.
Kildare question discussion in tv on dvd and bluray started by. Gillespie and hopes to impress the consultant with his handling of an alcoholic. It has the dramatic corners all smoothed out and perfectly executed, as well it should a halfdozen movies into the series, and the comicrelief elements are effective if predictable. Kildares crisis passed 1h 15min drama 29 november 1940 usa nurse mary lamont is excited about her brothers impending visit. Kildare reveals both how much medicine has changedand remained unchangedin the past sixty years. Kildare cosmopolitan, may 1941 condensed version dr. Richard chamberlain and raymond massey are totally convincing as dr. Kildare was produced for syndication in 1949 at wmgm, new york.
The card is a lovely portrait card of lew ayres and laraine day. Kildare is significant as the first major success for young jerry or jerrald, as he was initially billed goldsmith, whose series theme three stars will. Kildare returns to the country when his father collapses from overwork. The character had originally been created by max brand in a series of pulp novels. Season 2 is a reminder of the glorious television programming of the era it portrays. Putting aside the obvious conclusion that the man is merely drunk. Kildares crisis 1940 stream and watch online moviefone. After the character was introduced in internes cant take money with joel mccrea in the title role, lew ayres took over the role in young dr. Kildare movie collection, a fivedisc, ninetitle collection of metrogoldwynmayers popular, influential highend b series, based on author max brands character, and starring lew ayres and lionel barrymore, with able support over the years from. Kildare was now a twiceweekly half hour serial with storylines stretching over multiple parts and, perhaps even more excitingly, james kildare m. Kildares crisis is actually one suffered by his fiancee, nurse mary lamont laraine day. Kildare soundtrack from 1961, composed by various artists. Only kildare gets called to take a bullet out of a suspected murderer, and when the cops collar him. Gillespie, a young ava gardner has a bit part as a student at a ladies finishing school.
Though inspired by its previous incarnations, the tv series was more or less in name. Gillespie tries to teach jimmy kildare a lesson by tossing him into a. Kildares crisis is relatively undistinguished as an entry in the longrunning mgm film series. Kildare for mgms 90th anniversary about a month or so ago i received the dr. The plots provide intriguing, engaging, and heartwarming stories of human tragedy and triumph. Kildares wedding day is a 1941 american drama film directed by harold s.
Kildares wedding day 1941 25848 mgm original scene lobby card 11x14 very fine condition offered by kirby mcdaniel movieart of austin, texas. Kildares direct gaze, honesty, kindness, courage to confront, and dedication to doing what was right, all inspired me to look for the same traits in myself and others. Ayres was interned as a conscientious objector after the film was completed. The kildare series was a very successful series for mgm in the early forties. Kildare proves that the condition was caused by an accident rather than heredityand.
Marys financier brother douglas lamont robert young is subject to unpredictable seizures, and for a while it seems that he is suffering from hereditary epilepsy. Kildare was initially seen in film, and went on to radio, comic books, and comic strips. In this episode of the popular medical series, kildare is getting ready for his wedding when he learns that his fiancee s brother may have epilepsy. Gillespies cancer has gotten worse, and to force him to take a rest instead of. This film series demonstrates the following tropes. The story revolved around the life of james kildare, from his struggles as an intern until he became a fullfledged doctor as well as the many intrigues and politics in the medical field.
James kildare, an idealistic, freshly graduated medical intern, who benefits greatly from the wise counsel of his experienced mentor, dr. The storylines were about how he learned to be a good doctor plus his relationships and dealings with his patients and coworkers. Barrymore, ever in character, was the crusty, loveable diagnostician, dr. Kildare movie collection warner archive collection. Kildares crisis stars lewayres, lionelbarrymore, robertyoung, laraineday the movie has a runtime of about 1 hr 15 min, and received a score of out of 100 on metacritic. James kildare has just completed his internship at blair general hospital. Bucquet, with lew ayres, lionel barrymore, laraine day, at turner classic movies. Story of dr kildare the drama old time radio downloads. It was first aired on wmgm new york station from february 1, 1950 until august 3, 1951.
Kildares crisis is a 1940 drama film directed by harold s. This films initial telecast took place in altoona pa thursday 28 february 1957 on. Kildares fiancee cancels their wedding after she learns that her brother has epilepsy. In this episode of the popular medical series, kildare is getting ready for his wedding when he learns that his fiancees brother may have epilepsy. James kildare decides to take a position at a large new york hospital instead of joining his fathers country practice. Gillespie s criminal case 1944 3 men in white 1945 between two women. Im curious about this one but too much to watch and get right now so this will be later down the road for me. Kildare was a series of sixteen feature films from 1937 to 1947.
