03:33 — The story of Franklin Roosevelt's bout with polio at age 40 in 1921 and how his family coped with his illness.
03:15 — James Stewart portrays one of J. Edgar Hoover's finest and Vera Miles co-stars as his steadfast wife in this salute to the Federal Bureau of Investiga (more…)
Don Murray as young Norman Vincent Peale has all the luck, seeking souls for his new church in Syracuse, working on the mechanic (Eddie Ryder) when up (more…)
Theology grad arriving at his new church in Rhode Island, young Norman Vincent Peale (Don Murray) meets congregants (Hope Summers, Virginia Sale) then (more…)
Apocryphal event with some basis in fact, Norman Vincent Peale (Don Murray) was as a reporter in Detroit, ca. 1922, on the scene of a home explosion, (more…)
John Ritter (as Roger), Heather North (as Jennifer), Kurt Russell (as Steve), Joe Flynn (Mr. Wilbanks) and the fictional UBC TV network are introduced (more…)
Mail-room staffer Steve (Kurt Russell) ambushes network executive Wilbanks (Joe Flynn), and his chauffeur Mertons (Wally Cox), with a programming pitc (more…)
Steve (Kurt Russell) hastens to make sure his rival Roger (John Ritter) doesn't discover that Raffles the chimp is a TV programming genius in Disney's (more…)
Steve (Kurt Russell) discovers that Raffles the chimp, newly adopted by his girlfriend Jenn (Heather North), has strong preferences about TV in The Ba (more…)
Dig the vigor, as Franklin (Ralph Bellamy) and Eleanor (Greer Garson) manage their brood (Zina Bethune, Tim Considine et al) in writer-producer Dore S (more…)
The CIA turns a Russian spy (Ernest Borgnine) into a double agent. Now he is the Man on a String (1960).
Eleanor (Greer Garson) with doctor (Frank Ferguson) and family confidante Louis Howe (Hume Cronyn) before he rejoins the mysteriously stricken Frankli (more…)
Hollywood producer and Russian spy Boris Mitrov (Ernest Borgnine) consults with his handler (Alexander Scourby) in Man on a String (1960).
Hollywood producer and Russian spy Boris Mitrov (Ernest Borgnine) is called before an East German court in Man on a String (1960).
Hollywood Producer Boris Mitrov (Ernest Borgnine) tries to explain to his father (Vladimir Sokoloff) why he became a Russian spy in Man on a String (1 (more…)
Opening credits for director Andre De Toth's Man on a String (1960) starring Ernest Borgnine.