02:28 — Wyatt has to convince Bill that Quinn's vision for Forrester is for the greater-good.
00:30 — James Rockford, after spending time in prison, now spends his time as a private detective.
01:47 — "Honest" Eddy celebrates Christmas Eve in a decidedly dishonest fashion. Later that night, his dreams take a Scrooge-like turn.
02:25 — A story so nice they did it...thrice! The Gershwin musical Girl Crazy finds yet another financially strapped out-West ranch in need of youthful showbi (more…)
01:51 — Something very strange is happening in the quiet town coastal village of Potters Bluff where tourists and transients are warmly welcomed, then brutall (more…)
01:24 — Richard Pryor stars in this wild, wacky and warmhearted road movie with a difference, which later inspired a TV series. When budget cuts close a child (more…)
04:44 — Gripping, classic Washington drama dealing with the power plays that erupt when a controversial politician is nominated for Secretary of State. Direct (more…)
03:13 — Paul Newman portrays a young man whose struggle for success threatens his personal happiness, in this well-scripted screen version of John O'Hara's be (more…)
01:14 — Four tales of horror based on Rod Serling's classic TV series, including remakes of several great episodes.
02:41 — The Enterprise and its crew are drawn into a renegade Vulcan's obsessive quest to learn the secrets of the universe.
At a Long Island society party, just-returned WWII vet Alfred (Paul Newman) is pounced (by Barbara Eden), spots the leading lady (Joanne Woodward, als (more…)
Sent by his Wall Street firm to charm her Pennsylvania coal baron father (Ted de Corsia), unhappily-married dinner guest Alfred (Paul Newman) makes a (more…)
Arrived home from WWII, Alfred (Paul Newman) is greeted by giddy maids (Blossom Rock, Cecil Elliott), his mother (Myrna Loy), whom he finds has taken (more…)
Boating off Long Island, otherwise-engaged blue-blood Mary (Joanne Woodward) and Alfred (Paul Newman, her husband), who disdains his own nouveau riche (more…)
Action sequence as disaffected spouses Alfred and Mary (real-life couple Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward) are arguing over her ex-beau when the opport (more…)
Robert Leffingwell (Henry Fonda) is a nominee for Secretary of State before a committee headed by Senator Anderson (Don Murray) and bedeviled by Senat (more…)
Director Otto Preminger's view of the U.S. Senate in session, senators Munson (Walter Pidgeon), Knox (Edward Andrews), colorful Cooley (Charles Laught (more…)
Senator Munson (Walter Pidgeon) visits the widow Dolly Harrison (Gene Tierney, in her comeback role) after a Washington party in Otto Preminger's Advi (more…)
The President (Franchot Tone) presses Senator Anderson (Don Murray) to support his nominee, with help from Senator Munson (Walter Pidgeon) in Advise a (more…)
Senators Munson (Walter Pidgeon) and Danta (Paul Ford) check in to make sure the president (Franchot Tone) is serious about his nominee for Secretary (more…)
Homosexuality is never mentioned as Senator Anderson (Don Murray) visits a contact named Manuel (Larry Tucker) and a club called 602, hoping to preven (more…)
Senators Munson (Walter Pidgeon) and Danta (Paul Ford) try to get Leffingwell (Henry Fonda, his first scene), their president's nominee for Secretary (more…)
First scene for Washington hostess Dolly (Gene Tierney), joining senator Munson (Walter Pidgeon), who's managing a nomination fight, making time for a (more…)
Chairman Anderson (Don Murray) opens the much anticipated senate testimony of Secretary Of State nominee Leffingwell (Henry Fonda), Knox (Edward Andre (more…)
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