The Party Crashers movie trailer - starring John Saxon, Shawnee Smith, Peter Murnik, Phil Leirness, Max Parrish, Burt Bulos. Directed by Phil Leirness. Genre: Comedy
Rating: Not Rated
Two On A Guillotine movie trailer - starring Cesar Romero, Dean Jones, Connie Stevens, Connie Gilchrist, Virginia Gregg, Parley Baer. Directed by William Conrad. Genre: Mystery-Suspense
Rating: Not Rated
Now middle-aged and married, former beachbums Frankie and Annette turn back the clock. Nostalgia piece for baby-boomers!
Cora (Dorothy Green) and daughter Bunny (Stefanie Powers) chat about the coming mob of college kids and how Dad, the police chief (Andrew Duggan) will handle things, early in Palm Springs Weekend, 1963.
College girl Gail (Connie Stevens) gets reeled in by the giant bunny Eric (Robert Conrad) carries in his convertible, then they meet Texan Jim (Troy Donahue) down the road, in Palm Springs Weekend, 1963.
Leading man Troy Donahue is all over the vocal in the Larry Kusik/Paul Evans tune Live Young, opening Palm Springs Weekend, 1963, also starring Connie Stevens, Stefanie Powers, Ty Hardin and Robert Conrad.
New on the Connecticut tobacco farm scene is bicycling Paige (Sharon Hugueny), who visits with hunky new hand Parrish (Troy Donahue), then returns home where her father Judd (Karl Malden) is busy abusing her brothers (Hampton Fancher, David Knapp), in Delmer Daves' Parrish, 1961.
A pregnant teen (Connie Stevens) allows her mother to pass the baby off as her own in Susan Slade (1961).
New in town title character (Troy Donahue) stops by to tell his mom (Claudette Colbert) he's found a job and won't have to share her Connecticut tobacco farm staff apartment, then joins local Lucy (Connie Stevens) to survey his new digs, early in Delmer Daves' Parrish, 1961.
Opening in which we learn the title is the given name of the protagonist (Troy Donahue), who does some exposition with Skipper (John McGovern), then travels with his mother (Claudette Colbert), met by Teet (Dub Taylor), from Delmer Daves' Parrish, 1961.
First scene for tobacco heiress Alison (Diane McBain) arriving to meet her newly hired live-in chaperone Ellen (Claudette Colbert), then greeted by her ever-worried father Sala (Dean Jagger), in Delmer Daves' Parrish, 1961.
Never Too Late -- Three interconnecting stories follow young people on their search for happiness.
An engaging look at the grass-roots movement that indelibly changed the landscape of American conservatism, Party Crashers offers a clear and balanced chronicle of the rise of The Tea Party.
In this high-energy satire of the music business, lifelong friends Ivan (John Cusack) and Josh (Tim Robbins) are fired from their menial jobs and decide to fulfill their dream of starting a video production company. While paying their dues shooting lame parties, living wills and even a rap-style TV spot to sell chicken and waffles, the boys strike gold when they’re hired to direct a video for a Scandinavian rock band with big hair and no budget. Featuring cool celeb cameos by Ted Nugent, “Weird Al” Yankovic, Courtney Love and others, this outrageous ‘80s romp is totally awesome – and downright hilarious!
"Veteran beach-movie favorites Frankie Avalon and Annette Funicello return to the screen in this hip, hilarious update of their surf-and-sand adventures. Break Dancing may have replaced The Twist in the intervening years, but Frankie and Annette still know how to have a good time as well as teach their own 80s new-wave children a thing or two in the process. A host of familiar faces Bob Denver, Tony Dow, Jerry Mathers, Don Adams, Edd Kookie Byrnes, Pee-Wee Herman and more join the fun in the California sun!
Frankie and Annette grow up and have kids in the midwest. They return to LA to visit their daughter who is shacked up with her boyfriend and tries to hide the fact. They begin to have marriage problems when Frankie runs into Connie, who has erected a shrine to him in her night club.
The surfing '60s ride into the new wave '80s as Frankie and Annette star in this hip update of their old-time, good-time beach movies.
Many familiar faces from the smash hit "Grease" return to the campus, and the new ones are equally memorable in this happy tribute to straight skirts, girl-chasing and young love.
Starring Peter Frampton and The Bee Gees along with Steve Martin, George Burns, Aerosmith, Alice Cooper, Billy Preston and Earth, Wind and Fire performing almost two dozen incredible Beatles covers, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band is a landmark of pop culture and an all-star musical spectacular for fans of all ages.
The Beatles's concept album is adapted into a story populated with 1970s pop stars as mean Mr. Mustard menaces the happy town of Heartland.
A veritable who's who of the rock and roll scene of the late 1970s join forces for this fun romp loosely inspired by the Beatles album of the same name. In this imaginative film, a rock band comes to the rescue of a small town suffering from boredom.
In episode 105, Kirstie's crack-head brother suggests that she start doing crack in order to lose weight, but Kirstie's dysfunctional parents try to intervene.
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A variety-show host troubled by an enigmatic woman dressed in black asks Jessica to investigate a murder on the set that occurred 25 years ago.
When a corpse is discovered at the site of an archeological dig, Jessica looks into the case and realizes that someone may not approve of the project.
Guests: Stevie Wonder, Connie Stevens, John Byner, Johnny Brown
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