Wilma (Angie Dickinson), Baxter (William Shatner), the girls (Susan Sennett, Robbie Lee) and Fred (Tom Skerritt) arrive in California, meet an orange grower and plan another job, in Big Bad Mama, 1974.
Suzanne Pleshette (as American Prudence) is a fine narrator and this is nothing but gratuitous travel footage, photographed by Charles Lawton, in Delmer Daves' Rome Adventure, 1962.
A young gun wants to make his name by shooting it out with the town marshal (Glenn Ford) in The Last Challenge (1967), here under its British title The Pistolero of Red River.
In which Wilma (Angie Dickinson), Billy Jean (Susan Sennett), and Polly (Robbie Lee), (wearing jeans in 1930-something), with Fred (Tom Skerritt), pull a job, from the Roger Corman-produced Big Bad Mama, 1974.
Kirk Douglas stars in the true story of U.S. officer Mickey Marcus who joined the Israeli fight against the Arabs in Cast a Giant Shadow (1966).
Straight out of the gate, arguing principals Wilma (Angie Dickinson), Polly (Robbie Lee) and Billy Jean (Susan Sennett) into opening credits for director Steve Carver's Big Bad Mama, 1974.
Psych-ward orderly Laibowitz (Tony Curtis) trying to control gone-bonkers Colonel Bliss (Eddie Albert) when Gregory Peck (title character) arrives with nurse Corum (Angie Dickinson), in Captain Newman, M.D., 1963.
Maurice Chevalier (as Father Antonio) introduces his village in Sicily and the presence, mostly bodily, of Angie Dickinson (title character), an American midwife, in Jessica, 1962.
A World War II Army psychiatrist (Gregory Peck) tries to help his battle-shocked patients in Captain Newman, M.D. (1964).
Wilma (Angie Dickinson) at the races with Fred (Tom Skerrit) and daughters (Susan Sennett, Robbie Lee) meets Kentucky gentleman Baxter (William Shatner) in Big Bad Mama, 1974.
As midwife Angie Dickinson (title character) ejects husband Antonio (Angelo Galassi), dowager Maria (Agnes Moorehead) leads village wives to observe her work, in Jean Negulesco's Jessica, 1962.
Alluring Lyda (Angie Dickinson) has summoned American ex-boyfriend Don (Troy Donahue) to Lago Maggiore for what turn out to be capricious reasons, in Delmer Daves' Rome Adventure, 1962.
Road-trip comedy that revolves around the little-known world of karaoke and the whimsical characters who inhabit it.
Based on the acclaimed short-story collection by celebrated Mississippi writer Larry Brown, “Big Bad Love” is the tale of struggling Mississippi writer Leon Barlow (Arliss Howard) working to make fiction from his past, his dreams, and the dim sound of the future bearing down on him. At the same time, he tries to balance his obsession to create with the needs of those around him, including the ex-wife (Debra Winger) who haunts him; a son on the verge of adolescence; a small daughter with an incurable illness; a war buddy and best friend (Paul Le Mat) puzzling over his own consuming love for a funeral home heiress (Rosanne Arquette), and a mother (Angie Dickinson) who sees in her son the return and demise of her beloved husband all over again. Acclaimed songwriter Tom Waits composed the film's original score for this indie drama from IFC Films.
Danny Ocean likes his chances. All he asks is that his handpicked squad of 10 grifters and cons play the game like they have nothing to lose. If all goes right, the payoff will be a fat $150 million. Divided by 11. You do the math.
Danny Ocean likes his chances. All he asks is that his handpicked squad of 10 grifters and cons play the game like they have nothing to lose.
Danny Ocean likes his chances. All he asks is that his handpicked squad of 10 grifters and cons play the game like they have nothing to lose. If all goes right, the payoff will be a fat $150 million.
Social studies teacher Eugene Simonet (Kevin Spacey) gives his class an assignment: look at the world around you and fix what you don't like. One student comes up with an idea: #1 it is something that really helps people; #2 something they can't do it by themselves; and #3 do it for them, then do it for three other people.
A roadtrip comedy about six strangers from all walks of life who have one thing in common - a passion for karaoke. They are: a small-town singer with dreams of stardom, a down-on-his-luck young cab driver searching for the meaning of life, an ex-con with the past of a killer but the voice of an angel, a salesman burned out by his hamster-like existence on the treadmill of suburbia and an innocent Vegas showgirl who discovers a remarkable connection to a seasoned karaoke hustler. As they converge on the $5,000 grand prize karaoke contest in Omaha, Nebraska, they collide and combust and ultimately enrich each other, in the funny, raucous world of the karaoke bars and chain hotels that link the interstates of middle America.
DUETS is a road-trip comedy which revolves around the little-known world of karaoke and the whimsical characters who inhabit it. All roads lead to Omaha, site of a national karaoke competition where this motley choir come together for the ultimate sing-off.
Social studies teacher Eugene Simonet gives his class an assignment: look at the world around you and fix what you don't like. One student comes up with an idea.
Mose heads out on a short vacation to visit an ex-Amish cousin in the military who recently returned from a tour of duty in Afghanistan.
Sebastian works to repair his damaged relationship with Shorty but things get out of hand when a pit bull comes face to face with an agitated mare.
Ellen accompanies her father to his annual Civil War re-enactment.
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Angie Dickinson - December 12, 1987: Hosted by Golden Globe-winner Angie Dickinson. Sketches include 'Donahue,' 'Traumatic Memories Christmas Party,' 'Airplane,' and 'Wedgie Fever!'
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