(Transferred from 16MM Motion Picture Film, All Black and White) [46 Titles] 



12/19/1954 Fred Waring Christmas Music Ronald Reagan introduction and conclusion, (no commercial)

 03/04/1955 Feather Top starring Natalie Wood. Ronald Reagan introduction and end commercial for Natalie Wood/James Dean movie "Rebel Without a Cause" 

11/06/1955 Winner By Decision starring Harry Belafonte 

11/13/1955 Farewell To Kennedy starring Alan Ladd 

11/20/1955 Prosper's Old Mother starring Ronald Reagan, Ethel Barrymore, Charles Bronson  

11/27/1955 From The Top starring Jack Carter, Lisa Kirk, Buddy Rich. 

12/11/1955 Seeds of Hate starring Charlton Heston and Steve Cochran

12/18/1955 Let It Rain starring Ronald Reagan and Cloris Leachman  

01/01/1956 Portrait of A Ballerina starring Joyce Van der Veen 

01/08/1956 Esteban's Legacy starring Ricardo Montalban 

01/15/1956 Ballad of Mender McClure starring Thomas Mitchell/Vincent Price. Reagan does some TV magic in introduction.  

01/22/1956 The Muse and Mrs. Parkinson Ronald Reagan introduction and commercial.  

01/29/1956 Summer Promise starring Joan Fontaine 

02/19/1956 The Honest Man starring Jack Benny and Zsa Zsa Gabor. Introduction by Ronald Reagan 

02/26/1956 Try To Remember starring Ronald Reagan, Kim Hunter and Angie Dickinson.  

03/18/1956 The Night Goes On starring Rosalind Russell. Introduction by Ronald Reagan

03/25/1956 Reflected Glory starring Ethel Merman and Walter Matthau 

04/01/1956 The Easter Gift starring MacDonald Carey 

04/08/1956 Judy Garland Half Hour Musical Production Introduction by Ronald Reagan. 

04/29/1956 H M S Marlborough will Enter Port starring Joseph Cotton 

05/20/1956 The Hat With Roses starring Gisell MacKenzie. Ronald Reagan introduction and closes show.  

05/27/1956 The Golden Key starring Joe E. Brown. Ronald Reagan introduces story with a reference to the 1912 World Series. 

11/04/1956 Rider on the Pale Horse (No Ronald Reagan)  

11/25/1956 The Road That Led Afar (No Ronald Reagan)

12/16/1956 The Chess Game (No Ronald Reagan) 

12/23/1956 A Child Is Born, Ronald Reagan, Mrs. Reagan and daughter Patti Introduction and Conclusion, Commercial about GE Employees.  

12/30/1956 The Shadow Outside Terry Moore. Commercial: Ronald Reagan new home building in progress with Nancy Reagan.  

01/20/1957 Lady of the House Commercial with Ronald Reagan, Nancy Reagan and Patti Davis. 

01/27/1957 Doctor of Pawnee Kill starring Lee Marvin, Kevin McCarthy.  

02/03/1957 No Skin off Me starring Ronald Reagan. (Reagan’s Message for Hungarian Refugees)  

02/10/1957 Town With A Past starring Jimmy Stewart. (No commercial). 

02/17/1957 The Big Shooter starring Eva Gabor, Art Linkletter.  

02/24/1957 Flight From Tormendo starring Donna Reed. 

03/03/1957 The Fenton Touch starring Jack Benny.

03/17/1957 Victorian Chaise Lounge starring Joan Fontaine. (No commercial).

03/24/1957 Too Good With A Gun starring Bob Cummings and Michael Landon. Introduction by Ronald Reagan. Commercial in Reagan home demonstrating GE Electrical Appliances. Ronald Reagan, Nancy Reagan, Patti Davis all speak.  

04/07/1957 Clown starring Henry Fonda. (commercial without Reagan).

04/14/1957 The Cab Driver starring Imogene Coca and Keenan Wynn. (commercial without Reagan).

04/21/1957 Bitter Choice Stories starring Anne Baxter. Commercial in Reagan home demonstrating GE Electrical Appliances with Ronald Reagan, Nancy Reagan and Patti Davis.

05/12/1957 A Question of Survival starring Ronald Reagan and Kevin McCarthy. 

05/19/1957 The Man Who Inherited Everything starring George Sanders. Ronald Reagan Introduction and visit to Reagan's new Pacific Palisades home with Nancy Reagan and Patti Davis.  

05/26/1957 New Girl In His Life starring John Forsythe (pilot for" Bachelor Father") Ronald Reagan introduction and conclusion. 

06/09/1957 The Invitation starring Kathryn Grayson.  

08/25/1957 With Malice Toward One starring Bette Davis and Francis Bavier. 

11/06/1957 Never Turn Back starring Ray Milland. 

11/13/1957 The Earring starring Greer Garson, Eduard Franz. Introduction by Ronald Reagan