A doctor becomes suspicious of fatal "accidents" occurring with alarming frequency at a Boston hospital. Interestingly casted thriller!
When a corrupt judge is charged with rape, Arthur Kirkland must defend him. Kirkland has had problems with the judge in the past, including one incident when the judge wrongly sentenced his client, Jeff McCullaugh, because of a technicality. Kirkland faces a moral and legal dilemma, especially difficult because the judge admits he is guilty.
Jerry (Zalman King) is slightly on the run because he thinks he killed a bald zombie killer himself, meets Alice Ghostley, neighbor near a house where a similar killing happened just the night before, and investigates, in Blue Sunshine, 1979.
Protagonist Jerry (Zalman King), who thinks he somewhat accidentally killed a guy, who had already turned into a bald zombie-like killer, staggers into the office of doctor friend David (Robert Walden), whom we know is somehow involved, in Blue Sunshine, 1979.
White Water Summer -- WHITE WATER SUMMER is a 'rite of passage' adventure in which an extremely bright boy from New York (Sean Astin) finds himself setting out reluctantly for the Sierra wilderness with a group of boys. Astin is pitted against the forces of nature and against his overzealous counselor (Kevin Bacon) who teaches him the ways of the wilderness.
...And Justice for All. -- Al Pacino portrays a hot-shot lawyer looking for justice in a justice system run amok.
Coma -- After waking from a coma, Amanda leaves her husband, Doug, because he didn't honor their agreement: should either of them slip into a coma, the other would pull the plug.
Delocated: Season 2: Episode 12 -- 'Jon' is pushed to the brink in a shocking season finale.
...And Justice for All. -- Trailer for ...And Justice For All.
After apparently unrelated opeining scenes, introducing the loosely leading characters, Zalman King as 'Jerry,' Deborah Winters as 'Alicia,' at a party, friend Frannie (Richard Crystal) rolling out his Sinatra (?) impression, then bald weirdness, in Blue Sunshine, 1979.
Tainted LSD leads to a series of shocking murders in Blue Sunshine (1978).
Crusading attorney Al Pacino is assigned to defend a judge accused of rape in ...And Justice For All (1979).
Several former college students find their former drug experiences catching up with them in an unexpected and terrifying manner in this clever horror outing.
A group of city boys go on a camping trip with a counselor whose enthusiasm borders on the psychotic.
WHITE WATER SUMMER is a 'rite of passage' adventure in which an extremely bright boy from New York (Sean Astin) finds himself setting out reluctantly for the Sierra wilderness with a group of boys. Astin is pitted against the forces of nature and against his overzealous counselor (Kevin Bacon) who teaches him the ways of the wilderness.
Al Pacino portrays a hot-shot lawyer looking for justice in a justice system run amok.
When a corrupt judge is charged with rape, Arthur Kirkland must defend him. Kirkland has had problems with the judge in the past. Kirkland faces a moral and legal dilemma, especially difficult because the judge admits he is guilty.
When numerous patients die during routine surgery, a concerned Boston doctor defies her male superiors and uncovers a secret plot by hospital administrators to sell body parts on the black market. Directed by "Jurassic Park" author and "E.R." creator Michael Crichton. The Oscar-adorned cast includes Michael Douglas ("Fatal Attraction," "Wall Street,"), Genevieve Bujold ("Anne of the Thousand Days"), Richard Widmark ("How the West Was Won"), Emmy-winner Rip Torn (TV's "The Larry Sanders Show") and Tom Selleck ("Three Men and a Baby," TV's "Magnum, P.I.").
When numerous patients die during routine surgery, a concerned Boston doctor defies her male superiors and uncovers a secret plot by hospital administrators to sell body parts.
Jessica checks up on employees of a traveling carnival to see whether they might have motives for stealing -- or for killing the carnival's owner.
Jessica must clear the name of her friend, Dorian Beecher, when he's accused of murdering a rival for the affections of a young woman.
Pam believes J.R. framed her brother for the murder of Julie Grey and moves out of the house leaving Bobby confused. Bobby convinces Cliff as well as Pam that he really wants to help and accidentally uncovers some evidence which could free Cliff but at the same time he learns the truth about all the illegal activities in which J.R. is involved.
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The Evans family sets out to buy their first house, but even after pooling their resources, find there are still major obstacles to overcome. Although it is no mansion, Florida and J.J. have found the house of their dreams, and the family is drawn together as they anxiously wait for word on their loan.
The Evans family looks with alarm at Keith's deepening depression and anger, and find themselves in crisis when they discover the cause. When Thelma is finally shocked into the discovery of Keith's problem, it may be too late.
"The Incredible Hulk" is based on the popular comic book tale of the metamorphosis of a scientist who achieves mysterious superhuman strength when he is angered. Bill Bixby portrays scientist David Banner, who, while doing research on the incredible feats of strength accomplished by some individuals during moments of stress, is exposed to a massive dose of gamma rays. He feels no ill effects, but the first time he loses his temper afterwards, he is transformed into a bizarre man-beast nearly seven-feet tall with enormous strength. When his anger subsides, he returns to his original appearance. With the aid of a fellow researcher, Banner tries to reverse the process which has upset his chemical makeup. Their efforts are thwarted by a nosy reporter specializing in sensationalism, with tragic results.
Shirley launches her career as a secretary.
A young Vietnamese woman seeks Jim's help in finding her brother, who apparently vanished after leaving a relocation center. Jim is sympathetic, but he soon discovers that there's more to the case than she's telling him.
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It's the morning after their father's first overnight visit -- for the girls it means reconciliation, for David it means worry, and for Ann and Ed it means a rekindling of old feelings, in the conclusion of a two-part story.
Ann's ex-husband Ed drops in with a bombshell that Barbara desperately hopes will spark a reconciliation, in the first of a two?part story. Ann's mixed emotions and hospitality lend some credence to Barbara's dream...at least for the time being.
David gets a dose of reality and discovers there's more to fatherhood than he expected when he is pressed into service as chaperon for Julie and Barbara's "break training" party.
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