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NEW ORLEANS Uncensored INSERT Poster BEVERLY GARLAND 55
 

NEW ORLEANS Uncensored INSERT Poster BEVERLY GARLAND 55

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Great ORIGINAL 1950's INSERT Poster measuring 14" x 36" with great artwork! It's OVER 60 YEARS OLD! This poster is all original, It has some slight wear, by the folds. This posterwas to promote the 1955 crime drama motion picture,New Orleans UncensoredDirector:William CastleScreenplay by Orville H. HamptonFilmed at White Heat...At the Bottom of Desire Street! A Navy veteran purchases a government surplus vessel and becomes involved in the capture of waterfront racketeers. On the New Orleans shipping docks, an open hiring call for workers dissolves into a free-for-all fistfight led by representatives of racketeer Zero Saxon, who intends to stifle outside competition for the men. When ex-naval officer Dan Corbett arrives at the docks looking for work, he is put off by the brawl, and goes instead to a shipyard, where he negotiates the purchase of a surplus LSM craft, with which he plans to use to start his own shipping business. The shipyard owner agrees to allow Dan to make payments, recommending that he might find work at the shipyard by attending the longshoremen picnic. At the picnic, Dan is befriended by Alma Mae, the girl friend of Jack Petty, business agent for the longshoremen's union. When a drunk makes a pass at Alma, Dan knocks him out, impressing Alma, who reveals that the man is the union's top boxer. Later, Dan asks Alma if she can help him get a job and, per her advice, the next morning meets Joe Reilly, Saxon's dock manager. Joe explains that Saxon succeeds by underlooking all the other wharfs in the city, and Dan agrees to sign on. That night, Dan meets Joe and his wife Marie for dinner and is introduced to Scrappy Durant, Marie's brother, a former boxer turned coach, who offers to help Dan box for the union. Over the next several days on the dock, Dan works hard, but is confused when Joe rebukes him for wanting to check the papers on a suspicious shipment. Dan accepts another dinner invitation from Joe and Marie, but when he arrives that night, he and Marie wait in vain for Joe. Unknown to Marie, Joe goes to Saxon to request a release from his job, having saved enough to go into business for himself. Saxon agrees, but after Joe departs, sends his henchmen, Deuce and Big Mike, to kill Joe because of his extensive knowledge of Saxon's operation. Upon the discovery of Joe's murder, New Orleans police and local politicians join with the head of the longshoremen workers to discuss the racketeers' stronghold on the docks. Marie tearfully tells Dan that she expected Joe's death, but Dan remains shocked by the murder. Shortly afterward, an insurance agent arrives at the docks to investigate a report of missing supplies. The dock supervisors interfere with the agent's inspection, causing him to impound a questionable shipment. Late that night, per Saxon's orders, two men dump gasoline near the impounded shipment and set it ablaze. Dan, working late, hastily pushes the burning shipment off the dock with a forklift to prevent the fire from spreading. The next day, Al Chittenden, president of the Longshoremen Association, chastises Petty for allowing the fire to occur. Petty, a close associate of Saxon's, is ordered to build up Dan as a hero to placate Chittenden. Alma asks Dan to her apartment for cocktails to inform him that at the longshoremen's tribute to Joe, Dan will also be honored for his role in the dock fire. At the dinner, Dan is pleased to be publicly acknowledged by Saxon. Scrappy later tells Dan that Marie believes that Dan is being used by Saxon and details how Saxon uses complex paperwork to cover his illegal activities. Soon after, Saxon summons Dan and offers him an enormous salary increase to take Joe's job. When Dan asks frankly how the large salary is possible within union rules, Saxon is evasive, and Dan departs uncommitted. Believing that Scrappy may have counseled Dan, but knowing that another killing would draw too much police scrutiny, Saxon orders Deuce and Big Mike to force a conflict between Dan and Scrappy. At the gym, Deuce tells Scrappy that Dan has confessed that Scrappy advised him of Saxon's operation. Angered, Scrappy attempts to provoke Dan in the ring, and confused, Dan finally lashes out at Scrappy and is mortified when the coach collapses, dead. Later, Marie tells a stunned Dan that he is not to blame, as Scrappy had a bad heart, which only the family and Saxon knew about. When Dan recalls Deuce and Big Mike's presence at the gym, he informs the police and Chittenden of the activities he has witnessed on the docks and Scrappy's disclosures. The police ask Dan to plant a radio monitor on one of the Saxon shipments to track its movements and soon discover the complicated ring of outlets Saxon uses to move around supplies. When Saxon discovers the monitor, he attempts to gain access to incriminating papers housed in one of the dock warehouses. With the police still unable to arrest