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April 03, 2020

The Million Pound Note (1954) Starring Gregory Peck




The Million Pound Note (1954) Starring Gregory Peck

As part of a bet, two aristocrats offer a penniless American (Gregory Peck) a loan, without telling him that the amount is £1,000,000 in the form of a single banknote.



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At home with Donald Trump Jr. & Kimberly Guilfoyle





At home with Donald Trump Jr. & Kimberly Guilfoyle


Just like most people around the U.S., Donald Trump Jr. and Kimberly Guilfoyle are doing their part in social distancing and staying home as much as possible. They spoke to One America’s Patrick Hussion about the Trump administration's response to COVID-19, Joe Biden, “Triggered,” and their upcoming live Q&A event.


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House Minority Leader Rep. Kevin McCarthy rips Pelosi's 'pure politics' response to coronavirus




House Minority Leader Rep. Kevin McCarthy says lawmakers should be focused on taking care of the coronavirus crisis instead of creating 'redundant' oversight measures.



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Air Force refuses to release records of Joe & Hunter Biden flying together aboard Air Force Two






Air Force refuses to release records of Joe & Hunter Biden flying together aboard Air Force Two


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April 02, 2020

What's The Worst That Could Happen?




What's The Worst That Could Happen?


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Mike Lindell, My Pillow CEO, Shifts Factory to Face Mask Production





Mike Lindell, My Pillow CEO, Shifts Factory to Face Mask Production


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April 01, 2020

A Nero Wolfe Mystery ....The Silent Speaker




A Nero Wolfe Mystery ....The Silent Speaker



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March 31, 2020

Dr. Fauci to CNN's Jim Acosta: Sound Bites Like Yours Get Taken Out of Context





Dr. Fauci to CNN's Jim Acosta: Sound Bites Like Yours Get Taken Out of Context
Dr. Anthony Fauci, a leading member of the White House Coronavirus Task Force, called out CNN's Jim Acosta for trying to prompt a sound bite by repeatedly asking whether the current death rates could have been reduced had the guidelines been enacted sooner.



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Elvis How great thou art 1972 (very impressive)




Elvis How great thou art 1972 (very impressive)


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March 30, 2020

Andrea Bocelli - The Lord's Prayer



Andrea Bocelli - The Lord's Prayer


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March 29, 2020

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham pins Pelosi's attack on Trump as 'shameful, disgusting'



Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham pins Pelosi's attack on Trump as 'shameful, disgusting'



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House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy on relief bill: History will not be kind to the Democrats




House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy on relief bill: History will not be kind to the Democrats



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March 28, 2020

The Limping Man (1953) LLOYD BRIDGES





The Limping Man (1953) LLOYD BRIDGES

Stars: Lloyd Bridges, Moira Lister, Alan Wheatley
Director: Cy Endfield

A WWII veteran goes back to England after the war only to discover that his wartime sweetheart has got mixed up with a dangerous spy ring!



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President Trump makes remarks at bon voyage for USNS Comfort, which is departing for New York from Norfolk, VA.




President Trump makes remarks at bon voyage for USNS Comfort, which is departing for New York from Norfolk, VA.




President Trump Sends Off USNS Comfort; Navy Ship Bound for NYC Coronavirus Aid 3/28/20


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President Trump Delivers Remarks Upon Departure






President Trump Delivers Remarks Upon Departure



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March 27, 2020

The Stranger (1946) ORSON WELLES






The Stranger (1946) ORSON WELLES

Director: Orson Welles
Stars: Orson Welles, Edward G. Robinson, Loretta Young

A Federal Agent poses as an antique dealer to snare a Nazi war criminal living in a small Connecticut town with his unsuspecting American fiancee. Best-known for Citizen Kane, this was Orson Welles’ most popular film at the box office.


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VP Pence 'confident' US will slow CHINA coronavirus spread



VP Pence 'confident' US will slow CHINA coronavirus spread


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House approves $2T CHINA coronavirus relief bill by unanimous consent





House approves $2T coronavirus relief bill by unanimous consent


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Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says This is war against coronavirus




Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin discusses the $2 trillion coronavirus relief package for Americans.



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March 26, 2020

Agatha Christie Death on the Nile






Agatha Christie Death on the Nile



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March 25, 2020

Suddenly It's Spring 1947 Paulette Goddard Fred MacMurray Macdonald Carey Comedy




Suddenly It's Spring 1947 Paulette Goddard Fred MacMurray Macdonald Carey Comedy


Suddenly, It's Spring (some sources list the title without a comma) is a 1947 comedy film directed by Mitchell Leisen. It stars Paulette Goddard and Fred MacMurray.

The story is set in 1945, at the end of World War II. Goddard and MacMurray play a married couple seeing other again after both served in the military. When they parted, they were planning to divorce, but they never went through with it. Now reunited, they must decide if the marriage should end. Meanwhile, another woman considers herself betrothed to the husband, and a friend of the husband has romantic designs on the wife.



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Mark Levin: Pelosi's Sabotage Has a Dark Purpose





Mark Levin: Pelosi's Sabotage Has a Dark Purpose



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Lindsey Graham SLAMS Democrats Plan To DERAIL Economy



Lindsey Graham SLAMS Democrats Plan To DERAIL Economy


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March 24, 2020

National Economic Council Director Larry Kudlow urges Congress to pass stimulus bills to boost the economy






National Economic Council Director Larry Kudlow on coronavirus stimulus and when Americans could be going back to work.


