Twelve O'clock High movie trailer - starring Gregory Peck, Dean Jagger, Millard Mitchell, Hugh Marlowe, Gary Merrill, Gary Mitchell. Directed by Henry King. Genre: Action-Adventure
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First To Fight movie trailer - starring Gene Hackman, Dean Jagger, Claude Akins, Chad Everett, Bobby Troup, Marilyn Devin. Genre: Drama
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Having Wonderful Time movie trailer - starring Ginger Rogers, Lucille Ball, Eve Arden, Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., Lee Bowman, Peggy Conklin. Genre: Comedy
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North Star movie trailer - starring James Caan, Christopher Lambert, Burt Young, Catherine McCormack. Genre: Action-Adventure
Early scene introduces Kosnov (Max von Sydow) and a glimpse of fellow Ingmar Bergman player Bibi Andersson, plus director John Huston's technique of using dubbed English after Russian dialogue, in The Kremlin Letter, 1970.
Opening scene featuring Michael MacLiammoir (as Sweet Alice) and shots from Senate Square in Helsinki for the credits, in John Huston's all-star Cold War drama The Kremlin Letter, 1970.
Code-named agents Dean Jagger (The Highwayman) and Richard Boone (Ward) send their recruit Rone (Patrick O'Neal) to meet decadent Janis The Whore (Nigel Green) in Mexico, in John Huston's The Kremlin Letter, 1970.
Rone (Patrick O'Neal), making contacts, finds drag-queen Warlock (George Sanders) in San Francisco and Erector Set (Niall MacGinnis) and his able daughter (Barbara Parkins) in Chicago in John Huston's The Kremlin Letter, 1970.
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.
Reluctant nurse Evelyn (Inger Stevens) checks on lodging wounded outlaw Larkin (Henry Fonda), exchanging views and some secrets, in Firecreek, 1968.
Part-time sheriff Cobb (James Stewart) confronts thug Earl (Gary Lockwood) and meets gang-leader Larkin (Henry Fonda), hoping to avoid trouble in Firecreek, 1968.
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.
Navarana is an Inughuit elder, a Polar Eskimo from the most remote corner of the planet: the northwest tip of Greenland. Thanks to her ancestor, an Inuit shaman who led an epic journey across the High Arctic in the 1860s, she is connected by blood to a group of Canadian Inuit. Today Navarana worries about the future of her people, as they face the greatest social and environmental challenges in their history. She embarks on hunting journeys with families of two communities—one on Canada’s Baffin Island, the other in neighboring Greenland—and discovers that while the two groups share common values, they are adapting differently to outside influences and to the inescapable changes that affect their way of life. Navarana draws inspiration and hope from the ties that still bind the two communities, as well as from the legacy of her intrepid ancestor.
Two Inuit communities in the circumpolar Arctic, linked by lineage to a legendary shaman, navigate through the greatest social and environmental challenges in their history.
Karel Cernik (Fredric March) is the leader of a troupe of Czechoslovakian circus performers who have been plying their trade in Eastern Europe for years. When Czechoslovakia falls under Communist rule, the proud and independent Cernik finds that he is no longer free to operate his circus as he sees fit. Many of his performers are conscripted into military service, and his equipment and possessions are declared government property, though the state fails to maintain it properly, or even to give him access to the material to fix it himself. Finally, when Cernik's remaining performers are ordered to insert pro-Communist messages into their acts, he decides that he can take no more and begins making plans to escape to Bavaria during an upcoming tour. Cernik's plans hit a snag, however, when he learns that one of his performers is a spy for the Czech communists, working in collusion with government factotum Fesker (Adolphe Menjou). While politics are making a mess of his professional life, his daughter Tereza (Terry Moore) is complicating matters at home because of her romance with the handsome but unreliable lion tamer Joe Vosdek (Cameron Mitchell), much to the chagrin of both Karel and his wife Zama (Gloria Grahame).
Freelance american spy team, each a specialist in his field, is hired to recover a stolen top-Secret anti-Red china letter. They infiltrate into moscow and while doing their job find a traitor in their midst. Based on noel behn's novel.
When American agents in Moscow try to recover a stolen letter implicating America in an anti-Red China plot, they discover a hornet's nest of treason, double agents, murder, and betrayal. The plot has as many switchbacks as a Formula One racetrack, and a pad and paper to keep track of the agents and their code names wouldn't hurt. Still, The Kremlin Letter is an interesting espionage movie with some good performances.
Jason struggles to complete a major musical composition, and a plan for a Walton's Mountain Founders' Day develops.
Kwai Chang Caine (DAVID CARRADINE), a half-American Buddhist monk from China, restores the eyes and faith of a phony preacher (JOHN CARRADINE), blinded by Indians, and finds his own roots in America.
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In Arizona Territory, the half-American Buddhist monk, Kwai Chang Caine (DAVID CARRADINE), attempts to arrest the killers of a young man with whom he grew up in a Chinese temple. Robert Urich guest stars.
A compulsive gambler cajoles his friend to use his telekinesis to affect the results of the gambling tables in Las Vegas.
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