Movie Trailers - January 1948

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Popular trailers for movies released in January 1948

Total trailers found: 174

I Walk Alone Trailer (1948)

16 January 1948

Frankie Madison returns to New York after 14 years in prison. Noll Turner, Frankie's former partner in bootlegging, is now a wealthy nightclub manager, and Frankie is expecting him to honor a verbal '50:50' agreement they made when he was caught and Noll got away.

The Treasure of the Sierra Madre Trailer (1948)

24 January 1948

Fred C. Dobbs and Bob Curtin, both down on their luck in Tampico, Mexico in 1925, meet up with a grizzled prospector named Howard and decide to join with him in search of gold in the wilds of central Mexico.

One Touch of Venus Trailer (1948)

08 January 1948

Fantasy comedy about a young window dresser who kisses a statue of Venus, which then comes to life in the form of Ava Gardner.

Sitting Pretty Trailer (1948)

01 January 1948

Tacey and Harry King are a suburban couple with three sons and a serious need of a babysitter. Tacey puts an ad in the paper for a live-in babysitter, and the ad is answered by Lynn Belvedere.

Les Misérables Trailer (1948)

21 January 1948

In 1935, American audiences were treated to two simultaneously released versions of Les Miserables, one made in Hollywood, the other in France.

Secret Beyond the Door Trailer (1948)

01 January 1948

Fritz Lang’s psycho thriller tells the story of a woman who marries a stranger with a deadly hobby and through their love he attempts to fight off his obsessive-compulsive actions.

Blanche Fury Trailer (1948)

01 January 1948

Blanche accepts a job as governess from her Fury relations. Her passion for one of the family members who is plotting against the Furys set off events that end in murder.

The Prince Of Thieves Trailer (1948)

16 January 1948

After fighting in the Crusades alongside Richard I of England Sir Allan Claire is returning home to marry his betrothed Lady Christable.

Overland Trails Trailer (1948)

31 January 1948

Johnny Mack Brown stars in this above-average B-Western from Monogram, penned under the pseudonym of Jess Bowers by veteran genre specialist Adele Buffington.

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Trailer (1948)

01 January 1948

The rare original version of the classic underdog holiday story by ace animator Max Fleischer.

Music in Darkness Trailer (1948)

17 January 1948

Because of an accident at a military drill the recruit Bengt loses his eyesight and becomes blind. He gets to live with relatives in the countryside and meets the young Ingrid.

Vice Versa Trailer (1948)

01 January 1948

Businessman Paul Bultitude is sending his son Dick to a boarding school. While holding a magic stone from India, he wishes that he could be young again.

Jungle Patrol Trailer (1948)

01 January 1948

Eight fighter pilots hold off constant Japanese attacks during the construction of an airstrip in New Guinea.

The Elephant and the Ant Trailer (1948)

01 January 1948

Animated short based on a fable written by Daghestani poet Gamzat Tsadasa.

Weegee's New York Trailer (1948)

01 January 1948

The best known, "Weegee's New York" (1948), presents a surprisingly lyrical view of the city without a hint of crime or murder.

They Caught the Ferry Trailer (1948)

01 January 1948

A man and a woman on a motorcycle arrive with a ferry to Assens. They want to catch the next ferry in Nyborg, on the other side of the island, but this ferry will leave in three quarters of an hour and the ferry berth is 70 km away.

Molti sogni per le strade Trailer (1948)

01 January 1948

Comedy directed by Mario Camerini.

Anna Karenina Trailer (1948)

22 January 1948

Stefan and Dolly Oblonsky have had a spat and Stefan has asked his sister, Anna Karenina, to come down to Moscow to help mend the rift.

Waverley Steps: A Visit to Edinburgh Trailer (1948)

02 January 1948

Waverley Steps - subtitled ‘a visit to Edinburgh’ - is an evocative minor classic. John Eldridge’s film takes the semi-documentary form of a collage of scripted vignettes, at first disconnected but gradually overlapping.

Fifa e Arena Trailer (1948)

01 January 1948

Little Gray Neck Trailer (1948)

01 January 1948

An injured duckling attempts to survive the cold winter.

G-Men Never Forget Trailer (1948)

31 January 1948

An escaped criminal impersonates a Police Commissioner, causing no end of trouble to a determined Federal Agent.

Mouse Cleaning Trailer (1948)

01 January 1948

Mammy Two-Shoes threatens to throw Tom out of the house if he makes a mess. Jerry sees an opportunity to rid himself of his feline nemesis.

The Apple-Knockers and the Coke Trailer (1948)

01 January 1948

Much of Hunter's fame was built upon her resemblance to Marilyn Monroe; indeed, her Playboy pose was obviously inspired by Monroe's notorious 1949 nude photo session with Tom Kelley from which her own Playboy photo came.

Easy Money Trailer (1948)

20 January 1948

A win on the football pools in postwar Britain changes lives. A happy family is turned into an unhappy argumentative lot until it is discovered the coupon apparently didn't get posted.

Teri Yaad Trailer (1948)

02 January 1948

Directed by Daud Chand.

