A green Cavalry lieutenant (George Hamilton) learns the ropes fast when he's shipped out West in A Thunder of Drums (1961).
Shooting a cheap horror movie in the back yard of an old Salt Lake City mansion, Faith Domergue is fading leading lady Gayle, John Ireland her director, unhappy with proceedings, with Carole Wells and Jerry Strickler the worried younger cast members, in The House Of Seven Corpses, 1974.
A few minutes into a fairly weird opening incantation, featuring only Faith Domergue (in her final movie role), whom we soon learn is really only in a horror movie, John Ireland directing her, John Carradine barking at him, early in The House Of Seven Corpses, 1974.
Still in the Maltese Falcon segment of Neil Simon's loving Bogart send-up, Peter Falk as San Francisco gumshoe Lou Peckinpaugh, following the murder of his partner, meets Madeline Kahn as multi-phasic Carmen, Mary Astor and many others, in The Cheap Detective, 1978.
Writer Neil Simon now taking his Bogart tribute character Lou Peckinpaugh (Peter Falk) full throttle into the Casablanca mode, introducing David Ogden Stiers, Scatman Crothers, Nicol Williamson the Nazi, but mostly Eileen Brennan as chanteuse Betty DeBoop, in The Cheap Detective, 1978.
Writer Neil Simon opens the follow-up to the genre parody Murder By Death, with schtick for San Francisco cops Vic Tayback and Abe Vigoda, with loose Maltese Falcon elements, setting up for Peter Falk, who'll play the lead in the Bogart tribute mash-up The Cheap Detective, 1978.
THE CHEAP DETECTIVE is a hilarious Humphrey Bogart send-up, blending the plots of Casablanca and The Maltese Falcon with the comedic vision of Neil Simon. Peter Falk is Lou Peckinpaugh, the worldly, cynical gumshoe who takes on thugs, crooks, Nazis, femme fatales and the Golden Gate Bridge in this terrific tribute to Bogie and the Hammett/Chandler school of hard-boiled detectives. An incredible ensemble cast does take-offs of characters made famous by Mary Astor (Madeline Kahn), Sydney Greenstreet (John Houseman), Lauren Bacall (Ann-Margret), Peter Lorre (Dom DeLuise), Ingrid Bergman (Louise Fletcher), and Paul Henreid (Fernando Lamas). Want more? How about Eileen Brennan, Sid Caesar, Phil Silvers, Nicol Williamson, James Coco, and Scatman Crothers - just a few of the many cast members who add to the merriment. THE CHEAP DETECTIVE is the perfect entertainment for anyone who loves Bogart, films of the forties, or a good healthy laugh.
A loving parody of THE MALTESE FALCON and CASABLANCA as seen through the eyes of ace private eye, Lou Peckinpaugh (Peter Falk).
Barbra Steisand is back and she's better than ever as the exuberant Fanny Brice in FUNNY LADY, sequel to acclaimed Academy Award(r) winner, (Barbra Streisand as Best Actress, 1968) Funny Girl. This lively, lavish musical opens a new chapter in Fanny's career and love life. Now divorced from wealthy Nick Arnstein (Omar Sharif), she teams up with songwriter Billy Rose (James Caan), a brash and unkempt showman who is bursting with enthusiasm and theatrical ambitions. They make an unusual couple, the polished performer and the upstart producer, but a friendship blossoms into love. FUNNY LADY is the poignant story of their show business magic, their unbridled temperaments, and their touching, bittersweet romance. Featuring dazzling production numbers, elegant costuming by Bob Mackie and an electric cast. Streisand is a FUNNY LADY you'll never forget!
FUNNY LADY resumes several years after FUNNY GIRL and chronicles Fanny Brice's (Barbra Streisand) relationship, both personal and professional, with her second husband, showman Billy Rose (James Caan). However, Brice's first husband, Nick Arnstein (Omar Sharif) reappears from out of the past and throws her personal and professional life into turmoil.
This lively, lavish musical opens a new chapter in Fanny Brice's career and love life. Now divorced from wealthy Nick Arnstein, she teams up with songwriter Billy Rose, a brash and unkempt showman. They make an unusual couple, the polished performer and the upstart producer, but a friendship blossoms into love.
A free-swinging playboy introduces his hero-worshipping younger brother to the delights of high living in this adaption of Neil Simon's Broadway comedy about a Jewish family in New York City.
Ward and June are reluctant to let Wally attend an all-night party. But that's not his only problem: his date's parents don't want her to go either.
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Sixteen year-old Petie is home from military school and visiting the Stone family. Petie and Mary have been friends for years, but seeing how beautiful Mary has become, he would now like to be more than just friends.
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Betty teases Bud about his sloppy nature after he meets her rich, refined boyfriend.
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