Rod Taylor and Jim Brown fight to get refugees and a fortune in diamonds out of the Congo under the Dark Of The Sun (1968).
It becomes clear that Archbishop Lakota (Anthony Quinn), just extracted from a Siberian labor camp, and the Soviet premier (Laurence Olivier, his first scene) have a history, early in the Cold War-Vatican intrigue thriller The Shoes Of The Fisherman, 1968.
"Millions Flee from Cities! End of the World!" From a Manhattan skyscraper, Ralph Burton (Harry Belafonte) surveys the emptiness announced by that chilling newspaper headline. Nuclear doomsday has come. Ralph is sure he is the last person alive. Then a woman (Inger Stevens) appears and the two form a cautious friendship that's threatened when a third survivor (Mel Ferrer) arrives.
An idealistic American ambassador to a small Southeast Asian republic is confronted with hostility in his host nation.
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Set during the 1970’s in Chicago’s South Side, Stony Island is the story of a group of young, aspiring musicians trying to make it in the world of jazz.
Directed by Andrew Davis ("The Fugitive" (1993), "The Guardian" (2006)), STONY ISLAND, set during the 1970s in Chicago's South Side, is the story of a group of young, aspiring musicians trying to make it in the world of jazz. Richie, Kevin, and Harold team up with Percy Price, a local saxophone legend, who helps them book their first gig at a famous venue known for featuring the likes of B.B. King. Everything is working out perfectly until Percy unexpectedly drops dead, his life insurance expires, and his "next of kin" turns out to be a New Orleans piano man with a penchant for violence and a bone to pick. Scrambling to salvage its chance for success, the band comes up with a risky plan give to Percy the funeral he deserves while delivering the musical performance of a lifetime.
Filmed on the gritty streets of Chicago's south side, STONY ISLAND tells the story of Richie Bloom (Richie Davis), the only white kid on the block, as he forms an R&B band with his best friend, Kevin (Edward 'Stoney' Robinson). With the help of their mentor, aging sax legend Percy (Gene 'Daddy G' Barge), they pull together a funky supergroup, stealing practice time at night in the local funeral home. Despite few resources and heavy losses, this resilient group of dedicated musicians -- armed only with wit, sleight of hand and outrageous Chicago bravado -- must come together to finally make their smash debut.
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