Cold War comedy about a New England coastal town that becomes panic-stricken when a Russian submarine gets stranded there. Best Picture Oscar nominee is enhanced by an all-star ensemble!
TCM Guest Programmer Chris Elliott joins Robert Osborne for introduction and comments following The Russians Are Coming, The Russians Are Coming, 1966.
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The Russians Are Coming the Russians Are Coming -- A Cold War spoof about a Russian submarine that runs aground just off a Nantucket-like isle, whose residents distrust mainlanders?let alone commies! When the commander and some of his crew venture ashore for help, the town fights back against the Russian 'invasion' with all its might. Fortunately, World War 3 is averted when the Russians and the villagers band together to rescue young Johnny Whittaker from falling to his doom. From the novel 'The off-Islanders' by Nathaniel Benchley.
The Russians Are Coming the Russians Are Coming -- Trailer for this classic comedy
A group of greedy clowns tear up the countryside in search of buried treasure in It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (1963) featuring an all-star cast including Spencer Tracy, Sid Caesar, Milton Berle & Jonathan Winters.
Milton Berle and Buddy Hackett appear in this previously unseen commercial created by Stan Freberg for It's A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (1963).
Stuntmen Loren Janes and Bob Yerkes discuss aerial stunts in this interstitial that includes clips from It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (1963).
For the 40th Anniversary of It's A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (1963), TCM presents Sid Caesar in an original commercial created by Stan Freberg.
Sid Caesar and Phil Silvers appear in a previously unseen commercial created by Stan Freberg for It's A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (1963).
A roadside waitress (Kim Novak) is set as bait for a barely disguised Dean Martin in Billy Wilder's Kiss Me, Stupid (1964).
Won Ton Ton, The Dog Who Saved Hollywood is a delightful romp that will delight anyone who's ever been enchanted by the movies. Won Ton Ton is an amazing mutt who gets discovered by a studio bus driver, Grayson Potchuck (Bruce Dern). He soon touches the lives and changes the fortunes of all who cross his path, including Art Carney, Teri Garr and a never funnier Madeline Kahn. There's also a veritable who's who of Golden Age Hollywood talent on display here, and you'll see some of your favorite stars of all time singing and dancing and getting big laughs. See how many you can spot! Won Ton Ton is the dog who saved Hollywood, and he's sure to be the dog that steals your heart!
Won Ton Ton is an amazing mutt who gets discovered by a studio bus driver, Grayson Potchuck. He soon touches the lives and changes the fortunes of all who cross his path, including Art Carney, Teri Garr and a never funnier Madeline Kahn. You'll see some of your favorite stars of all time singing and dancing and getting big laughs. Won Ton Ton is the dog who saved Hollywood, and he's sure to be the dog that steals your heart!
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 bored little boy thinks everything is a waste of time until he drives through a mysterious turnpike tollbooth in a toy car. His customary bored attitude lands him in the doldrums, but he is rescued by a magical dog and together the pair embark on a journey through the Kingdom of Wisdom. Musical mix of live action and animation starring Butch Patrick (TV's "The Munsters") and featuring the vocal talents of Mel Blanc. Based on the popular children's book by Norton Juster.
Ride with young Milo through the phantom tollbooth in a magical musical tale of warring kingdoms (one favors words, the other numbers), fabulously weird creatures, demons, princesses and a tick-tick-ticking dog named Tock. He's a watchdog, you see!
What could possibly be inside that gigantic, wrapped-and-ribboned box? A tollbooth, a toy car and an adventure! Ride with young Milo through the phantom tollbooth and into a world that combines the enchantment of Norton Juster's classic children's book with sheer visual joy spearheaded by animation immortal Chuck Jones.
Laura and Remington find themselves in competition with each other when they are hired by a jeweler and would-be thief to find a stolen two-million dollar, 60-carat precious stone.
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Alice makes quite an impression after a one-night singing engagement in a local nightclub.
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While Samantha is preparing Tabitha for kindergarten by hiring a warlock tutor, Prof. Phipps. Endora, hoping to help Darrin impress his boss, casts a spell that causes every phrase he speaks to come out as a cliche. The meddlesome mother-in-law mistakenly thinks cliches are an asset to Darrin's advertising career and so he is plagued to saying things like: "A rolling stone gathers no moss"; "tickled pink"; and "what's good for the goose is good for the gander." The problem comes when Larry Tate, Darrin's boss, threatens to cook his goose if he doesn't show more originality in his latest ad campaign for H.B. Summers, head of marketing for Multiple Industries.
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When photographers discover that Jeannie, because she is a genie, is invisible in processed photos taken during her wedding rehearsal, the extravagant and widely publicized Nelson nuptials are in jeopardy. Photographers from Life, Newsweek and...
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When Darrin explodes to find Tabitha sculpturing, using magic, Endora zaps him into eating decorative daisies. Samantha gets Endora to remove the spell and decides to learn sculpturing. At the office, Darrin and Larry confer with client W.R. Campbell, who insists on a drink before business. Later, in no shape to do business with Campbell, who holds the liquor better, Larry suggests dinner at the Stephens. Darrin goes home first and criticizes the impressionistic bust Samantha made. Before leaving, Endora flicks the bust into a living likeness of Darrin, which sticks out its tongue and begins to talk. After Larry admires it, Samantha tries to keep his from seeing it yawn. Campbell arrives and the drinking resumes, although Larry and Darrin try to get down to business. Endora twitches up a bust of Larry. When it talks to the statue of Darrin, Larry and Campbell think it is an alcoholic mirage. Darrin feels Samantha is at fault, but she holds him to blame for being rude to Endora. Before he can apologize, Endora pops the statues into the den. As Darrin, oblivious, talks business, Larry and Campbell stare at the statues mimicking him. Campbell quickly signs the contract. Endora is disgusted at Darrin's thanks for helping to get the account. Samantha and Darrin are stunned when the statues demand sandwiches.
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Goober's girlfriend, Flora, fills in for him at the gas station. When Wally sees how she brings in the customers, he fires Goober and hires Flora.
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The members of the Hospital Fund Auxiliary appoint Samantha Entertainment Chairman for the group's bazaar. Limited to spending fifty dollars, Samantha hires Zeno, a broken down magician who has taken to drink. Because of this, his assistant, Roxie Ames, has left the act. Using her gift of magic, Samantha makes Zeno the hit of the show. As a result, Zeno gets a job on TV. Zeno pleads with Samantha to help him. Assisted by Samantha, Zeno runs through a very successful rehearsal. Just before the show goes on the air, Roxie appears and injects herself into the act. Hogging the show, Roxie kills Zeno' s act and his confidence. She admits she returned just to get a regular spot on TV herself. Samantha turns Roxie into a comic prop for Zeno. After Zeno's successful performance, Darrin tells Samantha that his client has booked Zeno for the next thirteen weeks. Darrin attempts some magic on his own. When he succeeds, he is not certain whether his skill or Samantha's is responsible.
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Stressed out and suffering from insomnia, Herman starts taking late-night walks in the park. But reports soon spread of a monster prowling the park.
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Richie runs into the house screaming that he has been pecked on the head by a giant woodpecker.
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