Henry Fonda and Glenn Ford are two ne'er-do-well cowpokes looking for sex and easy money in the modern West in The Rounders (1965).
Old pal cowhands Ben (Glenn Ford) and Howdy (Henry Fonda) have trouble breaking a horse in an early scene from writer-director Burt Kennedy's contemporary Western The Rounders 1965.
Opening title sequence from writer-director Burt Kennedy's Western romp The Rounders, 1965, starring Glenn Ford and Henry Fonda, shot in the Coconino Forest, Arizona.
Mame -- Lucille Ball, in her final feature film appearance, plays Auntie Mame, loving life and living it to the hilt with her nephew and assorted eccentrics in tow.
Mame -- The musical revolves around the antics of Mame Dennis, a fun-loving, wealthy eccentric with a flare for life and a razor sharp wit...
Rounders is about the underground world of high-stakes poker. The movie follows two friends who need to quickly earn enough cash playing poker to pay off a huge debt. The term ?rounder? refers to a person whose sole means of earning a living is by playing cards.
Legendary Lucille Ball heads an all-star cast in her final feature film appearance. This lush screen adaptation of the Broadway musical hit "Auntie Mame" continues the story of the eccentric Mame who believes that "life is a banquet and most poor suckers are starving to death." Co-starring Oscar-nominee Robert Preston ("Victor/Victoria") and TV's "Golden Girl" Beatrice Arthur.
Lucille Ball, in her final feature film appearance, plays Auntie Mame, loving life and living it to the hilt with her nephew and assorted eccentrics in tow.
The boys visit computer-dating service to get a mate for their father.
The president of a toy company hires the Angels when someone tries to blow up the corporate office. Sabrina learns that the company's design director is working for a notorious gangster.
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