During World War II, a brave American soldier (Salinger) volunteers to undergo experiments to become a new super-soldier, codenamed "Captain America." Infiltrating Germany to sabotage Nazi rockets pointed at the U.S., Captain America faces off with Nazi superhuman warrior Red Skull (Scott Paulin, The Right Stuff) who defeats the hero, throwing him into suspended animation. Frozen for 50 years, Captain America is found and revived only to find that Red Skull has changed identities and has targeted the President of the United States (Ronny Cox, RoboCop) for assassination. With America on the verge of utter chaos, it is up to one man to save the day!
A single mother and her two sons open their home to a drifter and his scruffy, but irresistable dog. They soon discover the magic that comes from helping a stranger.
Naval commander Gig Young gets mixed up with widow Shirley Jones and her three children in the comedy A Ticklish Affair (1963).
Cora (Dorothy Green) and daughter Bunny (Stefanie Powers) chat about the coming mob of college kids and how Dad, the police chief (Andrew Duggan) will handle things, early in Palm Springs Weekend, 1963.
Cameos in the opening, screenwriter Dalton Trumbo the barking officer, Anne Byrne, wife of co-star Dustin Hoffman seeing him off, as he departs with Steve McQueen (title character), director Franklin Schaffner using Hondarribia, Spain for 1930's Marseilles, in Papillon, 1973.
Arriving from France, Steve McQueen (title character) and Dega (Dustin Hoffman) get their first look at Devil's Island, with comments from returning inmate Julot (Don Gordon), who takes his own desperate steps, in Papillon, 1973, from the international best-selling memoir by Henri Charriere.
College girl Gail (Connie Stevens) gets reeled in by the giant bunny Eric (Robert Conrad) carries in his convertible, then they meet Texan Jim (Troy Donahue) down the road, in Palm Springs Weekend, 1963.
Leading man Troy Donahue is all over the vocal in the Larry Kusik/Paul Evans tune Live Young, opening Palm Springs Weekend, 1963, also starring Connie Stevens, Stefanie Powers, Ty Hardin and Robert Conrad.
Papillon (Steve McQueen) is put alone in an unlighted cell until he gives up a name in this scene from Papillon (1973).
En route to the penal colony in French Guyana ca. 1933, Steve McQueen (title character) introduces himself to wisecracking counterfeiter Dega (Dustin Hoffman), their first conversation, early in director Franklin Schaffner's international hit Papillon, 1973.
Director Sydney Pollack introduces Papillon (1973) for TCM's The Essentials.
Steve McQueen plays Henri Charriere, one of the few prisoners to escape from Devil's Island in Papillon (1973) co-starring Dustin Hoffman.
A poor woodsman saves Lisa after she is attacked by his cat. To express his generosity, David grants the woodsman three wishes, which do not go as planned. When David grants the woodsman's wish to become a rich man, the woodsman takes a bar of gold into the city and attempts to sell it to a store owner. The woodsman is accused of thievery and thrown in prison.
The super-human 'secret weapon' designed during World War II, Captain America, is faster, stronger, and smarter than any man alive... Except for his Nazi counterpart, the hideously scarred Red Skull. After fighting to a standoff during World War II, Captain America is catapulted to the Alaskan tundra, where he lies frozen for 50 years. Red Skull, meanwhile, has continued his evil ways, masterminding the assasinations of John Kennedy and Martin Luther King. His latest plan is to transplant his own amoral brain into the current president. But Captain America thaws just in time for one final pulse-pounding duel that will determine the fate of the planet.
Academy Award-nominee, Emmy and Golden Globe-winner John Lithgow ("Shrek," "3rd Rock from the Sun"), Academy Award-nominee and Emmy- winner Dan Aykroyd ("50 First Dates," the "Ghostbusters" features) and Academy Award-nominee Albert Brooks ("Looking for Comedy in the Muslim World," "Defending Your Life") star in this film based on one of TV's most popular series. Rod Serling's classic science-fiction drama is translated to the silver screen through a unique collaboration from four of the industry's top creators: Academy Award, Emmy and Golden Globe- winner Steven Spielberg ("Munich," "War of the Worlds"), Academy Award- nominee George Miller ("Babe," "The Witches of Eastwick"), John Landis ("The Blues Brothers," "Animal House"), and Joe Dante ("Looney Tunes: Back in Action," "Gremlins" 1 & 2).
Four short horrorific tales are anthologized in this film as a tributeto rod serling and his popular tv series.
Rod Serling's classic science-fiction drama is translated to the silver screen through a unique collaboration from four of the industry's top creators.
Academy Award-winner Dustin Hoffman ("Rain Man," "Tootsie") and Steve McQueen ("The Getaway," "Bullitt") star in this superb but brutal prison film about two convicts on Devil's Island and one's determination to escape, despite the odds. One of the year's top box-office hits!
Unable to fly, Henri Charriere virtually willed himself free. He persisted until he did the impossible: escape Devil's Island.
G'Kar finds trouble while searching for Garibaldi. Sheridan hovers between life and death.
Sisko and the crew fight for their lives during a violent standoff at a key communications outpost.
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This episode starts when Bobby comes in to ask Al a question. Bobby begins asking questions that Al doesn't know the answers to. The Hooded Avenger comes in, and knows the answers to all of Bobby's questions.
Harry Milgrim (MATT LANDERS) uses an ultra-frequency transmitter to put everyone asleep so he can loot Central City, but it's up to "The Flash" (JOHN WESLEY SHIPP) to find the device before the entire population dies from a sleep-induced coma.
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Rockford (James Garner) is approached by a young woman who wants him to determine if her father's death was a suicide or a murder. Guest stars: Lindsay Wagner, Bill Mumy. Part 1 of 2.
In 2259, Babylon 5's captain declares the station an independent state and forms a war council to battle the evil Shadows--and their allies on Earth.
In 2261, Babylon 5 and its allies engage the powerful Shadows in a tremendous showdown, and the station's captain strives to expose far-reaching corruption on Earth.
In 2258, the orbiting space station Babylon 5 gets a controversial, new leader and prepares to serve as the last defense against a terrifying race known as the Shadows.
In this strange, exotic and dangerous world, humans and aliens strive to build a new and better future.
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