Two witnesses of the St. Valentine's Day massacre escape by posing as members of an all-girl band, where they both fall for the sensuous Sugar Kane. Classic comedy!
Chronicles the life of the famed Native American athlete who gained worldwide recognition for his achievements in many sports on an Olympic and professional level.
A well meaning space alien lands on the Earth to deliver his message of peace and the dangers of nuclear weapons. Great special effects, especially his robot pal, Gort.
A conservative attorney (Robert Mitchum) considering a divorce gets involved with an emotionally fragile dancer (Shirley MacLaine) in New York, in Two For The Seesaw, 1962, from the play by William Gibson.
Robert Young is back as America's favorite father to the beloved Anderson family, serving up healthy and wholesome doses of advice for his growing kids.
Every evening mid-century, Midwestern insurance salesman Jim Anderson came home, put on his favorite sweater and prepared for an evening with his family--a situation where anything could happen. Robert Young returns to the head of the dinner table to play the patriarch of America's most beloved family in Season 2 of Father Knows Best.
Take a trip back to 1950s suburbia with the Andersons! Robert Young is Jim Anderson, patriarch extraordinaire to his loving--though at times misguided--family. With Bud taking up mind-reading, Kathy rebelling at camp, and Margaret and Betty enrolled in the same class, this father has his hands full!
Father Knows Best premiered on CBS in October 1954 and has been part of the American cultural fabric ever since. The program's depiction of a "typical" mid-century, middle-class, Midwestern American family is fondly remembered by many of us who grew up watching the show and rather enviously thinking: "Oh. So this is what happens in all the other houses."
To Each His Own -- A trailer for To Each His Own, a story that follows Dom, a man whose life is much more than what it seems.
The Day the Earth Stood Still -- Watch the trailer for the sci-fi classic The Day the Earth Stood Still.
Some Like It Hot -- This hysterical comedy from director Billy Wilder finds Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon on the lam after witnessing a mob hit. They join an all-girl jazz band and masquerade as women in order to elude the Chicago mobsters, and befriending a beautiful singer (Marilyn Monroe) and a wealthy business magnate.
The Gangster -- The Gangster tells the story of three young children and where their imaginations takes them.
Meet Tip, Pam, Larry, Kit, Dusty, Sweets McGee and nameless, aimless more with young faces and old eyes. Meet them, but don't get too attached. Because tomorrow some of them may not be alive. Most of the people who appear in his astonishing semidocumentary about the daily life of Los Angeles heroin abusers are real-life addicts, caught up in an endless cycle of stealing, hustling, jail time, shooting up, and coming down - hard. Directed by Floyd Mutrux (American Hot Wax), with graphic cinematography by William A. Fraker (Bullitt), Dusty and Sweets McGee is "a film in its own category. There are long stretches during which it's hard to take your eyes off the screen" (Mick LaSalle, San Francisco Chronicle).
Beware of the Night Crawlers ... their clutches will disintegrate you!
A spicy and poignant love story about a free-spirited Greenwich Village girl who hooks up with a brooding Nebraska lawyer.
Robert Wise directs Robert Mitchum and Shirley MacLaine in this spicy and poignant love story about a free-spirited Greenwich Village girl who hooks up with a brooding Nebraska lawyer. In HD.
Based on a true story, an idealistic high school teacher gets into trouble when he asks his students to write essays about their thoughts on sex.
A schoolteacher (Beau Bridges) asks his teenage students to write essays describing their feelings about sex. When an angry school board decides to suspend him, his students unite to defend their teacher.
Two musicians, Joe (Tony Curtis) and Jerry (Jack Lemmon), are thrown out of work when the speakeasy they performed in-owned by mob boss Spats Columbo (George Raft)-is raided by Prohibition agent Mulligan (Pat O'Brien) and closed. Finally, after three long weeks of unemployment, Joe and Jerry get a gig in Urbana. But first they must get their car out of hock...at the garage chosen by the mob for the St. Valentine's Day Massacre. Hiding behind their car, Joe and Jerry witness the whole thing. Targeted for extinction, Joe and Jerry never show their faces again. There is an opening for a saxophonist and a bass player in an orchestra managed by one Sweet Sue (Joan Shawlee)...an all-woman orchestra. They get the job! On the way to Florida, they meet Sweet Sue's lead singer, Sugar Kane (Marilyn Monroe.
Ends 09/30/14. One of the great comedies! Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon star in Billy Wilder's 1959 farce as '20s musicians who hide from the mob by dressing as women and getting jobs in an all-girl band. Marilyn Monroe is the band's lead singer, and Joe E. Brown is an amorous millionaire.
This hysterical comedy from director Billy Wilder finds Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon on the lam after witnessing a mob hit. They join an all-girl jazz band and masquerade as women in order to elude the Chicago mobsters, and befriending a beautiful singer (Marilyn Monroe) and a wealthy business magnate.
As Betty approaches her completion of High School she grows anxious. Jim tries to reassure her. As graduation grows nearer no one can reconcile Betty’s fears.
For once in his life Bud has studied hard for a big test.
Bud is upset because he has lost a job to another boy.
Bud asks Jim how to get Judys attention while Judy asks Margaret how to get Buds attention.
When Bryana's birthfather shows up, intent on being her friend, Bernie teaches him that what Bryana really needs is someone to discipline her.
Betty lobbies a neighbor to remove his dangerously high hedge.
Bud is chosen as the most popular boy in his class.
Bud quits school after meeting a successful businessman who did the same.
Jim wants to finish his work before leaving on a business trip, but is constantly interrupted by his family.
Betty uses her womanly wiles to get the neighbor boy to take her out.
Margaret has no trophies in the family display case, so she tries to win a fly-fishing award.
The Andersons take in a stray dog who shows up on their doorstep.
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