Movie cowboy Tom Mix joins forces with lawman Wyatt Earp to find a killer in 1920's Hollywood.
Otto Preminger's acclaimed account of the courtroom battle waged by a small- town attorney in the defense of an Army lieutenant accused of murdering his wife's assailant. Several Oscar nominations including Best Picture!
Grizzled boatmen Mark (Frank Sinatra) and Linc (Errol John) receive huckster Rossiter (Tony Franciosa) and girlfriend Rosa (Virna Lisi), who had a deep-sea diver die while working for them, early in Assault On A Queen, 1966.
American jazz-men Eddie (Sidney Poitier) and Ram (Paul Newman) with three French notables, Roger Blin as 'the Gypsy,' Francoise Brion as his girlfriend and Helene Dieudonne as a pusher, from Paris Blues, 1961.
Jazz ex-pat Ram (Paul Newman) arrives to meet 'Wild Man Moore' (Louis Armstrong) at the train and is pleased to encounter tourists Connie (Diahann Carroll) and Lillian (Joanne Woodward) in Martin Ritt's Paris Blues, 1961.
The big scam, Rossiter (Tony Franciosa, brave attempt at British accent), Brittain (Frank Sinatra) and Laffnauer (Alf Kjellin) bluff their way from their refurbished sub onto the Queen Mary, the captain (Murray Matheson) cordial but skeptical, in Assault On A Queen, 1966.
Michigan attorney Biegler (James Stewart) has learned that saucy Laura (Lee Remick), a rape victim and the wife of his soldier client (Ben Gazzara), charged with killing her attacker, has passed a lie detector test, but he has further questions, in Otto Preminger's Anatomy Of A Murder, 1959.
Upper Michigan attorney Paul Biegler (James Stewart), just returned from an extended solo fishing trip, getting up to date with tippling pal McCarthy (Arthur O'Connell), then taking an unexpected call from Laura Manion (Lee Remick), early in Otto Preminger's Anatomy Of A Murder, 1959.
Reluctant hired diver Mark (Frank Sinatra), assisted by partner Linc (Errol John), begins his work for treasure hunters Rossiter (Tony Franciosa) and Rosa (Virna Lisi), former German submariner Laffnauer (Alf Kjellin) in support, in Assault On A Queen, 1966.
Eddie (Sidney Poitier) conducts Lillian (Joanne Woodward) and Connie (Diahann Carroll) into 'Marie's Cave' where band-mate Ram (Paul Newman) sets the hook with Ellington's 'Mood Indigo' in Paris Blues, 1961.
Famous scene, first meeting between former Michigan small-town prosecutor turned lackadaisical defense attorney Paul Biegler (James Stewart) and Lieutenant Manion (Ben Gazzara), jailed for killing his wife's assailant, early in Otto Preminger's Anatomy Of A Murder, 1959.
'Take The A Train' is the number with Paul Newman and Sidney Poitier pretending to play in the opening to the pretty-much all Ellington jazz movie Paris Blues, 1961, directed by Martin Ritt.
Academy Award-winning superstar Clint Eastwood ("Million Dollar Baby," "Unforgiven") stars as a brilliant, flamboyant and erratic film director who becomes obsessed with hunting a majestic African elephant while preparing to film a movie in Africa. Gannett News Service gave this film four stars, calling it a "masterful work...a wonderfully entertaining, robust and fascinating film...Clint Eastwood's most daring and successful performance as an actor...superb entertainment." Loosely based on the writer's experiences with director John Huston while shooting the classic, "The African Queen," the movie also stars rising young actor Jeff Fahey ("Lawnmower Man," "Wyatt Earp") and Marisa Berenson ("Barry Lyndon"). Co-written by James Bridges ("Urban Cowboy," "The China Syndrome") and directed by Eastwood.
He plays brilliant, driven filmmaker John Wilson, who's determined to turn his new project in Africa into a grand personal adventure hunting a wild elephant.
He plays brilliant, driven filmmaker John Wilson (loosely based on the legendary John Huston), who's determined to turn his new project in Africa into a grand personal adventure hunting a wild elephant.
Bruce Willis and James Garner are out to make a movie and solve a murder in Blake Edward's "Sunset," the fictional adventures of two of America's greatest real-life heroes.Willis (The Fifth Element, Die Hard) stars as Tom Mix - Hollywood's hottest action-hero who's been cast to play the legendary lawman Wyatt Earp. Trouble is, Earp (Garner, Twilight, Maverick) has been hired to work as a technical expert on the film - and this doesn't sit too well with the big at-the-top-of-his-career movie star Mix. Even worse... Earp doesn't take too well to movie moguls and the fancy studio life. So, Old West and New Hollywood collide and inadvertently become a vivid backdrop for one of the most shocking murder mysteries ever to scorch the silver screen. Come back to a lost time when movies were movies, murders were mayhem and heroes were just plain outrageous, in "Sunset"... the action-packed adventure this side of Hollywood and Vine. It's the truth, every word of it... give or take a lie or two!
Old West and new Hollywood collide in murder when Tom Mix (Bruce Willis) and Wyatt Earp (James Garner) try to make a movie together.
Tom Mix is a hot actor who's been cast to play the legendary Wyatt Earp. Trouble is, Earp is the technical expert on the film and the two don't get along. They must put their differences aside, however, in order to make the movie and solve a murder!
A woman adventurer and her ruthless companion talk an ex-submarine officer into joining them in raising a sunken German submarine. Their plan succeeds only to have the U.S. Coast Guard race to the scene. Against this story is woven the love story of Sinatra and Virna Lisi, with the jealousy of Tony Franciosa.
Violinist Gil Shaham, cellist Yo-Yo Ma, pianist Emanuel Ax and Audra McDonald top the bill
From PBS and American Experience - This inspirational documentary is about a band of courageous civil-rights activists calling themselves the Freedom Riders.
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