The Girl (Laurie Bird), her motivations obscure, joins The Driver (James Taylor) and The Mechanic (Dennis Wilson) while they're stopped at an Arizona diner in Two-Lane Blacktop 1971.
A dimly-lit drag race featuring The Driver (James Taylor), The Mechanic (Dennis Wilson) and intervention by the cops serves as the opening for director Monte Hellman's Two-Lane Blacktop, 1971.
After The Mechanic (Dennis Wilson) preps the car, The Driver (James Taylor) gets into his drag-race zone in the final scene from director Monte Hellman's Two-Lane Blacktop, 1971.
Scientists race to find the cure for a deadly space virus in The Andromeda Strain (1971), the film version of the novel by Michael Crichton.
GTO (Warren Oates) picks up a hitcher headed for Amarillo (Bill Keller) and quickly doubles the amount of dialogue spoken in the opening 20-minutes of Two-Lane Blacktop, 1971.
GTO (Warren Oates) is singing along with Chuck Berry's Maybelline when he picks up a hitcher with sexual intentions (Harry Dean Stanton) in director Monte Hellman's Two-Lane Blacktop, 1971.
Part-Indian Max (Steve McQueen) getting schooled by retired gunman Jonas Cord (Brian Keith) about the futility of his plan to avenge the murder of his parents, in Henry Hathaway's Nevada Smith, 1966.
The Driver (James Taylor) collects The Girl (Laurie Bird), who was thinking about splitting, then offers her a driving lesson, leading to another philosophical discussion in Two-Lane Blacktop, 1971.
Intense cruelty from big actors (Martin Landau, Arthur Kennedy, Karl Malden) as bandits assaulting the parents of Max Sand (Steve McQueen) who arrives too late, in Nevada Smith (1966), directed by Henry Hathaway.
The Driver (James Taylor), The Mechanic (Dennis Wilson) and The Girl (Laurie Bird) have their first off-road encounter with GTO (Warren Oates) in director Monte Hellman's Two-Lane Blacktop, 1971.
3:10 To Yuma movie trailer - starring Glenn Ford, Van Heflin, Richard Jaeckel, Henry Jones, Leora Dana, Felicia Farr. Directed by Delmer Daves. Genre: Western
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Ride The Whirlwind movie trailer - starring Jack Nicholson, Cameron Mitchell, Millie Perkins, George Mitchell, Katherine Squire, Rupert Crosse. Directed by Monte Hellman. Genre: Drama
Directed with clinical precision by Academy Award® winner Robert Wise, this compelling account of the earth’s first biological crisis is perhaps the most chillingly realistic science fiction thriller ever made. After an errant satellite crashes to Earth near a remote New Mexico village, the recovery team discovers that almost everyone in the town are victims of a horrible death, with the mysterious exception of an infant and an old homeless man. The survivors are brought to a state-of-the-art laboratory descending five stories beneath the ground where the puzzled scientists race against time to determine the nature of the deadly microbe before it wreaks worldwide havoc. A trailblazer in the areas of special effects and inventive sets, The Andromeda Strain is based on Michael Crichton's best-selling novel that created national paranoia for its topical relevance to the first moon landing.
Ends 01/31/16. Four scientists work frantically to eradicate a deadly space virus after it decimates the population of a remote desert town in this gripping 1971 thriller based on the best-seller by Michael Crichton. Working around the clock in a top-secret underground lab, the brilliant group tries to get to the bottom of the mystery before it's too late.
Based on Michael Crichton's best-selling novel, this stunning sci-fi thriller follows a recovery team trying to stop a deadly microbe before it wreaks worldwide havoc.
Directed with clinical precision by Academy Award(R) winner Robert Wise, this compelling account of the earth's first biological crisis is perhaps the most chillingly realistic science fiction thriller ever made. After an errant satellite crashes to Earth near a remote New Mexico village, the recovery team discovers that almost everyone in the town are victims of a horrible death, with the mysterious exception of an infant and an old homeless man. The survivors are brought to a state-of-the-art laboratory descending five stories beneath the ground where the puzzled scientists race against time to determine the nature of the deadly microbe before it wreaks worldwide havoc. A trailblazer in the areas of special effects and inventive sets, THE ANDROMEDA STRAIN is based on Michael Crichton's best-selling novel that created national paranoia for its topical relevance to the first moon landing.
