Good musical remake of "Ninotchka" in which an American producer is determined to win over an icy but beautiful Soviet commissar. Songs by Cole Porter!
A 1920's screen star persuades his love-interest to lip-synch for his screeching leading lady in an early "talky". Classic musical-comedy!
An 1870's Western town is invaded by a group of young waitresses. Academy Award winning song by Mercer-Warren!
The reunion of three GIs a decade after World War II turns out differently than expected. Story and songs by Betty Comden and Adolph Green!
Margaret O'Brien and Cyd Charisse play two generations of dancers in this lavish Technicolor film that combines a tragic story of guilt and broken dreams with the opulence of ballet.
Based upon the life of composer Jerome Kern, who achieved fame and fortune with his memorable Broadway scores. Fine cast!
Two friends stumble upon Brigadoon, a village in the Scottish highlands that comes to life for a single day every 100 years. Fine score by Lerner and Loewe!
Terrific musical about a declining movie star who takes another shot at stardom via Broadway.
Vincente Minnelli uses his own The Bad And The Beautiful, with Lana Turner and Kirk Douglas, here playing Jack, in a screening room with director Kruger (Edward G. Robinson), Davie (George Hamilton) exploding, Veronica (Dahlia Lavi) left behind, in Two Weeks In Another Town, 1962.
Having fled a night-club assassination, Matt Helm (Dean Martin) and Tina (Daliah Lavi) hustle back to the hotel to interrogate Gail (Stella Stevens) who turns out to be wearing a tear-away dress, in The Silencers, 1966.
On a Rome-area beach after a night out with new girlfriend Veronica (Dahlia Lavi), movie star Jack (Kirk Douglas), fresh off three years in a sanitarium, reflects on his career, in Vincente Minnelli's Two Weeks In Another Town, 1962.
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!
Take one shot of danger, two splashes of action and a twist of comedy and add a generous portion of screen legend Dean Martin to the mix and you've got The Silencers, a stylishly sexy adventure in the tradition of James Bond. It's up to secret agent Matt Helm (Martin) to save the day when megalomaniac Victor Bruno (What Ever Happened To Baby Jane?) and his dastardly organization, Big O, plot to sabotage America's atomic missile system. From deep inside Big O's subterranean hideout to a perilous mountainside car chase to groovy designer bedrooms filled with booby traps, Helm braves blistering showers of bullets, knives and laser beams to make the world a safe place again. Helping his cause is a bevy of beauties including Stella Stevens (The Poseidon Adventure) and double agent Daliah Lavi (Casino Royale). In addition to its arsenal of high-tech gadgets and outrageous costumes, The Silencers features an amazing opening sequence starring Cyd Charisse (Singin' in the Rain) and a cocktail-era soundtrack by Elmer Bernstein with vocals by Martin, Charisse and Vikki Carr.
Special Agent Rafferty is thrown into a maelstrom of action and intrigue when he identifies a mysterious alien race who are on a mission to invade Earth.
In 1952, star Kirk Douglas, director Vincente Minnelli, producer John Houseman and screenwriter Charles Schnee teamed for what manyconsider the greatest drama ever made about Hollywood: The Bad and the Beautiful. Ten years later, they took another powerfulinsider's look at the movie business, this time adapting a book by Irwin Shaw. Douglas portrays has-been screen idol Jack Andrus.Just out of a sanitarium, Jack grabs at a small role in a movie shot in Rome by a director (Edward G. Robinson) whose career is alsoon the skids. When the director falls ill, Jack takes over, realizing this is his last shot at personal and professional redemption.Trenchant, confrontational, intensified by Minnelli's genius for color, Two Weeks in Another Town captures the passion of creativepeople facing the abyss.
Screen idol Jack Andrus just out of a sanitarium grabs at a role in a movie shot in Rome by a director whose career is also on the skids. When the director falls ill, Jack takes over.
Has-been screen idol Jack Andrus just out of a sanitarium grabs at a small role in a movie shot in Rome by a director whose career is also on the skids. When the director falls ill, Jack takes over, realizing this is his last shot at redemption.
Ballet/dancing film links together choreographies
Jessica goes undercover at a resort to investigate the murder of a friend and uncovers a complicated scam involving a con artist and an heiress.
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