Gregory Peck in one of his most gut-wrenching performances, as aging gunslinger Johnny Ringo, a man sickened by his lifelong trail of blood. Dogged by vengeance seekers and by young turks out to make names for themselves. Powerful.
Newly elected Mississippi sheriff Jim Price (Jim Brown) at home with brother Fred (Leonard Smith) and wife Mary (Janet MacLachlan) in director Ralph Nelson's ...tick...tick...tick..., 1970.
Odd music choices as new Mississippi sheriff Jim Price (Jim Brown) arrives to take over, predecessor Little (George Kennedy), deputies (Don Stroud, Mills Watson) and mayor Parks (Fredric March) receiving, in ...tick...tick...tick..., 1970.
Intriguing fare as newly-ousted Mississippi sheriff Little (George Kennedy) and wife Julia (Lynn Carlin) try to laugh, then replacement Price (Jim Brown) at work with town drunk (Roy Glenn), in director Ralph Nelson's ...tick...tick...tick..., 1970.
Racial fireworks are set off in a small southern town when a black sheriff (Jim Brown) arrives in ...tick...tick...tick (1970).
A weary gunfighter walks into a bar, looking for a drink. What he finds instead is a building full of raunchy people, and an audible, bloodthirsty narrator.
Gunfighter -- US Home Video Trailer from 20th Century Fox
The Gunfighter -- Trailer for the Gunfighter
White Christmas -- After leaving the Army after W.W.II, Bob Wallace and Phil Davis team up to become a top song-and-dance act. Davis plays matchmaker and introduces Wallace to a pair of beautiful sisters (Betty and Judy) who also have a song-and-dance act. When Betty and Judy travel to a Vermont lodge to perform a Christmas show, Wallace and Davis follow, only to find their former commander, General Waverly, is the lodge owner. A series of romantic mix-ups ensue as the performers try to help the General.
Gunfighter -- Open-ended Trailer from Sterling
White Christmas -- Open-ended Trailer from Paramount Pictures
A classic western tale of hate, murder and revenge.
Ralph Nelson, director of Lilies of the Field, returns to the subject of race relations in America for a thoroughly different take in ...tick...tick...tick... Tensions are taken off the back burner, slow simmer, and are placed on full boil in ...tick...tick...tick...'s tale of a black Southern sheriff trapped between the rock and a hard place of two communities separated by skin color and decades of bigotry. Newly elected Sheriff Jimmy Price (Jim Brown) offers no favors or privileges to either community, and quickly earns the ire of both. Warned by the mayor against consulting outsiders (the great Fredric March in his penultimate film performance), Price navigates the tensions until one arrest places him directly in the eye of a hurricane of hate. With only the former sheriff to support him (George Kennedy), Price must try to defuse the tensions before the town explodes.
The newly elected black sheriff (Jim Brown) of a small Southern town must find a way to defuse the hatred in his town before it spirals out of control.
When a young hoodlum is goaded into a kidnapping, he loses his stomach for the plan when he falls for the beautiful teenager he's supposed to kidnap.
After leaving the Army after W.W.II, Bob Wallace and Phil Davis team up to become a top song-and-dance act. Davis plays matchmaker and introduces Wallace to a pair of beautiful sisters (Betty and Judy) who also have a song-and-dance act. When Betty and Judy travel to a Vermont lodge to perform a Christmas show, Wallace and Davis follow, only to find their former commander, General Waverly, is the lodge owner. A series of romantic mix-ups ensue as the performers try to help the General.
After leaving the Army, Bob Wallace and Phil Davis team up to become a top song-and-dance act. They fall for two pretty sisters, Betty and Judy. When the guys follow the girls to Vermont the result is a WHITE CHRISTMAS filled with songs and romance.
Aging gunslinger Jimmy Ringo is tired of killing, tired of the life he has lived; but everywhere he goes, he is recognized as the fastest gun in the west and must deal with young punks who want to challenge him. After winning yet another tiresome challenge, Ringo - despite the warning of old friend Marshall Strett - goes home to visit his estranged wife, Peggy, and the son he never knew. However, the brothers of the man he just slew are on his trail, looking for revenge. Despite his hope to build a new life with his family, he cannot stay. He will always be on the run from his past.
Paramedics Gage (Randolph Mantooth) and DeSoto (Kevin Tighe) feud over whether the truth should always be told.
Dr. Brackett is warned that his diagnosis of an injured boy as an abused child could jeopardize his career.
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Dr. Brackett risks his reputation when he diagnoses an illness before tests are completed.
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Thalia will give her love only to an athlete, so Dobie schemes to set himself up as a fearless fighter, Top Fist.
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Alex is judge at a Beautiful Baby contest run by Donna's club.
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Betty tutors a football star who wants to take her to the school dance.
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