A guy wishes he was 17 again upon realizing his life is not going in the direction he wants. He gets his wish and has a chance to rewrite his life.
Remake of the 1930 film, about a French heiress in Louisiana who falls for a pirate. Songs written by Sigmund Romberg and Oscar Hammerstein!
The Navigator movie trailer - starring Buster Keaton, Kathrun McGuire, Fred Vroom, Kathryn McGuire. Directed by Buster Keaton. Genre: Comedy
Rating: Not Rated
In the fourth of the highly successful Frankie and Annette beach party movies, a motorcycle gang led by Eric Von Zipper kidnaps singing star Sugar Kane managed by Bullets, who hires sky-diving surfers Steve and Bonnie from Big Drop for a publicity stunt.
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Zero Mostel, Buster Keaton, Phil Silvers and an all-star cast scam their way through this boisterous romp amidst gorgeous girls, mistaken identities, stunning surprises, cunning disguises and great Sondheim songs.
Zero Mostel repeats his stage role as Pseudolus, the cunning Roman slave who'll do anything to win his freedom. The plot hinges on three Roman houses next door to each another. One is the home of Pseudolus' masters: the philandering Senex (Michael Hordern), his domineering wife Domina (Patricia Jessel), and their handsome but empty-headed son Hero (Michael Crawford). The second house is a brothel belonging to unctuous procurer Lycus (Phil Silvers). The third house has long been empty, in that its owner, the senile Erronious (Buster Keaton), has gone on a long journey to find his children, who were kidnapped in infancy by pirates. This all-star cast scam their way through this boisterous romp amidst gorgeous girls, mistaken identities, stunning surprises, cunning disguises and great Sondheim songs.
The classic beach movie of the 1960s with lots of great rock n' roll! In this film, Annette keeps Frankie in tow after he falls for Linda Evans. Subplots about a mermaid who falls in love with a nitwit, a villainous drunkard and motorcycle gangs!
The most quirkily offbeat and one of the best of the “Beach Party” movies starring Frankie Avalon and Annette Funicello, “How to Stuff a Wild Bikini” finds Frankie off in the navy, serving in the South Pacific. Worried about all of the guys that will be hitting on Dee Dee (Funicello) back at the beach, he convinces a magician (Buster Keaton) to conjure up a siren, Cassandra (Beverly Adam), whom no man can resist. Cassandra succeeds in distracting all attention away from Dee Dee. However, a mentally unbalanced advertising man (Mickey Rooney) decides to make Cassandra’s unstoppable sex appeal a national obsession, and she gets noticed by bike gang leader Erik Von Zipper (Harvey Lembeck), who vows to make her his. Throw in an unusual disappearing pelican and mayhem (and fun) ensues!
Subplots in this classic beach movie of the 1960s include: a group of beach teens become involved in a kidnapping of a singing idol; a mermaid falls in love with a nitwit; a villainous "drunkard"; and motorcycle gangs.
With Frankie away in Tahiti with his navel reserve unit, Dee Dee and the rest of the beach part gang are involved in a new series of adventures. These are spurred by an opportunistic advertising man, a good-looking male newcomer and a mysterious and beautiful girl named Cassandra, plus an oddly appearing and disappearing pelican.
Spending his Naval Reserve duty in Tahiti, a young man calls upon a local witch doctor to keep an eye on his girlfriend and divert any male attention while he's gone. In HD.
The Story of Film: An Odyssey is an epic journey through the history of cinema. Guided by film historian Mark Cousins, this 15-part love letter to the movies spans from the invention of film in the 19th century to the digital industry of the 21st.
Janitor Woodrow Mulligan gets a trip from 1890 to 1962 courtesy of his employer's time helmet.
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Donna is fed up with how no one has true Christmas spirit.
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