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Hotel movie trailer - starring Melvyn Douglas, Karl Malden, Rod Taylor, Merle Oberon, Catherine Spaak. Genre: Drama
Elvis plays a wealthy race-car driver who falls for a beautiful IRS agent assigned to audit him.
After staging real-world encounters with Ernest Borgnine, Jack Klugman, Donald Sutherland and Warren Oates (as Klinger, Kifka, Negli and Gough) planner Gladys (Julie Harris) explains why heist-man McClain (Jim Brown) has brought them together, in The Split, 1968, also starring Gene Hackman.
Ruffian Duke (Paul Bertoya) wants to make inroads with chaste Tina (Laurie Mock) until her father Tom (Dana Andrews) cuts in, leading Dailey (George Ives) to blow his stack, in Hot Rods To Hell, 1967.
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Elvis "The King" Presley takes the wheel as a stock car racer with generous impulses and a wayward manager who finds himself owing the IRS $145,000 in back taxes. Co-starring Bill Bixby ("The Incredible Hulk") and pop star Nancy "These Boots Are Made for Walking" Sinatra. Featuring great Elvis songs.
In this melodrama, a brash young racecar driver zooms his way to the winner's circle in his last chance to beat his longtime rival. Bill Whipple has an argument with his foster father, Jim MacDonald, also a racer, before the Indianapolis 500 race, and deserts him to drive another car. At the same time as MacDonald is barred from the race because of a weak heart, Whipple is ditched by the owner of the other car. He returns to race with MacDonald, and toward the end Whipple lets him take the wheel for the winning finish.
The L.A. Coliseum is the target of a crew of daring thieves led by the implacable McClain in this neo-noir adaptation of Richard Stark's "The Seventh." Jim Brown (as McClain) heads the all-star cast that includes Gene Hackman, Ernest Borgnine, Donald Sutherland, Julie Harris, Diahann Carroll, Jack Klugman, James Whitmore and Warren Oates (whew!) as the criminals and cops that inhabit the world of "The Split." While McClain's meticulously planned heist goes as planned, the crew starts to fall out after a psycho landlord and a crooked cop decide to stake a claim to the loot. Strikingly shot by Burnett Guffey (Bonnie and Clyde), "The Split" ups the ante with its iconic locations, splendid sixties fashions and full-on funky score by Quincy Jones with contributions from Sheb Wooley, Arthur Prysock and Billy Preston. As a footnote for the faint of heart, it is worth noting that "The Split" was the first movie to earn an "R" rating!
Elvis "The King" Presley takes the wheel as a stock car racer with generous impulses and a wayward manager who finds himself owing the IRS in back taxes.
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