A veteran lawman must decide if he wants to face four deadly gunslingers alone when the citizens of his town desert him. Classic western highlighted by Cooper's Oscar winning performance! Colorized version available.
Garden Of Evil movie trailer - starring Malcolm McDowell, Richard Grieco, Angie Everhart, Olivia Hussey, Justin Carroll, Kelly Nelson. Directed by James D.R. Hickox. Genre: Horror
An American mercenary in Shanghai becomes involved with a devious Mata Hari while aiding Chinese peasants in their struggle against a warlord.
It movie trailer - starring Antonio Moreno, Clara Bow, William Austin, Priscilla Bonner, Jacqueline Gadsdon, Jacqueline Gadsden. Directed by Clarence Badger. Genre: Drama
Rating: Not Rated
Gary Cooper, Fredric March, and Miriam Hopkins play a trio of Americans in Paris who enter into a very adult “gentleman’s agreement” in this continental pre-Code comedy, freely adapted by Ben Hecht from a play by Noel Coward and directed by Ernst Lubitsch. A risque relationship story and a witty take on creative pursuits, the film concerns a commercial artist (Hopkins) unable—or unwilling—to choose between the equally dashing painter (Cooper) and playwright (March) she meets on a train en route to the City of Light. Design for Living is Lubitsch at his sexiest, an entertainment at once debonair and racy, featuring three stars at the height of their allure.
The outbreak of the Civil War causes dissension within a family of peaceloving Quakers in rural Indiana. Nominated for Best Picture Oscar!
With spacious skies, amber fields and alabaster cities gleaming, with E Pluribus Unum and red, white and bally-hoo, It's a Big Country celebrates the USA with a star-studded array of eight slice-of-life vignettes. Among highlights: a train passenger (William Powell) sets another traveler (James Whitmore) straight about how America defies simple description; an elderly widow (Ethel Barrymore) seeks to be counted in the census; a documentary montage lauds African-Americans; a saddled-up lone star (Gary Cooper) drolly extols the Lone Star State; and Icarus Xenophon (Gene Kelly) finds love (with Janet Leigh) and wrath from her Greek-loathing father (S. Z. Sakall). The stars shine brightly over this big, grand, heart-tugging country.
True story of the young Tennessee-born man who became one of World War I's most decorated heroes. Cooper's first Oscar winning performance!
Fast-talking agent JACK's (Eddie Murphy) insincere patter is his chief weapon, but it irritates his assistant AARON (Clark Duke), threatens his marriage to CAROLINE (Kerry Washington) and gets him into trouble repping guru/author DR. SINJA (Cliff Curtis). Jack suffers karmic repercussions from Sinja's magical Bodhi tree, which sheds one leaf for each word Jack speaks. After one thousand words, Jack will die.
Buffalo Bill, Wild Bill Hickock and Calamity Jane team up to stop a white man from selling guns to Indians.
Written by a discharged journalist as a publicity stunt, and as a parting shot at the paper’s new editor, the premise of the letter unexpectedly fires the imagination of the Bulletin’s readers and the wider American public. Its real author, Ann Mitchell (Barbara Stanwyck) who has fabricated the letter in her final column, is rehired, and now needs to find someone to play the part of the fictional “John Doe.” Gary Cooper is perfectly cast as Long John Willoughby, an injured and penniless former baseball pitcher lured into impersonating “John Doe” with the promise of medical treatment. In what would have undoubtedly been an Oscar winning performance, were it not for his own success that same year in Howard Hawk’s “Sergeant York,” Cooper excels himself here as Willoughby’s initial indifference to his undertaking turns to genuine concern at his role. But, as he becomes an increasingly culpable pawn in an ever more treacherous game, just how can “John Doe” redeem himself? The film explores a recurring notion in Capra’s work that of the universal everyman exploited by a corrupt and powerful establishment, the film’s reflections on corporate control of both the media, and of ordinary people’s lives is still a resonant social commentary as ever.
This documentary explores the efforts of religious groups and fringe psychologists to "cure" gay people of their homosexuality.
Four college-aged Christians hit the road on a hilarious, thought-provoking journey and question everything in order to live for something.
Imagine: beauty makeovers for butch lesbians; tackle football for gay men: electroshock orgasmic reorientation... these and other funny, bizarre, and often terrifying methods have been used for decades to "cure" gays and lesbian
Michael Dudikoff (American Ninja) stars as Jersey, a bounty hunter who forms an uneasy partnership with a rival in order to capture a fugitive. But the hunters soon discover that the crook is also wanted by the mob. Ready to battle anyone in their way, these hard-hitting Bounty Hunters won't quit until they've brought in their man. . . and brought down the bad guys.
The further misadventures of bumbling Los Angeles police Lieutenant Frank Drebin (Leslie Nielsen) are chronicled in this third installment in the popular Naked Gun comedy series. This by-the-numbers entry begins with Drebin as a happily retired house-husband called back into action when an evil terrorist organization threatens Los Angeles.
Frank Drebin comes out of retirement to help Police Squad infiltrate a gang of terrorists planning to detonate a bomb at the Academy Awards.
The further misadventures of bumbling Los Angeles police Lieutenant Frank Drebin are chronicled in this third installment in the popular Naked Gun comedy series.
A man must dive into a wrecked ship in order to prove the innocence of its captain.
In the anti-papist aftermath of the fire of London, Charles takes a great risk by inviting his beloved sister Minette to come from Catholic France to negotiate secret treaties on behalf of Louis XIV. French gold will give Charles the freedom to stand up to his rebellious Parliament, led by Protestant Shaftesbury who even enlists Charles's oldest friend, the Duke of Buckingham.
Villainous opportunist Titus Oates capitalizes on the mood of the times to propagate a rabid purge of Catholics that spirals out of control. His vicious lies cast doubt on the loyalty of Queen Catherine herself. The Protestant bid to exclude the Duke of York from the throne gathers momentum and Charles is forced to take desperate measures.
King Charles II was one of Britain's most charismatic monarchs. His 25-year reign was nothing if not cataclysmic: London was decimated by the Plague and the Great Fire, while England's resources were constantly depleted by wars with Holland and France. Despite all this, he nurtured the wittiest, most decadent Royal Court of all time, while entertaining an array of magnificent mistresses from sex-addict Barbara Villiers to the French spy Louise de Keroualle.
Charles Stuart is restored to the throne after years spent in exile from Republican England. Abandoned by his oldest friend, the Duke of Buckingham, Charles has reached his lowest ebb when the sudden death of Oliver Cromwell galvanizes the Royalist cause. Only one man can unite the nation and prevent a return to Civil War.
A fiery comet in the sky is rumored to threaten doom on Charles's reign. Beset by plague and war, and embroiled in bitter wrangles with Parliament as he battles to keep his Catholic brother James in line to the throne, Charles is forced to sacrifice trusty minister Sir Edward Hyde. As the Queen fails to produce a legitimate hier, Charles comes under pressure to divorce and remarry.
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