Smuggling landed Carnahan in Alcatraz. Smuggling will be his ticket out. It's World War II, and Uncle Sam needs a man of Carnahan's bold talent to sneak vitally needed rubber out of Japanese-held Malaya.
The rare pairing of James Stewart and Spencer Tracy sparks this tale of an intrigue-filled, true-life wartime operation. Tracy portrays tough, edgy Carnahan. Stewart is sly foreign correspondent and Far East expert John Royer, a man with a plan who tells U.S. officials: "With the right kind of money and the wrong kind of man, I can get that rubber out for you." And with its right kind of stars, this brawny classic gets maximum heroics every moment. Adventure and starpower - Sydney Greenstreet in his final film, Lionel Barrymore and Gilbert Roland - are on the map in Malaya.
Adm. James T. Kirk assumes command of the Enterprise and finds himself facing his old nemesis.
Star Trek clip - starring William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelley. Directed by Gene Roddenberry. Theatrical Release Date: 11/13/2007
Adm. Kirk hijacks the Enterprise to rescue Mr. Spock, whose spirit remains alive on the rapidly degenerating Genesis planet.
A handsome stranger comes to Comanche Creek. He's quick on the draw, fast with his fists, flush with $20 gold notes- and he soon gets himself thrown in the local jail. Everything is going according to plan...
Audie Murphy, World War II's most-decorated GI, portrays an Old West detective who purposely lands behind bars so he can infiltrate a secret gang with a vicious MO: spring prisoners from their cells, force them to be front men for notorious crimes, then kill them to collect the reward money for their dead-or-alive capture. De Forest Kelley, in one of his many Westerns before he became Dr. McCoy in the original Star Trek, plays an outlaw leader. He'll be dishing out lead in the gunfight finale that gives the film its title.
A meek and mild bank teller awakens one morning from a disturbing dream, in which he has killed a man, only to find that his dream may well have been real. Was he sleepwalking? Was he hypnotized? The suspense never lets up in this film noir original (later remade as Nightmare with Edward G. Robinson) as the story unravels to reveal an eerie tale of murder and mind control. This preferred version stars a young Deforest Kelley (later of Star Trek fame) in his feature film debut.
Based on the novel by Sloan Wilson, The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit stars Gregory Peck as a haunted New York executive whp defies convention and decides his family is more important than his career in this post-war melodrama scripted and directed by the celebrated Nunnally Johnson (The Three Faces of Eve).
Leon Uris' account of the partnership of Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday to clean up Dodge City in the old west. Fine cast and script!
Classic 60's sci-fi series about the travels of the starship Enterprise under the leadership of Captain James T. Kirk.
True love for science fiction knows no borders, and now the people who brought us Trekkies return to travel the globe in hopes of finding the world's most dedicated Star Trek fan in this belated sequel to the 1997 cult documentary. Once again hosted by Star Trek: The Next Generation's Denise Crosby, Trekkies 2 features interviews with such dedicated fans as the English Trekkie who reconstructed his Leicestershire apartment to resemble the interior of the Starship Enterprise, numerous Filk (science fiction-oriented folk music) singers and Star Trek tribute bands, and also offers coverage of the first-ever Serbian Star Trek convention. Of course, a sequel wouldn't be a sequel without the return of a few fans from the original hit, and Trekkies 2 offers follow-up interviews with such memorable devotees as Gabriel Köerner and Whitewater juror Barbara Adams.
Robbie, the master's baby, has been mysteriously beamed to Mars and it's up to our heroes Toaster, Lampy, Radio, Kirby and Blanky to reach for the stars and bring him safely home.
A hilarious look at the universe's most fervent fans.
True love for science fiction knows no borders, and now the people who brought us Trekkies return to travel the globe in hopes of finding the world's most dedicated Star Trek fan in this belated sequel to the 1997 cult documentary.
Master Rob is married with a baby son, Robbie. When a hearing aid tries to beam himself up to the aliens he's communicating with, little Robbie gets sent to Mars in his place. Now, it's up to toaster and all of the other appliances to rescue Robbie.
Get ready to beam up to a galaxy where autograph hounds abound, dentists drill in Federation garb and the debate over "Trekkies" vs. "Trekkers" rages on. Denise Crosby of Star Trek: The Next Generation hosts this often-hilarious documentary about the Star Trek "fan-nomenon." Interviewing hundreds of devoted fans and such Star Trek cast members as Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelley, Nichelle Nichols, Walter Koenig, Kate Mulgrew and Brent Spiner, the film creates an entertaining and endearing portrait of the landmark series that has touched the lives of people around the world.
A film about the fans of the various versions of 'Star Trek'.
30 years ago, science-fiction editor coined the term "trekkies" when he saw fans of Star Trek's first season wearing pointy ears. Today, the word is found in the dictionary, and aficionados of the series have seen their culture achieve huge status.
Set in the 22nd century, nearly 100 years before James T. Kirk, ENTERPRISE takes place during the early pioneering days of deep space exploration, when interstellar travel is in its infancy and the United Federation of Planets is still decades away. Captain Jonathan Archer is the protype for Starfleet captains to come; he's bold, intensely curious and eager to venture where no man has gone before.
STAR TREK: DEEP SPACE NINE takes place in the mid 24th century and chronicles the adventures of a team of Starfleet officers who take command of a remote alien space station on the edge of a new frontier.
The Next Generation focuses on the 24th century adventures of Captain Jean-Luc Picard aboard the U.S.S. Enterprise (NCC-1701-D). This incarnation of the famous starship is much larger than the one captained by James T. Kirk a century earlier, and, accordingly, it carries a larger crew complement: 1,012 men, women...and, surprisingly, children. This era's Starfleet Command believes that men and women are more likely to sign up for long-term exploratory missions if they think of their ship as home.
Kai Winn, Bajor's spiritual leader has aspirations of also becoming First Minister of Bajor's Provisional Government. To secure her position, she employs Kira to retrieve farming equipment that is being held illegally by the leader of her old resistance cell.
With time running out and the Reptilians about to arm the weapon, Archer has to convince the Aquatics to help the Humanoids, Arboreals and Enterprise intercept it.
Sisko and Jake build a solar sailing ship in an attempt to recreate a journey taken by the ancient Bajorans. Meanwhile, Bashir encounters a former school rival.
Kirk is forced into negotiating peace on a planet with severe class inequities.
A charismatic leader and his followers hijack the Enterprise in their search for "Eden."
Kirk and crew meet an immortal human named Flint.
The Doctor tries to improve his programming by incorporating traits from famous and historical people, but is soon overwhelmed by the dark sides of their personalities.
Kirk is abducted by aliens who wish to use him to help solve their overpopulation problem.
In a shocking revelation to Quark and Rom, the Grand Nagus Zek reveals he has re-written the Ferengi Rules of Acquisition; a move which threatens to cripple the Ferengi Empire.
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