Kildare but have only gotten through seasons 1 and 2 and most of the 3rd season so far. Here both merrill and masseys performances shine and, for the first time, we see gillespies heart pierced in a fathers most awful moment of crisis. Kildare lew ayres comes to the aid of gregory lane, a down on his luck brain surgeon who has grown depressed over losing too. Congrats gary i know youve been waiting for this one. The film was based on a story and characters created by author frederick schiller faust, writing as max brand. Kildare 1941 basis for seventh film in mgm series, last collaboration between faust and mgm dr. With lew ayres, lionel barrymore, laraine day, robert young. Kildares strange case full movie lew ayres, lionel. Kildares strange case is a 1940 american film directed by harold s. Kildare was a large fictional metropolitan hospital called blair general hospital. Kildare movie series starring lew ayres and lionel barrymore. Nurse mary lamont is excited about her brothers impending visit. James kildare is a fictional american medical doctor character, originally created in the 1930s by the author frederick schiller faust under the pen name max brand. Kildare is a helpless bystander as a brilliant but plain woman colleen dewhurst is faced with cancer surgery.
James kildare has just completed his internship at blair general hospital and is. The set is a nine film, fivedisc collection of the popular mgm dr. Kildare episodes from season 2,view pictures, get episode information and more. Kildares crisis lew ayres lionel barrymore robert young 1940 dr. Kildare 1939 passed 1h 26min crime, drama 28 april 1939 usa dr. Kildare tv show was a drama series on nbc that ran for 60 minutes for the first four seasons and then 30 minutes in its final season. The large white building shown at the beginning of each episode to represent the hospital was really the irving thalberg building on the mgm pictures set. Kildares swansong fifth season carried with it some significant changes to the shows format. Kildare film which stars regulars lew ayres as kildare, laraine day as mary, lionel barrymore as dr.
Carough, who portrayed the hospitals chief administrator and a constant thorn in dr. Kildare s crisis 1940 mary s brother special guest star robert young suffers from. Kildares victory 1942 was the last of the series to star lew ayres. Shes afraid that her worried husband tom bosley, whom she married based more on a fear of being alone than for love, will reject her. Kildares success in literature, film and radio inspired mgm to bring the franchise to television, which resulted in one of the most popular dramas of the 1960s dr. The night before 2015 streaming ita film in italiano gratis. Mary lamonts laraine day financier brother douglas lamont robert young is subject to seizures, and it seems that he is suffering from hereditary epilepsy.
Kildare movies of the late 1930 s and early 1940 s, and brought to the microphone the stars of that series, lew ayres and lionel barrymore. Kildare approved 1h 22min drama 14 october 1938 usa fresh out of medical school, young dr. Kildare who believes he may be hiding a serious illness. Bucquet, lew ayres, lionel barrymore, laraine day, crime, drama march 3, 2018 dr. Original mgm scene lobby card for the film the people vs. Doctor kildare radio show was one of the more popular medical drama serializations on old time radio. Horace macmahon joined the cast regulars in the series as taxi driver foghorn murphy. Lew ayres, whod just completed george cukors holiday on loan to mgm from. Kildares crisis original trailer for the sixth kildare movie, dr. Gillespie tries to teach jimmy kildare a lesson by tossing him into a street clinic. Kildare those 50some years ago, my crush this time is on dr. Kildare, the hugely successful 19611966 tv series starring richard chamberlain and the grandfather of the modern medical drama. Bucquet, starring lew ayres, lionel barrymore and laraine day.
Kildare entry we have what feels like a cut and paste job of leftover script ideas, therefore a largely uneven affair. Kildare s direct gaze, honesty, kindness, courage to confront, and dedication to doing what was right, all inspired me to look for the same traits in myself and others. Kildares marriage could be called off when the brides brother is diagnosed with epilepsy. Kildare, when the other party in the case isnt the people, its a woman kildare operated on whos suffering from an injured leg. Kildares crisis 1940 headstrong doctor james kildare lew ayres and his fiancee, mary lamont laraine day, are visited by marys brother, douglas robert young, shortly before their. A raymond massey played the role of the curmudgeonly dr. Over the run of the series, several radio veterans starred in this old radio show. Emmy lorfield, beverly garland julia dressard, gina gillespie, jack weston dr. Archive collection line of hardtofind library and cult titles has released the dr.174 859 1394 372 165 1072 661 597 1449 115 1579 646 1593 1414 1375 1556 550 1435 1425 64 1450 1514 1364 162 873 1225 1192 1073 852 1071 813 67 1409