They're Off Trailer (1948)

23 January 1948

At the race track, various spectators (all Goofy lookalikes) are playing the ponies. A posh rich Goofy bets on the equally posh Snapshot III while another more common looking Goofy bets on the bedraggled Old Moe.

N.U. Trailer (1948)

01 January 1948

Early documentary by Michelangelo Antonioni.

La mies es mucha Trailer (1948)

01 January 1948

The Spanish missionary reaches Kattinga Santiago Hernandez, India, to succeed Father Daniel, seriously ill and died several days later.

Mother's Day Trailer (1948)

02 January 1948

Accepting the potentialities of the medium to manipulate both time and space, Broughton brings past and present head-on as he regards with adult feelings his childhood family and friends.

When You Come Home Trailer (1948)

01 January 1948

When You Come Home was Randle’s seventh feature film, and sees him recount his life as a music hall odd job man to his grandaughter.

Steps of the Ballet Trailer (1948)

02 January 1948

Robert Helpmann explains, and dancers from the Covent Garden and Sadler's Wells troupes demonstrate, basic steps and movements of the dance as a new ballet is rehearsed and performed.

Daughter of Darkness Trailer (1948)

21 January 1948

In Ballyconnen, Emmy Baudine (Siobhan McKenna) is a beautiful but disturbed young woman who works for the local priest.

Counterblast Trailer (1948)

01 January 1948

An escaped World War 2 Nazi doctor, impersonates a murdered English doctor so he can work on a vaccination to protect the Germans in their planned germ warfare.

Border Street Trailer (1948)

11 January 1948

Venice Film Festival 1948

Lysis Trailer (1948)

01 January 1948

Markopoulos called Lysis “a study in stream-of-consciousness poetry of a lost, wandering, homosexual soul” and felt that the film foreshadowed The Illiac Passion.

The Fool and the Princess Trailer (1948)

11 January 1948

In this romantic comedy, a man returns to his wife after the war, but is disturbed by his continuing fixation upon the woman he met who claims to be a Russian princess.

Danke, es geht mir gut Trailer (1948)

23 January 1948

Picnic Trailer (1948)

01 January 1948

A short by Curtis Harrington

The Main Street Kid Trailer (1948)

01 January 1948

A young boy is struck by lightning, and discovers afterwards that he has the power of telepathy.

Sinister Journey Trailer (1948)

01 January 1948

Lee Garvin has eloped with the daughter of a railroad man who didn't approve of the marriage. Hoppy steps in when the young man is framed for murder.

Gorilla My Dreams Trailer (1948)

03 January 1948

Bugs is sailing the South Seas when a gorilla mother, desperate for a child, hijacks his barrel and presents Bugs to her husband.

The Gay Ranchero Trailer (1948)

14 January 1948

Manzanita Springs ia a combination small airline and spa and Vance Brados wants it. He pays their mechanic to have the planes run out of fuel so his men can rob the gold shipments and kill the pilots.

Film Without Title Trailer (1948)

23 January 1948

Bet Your Life Trailer (1948)

16 January 1948

Against his wishes, Leon Errol is forced to buy a sweepstakes ticket

Women in the Night Trailer (1948)

02 January 1948

During WW2 six allied nations women at Shanghai University are arrested by the Germans accused of killing a German officer and forced to entertain the Japanese.

¡Esquina bajan...! Trailer (1948)

02 January 1948

Par la fenêtre Trailer (1948)

22 January 1948

The Chicken of Tomorrow Trailer (1948)

01 January 1948

Advances in chicken and egg farming.

A Gunman Has Escaped Trailer (1948)

01 January 1948

In this crime drama, three gem thieves must get out of London after they kill a man. Friction between the men increases as they hide out on a farm and then get back on the road.

The House-Cat (Felis Vulgaris) Trailer (1948)

01 January 1948

The common house-cat's imagination exceeds reality.

Caña Trailer (1948)

01 January 1948

This short film celebrates the social legislation of wage reform for cane laborers.

The Lights of Ten Thousand Homes Trailer (1948)

01 January 1948

This tale of familial warfare and sacrifice takes place in hard-pressed Shanghai at the end of the 1940s.

Meditation on Violence Trailer (1948)

01 January 1948

Chao-Li Chi shadow boxes first indoors. Then he is shown practicing with a sword outside, surrounded by a low stone wall over looking a river.

Rubens Trailer (1948)

01 January 1948

This film represents the meeting of art criticism and cinema, 'the complete Rubens' expressed in sound and movement.

Castle Sinister Trailer (1948)

01 January 1948

During the War, a British agent travels to the remote Glennye Castle in the wilds of Scotland to investigate a mysterious murder by a masked phantom.

Forbidden Women Trailer (1948)

01 January 1948

After studying in America, South Seas Prince Sigore returns home with plans to change things on his island.

Mademoiselle s'amuse Trailer (1948)

30 January 1948

A New Year Night Trailer (1948)

01 January 1948

It is a New Year fairy tale on a wonderful fur-tree. The basic idea is to show, that the fairy tale became true, that something about what we dreamed became the reality.

Van Gogh Trailer (1948)

01 January 1948

Oscar Winning 1948 short film by Alain Resnais, not to be confused with either the Short 1966 TV doc or the 1991 feature film by Maurice Pialat, both of which shared the same name.