The Wood-man's version of romantic Russian novels, in which he plays a cowardly Russian soldier who is enlisted to aid a plot to assassinate Napoleon. Very funny early Allen feature!
The sudden death of her husband brings a woman to decide to move with their son to California, but they get stranded in Phoenix where she meets a handsome rancher. Burstyn won an Academy Award!
A devout coward (Woody Allen) vows to assassinate Napoleon in the name of love in Love and Death (1975).
Returned to Petersburg and an accidental war hero, Boris (writer, director and star Woody Allen) resumes his acquaintance with Countess Alexandrovna (Olga Georges-Picot), Harold Gould as her escort, famous gags from Love And Death, 1975.
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Reeling from both their championship loss and the loss of their coach, the Bad News Bears travel to Houston to play a top Japanese Little League team.
The Bad News Bears in Breaking Training is the comic and poignant second-in-the-series of adventures with the pint-sized sandlot ballplayers initiated with the smash success, The Bad News Bears. The picture picks up the Bears' career a year after their infamous second-place finish in the North Valley League. Faced with a chance to play the Houston Toros for a shot at the Hapenese champs, they devise a way to get Texas to play at the famed Astrodome. On their pilgrimage to Houston, the Bears gain a new coach; dump that coach; add a new pitcher who can't get his fastball over the plate; find another coach who shows him how it's done, and go on to a come-back victory with all eyes on Japan.
A troubled, rebellious teen drives his rambunctious baseball team out to Houston where they play an exhibition game and the boy meets his estranged father, and hires him as the teams coach.
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