During World War II, an improbable team of soldiers makes a wild dash behind enemy lines. All-star cast in a funny war story!
Kelly (Clint Eastwood) drops in on Quartermaster Crapgame (Don Rickles) with a lucrative idea in an early scene from director Brian G. Hutton's Kelly's Heroes, 1970.
Blowhard General Colt (Carroll O'Connor) launches an introductory rant aimed at subordinates (including Robert McNamara as Roach) in Kelly's Heroes, 1970.
Kelly (Clint Eastwood) stays behind as the platoon pulls out to practice a little Dirty Harry interrogation on a woozy captive German officer bearing gold (David Hurst) in Kelly's Heroes, 1970.
Kelly (Clint Eastwood) hides in plain sight to kidnap a German officer, then the Mike Curb Congregation brings a hippie tune, in the opening sequence from Kelly's Heroes, 1970.
Sidney Poitier mans the suicide hotline in Sydney Pollack's first movie The Slender Thread (1965).
The Asian conqueror (Omar Sharif) and his mentor (Stephen Boyd) vie for the same woman in Genghis Khan (1965).
Kelly (Clint Eastwood) has just met delinquent tanker Oddball (Donald Sutherland) as the plot to swipe tons of German gold takes shape in Kelly's Heroes, 1970.
A quick introduction to thundering sergeant Big Joe (Telly Savalas) as Kelly (Clint Eastwood) brings in a captured-to-order German officer in Kelly's Heroes, 1970.
Crisis center volunteer Alan Newell (Sidney Poitier) takes a call from the unseen Mrs. Dyson (Anne Bancroft) in this early scene from The Slender Thread, 1965.
In flashback, Mrs. Inga Dyson (Anne Bancroft) recalls one of the incidents leading up to her suicide attempt in The Slender Thread, 1965.
A tough-talking New York City detective isn't afraid to bend the rules in the name of justice
They were goldbricks until they found out about the gold bricks ?a fortune in Nazi-confiscated bullion! Clint Eastwood reups with the director of his Where Eagles Dare for the action-filled and tongue-in-cheek tale of GIs who decide to get something extra out of the war. Eastwood's title character masterminds a scheme to slip behind enemy lines and steal the loot. Co-stars include a trio on the verge of big-time TV success: Carroll O'Connor, Telly Savalas and Gavin MacLeod. Plus, Don Rickles plays the expectedly outspoken Crapgame. And in the same year as his starmaking M*A*S*H, Donald Sutherland is Oddball, World War II's only hippie. Dig it!
Clint Eastwood, Carroll O'Connor and Donald Sutherland embark on the funniest mission of WWII as they plot to steal a fortune in Nazi gold from behind enemy lines.
They were goldbricks until they found out about the gold bricks - a fortune in Nazi! Action-filled and tongue-in-cheek tale of GIs who decide to get something extra out of the war.
A powerful and touching drama set in Chicago's vibrant Greek-American community, A Dream of Kings benefits from the regal talent of Anthony Quinn in a role he was born to play: Matsoukos, a proud, earthy optimist, very much like his unforgettable stage and screen Zorba. Determined to take his ailing son with him to Greece, Matsukos would move all creation to secure the travel money, even risk the hard-earned respect and love he's won as a community counselor. But that money will eventually come to Matsukos in an unexpected way. Under Daniel Mann's skilled direction, an impeccable cast - including Irene Papas as Matsukos' fiery wife, Sam Levene as his loyal friend and Inger Stevens as a lonely widow reawakened to life's potential - helps make Matsukos' world as real as your own neighborhood.
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A powerful and touching drama set in Chicago's vibrant Greek- American community, A Dream of Kings benefits from the regal talent of Anthony Quinn in a role he was born to play: Matsoukos, a proud, earthy optimist, very much like his unforgettable stage and screen Zorba. Determined to take his ailing son with him to Greece, Matsukos would move all creation to secure the travel money, even risk the hard-earned respect and love he's won as a community counselor.
Possibly the best horror film ever made, this brilliant adaptation of Ira Levin's best-selling novel is the story of a loving young New York City couple who are expecting their first child. Like most first-time mothers, Rosemary (Mia Farrow) experiences confusion and fear. Her husband (John Cassavetes), an ambitious but unsuccessful actor, makes a pact with the devil that promises to send his career skyward. Director Roman Polanski elicits uniformly extraordinary performance from the all-star cast. Ruth Gordon won an Oscar for her performance as an oversolicitous next-door neighbor in this classic chiller.
After being rejected for a promotion, a disgruntled inspector sees a current case as a way to boost his career.
Crocker is taken hostage while trying to transport a prisoner back to New York.
A photographer (Tige Andrews) becomes the prime suspect in a jewel theft and the phony kidnapping of a former actress (Antoinette Bower) whom he photographs.
A retired police officer is injured after attempting to prevent the theft of a race horse that he illegally housed in the NYPD stables.
Kojak and the detectives go undercover in a local hospital in order to investigate a string of murders that have been occurring while the victims were on duty.
Kojak offers to help a jealous police officer search for a professional hit man.
Kojak tries to protect Captain McNeil's widowed sister-in-law from big-time gamblers.
Kojak is suspended after reacting to an incompetent district attorney who failed to convict a known killer.
Kojak encounters a case in which a highly respected surgeon may be performing unnecessary procedures in order to use the money to pay off gambling debts.
While Kojak is contemplating leaving the police department to become a law firm's investigator, a series of recent drug-related deaths begins to overshadow his decision.
A detective (Joey Aresco) believes that his wife's divorce lawyer (David Ladd) hired an arsonist to destroy his boat.
Kojak poses as a murdered private investigator in order to find out why the man was killed.
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