A bittersweet and idyllic story about a year in the life of a 14-year-old boy, born into a poor black family in Kansas during the 1920s, who learns about hate and love, immorality and honor. Based on the true life story of its director, the great Gordon Parks, Emmy-winning director of "Shaft," "Superfly" and TV's "Martin," who earlier gained prominence as a Life Magazine photojournalist and as founder of Essence Magazine. This "brilliantly photographed" (Leonard Maltin) tale was honored in 1989 as an American classic by the Library of Congress National Film Registry.
A black boy growing up in Kansas dreams of a better life in this film version of director Gordon Parks's autobiography.
Newt, a black teenager living in 1920s Kansas, meets the many racial prejudices blacks face with great composure. When he witnesses a murder, he must decide whether to come forward and risk inflaming tensions between blacks and whites in his town.
Nevada Smith is a rugged innocent boy born in the 1890s during California's gold rush days to a Native American mother and white father. When he finds his parents have been murdered by vicious killers, he sets out to track them down. While the film is a western, and has plenty of action, it is also a powerful and revealing study of the regeneration of a man, in this case a lone gunslinger who is so blinded by his compulsion that it obscures any other motive for living. Steve McQueen's dynamic presence as Nevada Smith is memorable.
Henry Hathaway's film is based on a character from Harold Robbins' The Carpetbaggers, who, in turn, based it on cowboy actor Ken Maynard. Set in the West of the 1890s, the film opens with the torture and murder of the parents of Max Sand (Steve McQueen) by a trio of gunslingers seemingly motivated by their hostility toward the mixed nature of the marriage, since the wife is a Native American. Swearing revenge, the young cowhand enlists the help of itinerant gunsmith Jonas Cord Brian Keith, who teaches him how to shoot while counseling against revenge. Nonetheless, Sand doggedly scours one town after the other before finally running up against one of the murderers, Jesse Coe (Martin Landau). He finally kills Coe in a vicious knife fight, but is severely wounded himself and has to be nursed back to health by Neesa (Janet Margolin), a young Kiowa woman. He next heads for Louisiana where another of the murderous trio, Bill Bowdre (Arthur Kennedy), is serving a prison sentence in a remote swamp. In order to get close to the man, Sand stages a robbery, and is soon among the prison inmates. This was the only film on which McQueen worked with Landau, the only other person admitted to the Actor's Studio out of thousands of applicants in 1957
Karen's secret life gets the best of her when she meets a guy she likes. Joss gets shocking news from Harry that could impact both of their lives. With Daniel out of town, April has her reasons to decline a dinner invitation with the wealthy parents of her daughter's best friend. Before Savi and Harry sign their divorce papers, she has an epiphany that challenges her future with Dom.
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An hour with George Mitchell, U.S. Special Envoy to the Middle East.
George Mitchell, U.S. Special Envoy to the Middle East
Health Care Update with David M. Herszenhorn of "The New York Times" ; Richard Holbrooke, Special Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan under the Obama administration.
Health Care Update with David M. Herszenhorn of "The New York Times" || Richard Holbrooke, Special Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan under the Obama administration
Alex Perry Of Time Reporting From Karbala, Iraq, On The Ongoing Ground Combat In The City. Then, Cbs News Correspondent David Martin From The Pentagon On The Battle For Baghdad. Also, Jim Hoagland Of The Washington Post On General Franks' War Plan. Finally, A Dialogue With Former Senator George Mitchell About His Perceptions Of The Conflict In Iraq.
Bunny returns to her hometown, Howardville, in order to save her family and friends.
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Appalachian beauty Jess-Belle can't bear to lose the object of her passion to the local rich girl, so she turns to the local witch for aid. The results bring unexpected and tragic consequences.
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The morning after turns out to be murder for an alcoholic who can’t remember the night before and finds his life in danger.
In 1880, as outlaw Joe is about to be hanged, he's teleported to the future by a scientist, who gets a rude surprise when he tries to send Joe back.
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Joe and Hoss arrive in the town of Keowa Flats, Texas in the middle of a feud between two families. To their misfortune, they look like a pair of gun-slinging brothers, the Slades, who have been hired by one family to kill the head of the other.
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A young woman driving cross country becomes frantic when she keeps passing the same man on the side of the road. No matter how fast she drives the man is always up ahead, hitching her for a ride.
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