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!
Breakout Danish director Nicolas Winding Refn (THE PUSHER Trilogy, BRONSON, VALHALLA RISING) throttles into the Hollywood fast lane with the precision-crafted action caper DRIVE.
Ryan Gosling stars as a Los Angeles wheelman for hire, stunt driving for movie productions by day and steering getaway vehicles for armed heists by night. Though a loner by nature, Driver can't help falling in love with his beautiful neighbor Irene (Carey Mulligan), a vulnerable young mother dragged into a dangerous underworld by the return of her ex-convict husband Standard (Oscar Isaac).
After a heist intended to pay off Standard's protection money spins unpredictably out of control, Driver finds himself driving defense for the girl he loves, tailgated by a syndicate of deadly serious criminals (Albert Brooks and Ron Perlman). But when he realizes that the gangsters are after more than the bag of cash in his trunk-that they're coming straight for Irene and her son-Driver is forced to shift gears and go on offense.
There's No Business Like Show Business -- Trailer for this story about the people behind the footlights
The Timber -- Geoffrey is almost 70 years old and resides in a 44-acre timber in Iowa. He was raised across the road from the timber, and in 1982, his childhood dream of living in the woods came true. 28 years later, he reflects on his love for home and family in this
There's No Business Like Show Business -- A priest rejoins his showbiz family for a benefit performance and their lives, loves, and conflicts of twenty years are chronicled in this Cinemascope musical marvel.
There's No Business Like Show Business -- Clip: After You Get What You Want
There's No Business Like Show Business -- Clip: Heatwave
Based on the novel by Taylor Caldwell, this star-studded series follows the saga of Dr. Jonathan Ferrier. In post-Civil War Pennsylvania, he relentlessly campaigns to improve the antiquated medical practices in his hometown. Ferrier faces fervent opposition from the town's old guard, who endeavor to destroy his career, and he becomes engulfed in a series of doomed romances and family disputes.
Cantinflas (title character), seeking his beloved horse, has reached Las Vegas, where director George Sidney lays down another barrage of cameos, this time including Sinatra, Cesar Romero, Durante and just the start of Dean's bit (Lawford and Davis Jr. done earlier), in Pepe, 1960.
It's been said that Bobby Darin's secret was that he could deliver any song like it was the one you'd been waiting for all night, example here with Cantinflas (title character) watching, tune by Andre and Dory Previn, in George Sidney's celebrity cavalcade Pepe, 1960.
Cantinflas (title character) tries to persuade struggling performer friend Suzie (Shirley Jones) she can make it big, when Judy Garland does her cameo on the radio and Dan Dailey, as the director she hasn't won over, joins for a dance, in Pepe, 1960, song by Andre and Dory Previn.
Second part of a long number in an L-A club where waitress Suzie (Shirley Jones, not a double) also dances, Eugene Loring choreography with two uncredited partners, her friend Cantinflas (title character) panicking when it gets a little too West Side Story, in Pepe, 1960.
The story of the late J. Edgar Hoover, who was head of the FBI from 1924-1972. The film follows Hoover from his racket-busting days through his reign under eight U.S. presidents.
Commander Frank "Spig" Wead was a pioneer aviator, renowned screenwriter (whose works included John Ford's They Were Expendable) and a man of war. The skies beckoned Spig to action; a crippling injury ultimately left him powerless to act, propelling him to discover the power of his pen. He was talented, driven, flawed, a friend of Ford and the subject of this compassionate biography. John Wayne plays Spig and Ford directs The Wings of Eagles, which also offers a fascinating glimpse into the ways and world of Ford: Ward Bond plays moviemaker John Dodge, a role modelled on Ford. Maureen O'Hara, Wayne's five-time co-star (including Ford's The Quiet Man), and Dan Dailey (of Ford's 1952 What Price Glory) play Spig's indomitable wife, Minnie, and cigar-chomping sidekick "Jughead" Carson.
Joan Collins, Jayne Mansfield and Dan Dailey star in this engaging drama based on a novel by John Steinbeck. Three strangers – a stripper (Mansfield), an alcoholic wife (Collins) and a traveling salesman (Dailey) – embark on a life-changing journey on a fateful bus ride. As the road presents challenges, each character faces his or her own shortcomings, not knowing where life will lead next.
In this engaging drama based on a story by renowned author John Steinbeck, three strangers - a traveling salesman, a stripper, and an alcoholic wife - meet on a fateful bus ride.
The skies beckoned Spig to action; a crippling injury ultimately left him powerless to act, propelling him to discover the power of his pen.
A biography of Navy flier-turned-screenwriter Frank W. "Spig" Wead.
Joan Collins, Jayne Mansfield and Dan Dailey star in this engaging drama based on a novel by John Steinbeck. Three strangers - a stripper (Mansfield), an alcoholic wife (Collins) and a traveling salesman (Dailey) - embark on a life-changing journey on a fateful bus ride. As the road presents challenges, each character faces his or her own shortcomings, not knowing where life will lead next.
Lady Luck is in the building. Ever since rancher Chuck Rodman (Dan Dailey) grabbed the hand of a passing ballerina, he can't lose. Hold her hand at the roulette table…winner! At the slots…jackpot! Take the danseuse to the homestead to meet mama…a dry oil wellcomes in! Think maybe the duo should hold hands at the altar? Lovely Cyd Charisse is en pointe for this musical showpiece set in part in the mid-century chic of the Sands Hotel and peppered with credited and uncredited star turns from Old Blue Eyes, Lena Horne, Debbie Reynolds, Frankie Laine, Peter Lorre – the list goes on. Capping the fun: Charisse's bebop ballet Frankie & Johnny, voiced by Sammy Davis, Jr. Hit me, daddy-o!
Jon's arrogance and conviction put him increasingly at odds with his colleagues, neighbors, and family. Grasping to stay afloat amid constant conflict, he must confront treacherous, false accusations and catastrophic family revelations.
Jon weds Mavis, but their marriage quickly plunges into dysfunction as Mavis becomes more petulant and Jon more distant. As Jon throws himself into work, both he and Mavis engage in affairs. But the price for their secrets will result in dangerous consequences neither could have imagined.
Dr. Martin Eaton returns home from war to discover his sweetheart, Marjorie, betrothed to another, wealthier man. Martin reluctantly marries the shy Flora instead and focuses on his medical practice, engaging in the occasional extramarital tryst. Meanwhile, Marjorie raises two boys, Jon and Harold, who have starkly different personalities.
Lucy hires mimic Rich Little to imitate Jack Benny, John Wayne and Jimmy Stewart in an advertising campaign for the Unique Employment Agency….resulting in a $10 million dollar suit.
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