Hotel movie trailer - starring Melvyn Douglas, Karl Malden, Rod Taylor, Merle Oberon, Catherine Spaak. Genre: Drama
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 Youth, 1962, directed by Richard Brooks from the Tennessee Williams play.
Pashen (Joyce Walker), being arraigned for solicitation, is about to be rescued by social worker Cora (Diana Sands) when her pimp Willie (Roscoe Orman) arrives with bail in Willie Dynamite, 1974.
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, 1962, from the Tennessee Williams play.
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 Moses' Willie Dynamite, 1974.
Pimp Willie (Roscoe Orman) is arrested, harassed and exercised by rogue cops (led by gun-wielding Ted Gehring) in director Gilbert Moses' Willie Dynamite, 1974.
Not much story advance in this otherwise worthwhile scene featuring Martha Reeves reprising the title song and Willie (Roscoe Orman) and his seven bailed-out girls on parade in Willie Dynamite, 1974.
Pimp Willie (Roscoe Orman) drops by to tell social worker Cora (Diana Sands) to stop hassling his hookers in director Gilbert Moses' Willie Dynamite, 1974.
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 Geraldine Page.
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 early scene from Willie Dynamite, 1974.
Martin (Richard Benjamin) and Blane (James Brolin) get their first action-thrill at the futuristic amusement park versus the robot gunslinger (Yul Brynner) in Michael Crichton's Westworld, 1973.
Welcome to Ticlaw, Florida, a tiny town just off the highway with big dreams of attracting huge tourist dollars. But when construction of the new freeway leaves them without a crucial exit ramp, the desperate townsfolk decide to take motor matters into their own hands. Now with the help of a water-skiing elephant, a rampaging rhino, some well-placed explosives and an invasion of very odd travelers, this busy freeway is about to take one extremely strange detour.
Welcome to Ticaw, Florida, a tiny town just off the highway with big dreams of attracting huge tourist dollars.
Welcome to Ticaw, Florida, a tiny town just off the highway with big dreams of attracting huge tourist dollars. But when construction of the new freeway leaves them without a crucial exit ramp, the desperate townsfolk decide to take motor matters into their own hands. Now with the help of a water-skiing elephant, a rampaging rhino, some well-placed explosives and an invasion of very odd travelers, this busy freeway is about to take one extremely strange detour.
Charles Bronson portrays a drifter outlaw, Graham Dorsey, who has a liaison with a writer (Jill Ireland) who is so taken with him that she transforms him, after his death, into a legend. She builds a great commercial empire based on her fictional re-creation of "Graham Dorsey." Dorsey's name becomes a hallowed legend of the Old West. When Dorsey turns up very much alive, no one recognizes him or believes that he is Dorsey--including Ireland. Now a myth, but no longer possessing his own identity, Dorsey will end his days in an asylum where the kindly doctors will humor this old man's charming delusion that he was once a great gunfighter. Based on the novel by Frank D. Gilroy.
A beautiful policewoman goes undercover to break up a drug ring.
In a futuristic resort, wealthy patrons can visit recreations of different time periods and experience their wildest fantasies with life-like robots. But when Richard Benjamin ("Goodbye, Columbus") opts for the wild west, he gets more than he bargained for when a gunslinger robot, portrayed by Academy Award-winner Yul Brynner ("The King and I", "The Magnificent Seven"), goes berserk. Written and directed by "Jurassic Park" author and "E.R." creator Michael Crichton. With Emmy-winner James Brolin ("Marcus Welby, M.D.", "Hotel") and Dick Van Patten (TV's "Eight is Enough"). Followed by a sequel, "Futureworld".
An interracial pair of cops uncover more than they bargained for as they navigate an urban underworld of call girls and corrupt politicians.
Get ready to get down with Detroit 9000 - a fast-paced action movie that's been called the hippest crime story ever! A gang of gun- toting goons have staged a daring, big-money rip-off at a high-society fundraiser for the state's first black candidate for governor!
For $1,000 a day, vacationers can indulge whims at the theme park called Westworld. They can bust up a bar or bust out of jail, drop in on a brothel or get the drop on a gunslinger. It's all safe: the park's lifelike androids are programmed never to harm the customers. But not all droids are getting with the program.
In 1989, Jeni Gray inexplicably vanished while on a morning walk. Confusion gave way to horror when a second woman disappeared.
Fearing his new cook is a wanted murderer, Ralph uncovers evidence that points directly to the cook and takes matters into his own inept hands.
Verdie searches for her family history with Jason's help. Elizabeth stretches the truth to her soldier pen pal, letting him think she's 18 and looks like Erin.
Roger and his buddies start an underground school newspaper.
Fred is witness to a burglary at Julio's house, but he refuses to identify the burglars for the police. To teach Fred a lesson, Julio and Lamont steal the junk truck and Julio claims to be afraid to give the police evidence about the theft he supposedly witnessed.
It's a game of "finders-keepers" when an aging drunk spies a bundle of cash on the street, then gets muscled out of the dough by a phony private eye. Friday and Gannon figure the money's got to belong to somebody -- but who?
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Trapped in an alien laboratory, Kirk, Spock and McCoy meet an empath and are involved in a series of experiments.
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After telling Tony that be and Roger Healey have been tapped for a historic two man space probe, scheduled to blast off the following week. Dr. Bellows asks him to report for a final checkup. When Tony asks Jeannie to return to her home, Jeannie asserts that since Tony freed her from the bottle, she belongs to him. She adds that she can give him a space capsule of his own. Tony tells Jeannie if he fails tomorrow's test, he will not go on the flight. Worried about Tony's safety, Jeannie causes him to blurt out the wrong answers to every test. Tony leaves Dr. Bellows, certain he has passed, but Jeannie tells him he has failed. Impressed by Tony's unhappiness, Jeannie goes to Dr. Bellows' office, where he is typing a report on Tony's unfortunate condition. Resorting to all her magic, Jeannie makes Bellows believe that he is not only losing his mind, but is near death. Tony is reassigned to the two man flight. There, in outer space, Jeannie joins Tony as he floats from a tether attached to the capsule.
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