01:30 — A five-part feature from acclaimed filmmakers Merchant Ivory, that takes place over one 24-hour period in New York City’s worst heat wave. As the city (more…)
Alan Oppenheimer is the never-named chief technician at Delos, which is the futuristic amusement facility where tourists pay to attend fantasy wor (more…)
03:04 — Androids go haywire with guests at an adult theme park of the future.
Chance Wayne (Paul Newman) gets news about his mother and girlfriend from an old rival (Philip Abbott) on his arrival in his hometown in Sweet Bird of (more…)
Pashen (Joyce Walker), being arraigned for solicitation, is about to be rescued by social worker Cora (Diana Sands) when her pimp Willie (Roscoe Orman (more…)
Early scene, loyal young manager McDermott (Rod Taylor) visits his boss Trent (Melvyn Douglas), owner of the struggling St. Gregory in New Orleans. in (more…)
Actress Alexandra Del Lago (Geraldine Page) awakens in a Louisiana hotel room to assess her escort Chance Wayne (Paul Newman) in Sweet Bird of Youth, (more…)
Social worker and ex-hooker Cora (Diana Sands) drops in on Willie's girls (Norma Donaldson, Juanita Brown et al) for a talking-to in director Gilbert (more…)
Pimp Willie (Roscoe Orman) is arrested, harassed and exercised by rogue cops (led by gun-wielding Ted Gehring) in director Gilbert Moses' Willie Dynam (more…)
Not much story advance in this otherwise worthwhile scene featuring Martha Reeves reprising the title song and Willie (Roscoe Orman) and his seven bai (more…)
Pimp Willie (Roscoe Orman) drops by to tell social worker Cora (Diana Sands) to stop hassling his hookers in director Gilbert Moses' Willie Dynamite, (more…)
A young gigolo returns to his Southern hometown in search of the lost love of his youth in Sweet Bird of Youth (1962) starring Paul Newman and Geraldi (more…)
Charles Bronson is a two-bit outlaw who becomes a legend when he's mistakenly reported dead in From Noon Till Three (1976).
Bell (Roger Robinson) hosts a council of pimps (Ron Henriquez, Nathaniel Taylor et al), gaining support from all except Willie (Roscoe Orman) in an ea (more…)
Martin (Richard Benjamin) and Blane (James Brolin) get their first action-thrill at the futuristic amusement park versus the robot gunslinger (Yul Bry (more…)
Social worker Cora (Diana Sands) and Assistant D-A Robert (Thalmus Rasulala) do some character exposition and bedroom banter in an early scene from Wi (more…)
Credit sequence, conversation and the opening orientation scene for high-tech tourists Martin (Richard Benjamin) and Blane (James Brolin) in Michael C (more…)
The team at an Antarctic station try to fly in a planeload of girls in Quick, Before It Melts (1965).
Pimp Willie (Roscoe Orman) scolds Pashen (Joyce Walker) for getting busted then lectures his staff on what they're supposed to be delivering in WIllie (more…)
Blane (James Brolin) and Martin (Richard Benjamin) are coming off a Western all-nighter when the robot gunslinger (Yul Brynner) interrupts their fanta (more…)
Pimp Willie (Roscoe Orman, from Sesame Street) has some motivational words for employee Pashen (Joyce Walker) whose production has been off, in an ear (more…)