MILESTONES IN THE MOVIE LIFE OF VICTOR MATURE
Photo 1-The Housekeeper's Daughter, 1939, was Vic's first film.
Photo 2-One Million B.C., 1940. Vic, Carole Landis, and prehistoric scenes.
Photo 3-Captain Caution, 1940, with an 1812 setting, Louise Platt as heroine.
Photo 4-No, No, Nanette, 1940, on loan-out to RKO. With Anna Neagle.
Photo 5-I Wake Up Screaming, 1941, with Grable. From the best seller.
Photo 6-The Shanghai Gesture, 1941. Lady in case is Gene Tierney.
Photo 7-Song of the Islands, 1942. Betty Grable again, and a musical.
Photo 8-My Gal Sal, 1942, had Rita and Technicolor. Victor played Paul Dresser.
Photo 9-Footlight Serenade, 1942. Third with Grable. Another great musical.
Photo 10-Seven Days Leave was finished after Vic was in the Coast Guard.
Photo 11-My Darling Clementine, 1946, with Linda Darnell, gave him good role.
Photo 12-Moss Rose, 1947, with Peggy Cummins, was a suspenseful thriller.
Photo 13-Kiss of Death, 1947, Vic as Nick Bianco. With B. Donlevy.
Photo 14-Fury at Furnace Creek, 1948, and Colleen Grey with Vic.
Photo 15-Martin Rome, 1948. With Dick Conte.