Pat Boone began his career in the music industry. One of the biggest recording stars in the U.S, he appeared in the musical ‘Bernadine’ in 1957. The film became a record hit. He starred in the remake of ‘Home in Indiana,’ - ‘April Love’ which became the fourth most popular movie of 1957.
He starred and produced the documentary ‘Salute to The Teenagers,’ and also appeared in the military comedy ‘All Hands on Deck,’ which was a moderate hit. In 1962, he appeared in ‘State Fair,’ another remake which bombed at the box-office.
Some of his other notable film credits also include ‘The Cross and The Switchblade,’ ‘God’s Not Dead 2,’ ‘The Horror of It All,’ ‘Never Put It In Writing,’ ‘The Main Attraction,’ and more.
Journey to the Center of the Earth is a science fiction adventure film which revolves around a geologist and his assistant who decide to go on an expedition to find the center of the Earth. The travel to a volcano in Iceland, from where they plan to begin their journey. Two other people decide to join them, but problem arises when a rival scientist decides to follow them as well.
A small-town priest David Wilkerson, along with a smart-street boy, works towards spreading the message of peace and hope within a band of vexed young men residing in a crime-ridden neck of the woods.
This American musical follows the Frake family as they make their way to the Texas State Fair in Dallas. The parents – Abel and Melissa – wish to win the competition they have entered into while the children – Margy and Wayne – find love in Jerry Dundee and Emily Porter respectively.
Felix meets Alma on a warm summer evening in Paris and falls in love. They have a gala time and spend the night in a park. The very next day Alma leaves Paris to join her family on vacation. Felix decides to follow his ladylove and give her a surprise. Well, does she feel pleased to have him around?
Bernardine is a musical comedy film which revolves around Sanford and Beau, two high school students who like to play pranks on others. They enter a fictional woman’s name in a contest, and things get complicated when the contestant wins.
Pearl White, an attractive, lively sweatshop girl aspires to become an actress. She bags a spot in a theatre company which is run by Michael Farrington. She soon embarks on the road to stardom with the hand-holding from her mentors. She is crowned as the queen of silent movies.