Saxon, Chittenden assists by ordering the longshoremen to strike, thus impeding any access to the docks by Saxon's men. Saxon sends Big Mike to beat up Dan for his complicity with the authorities, but Dan is revived by Alma, who offers him information about Saxon's involvement in Joe's murder in exchange for immunity. Dan locates Saxon, who has secretly entered the warehouse, and is wounded in a fight with him before Saxon is eventually arrested. Several months later, Dan and Marie relax on board his LSM as they hear the news of Saxon's indictment.The entire cast included: Arthur Franz... Dan CorbettBeverly Garland... Marie ReillyHelene Stanton... Alma MaeMichael Ansara... Floyd 'Zero' SaxonStacy Harris... Scrappy DurantWilliam Henry... Joe ReillyMichael Granger... Jack PettyFrankie Ray... DeuceEd Nelson... Charlie (as Edwin Stafford Nelson)Mike Mazurki... Big MikeAl Chittenden... HimselfJoseph L. Scheuering... HimselfVictor SchiroHoward L. Dey... HimselfPete Herman... HimselfPoster has bright vivid artwork. It has some wear in folds. OPENED would look amazing! MORE INFO ON BEVERLY GARLAND: Beverly Garland (October 17, 1926 – December 5, 2008) was an American film and television actress, businesswoman and hotel owner. Garland gained prominence for her role as Fred MacMurray's second wife, "Barbara Harper Douglas," in the 1960s sitcom, My Three Sons (a role she played from 1969 until the series ended in 1972). In the 1980s, she co-starred as Kate Jackson's widowed mother, "Dotty West," in the television series Scarecrow and Mrs. King, on CBS. She also had a recurring role as Ginger Jackson on the The WB Television Network series, 7th Heaven.Garland was born Beverly Lucy Fessenden, in Santa Cruz, California, the daughter of Amelia Rose, who worked in business, and James Atkins Fessenden, a singer and salesman. Garland grew up in Glendale, California. Her 1950s acting roles tended to be tough women who could handle themselves in violent situations. Nineteen fifty-six was a busy year for Garland as she played a female marshal the Western Gunslinger, with Chris Alcaide as her deputy, a prison escapee in Swamp Women, and a scientist's wife who battles an alien in It Conquered the World. All three movies were directed by Roger Corman and were spoofed in the 1990s by Mystery Science Theater 3000. Garland then starred as undercover police officer, "Casey Jones" in the syndicated television series Decoy.In 1957, Beverly made television history as the star of the syndicated TV series Decoy, the first American television police series with a woman in the starring role. It, however only lasted a single season, with thirty-nine episodes. This groundbreaking series, despite its relatively short run, paved the way for many future police/detective shows starring women, such as NBC's Police Woman starring Angie Dickinson , ABC's Honey West starring Anne Francis,CBS's Cagney and Lacey, starring Tyne Daly and Sharon Gless, and ABC'S Charlie's Angels starring Kate Jackson.Garland appeared twice as Dooris Denny Bona in the episodes "Remember the Alamo" and "The Widow of Kill Cove" in 1960 in Rod Cameron's syndicated private detective series COronado 9. In 1957, guest starred as Elli Austin in the episode "Rodeo Rough House" of another of Cameron's syndicated series, State Trooper. She also appeared in the 1955 episode "Man Down, Woman Screaming" of Cameron's first syndicated series, City Detective, the story of a tough New York City police lieutenant. She appeared too as Sarah Garvey in the episode "Cattle Drive to Casper" in the NBC anthology series Frontier. About this time, she also appeared in the first Brian Keith series, Crusader, a Cold War drama.Garland guest starred in 1963 as Marya Stone in the episode "What Did She Mean By Good Luck?" in NBC's medical drama about psychiatry, The Eleventh Hour.In the 1964-1965 television season, Garland co-starred in the role of Ellie Collins with Bing Crosby as husband Bing Collins in the ABC sitcom The Bing Crosby Show. Carol Faylen and Diane Sherry played her teenaged daughters.Although Garland co-starred with Anthony Perkins and Tuesday Weld in the 1968 feature film Pretty Poison, she is best known for playing suburban moms on several TV series. Garland appeared as "Barbara Harper Douglas," second wife of "Steve Douglas" (Fred MacMurray), for the final three seasons of My Three Sons (1969-72) and as "Dotty West," mother of "Mrs. King" (Kate Jackson) on all four seasons of the lighthearted espionage drama, Scarecrow and Mrs. King (1983-87). Garland was also featured in the successful series Remington Steele as the mother of Stephanie Zimbalist's character, detective Laura Holt.Her decades of TV guest appearances range from the first-season Twilight Zone episode "The Four of Us Are Dying," about a con artist with a thousand faces (1960). Garland also guest starred in an episode in the final season of Kung Fu. She reprised her earlier Western personae as a tough gun-slinging widow. She appeared on the Mary Tyler Moore Show as a long-ago girlfriend of Lou Grant. Garlan
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