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March 23, 2020

Hercule Poirot (The Lost Mine) 1990






Hercule Poirot (The Lost Mine) 1990

Hercule Poirot is hired by Lord Pearson, who happens to the head of the bank where Poirot keeps his accounts, to find Mr. Wu Ling who was to have attended a meeting at the bank hat morning, but has disappeared. The missing man was to sell the bank a deed to a silver mine. When the man is found dead, he finds himself searching for a killer. All of the evidence seems to point to an American, Charles Lester, but Poirot finds that to be just a little too convenient. At home, Poirot and Captain Hastings find themselves involved in a vicious game of Monopoly!



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Greg Gutfeld on promising new treatments on the coronavirus





Greg Gutfeld on promising new treatments on the coronavirus



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Jason Chaffetz: You're seeing the worst of congress, particularly Pelosi




Jason Chaffetz: You're seeing the worst of congress, particularly Pelosi



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President Trump activates National Guard in three hardest-hit states




President Trump activates National Guard in three hardest-hit states.


President Trump has activated the National Guard in New York, Washington state and California. Fox News' John Roberts reports.



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March 22, 2020

Sen. Mitch McConnell holds a press conference




Sen. Mitch McConnell holds a press conference


Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) holds a news conference amid coronavirus relief bill negotiations.


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South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham on on Congress' efforts to finalize $1 trillion coronavirus relief aid



South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham on on Congress' efforts to finalize $1 trillion coronavirus relief aid


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March 21, 2020

Made for Each Other (1939)





Made for Each Other (1939)


Stars: Carole Lombard, James Stewart, Charles Coburn
Director: John Cromwell
Producer: David O. Selznick

After a whirlwind courtship, newlyweds discover their road to happiness is besieged by a meddling mother-in-law, money problems, a curmudgeonly boss, and tragic illness. David O. Selznick's next production would be "Gone with the Wind."


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Kenny Rogers, Country Music Legend, Dies 'Peacefully' At 81



Kenny Rogers, Country Music Legend, Dies 'Peacefully' At 81

The country music world has lost a legend. Singer Kenny Rogers passed away on March 20 at age 81, his family announced on Twitter. Rogers died "peacefully" while in hospice care and was surrounded by loved ones, according to the statement. The icon's music career spanned six decades and included 24 No. 1 hits, from classics like "The Gambler" to "Islands in the Stream" and more. The icon was a Country Music Hall of Fame inductee with three Grammys and six CMA Award wins. He also received Lifetime Achievement honors from the CMA in 2013 as well as CMT's Artist of a Lifetime Award in 2015. Rogers' family revealed plans for a "small private service" and will announce a larger public celebration at a later date.


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Lara Trump and Real News Insights with Pastor Darrell Scott




Lara Trump and Real News Insights with Pastor Darrell Scott



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March 20, 2020

A Message for Parents from First Lady Melania Trump




A Message for Parents from First Lady Melania Trump



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President Trump SHUTS DOWN Mexico and Canada Borders





President Trump SHUTS DOWN Mexico and Canada Borders


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Secretary Perdue "I want to assure you that our food supply chain is sound"




Secretary Perdue "I want to assure you that our food supply chain is sound"


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March 19, 2020

Poirot dead man's folly




Poirot dead man's folly


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March 18, 2020

President Trump says Strong & United, We Will Prevail!





President Trump says Strong & United, We Will Prevail!


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March 17, 2020

INVISIBLE GHOST (1941)




INVISIBLE GHOST (1941)

Invisible Ghost (1941) full movie | old horror movies | BELA LUGOSI | classic horror movies | classic cinema | The town's leading citizen becomes a homicidal maniac after his wife deserts him.


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March 16, 2020

C-Man (1949) DEAN JAGGER




C-Man (1949) DEAN JAGGER

Stars: Dean Jagger, John Carradine and Lottie Elwen
Director: Joseph Lerner

A US customs agent investigates the death of his partner and becomes entangled in a complex maze of jewel smuggling, deceit, and murder!


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March 15, 2020

Million Dollar Weekend (1948) CRIME THRILLER




Million Dollar Weekend (1948) CRIME THRILLER


Stars: Gene Raymond, Osa Massen, Francis Lederer
Director: Gene Raymond

A young stockbroker embezzles a million dollars, but en route on his escape he falls in love with a woman suspected of murdering her husband. He now regrets his theft, and the pair attempt to return the stolen loot before it is discovered missing!



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March 14, 2020

My Dear Secretary (1948) KIRK DOUGLAS





My Dear Secretary (1948) KIRK DOUGLAS


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President Trump and Members of the Coronavirus Task Force Hold a Press Briefing






President Trump and Members of the Coronavirus Task Force Hold a Press Briefing


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March 13, 2020

Whistle Stop (1946) AVA GARDNER





Whistle Stop (1946) AVA GARDNER

Stars: George Raft, Ava Gardner, Victor McLaglen
Director: Léonide Moguy

A small town girl returns home as a glamorous femme fatale and ignites a deadly love triangle between a small-time hood and an unsavory nightclub owner.


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March 12, 2020

President Trump Participates in a Meeting with the Prime Minister of Ireland






President Trump Participates in a Meeting with the Prime Minister of Ireland



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March 11, 2020

President Trump Addresses the Nation




President Trump Addresses the Nation



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March 10, 2020

President Trump Presents the Presidential Medal of Freedom to General Jack Keane





President Trump Presents the Presidential Medal of Freedom to General Jack Keane


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